RHOBH’s Erika Jayne, Tom Girardi’s Divorce: Everything We Know

first_img“People are always like, ‘Oh, you guys don’t see each other a lot.’ But when we do see each other, it’s 100 percent, full-on attention,” the former Chicago star said in the February 2017 episode. “This is what people don’t understand. It’s not a detriment to the relationship. It’s actually helpful. It’s better than someone being in your face all the time and you’re not even present.”Scroll down for everything we know so far about the Girardis’ divorce. Six months into their relationship, Erika and the lawyer got engaged. They married in January 1999.“For the first 10 years of our marriage, I was by Tom’s side,” the “XXPEN$IVE” singer said in a February 2017 episode of RHOBH. “I was even the first lady of a couple legal organizations. Imagine that!”Due to Tom’s high-power job, he has only made a few appearances on the reality series since Erika joined the cast in 2015. It is likely that their divorce will play out during season 11, which began filming in early October 2020.- Advertisement – Pat the … divorce papers. After Erika Jayne went to court to end her marriage to Tom Girardi, Bravo fans were shocked to learn that what seemed like one of the strongest couples in Real Housewives history was not so picture-perfect after all.The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star announced in November 2020 that she and the powerhouse attorney had called it quits after 21 years of marriage. A source later told Us Weekly exclusively, “Erika and Tom had an unconventional marriage, spending a lot of time apart.”- Advertisement – Erika, who shares adult son Tommy with ex-husband Thomas Zizzo, met Tom in the late 1990s while waitressing at one of his favorite West Hollywood hot spots, Chasen’s. One year later, she decided to give him her phone number, and he subsequently reached out to her through his secretary.“I told her, ’Tell Mr. Girardi if he wants to take me out on a date, he needs to call me himself and ask me and give me enough time to prepare,’” the Bravo personality recalled in her 2018 memoir, Pretty Mess. “You know how men are, especially if they are successful. They expect you to drop everything right away. That’s not how I work, I don’t care who you are.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Higher regulated airfares could help airlines survive pandemic: INACA

first_imgDomestic airlines welcome the government’s plan to increase both ceiling and floor airfares since the policy could reduce airlines’ burden amid the pandemic that has left travel-related industries devastated, an industry group says.The Indonesia National Air Carrier Association (INACA) said higher ceiling prices could help airlines cope with a new regulation that caps passenger capacity at 50 percent per flight in support of the universal public health advice of physical distancing. The rule was stipulated in Transportation Ministerial Regulation No. 18/2020.“It is inevitable that with the decreasing seating capacity, the seat load factor [on airplanes] will be decreased too, and it will increase the cost per seat per aircraft,” said Denon on April 16. “To reduce our burden, the INACA positively responds to the Transportation Ministry plan to increase the ceiling and floor prices of airline tickets.” Civil aviation director general Novie Riyanto said the ministry was currently finalizing the ceiling and floor prices for airfares, which would consider stipulations in the new ministerial regulation on transportation controls to slow the spread of COVID-19.“The new ceiling and floor prices, however, will be temporarily imposed during the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB),” said Novie as quoted by Kontan on April 16.“The increase in ceiling and floor prices is implemented as a compensation for the airlines who have to bear losses because they are only allowed to fill a maximum of 50 percent of their total seat capacity for passengers.”The air travel industry is one of the hardest-hit sectors by COVID-19, which has led to a sharp drop in air travel demand globally. Finance Ministry data as of April 17 estimated that the national airlines’ revenue loss had reached Rp 207 billion as a result of the pandemic.Topics :last_img read more

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Old-west inspired cabin in the woods is the perfect pad to escape the modern world

first_imgNo Wi-Fi signal in here. The home could be a very unique Airbnb rental.“It is really idyllic,” she said.Although the home looks like it was from another century, she estimated that it was built about 10 years ago.She envisioned that the property could make an ideal purchase for someone to create a very unique Airbnb listing.As well as the wood cabin, the two-acre property has a dam with lilypads where people can relax by the water or try their luck at catching fish or yabbies. 15 Ball St HazledeanFor fans of HBO’s latest hit Westworld, this charming cabin in the woods could be the perfect way to live out your wild west fantasies.The rustic North Queensland cottage that is going to auction this weekend has a look straight out of the 1800s.The wooden cabin is on a two acre property at 15 Ball St, Hazledean, about 40 minutes out of Mackay. The clock is ticking on the Queensland Government’s boosted grant for first home buyers Perfect place to unwind.And despite the retro look, the home has running water, electricity, kitchen, as well as a fireplace for those cold winter nights.It will go to auction this Saturday, on-site at 11am. REVEALED: The Brisbane suburbs that offer a big discount compared to their neighbours With an old-west vibe, the home harks back to a time well before Wi-Fi, flatscreen TVs and the other conveniences of modern living. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours agoRe/Max Results principal Hayley Van De Van said the entire property was a “majestic little hideaway” from the modern world. Gatsby-esque American style mansion is the perfect place to party last_img read more

