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CNN —As a journalist and professor who teaches media ethics, I have long been against the kind of undercover secret recording activist Lauren Windsor made of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito and his wife, as well as Chief Justice John Roberts. Join us on Twitter and FacebookWhat Windsor discovered does not tell me as much as ProPublica and The New York Times have about the secrecy and shocking lack of ethics in the Supreme Court. But she did make me think Alito is even farther to the religious right than I thought. But while the approach was similar, Maryland has a law against secret recordings; two-person consent is required. But she broke no law in taking us behind closed doors and a little further into the mind of Alito.
Persons: David Zurawik, Lauren Windsor, Samuel Alito, John Roberts, David Zurawik Mich Rouse, Alito, , ” Alito, Windsor, James O’Keefe, Hannah Giles, , ethicist, Donald Trump Organizations: Goucher College, Baltimore Sun, CNN, Supreme, Project Veritas, ACORN, Journalists, Capitol, New York Times, Windsor, Catholic, The New York Times, Twitter, Facebook, Veritas Locations: Windsor, there’s, Baltimore, Maryland, Washington, DC
Salvage crews continue to work on removing debris from the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse after it was struck by the container ship Dali, now docked at Seagirt Marine Terminal in Baltimore. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)The main passageway into the Baltimore port was fully restored after the March 26 collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, which left six people dead and obstructed maritime traffic into the harbor. The bridge toppled in late March, after the cargo ship Dali crashed into the infrastructure, choking a major shipping artery into the U.S.' busiest auto port. The Port of Baltimore processed a record 1.1 million containers and $80.8 billion in foreign cargo value last year, according to state data. USACE will maintain this critical waterway as we have for the last 107 years," said Col. Estee Pinchasin, Baltimore District commander, in a statement.
Persons: Francis Scott Key, Jerry Jackson, Dali, We've, Estee Pinchasin Organizations: Baltimore Sun, Tribune, Service, Getty, U.S ., U.S . Army Corps of Engineers, Fort McHenry Federal Channel, Port, USACE, U.S . National Transportation Safety Board Locations: Baltimore, Port, Port of Baltimore, Patapsco, Sri Lanka
The port's terminal was blocked after the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed and killed six workers. AdvertisementTwo months after Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed, cruise ships are now taking off from the Port of Baltimore. The two trips are notable as the first cruise ships to leave Baltimore since the port was blocked by the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge on March 26. The Francis Scott Key Bridge services about 30,000 people a day. AdvertisementOne week ago, the port's terminal was the headquarters for the recovery operations for the Francis Scott Key Bridge, Daniels added.
Persons: Francis Scott Key, , Baltimore's Francis Scott Key, We've, Jonathan Daniels, Daniels Organizations: Port, Service, Royal, Business, Francis Scott Key Bridge, Baltimore Sun, Maryland Department of Transportation Locations: Port of Baltimore, Royal Caribbean, Bermuda, Greenland, Canada, Baltimore, Maryland
Officials are tentatively scheduled to carry out the controlled demolition around 5 p.m., according to the US Coast Guard. The planned demolition is aimed at helping officials remove debris and ultimately free the 213-million-pound Dali cargo ship, which veered off course March 26 and struck a pillar of the Francis Scott Key Bridge, causing it to fall into the water below. The collapse killed six construction workers and destroyed a key thoroughfare, threatening the economy at the Port of Baltimore. Officials last week recovered the sixth and final body, allowing them to proceed with the plan to free the Dali. “The safest and swiftest method to remove the bridge piece from on top of the M/V Dali is by precision cuts made with small charges,” the Key Bridge Response Unified Command said in a news release last week.
