MANILA -- It seems that Juliana Gomez and Andres Muhlach went to prom together, as seen in their recent posts online. On Instagram Stories, the two were seen together at a formal gathering. Makeup artist Lala Flores also posted videos of two getting ready for the event, showing Gomez helping Muhlach with his boutonniere. Here's a look: Both Gomez and Muhlach are part of celebrity families. Gomez is the only daughter of Richard Gomez and Lucy Torres, while Muhlach is one of the two children of Aga Muhlach and Charlene Gonzalez. Last year, Gomez attended prom with former "Pinoy Big Brother" housemate Marco Gallo. … [Read more...] about Did Juliana Gomez, Andres Muhlach just attend prom together?
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NORWOOD, MA - MAY 22: Boston International High School student Yorsalem Brhane, 18, takes a walk in her green dress while getting ready for prom at Giving the Glam in Norwood, Massachusetts on May 22, 2019. (Staff Photo By Christopher Evans/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) NORWOOD, MA - MAY 22: Boston International High School student Quyen Bui, 17, hugs Giving the Glam founder Maristela Rapo while getting ready for prom at Giving the Glam in Norwood, Massachusetts on May 22, 2019. (Staff Photo By Christopher Evans/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) NORWOOD, MA - MAY 22: Giving the Glam founder Maristela Rapo, left, and Boston International High School student Yorsalem Brhane, 18, pose for a photo while getting ready for prom at Giving the Glam in Norwood, Massachusetts on May 22, 2019. (Staff Photo By Christopher Evans/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald) NORWOOD, MA - MAY 22: Boston International High School student Yorsalem Brhane, 18, has her makeup done for prom at Giving the Glam … [Read more...] about Students will go to prom in style
APRIL 8, 2019 “I wanted to understand why I kept shooting myself in the foot. I wish it was in the foot, actually.” Talk April 7, 2019 A-Rod on Doping, Getting Therapy and No Longer Being the Villain By David Marchese Photograph by Mamadi Doumbouya Alex Rodriguez has, in retirement, fashioned a comeback that far exceeds any reversals he engineered on a baseball field. It wasn’t all that long ago that the former Yankee was one of professional sports’ biggest bad guys, and not without reason. He was suspended for the 2014 season for violating the league’s antidoping rules. Even aside from that, he was widely considered to be vain and disingenuous, especially in his hometown. (The New York Post honored him with “A-Hole” and “A-Rat” cover lines, following allegations that he used performance-enhancing drugs.) But three years after his last game, Rodriguez, newly engaged to Jennifer Lopez, is a respected baseball … [Read more...] about A-Rod on Doping, Getting Therapy and No Longer Being the Villain
opinion Cameron Sublett and David Griffith Published 11:00 PM EDT Apr 3, 2019 Michigan’s job market is hot right now. But unless something changes, many Detroit-area high school students won’t be ready for it when they graduate – especially if they don’t go on to earn a bachelor’s degree – which many of them unfortunately won’t. For as long as anyone can remember, American high schools have mostly failed to provide their students with genuinely marketable skills. But it doesn’t have to be that way. And in recent years, a growing number of “career and technical education” (CTE) programs have sought to bridge the gap between what students learn and what local labor markets demand, typically through a combination of specialized courses and hands-on apprenticeships. In a new study, we took a closer look at that gap by examining the relationship between the kinds of CTE courses high school students take and … [Read more...] about Opinion: Detroit high schoolers not ready for job market
Michael H. Hodges The Detroit News Published 5:06 PM EST Jan 18, 2019 It's below freezing and there's snow in the forecast. What better way to celebrate the last-ever January NAIAS Charity Preview, before the auto show makes the big move move to July in 2020? Anyhow, with temps forecast to be 28 at 6 p.m. when the big party kicks off tonight, things are almost balmy compared to many years. "Isn’t that wonderful?" said NAIAS Chairman Bill Golling. "But," he added, "we’re Michiganders. We’re a tough people. We know how to move around in snow and cold. Anyhow," he added, "everything down here in Cobo is nice and warm and beautiful." Of course, the black-tie bash with the famously mediocre champagne is all about raising big money for eight kids' charities around Metro Detroit. And this year, if Golling's estimates are right, the preview should generate more than $4 million. The final figure will be announced just before 6 p.m. … [Read more...] about Charity Preview getting ready to roll