Michelle Johnson
American actor
Michelle Johnson
Michelle Johnson is an American actress, probably best known for her role in Blame It on Rio.
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Nick Offerman Is The Definition Of Manliness And This Sign Proves It
Huffington Post - about 1 year
To many of his fans, actor and author Nick Offerman is the picture of a real man. Now there's a restroom sign to prove it. A public bathroom in Madurai, India, appears to be using an image of the mustachioed "Parks and Recreation" star to mark its men's toilet. Michelle Johnson Blimes, of Pickerington, Ohio, photographed the sign after spotting it during her family vacation last month. "Do you think Nick Offerman knows his image is being used in Madurai, India, to label the men's bathroom?" Blimes asked on Facebook. The picture went viral and eventually grabbed the attention of the man himself. Unlike his wood-whittling "Parks and Rec" character Ron Swanson -- a fierce personal privacy advocate -- Offerman didn't seem too disturbed that his face was being featured in such a way. In fact, he actually appeared to like it: #Namaste https://t.co/9tCvPYtPmA — Nick Offerman (@Nick_Offerman) January 16, 2016 It's not the first time Offerman's image has ...
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La'Darious Wylie, 11, Dies A Hero, Saves Sister's Life In Bus Stop Hit-And-Run
Huffington Post - over 1 year
WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee In what can only be described as an act of selfless courage and brotherly love, a young South Carolina boy is credited with heroically sacrificing his life to save his little sister. La'Darious Wylie, age 11, was critically injured on Oct. 27, when he pushed his 7-year-old sister, Sha'Vonta Wylie, out of the path of an oncoming vehicle that allegedly veered toward the children at a school bus stop in Chester, a small rural city located about 60 miles north of Columbia. "We do consider him a hero," MaKeesharia Tobias, of the City of Chester Police Department, told The Huffington Post on Thursday. "To find out that was something heroic he did to save others is amazing to us." La'Darious' cousin, Kimberly Robinson, told HuffPost in a phone interview that witnesses at the scene saw the car careening toward the children and the split second decision of bravery by La'Darious. "His little sister was standing at the bus stop when th ...
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Robot helps Columbia Heights High School students learn about college, careers
Hometown Source - almost 2 years
A state-of-the-art robot named Baxter visited a Columbia Heights High School class on March 24. Pictured are students Michelle Johnson and Lorryn Scott. (Submitted photo) Michelle Johnson and Lorryn Scott are all about robotics. The two are members of the Columbia Heights High School robotics team and Scott plans to pursue a degree in technology. So, when a state-of-the-art robot named Baxter visited their class on March 24, the two sophomores stayed after class to learn more. The $38,000 robot and Pete Archer of Automation, Inc., were at the school to not only demonstrate how far technology has come, but what type of education, jobs and salaries students can expect if competing or working with robots like Baxter. The robot was there to help students learn about college and careers. Continue reading this Sun Focus story.
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USAFA Closets Are for Clothes, Not Cadets
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson (right) accepts the guidon from Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh III on Aug. 12, 2013, during the U.S. Air Force Academy superintendent change of command ceremony. Johnson is the Academy's 19th superintendent. (Official USAF photo) The Honor Code is one of the most important cornerstones of ethical development at the U.S. Air Force Academy. It sets the minimum standards of acceptable conduct for cadets. This concept is carried forward after graduation, where "an officer's word is his bond." The revelation that an advocate of discredited "ex-gay" therapies, Dr. Michael Rosebush, had been hired and promoted by the Academy has shaken those within the Academy as much as it has shocked the nation. But from within the Academy we are hearing different words, indeed two very different versions of the situation. Whose word, whose bond, should we believe? On one side the Academy leadership has met with the lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) support grou ...
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'So Help Me God' Optional In Air Force Academy Honor Oath
Huffington Post - over 3 years
DENVER -- DENVER (AP) — Air Force Academy cadets are no longer required to say "so help me God" at the end of the Honor Oath, school officials said Friday. The words were made optional after a complaint from the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, an advocacy group, that they violated the constitutional concept of religious freedom. Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson said the change was made to respect cadets' freedom of religion. The oath states, "We will not lie, steal or cheat, nor tolerate among us anyone who does. Furthermore, I resolve to do my duty and to live honorably, so help me God." Cadets are required to take the oath once a year, academy spokesman Maj. Brus Vidal said. Mikey Weinstein, founder and president of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, welcomed the change but questioned how it will be applied. If the person leading the oath includes the words, cadets who choose not to say them might feel vulnerable to criticism, he said. "What ...
