Entertainment RHONJ alum Danielle Staub mourns the loss of her Chihuahua Fendi
Scout Willis shields her Chihuahua from the rain while running errands
Southern California is currently experiencing some uncharacteristically rainy weather. And Scout Willis was spotted shielding her beloved pup Grandma from the downpour, while running errands in Brentwood on Wednesday afternoon.The 29-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis positioned her hands over her Chihuahua's head as they made their way towards the Brentwood Country Mart.Scout carried Grandma in a beige sling that coordinated with her cozy plaid cardigan.
Real Housewives of New Jersey alum Danielle Staub took to Instagram on Tuesday to mourn the loss of her Chihuahua dog Fendi.
'It’s impossible to express the sorrow and pain We feel over the loss of our precious Fendi!' Staub, 58, said in the caption. 'My sweet little baby girl I want to thank you for giving me the best 14 years anyone could ask for. You are my best friend, companion and continuous source of joy!'
The Real Housewives of New Jersey alum continued, 'I am lost without you but I want you to find your Peace. You are my angel.'
She wrapped up the emotional post in saying, 'I love you more than words. RIP my little one.'
U.S. says Mexico plan to ban GMO corn imports does not apply to animal feed
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Staub, a native of Wayne, New Jersey, last month posted a picture of Fendi on National Puppy Day.
She captioned the shot, 'Love you Fendi,' adding that the canine was her 'constant source of' smiles.
In an accompanying shot, Staub had her brown locks pulled back as she held her beloved pooch, who was outfitted in a green furry ensemble.
Staub had frequently featured Fendi on her social media accounts, including a cooking clip onlast year, saying, 'Fendi is quite familiar with her burger - well, she should be. It's named after her.'
'Concrete Cowboy' shows Philadelphia's Black cowboy culture
NEW YORK (AP) — Historians estimate that 1 in 4 American cowboys were Black but you would be hard pressed to find a movie genre whiter than the Western. “Concrete Cowboy,” an urban Western about African American riders in Philadelphia starring Idris Elba, is about an often unseen — and persisting — Black cowboy culture. “Concrete Cowboy" is a father-son drama set around Fletcher Street Stables, one of the oldest and last-remaining of Philadelphia's hardscrabble inner-city stables. It dates back more than 100 years to when horse-drawn wagons were used to deliver produce, laundry and milk.
She received condolences from many people including fellow Bravo alum Gretchen Rossi, who wrote, 'So sorry ... sending healing prayers.'
After being a principle player on the show's first two seasons, Staub initially departed in season three. She came back in a limited 'friend' capacity over the past three seasons before she announced her exit from Real Housewives of New Jersey in January 2020 on Watch What Happens Live.
She said at the time: 'I will be never returning as a Housewife again with the Jersey girls. I have, over the past 12 years and 10 seasons, been a part of this whole franchise and I've been very happy to rally and stand on a platform and be here with all of you.
'But it is time for me to leave and do something that I want to do that makes my heart happy every day.'
Biden mourns passing of Rep. Alcee Hastings .
President Biden mourned the passing of "trailblazing" Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Fla.), who died on Tuesday at the age of 84 after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. In a statement, Biden said that he had the privilege of getting to know Hastings when Biden served the Senate and later as Vice President, and admired his humor and ability to speak the truth without reservation. "I greatly admired him for his singular sense of humor, and for always speaking the truth bluntly and without reservation," Biden said.