Casey Johnson
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Casey Johnson
Sale Trotter Case "Casey" Johnson was an American heiress, socialite, and celebutante as well as an occasional actress, model, and author. She was the great-great-granddaughter of Robert Wood Johnson I, co-founder of Johnson & Johnson.
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After Rudy, Before Bloomberg: Looking Back on a Mayoral Legacy
Dallas Observer Blogs - over 3 years
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani alongside outgoing New York mayor Michael Bloomberg. (David Handschuh/New York Daily News/POOL) Finding an unpublished George Gurley piece is like opening a perfectly written time capsule. In May 2001, New York City was preparing to say farewell to a term-limited Rudy Giuliani and welcome anyone from Mark Green to Freddy Ferrer to Michael Bloomberg as its first new leader in eight years. An intrepid young Observer reporter named George Gurley hit the party scene to ask prominent New Yorkers what they thought would happen to the city. He wrote it up and then ... it disappeared. The Observer never published Mr. Gurley's observations, captured first at the annual benefit for the African Rainforest Conservancy, held at The Park on 17th and Tenth Avenue and the second was for the 10th anniversary of the Paramount Hotel.  Twelve years later, as we approach another change of guard at City Hall, Mr. Gurley got to thinking about that piece. When he r ...
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Ames car dealership expands showroom
Des Moines Register - over 3 years
Ames Ford Lincoln car dealership in Ames is expanding. The 10-month-old dealership is bulldozing its existing showroom on Airport Road and building a larger and more modern space, said owner Casey Johnson. The showroom will increase in size by about 10,000 square feet to nearly 35,000 square feet and feature Ford Co.’s latest dealership design, […]
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Nikola Tesla, Edison's Great Rival, Gets His Due
Huffington Post - over 3 years
In the battle for enduring fame, sometimes the more interesting story belongs to the guy who came in second. Thomas Edison's name is known to every American child. Nikola Tesla was his great rival. "Tesla's Wonderful World of Electricity" opened earlier this month at the New York Hall of Science. The 14-week exhibit contains models from the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade and is sure to fascinate the same fans who recently helped raise more than $1.3 million to build the first U.S.-based Tesla museum. One of the greatest technological minds of all time, Telsa invented the induction motor, the Tesla coil, radio, neon lighting and many other devices. He was born in modern-day Croatia in 1856, immigrated to the United States in his late 20s, and became a U.S. citizen at age 35. He obtained hundreds of patents worldwide -- and also tried to unlock the secrets to teleportation and time travel. Tesla is thought to have had obsessive-compulsive disorder; he was a germophobe ...
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Numbers, Pictures, Climate Change: Stories From Sandy
Discover Magazine - over 4 years
Here in New York City, and all along the US's eastern seaboard, we had an epic Monday night. Here are photos and videos from the trenches and links to our picks of science reporting answering your questions about superstorm Sandy. (1) A monster storm surge submerged Lower Manhattan, Red Hook in Brooklyn, and just about anywhere else within 9 feet of sea level. Courtesy of That Hartford Guy / flickr Ars Technica's Casey Johnston looks into new research and reports that by 2200, 9 feet above cur
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MarksJarvis: High-frequency trading disrupts stock market, keeps individuals anxious, wary
Chicago Tribune - over 4 years
Erratic market movements often not tied to economy, business performance, professionals tell Senate banking committee Some people have lost their taste for the stock market, with many concluding it's more dangerous than they can tolerate for their kids' college money or retirement savings.
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Arts Council 'Hatches' the Arts on West Street
Bowie Patch - over 4 years
About 40 people mingled on the lawn next to Lemongrass on West Street Wednesday evening to sip drinks and meet the six artists chosen to decorate 5 and a half-foot chicken sculptures for Annapolis. "We wanted to introduce the artists and thank the sponsors of this project," said April Nyman, executive director of the Anne Arundel Arts Council. The chickens are part of Hatching the Arts, an outdoor art exhibit the council hopes will draw attention to the Capital Central Arts district in the city. The district starts at Calvert Street and travels down West Street to Westgate Circle before heading out to Maryland Hall. Lemongrass owner and creator of the chicken sculpture idea Gavin Buckley said he hopes to have three to four sculptures per block inside the district when the project is completed. He said he knew the district needed large outdoor sculptures like the cows in New York or the pandas in Washington, DC, but he didn't want to do something obvious like crabs. The i ...