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Air Force Academy May Drop 'So Help Me God' From Oath
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. is considering whether or not they should drop the "so help me God" portion from its honor oath after Military Religious Freedom Foundation filed a complaint. "To tie the honor code to a religious test violates the no-establishment clause of the Constitution," said MRFF founder Mikey Weinstein to The Colorado Springs Gazette. Adopted in 1984 and unchanged since, the Honor Oath reads, via Air Force Academy's cadet handbook: We will not lie, steal or cheat, nor tolerate among us anyone who does. Furthermore, I resolve to do my duty and to live honorably, so help me God. Last week, the Colorado Springs Independent published a photograph of a poster which includes the cadet oath and the line "so help me god." The newspaper forwarded that photo to Weinstein who contacted Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson about the poster who responded via email saying that the "Prep School poster has been taken down." But the "so help me God" portion of the ...
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Female general: Ability, confidence propel career
Yahoo News - over 3 years
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — Years before she became the first woman to lead the Air Force Academy, Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson was at the controls of jet-powered transport planes, and in her 20s, she often commanded aircraft crews that included men old enough to be her father.
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Michelle Johnson's Air Force Academy Tenure Begins
The Huffington Post - over 3 years
By Karen Brooks Aug 12 (Reuters) - The first woman to lead the U.S. Air Force Academy formally took command on Monday, ushering in a new era for the 59-year-old military school in Colorado. Lieutenant General Michelle Johnson, welcomed with a Change of Command ceremony, told a crowd of hundreds of cadets, staff, service leaders and supporters that she looked forward to the challenge of leading the academy through both its triumphs and its challenges. "We can find meaning in adversity, and there are lessons from overcoming negative experiences and to grow stronger through them," she said. Johnson takes over for Lieutenant General Mike Gould, a 1976 graduate who was superintendent for four years and who is set to retire in October. Johnson is the academy's 19th superintendent. The arrival of a female chief signals a change for a school that has seen its share of sexual scandals, most re ...
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Air Force Academy's first female superintendent takes over but she won't dwell on milestone
Fox News - over 3 years
The first woman to lead the Air Force Academy took over the job Monday, but Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson said she's not dwelling on the significance of the milestone.
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Michelle Johnson Chosen To Lead Air Force Academy, First Woman In Line For The Position
The Huffington Post - about 4 years
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. -- Maj. Gen. Michelle Johnson has been chosen to be the next superintendent of the Air Force Academy, the first woman to hold the job. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced Johnson's appointment Friday. Academy officials said the Senate must first approve her promotion to a three-star lieutenant general, the rank required to become superintendent. Read More... More on Chuck Hagel
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Modernized 'Aida' Takes On Waterboarding And The Muslim State
Huffington Post - over 4 years
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- Two topiary elephants greet visitors as they stroll up the lawn toward the Alice Busch Opera Theater for this year's Glimmerglass Festival. The creatures, made of grapevine and willow over a rebar frame, are called "the Aida elephants," but the charming sight is worlds apart from the grim spectacle that confronts the audience when the curtain rises on Verdi's opera, the summer's opening production. There are no elephants, pyramids or other traditional lavish effects in Francesca Zambello's version – but there is waterboarding and lethal injection. Updated from ancient Egypt to a modern Muslim state, this "Aida," seen at its second performance on Friday night, tries to be radical and provocative but mostly ends up settling for cheap sensationalism. Happily, the season's second offering is an altogether different story: a buoyant production of Meredith Willson's classic Broadway musical "The Music Man" that opened the following night. There i ...
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Six RVPT alums performing with Minnesota Brass Indoor
Star News - almost 5 years
Blake Nelson, Zach Rooker, Morgen Schultz and Kalli McConville with the MN Brass   Six former members of District 728’s River Valley Percussion Theatre performed with Minnesota Brass Indoor drumline this winter. Kalli McConville, Blake Nelson and Morgen Schulz played cymbals in their second season with the group. In their first year were Zach Rooker (cymbals), Michelle Johnson (vibraphone) and Nick Kvalheim (marimba). All are ERHS grads except Kvalheim, who’s from Rogers. Michelle Johnson MBI won a regional contest in Indianapolis on Feb. 19 and a state percussion contest March 31 in St. Cloud. They earned silver in a world meet in Dayton, Ohio, on April 21, among 22 entrants in the Independent Open class. Nick Kvalheim MBI, in its fifth year with 38 members, is an offshoot of the DCA world champion MN Brass Drum and Bugle Corps. Schulz also served as cymbal instructor with the Eden Prairie High School drumline which won scholastic open class regionals.
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After the rain
CDA Press - almost 5 years
When the gray, wet skies cleared Tuesday afternoon, Press reader Michelle Johnson captured these images at Falls Park in Post Falls.
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