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Patrisse Cullors breaks silence on BLM controversy: 'It's harmful and scary' - TheGrio

Patrisse Cullors is speaking about the rumors that she is purchasing luxurious homes with Black Lives Matter funds.

TikTok Star Justine Paradise Is Accusing Jake Paul Of Sexual Assualt

TikTok star Justine Paradise alleges that things with Jake Paul escalated and that the Youtube and boxing star sexually assaulted her.

2022 Masters odds: Tiger Woods on the board, Dustin Johnson among favorites

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Tiger Woods was unable to compete in the 2021 Masters Tournament after a car accident left him sidelined, but one sportsbook has posted odds on his chances in 2022.

Website Identifies Vaccine Barriers for Asian-Language Speakers

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Asian Health Services in Oakland, Calif., unveiled a new website to document incidents of inaccessibility on vaccine websites. The site allows people to make reports in 10 languages other than English.

What we know as clot fears hamper rollout of J&J, AstraZeneca vaccines

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In this Thursday, April 8, 2021 file photo, the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine sits on a table at a pop up vaccinations site the Albanian Islamic Cultural Center, in the Staten Island borough of New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
PARIS (AFP) — The AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have come under suspicion of causing very rare but serious blood clots in a handful of cases among the millions vaccinated in the drive to bring the pandemic under control.
Here is what we know about the two vaccines, which are based on the same technology.
What happened?
The European Medicines Agency last week said unusual blood clots should be listed as a very rare side effect of the AstraZeneca vaccine, although stressing that overall benefits in preventing Covid-19 outweighed the risks.

'Prime suspect' arrested in California student's 1996 disappearance

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The “prime suspect” was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of murder in the 25-year-old disappearance of California college student Kristin Smart.
Paul Flores, 44, who was the last person seen with Smart on the California Polytechnic State University campus in San Luis Obispo before she vanished in 1996, was taken into custody in the Los Angeles area. His father, Ruben Flores, 80, was arrested as an accessory at his Arroyo Grande home, where sheriff’s investigators conducted their latest search for evidence.
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff Ian Parkinson said search warrants were sealed and so he could not disclose what evidence led to the arrests, but he said Smart’s remains were not found.

Father And Son Arrested In The 1996 Disappearance Of Kristin Smart

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Kristin Smart. 
Paul Flores, who was long suspected of being involved in her disappearance, was taken into custody along with his father, 
Ruben Flores.
Smart was last seen walking home from a party near her dorm at California Polytechnic State University on May 25, 1996. While her body was never found, officials declared Smart dead in 2002.
Paul Flores was the last person to see her alive and was questioned after she went missing. He has denied any involvement in her disappearance.
According to the 
Los Angeles Times, investigators have been focusing on how Flores would have disposed of Smart's body. They knew he couldn't have done it alone and, during the past year, have been trying to determine how he would have moved her body. They examined several vehicles owned by Flores and his father in 1996, including two trucks and a VW Golf Cabriolet, looking for any evidence they were used to transport Smart before or after she died.

Kacey Musgraves Sparks Dating Rumors With New Instagram Post

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Musgraves shared a cozy shot with a Nashville-based doctor by the name of Gerard Onuhoa.

Newsom: J&J vaccine pause won't affect California reopening -

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s pause on using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine as federal agencies examine a possible and rare side effect is unlikely to affect vaccination efforts in the nation’s most populous state as it moves to start inoculating people 16 and older this week.
State officials directed counties and other providers on Tuesday to halt use of the vaccine per federal recommendation. But Gov. Gavin Newsom said he does not expect the halt to “materially impact our ability to fulfill our expectations.” Vaccinations are expected to be available for people 16 and older Thursday and California plans to lift most pandemic restrictions in mid-June.

