Sarah Elizabeth

Sarah Elizabeth

Sarah Elizabeth is an American model. She was Playboy's Cyber Girl of the Week in the 4th week of December 2005, and Cyber Girl of the Month in April 2006. She was selected as the Playmate of the Month for the November 2006 issue of Playboy. Her pictorial was photographed by Stephen Wayda.
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Songs We Love: Sarah Elizabeth Charles, 'Change To Come'
NPR - 5 months
Inspired by the death of Eric Garner, the jazz singer asks an essential question in the spacious track, featuring trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah: "What is needed for the change to come?" (Image credit: Matthew Pandolfe/Courtesy of the artist)
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Krispy Kreme And Ghirardelli Just Created The Ultimate Doughnuts
Huffington Post - 11 months
Filled doughnuts sometimes get a bad rap, but this new invention is stuffing us with glee. Krispy Kreme has debuted two limited-edition doughnuts inspired by Ghirardelli’s filled chocolate squares, and they look magical. The Sea Salt Caramel Doughnut is filled with salted caramel and dipped in chocolate icing with a caramel-chocolate drizzle. It’s topped with sugar, salt and chips of Ghirardelli chocolate, aka the best chocolate money can buy. The Mint Chocolate Doughnut, meanwhile, features a mint filling with chocolate icing, decorative green icing, chocolate chips and powdered sugar on top. Here’s what they look like IRL. And on the eighth day God created @krispykreme #memberexclusive #freedonuts #newseasaltcaramel #getinmybelly #GrooverPR pic.twitter.com/FKLO36AHGK — Sarah Elizabeth Tuz (@sarahtuz856) April 3, 2017 NEW HOT DONUT ALERT: @ghiradelli and @krispykreme have joined forces (about time, honestly) to make 2 new donuts: mint cho...
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Jesse Fischer's <i>Day Dreamer</i>, a Manifestation of Identity
Huffington Post - about 2 years
The last time I heard "Hine Ma Tov," I was probably at synagogue on the Yale campus, squirming in a button-down, bored and hungry. We used to sing it in Hebrew school, the phonetics somehow sticking with me through the years, praised be the ancients, while my reading skills melted away shortly after my bar mitzvah. Appetizing "research" has been the extent of my Judaism recently, so it was a surprise to see the tune, an ode to unity and goodness, deep in the track list of Jesse Fischer's new album Day Dreamer, out now on Ropeadope Records. It's a hymn that reverberates off the walls of his ancestry, too. "All that stuff that Herbie was doing in the early 70's -- they weren't just continuing hard bop, they were really trying to figure out what being American but also African meant to them," Fischer told me in a recent Skype conversation. "I've always been intrigued by that, but that's not my heritage. It's important to figure out what my heritage is and where that fits into growi...
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Accused Drug Kingpin Poses For 'Happiest Mug Shot In America'
Huffington Post - over 2 years
A 19-year-old Texas teen accused of drug possession and the manufacture/ distribution of a controlled substance doesn’t seem to be letting the charges get her down. Instead, Sarah Elizabeth Furay is becoming a viral sensation after posing for what the Houston Chronicle has dubbed the "happiest mugshot" in America. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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YouTuber Takes His Love For Books to the Next Level
Huffington Post - over 2 years
He's a successful YouTuber, a book enthusiast, and has cultivated quite the following on social media. Ben Alderson - aka Benjaminoftomes - is a superstar in his own right. Now, Ben is embarking on another journey with his new micropublishing house, Oftomes Publishing. The first book from Oftomes is called Secrets in Phoenix by Gabriella Lepore, which is a fun and entertaining read that fans of young adult fantasy will devour in one sitting. I had the pleasure of catching up with Ben to hear all about his new venture. Tell us a little about your background and how you got into booktubing. I started booktubing almost three years ago. It was a way for me to express my newfound love for books and young adult literature. I joined because, at that point in my life, my best friend Jasmine was the only person I knew who read, and I felt the urge to find a community that shares similar or different views - a safe place for me to express my opinions and create new friends with sim...
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Oregon babysitter charged with murder of baby
Yahoo News - almost 3 years
By Shelby Sebens PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - An Oregon babysitter accused of violently shaking a 7-month-old boy who died of head injuries has been indicted for murder and is back in jail after her original arrest on a manslaughter charge, authorities said on Thursday. Police arrested Sarah Elizabeth Martin, 37, on Wednesday after a grand jury indicted her this week, Oregon City Police Sergeant Matthew Paschall said in a statement. The death was ruled a homicide on April 9 and Martin was accused of causing the child's injuries by “violently shaking him” while she was watching the baby at her home in Oregon City, court documents show.