Persons: CNN — Crews, Francis Scott Key, Dali, Kevin Dietsch, Holly Yan, Dakin Andone Organizations: CNN, US Coast Guard, Port, Baltimore Sun, WBAL, Command, , US Army, US Army Corps of Engineers, Unified Command, Army Corps, Engineers, Committee, Transportation, Infrastructure, National Transportation Safety, Coast Guard, Army Corps of Engineers, US Department of Transportation Locations: Baltimore, Port of Baltimore
The next union organizing wave is at Apple
  + stars: | 2024-05-10 | by ( Ramishah Maruf | )   time to read: +7 min
Apple store workers in Towson, Maryland, made history in June 2022 when they voted to form the first union at one of the tech giant’s sleek US stores. But the union vote in New Jersey this weekend, along with other efforts across the country, could just be the beginning. The Apple workers (possibly) going on strike is going to be a spark for other workers,” Bronfenbrenner said. Workers at the Towson Town Center Apple hold their new union T-shirts after their store employees decided to join the International Association of Machinists Union. Theirs is the first Apple store in the US to vote for union representation.
Persons: Apple, ” Kate Bronfenbrenner, ” Bronfenbrenner, Jay Wadleigh, Barbara Haddock Taylor, Bronfenbrenner, There’s, , , Catherine Thorbecke Organizations: New, New York CNN, Apple, Big Tech, US, Employees, National Labor Relations Board, Labor Education Research, Cornell’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Oklahoma City, Towson, CNN, Maryland Apple, International Association of Machinists, Aerospace Workers Coalition, Retail Employees, Workers, Towson Town Center Apple, Baltimore Sun, Tribune, Service, Getty Images, Google, Union, NLRB, World Trade, US Labor Board Locations: New York, Washington, China, Towson , Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, New Jersey, New York City, United States, International Association of Machinists Union, Short Hills, Atlanta, Cupertino , California
In 2023, the Port of Baltimore handled a record 52.3 million tons of international cargo valued at nearly $81 billion. But on March 26, the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed after the container vessel Dali struck the bridge and sent the 47-year-old structure into the Patapsco River. Moore recently spoke with Business Insider about the collapse of the Key Bridge and the economic impacts of the port's closure. Wes Moore: The port is the largest in the country when it comes to heavy trucks and agricultural equipment. The Key Bridge was a key artery in this region.
Persons: , Francis Scott Key, Dali, Wes Moore, Moore, John L, Dorman, Joe Biden, Julia Nikhinson, It's, Jerry Jackson, we've, You've, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, We're, Biden, I'm Organizations: Service, Business, US Army Corps of Engineers, Maryland Democratic Gov, Gov, Maryland Gov, AP, Port, Federal, Baltimore Sun, Tribune, Getty, Baltimore Mayor, WM Locations: Port of Baltimore, United States, Port, Baltimore, Patapsco, Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan, United, It's
“The tankers and cargo ships of 1950 aren’t the tankers and cargo ships of today,” said James Salmon, a spokesman for the Delaware River and Bay Authority. “It’s going to do a number on them,” he said of a modern ship and the hazard it poses to a bridge like the one in Baltimore. Image The new bridge ship collision protection system project on the Delaware Memorial Bridge will install eight stone-filled “dolphin” cylinders, each measuring 80 feet in diameter. Credit... Delaware River and Bay AuthorityThe situation with the Key Bridge is “unique,” said Jim Tymon, executive director of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, which represents state transportation departments. A protection system was subsequently built around the new pier.
Persons: , James Salmon, Francis Scott Key, Michael Rubino, don’t, Joseph Ahlstrom, It’s, “ It’s, Dali, hurtled, Jim Tymon, ” John Snyder, Pete Buttigieg, , Paul, Gerald Desmond Bridge, Matt Gresham, Joong Kim, Michael Forsythe Organizations: Bay Authority, Port, SUNY Maritime College, New York State, American Association of State, Transportation, National Transportation Safety, Sunshine Skyway, Administration, Baltimore Sun, Union, National Oceanic, Atmospheric Administration, Liberty University Locations: Delaware, Bay, Baltimore, Port of Los Angeles, . Delaware, Maryland, Tampa Bay, Tampa, U.S, Minnesota, Union Pacific, St, New York, Bayonne, New Jersey, Staten Island, Long Beach, Calif, New Orleans, Mississippi, Port of New Orleans
Baltimore's Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed after it was struck by a ship on Tuesday morning. A representative for the Baltimore Fire Department called the situation a "developing mass casualty event." AdvertisementThe collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in Baltimore is a "developing mass casualty event," a representative for the Baltimore Fire Department said on Tuesday morning. I-695 Key Bridge collapse due to ship strike," the Maryland Transportation Authority wrote on X shortly after. Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr. said in an X post that the authorities "are closely monitoring the ongoing situation at the Key Bridge."
