Model Chrissy Teigen back on social media for first time after miscarriage, Entertainment News & Top Stories

American model Chrissy Teigen is back on social media for the first time since her heartbreaking miscarriage earlier this month.

The 34-year-old had not posted anything since she disclosed on Oct 1 that she had lost her baby boy after suffering pregnancy complications.

The television personality and cookbook author looked to have perked up over the weekend after she saw a post shared on the Instagram account of Betches Media.

It quoted user Kara Morehart, who wrote: “Just booked an eyebrow waxing appointment and I’m excited I’ll be wearing a mask so I don’t have to hear ‘moustache too?'”

Teigen commented: “Finally, a giggle. Thank you.”

Her response garnered many supportive messages from fans who wished her well.

Teigen and her husband, musician John Legend, announced in August they were expecting a third child after she debuted her baby bump at the end of the 41-year-old singer’s music video for

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TRIUMPH! Presents Women’s Stories Virtually in November

The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival is presenting an exceptional slate of theatre, dance and storytelling.

TRIUMPH! Presents Women's Stories Virtually in November

The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival is presenting an exceptional slate of theatre, dance and storytelling by remarkable performers that you can enjoy in a new virtual program, Triumph!

The two matinee programs are hosted by James and Lissa Reynolds. James is the Emmy Award winning star of the NBC Daytime Drama Days of Our Lives. Lissa is the Artistic Director of the Fremont Centre Theatre in South Pasadena, where she starred in A Woman of Independent Means.

Fay Hauser-Price directs the afternoon shows. A member of the Directors Guild, her film credits include Where’s the Smoke and 5150. Her TV credits include Act Now (PBS) and Read to Me L.A. She is also a producer, writer and actor.

Performers include:

November 1 at 3:00 p.m. PST

Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye in The Fannie Lou

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Top finance stories from the week of October 5

Happy Saturday!

Just six days after Morgan Stanley closed on its all-stock E-Trade acquisition, the Wall Street bank said this week that it will buy asset manager Eaton Vance in a deal valued at $7 billion. 

Rebecca Ungarino took a look at why Morgan Stanley’s bid for the storied asset manager gives it a leg up on rivals and signals more deals to come across the industry. She and Bradley Saacks also mapped out 4 asset-management firms that could be the next target as consolidation pressures mount and other banks likewise look for steady businesses to counterbalance more volatile activities like trading. 

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More below, including a performance roundup for big-name hedge funds, a deep dive on D1 Capital’s Dan Sundheim,  and the latest on

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Inside the Stories of the Most Daring Women Spies of World War II

A Call to Spy
A Call to Spy

Radhika Apte as Noor Inayat Khan in ‘A Call to Spy’ Credit – Courtesy of IFC Films

The summer of 1941 was a bleak time for Britain and her European allies in the war. The Nazis were bombing key cities across the country in what came to be known as the Blitz, and much of Europe had fallen to the Germans, leaving Britain vulnerable. This made the work of the Special Operations Executive (SOE), and the actions of three key women within it, that much more important.

Established in June 1940 in London, the SOE was a volunteer force set up to wage a secret war behind enemy lines. Prime Minister Winston Churchill famously ordered the SOE’s agents to “set Europe ablaze” through espionage, sabotage and building a resistance network in occupied Europe. Dozens of women were recruited by the SOE and deployed as spies, including

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