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Ars Technicast, Episode 9: How the Internet changed my meatspace
ARS Technica - over 4 years
Though not all of us at Ars Technica were introduced to the Internet at the same time, there’s no denying that it has had an effect on our social interactions every day since we first logged on. In fact, some our real-life social interaction is dependent on having at least a portion of our communications with people online. But what is more important: interacting in the online world, or in "meatspace"? For some of us, the Internet seems to fortify and help build existing relationships in the physical world. For others, the real interactions between people seem to be the most important. The Internet has changed the way we attend social gatherings, the way we date, and even the way we get along with family members, co-workers, and friends. In this episode of the Ars Technicast, Senior Apple Editor Jacqui Cheng is joined by Social Editor Cesar Torres, Ars Contributor Casey Johnston, and Microsoft Editor Peter Bright. How does the Internet shape your social behavior? Is one type of sp ...
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You are now watching the throne: Samsung Galaxy S III review
Nature Blogs - over 4 years
The Samsung Galaxy S III Casey Johnston Samsung is streaking ahead of its Android competitors recently, thanks largely to its Galaxy line of phones, and particularly the Galaxy S subset of smartphones. The line has been hit after hit—even the Galaxy Note found its audience. While our initial Galaxy S III encounter wasn't perfect, it's because the phone reaches in some departments where it's just not ready, like S Voice, or is t...
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Ars Technicast Episode 3: summer travel and gadgets
ARS Technica - over 4 years
This week we are dedicating our show to summer travel and gadgets. What kind of gadgets do you bring along when you travel for work, and what kind do you bring when you're on vacation? Host and Senior Apple Editor Jacqui Cheng is joined in this episode by Open Source Editor Ryan Paul, Ars Contributor Casey Johnston, and Social Editor Cesar Torres. You can listen to the Ars Technicast in a variety of ways. You can use the player embedded right into this post, download the file to your computer (we have reduced the file size this time around), or you can subscribe via iTunes or RSS. We have also added the latest two episodes to Soundcloud. If there are topics you'd like us to cover in future episodes, leave us a comment, or if you simply have something to say about the show, you can leave us an iTunes store review. Read more | Comments
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Robin J. Swerdlick, 56
Apple Valley Patch - over 4 years
Robin J. Swerdlick, age 56 of Apple Valley, passed away on Friday, May 25, 2012. Survived by husband Dick, children Angela (Craig) Olsen, Kristal Kohlmeyer, Jamie (Carlie) Johnson and Casey Johnson, grandchildren Kianna, Jack and Will, mother Jean O’Hara, siblings Erin (James) Marispini and Patrick (Christine) O’Hara. Funeral Service 11AM Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 13901 Fairview Dr. Burnsville, MN. Gathering of family and friends one hour prior to service at church. Interment, Lebanon Cemetery, Apple Valley, MN. Arrangements by White Funeral Homes. Read the complete notice on the White Funeral Homes website.
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Loudoun Deputies Recognized at Valor Awards
Ashburn Patch - almost 5 years
Three Loudoun Sheriff’s Deputies received recognition last month during the 27th annual Valor Awards ceremony held at the National Conference Center: Deputy Casey Johnson received the Certificate of Valor for his quick reaction in saving a four-year-old child from serious injury or even death in July 2011. Deputy Johnson responded to an apartment complex in Sterling, Va. for a child who had fallen from a third story balcony. Johnson observed a second child on the outside of the balcony railing. He ran up to the third floor and was able to pull the child back over the railing to safety. Deputy Robert Heller received the Lifesaving Award for his actions after coming across a child in medical distress on Loudoun County Parkway in April 2011. The child’s mother had pulled their vehicle over and Deputy Heller observed that the child had labored breathing and was turning blue. He placed the child in his patrol vehicle and made the decision to drive her to the emergency room, knowing he cou ...
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New band wins big - Montgomery Advertiser
Google News - over 5 years
Mama Piranha's members now include Willie Mac on vocals and rhythm guitar, lead guitarist Casey Johnson and bassist Grover Wedgeworth Jr., all of Montgomery; drummer Jeff Jones of Wetumpka and Will Rowe, a keyboard/piano/organ player from Eclectic
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Dobbratz takes checkered at Miller Lite 50 - Daily Union
Google News - over 5 years
Scheel got loose on lap 27, opening the door for Chris Quam and Casey Johnson to slip past. Johnson mounted a late race charge to second, but Dobbratz was well on his way to capturing the win. Johnson settled for second with John Ovadal coming home
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Jets keep Flight Crew calendar shoot in the family - New York Post
Google News - over 5 years
It's been a gut-wrenching past year-plus for shutterbugs Daisy and Jamie Johnson, having suddenly lost their sister Casey last year. The 30-year-old heiress died Jan. 4, 2010, in Southern California from diabetic complications. Casey Johnson battled
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NC State University Wins College Fishing Northern Division Event On Lake Erie - FishingWorld.com
Google News - over 5 years
The NC State University team of Casey Johnson of Raleigh, NC, and Josh Hooks of Apex, NC, won the National Guard FLW College Fishing Northern Division event on Lake Erie Saturday with five bass weighing 20 pounds, 4 ounces. The victory earned the team
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Dicus Reveals Fall Slate - ASU Appalachian Mountaineers
Google News - over 5 years
Former Mountaineer Casey Johnson won the tournament in 2009. From there, the Apps head north to the Telich Sun Life Financial Cleveland State Invitational in Beachwood, Ohio. Dustin Hudson led Appalachian to 13th place at last year's event with a 153
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Casey Johnson
    THIRTIES
  • 2010
    Age 30
    On February 4, 2010, the Los Angeles Coroner's Office announced that she had died of diabetic ketoacidosis.