'It warmed my heart': How a tiny California town rallied to save its Chinese restaurant

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'It warmed my heart': How a tiny California town rallied to save its Chinese restaurant
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Jenny Wu is trying to give me a lot of stuff for free. She's the owner of The Red Pearl, a beloved Chinese restaurant in downtown Boulder Creek, the gateway to what's left of Big Basin Redwoods State Park. Wu lost her house in the 2020 CZU Lightning Complex fires and temporarily shuttered her restaurant due to the fires and pandemic, and recently her business was robbed. But here she is, shoving extra egg rolls in with my order, and dashing across the restaurant to the refrigerator, insisting I take a soda, or how about two? No charge.It's not just me she does this for. Wu simply loves to feed people, to give more than she gets. She's been running her restaurant like this, treating everyone who comes in like family, for the last 16 years. And her unconditional love for Boulder Creek has, in these difficult times, proven mutual. In Wu's time of need, the 5,000-person mountain town has come to her rescue, and it’s a story that’ll warm the iciest of hearts. The story begins with Wu's journey to Boulder Creek, but finding out about her history is a bit of a challenge. She’s modest, intensely private and prefers not to speak about her own life. But over the course of a few visits to Boulder Creek and conversations on Facebook, she opened up.Wu was raised in China's Sichuan province, she tells me, where much of her large family still lives. One uncle lives in Los Angeles, though, and after Wu finished college at Yibin University, she traveled to California with a dream of opening a restaurant here. To learn the business she worked in Chinese restaurants in LA and Santa Cruz, and eventually she and a friend, a chef named Ren He, became business partners. Related video below: Cincinnati Asian restaurant receives $2,200 donation after disturbing calls and harassmentWhen He and Wu learned that the town of Boulder Creek had no Chinese restaurant in 2006, they opened The Red Pearl in a space downtown on Central Avenue. Although many residents were thrilled to have a Chinese place in the town, a strange thing began to happen: negative posts about the restaurant started popping up on a local news forum and phony orders started coming in.A resident named Chuck Winser did some sleuthing, and eventually connected the posts with a competing Chinese restaurant in Felton, a few towns over. The owner was organizing a campaign to hold on to its customers in Boulder Creek, says Winser, and "once the owner got identified and called out, the harassment ended."Wu was grateful and awarded Winser a generous gift certificate. To express her gratitude to the town, she also started including extra items in customers' orders at no charge. They appreciated the gesture, and they also liked not having to drive 15 minutes to Felton for Chinese meals. Whenever customers showed up at The Red Pearl, Wu always greeted them personally with her sweet smile. Longtime resident and local tree feller Bruce Baker enjoyed picking up his food at The Red Pearl, he says, because Wu always remembered his name and seemed to be giving him special treatment. Then he realized, "she treats everybody special. She remembers everybody's name," he says. "I noticed that many folks were coming in just to say hi to Jenny."Baker also noticed that if someone wanted to eat but didn’t have money, Wu fed them anyway. When regular customers got sick, Wu brought them free food and vitamins. On holidays, anyone who showed up for a meal got it for free.Flash forward to early 2020. Wu was visiting family in Sichuan province when word of the pandemic first surfaced. She was forced to quarantine for two weeks in China, and nearly got stuck there, she says, because China Southern Airlines canceled her flight home. The restaurant had to close, and Wu was so worried she could barely sleep. She called the airline each day and waited for hours on hold while trying to rebook herself, and finally made it back to California.The restaurant was unable to open for several weeks, Wu says. Then in August, fire tore through the Santa Cruz Mountains, devastating the area and burning Wu’s house to the ground. She lost all of her belongings, including family photos, jewelry and jade from her parents and other artifacts she brought from China. She lost a recipe book from her grandmother, and an erhu, a two-stringed ancient instrument that she played.The restaurant closed again for a month and a half while Wu regrouped. She had to deal with insurance and find new lodgings, but she didn’t have to do it alone. When members of the community learned what had happened, they sprang into action to help Wu."Jenny has lost her home in the Santa Cruz mountains due to the fire," customer Meggan Stringent wrote for a GoFundMe campaign. "Now is our chance to show her our appreciation and help her rebuild … We love you, Jenny."That campaign raised $16,470. A second one brought in $2,235. Customers who preferred to make a donation in person showed up to the restaurant and handed Wu hundreds of dollars in cash. Charlie Brown, the owner of a local moving and hauling company, helped Wu find a new house and filled it with complimentary furniture. Another customer, Valerie White, helped take care of Wu's dog Ginger and her cats Mao and Mi."It warmed my heart," Wu says of the efforts.When she was ready, Wu held a pre-opening of The Red Pearl, which essentially involved feeding everyone for a week, for free. Soon after things started to return to normal, though, a change purse with an estimated $1,000 disappeared. And again, the community rallied."Not only has Jenny continued to keep us fed with her delicious food after she lost her home and everything in the CZU fire this past summer, she was just robbed of $1,000 in cash," customer Mark Maslowski wrote in a new GoFundMe campaign. "I'm calling on all of those in to pitch in and donate a little something to help."The campaign raised $6,890, and the "love story" about Wu and Boulder Creek got picked up by NBC Bay Area.In the months since, business has boomed at The Red Pearl, with customers going out of their way to patronize it as often as possible. They certainly enjoy the Singapore rice noodles, the apricot almond chicken and the vegan egg rolls (which recently won an award from a local newspaper), but the truth is they come for Wu, and they stay for her."Jenny exudes kindness, compassion and goes out of her way to make others happy," says customer Dawn Smith. "Her food is amazing, and Boulder Creek would just not be the same without Jenny Wu and the Red Pearl."