Persons: Baltimore's Francis Scott Key, , Francis Scott Key, Kevin Cartwright, Cartwright, 9IgvJyi46Y — Hayward, Dali, Matthew, Johnny Olszewski, Jr, Olszewski Organizations: Baltimore Fire Department, Service, Associated Press, Maryland Keybridge, US Coast Guard, USCG, Baltimore Sun, Coast Guard, Matthew West, NBC News, Maryland Transportation Authority, Baltimore, Business Locations: Baltimore, Singapore, Colombo, Sri Lanka, BALTIMORE, Maryland
What to Know About the Baltimore Bridge Collapse
  + stars: | 2024-03-26 | by ( Elliott Davis Jr. | March | At A.M. | )   time to read: +5 min
Six people are presumed dead and two have been rescued from the Patapsco River, according to The New York Times. What Happened to Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge? Around 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday, a Singapore-flagged cargo ship called Dali struck a column of the bridge, according to reporting by The Baltimore Banner. Where Is the Francis Scott Key Bridge and How Long Is It? The Francis Scott Key Bridge was assessed as being in “fair” condition in 2023, according to the Federal Highway Administration’s National Bridge Inventory.
Persons: Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key, Wes Moore, Dali, Maryland Sen, Chris Van Hollen, Francis Scott Key, Helen Delich Bentley, Banner ”, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, Moore, , Joe Biden, We're, , Pete Buttigieg, Scott, Buttigieg, Joseph Schofer Organizations: The New York Times, Maryland Gov, Biden Administration, White, Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Banner, ABC News, Maryland, New York Times, Times, ” Synergy Marine Group, Baltimore Mayor, Transportation, Department of, World Association, Transport Infrastructure, U.S . News, Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering, ” Engineers Locations: Patapsco, Maryland’s, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Maryland, Baltimore, Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore, Fort McHenry, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, U.S
Peter G. Angelos, the longtime owner of the Baltimore Orioles who built a fortune as a class-action lawyer, died on Saturday. His death was confirmed in a statement from his family that was posted on the team’s social media account, which said that Mr. Angelos had “passed away quietly.” No cause was given, though the statement acknowledged that he had been ill for several years. Mr. Angelos’s death came as his family awaited approval by Major League Baseball owners to sell the team — valued, along with its assets, at $1.725 billion, according to The Baltimore Sun — to David Rubenstein, the president of Inner Harbor Sports. The sale was approved on March 20 by the Maryland Stadium Authority board, which was required under the terms of the team’s lease for ownership to be transferred.
Persons: Peter G, Angelos, Mr, , Angelos’s, Baltimore Sun —, David Rubenstein Organizations: Baltimore Orioles, Major League Baseball, Baltimore Sun, Inner Harbor Sports, Maryland Stadium Authority
If shareholders approve the merger, it would enable Trump Media to go public and Trump to own a stake worth about $4 billion. In the US, a political party’s presidential nominee has never owned a major media platform worth so much. Furthermore, the possibility of this added Truth Social muscle for Trump arrives as right-wing MAGA messaging finds more outlets at the national and grassroots levels. And, while Trump has stuck with Truth Social, X has become a haven for right-wing conspiracies of all kinds. MAGA-friendly, right-wing media is growing at the grassroots level as well.
Persons: David Zurawik, Donald Trump, David Zurawik Mich Rouse, Trump, MAGA, Jay Ritter, Julia Nikhinson, Joe Biden, Lyndon Johnson, Johnson, John F, Kennedy, Lady Bird, Elon Musk, Tucker Carlson, Vladimir Putin, Carlson, Megyn Kelly, Eric Bolling, That’s, David Smith, Sinclair Organizations: Goucher College, Baltimore Sun, CNN, Trump, Securities, Exchange Commission, SEC, Trump Media & Technology Group, Trump Media, University of Florida, Getty, Republican, Federal Communications Commission, Johnsons, Twitter, Facebook, Fox News, Russian, Fox, Tucker Carlson Network, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Digital Locations: Conway , South Carolina, AFP, Austin , Texas, Texas, Maryland
Damron’s design rocketing to internet fame is just one story of how women’s fan apparel has found itself in the spotlight. Within a month, that jacket's designer, Kristin Juszczyk, would score a NFL licensing deal. These meteoric success stories have illustrated the potency of a market for women’s sports apparel that merges fashion and fan culture. “I’m glad more of this stuff can start being made,” Robinson, a Black designer who runs Boujee Basics, says. The upfront costs were too steep for another Black designer, De'fron Fobb, 45, who wanted to craft items when the New Orleans Saints made the Super Bowl in 2010.