    More Details Hide Details She was reported to have neglected to take insulin and therefore died due to lack of proper medical treatment. Johnson's fiancée, Tila Tequila, had arranged plans to seek legal custody of Casey Johnson's adopted daughter, Ava, who is currently under the legal custody of Johnson's mother, Sale.
    Johnson pleaded not guilty to burglary and receiving stolen property and had a preliminary hearing scheduled for February 2, 2010.
    More Details Hide Details After refusing to seek treatment for drug abuse and mental health issues, Johnson was cut off financially by her family, which led to the impounding of her Porsche, for which court records showed Johnson owed Porsche Financial Services a total of $105,740.93. Johnson was also sued by a nanny service who won a $20,000 judgement against her.
    On January 4, 2010, the Daily News reported that a maid found Johnson's dead body in the bedroom of her West Hollywood home.
    More Details Hide Details An unidentified 911 caller reported that Johnson was ice cold and her hands had turned blue. The caller also stated that Johnson was on medications and that they often got "all screwed up".
  • TWENTIES
  • 2009
    Age 29
    On December 9, 2009, Johnson announced via Ustream video that she and reality television star Tila Tequila were engaged.
    More Details Hide Details Four days later, Johnson stated that she would be changing her and her daughter's last name to "Nguyen", Tila Tequila's legal surname, though this never occurred.
    In November 2009, Johnson was arrested for allegedly stealing jewelry, shoes, six hundred pages of a legal document, clothing, and underwear from the apartment of English fashion model Jasmine Lennard, who was tipped off by Semel.
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    In January 2009, Semel reportedly set Johnson's hair on fire after a fight.
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  • 2008
    Age 28
    Johnson was openly bisexual and dated both men and women. She began an intense, on off relationship with fellow heiress and socialite Courtenay Semel in April 2008.
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  • 2007
    Age 27
    In 2007, Johnson adopted Ava Monroe (born August 14, 2006), an infant girl from Kazakhstan.
    More Details Hide Details Nicky Hilton is the child's godmother. In June 2009, Johnson took her toddler daughter to her father's home in New York, with the intentions of introducing the two and making amends with her father after several years of a strained relationship and little contact. An argument broke out between Johnson, and her step-mother Suzanne Ircha Johnson, and a stand-off ensued with Ircha demanding she leave the property, and Johnson refusing, on the grounds that it was her father's property and he wouldn't let his wife force her to leave. The police were called, and Woody Johnson IV arrived at the same time they did. Upon hearing that there was discord at his quiet home between Johnson and his new wife, he demanded that his daughter take her child and 'get off of his property and never come back'.
  • 2006
    Age 26
    In 2006, Johnson had a public falling out with her aunt, Elizabeth Ross "Libet" Johnson, after Johnson accused her aunt of stealing her boyfriend, John Dee.
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  • 2002
    Age 22
    In 2002, she was featured in the documentary It Girls, which was filmed in 2000 during Manhattan's Fashion Week.
    More Details Hide Details When Nicky Hilton declined to co-star with her sister, Paris, in The Simple Life, Paris asked Johnson, who also declined the offer; the role was subsequently given to Nicole Richie. Johnson called it the "stupidest mistake of my life" because her dream was to be an actress. Johnson also had a part in the never-aired The Tinsley Bumble Show, wherein she played a catty, vindictive socialite named Mimi von Lustig. Johnson's mother revealed that her daughter struggled with borderline personality disorder. Johnson's mother attributed her daughter's troubles to the disorder.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1999
    Age 19
    In 1999, Johnson had a minor role in the film Gloria, starring Sharon Stone.
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  • 1998
    Age 18
    In 1998 at age 19, Johnson was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.
    More Details Hide Details During her teens in the mid-to-late 1990s, Johnson received attention from the paparazzi media as a New York "party girl" and socialite. At the age of 14, Johnson co-wrote a book with her father entitled Managing Your Child's Diabetes. She appeared as herself on the television shows The Fabulous Life of and E! True Hollywood Story.
  • OTHER
  • 1977
    Age -3
    Born on September 24, 1977.
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