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Selma Blair hosts reading of her memoir Mean Baby in Los Feliz... after DWTS exit due to health

Grammy-nominated actress Selma Blair and her service dog Scout were surrounded by ladies as they headed inside Skylight Books in LA's Los Feliz neighborhood on Tuesday.The Michigan-born 50-year-old was scheduled to host a 3:30pm reading/signing for her memoir Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up, which was released back on May 24.Selma was wearing a b&w-patterned blouse, black slacks, and pink peep-toe heels for the ticketed event. All smiles: Grammy-nominated actress Selma Blair and her service dog Scout were surrounded by ladies as they headed inside Skylight Books in LA's Los Feliz neighborhood on TuesdayBlair (born Beitner) appeared to be in great spirits following her October 17 exit from Dancing with the Stars.'Oh the places I've been! But I never considered I would be in a dance rehearsal space for a live @disneyplus ballroom dance show,' the Far More actress - who boasts 3.5M social media followers - wrote on Instagram that same day.

'And I loved every single second of it. Having an "atta girl" from so many people in my life and on here and in the @dancingwiththestars world has changed me for the better.

And always to @sashafarber1 for being my first and only partner. All love.'Selma's dance partner Sasha Farber replied in the comments: '@selmablair thank you so much, you have inspired me for a lifetime.' Literary debut: The Michigan-born 50-year-old was scheduled to host a 3:30pm reading/signing for her memoir Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up, which was released back on May 24 Signing autographs: Selma was wearing a b&w-patterned blouse, black slacks, and pink peep-toe heels for the ticketed event Cute silver heart locket! Blair (born Beitner) appeared to be in great spirits following her October 17 exit from

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Ringo Starr: Beatles legend, 82, forced to cancel US tour with band after catching Covid - express.co.uk - Usa - county Lake - Canada - state Minnesota - county Buffalo - county Centre - state Michigan
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Ringo Starr: Beatles legend, 82, forced to cancel US tour with band after catching Covid
Ringo Starr has been forced to cancel his US tour dates after catching Covid.The former Beatles musician, 82, was set to play a string of dates in America with his band All-Starr before he fell ill.The drummer is said to be "recuperating at home" after it was confirmed the star had caught Covid.Two shows had preivously been cancelled at the last minute after the musician fell ill at the weekend.The musician's spokeperson confirmed: "Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band were forced to cancel their recent shows at Four Winds Casino in New Buffalo Michigan and at Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake, MN due to illness."It has been confirmed today that Ringo has Covid and the tour will be on hold while Ringo recuperates."As of today the following shows have been canceled: October 2 Prior Lake, MN - Mystic Lake Casino, October 4 Winnipeg, Manitoba - Canada Life Centre, October 5 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Sasktel Centre, October 6 Lethbridge, Alberta - Enmax Centre, October 8 Abbotsford, BC - Abbotsford Centre, October 9 Penticton, BC - South Okanagon Events Centre.They went on: "Ringo hopes to resume as soon as possible and is recovering at home."As always, he and the All Starrs send peace and love to their fans and hope to see them back out on the road soon," his representatives added to The Mirror.
Donald Trump - Mail ballot fight persists in key states, sure to slow count - fox29.com - Usa - state Pennsylvania - city Harrisburg, state Pennsylvania - state Michigan - state Wisconsin
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Mail ballot fight persists in key states, sure to slow count
PITTSBURGH, UNITED STATES - 2020/11/02: An official election ballot of Pennsylvania of 2020 featuring Biden / Harris, Trump / Pence and Jorgensen / Cohen ahead of the presidential elections.2020 elections are close and will involve voting via absente HARRISBURG, Pa. - Former President Donald Trump and his allies seized on the drawn-out vote processing and counting in Pennsylvania during the 2020 election to fuel his false claims that fraud cost him victory in the battleground state — and election officials worry that a replay could be on the horizon in November's crucial Senate and governor's races.And it's not just Pennsylvania. Michigan and Wisconsin are other crucial swing states that allow no-excuse mail-in ballots but give local election offices no time before Election Day to process them.Election workers' inability to do that work ahead of time means many of the mailed ballots may not get counted on Election Day, delaying results in tight races and leaving a gaping hole for misinformation and lies to flood the public space."That time between the polls closing on election night and the last vote being counted is really being exploited by people who want to undermine confidence in the process," said Al Schmidt, a Philadelphia election commissioner during the 2020 presidential election who is now president and CEO of the good-government group Committee of Seventy.The first step in processing mailed ballots, or pre-canvassing, is a routine but crucial administrative task that allows election workers to verify voters’ signatures and addresses, or spot problems that could be fixed by voters.
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