Newsom: J&J vaccine pause won't affect California reopening

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Newsom: J&J vaccine pause won't affect California reopening
KATHLEEN RONAYNE and AMY TAXIN, Associated Press
April 13, 2021
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1of21FILE - In this April 1, 2021, file photo, Dr. Mark Ghaly, Secretary, California Health and Human Services, left, inoculates California Gov. Gavin Newsom, right, with the one-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza in Los Angeles. Several counties in California say they will pause use of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine while federal agencies examine a possible and rare side effect that can cause blood clots.Damian Dovarganes/APShow MoreShow Less
2of21FILE - In this April 1, 2021, file photo, people walk in to get their COVID-19 vaccine at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza past a sign that says "Johnson & Johnson vaccine only" in Los Angeles. Several counties in California say they will pause use of the one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine while federal agencies examine a possible and rare side effect that can cause blood clots. .Damian Dovarganes/APShow MoreShow Less

Signed as Law: New Mexico Bill Legalizes Marijuana Despite Federal Prohibition

Under the law, adults 21 and over can possess up to 2 ounces of marijuana, 16 grams of cannabis concentrates, and 800 milligrams of infused edibles. The law also allows home cultivation of up to six plants per person for personal use with a limit of 12 plants per household.

'The Hills' Season 2 Trailer: Kristin Returns, Brody and Audrina Kiss?!