Persons: Jake Browning’s, Taylor Damron, Browning’s, Stephanie Niles, ” Damron, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce’s, Kristin Juszczyk, Swift, Kyle Juszczyk, Simone Biles, Taylor Lautner, Brittany Mahomes, Juszczyk, , Tayler Adigun, Adigun, Mariah Carey, Larena Hoeber, ” Hoeber, “ What’s, , Niles, Frankie, Sara Gourlay, Zak Miller, they've, Kristin, she’s, ” Miller, Armour, Kiya Tomlin, Mike Tomlin, Alexis Robinson, “ I’m, ” Robinson, , it’s, De'fron Fobb, He’s, ‘ We’re Organizations: Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers, NFL, National Breast Cancer Foundation, NBA, Baltimore Sun, Sports, University, Regina, Adidas, Nike, National Hockey League, Pittsburgh Steelers, New Orleans Saints Locations: Carolina, Baltimore, Louisiana
(AP) — A former top prosecutor for the city of Baltimore was convicted Tuesday on one count of mortgage fraud, concluding a lengthy criminal trial in which Marilyn Mosby testified she unwittingly made false statements on loan applications to buy two Florida vacation homes. The jury announced a split verdict Tuesday evening after deliberating most of the day, finding Mosby not guilty on a second mortgage fraud charge, The Baltimore Sun reported. Her mortgage fraud trial, which began in mid-January, was moved from Baltimore to Greenbelt, Maryland, over concerns potential jurors may have been biased by extensive media coverage of the case. Mosby’s failure to disclose that debt on her loan applications contributed to the mortgage fraud charges, according to prosecutors. In the perjury case, a different jury found Mosby lied about suffering financial losses so she could withdraw money from her retirement account.
Persons: , Marilyn Mosby, Mosby, hasn’t, Freddie Gray, Nick Mosby, didn’t, Prosecutors Organizations: Baltimore Sun, Prosecutors, Baltimore Locations: Md, Baltimore, Florida, Greenbelt , Maryland
A man who delayed an NFL game while taking drone selfies now faces federal charges, prosecutors said. Matthew Hebert, 44, mistakenly thought he was allowed to fly his drone at the time, per prosecutors. AdvertisementA 44-year-old man faces up to four years in federal prison after he flew a drone over a National Football League game in Baltimore, federal prosecutors said on Monday. Hebert flew the drone at around 330 feet for about two minutes, and took at least six photos of himself and the stadium, prosecutors said. Prosecutors said Hebert "relied exclusively on the DJI application" to know if he was allowed to fly the drone.
Persons: Matthew Hebert, , Chadds, Hebert, Prosecutors, DJI Organizations: NFL, Service, National Football League, T, Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, AFC Championship, Justice Department, NFL Security, Baltimore Sun, State, Federal Aviation Administration, Ravens, Chiefs, States National Defense, Business Locations: Baltimore, Chadds Ford , Pennsylvania
Read previewA longtime JPMorgan executive who has kept a low public profile while cultivating a reputation as a successful trader with a talent for managing risk is emerging as a contender to succeed Jamie Dimon as chief executive. His new position through the internal shuffle has vaulted him more publicly and prominently into the most closely watched succession race on Wall Street. JPMorgan executive David Hudson told the publication that he returned to JPMorgan after working at Nomura in 2010 "to work for Troy." Rohrbaugh's other stops at JPMorgan have been head of global markets and head of macro markets. A senior JPMorgan executive who works with Rohrbaugh recalled that time during the pandemic.
