Filmmaker Jeff Lipsky at his home in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 5, 2019. (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Erik_VerduzcoFilmmaker Jeff Lipsky at his home in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 5, 2019. (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Erik_VerduzcoRebecca Schull, left, and AJ Cedeno star in "The Last." (Plainview Pictures)Rebecca Schull stars in "The Last." (Plainview Pictures)Rebecca Schull stars in "The Last." (Plainview Pictures)Rebecca Schull stars in "The Last." (Plainview Pictures)xyxx yxyx xyyxRebecca Schull, left, and Jill Durso star in "The Last." (Plainview Pictures)Filmmaker Jeff Lipsky at his home in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 5, 2019. (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Erik_VerduzcoFilmmaker Jeff Lipsky at his home in Las Vegas, Wednesday, June 5, 2019. (Erik Verduzco / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Erik_VerduzcoVegas Voices is a weekly series highlighting notable Las Vegans. Jeff Lipsky’s resume reads like a catalog of movies you always meant to … [Read more...] about Las Vegan has worked with some of the biggest names in cinema
Biggest l i took this year
In a July 4, 1967, file photo Kay Tobin Lahusen, right, and other demonstrators carry signs calling for protection of homosexuals from discrimination as they march in a picket line in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. In 2019, same-sex marriage is the law of the land in the U.S. and at least 25 other countries. LGBT Americans serve as governors, big-city mayors and members of Congress, and one -- Pete Buttigieg -- is waging a spirited campaign for president. (AP Photo/John F. Urwille)FILE - In this Aug. 31, 1970 file photo, an NYPD officer grabs a youth by the hair as another officer clubs a young man during a confrontation in Greenwich Village after a Gay Power march in New York. A year earlier, the June 1969 uprising by young gays, lesbians and transgender people in New York City, clashing with police near a bar called the Stonewall Inn, was a vital catalyst in expanding LGBT activism nationwide and abroad. (AP Photo/File)FILE - In this April 1977 file photo, San Francisco … [Read more...] about 50 years after Stonewall, LGBT rights a work in progress
Hilary Brueck, provided by Published 10:04 am CDT, Thursday, March 14, 2019 Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images A startling new report from the American Psychological Association suggests that depression rates have spiked more than 50% since 2007 in teens and young adults. Young people from 12-25 are also reporting more suicidal thoughts, plans, and suicide attempts. Last week, 23 year-old Olympic bicyclist and Stanford graduate student Kelly Catlin died by suicide, after sustaining a concussion during winter training. This wasn't the first death by suicide at that school in 2019. Psychologists are worried that kids are getting less sleep and spending more time on their phones. Last week, 23-year-old Olympic bicyclist Kelly Catlin died by suicide Friday at Stanford University. She is not the first student the university has lost that way this year, but doctors, psychologists, and coaches across the US are worried about the mental health of the nation's young people … [Read more...] about The suicide death of a 23-year-old Olympic cyclist highlights a disturbing trend. Her former coach says we could be doing more.
From Joe Namath’s legendary upset and Jack Squirek’s pick-six to David Tyree’s unfathomable helmet catch and Malcolm Butler’s game-saving interception, few things are better remembered over time than legendary Super Bowl moments. INSIDER reviewed every big game from the event’s inception back in 1967 to figure out the biggest moment from each year. Check out the most iconic Super Bowl moment from the year you were born below and read all of our coverage of Super Bowl LIII here. 1967: Super Bowl I — The NFL reigns supreme The first Super Bowl marked the legendary first meeting between NFL and AFL teams and opened the doors to the 1970 NFL-AFL merger that created the NFL as we know it today. The NFL’s Green Bay Packers took down the AFL’s Kansas City Chiefs 35-10, and quarterback Bart Starr became the first Super Bowl MVP, completing 16 of 23 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns. 1968: Super Bowl II — Vince … [Read more...] about Check out the most iconic Super Bowl moment from the year you were born
President Donald Trump addressed the nation from the Oval Office on Tuesday night to discuss border security. Betting website Bookmaker.eu had people place wagers on how many times Trump would lie during the speech, using The Washington Post's Fact Checker as the judge. By the end of the speech, The Post's fact checkers had corrected six of Trump's statements. Because the gambling site had so many people betting that Trump would tell more than 3.5 lies, it will have to pay out $276,424, odds consultant John Lester told Buzzfeed News. People who correctly bet that President Donald Trump would tell more than 3.5 lies during his Oval Office address on Tuesday night will win part of a jackpot totaling $276,424, Buzzfeed News reports.Betting website Bookmaker.eu offered users the chance to gamble on how many lies Trump would tell during his speech. The site used The Washington Post's fact-checking live blog as the judge on the president's truthfulness.According to The … [Read more...] about People who bet on how many lies Trump would tell during Oval Office address won more than $270,000