So close we can almost taste it! MTV dropped the first trailer for season 2 of The Hills: New Beginnings on Tuesday, April 13, and inhibitions have absolutely been released. Us Weekly confirmed in March 2020 that Kristin Cavallari, who was an original cast member on The Hills, would return to the reboot for a cameo. Though a source told Us at the time that the Very Cavallari alum, 34, would appear in “just one episode,” fans were still thrilled to see her in the trailer — if only for a moment. “Kristin Cavallari coming back to The Hills is the antidepressant I needed today,” one fan wrote via Twitter after the preview was released. Earlier this month, the Uncommon James designer told Us exclusively that her return to the show wasn’t dramatic. “No drama, at least not about me,” she said on April 1. “I filmed one episode. So what could you really do? But it was so much fun. I had such a great time. It was like no time had passed and I’m really happy that I was able to do it.” Perhaps most shockingly, Audrina, 35, let it slip in the trailer that she’d kissed longtime friend Brody Jenner. Though little information was offered regarding the smooch, it appears that 37-year-old Brody’s relationships will feature heavily in the new season. “I’ve hurt a lot of people I love,” the self-proclaimed “Prince of Malibu,” says at the beginning of the trailer. “And that’s not the Brody I want to be.” The Los Angeles native then goes on to discuss his breakup with ex Kaitlynn Carter and cuddle an unknown woman in a bathtub. Stars including Whitney Port, Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt, Brandon Thomas Lee, Justin Bobby Brescia, Frankie Delgado and Jason Wahler also appeared in the clip. “After a year of lockdowns and lost time, the cast of Hollywood’s most iconic friend group is reuniting. This season finds them at a crossroads and their lives tested like never before,” MTV wrote in a statement. “While some struggle with the financial strains from the global pandemic and rebuilding businesses, others are navigating through rocky relationships, struggling with addiction as well as their mental and physical health. From a highly-publicized divorce and rekindling former flames to starting new families and surprise pregnancies, all bets are off this season.” The Hills: New Beginnings premieres on MTV May 12 at 9 p.m. ET. Scroll through to discover what we learned during The Hills: New Beginnings’ season 2 trailer:

Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Baby Boy Dakota | 96.1 The River

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The couple welcomed their son, named in honor of Culkin's late sister, into the world last week.

Asia Broadband Plans Legal Action Against Misleading Internet Posts

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LAS VEGAS, April 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via InvestorWire – Asia Broadband Inc. (OTC:AABB) ("AABB" or the "Company") announced today that the Company ...

'Prime suspect' arrested in 25-year-old Southern California cold case

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‘Prime suspect’ arrested in 25-year-old Southern California cold case
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FILE - This undated photo released by the FBI shows Kristin Smart, the California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo student who disappeared in 1996. The San Luis Obispo County sheriff plans a major announcement Tuesday, April 13, 2021, in the nearly 25-year mystery of the disappearance of Smart. (FBI via AP, File)AP
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LOS ANGELES — The “prime suspect” was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of murder in the 25-year-old disappearance of California college student Kristin Smart.
Paul Flores, 44, who was the last person seen with Smart on the California Polytechnic State University campus in San Luis Obispo before she vanished in 1996, was taken into custody in the Los Angeles area. His father, Ruben Flores, 80, was arrested as an accessory at his Arroyo Grande home, where sheriff’s investigators conducted their latest search for evidence.

Car Rental Los Angeles - CarRentalLosAngeles.net Now Offers Several New Operators

LOS ANGELES, April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Online LA car rental comparison company CarRentalLosAngeles.net will now offer several additional regional operators for travellers to book their

Selena Gomez to host vaccine concert featuring performances by Jennifer Lopez and others

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Selena Gomez to host vaccine concert featuring performances by Jennifer Lopez and others
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American singer Selena Gomez has been roped in to host Global Citizen’s Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World as part of efforts to persuade people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
The concert will be headlined by Jennifer Lopez, Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, J Balvin, and H.E.R. The musical event will be pre-taped at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and then, it will air and stream May 8 across multiple TV networks and platforms, including ABC, CBS, Fox, YouTube, and iHeartMedia radio stations.

College notebook: NCAA on verge of major changes in transfer rules

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College notebook: NCAA on verge of major changes in transfer rules
The Division I Council is expected to vote on a proposal to grant all college athletes the ability to transfer one time as undergraduates without sitting out for a season.
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Whether it is the start of free agency in college sports or simply the fair thing to finally do for the athletes, the NCAA is about to make a monumental change to its transfer rules.
The Division I Council meets Wednesday and Thursday, and the agenda includes voting on a proposal that would grant all college athletes the ability to transfer one time as undergraduates without having to then sit out a season of competition.

Royal Blood releases new song, "Boilermaker," produced by Josh Homme

Credit: Dean MartindaleRoyal Blood's collaboration with Josh Homme is here. The U.K. rockers have released a new song called "Boilermaker," a track of...

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