Persons: , Jamie Dimon, Dimon, Troy Rohrbaugh, Jennifer Piepszak, Wall, Marianne Lake, Rohrbaugh, Goldman Sachs, Euromoney, Eddie Wen, David Hudson, He's, Gary Gensler's, Goldman, Cantor Fitzgerald, Tim Soulas, Cantor, Johns Hopkins, you've, he'll, Kaja Whitehouse, Alex Morrell Organizations: Service, JPMorgan, Wall, Business, CIB, North America, Goldman, Nomura, Troy, Federal Reserve Bank of New, Global, Securities, Exchange, Banque Nationale, CooperNeff, Philadelphia Stock Exchange, World Trade Center, New York Daily News, Gilman School, Johns Hopkins University, Alpha Delta Phi, Baltimore Sun, Bloomberg Locations: Dimon, North, JPMorgan's, Canadian, Manhattan, Baltimore, Maryland, New York
CNN —An ongoing cyberattack against Georgia’s Fulton County, which includes parts of Atlanta, has brought some of the government’s systems to a standstill, halting access to court filings, tax processing and other services. The office of the county’s District Attorney Fani Willis lost access to its phones, internet and the court system website, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter. The communication, court and tax systems have all been brought down, said Fulton County Board of Commissioners Chairman Robb Pitts in a news briefing Monday. A source with first-hand knowledge in Fulton County told CNN the internet and Odyssey court access are down as well. “We at Fulton County take cybersecurity seriously and we place a high priority on the protection of sensitive information,” Pitts said.
Persons: Fani Willis, Willis, Donald Trump, Robb Pitts, Pitts, ” Pitts, , Organizations: CNN, Georgia’s, county’s Department of Information Technology, FBI, Fulton, IT, The Atlanta, Baltimore Sun, Baltimore Locations: Georgia’s Fulton County, Atlanta, county’s, Fulton County, Baltimore, New Mexico’s, Albuquerque, US
I’m gutted to see Condé Nast folding the online music magazine Pitchfork into GQ. I won’t try to improve on the eulogies written for the site already (Casey Newton and Eric Harvey have good ones). It’s one of the few corners of the internet I still love, no matter how often I find myself in disagreement. I’ve seen some thoughtful writing already on why Pitchfork couldn’t make it. In this case, they’re specific to Pitchfork’s editorial choices and market position.
Persons: Condé Nast, Casey Newton, Eric Harvey, HuffPost, FiveThirtyEight Organizations: Pitchfork, GQ, New York Times, Sports, BuzzFeed, Popular, U.S . News, Gawker, ABC News, Grid, , Vox Media, McClatchy, Los Angeles Times, Baltimore Sun, Dallas Morning News Locations: U.S
A few years ago, desperate to avoid being acquired by a hedge fund, staff members of The Baltimore Sun made public pleas for a local entrepreneur to buy their publication. That request was recently realized: A Maryland businessman, David D. Smith, bought the storied newspaper, returning the 186-year-old newspaper to local hands for the first time in nearly 40 years. But Mr. Smith may not be quite what The Sun’s journalists were hoping for. Mr. Smith is the executive chairman of the conservative Sinclair Broadcast Group, one of the country’s largest local television station operators with nearly 200 stations, including Fox45 in Baltimore. Sinclair has been a reliable ally for former President Donald J. Trump; Mr. Smith reportedly told Mr. Trump in 2016, “We are here to deliver your message.” In 2018, the company required its stations to film promos echoing some of Mr. Trump’s attacks on the news media.
Persons: David D, Smith, Sinclair, Donald J, Trump, Organizations: The Baltimore Sun, Sinclair Broadcast Group Locations: Maryland, Baltimore
A local buyer taking over a struggling newspaper in the 21st century is normally cause for some celebration. “Have no fear of me,” Smith told the Sun newsroom on Tuesday, according to someone who was there and relayed the statement on condition of anonymity because it was a private meeting. Smith told the newspaper he had one partner: Armstrong Williams, a commentator who hosts a show on Sinclair’s affiliates. In 2018, Smith told New York magazine that he dislikes and fundamentally distrusts print media. Skene reported from Baltimore.
