J pop – Kenthe 390 http://kenthe390.com/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 19:21:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://kenthe390.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/cropped-icon-32x32.png J pop – Kenthe 390 http://kenthe390.com/ 32 32 Katie Thurston explains why a ‘simple but complicated’ separation from John Hersey was necessary for the ‘closure’ https://kenthe390.com/katie-thurston-explains-why-a-simple-but-complicated-separation-from-john-hersey-was-necessary-for-the-closure/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 18:56:47 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/katie-thurston-explains-why-a-simple-but-complicated-separation-from-john-hersey-was-necessary-for-the-closure/

Katie Thurston and John Hersey did what was best for them.

Next their recent breakupthe old Bachelorette the lead opened up on her Instagram Stories to ask if she would discuss “what happened” with her former boyfriend.

“It’s a simple but complicated breakup considering we were best friends before we dated,” Thurston, 31, wrote Wednesday during a fan Q&A. “We’re on good terms so [we’re] just find a healthy balance of space for closure.”

She added: “At the end of the day, you just want the person you love to be happy and you support the path they are on to find it.”

When asked by a fan if she’s “currently dating anyone,” Thurston re-shared a TikTok video, in which she spoke of having “a couples adventure book but no one to experience it with”. The reality star added that it was part of her “healing and closure”.

Thurston also responded to a fan who asked “if you could do it again would you be the single one?” In response, she admitted, “I wouldn’t do Bach, Bachelorette or BIP. [Bachelor in Paradise]”

Katie Thurston John Hersey explained her separation

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Thurston announced their split from Hersey28 years old, June 20. On her Instagram story, she wrote, “Statement: no we are not together.”

Hersey, for his part, gave a more elaborate answer to the question. “Like Katie said earlier, we’re not dating anymore. The decision wasn’t taken lightly and obviously it wasn’t easy,” he began.

“I love being able to share special moments with all of you, the funniest. The happiest. The most outrageous, the most embarrassing and the most heartfelt. But I don’t know if it will ever be easier to share the most sad,” he said. added. “I appreciate each and every one of you who has supported us through this journey. We couldn’t (and wouldn’t be) here without you.”

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Thurston was previously a contestant on matt james‘ season of The single personbroadcast in 2021. After being eliminated, she lands the main role in season 17 of the bachelorette – and that’s where she met Hersey.

Hersey was eliminated in Week 2, but the couple reconnected after the show and struck up a solid friendship amid their engagement with Blake Moynes. A month later her separation from Moynes, 31, has been announced in October 2021, a representative for Thurston confirmed to PEOPLE that she was exploring a “romantic connection” with Hersey.

Katie Thurston (L) and John Hersey (R) are seen on February 15, 2022 in Los Angeles, California

Katie Thurston (L) and John Hersey (R) are seen on February 15, 2022 in Los Angeles, California

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While together, Thurston and Hersey were criticized for how quickly their romance blossomed after her engagement broke down. Even Moynes commented on the matter, saying that the Talk about podcast that she was “emotionally deceiving in some way”.

But Hersey came to Thurston’s defense on Reddit after seeing ‘SO MUCH’ people on social media ‘constructing assumptions and making accusations’. He then wrote, “Neither Katie nor I would ever cheat, pressure someone to cheat, or participate in cheating. It’s not in our nature.”

Hersey recently defended her ex after a netizen claimed Thurston couldn’t “find a guy.”

“You will speak a finite number of words throughout your life. I urge you to speak more kindly. Especially about someone you don’t know,” Hersey said in response. “I have never been so supported or unconditionally loved by a partner. Assuming and implying that Katie is doing something wrong is not for me. The internet can be a mean place – let’s not add to that.”

Since their split, the exes have been spotted hanging out with friends at the San Diego County Fair.

Michael J. Fox will receive a major award https://kenthe390.com/michael-j-fox-will-receive-a-major-award/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 18:40:00 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/michael-j-fox-will-receive-a-major-award/

Michael J. Fox will receive an honorary Oscar in November for his years of advocacy on behalf of patients with Parkinson’s disease. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Tuesday that Fox will receive the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award along with several other recipients later this year. Fox himself has suffered from Parkinson’s disease since 1991.

“Michael J. Fox’s tireless advocacy for Parkinson’s disease research, along with his boundless optimism, exemplifies the impact of one person in changing the future of millions of people,” he said Tuesday. Academy President David Rubin. The Hersholt Humanitarian Award is given to people who make “indelible contributions to film and the world at large”. Other recipients this year include filmmaker Euzhan Palcy, songwriter Diane Warren and director Peter Weir. They will be presented at the Governors Awards on Saturday, November 19.

