Saturday, May 20, 2017

Stephanie Bongiovi celebrates college graduation with Her Father, Jon Bon Jovi

It was a great day for parents of New School graduates. It was an even greater day for Jon Bon Jovi.
The iconic singer’s 23-year-old daughter, Stephanie Bongiovi, was awarded a liberal arts degree on Thursday during the New York City school’s commencement ceremony. The Bon Jovi frontman was there in total (cool) dad mode — jeans, blazer, shades, and a camera.
He posed for photos with his only daughter (with wife Dorothea Hurley Bongiovi), who shares more than a passing resemblance to the singer. She wore a red robe and black cap and had her long hair styled down.

We say it was an especially great day for dad because he almost didn’t see this day — neither did Stephanie. In 2012, when she was freshman at Hamilton College in upstate New York, she overdosed on heroin in her dorm room. She was also arrested for drug possession (police found heroin, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia on the scene), however, charges against her (and a male companion from her Red Bank, N.J., hometown) were later dropped.

Jon, who later clarified that Stephanie was not injecting heroin, subsequently described the incident as his “worst moment as a father.” And while “it was a terrible tragic lesson of life,” he said, “I thank God every day because she is whole. It happened and it has gone. I know personally people whose sons and daughters, where it was a lot, lot worse. That could have been Stephanie.”

The rocker has said he has a very close relationship with all of his kids (he also has three sons), and it sure looked that way in February when he called Stephanie out on stage and she danced with him to his song “I’ve Got the Girl.” (She had previously danced onstage with him to the tune when she was 7.)

He told the audience, “I wrote this song for that little baby, who’s now not such a little baby anymore.”
Bon Jovi is in full graduation mode. Last week, he surprised students at Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey by doing a surprise performance.

Robert downey jr spends 11.9 million for Windmill cottage

Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, Susan, who live much of the year in Malibu, have purchased a property on Main Street in the Village of East Hampton, in a transaction first reported by Known as the Edward DeRose Windmill Cottage, the residence had been listed last year for $11,950,000. (Not a stretch, as Mr. Downey three years in a row topped the list of Hollywood’s highest-paid actors.) One has to wonder if Mr. Downey, if he is in town checking out his new digs, will stop by the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett on the 26th to catch the performance of Keifer Sutherland. The two, sons of famous fathers—the director Robert Downey Sr. and the actor Donald Sutherland—were roommates for three years when both were in the beginning stages of their careers.

The stunning property covers four acres of land with 8,500 square feet of living space, which includes a main house, a guesthouse, and a studio.

 It also features seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and five is also an office and a library in the windmill portion of the structure, and a gorgeous pool for the summer days on Long Island.While the windmill on the grounds was never an actual working mill, it is a copy of an original East Hampton windmill.

Speaking of performing, one also has to wonder how much time the Downeys, who together run a production company, will get to spend in their new home given his upcoming acting and promoting schedule. Last seen as Iron Man in “Captain America: Civil War,” Mr. Downey will reprise the lucrative role in this summer’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” and in “Avengers: Infinity War,” set for release next year and presently in production. 

 It was also announced recently that he and his pipe will be back for “Sherlock Holmes 3” and that he will play the title role in “The Voyage of Doctor Doolittle.”

Thursday, October 20, 2016

President Barack Obama Donald Trump about the "stop complaining" have to.

President Barack Obama Donald Trump about the "stop complaining" have to.
"One of the best things about democracy in the United States, we are a strong political will to fight, sometimes bitter," Obama at the White House on Tuesday in a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said. "And historically, the team loses, regardless of the person to congratulate the winner of the elections, and we will continue to ensure that our democracy. This democracy survives."

Obama should realize that the Republican candidate, said: "There is nothing more important than any single player campaign." Trump has spent railing against the media last week, claiming that the election in November, "the conspiracy" and claimed that the press of a conspiracy orchestrated by his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton is involved in

"I vote for any presidential candidate before the election and tried to discredit the electoral process or the modern political history have ever seen in my life, I even took place," the president continued. "It's unprecedented."

Related: Trump wild claims have been made about the long electoral fraud

Obama said that voting irregularities at polling irregularities and unfair to ask for Trump.

"All the experts, political party, ideology, conservative or liberal, who will tell you that this question is important electoral fraud is not the case regardless of whether the test again," the president said, noting that the elections are administered by state and local authorities. "Any person out there is no way that you could even suggest that the US election platform, partly because it is very decentralized."

"Florida, for example, you have a Republican governor and Republican running track will be a lot of selection of these sites have been chosen," Obama said. "The idea that somehow if Mr. Trump loses Florida to '' keep in mind that there are reasons? That is both irresponsible and, incidentally, does not really show the kind of leadership and tenacity that a president" want to leave.

Obama also said: "Mr. Trump, I invite you to stop complaining and vote to make your case can be tried."

Read also: Donald Trump, Bill O'Reilly: 'Stop whining'

The President also said he was concerned for the Russian President Vladimir Putin praised Trump repeatedly.

"The Lord. Putin continued softness and where it will be displayed in many models of their policies and policy strategies Putin trumpet degree unprecedented in American politics," Obama said. "It's not only what you think they are out of step with the Democrats, but in recent months, almost one out of sync with what is now supporting Mr. Trump thought the Republicans. Until"

In an interview Monday, Trump said that Russia "can not stand," Obama and Clinton, and said that if he is elected as US president before his inauguration for a possible meeting with Putin will consider

Obama ridiculed Republican leaders in Moscow to work with those who still support the provision of Trump's "The Russians continued to talk with us even harangued".

"The Lord. Trump hardly surprises me these days," the President said. "I am surprised and in fact they are more strongly anti-Russian and Republican officials, who have historically indeed, I have attacked, or even to engage in diplomatic'm not worried by that, now echo in some cases to support their positions. This is a completely retro."
by naeemul hasan