Persons: David D, Smith, , ” Smith, Donald Trump, Smith’s, Julian Sinclair Smith, Sinclair, Armstrong Williams, Brandon Scott, , Jim Shea, Kathy Szliga, Rupert Murdoch, Marty Kaiser, Alden Capital, Tim Franklin, Stewart Bainum Jr, , Medill’s Franklin, ” Franklin, Olivia Nuzzi, David Simon, television’s, ” Simon, Abell, ___ Bauder, Skene Organizations: Sinclair, Baltimore Sun Media, Alden Global Capital, The, Associated Press, Sun, Sinclair Broadcasting Inc, Chesapeake Television Corp, Fox, Democratic, Project Veritas, Republican, Capital News Service, University of Maryland, Tribune Publishing, Philadelphia Inquirer, Boston Globe, Seattle Times, Medill Local, Initiative, Northwestern University, Baltimore, New York Locations: Baltimore, Maryland, , New York
The Baltimore Sun, the largest newspaper in Maryland, has been sold to David D. Smith, the executive chairman of the nationwide Sinclair network of television stations and other media. Mr. Smith, who grew up in Baltimore, bought Baltimore Sun Media, which includes The Sun, in a private deal from Alden Global Capital, an investment firm that has become the country’s second-largest newspaper operator. It was unclear how much Mr. Smith paid for Baltimore Sun Media. Triffon G. Alatzas, the publisher and editor in chief of The Sun, said in an email to the newsroom on Monday that Mr. Smith had bought The Sun “to support his hometown newspaper.” Mr. Alatzas said Mr. Smith would meet the staff at The Sun on Tuesday. In an interview with the paper, Mr. Smith said, “We have an absolute responsibility to serve the public interest,” adding, “I think the paper can be hugely profitable and successful and serve a greater public interest over time.”
Persons: David D, Smith, Triffon, Mr, Alatzas, , Organizations: Baltimore Sun, Sinclair, Baltimore Sun Media, Alden Global Capital, Sun Media, The Capital Gazette, The Locations: Maryland, Baltimore, Annapolis, Md
BALTIMORE (AP) — The Baltimore Sun newspaper has been purchased by David D. Smith, the executive chairman of the media conglomerate Sinclair Inc.Smith told the newspaper he acquired Baltimore Sun Media from the hedge fund Alden Global Capital in a private deal reached on Friday. Smith bought the paper with his own assets independently of Sinclair, which is known for its ownership of local television news stations across the U.S. “I’m in the news business because I believe … we have an absolute responsibility to serve the public interest,” Smith told the Sun in an interview. “The passage of time has driven me to become more focused on it, and it just seemed like the right time, so I made the deal,” Smith told the paper. Baltimore Sun Media, winner of 16 Pulitzer Prizes, employs more than 150 people and publishes seven other publications aside from the Sun, with more than 230,000 paid subscribers total.
Persons: David D, Smith, Sinclair, , ” Smith, Alden Organizations: BALTIMORE, Baltimore Sun, Sinclair Inc, Baltimore Sun Media, Alden Global Capital, Sinclair, Sun, Tribune Publishing Locations: Chicago, Maryland
In May, the Carter Center said Rosalynn Carter had dementia. The motorcade will stop for a wreath-laying ceremony at Rosalynn Carter’s alma mater, Georgia Southwestern State University, before making its way to Atlanta. Former first lady Rosalynn Carter poses for a portrait in New York in 2011. Alice S. Hall/NBCUniversal/Getty Images) Rosalynn gets a kiss from her husband after they were awarded Presidential Medals of Freedom in 1999. “Thank you all for joining us in celebrating what a treasure she was, not only to us, but to all humanity.”The Carter Center said in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Carter Center Mental Health Program or the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers.
