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Katie Holmes - Bobby Wooten-Iii - Katie Holmes looks effortlessly chic in a pink camisole and light jeans as she runs errands in NY - dailymail.co.uk - New York - New York - county Creek
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Katie Holmes looks effortlessly chic in a pink camisole and light jeans as she runs errands in NY
Katie Holmes looked chic while running errands in New York City on Monday.The Batman Begins actress, 43, was effortlessly stylish while sporting a light pink camisole tucked into a pair of oversized jeans, which she paired with gold flip flops.The star accessorized with an elegant burgundy purse, and protected herself from COVID-19, wearing a white face mask for the outing.  Chic: Katie Holmes looked chic in a light pink camisole tucked into a pair of oversized jeans while running errands in New York City on MondayThe ex-wife of Tom Cruise wore her brunette strands in a straight style, and halfway pinned in the back. Holmes - who found fame as Joey Potter on the television series Dawson's Creek in 1998 - rocked a matching burgundy manicure and pedicure for the outing.  The busy mom-of-one carried a black shopping bag in her hand as she made her way down the street.   Elegant: The Batman Begins actress, 43, accessorized with an elegant burgundy purse, and stayed safe for the outing, wearing a white face mask Missing from the adventure was her new boyfriend Bobby Wooten III.The couple - who went public earlier this year - have been spending plenty of time together as of late, and were recently seen grabbing lunch together in New York.Romantic rumors about Wooten III and Holmes first broke in April of this year after they were spotted holding hands near the Guggenheim Museum.They made their first red carpet appearance the following month at The Moth’s 25th Anniversary Gala.
Dan Levy - Schitt's Creek's Sarah Levy announces she's expecting first child with husband Graham Outerbridge - dailymail.co.uk - California - Canada - county Levy - city Santa Monica, state California - county Creek
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Schitt's Creek's Sarah Levy announces she's expecting first child with husband Graham Outerbridge
Schitt's Creek actress Sarah Levy is expecting her first child with her spouse Graham Outerbridge.The Toronto-born actress, 35, took to Instagram on Monday with a shot of herself posing with her hand on her belly bump.Levy, who played the role of Twyla Sands on the comedy show, donned a button-up white linen shirt in the post with pink and white striped shorts, accessorizing with a fedora. The latest:Schitt's Creek actress Sarah Levy is expecting her first child with her spouse Graham Outerbridge.The Toronto-born actress, 35, took to Instagram on Monday with a shot of herself posing with her hand on her belly bump'We’ll take all the salt & vinegar chips and the hottest hot sauce you have, thx!' Levy captioned the shot.Levy received a number of supportive responses from friends to the big news, as her Schitt's Creek co-star Jennifer Robertson wrote, 'Sarah!!!!! I’m SO excited for you and Graham! I’ll send you All Dressed chips from Canada!!!' Lifestyle expert Emily Schuman wrote, 'Eeeee over the moon happy for you, congratulations!!!' while fitness professional Kelsey Heenan wrote, 'You are amazing! also I’m going to need a debrief of your fave hot sauces.'Broadcaster Katie Couric wrote, 'Congratulations!!!!!' to the expectant mom.
Transgender - Trans Oklahomans sue over birth certificates - metroweekly.com - Oklahoma - Columbia - county Creek
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Trans Oklahomans sue over birth certificates
Two transgender men and one trans woman have sued the state of Oklahoma over its efforts to block them from amending the gender on their birth certificates.The lawsuit, filed in federal court by Lambda Legal on behalf of Tulsa residents Rowan Fowler, Allister Hall, and a Creek County resident who chose to remain anonymous, using the initials C.R., alleges that the three faced intentional discrimination “on the basis of [their] transgender status” when they were barred from changing the gender marker on their birth certificate to align with their gender identity.The lawsuit names Republican Governor Kevin Stitt, Oklahoma Commissioner of Health Keith Reed, and registrar of vital records Kelly Baker as defendants in the lawsuit.The prohibition on amending gender markers was imposed by Stitt after he issued an executive order banning the practice. Stitt issued the order in response to outrage from his fellow Republicans after the state’s Department of Health complied with a judge’s order and approved an amended birth certificate with a nonbinary gender marker.The original plaintiff in the case leading to that decision, Kit Lorelied, had sued after being denied the right to have their correct gender reflected on their birth certificate, as trans and nonbinary individuals are currently able to do in 17 states and the District of Columbia.Stitt has since urged the state legislature to ban “nonbinary gender markers” on vital documents — a proposal that is currently being considered by the state’s senate.
Thornton Wilder celebrated on 125th anniversary of his birth - abcnews.go.com - New York - California - Florida - Houston - Washington, area District Of Columbia - Columbia - county Mesa - county Sarasota - county Creek - city Our
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Thornton Wilder celebrated on 125th anniversary of his birth
NEW YORK -- Playwright and author Thornton Wilder is being honored in multiple ways during 2022, with new productions of his plays, the first-ever staging of an unfinished script and new editions of his works being published to mark the 125th anniversary of his birth.Wilder (1897-1975) earned three Pulitzers during his career. The first was in 1928, for his novel “The Bridge of San Luis Rey,” and the third was in 1942 for the play “The Skin of Our Teeth.” He is perhaps best known for the 1938 Pulitzer-winning play “Our Town,” about the preciousness of life’s everyday moments.A highlight of the anniversary year will be the release of a new short documentary film, “Thornton Wilder: It’s Time,” on April 27 as part of an evening celebrating Wilder at Lincoln Center Theater, where his play “The Skin of Our Teeth” is being revived on Broadway this spring and opens April 25.There are also “Our Town” revivals at Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Florida, ending March 26; Center REPertory at the Lesher Center in Walnut Creek, California, from April 15-May 7; Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., from May 12-June 11; and South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, California, from May 7-June 4.Wilder's unfinished play “The Emporium” will be staged in June by the Alley Theatre in Houston, adapted by Kirk Lynn and directed by Rob Melrose, artistic director of the Alley Theatre.
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