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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_imgIn the second ball of the over, Jadhav slanted in a flatter delivery on off stump and Neesham looked to defend. The ball took the inside edge onto the thigh pad but Dhoni and Jadhav appealed for the LBW. Umpire Shaun George shook his head but Neesham did not know where the ball had gone. The left-hander attempted a run as Dhoni continued to appeal looking at the umpire. However, the former India captain realised that Neesham was out of his crease and fired a throw at the striker’s end to catch Neesham well short of the crease.Dhoni celebrated passionately, knowing that the dangerman was gone. The third umpire gave the marching orders for Neesham and India had regained the advantage. If there was one moment which turned the match, it was the run-out by Dhoni and Rohit Sharma will have to thank him as India won the five-match series 4-1 against New Zealand. highlights New Delhi: It is now officially confirmed without a shadow of doubt! MS Dhoni is a freak of nature. He can read the batsmen’s mind, tell the bowler what to do exactly and effect lightning quick stumpings which are a modern marvel. His game awareness was simply sublime in the Napier ODI thanks to the way how he advised Kuldeep Yadav to get rid of Trent Boult while his stumping off Ross Taylor in the second ODI at Bay Oval was divine. After missing the next two games in Bay Oval and Hamilton due to a hamstring injury, Dhoni returned for the Wellington ODI where he pulled off yet another astonishing feat of keeping.Ambati Rayudu’s brilliant 90 and Hardik Pandya’s blitz of 45 off 22 balls helped India reach 252 all out. In response, New Zealand lost wickets at regular intervals but they were boosted by a blazing knock from James Neesham. The left-hander struck boundaries at regular intervals and was nearing a fifty. He struck two boundaries off Mohammed Shami and he launched Bhuvneshwar Kumar for a boundary and a six over deep midwicket. However, the game changed decisively in the 37th over bowled by Kedar Jadhav. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. MS Dhoni did not play the third and fourth ODIs due to injury.Dhoni was bowled for 1 by Trent Boult in Wellington.India have won a series in New Zealand after 10 years.last_img read more

first_imgRunning back Ryquell Armstead, tight end Charles Jones, receiver Michael Walker and safety Andrew Wingard also were placed on the list Sunday. Jones was activated from the COVID-19 list earlier in the day.Minshew, Walker and Wingard have been roommates a little more than a year.The COVID-19 list is for a player who tests positive for coronavirus or has been quarantined after being in close contact with someone infected. NFL teams are not allowed to disclose whether the player is in quarantine or is positive for COVID-19.The Jaguars are expected to hold their first training camp practice on Aug. 12.___ Atlanta Falcons outside linebacker Foye Oluokun has become the sixth player to go on the team’s reserve/COVID-19 list since the start of training camp.Olukum started two games last season, totaling a career-high 56 tackles. He is slated to become a full-time starter this season in a linebacking group that also includes Deion Jones and newcomer Dante Fowler Jr. Defensive tackle Tyeler Davison, quarterback Danny Etling, fullback Keith Smith, safety Jamal Carter and rookie safety Jaylinn Hawkins are also on Atlanta’s reserve/COVID-19 list.___The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed fifth-year defensive end Adam Gotsis days after two linemen opted out of the season because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Latest: Jags’ Minshew, 4 teammates on COVID-19 list Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed starting quarterback Gardner Minshew and four teammates, including two of his roommates, on the COVID-19 list.center_img August 2, 2020 Dallas Cowboys fullback Jamize Olawale has become the team’s third player to opt out of the season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The nine-year pro spent the previous two seasons with the Cowboys after staying in Oakland the first six years of his career. Olawale’s role in the offense has been limited, but he has played more extensively on special teams.The decision by Olawale leaves rookie Sewo Olonilua as the only fullback on the roster under first-year coach Mike McCarthy. The Cowboys figure to keep plenty of schemes from last year’s offense since McCarthy decided to keep offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, who is expected to call the plays.The other Dallas players to opt out are veteran cornerback Maurice Canady and undrafted rookie receiver Stephen Guidry.___ Veterans Al Woods and Lerentee McCray decided not to play in 2020, creating a need for depth along Jacksonville’s defensive front.Gotsis spent the last four years in Denver, where he notched 109 tackles, 13 passes defensed, five sacks and two forced fumbles. He was a second-round draft pick in 2016. He played in nine games in 2019, finishing with 16 tackles. He missed the final three games because of a knee injury.Also Sunday, the Jaguars activated rookie defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton, tight end Charles Jones and starting right tackle Jawaan Taylor from the COVID-19 list.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sportslast_img read more

first_imgThe New York Times readership program has been renewed, giving USC students access to the daily newspaper on campus and online starting next week.Read all about it · The New York Times is now available for students at Tutor Campus Center, the Annenberg School and Leavey Library. – Kevin Fohrer | Daily Trojan“The New York Times readership program was started in the spring semester of 2013,” said Michael Yoshimura, USG’s director of Academic Affairs. “When we looked over the budget for the spring semester, it made sense to continue it.”In order to expand its readership base, The New York Times offers discounts to student organizations at major universities.“[The New York Times education staff] gave us a presentation on their readership program, and it sounded like a great way for students to learn what’s going on outside USC,” Yoshimura said.Physical copies of the daily paper will be placed in special racks near Leavey Library, the Ronald Tutor Campus Center and the Annenberg School each week from Monday to Friday. The directors say this spring’s distribution is an increase from last semester’s.“We’re actually getting more copies now, as well as a new online subscription,” said Logan Burkhead, USG’s assistant director of Academic Affairs.USG has registered for 200 digital licenses per day, which students can obtain by going to nytimes.com/passes  and registering with their USC email address. Students logging in will be given 24-hour access to subscriber content on the website.Yoshimura and Burkhead hope this new feature will increase the subscription’s popularity and result in even more educational opportunities for USC students in months to come.“We want to extend the program in the future,” Burkhead said. “We’re hoping to have an actual New York Times columnist come in by the end of the semester and give a presentation to students.”The directors believe that in comparison to other papers, such as the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times offers the “best package” to college students.“It seems like The New York Times is an elite publication, and it deals on a national scale,” Yoshimura said. “And considering everything else they’re giving us, they really set themselves apart.”last_img read more

first_imgYou can see any number of incredible marine creatures in the waters of Costa Rica’s Bahía Ballena, in the Southern Zone, but this one’s on dry land. Local businesses and residents came together to transform 3,495 plastic water bottles – all of them left behind in Ballena National Marine Park in 2014 and 2015 – into a massive whale sculpture. Designed by local artist Alban Corrales of the Trincheras de San Isidro, Pérez Zeledón group, the whale is a whopping 9 meters long and 5 meters wide. Building the whale took 100 community members and tourists approximately 10 days, according to a statement from the “Bahía Ballena Libre de Plásticos” campaign, which began in 2016 as an initiative of several area businesses to address the environmental impact of single-use plastics on the coastal community. Stay tuned for more on this initiative from The Tico Times, or visit the campaign’sFacebook page to learn more. Facebook Comments Related posts:Meet Costa Rica’s cleanest beaches Costa Rica launches quest to replace most single-use plastic by 2021 How to help the victims of Tropical Storm Nate in Costa Rica New grant program seeks to boost Costa Rican nonprofitslast_img read more