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Bulldogs Tracksters Successful At SD Invitational

first_imgThe Batesville Bulldogs Track and Field team traveled back to South Dearborn Monday night to finish up the eight team South Dearborn Invitational from April 20th that was stopped because of the weather.It was a battle all night back and forth between the Franklin County Wildcats and the Batesville Bulldogs. The boys came up 3 points short 107-104 to FC as the girls ended up in a dead tie with the Wildcats, both at 124 points. Unfortunately, the men’s pole vault ended up being canceled and not a part of the scoring as the high winds made it too dangerous to vault.Other teams and their scores in the invitational were…on the boys: Lbrug-93, Oldenburg-80, Switzerland County-40, South Dearborn-16, Rising Sun-14 and South Ripley-9 and for the girls: Switzerland County-107, South Dearborn-64, Oldenburg-59, SouthRipley-41, Lawrenceburg-8 and Rising Sun-7.Batesville had several champions, a meet MVP and two meet records broken. First, Garrett Wagner broke the 14 year old 110 meter hurdle record set by Batesville’s Matt Doll back in 1993 of 15.44-Garrett clocked a 15.06. Garrett also shaved a little moretime off his 300m hurdles record the he set last year of 40.53, but went through at 40.3 tonight. Another record was broken in the 3200, but Oldenburg Academy’s Curt Eckstein-breaking his own record and cruising through at 9:33.11, over a minute in frontof the rest of the field.Batesville’s Senior Caleb Moster was named the meet’s runner MVP as he scored the most points on the oval for the meet at 28.5. Caleb was on the winning 4 x 800m relay team, won the 800m run and came in 2nd for both the 1600m run and 3200m run.Individual Champions for the meet were:  Garrett Wagner-110m hurdles, 300m hurdles, 4 x 400m relay; Caleb Moster-800m run, 4 x 800m relay; Haylee Harmeyer-400m dash, 4 x 800m relay, 4 x 400m relay; Henry Lipinski-4 x 400m relay; Quinten Gowdy-4 x 400m relay, 4 x 800m relay; Ian Yorn-4 x 400m relay; Michael Ripperger-4 x 800m relay; Adam Moster-4 x 800m relay; Stephanie Nobbe-200m dash; Liz Loichinger-4 x 800m relay; Mary Poltrack-4 x 800m relay; Emma Gausman-4 x 800m relay; Alison Muckerheide-4 x 400m relay; Madeleine Robben-4 x 400m relaySarah Poltrack-4 x 400m relay.Congratulations to all the 1st place finishers!Runner up medals went to: Caleb Moster-1600m and 3200m run; Stephanie Nobbe-pole vault; Sarah Poltrack-1600m run; Emma Gausman-800m run; Liz Loichinger-3200m run; 4 x 100m relay team of Alison Muckerheide, Sophie Meadows, Morgan Meyer and Stephanie Nobbe;Also receiving medals for 3rd place were: Henry Lipinski-300m hurdles; Quinten Gowdy-800m run; Emma Gausman-1600m runMary Poltrack-3200m run; Madeleine Robben-400m dash.Scoring 4th place points were: Jon Kurtz-Discus; Ian Yorn-400m dash; Adam Moster-3200m run; Morgan Meyer-High Jump; Haylee Harmeyer-Long Jump; Stephanie Nobbe-100m dash; Sarah Poltrack-800m dash.5th place finishes were: Chris Laymon-Long Jump; Adam Moster- 1600m run; Gavin Koester-200m dash; Gabby Gibbs-High JumpAlison Muckerheide-Long Jump; Katherine Roell-Shot Put; Melanie Werner-Pole Vault.Finally finishing out the scoring in 6th place were: Henry Lipinski- Long Jump; Michael Ripperger-1600m run; Peyton Meyer-200m dash; Alison Muckerheide-100m dash; Madeleine Robben-200m dash.There were many personal records broken, even in the windy weather. They are: Caleb Moster-800m run, Adam Moster, Michael Ripperger and Taylor Meyers-1600m run, Liz Loichinger-3200m run, Katherine Roell-shot put, Jon Kurtz, Ben Krieg and KatherineRoell-discus, Henry Lipinski, Chris Laymon and Haylee Harmeyer- long jump, Madeleine Robben, Alison Muckerheide, Sarah Poltrack and Haylee Harmeyer-4 x 400m relay split.Congratulations to everyone!This week the Bulldogs will celebrate their 17 seniors as they host the County meet on either Thursday or Friday, depending on the weather. So come on out to the track and chear them on! Start time is 5pm. Come help us celebrate!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Lisa Gausman.last_img read more