Governor’s Awards is an annual event where the Academy’s Board of Governors presents honorary awards to members of the film community – often lifetime achievement awards taking into account the breadth of an entire career. These include the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award and Honorary Award as well as the Hersholt Humanitarian Award. This year will mark the 13th Governor’s Awards in Academy history.

Fox is best known for his role as Marty McFly in Back to the future among other acting roles, but he is honored here specifically for his work advocating for the cause of Parkinson’s disease. The actor has used his platform to promote awareness, raise funds and fund research for decades.

Fox began showing signs of Parkinson’s disease while filming Doc Hollywood, which is when he was diagnosed. He said later The Guardian that he became severely depressed after his diagnosis and began drinking heavily. He eventually quit drinking altogether as he turned his attention to philanthropy and research. Fox founded the Michael J. Fox Foundation in 2000.

Fox has generally focused on research. While he helps raise awareness of Parkinson’s disease itself, he is particularly diligent in informing the public of the gaps in our knowledge on the subject and the obstacles that remain to finding a cure. It’s still unclear what causes Parkinson’s disease, or how it might be cured or even treated more effectively.

Fox technically retired from acting in 2020, saying he could no longer rely on his ability to speak publicly. However, he has made a few on-screen appearances since then. He also wrote a memoir titled No Time Like the Future: An Optimist Considers Mortality. It is now available in print, digital and audiobook formats.

Thousands of people attend a joyful and diverse celebration of Japanese culture https://kenthe390.com/thousands-of-people-attend-a-joyful-and-diverse-celebration-of-japanese-culture/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:01:00 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/thousands-of-people-attend-a-joyful-and-diverse-celebration-of-japanese-culture/
Japanese taiko drummer Debbie Tse of Narukami Taiko.  At left is Rachel Lynch.


Japanese taiko drummer Debbie Tse of Narukami Taiko. At left is Rachel Lynch.

From J-Pop to traditional taiko drumming, the Wellington Japan Festival was a colorful and joyful mix of contemporary and traditional Japanese culture.

The biennial festival was held on the waterfront on Saturday with estimates of 20,000 people attending the range of events at TSB Arena and Shed 6.

Arts such as a Japanese tea ceremony, live yokai monster drawing, haiku, Tokyo night photography, traditional sashiko embroidery, and martial arts displays were held throughout the day.

Ellie Beaumont of the dance group Koten.


Ellie Beaumont of the dance group Koten.

The tea ceremony brought together 70 VIPs to mark the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between New Zealand and Japan and was attended by Governor General Dame Cindy Kiro who officially opened the festival.

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Wellington Japan Festival Trust president Jennifer King said organizers were very pleased that so many people showed up to enjoy the diverse program.

Narukami Taiko's Emily Ridgeway.


Narukami Taiko’s Emily Ridgeway.

She said contemporary Japanese cultural attractions were also popular, such as Sleepwalk Skeleton, which “brought the house down” with their J-Pop/J-Rock musical performance.

The food hall was in Hangar 6, where people enjoyed a range of Japanese dishes and cuisines.

The true story of “Jerry & Marge Go Large”: what is reality and fiction https://kenthe390.com/the-true-story-of-jerry-marge-go-large-what-is-reality-and-fiction/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 22:00:51 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/the-true-story-of-jerry-marge-go-large-what-is-reality-and-fiction/

Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening star in “Jerry and Marge Go Large.”

(Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times)

Some people spend their entire life dreaming of winning the lottery. Jerry Selbee figured out how to do it in less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee.

In 2003, Selbee had recently retired and moved with his wife, Marge, to the sleepy town of Evart, Michigan (pop. 1,900) when one morning he came across a brochure in a convenience store for a lottery of state. game called Winfall. Reading the fine print, Selbee — a math whiz who had spent much of his career as a materials analyst at a Kellogg’s grain plant — quickly realized the lottery had a math flaw that would mean guaranteed winnings if he bought enough tickets.

“I looked at the odds, I looked at what the payoff would be and I did a risk-reward analysis,” says pragmatic and outspoken Selbee, who is now over 80, by phone from his home in Michigan. “It took me less than two minutes to figure out that this game could be profitable.”