Persons: Rosalynn, Rosalynn Carter, Jimmy Carter, , Andy Huggins, David Goldman, , Mike Stewart, Joe Biden, Jill Biden, Kamala Harris, Nikki Kahn, Horace Cort, Mikki Ansin, Jason, Amy, Jeff, Jack, Dan Farrell, Jimmy, Barbara Walters, Richard Howard, Suzanne Vlamis, Diana Walker, Joan Mondale, Walter Mondale, Muriel Humphrey, Hubert Humphrey, Ruth Carter Stapleton, Jimmy Carter's, Wally McNamee, Corbis, Carter, Ronald Reagan, Ron Galella, Bromberger Hoover, Jay Leno, Alice S, Tami Chappell, Charlie Neibergall, Laura Rauch, Carolyn Kaster, Sebastian Scheiner, Barack Obama's, Bill Clark, John Bazemore, Amy Davis, Saul Loeb, Errol, Jimmy's, Branden Camp, Caroline Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Reagan, David McNew, Matt McClain, Adam Schultz, The New York Times Adam Schultz, White, Erin Schaff, Michael S, Williamson, CNN’s Jaide Timm, Garcia, Eva McKend Organizations: CNN, Carter Center, White House, Atlanta ., Secret, Georgia Southwestern State University, Rosalynn Carter, Health, Human Sciences, Carter, Jimmy Carter Presidential, Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church, Emory University, Maranatha Baptist Church, Washington Post, Atlanta, NY, Hulton, Disney, Bettmann, Mental Health, Mental Health Systems, Harlem Globetrotters, Getty, Democratic National Convention, Toronto, Presidential, Humanity, Baltimore Sun, Tribune, Service, Capitol, Aging, NBA, The New York Times Locations: Plains , Georgia, Atlanta, Georgia, Plains, Americus, alma mater, Plains ., New York, Brazil, Dubuque , Iowa, Waterloo , Iowa, San Francisco, Ashkelon, Israel, Baltimore, Annapolis , Maryland, Americus , Georgia, Rosalynn
Rosalynn Carter passed away peacefully with family by her side at her home in Plains, Georgia, the center said in a statement. It was likely that Eleanor Rosalynn Smith would cross paths with Jimmy Carter in their small hometown of Plains, Georgia. Former first lady Rosalynn Carter poses for a portrait in New York in 2011. Atlanta Journal-Constitution/AP Jimmy Carter, then a Georgia state senator, hugs his wife at his campaign headquarters in Atlanta in 1966. The Carter CenterRosalynn and Jimmy Carter had four children, 12 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
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To his American associates, Mr. Temirkanov was a mysterious but compelling presence, a visitor from the lost world of the Soviet Union’s last years and a disciple of old modes of music instruction that now barely exist. The Baltimore Sun critic Stephen Wigler noted in 1999 that Mr. Temirkanov “doesn’t own a TV set and doesn’t even know how to drive a car.”He spoke English but hardly used it, and he did not go out of his way to cultivate audiences, though those who knew him in Baltimore said that this was less a sign of aloofness than of shyness. “My back must be to the audience, not to the orchestra,” he told The Sun. And it seems to apply not only to his conducting — which he does without a baton, using circular hand motions that can seem enigmatic to outsiders — but also to his musical tastes and, indeed, to the man in general.”He was known to audiences around the world. Over his career he variously conducted the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Staatskapelle Dresden, the London Philharmonic, the London Symphony, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, among other ensembles.
Persons: Temirkanov, Stephen Wigler, , , Anne Midgette, Temirkanov’s Organizations: Soviet, Baltimore Sun, Sun, The New York Times, Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, London Symphony, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Locations: Baltimore, Vienna, Dresden, Amsterdam
Smith’s appearance with their two children, Jaden and Willow, and his son Trey Smith, was apparently a surprise for Pinkett Smith. “It is a sloppy public experiment in unconditional love,” he said, a description that prompted Pinkett Smith to double over in laughter. “Will and me are good,” Pinkett Smith told Laura Coates of CNN, who moderated Wednesday night’s discussion. Pinkett Smith told The Associated Press that she is feeling free since opening up about the separation. “It’s a weight off my shoulders, honestly,” Pinkett Smith said in an AP interview this week.
Persons: — Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, “ Jada, , Enoch Pratt, Pinkett, Willow, Trey Smith, Pinkett Smith, “ Worthy, Will Smith’s, Adrienne Banfield, Norris, Smith, “ brutiful, “ Will, ” Pinkett Smith, Laura Coates, he’s, We’ve, Hoda, Chris Rock, Organizations: BALTIMORE, Baltimore, Enoch, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore Sun, CNN, Associated Press
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