Every year, U.S. prisons and jails release nearly 700,000 men and women back into society. Many people impacted by incarceration leave prison without much more than the clothes on their back and enough money for a few meals. While opportunities do exist for people who are incarcerated to continue their education and learn marketable skills
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(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) For the last two decades, Bruce Flatt has been the CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, growing it to become the second-largest alternatives firm in the world. He oversees more than $725 billion in assets spanning a diverse portfolio comprised of real estate, private equity, infrastructure, energy transition, credit,
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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. An aspect of UI/UX design that many developers have firmly internalized is the fluidity of design and development trends and their ability to shift and change throughout time. Always at the cusp of something new, something more innovative and something much more comprehensible, design trends change when your
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The arthouse never died. If you want to keep it alive, just make more jaw-dropping, outrageous fare which can excite the 18-34 crowd. That’s the trick, and that’s what A24 did with the Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert directed martial arts family fantasy feature, Everything Everywhere All at Once, which by Sunday will become A24’s highest
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Photography courtesy of Chanel An expedition to Grasse, the heart of French perfumery, uncovers the secrets behind one of the world’s most-sought-after scents. By Wing Sze Tang Date May 20, 2022 Facebook Twitter Spritz a fine mist of Chanel No. 5 and you won’t be reminded of a flower. Launched in 1921, the fragrance famously
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Caring for your mental health has never felt more vital — and yet, it often gets pushed to the back-burner. So it’s time for a fresh start, and we’re tapping into the power of community to create a stronger-than-ever support system. To help you embrace Mental Health Awareness Month, we partnered with Revlon and the
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In this article KSS Customers leave a Kohl’s store on November 12, 2015 in San Rafael, California. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images News | Getty Images Kohl’s on Thursday said final and fully-financed bids from potential buyers are expected in the coming weeks, as the retailer faces pressure from activists to sell. Chief Executive Officer
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The Innocents, set in a semi-deserted, nondescript high-rise apartment, follows four lonely kids who find each other as well as mind-bending powers one summer, to lethal effect. The horror pic launched at Cannes last year and arrived Stateside last weekend via IFC Midnight in a limited theatrical plus digital release after playing New Directors/New Films.
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Photography courtesy of Emilio PucciThis season’s looking pretty groovy. By Ivy Tang Date May 19, 2022 Facebook Twitter Seventies-era fashion is having a moment. Brands such as Gucci, Paco Rabanne and Vivetta are drawing inspiration from the decade’s signature styles, including wide-leg pants, cartoon daisy prints and dramatic swirls. The ’70s were a time of
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by Colleen Hoover ‧ RELEASE DATE: Jan. 18, 2022 After being released from prison, a young woman tries to reconnect with her 5-year-old daughter despite having killed the girl’s father. Kenna didn’t even know she was pregnant until after she was sent to prison for murdering her boyfriend, Scotty. When her baby girl, Diem, was
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Colin Kaepernick is releasing a YA graphic memoir that will be based on his high school years. The former Super Bowl quarterback and activist who started the publishing imprint Kaepernick Publishing in 2019 is the author of the bestselling children’s book I Color Myself Different. The new graphic memoir will be his first young adult
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