After Jerry tested his theory, winning nearly $16,000, he and Marge began spending countless hours buying and going through thousands of tickets in the Winfall game and later a similarly structured lottery. way in Massachusetts. As their winnings began to pile up, they formed a company called GS Investment Strategies LLC and invited a few dozen family members and friends to Evart to join. By the time the two lotteries were shut down in 2012, the Selbees and their partners had grossed over $26 million from the venture.

Then life for the Selbees became calm again, as they like it. Until Hollywood calls.

The story of the Selbees, told in a Article from the Huffington Post 2018 by Jason Fagone, became the inspiration for the new movie “Jerry & Marge Go Large”, now streaming on Paramount+. Oscar nominees Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening star as the couple in the sweetly comedic feel-good flick, which aims to provide a soothing, non-cynicistic balm to audiences in these troubled times.

A man and a woman stand at the counter of a convenience store.

Bryan Cranston, left, as Jerry Selbee and Annette Bening as Marge Selbee in “Jerry & Marge Go Large” streaming on Paramount+.

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“‘Jerry & Marge Go Large’ is not a story that will change anyone’s life, but you know what? It could change your day,” says Cranston. “Coming out of COVID, I feel like now is the time for this. We need a little mint entertainment just to feel better and reconnect.

For Hollywood, a heartwarming, too-good-to-be-true story that happens to be true can be as valuable as a winning lottery ticket. After the Huffington Post article was published, the Selbees’ story quickly became a hot commodity, with at least 17 bidders vying for the rights.

“It just blew up,” says “Jerry & Marge” screenwriter Brad Copeland, who got into the rights chase with “The Blind Side” producer Gil Netter. “There were different directors, there was Scarlett Johansson calling the family – there was a lot of interest because it’s a great story.”

Reading Copeland’s script amid 2020’s grim headlines, director David Frankel, whose credits include “The Devil Wears Prada” and “Marley & Me,” immediately got into it. What the story might have lacked in thrills – no FBI agents kicking down doors, no exaggerated greed and “The Wolf of Wall Street” extravagance – it more than made up for in the charm of the House. (The film takes a few liberties with the real story, shifting the action to the present and amplifying the conflict between the Selbees and a group of college students who also discovered the lottery loophole.)

“The idea of ​​two people over 60 finding a new adventure that reinvigorates their romance and their city seemed like the perfect antidote to the pandemic,” Frankel says. “This seriousness was important. They make money, which in many other contexts is the root of all evil. But here, it does a lot of good.

After spending a few days with the Selbees before filming began, Cranston and Bening were even more determined to do justice to their salt-of-the-earth values ​​and more than 60 years of marriage.

Two actors with the real people they play in a movie.

Bryan Cranston, left, and Annette Bening with the real people they represent, Jerry and Marge Selbee.

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“Marge didn’t have stars in her eyes or anything, which I loved about her,” Bening says. “She’s tough – she raised six kids and her family called her Marge the Sarge. But with Jerry, there’s a little spark there, and she really enjoyed their adventure.

For Cranston, Selbee represented the moral antithesis of his turn as drug kingpin Walter White in “Breaking Bad,” who used an equally demanding intellect to become a criminal mastermind. “When doing research like this, you just want to be open to receiving the essence of the people you’re looking at,” says Cranston. “There was a lot of time where we were just sitting with Jerry and Marge on the back porch swinging or going for a drive or having a meal with them somewhere. It was just really adorable.

Sweet as they are, Midwestern folk retirees aren’t generally considered Hollywood’s sexiest subject — or the most desirable cinematic demo. Going against the grain of this youth-obsessed grit, “Jerry & Marge” speaks directly to a segment of the audience that the industry often overlooks. The film is the first release from producer Amy Baer’s Landline Pictures, a label that was launched last year under independent studio MRC Film to develop film and television projects for audiences over 50.

“It keeps happening that people don’t realize this audience exists and go to the movies or stream them,” Copeland says. “The first film I wrote was [the 2007 comedy] “Wild Hogs”, which was about a bunch of 60-year-old guys on Harley-Davidsons. People weren’t sure there was an audience for it, and then the movie came out and made hundreds of millions of dollars. Everyone was like, ‘Oh, there’s a huge audience for that!’ Then they just forgot.

For the Selbees, whose town doesn’t have a movie theatre, seeing their story made into a movie has been hard to fathom. “We’re just a retired couple living in northern Michigan with nothing special about us,” says Jerry, who knew Cranston from the sitcom “Malcolm in the Middle” but was unfamiliar with Bening’s work. “Marge would prefer not to be in public too much. I don’t mind myself, but she’s much more reserved about it.

