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first_imgCould he be The One? Katie Holmes is “on cloud nine” in her relationship with boyfriend Emilio Vitolo Jr., a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.“She feels so blessed to be with a centered, down-to-earth, kindhearted companion who isn’t affected by the fame and puts happiness and traditional values first,” the insider adds of the NYC-based chef, 33, who “treats her like a total princess.”Katie Holmes Thinks Emilio Vitolo Jr Romance Can Go All WayEmilio Vitolo Jr. and Katie Holmes kissing in New York City. LRNYC/MEGA- Advertisement – The Secret: Dare to Dream actress, 41, was first linked to Vitolo Jr. in September and the duo has been hot and heavy ever since. Though they’re still in the early stages of their romance, the pair are already getting “serious.” Despite “some concern” from her loved ones, Holmes isn’t afraid of how quickly her relationship with Vitolo Jr. has progressed.“She doesn’t care what people may say about rushing into the romance,” the source tells Us. “In her mind, this is the real deal, they’re riding a beautiful wave together and she’s already decided it’s got the potential to go all the way.”Shortly after Holmes was first spotted locking lips with the restauranteur in September, a separate source told Us that the Dawson’s Creek alum was “head over heels in love with Emilio” and was happy to have finally found a “stable guy” to keep her company.Katie Holmes Thinks Emilio Vitolo Jr Romance Can Go All WayKatie Holmes and Emilio Vitolo Jr. Shutterstock; Courtesy Emilio Vitolo/Instagram- Advertisement – The Batman Begins actress was previously married to Tom Cruise from 2006 to 2012 and the pair share a 14-year-old daughter. More recently, Holmes sparked a romance with Jamie Foxx, from whom she split in August 2019 after six years of dating. At the time, a source told Us that Holmes was the one who decided to call it quits.Though she’s faced her fair share of ups and downs in her love life, Holmes feels secure in her budding romance with Vitolo Jr., who was previously engaged to designer Rachel Emmons.“Ultimately, she’s a grown woman who’s free to make her own choices,” the first source says. “She’s got some seriously protective friends and family though, so [Emilio] better carry on treating her this well if he knows what’s good for him!”- Advertisement – For more on Holmes’ new relationship, watch the video above and pick up the latest issue of Us Weekly, on newsstands now.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! – Advertisement –last_img read more

first_imgNew York’s business, environmental, labor, and community leaders gathered yesterday, 14 August, in Rockaway Beach in support of Governor Cuomo’s plan to make offshore wind a key component of the state’s strategy to increase renewable energy and stimulate economic development.This coalition has come together in advance of a series of New York City public meetings on offshore wind hosted by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) to urge the leaders to smartly move forward on offshore wind power and the jobs, economic activity, and cleaner air it shall bring.The meeting is part of the series of public information meetings on offshore wind in Long Island that NYSERDA is hosting. In coalition with other State agencies, NYSERDA is currently producing the Offshore Wind Master Plan which will identify potential offshore wind sites that meet the State’s siting standards and take into consideration environmental, maritime, economic, and social issues.“New York has a unique opportunity to become a national leader in offshore wind if it acts in a comprehensive and timely way. The Offshore Master Plan holds the key to creating a new clean energy economy that means emission-free offshore wind, new job-creating industries and economic opportunity, while reducing reliance on polluting fossil fuels and improving public health,” NY Offshore Wind Alliance Director Joe Martens said.As part of the plan process, NYSERDA is conducting over 20 studies and surveys and reaching out to residents and interested stakeholder groups to weigh in regularly on the Master Plan.The full Offshore Wind Master Plan, which will include all previously published findings, will be published by the end of 2017, NYSERDA said.In December 2016, Statoil Wind US won rights to build an offshore wind farm at the 79,350-acre area off New York with a record bid of USD 42.5 million. The lease comprises an area that could potentially accommodate more than 1GW of offshore wind, with a phased development expected to start with 400-600 MW.One month later, the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) unanimously approved the 90MW Deepwater ONE South Fork wind farm, the nation’s largest offshore wind farm and the first one to be built off New York. The project comprises 15 turbines to be installed some 30 miles southeast of Montauk.The wind farm projects are part of the State’s plan to develop up to 2.4GW of offshore wind by 2030.last_img read more