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Get Granny on Fallon — Movement starts to get Newcastle resident on ‘The Tonight Show’
Issaquah Press - almost 3 years
Newcastle resident Italene Gaddis had a dream. By Christina Corrales-Toy Italene Gaddis, an 87-year-old poet, songwriter and musician, plays her autoharp in her Newcastle home Feb. 19. The 90-year-old musician, author extraordinaire wanted to join Johnny Carson on “The Tonight Show” and sing her mother a song. Almost 30 years after that dream was born, it’s still that, a dream. But if Gaddis and her supporters at KING-5 TV have their way, that fantasy will become reality sooner than later. “You know, some things you try to do, they don’t happen right away,” Gaddis said from her Newcastle home April 23. “It don’t mean it’s not going to be, it just means it’s not time.” KING 5 and reporter Lori Matsukawa started a campaign April 22 to try and get Gaddis an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” The local NBC affiliate, the same network that carries Fallon’s show, is asking everyone to use the hashtag #GetGrannyonFallon on social media to show their suppor...
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Gregg Allman filmmakers plead not guilty to Georgia manslaughter charges
Yahoo News - over 3 years
The director and producer of a film about rock singer Gregg Allman on Thursday said they pleaded not guilty in Georgia on charges stemming from a death on the set of the movie "Midnight Rider." Director Randall Miller and his wife, producer Jody Savin, were indicted, along with executive producer Jay Sedrish, two weeks ago on involuntary manslaughter charges after a camera operator was killed in February when she was struck by a train during production. "This was a horrible tragedy and a horrific accident." Atlanta resident Sarah Elizabeth Jones, 27, died on Feb. 20 after an oncoming train tore through the set while the movie crew installed equipment to film on some train tracks and a trestle bridge in rural Wayne County near Savannah. Authorities have said the film company, Unclaimed Freight Productions Inc, did not have permission to film on an active train track.
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Alone on Valentine's Day? Meet Some of My Friends
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Last year, author Claire Messud scolded a reporter who commented that she wouldn't want to be friends with the narrator of Messud's most recent novel, The Woman Upstairs. The interviewer asked the author if she'd want the character for a friend. "For heaven's sake, what kind of question is that?" said Messud. "Would you want to be friends with Humbert Humbert? Would you want to be friends with Mickey Sabbath? Saleem Sinai? Hamlet? Krapp? Oedipus? Oscar Wao? Antigone? Raskolnikov? Any of the characters in The Corrections? Any of the characters in Infinite Jest? Any of the characters in anything Pynchon has ever written? Or Martin Amis? Or Orhan Pamuk? Or Alice Munro, for that matter? If you're reading to find friends, you're in deep trouble. We read to find life, in all its possibilities. The relevant question isn't 'is this a potential friend for me?' but 'is this character alive?'" I completely agree with Messud that one should never judge a novel by how much you'd like to have c...
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Real Captain Phillips Didn't Empathize With Somali Pirates: 'We Were Always Adversaries'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
WILLISTON, Vt. -- WILLISTON, Vt. (AP) — The captain of the American cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates four years ago returned home from sea to another hero's welcome — this time for a sneak peek of the Tom Hanks movie about the ordeal. "Captain Phillips" got an early screening Tuesday night at a benefit in Richard Phillips' home state of Vermont ahead of its national release in theaters on Oct. 11. Phillips got a rousing standing ovation after he addressed the packed theater. He said the movie was entertainment but the benefit showing was an opportunity to raise money for a Champlain College scholarship in honor of a 2012 graduate who died. The event also gave him a chance to honor the military and say thanks to his crew and Vermont community, who he said helped him and his family in a time of need. "The military — they are the true heroes in my story," said Phillips, who was introduced by former Gov. Jim Douglas. Hanks plays Phillips in Paul Greengrass' docudrama adapted fro...
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Sarah Elizabeth Richards: The Agony of the Undecided: Does Egg Freezing Help Women Know if They Want Kids?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
It's been a busy week in the Breeder Wars. First comes Lauren Sandler's Time cover "The Childfree Life" about couples who don't want children, followed by Melanie Notkin's Huffington Post piece "The Truth About the Childless Life" about people who do want children but haven't found the right partners. Yet amid all the chatter between the "No" and "Yes, but not yet" contingents, there's a third group who have largely been ignored. These are women who genuinely don't know whether they want to be moms. No matter their relationship or job status, many are stuck in a purgatory of uncertainty -- quietly terrified that by the time they decide they want to reproduce, it will be too late to have biological children. Of course, being unsure about taking the plunge to parenthood isn't exactly a new phenomenon. Journalist Corrie Pikul wrote a poignant Elle piece a couple years ago about her anxiety waiting for an overwhelming maternal urge to seize her while she gamed the biological cl...