A black and white photo of a bearded man smiling at a woman with short hair wearing glasses.

Bryan Cranston and Annette Bening.

(Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times)

For the Selbees, who kept careful records of everything they did for the IRS and had never broken a single law, exploiting a lottery loophole was never about getting famous — or even getting rich. . As the winnings piled up, Jerry bought a new truck and trailer. The couple renovated their home and helped fund the education of their grandchildren and great-grandchildren. But there were no fancy sports cars, no new hot tubs, no lavish vacations.

“It really hasn’t affected our lives in any way other than giving us more financial security for our future,” Jerry says. “Other members [of the corporation] bought a timeshare or taken cruises. Marge and I didn’t do any of that. We just enjoyed life as it was.

Still, Jerry continued to keep tabs on other lotteries, looking for a similar flaw that could tip the scales in his favor. “There’s one in Florida that’s similar but not quite the same,” he says. “The Winfall was such a unique game. It was the only one you could win without luck, just based on pure mathematical and statistical probability.

These days, he’ll always pick up the occasional lottery ticket. But now it’s only for recreation.

“Once in a while I buy a Mega Millions ticket after the jackpot goes over $300 million, and I buy a Fantasy 5 ticket every once in a while after the jackpot goes over $250,000,” he says. “But I don’t spend more than $10. And I’m not going to go out and buy a new boat or anything based on whether I’m going to win the lottery.

BTS: why the South Korean pop sensation is taking such an important break https://kenthe390.com/bts-why-the-south-korean-pop-sensation-is-taking-such-an-important-break/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:10:00 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/bts-why-the-south-korean-pop-sensation-is-taking-such-an-important-break/

On June 14, South Korean pop sensation BTS dropped a bombshell.

After their nine-year run as the most successful K-Pop group, BTS announced on Tuesday that the group will be taking a “hiatus” to focus on their individual careers with a range of solo projects.

The band, which has sold over 32 million albums, is a worldwide phenomenon.

BTS announced it at BTS’s Festa dinner, where the septu group detailed plans for solo projects and told fans that they “need some time to take an extended break.”

The group had seven members – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook.

In the hour-long Festa video, the members reflected on their successful journey together before discussing plans for their solo projects.

RM stated that although they have achieved tremendous feats as a group, “the members have yet to develop and mature as individuals and artists.”

The group debuted in 2013 with their single “2 Cool 4 Skool” and released their first Korean-language studio album, Dark & ​​Wild, in 2014. The group’s second Korean studio album, Wings, was the first to sell one million copies in South Korea. In 2017, BTS entered the global music market, breaking many sales records.

In 2018, BTS released an eight-episode documentary on YouTube Premium based on behind-the-scenes footage from their Wings tour. They then released a theatrical version of their documentary titled Burn the Stage: The Movie in theaters, which reportedly grossed nearly $14 million in worldwide ticket sales in its opening weekend alone.

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According Forbes, the group was worth $50 million in 2020 and is the 47th highest-paid celebrity in the world. Some reports claim he is worth over $100 million now. In 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic interrupted their tours, the K-Pop group had grossed $170 million on the road, more than any American group except Metallica.

Along with their music, merchandise and tour earnings, BTS members had received 68,385 shares when Hybe Co, the agency that manages the group, went public.

According to the Korea Times, BTS has earned up to around $4.5 million for each approved Korean brand, and those fees have increased further when it comes to global endorsements.

The Bangtan Boys have served as brand ambassadors for Samsonite, Seoul Tourism, Louis Vuitton, Formula E, Puma, FILA, Coway, LG, Hyundai and Samsung, among others. The group was so influential that it would bring about $3.6 billion to the South Korean economy.

BTS has also released products with Baskin Robbins, New Era, Sidiz, LeSportsac, Sketchers, Mattel, Casetify, Tamagotchi, VT Cosmetics, and Jamie Wander. Cosmopolitan said their BTS Meal promotion at McDonald’s earned them over $8.5 million.

J-Hope is worth between $24-26 million, the highest-earning member among the seven, followed by Suga with $23-25 ​​million.

Jin reportedly spent $1.7 million in cash on his apartment. According to a Business Insider report, j-Hope spent $1.6 million, Jungkook $1.74 million, and Suga $3 million on their apartments.