first_imgFriends of Ming Qu and Ying Wu gathered in front of Leavey Library on Wednesday night for a candle light vigil to remember the Viterbi School of Engineering graduate students from China who were fatally shot in April and to stress the importance of safety around the campus.About 20 students crowded around a table displaying photos of the victims and two lit candles to pay their respects on the three-month anniversary of the shooting, as is customary to do in Chinese culture 100 days after death.Photo by Alexis Driggs | Daily TrojanHaowang Wang, a graduate student studying industrial and systems engineering and former president of the USC Chinese Students and Scholars Association, and Julia Liu, a close friend of Qu’s family, spoke to guests about the importance of remembering Qu and Wu.“Ninety days is not so long, but a lot of people already forget,” Liu said. “We read the news every day: Somebody was killed. It’s happened to another person, not to us. But, right now, we have friends in this tragedy, so we want society to remember them.”Wang led guests in a standard three-minute moment of silence, which was followed by individuals stepping up to the photos to pay their respects and send well-wishes to Qu and Wu.“As time passes, people will forget what happened, no matter how severe or significant the issue is,” said Joy Xing, a second-year engineering graduate student and friend of Qu and Wu. “We want to remind people that we had two excellent students and this was a senseless killing.”Qu and Wu were shot and killed April 11 around 1 a.m. in an apparent robbery attempt while sitting in Qu’s car near the intersection of 27th Street and Raymond Avenue, sparking questions of the University Park Campus area’s safety. A wrongful death lawsuit filed by Qu and Wu’s families claims USC intentionally misrepresented the safety of the area to international students. The university has since moved to dismiss the lawsuit, but Wang and Liu both stressed the importance of safety during the vigil.“You need to protect yourself,” Liu said. “No matter which country you came from, which state you came from, you need to protect yourself.”Members of the CSSA also rolled out a banner reading, “Protect Our Safety.” Han Wang, who completed his master’s program at USC in 2010, said the CSSA made the banner about a month ago.“It’s to keep in mind that we need to protect ourselves, like in foreign countries away from our home,” he said. “The USC neighborhood is not the safest place, so this is a way for Chinese students to keep in mind that they need a safe neighborhood.”Xing also passed out fliers urging people to attend the arraignment of suspects Bryan Barnes, 20, and Javier Bolden, 19, on July 18. Barnes and Bolden were arrested in May and now face murder charges.Xing said the CSSA created a petition calling upon the Los Angeles District Attorney for harsh punishment. She said the petition closed on the initial June 25 arraignment date but their message remains the same after the arraignment was postponed to July 18.“We want them to give justice to my friends,” she said. “And we want them to emphasize campus safety so students can be aware of this safety issue.”last_img read more

first_imgTechiman City President Charles Kojo Ntim has made a stunning claim that in-form Hearts of Oak may be guilty of taking some banned substances.Doping has taken center stage across the world of sport in recent months and the Ghana Premier League is not about to be left out. With Hearts losing for the first time in six games this weekend, the man popularly called ‘Micky Charles’ is suspicious of the Phobians sudden turnaround from mediocrity to game winners.Hearts were nearly relegated last season and needed a scrappy last gap charge to get out of ignominy, leading to the sacking of Herbert Addo and his eventual stop-gap successor Eddie Ansah. But with the appointment of Japanese-American Kenichi Yatsuhashi, the team have charged out of the blocks this season.And ahead of this weekend’s meeting with the Phobians, the Techiman City boss is not taking chances. “Article 36 of the GFA regulations talks about doping, and I want the FA to test them (Hearts of Oak) before Sunday’s game in Techiman,” he said on Monday.“I suspect them and so the FA must put in place measures to test them before the game,” he stressed. Sources close to Techiman City say they do not believe the turnaround in output being witnessed in Hearts team is normal, suggesting that some performance-enhancing drugs may be at play. The Phobians’ style so far has been characterised by functional football and average skill.However, a key element of their winning strategy has been the ability to physically out-do opponents especially in the final quarter of games. This led to a flurry goals in the second half of games, which has been widely attributed to good physical conditioning.The Phobians have copped 13 points after six matches and are second on the log.—last_img read more