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Oct 26, 2018

North Las Vegas family mourns mother, 2 siblings shot to death

He was our Doctor Doolittle,” De’Angelo Nash said. De’Andre Nash’s 8-year-old son, De’Anthony, said losing his grandmother has left him feeling “horribly sad.” His grandma took them shopping for Halloween toys and candy last month, he said. And their uncle let them play with his many pets, including his dog Jamaica and his iguana. His aunt took them to her job at a Burger King and let them have free chocolate and vanilla ice cream, De’Anthony recalled. ‘My baby’ The brothers called their late sister “Nae Nae.” Tears ran down their cheeks when asked about her. They took a moment to collect themselves. De’Angelo Nash spoke first. “That was my baby,” he said. Their 20-year-old sister was raised with her three brothers and was a strong woman who stood up for herself and her family, De’Andre Nash said. She was raising a baby girl, Beautiful, that she gave birth to this year, family friend Phantasia Mack said. She would often make breakfast for the family and anybody else under the roof, the brothers said. She’d try to cook “anything” and would keep trying until she got it right, they said. “Even if she couldn’t do it, she was trying,” De’Andre Nash said. The young mother had no problem telling her older brothers to “move, bro,” he said while making a shoving motion with his arm. She got that from her mom, with whom she shared a birthday, De’Andre Nash said. She would have turned 21 this December. De’Andre Nash and his mother were planning a party. “My little sister was something else, man,” he said, wiping an eye with his hand. Little insight The father of her child was also shot Sunday, but he was taken to University Medical Center with survivable injuries. The family knows little of what happened that night other than what the detectives have told them, Mack said. Family members, who had been at a nearby Dotty’s, were shot in the parking lot by a man who fled in a car, Mack said. “We don’t know him. We don’t even know who it is,” she said. North Las Vegas police spokesman Aaron Patty said detectives had developed a few leads on a possible shooter but hadn’t made any arrests as of Tuesday evening. “We’re just giving the detectives the chance to work that before they’re ready to put something out to the public,” Patty said. In the meantime, he encouraged anybody with information to call North Las Vegas police at 702-633-9111. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555. Contact Mike Shoro at mshoro@reviewjournal.com or 702-387-5290. Follow @mike_shoro on Twitter. West Lake Mead Boulevard and Simmons Street, Las Vegas, Nevada ...

Sep 10, 2018

Maui Obituary Notices: Week of August 12, 2018

Gavi is survived by wife Christine Kepa'a, daughter Lauren Tam Sing (Tracy), son Dustin Torres, grandson Keahinōweo Tam Sing, brothers Glenn and Anthony Kepa'a and David, Wendell, and Terry Rodrigues, sisters Debbie Mejia and Gwendolyn Castro, hanai sister Janet Duey along with many nephews, nieces, cousins, friends, and other loved ones. He will be laid to rest with the other brave heroes at the Maui Veterans Cemetery in Makawao on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 11am. No flowers, casual attire. ADVERTISEMENT Frank FernandezMay 27, 1926 – August 5, 2018Frank is survived by his wife, Gabriella Fernandez; son, Frank (Abilene) Fernandez Jr.; daughters, Joanne (Ernest) Cabral, Susie (Melvin) Mendes; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.Private family services held. In lieu of donations, the family requests memorial contributions to be made to a charity or church of your choice.Elijah K. KamalaniMay 5, 2000 – August 1, 2018Elijah K. Kamalani, 18 of Kihei, passed away on August 1, 2018. He was born on May 5, 2000 in Wailuku.Visitation 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 11, 2018, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Kahului West Stake Center, service will begin at 10:30 a.m., burial 12:30 p.m. at Valley Isle Memorial Park.Elijah is survived by his parents, David and Shawndelle Kamalani; siblings, Keloni (Kat) Kamalani, Sariah Kamalani, Enoch Kamalani, Sienna Kamalani, and Ezekiel Kamalani; grandparents, David and Kiyoko Kamalani, Everett and Carolyn Ferreira; great-grandmother, Eleanor Ferreira; uncles, Daniel (Kathi) Kamalani, Everett (Christopher) Ferreira Jr., Eli (Katie) Ferreira; aunties, Shannon (Marlon) Domingo, Sheri (Marcus) Lucas; and numerous cousins, nieces, and nephews.Grace AgresGrace AgresAugust 7, 1954 – July 27, 2018Grace Mariles Gumtang Agres, 63, of Kahului, Maui, passed away on July 27, 2018, at her home under Islands Hospice, with her loving family by her side. She was born on August 7, 1954, in the Philippines.Visitation will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 17, 2018, at Christ the King Church Kahului; mass will begin at 7:00 p.m. Service and burial will also be held in the Philippines at a later date. Norman's Mortuary is assisting with arrangements.Grace was a retired cashier at Walmart Kahului. She is survived by her loving husband, Palmarin Agres; son, Jan Marc Agres (Jessica Lorenzo); daughters, Danica Suerte Agres (Eric Lopez), Carmina Agres Lucas (Augie), Noelle Christianne Agres, Shaeanne Ocampo; sisters, Joybelle Agustin (Reynaldo), Leticia Rafada; nephew, Joel Anthony; sisters-in-law, Marina Pillos (Danilo), Aida Agres...

Jun 14, 2018

Funeral arrangements set for Grupo Mazz frontman Jimmy Gonzalez

Yolanda Solis. He was the proud grandfather of 10: Lee Michael Jr., Dominic James, Jaymee Leigh, Myranda Jolie, Miranda Larysse, Nicholas Anthony, Meagan Grace, Henry Lee, and Sofia Lee. Jimmy will also be missed by his siblings: Beatriz "Bea" Villarreal, Julia "Lulu" Garza, Tommie "Magill" (Betty) Gonzalez, Cindy (Adolfo) Garcia and Norma Lee (Lonnie) Valdez along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family members.According to the funeral home, ‘In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts in Jimmy's name may be made to the Gonzalez Family Fund at any IBC bank, account #1012511023.'...