Jin, who has a net worth of $20 million, earns extra money through his producing and writing credits on some of BTS’s albums in addition to their music releases and tours. He also ventured into the food industry, opening a Japanese-style restaurant in South Korea with his brother. The leader of the group, RM, earns a lot of money for his talent in songwriting.

Meanwhile, shares of Hybe Co plunged by a record high after the group’s hiatus was announced.

Hybe sank as much as 28% in Seoul on Wednesday, heading for its lowest-ever close since its October 2020 stock market debut and wiping out as much as $1.7 billion in market value.

J-Hope Explains Why He Yelled At His Bandmates With Run BTS https://kenthe390.com/j-hope-explains-why-he-yelled-at-his-bandmates-with-run-bts/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 05:15:29 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/j-hope-explains-why-he-yelled-at-his-bandmates-with-run-bts/

BTS members RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook released their new album Proof on June 10. The group will also perform it live on the ninth anniversary of their debut on June 13. One of the three new tracks featured on the anthology album was Run BTS, which J-Hope described as a tribute to his colleagues and their journey. Read also | BTS’s New Album Proof Is Out: Watch Yet To Come Music Video

Run BTS saw the rap line take center stage, with powerful verses from Suga, RM, and J-Hope. The lyrics refer to the seven band members as “seven runners” who have proven themselves through hard work and will continue to run as there will be more in the future.

In a recent interview with Weverse magazine, J-Hope discussed the song and the album. When asked about his shoutout to the other members, he explained, “They really went through a lot. That’s a fact. (laughs) We all went through a lot and worked hard. one word—gosaeng—to express it, and I put an “s” at the end to make gosaengs.We’ve conveyed many different messages with each of our albums, from What’s Your Dream in the School Trilogy to now. But then I asked myself, have I ever really conveyed a message to the other members? So when we were working on the album, I told them that I wanted to include something where I could say what I think of the others. What came out of that process was Run BTS, and I wanted to make it a shout out to the other members.”

When asked if he shouldn’t also be hailed for his journey, J-Hope said: “I’ve been through a lot, but I think I may be the one who gets the most pleasure from it. of what BTS is doing. Because, thanks to BTS, I can experience things that I would have wondered whether or not I could accomplish on my own.” The K-pop star also said of his album Proof, “It was a good time to show people who recently became ARMY how we got to where we are today and show all the topics that we’ve covered in the same place. And we think it’s also going to be an album that stirs deep emotions for the ARMYs who have been with us since the beginning. Our timeline is basically the ARMY timeline. We made it an album for the ARMYs who took this trip with us, one they would likely treasure, so we had a lot of fun revisiting old memories while doing it.”

J-Hope is set to mark another “memorable chapter” in his music career as he will headline the Lollapalooza festival, becoming the first South Korean artist to do so. The Lollapalooza festival will be held at Grant Park in Chicago from July 28 to July 31. K-pop group Tomorrow X Together (TXT) is set to perform on Saturday, July 30, while J-Hope will headline Sunday, July 31. Lollapalooza said of J-Hope’s performance, “His performance will go down in history, making him the first South Korean artist to headline the main stage at a major American music festival.”

Former member of J-pop group KAT-TUN tells court he used illegal stimulants https://kenthe390.com/former-member-of-j-pop-group-kat-tun-tells-court-he-used-illegal-stimulants/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 04:35:59 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/former-member-of-j-pop-group-kat-tun-tells-court-he-used-illegal-stimulants/

This file photo shows the building that houses the Nagoya District Court. (Mainichi/Shinichiro Kawase)

NAGOYA — A former member of Japanese pop group “KAT-TUN” admitted being charged with using illegal stimulants at a local hotel, among other allegations, during a June 10 court hearing.

According to the indictment, 36-year-old musician Koki Tanaka, of Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture, is charged with violating the Stimulants Control Act and the Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Act for allegedly using drugs at a hotel in the Naka district of Nagoya on or around February 24 and possession of liquid containing stimulants and controlled substances.

Prosecutors requested a two-year prison sentence, while Tanaka’s attorney requested a suspended sentence. The trial in the Nagoya District Court has concluded, with a decision expected on June 20.

At the June 10 hearing, prosecutors said Tanaka sought out a dealer on social media to supply him with stimulants so he could focus on his work without sleeping, and began using drugs around twice a month starting around September 2021. claimed that the defendant used the drugs to increase sexual arousal before meeting women, and that he deserved a severe sentence because of his proven substance dependence and habitual drug use.

