PROFESSOR Green is one of the UK's most successful rappers and one of its most recognisable faces. The rapper hit the headlines after his high-profile marriage to the Made In Chelsea star broke up. But what else do we know about the musician. Who is Professor Green? British rapper Professor Green, 35, was born Stephen Manderson on November 27 1983. He was raised in Hackney, London, and his professional name comes from his favourite character and suspect in the board game Cluedo. Pro describes the area he grew up in Upper Clapton "murder mile", and has rapped about dealing drugs and being arrested in the area. What was Professor Green's rise to fame? When Pro Green was 23, he released his first mixtape and toured with Lily Allen soon after. His debut album from 2010 featured Allen, Emeli Sande, Example and Labrinth among others, and he's also worked with Rizzle Kicks and Miles Kane since then. The star, who became a judge on Lip Sync Battle on Channel 5 in 2016, is … [Read more...] about HHow old is rapper Professor Green, when was he married to Millie Mackintosh and why was he rushed to hospital?
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Karen Bouffard The Detroit News Published 11:54 AM EST Nov 29, 2018 Detroit Receiving hospital stopped surveillance of most surgical site infections due to staff cuts in 2018, including for patients exposed to dirty surgical instruments, according to a report released Wednesday that details why the hospital failed federal inspections. The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ordered inspections Oct. 18 of Detroit Receiving Hospital and Harper University Hospital in October in response to physician complaints about quality of care issues at the Detroit Medical Center hospitals. Harper University Hospital also failed its inspection over problems with infection control that included flying insects found in the Intensive Care Unit there. At Receiving, inspectors found that, with few exceptions, surgical site infections were monitored for a select group of surgeries where mandatory reporting of surgical site infections is required by the federal Centers … [Read more...] about Dirty instruments cause second DMC hospital to fail federal inspection
Plans to charge Blue Badge holders for parking at Kingston Hospital have been met with a barrage of criticism from campaigners, councillors and residents. The hospital expects the charges to bring in £100,000 a year. Charges were first introduced in January, but they were paused in May amid a legal challenge that claimed the trust was discriminating against disabled people. The hospital then reviewed the policy. Trust bosses announced on October 8 their final decision to make Blue Badge holders pay £2 a day from 2019, and they spoke at a Health and Overview Scrutiny meeting at Kingston Council on October 11 to defend the move. Chief executive Ann Radmore said: "This is not an easy set of discussions. If I did not have to charge for car parking, I would rather not - anybody, actually. But the trust does not receive any separate funds to operate its car park." She said the hospital has to run a "commercial operation" when it comes to parking, and that it is therefore the … [Read more...] about Blue Badge parking at Kingston Hospital will raise £100k
By Nanette Asimov Updated 6:36 pm PDT, Sunday, October 7, 2018 Timmy Chan (left) goes over an equation with students Joseph Imbat and Ryan Tsai during a Business Calculus 1 class, which replaces a no-credit remedial math course, at San Francisco State University. Timmy Chan (left) goes over an equation with students Joseph Imbat and Ryan Tsai during a Business Calculus 1 class, which replaces a no-credit remedial math course, at San Francisco State University. Photo: Photos By Amy Osborne / Special To The Chronicle Chan’s math class incorporates basic concepts students didn’t master in high school, but with real-world applications in a financial context. Chan’s math class incorporates basic concepts students didn’t master in high school, but with real-world applications in a financial context. Photo: Amy Osborne / Special To … [Read more...] about CSU, struggling to raise graduation rates, eliminates no-credit remedial classes
The Trump Administration's deregulatory push has now hit Hollywood as the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday announced it would be opening up a review of the famous "Paramount Consent Decrees," otherwise known as various restrictions on the way that major film studios distribute films to movie theatres. The Paramount Consent Decrees were born nearly three-quarters of a century ago when the Justice Department pursued a huge antitrust case against Paramount Pictures, MGM, Warner Bros, 20th Century Fox, RKO Pictures and a few smaller studios. At the time, the studios controlled almost everything about filmmaking — locking up talent to long-range contracts and owning theatre chains that made it very tough for independents to compete. The antitrust lawsuit went up to the U.S. Supreme Court, which in 1948 issued a landmark decision forcing studios to divest themselves of ownership of movie theatres. Although the ramifications of that decision were significant — eroding … [Read more...] about Justice Dept. Reviewing Movie Licensing Restrictions On the Books for Decades