A 37-year-old cab driver named Farrukh Afzal has been charged with assault & a hate crime after beating the hell out of a 62-year-old Hasidic Jewish man named Lipa Schwartz in New York. Schwartz claims he heard Afzal shout the words "Allah" & "Israel" during the savage beating. #movingUSforward 🇺🇸
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Dash has kept it under wraps for months.
While some celebrities like to announce their marriages on every platform possible, others rather keep things on the low. Stacey Dash happens to be one of the latter. According to PageSix, the conservative media personality married lawyer Jeffrey Marty way back in April in a secret ceremony. Sources close to the situation claim that Dash and Marty wed after knowing each other for only ten days. Apparently, it was love at first sight.
Dash, who started as an actress and video vixen, transitioned into the political world in the mid 00’s. Aligned with the right, Dash registered to run for California’s 44th congressional district. PageSix claims that Dash wanted to run for office to “free people from the shackles of a plantation mentality.” She filed to run for office on February 26, but dropped out a month later due to “the overall bitterness surrounding our political process.” She married Marty just a few days later.
Dash’s manager Kerry Jones would not comment on how the couple met or the specific reason why they kept the wedding a secret. “They wanted it on the D.L. [down low],” Jones told PageSix. The couple appears to be in a long distance relationship, as Dash lives in Los Angeles while Marty lives in Florida. Get the FULL details at www.itsKenBarbie.com #stacey#dash#staceydash#clueless#asif#thecookout#jeffreymarty#married#justmarried#newlyweds#entertainment#entertainmentnews#gossip#celebrities#celebrityblogger#kenbarbie#itskenbarbie
“We want education for our people that exposes the true nature of this decadent American society. We want an education that teaches us our true history and our role in the present-day society.” Two generations ago, a group of young people stood up and demanded education, housing, food, jobs and health care. It was a transformational move, still worthy of celebrating. To the Black Panther ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 Link in bio.
Happy birthday to Jacques Joseph Tissot, born #onthisday in Nantes in 1836! When Tissot turned twenty in 1856, he moved to Paris and three years later he made his well-received Salon debut. Though he lived in Paris, Tissot's caricature drawings frequently appeared in the popular English magazine @VanityFair
Tissot painted scenes of leisure and fashionable social occasions, such as couples strolling and fancy-dress balls, which were regularly exhibited at the Royal Academy. Tissot's depictions of fashionable life in the Victorian era are now regarded as his most significant work, such as the one above. “Portrait of the Marquise de Miramon, née Thérèse Feuillant” is currently on view at the #GettyCenter in the Museum’s West Pavilion.
Portrait of the Marquise de Miramon, née Thérèse Feuillant (detail), Jacques Joseph Tissot, 1866. Oil on canvas, 50 1/2 × 30 3/8 in.
Man suffers from rare congenital giant pigmented nevus, commonly know as giant furred moles.
Initially he only had black birthmarks but from the age of eight these started to grow thick black hair.
The congenital melanocytic nevus is a type of nevus (or mole) found in infants at birth. This type of birthmark occurs in an estimated 1% of infants worldwide. As compared with a melanocytic nevus, congenital melanocytic nevi are usually larger in diameter and may have excess terminal hair, a condition called hypertrichosis.
Melanocytic Nevi often grow proportionally to the body size as the child matures. As they mature, they often develop thickness, and become elevated, although these features can also be present from birth. Prominent terminal hairs often form, especially after puberty. With maturity, the nevus can have variation in color, and the surface might be textured with proliferative growths.
Large and especially giant congenital nevi are at higher risk for malignancy degeneration into melanoma. Because of the premalignant potential, it is an acceptable clinical practice to remove congenital nevi electively in all patients and relieve the nevocytic overload.