The defense countered that Tanaka had been hospitalized for his drug problem and had already been subject to social sanctions.

Tanaka, who appeared in court wearing a black suit and mask, explained, “After I became independent, I even had to plan on my own. I just couldn’t handle everything. I I took drugs because of the pressure, worrying about my future and the stress.”

He said he wanted to return to showbusiness after reflecting on his actions and regaining his confidence. He said: “I’ve hurt people who are important to me and I’ve done the most horrible things a person could do. I’d like to live a life and never do those things again.”

(Japanese original by Kenichiro Fuji, Nagoya News Center)

]]> The Docket: local court summary for 6.9.22 https://kenthe390.com/the-docket-local-court-summary-for-6-9-22/ Thu, 09 Jun 2022 05:46:42 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/the-docket-local-court-summary-for-6-9-22/

Chesterfield Circuit Court

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. The Kilpatrick Company, LTD d/b/a Kilpatrick Company LTD; and Philip Kilpatrick
Plaintiff claims the Ohio company is in default of a loan agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $103,025.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/26/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Vinroe Builders & Commercial Maintenance, LLC d/b/a Vinroe Builders & Commercial Maintenance; and Dennis Vinroe Jr.
Plaintiff claims the Utah company is in default of a loan agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $60,550.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/26/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Ultimate Low Voltage, Inc. d/b/a Ultimate Low Voltage; and Jon Fenton
Plaintiff claims that the California company is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $49,042.50.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Timothy A. Hennigan of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/26/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Rico Cox d/b/a Cox & Cox Construction
Plaintiff claims the Ohio company is in default of a loan agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $41,171.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/26/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Wet Look Painting, LLC d/b/a Wet Look Painting; and Milagros Reyestavarezdeval
Plaintiff claims that the New Jersey company is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $45,931.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/26/2022

Henrico Circuit Court

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Perfect Roofing & Services, LLC d/b/a Perfect Roofing & Services; and Billie Turner
Plaintiff claims the Miami company is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $71,783.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/23/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. TK Electric, LLC d/b/a TK Electric; and Thomas Kyles Reaves
Plaintiff claims the Alabama company is in default of a loan agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $133,427.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/23/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Pop-A-Top Bottle Shop, LLC d/b/a Pop-A-Top Bottle Shop; and Tiffany Reid
The plaintiff alleges that the Texas company is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $97,625.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/23/2022

The McGurn Company, Inc. v. JL Builders, LC
Plaintiff says that Defendant, as general contractor for the development of a retail building on Plaintiff’s property at 10221 Washington Highway, Glen Allen, failed to complete the work within the required time frame and n failed to pay its subcontractors, resulting in the registration of a mechanic’s lien, preventing the plaintiff from the timely rental of the property. The plaintiff claims damages of $85,657.50.
Lawyers: Kevin J. Funk of Durrette, Arkema, Gerson & Gill
Filed: 01/06/2022

Patty Ruth Fowlkes v. Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital of Richmond, LLC; Jennifer R. Roberts, RN; Betty P. May, RN; Morgan S. Dickinson, FNP-C; Jeffrey M. Leary, MD; and Richmond Emergency Physicians, Inc.
The complainant, who had an altered mental state, says that on June 15, 2020, in the emergency department, she was assessed for a possible stroke or seizure and given Ativan, which caused further drowsiness, dizziness and a loss of coordination, and left alone in the room, and as a result, fell and hit her head hard on the floor. The Complainant says she suffered from a subdural hematoma and since her fall and head injury her condition has deteriorated significantly. The plaintiff seeks a judgment of $3 million.
Lawyers: J. Gregory Webb and Heather E. Zaug of Michie Hamlett
Filed: 03/06/2022

Richmond Circuit Court

Michael R. Agnew and Barbara M. Agnew v. Paul F. Enzinna, Esquire and Ellerman Enzinna, PLLC n/d/b/a Ellerman Enzinna Levy, PLLC
Plaintiffs allege that defendants failed to competently represent them in a petition to the United States Supreme Court for certiorari review of the Fourth Circuit’s February 22, 2017 decision in Agnew v. United Leasing Corporation, and seek compensatory damages in the amount of $2 million.
Lawyers: Steven S. Biss
Filed: 05/26/2022