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WATCH: What Goes Into A Woman's Decision To Freeze Her Eggs
Huffington Post - over 4 years
When and why should a woman decide to freeze her eggs? Sarah Elizabeth Richards, author of the recent book Motherhood, Rescheduled, and Dr. Nicole Noyes, Director of Reproductive Surgery at NYU's Fertility Center, joined host Dena Takruri to discuss the elements of that question on a recent HuffPost Live segment. Asked if she would encourage all women in their late 20s to consider freezing their eggs, Dr. Noyes stressed that everyone's personal situation is different. Women should evaluate whether their career plans might make it difficult to become a parent for "set blocks of time" in the immediate future, she said, and factor that into the decision. "For instance, I went to medical school and then residency and fellowship, and those were set blocks of time that I knew weren't going to be ideal for parenting. ... If you know you have big blocks like that coming, [considering freezing eggs at] 29 is ideal." Richards added that the women she profiled in her book we...
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Sarah Elizabeth Ippel: Modeling Excellence for Transformative Change in Education
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
Last week, we had the opportunity to bring 22 students from the Academy of Global Citizenship (AGC) to join thousands of children from across the Chicagoland area at the latest of first lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign events. Government officials, business representatives and notable athletes gathered at the McCormick Center for the event. The atmosphere was upbeat and exciting as students participated in guided exercise classes, shared healthy snacks and heard from powerful speakers. Still, the day's message remained clear throughout: health, wellness and physical activity are integral to a holistic education and it allows students to succeed in school. Michelle Obama knows how to relate to children. "She is magnificent," exclaimed AGC fifth-grader Emma May Tadla. The first lady communicated powerfully: "It is so important for each of you to realize that every day you, and you alone, have the power to choose the life you want for yourself. ... The only...
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Lena Tabori: Chicago Heroes Changing the World
Huffington Post - over 5 years
Gary Slutkin's unorthodox approach of training local members of America's most crime-ridden urban areas to use their street credibility to interrupt the violent impulses of fellow residents before they are acted upon, while simultaneously providing social outreach and educational resources within the communities, is the foundation of his organization CeaseFire. Since its implementation in various Chicago neighborhoods, incidents of shootings have fallen as much as 40 to 70 percent, and retaliation homicides have decreased as much as 100 percent. As we all know, the City of Chicago witnessed an alarming spike in gang-related homicides this spring, the effects of which citizens and the police force are still dealing with. Even President Barack Obama mentioned the increase in gun violence during a recent presidential debate. And while the problem has slowed somewhat, tension remains high, and people are looking for solutions. Fortunately, Gary Slutkin, a physician and infe...
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Police Say Women Stole Car—From U.S. Marine Corps: South Metro Crime Report
Burnsville Patch - over 5 years
  The following stories originally appeared last week on Patch sites in Scott, Rice and Dakota counties. To read the full article, click on the headline link.   Apple Valley-Rosemount Rosemount Man Charged with Sexual Abuse of 7-Year-Old Girl Police say Ernest Henry Chouinard inappropriately touched the girl while staying at her home in Rosemount. Apple Valley Man Charged with Using 2-Year-Old as Human Shield Police say Timothy Lee Myers refused to put his hands above his head when ordered to do so. When an officer pointed a gun at him, Myers grabbed the child and held her in front of him. Apple Valley Woman Charged with Beating Toddlers Arrested in Scott County Ashley Marie Roff, one of two people charged with beating 2- and 3-year-old girls and allegedly causing a brain injury in the younger child, was arrested Monday.   Burnsville Police: Women Stole Car—From U.S. Marine Corps Tonya Annamae Losh of Fridley and Sarah Elizabeth Burrington of Min...
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Police: Women Stole Car—From U.S. Marine Corps
Burnsville Patch - over 5 years
OUTSIDE MINNEAPOLIS -- Two local woman have been charged with breaking into cars in a parking ramp, then stealing a car belonging to the U.S. Marine Corps recruiting center and driving it to Fridley—where police found them with the help of the stolen car’s GPS unit. Tonya Annamae Losh, 33, of Fridley and Sarah Elizabeth Burrington, 27, of Minneapolis are each charged with three felonies: car theft, which carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine theft and first-degree criminal damage to property, each of which has a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine Heart of the City According to the criminal complaints: Burnsville police were called to the Heart of the City parking ramp Monday on several reports of thefts and damage to vehicles, along with the theft of a 2010 Chevrolet Malibu that belonged to the United States government.  One victim reported that two windows were broken on his work vehicle, also the property of th...
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