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Lisa Banes, who appeared in movies like Gone Girl and A Cure for Wellness has died of complications from a traumatic brain injury. She was 65 years old.
She had been crossing the street when she was hit by a person on a scooter who had just run a red light.
“The driver did not stop but continued,” her manager said. “Luckily, she was relatively close to the hospital and she was able to be transported there.”
“We are heartsick over Lisa’s tragic and senseless passing,” her manager said. “She was a woman of great spirit, kindness and generosity and dedicated to her work, whether on stage or in front of a camera and even more so to her wife, family and friends. We were blessed to have had her in our lives.”
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The Federal Reserve will end its two-day meeting this week. While they are not expected to take any policy actions during this meeting, they should be releasing some new economic forecasts as well as providing insight into potentially tapering its bond-buying program.
There’s a chance it could pencil in an initial rate hike in 2023. In its previous forecast, there was no consensus for a rate hike among Fed officials though 2023.
“I think the commentary and the press conference will be interesting. There’s clearly a division on the board and among the Fed presidents about how strong the economy is, and whether it’s time to start evolving the policy,” said Rick Rieder, chief investment officer global fixed income at BlackRock.
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HACK YOUR LIFE
As Americans return to work en masse in the coming weeks and months, a new problem arises. For those, who’ve found a way to eke out a little work-workout balance during this strange societal pause, the question now is: How can we keep these healthy habits even as we return to the office?
Returning to the office will mean altering the work-from-home beauty and hygiene habits and establishing new workout routines. Could a simple change to the way Americans equip themselves for their practices really be enough to continue their newly learned healthy habits?
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LEARNING FROM THE PAST
On this day in 1884, America’s first roller coaster opened in the famed Coney Island Amusement Park in Brooklyn, New York.
The roller coaster was considered a switchback railway and it traveled at six miles per hour. Admission for the new coaster originally cost one nickel.
America quickly fell in love with the coaster and it was considered an instant success and is considered the start of America’s love of coasters and thrill rides.
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