FIMCO, Inc. d/b/a AG Spray Equipment c. Agway Farm & Home Supply, LLC
The plaintiff says the defendant failed to pay for the goods supplied and seeks judgment in the amount of $194,322.54.
Lawyers: J. Buckley Warden IV and John P. O’Malley of ThompsonMcMullan
Filed: 05/26/2022

David Moulton c. The Kroger Co. d/b/a Kroger Store #502; and Kroger Limited Partnership I
Plaintiff says that on/about June 5, 2020, he slipped and fell on a clear substance in the customer service area at 4816 S. Laburnum Ave., sustaining back injuries, and seeks a judgment of 74 $500.
Lawyers: John A. Merrick of Merrick Brock
Filed: 05/25/2022

Vladimir Sidorov c. Michael S. Donnenberg, MD; Jonathan Pan, MD; and the Commonwealth of Virginia
Plaintiff, a tenured professor at VCU, says he presented to the emergency department at VCU Medical Center on June 11, 2020 with fever, chills, headache, and left-sided abdominal pain, and has stated that he was concerned about malaria in connection with his travels, and due to negligent care at that time and thereafter, eventually developed neurological damage causally related to prolonged severe infection. The plaintiff seeks a judgment of $3 million.
Lawyers: John A. Merrick and Lester C. Brock of Merrick Brock
Filed: 05/25/2022

Jane JM Doe and Jane CD Doe c. The Richmond Ballet d/b/a Richmond Ballet; Stoner Winslett; Judy Jacob; Malcolm Burn; Jeri Kumery; Igor Antonov; and Cecile Tuzii
The plaintiffs allege that as former students and/or trainees of the Ballet, they were victims of physical and/or psychological abuse and/or exploitation which was known, permitted and tolerated by the defendants, and that the defendants permitted and encouraged the development of a culture that rewarded starvation, overtraining and exploitation of the health and safety of underage students and trainees in their charge, and plaintiff CD, a minor when she investigated from 2013 to 2017, alleges assault against Antonov. The plaintiffs seek compensatory damages of $10 million each and punitive damages of $350,000.
Lawyers: Jason M. Hart, Melissa Fry Hague and Michael R. Manara of Joel Bieber
Filed: 05/26/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Tubac Market LLC d/b/a Tubac Market/De Anza Gourmet Market; and Harold Busboom
Plaintiff claims the Arizona company is in default of a loan agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $86,222.25.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/25/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Hayes Custom Carpentry, LLC d/b/a Hayes Custom Carpentry; and Nicholas Hayes
The plaintiff claims that the New York company is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in the principal amount of $66,406.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/25/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. SNC Enterprises, Inc. d/b/a Regency Restoration Group & Finishing; and Leidy Carrazana
Plaintiff claims that the Miami company is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $68,589.25.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/25/2022

Kapitus Servicing, Inc. c. Guaranteed Home Services, LLC d/b/a Guaranteed Home Services; and Victor Smith
Plaintiff claims the Florida company is in default of a forward purchase agreement and seeks judgment in principal amount of $62,969.25.
Lawyers: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|Ballato
Filed: 05/25/2022

Estes Express Lines vs. Deer Valley Woodworks, LLC
The plaintiff says the Indiana company offered 40 shipments of goods between July and December 2021 under a price agreement and failed to pay. The plaintiff seeks a judgment of $93,002.91.
Attorneys: John T. Husk and Jeffrey E. Cox of Seaton & Husk
Filed: 05/27/2022

Snoop Dogg, Charlie Puth, HER, Silk Sonic, Epik High, Tiger JK, and More Join the K-pop Group as Special Guests https://kenthe390.com/snoop-dogg-charlie-puth-her-silk-sonic-epik-high-tiger-jk-and-more-join-the-k-pop-group-as-special-guests/ Tue, 07 Jun 2022 07:17:35 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/snoop-dogg-charlie-puth-her-silk-sonic-epik-high-tiger-jk-and-more-join-the-k-pop-group-as-special-guests/

BTS’s fame is such that there is no doubt that the K-Pop group is by far not only one of the most popular music groups today, but also among the most iconic of all time. , with Jin, J Hope, Jimin, Jungkook, V, Suga and RM (these are the members of BTS for the uninitiated) enjoying fame, fans, and an impact that transcends all ethnic, cultural, and geographic populations known to us. Thus, it is not surprising that ARMY (That’s what BTS fans the whole world refer to themselves as) can’t get enough BTS and be sure to keep up to date with every little development regarding the band. Here is an update on the BTS proof live concert and the special guest expected. Read also – Sara Ali Khan goes out combing her hair after the gym session; gets trolled for her skinny physique, netizens call her ‘malnourished’ [VIEW PICS]

