5 Signature Park Jimin Fashion Moves That Make Us Soft

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There are many reasons why millions of people across the globe count Park Jimin as their ultimate bias. Of course there’s his delicate, sensual voice — equally deft at soaring and slithering through ballads as it is at punctuating a pop dance hit that just so happens to be the song of summer (stream “Dynamite” for clear skin!). He’s an adorably impish idol whose favorite hobbies include getting scolded by the other BTS members for being late and giggling so hard he falls out of his chair. There’s his absolutely hypnotic and gravity-defying dancing (perhaps he’s too pretty for the laws of physics to apply to him). There’s his philanthropy and his sincere, unwilting love of his fans. 

Oh, and did I mention he’s gorgeous? His beauty is mythic. His Bratz doll lips, his ‘90s Leonardo DiCaprio hair — did the phrase “devastatingly handsome” exist before Park Jimin was

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Kittery’s Rogers Park a gift that became a hidden gem – News – seacoastonline.com

Kittery, Maine, is a town of many hidden gems. Some residents – including myself – would prefer to keep these treasures secret so they don’t become spoiled, overcrowded tourist attractions.

But as popular as picturesque Rogers Park may be to local townsfolk, and dog owners especially, there are probably few who know and appreciate the story behind it.

This thickly wooded site overlooking Spruce Creek is fortunately tucked into a corner of Kittery mostly known by locals only, and not far at all from the shopping outlets for which the town is famous. It’s a spot where visitors can actually get a sense of what the area might have been like 400 years ago.

What many folks might not realize is the park was a gift from a local family whose ancestors came to America almost that long ago, aboard the Mayflower. Specifically, these 27 acres were handed over to

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Big wedding? Nah! Couples happily hitched in fuss-free day at South Bend park. | Local

SOUTH BEND — He pushed her in her wheelchair from their bus stop, passed the Leeper Park fountain and proceeded to the wedding arch — quivering in the wind — that was secured on a low-hanging branch from a huge oak tree.

Homeless and living in a motel, they’d met in weather amnesty, now together for about a year. But neither court officials nor their pastor could perform the ceremony. It seemed the pandemic may have been at least partly to blame.

So they became the third couple to wed in a series of quick, pop-up ceremonies Saturday in the park. He knelt beside her wheelchair as they affectionately clasped and stroked each other’s hands during the few scripted minutes, led by Mary Gibson of the new business Get Hitched Indiana.

It was marriage No. 4 for both, but, just before the ceremony, the bride said, “We’re like two peas

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Take a look at this historic, five-bedroom Tudor-style home in Kessler Park

Situated in the hills of Kessler Park on Colorado Boulevard, this 1930s Tudor home has historic charm, updated details and a close proximity to the Stevens Park golf course and Bishop Arts District.

At 3,349 square feet, the home has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and one half-bath. There’s also a full apartment above the detached garage, and a backyard complete with a flagstone patio on the 0.24-acre lot.

Listing agent Kay Wood called it a “classic Kessler Park home” with its historic design, original leaded glass windows and slate roof, along with the tree-filled property.

She said current and previous owners of the home have consistently updated the home to keep it fresh while maintaining the original details and architectural style.

The home is two stories, with two bedrooms downstairs and three bedrooms upstairs. At the entryway, there’s a built-in wooden bench adjacent to the front door that gets natural

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Ashley Park Brings Her Broadway Background and Fashion Sense to Emily in Paris

The key to surviving when you suddenly move to another country — at least in the new Darren Star Netflix rom-com Emily in Paris is to quickly find a sassy expatriate to school you in the language and make lots of sex jokes. Lily Collins’s midwestern social-media maven, Emily, happens to find that person in Mindy, a young Chinese-Korean woman who grew up partly in the U.S., fled a life of privilege, and spends her time as an au pair yelling at children in parks. She’s played by Ashley Park, a Broadway veteran who has been in everything from Mean Girls to The King and I. On the show, she gets to gallivant around Paris in fashions partly inspired by her own taste, and she shows off some of her singing talent as we learn about Mindy’s reality-competition backstory. Park caught Vulture up over Zoom to talk about

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Ashley Park Brings Broadway Background to ‘Emily in Paris’

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The key to surviving when you suddenly move to another country — at least in the new Darren Star Netflix rom-com Emily in Paris is to quickly find a sassy expatriate to school you in the language and make lots of sex jokes. Lily Collins’s midwestern social-media maven, Emily, happens to find that person in Mindy, a young Chinese-Korean woman who grew up partly in the U.S., fled a life of privilege, and spends her time as an au pair yelling at children in parks. She’s played by Ashley Park, a Broadway veteran who has been in everything from Mean Girls to The King and I. On the show, she gets to gallivant around Paris in fashions partly inspired by her own taste, and she shows off some of her singing talent as we learn about Mindy’s reality-competition backstory. Park

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Waite Park jewelry store robbed Friday night; police looking for suspect

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WAITE PARK — Police are looking for a someone suspected of robbing a Waite Park jewelry store.

Waite Park officers responded to a burglary alarm at Wedding Day Diamonds at 44 Division St. at 12:44 a.m. Friday. Several pieces of jewelry were missing.

Police were not able to provide a full description of the suspect, who entered the store through a broken window. But the suspect may have some

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Free food and clothing distribution will be held at Newark’s West Side Park on Tuesday

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, the United Community Corp., Unstoppable Girls Foundation and Walmart will team up to serve the city of Newark and host a free food and clothing distribution event. The event will be held at West Side Park, 600 S17th St., Newark, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Free food packages will be available for pickup courtesy of United Community Corp., while fall clothing for men, women and children will be provided by Unstoppable Girls Foundation and Walmart The Unstoppables Clothing Distribution.

“The United Community Corporation and Unstoppable Girls collaboration event will meet the community’s needs for not only food and clothing but resources for youth programming, energy bill assistance and our emergency shelter,” said United Community Corp. grant compliance manager Alena Minatee. “The collaboration that Unstoppable Girls has developed with Walmart has been able to meet a variety of needs. One of those is clothing assisting families

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