Published 12:05 am PDT, Sunday, September 15, 2019 ADVANCE ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 FOR USE ANY TIME AFTER 3:01 A.M. SUNDAY SEPT 15 - In this Aug. 30th 2019 photo shows Karla Lyons, outside her mobile home at the Lamplighter Village in Federal Heights, Colo. Lyons' waitressing wages are eaten up by a constant stream of home and yard repairs ordered by her park manager, including removal of a giant maple tree that fell on her patio roof and crushed it. She would move if she could afford it. (Kathryn Scott/The Colorado Sun) less ADVANCE ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 FOR USE ANY TIME AFTER 3:01 A.M. SUNDAY SEPT 15 - In this Aug. 30th 2019 photo shows Karla Lyons, outside her mobile home at the Lamplighter Village in Federal Heights, Colo. ... more Photo: Kathryn Scott, AP Photo: Kathryn Scott, AP Image 1 … [Read more...] about Mobile home parks move from mom-and-pop to corporate
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JC Reindl Detroit Free Press Published 7:00 AM EDT Aug 23, 2019 Between 1997 and 2017, salary and pay for the CEO of the Detroit Area Agency on Aging grew more than 175% to $303,180 a year. And the Kresge Foundation boosted its CEO compensation by more than 140% to $855,093. It's well known that pay raises for corporate executives have far outpaced those for ordinary workers in recent decades, contributing to rising income inequality nationwide. A Free Press analysis shows this is often true as well in the nonprofit world of southeast Michigan-based charitable organizations and foundations — groups whose programs and financial contributions have improved the lives of many metro Detroit residents — where many top executives are now making $300,000 a year or more. Similar to what has unfolded in the for-profit sector, many of the region's … [Read more...] about Why southeast Michigan nonprofit CEO salary numbers have jumped
Greg Sargent, The Washington Post Published 8:40 am CDT, Monday, August 19, 2019 As President Donald Trump prepares to run for reelection on the claim that his populist nationalist agenda has been a smashing success, it's awfully telling that Trump and his advisers have now launched a frantic, multi-front effort to deny glaring truths about that agenda that are all right there in plain sight, for all of us to see. A new report in The New York Times documents an emerging pattern: Trump is increasingly explaining away warning signs of a potential recession by resorting to lurid conspiracy theories. Trump claims the Federal Reserve is working against him. He also says the "Fake News Media" is fabricating recession fears - and exaggerating the damage of Trump's trade war with China, a key driver of those fears - to cloud his reelection chances. What we're seeing here should be understood as panic. The Times reports this on Trump's private ventings to advisers: "Mr. Trump … [Read more...] about Trump’s scam is failing him, and he’s in a panic over it
Q: Okay. If you want to start, you can make us the case, once again, why the Convention Center expansion is so essential to the future of San Diego or is it?TERZI: That’s a… it’s a leading question, but… yeah, I can tell you that we’ve been making the case over a lot of years, and the case probably is never stronger than it is today. When you look at the Convention Center and the capacity of the Convention Center and the demand for the Convention Center and the economic value of conventions they… they’re all increasing in spite of what some people might say in the industry that conventions are dying, convention centers are sitting there empty. That’s not the case for the top half a dozen convention centers around the country of which San Diego is, in… in my mind from a size and a scope standpoint, probably the number one sought after convention facility in the country. Now, there are many other cities that have larger facilities, … [Read more...] about Q&A: A Conversation with San Diego tourism officials
VANESSA Feltz, the BBC Radio host and former Celebrity Big Brother star, provided some of the most memorable moments of UK reality show history. Here's what you need to know about the journalist and TV star... Who is Vanessa Feltz, how old is she and what's her background? Vanessa Feltz was born in London in 1962, and studied at the prestigious Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls and Trinity College, Cambridge. The 56-year-old became a journalist after graduating from uni – often specialising in sex tips – before replacing Paula Yates for the "On the Bed" interviews on Channel 4's The Big Breakfast. She went on to have her own ITV daytime chat show, Vanessa, before moving to the BBC to present The Vanessa Show, which followed a similar format. However, The Vanessa Show suffered controversy and was eventually cancelled when it was alleged some of the "guests" were actors. Vanessa has had a BBC Radio London show since joining the local station in 2001, and took … [Read more...] about How old is Vanessa Feltz, who’s her fiancé Ben Ofoedu and how many kids does she have?