Jun 14, 2018

Flowers and feminism

The male actors gave creditable performances in roles that were basically setups for the women. I especially enjoyed Andy Hafer as Anthony Wilding, the castle’s owner, who showed up mostly to flirt with the women and provide comic relief with Costanza the cook (a very funny Natalie Valencia). When the men arrive at San Salvatore, the characters resolve their issues so that everybody can go home happy and in love. For the women, this means they have relationships with their men that are based on equality. And those who have experienced loss are able once again to smile at life. ...

Mar 8, 2018

Dior's '60s flower power celebrates women's rights in Paris

The effect was intentional. Anthony Vaccarello has consistently created dark atmospherics in his presentations since becoming Saint Laurent designer in 2016.Huge fringed boots, black mini dresses and voluminous sleeves in black gave way to loose metallic disco dresses with strong shoulders and plunging necklines. They shimmered in the dappled light.There was a brooding sensuality in many of the details, such as shiny black leather gloves or a black fur band wrapping the bust that was set against naked shoulders.The piece de resistance?A black column dress that evoked a tuxedo and had a front section artfully cut out. Instead of a white shirt, the opening revealed a bare chest.___JACQUEMUS KICKS OFF PARIS FASHION WEEKFrench fashionistas flocked to the front row beneath the lofty ceilings of the Petit Palais — from model Farida Khelfa to legendary couturiere Christian Lacroix — in a testament to the growing star power of designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, whose collection now opens the Paris Fashion Week calendar.Capitalizing on the current buzz, the 28-year-old this month announced he's expanding into menswear.His fall-winter display went on a journey to Morocco, a country that Jacquemus has said he often retreats to after Fashion Week. Exaggerated proportions of fabric defined the exotic silhouettes— in split skirts, gargantuan wrap-hats, pleated culottes or coats with a round."This winter, I got lost in the souks again," Jacquemus quipped.A silken kaftan in light French beige flowed with an Eastern feel thanks to loose proportions — and trompe l'oeil pants that billowed by like a skirt.The well-executed 58-piece collection featured pigment colors and had several standout moments. The front of one frayed skirt in dark vanilla was imagined as a hoop of fabric. And the stilettos, with heels made of giant colored beads, had many in the audience whipping out their cameras.___MARINE SERRE, FRANCE'S RISING STARMarine Serre, 26, hosted her debut ready-to-wear show in Paris, hot off the (stylish) heels of winning the prestigious LVMH Prize.She was the first designer in history to have won the French luxury giant award without having launched an official brand. The French designer — who's worked at Balenciaga — has quickly won praise for her athletic silhouettes that were given fashion-forward vibrancy with prints.In Tuesday's eclectic collection, Serre's foulard-print style pollinated onto loose layered boho skirts amid flashes of bright color. Body-hugging leggings, bodices and head caps had a sportswear feel with a crescent-moon print.In a surreal turn, a 1-meter-square silk scarf was used as an earring. (Myrtle Beach Sun News)

Dec 29, 2017

A Colorado baker, a Richland florist: Do religious beliefs justify discrimination?

The case drew an unusually long 90-minute argument before the Supreme Court and more than 100 amici curiae briefs.Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, author of seminal gay rights opinions, appeared likely the deciding vote.With the Trump administration arguing the case of baker Jack Phillips, Kennedy asked whether Phillips could have put a sign in the window: "We don't bake cakes for gay weddings." He described the administration's argument as offensive to the "dignity" of LGBTQ people.But Kennedy took Colorado officials to task in their treatment of Phillips, saying: "It seems to me the state in its position has been neither tolerant nor respectful of Mr. Phillips' religious beliefs." The justice suggested a state civil rights commission was excessive when it ordered Phillips to have remedial training for his workers.The case poses a basic question: Can religious beliefs be used to get around laws that forbid discrimination based on sexual preference or gender identity?Yes, the religious right has argued. "Pray that the Supreme Court will protect religious liberty and people of faith across our nation," evangelist Franklin Graham tweeted, with a picture of Jack Phillips.No, said the state of Washington in a strongly worked amicus curiae brief."Allowing commercial businesses to use the First Amendment as a shield for discriminatory conduct would undermine state civil rights law and the vital benefits they provide to residents and visitors , leaving behind a society separate and unequal by law," said the brief, filed by Attorney General Bob Ferguson.EMAIL NEWSLETTERS: Get breaking news and the day's top stories in your inbox"Many Americans would face exclusion from a host of everyday businesses or, at the very least, the ever-present threat that any business owner could refuse to serve them when they walk in the door -- simply because of their sexual orientation, or their race, religion or gender".The Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative legal group, has represented both Phillips in Colorado and Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers, in this state.The group's attorney Kristen Waggoner, described Phillips' wedding cake as a "temporary sculpture", and that his services cannot be equated to other vendors."The tailor is not engaging in speech, nor is the chef," Waggoner argued."The baker is engaged in speech, but the chef is not engaging in speech?" asked Justice Elena Kagan.Phillips has argued through the case that he is a creative artist, befitting the title "Masterpiece Cakeshop." The Trump administration argued that under the First Amendment, Phillips is protected from crafting something that "inherently" sends a message opposed to his religious beliefs.But Justice Sonia Sotomayor noted that Subway sand...