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Donald Ray Bowling

first_imgDonald Ray Bowling, 82, of Dillsboro, passed away Tuesday March 10, 2020 in Dillsboro, Indiana. Donald lived in Aurora for 50 years and moved to Dillsboro in 2017.He was born March 13, 1937 in Williamstown, KY, son of the late Elige Bowling and Nancy (Spurlock) Bowling.Donald served his country as a member of the United States Air Force.He was a Rising Sun High School graduate. Donald worked as a Route Auditor for Coca-Cola, retiring after over 28 years of service. He was with the Aurora Fire Department from 1964-1975, and was the Chief from 1972-1975.He was an avid reader, his favorite Author was the Western Novelist, Louis L’Amour. He loved the outdoors, especially fishing or just tinkering in the garage. His family was very important to him, he especially enjoyed the large family gatherings and he will be greatly missed.Donald is survived by his loving spouse of 62 years, Winnifred Wittke Bowling; children, Chris Bowling of Dillsboro, IN, Brian (Diane) Bowling of Rising Sun, IN, Mark (Dianna) Bowling of Cary, IL, Jerlyn (formerly Chipman) Ziegler of Lawrenceburg, IN, Joan (formerly Randall) (Keith) Gordon of Dillsboro, IN, Karen (Mike) Helmle of Petersburg, KY; 22 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents and nine siblings.Friends will be received Tuesday, March 17, 2020, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 203 Fourth Street, Aurora, Indiana.Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 12:00 pm at the church with Father Ben Syberg officiating.Interment will follow in the Rising Sun New Cemetery, Rising Sun, Indiana. Aurora Fire Department will be honoring Donald with services at the cemetery. Military graveside services will be conducted by members of local Veterans Service Organizations.Contributions may be made to the St. Mary’s Catholic Church or the Aurora Fire Department. If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.comlast_img read more

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Ashley begins manager search

first_img Press Association The sportswear tycoon, currently on holiday in Barbados, had already put the wheels in motion amid fevered speculation over the identity of the seventh permanent boss to occupy the St James’ Park hot-seat during his seven and a half year reign to date. Many of the names thrown up by the rumour mill have already been discounted by sources on Tyneside with current skipper Fabricio Coloccini and former York boss Nigel Worthington at the top of that list, while former Palace manager Tony Pulis and Tottenham counterpart Tim Sherwood are also understood not to be in the running. Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has launched the search for a new manager with Alan Pardew’s departure for Crystal Palace imminent. Managing director Lee Charnley is the man conducting the search on Ashley’s behalf, although the club is unlikely to make a snap decision and Press Association Sport understands Pardew’s assistant John Carver and first-team coach Steve Stone will take care of team affairs for Thursday’s Barclays Premier League fixture against Burnley and the FA Cup third round trip to Leicester two days later. Carver, who will be without striker Papiss Cisse for three games after he accepted a Football Association violent conduct charge for elbowing Everton defender Seamus Coleman on Sunday, could be considered an outside candidate for the job on a permanent basis, although current Hull manager and fellow Geordie Steve Bruce may have stronger claims. There has been popular support for the club’s football development manager Peter Beardsley, while St-Etienne boss Christophe Galtier has been linked with the club on several occasions. However, Ajax manager Frank de Boer has ruled himself out and Ashley’s unwillingness to pay compensation makes a move for Derby’s Steve McClaren, who signed a three-year deal in August, unlikely. But what is clear is that Newcastle are unlikely to deviate from the club’s established masterplan as they look for a way forward, and whoever slips into Pardew’s shoes will have to buy into the same model under which he has operated during his time at the club. That blueprint, which involves recruiting players with potential, developing them and selling them at a profit, as the club did with Yohan Cabaye and Mathieu Debuchy, is managed by chief scout Graham Carr, who like the manager, was handed an eight-year contract back in 2012, and he is likely to have a significant influence in identifying the number one choice. Reports have suggested that Pardew decided to call it a day after being told there would not be significant investment in the squad during the forthcoming transfer window, and fearing that key players, midfielder Moussa Sissoko among them, could be sold next month. But it is understood that he had been given assurances that the Magpies would remain “extremely strong” on that front and would not be allowing the likes of the France international, who has been linked with Paris St Germain and Arsenal, to leave in January. The Magpies sit in 10th place in the table after their 3-2 win over Everton, two places better off then they were when Pardew arrived in December 2010 as a hugely controversial replacement for Chris Hughton. What has transpired since has been eventful to say the least with the Londoner having ridden out a series of storms on and off the pitch, with Ashley repeatedly selling his best players from under him and not replacing them in the short term, but showing commendable support – other than his ill-fated decision to parachute in Joe Kinnear as director of football – in the face of fierce criticism from a vocal section of the club’s own support. His exit will bring an end to a difficult period in his managerial career, but the repercussions could prove equally intriguing back as Tyneside awaits developments. last_img read more