About the BTS Proof Live concert

If you consider yourself part of the ARMY, then this latest BTS news should be right up your alley. For those who are excited about the special guest listed for the upcoming BTS Proof Live concert on June 13 at 9:00 p.m. KST (5:30 p.m. IST), which will air on BTS’s official YouTube channel, Bangtan TV, we have a piece of information that is sure to send you into overdrive. Now, while the announcement has already got everyone excited, what’s got everyone’s attention doubly is the lowercase “With Special Guest” that surely didn’t escape anyone’s eyes. ‘ARMY. So who is it ? Also Read – Box Office Pickup Day 4: Samrat Prithviraj fails Monday test, Vikram crosses Rs 100 crore mark, Major slows down

BTS Proof Life special guest

According to a report by Pinkvilla, the list of possibilities includes reputable names from the international music scene such as Snoop Dogg, Charlie Puth, HER, Silk Sonic, Epik High, Tiger JK, with a few others whose identities have not yet been announced. been determined. . It seems, however, that the final name will be among those mentioned above. It should also be noted that a few of them have collaborated with BTS before. ALSO READ – Ekta Kapoor stepped out in a glamorous black dress the day before her birthday, original shower love ‘Naagin’ Mouni Roy

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Platinum Party at the Palace review – you can see why the Queen didn’t show up | Music https://kenthe390.com/platinum-party-at-the-palace-review-you-can-see-why-the-queen-didnt-show-up-music/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 22:16:00 +0000 https://kenthe390.com/platinum-party-at-the-palace-review-you-can-see-why-the-queen-didnt-show-up-music/

JThe last time the exterior of Buckingham Palace and the Mall was transformed into a concert hall – for the Diamond Jubilee celebration hosted by Gary Barlow in 2012 – the Queen came halfway: a bit of timing which meant she arrived in time for Kylie, Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney but missed Jessie J, as well as Gary Barlow and Cheryl Tweedy’s unprovoked assault on Lady Antebellum’s Need You Now.

This time she took part in a skit with Paddington Bear, banging the beat to Queen’s We Will Rock You over a cup of tea before Queen themselves appeared – Brian May, wearing a jacket covered in badger designs , performing on a hydraulic rig – but didn’t show up in person at all, which was a surprise: What seemingly poor 96-year-old wouldn’t want to spend an evening watching Jax Jones and Sigala?

Not even a rare public appearance by disco’s most elusive superstar, Nile Rodgers – this time as a guest with Duran Duran – could tempt Her Majesty from the comfort of Windsor Castle.

She missed a show that became more visually spectacular as night fell and tried to be everything for everyone – selections from musicals and appearances by Royal Ballet dancers alongside Craig David and the TikTok-boosted teenage pop star Mimi Webb.

It was fun to watch the public utterly bewildered by Stefflon Don – it was clearly not Brexit they had voted for – even though even the most ardent Republican might be forced to admit the stars of TV coverage were Prince George and Princess Charlotte, aged eight and seven and visibly annoyed by it all: you were struck by the feeling that their parents could give in at any moment and give them their iPads.

Alicia Keys in action. Photography: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

The gig was on safer ground with Sam Ryder, who restored national pride at Eurovision, and indeed George Ezra, although the line from the Green Grass chorus about throwing a party on the day of your death has been suppressed with decor.

Presumably keen to sing of the unparalleled grandeur of an ancient colony outside Buckingham Palace, Alicia Keys changed the lyrics to Empire State of Mind so that they refer to London instead of New York.

Celeste and Hans Zimmer came up with an intriguing, dark take on What a Wonderful World, but what’s proven to be best: Elbow doing One Day Like This; Rod Stewart eschewed his own hits in favor of barking through guaranteed Sweet Caroline singing; a video of Elton John performing Your Song at Windsor Castle projected onto the facade of Buckingham Palace; and Diana Ross’ headlining performance, which started off shaky with a run through Chain Reaction and the title track from her latest album, but sped up dramatically with her Ain’t No Mountain High Enough finale. .

Before Ross’ appearance, Prince Charles made a joke about the cheering audience loud enough for the Queen to hear them at Windsor. In the unlikely event that she could, you wondered if the noise might have bothered her while she was busy watching something else.