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Newcastle closing in on Mitrovic

first_img “But certainly from the feedback back home they are working very hard to bring one or two players back in.” Mitrovic was pictured by Sky Sports News arriving on Tyneside on Sunday. On Saturday, Mitrovic wrote on his Facebook page: “It’s over! Again in black and white :)) Thank you RSC Anderlecht ! Thank you for everything!” The reference to black and white reflects the colours of Partizan Belgrade, his former club, and Newcastle. Following the deal to bring Georginio Wijnaldum to St James’ Park from PSV Eindhoven, manager Steve McClaren has turned to 20-year-old Serbian Mitrovic to strengthen his attack. McClaren, quoted by the Chronicle while on Newcastle’s United States tour, said of transfer dealings: “We are very close to something. There is a lot of speculation and pre-empting of decisions. Press Associationcenter_img Newcastle are expected to make Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic their next summer signing.last_img read more

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Arum, King to feature at WBA Convention

first_imgBOXING legends Don King and Bob Arum will be the stars of the ‘99 Years of WBA History’ forum, scheduled for July 2 during the World Boxing Association’s 99th Convention.Both promoters have lived through most of boxing’s history in the 20th and 21st centuries and worked closely with several WBA presidents.Arum’s participation was announced a couple of weeks ago, and King’s was recently confirmed. Both will join President Gilberto Jesús Mendoza at the forum.Don King has been involved in some of the greatest fights in history, with fighters like Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson.Today he’s still active and is an encyclopaedia of the sport. His knowledge is invaluable, as well as the experience and stories he has gained through his career as a world-class promoter. (Fightnews)last_img read more

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Depleted Lakers earn ugly 96-90 win over Bulls to even record

first_imgAll of which helped the Lakers (10-10) move back to the .500 mark and experience a dose of good news after experiencing recent turmoil. The Lakers learned earlier on Wednesday that Young would stay sidelined between two to four weeks after an MRI determined he had a strained calf muscle in his right leg. Russell remains sidelined for at least a week after having a non-invasive procedure last week to treat his sore left knee.That left Young feeling hesitant beforehand to pinpoint one specific player that could cover his absence.“I don’t want to say replace,” Young said. “Replace is a tough word.”Young then called for Lakers rookie forward Brandon Ingram to receive more playing time. He touted the scoring abilities that Lou Williams and Jordan Clarkson have shown as reserves. Young even called on Lakers center Timofey Mozgov to make more 3-pointers.If only it were so easy. CHICAGO >> The Lakers could not rely on D’Angelo Russell having ice in his veins. Nor could the Lakers depend on Nick Young stealing the ball from a teammate to take the game-winning shot.Even if the Lakers’ offense often looked ugly without their starting backcourt, they still found a way to make key shots to secure a 96-90 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday at United Center.In only his second game since missing the previous three with a hip pointer, Julius Randle cemented his sixth double-double of the season by driving for a layup that gave the Lakers a 92-90 lead with 45.1 seconds to play. He then made one out of two free-throw attempts to ice the game.After spending most of his 12-year NBA career drawing fouls anytime he wanted to, Lakers guard Lou Williams baited Chicago guard Rajon Rondo into sending him to the free-throw line. Williams then made one of two foul shots. When Chicago forward Jimmy Butler air-balled a potential game-tying 3-pointer, Williams forced the ball out of bounds. The Lakers showed that their ability to generate offense came in between plenty of sloppy play. It only illustrated the Lakers’ otherwise well-oiled offense this year depended plenty on Russell’s playmaking and Young’s shot-taking.The Lakers still featured Williams (18 points), Clarkson (18) and Larry Nance Jr. (12) scoring in double digits and showing why they are the NBA’s top bench unit in scoring. Randle had 13 points and 20 rebounds and forward Luol Deng had his most productive game thus far wearing a purple and gold uniform (10 points).Yet, the Lakers showed plenty of qualities that contradicted why they boasted one of the league’s top-ranked offenses thus far. With the Lakers shooting 40.7 percent from the field, Williams (4 of 12), Randle (4 of 13), Deng (3 of 9) and Ingram (1 of 9) were the most egregious offenders. The Lakers committed 24 turnovers; Chicago scoring 26 points off the miscues.But even if the Lakers also committed 24 fouls, the Bulls (10-7) only shot 35.2 percent from the field. Despite the Lakers’ offensive miscues, they still grinded through a win by making key plays without their two top playmakers.center_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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