Actor Jon Cryer turns to B.C. ring-finder to search for lost wedding band

VANCOUVER — An actor is sharing his gratitude towards a Vancouver service specializing in finding lost rings after losing his own wedding band, kicking off a panicked search attempt.

Jon Cryer, known for his role in the television series Two and a Half Men, was walking along Vancouver’s seawall to meet up with castmates, on Friday when he lost his wedding ring.

“I pulled my hand out of my pocket and heard a ‘ping!’ To my left. I walked a couple more steps and realized my wedding ring was gone…,” he wrote on Twitter.

Cryer said he frantically searched for the missing wedding band but rain and a lack of working lamp posts hindered his efforts.

Losing the ring was especially hard, due to COVID-19 travel restrictions restricting him from seeing his wife regularly while filming in Vancouver, he wrote.

He returned Saturday to search through a muddy section of

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Lincoln Project Turns Trump’s Regeneron Praise into Cheesy 80s-style Infomercial

The Lincoln Project has mocked President Donald Trump’s recent praise for Regeneron with a new video depicting him as a TV salesman hawking a product in a commercial.

a man wearing a suit and tie: U.S. President Donald Trump returns to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on October 05, 2020 in Washington, DC. Trump spent three days hospitalized for coronavirus. Trump has praised an experimental drug cocktail he received.

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U.S. President Donald Trump returns to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on October 05, 2020 in Washington, DC. Trump spent three days hospitalized for coronavirus. Trump has praised an experimental drug cocktail he received.

The conservative group, which opposes Trump’s re-election, posted the video on Twitter on Thursday. It uses footage from the president’s own recent video and editing that makes the footage look like a VHS tape recording from the 1980s or 1990s.

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“REGENERON!” the Lincoln Project tweeted. The video is a parody infomercial that uses jaunty music and garish graphics

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Bride-to-be claims future mother-in-law, sister-in-law ruined wedding dress after taking turns trying it on

What a wedding dress mess.

A bride-to-be has taken to Reddit to vent about an alleged incident involving her soon-to-be mother-in-law and sister-in-law trying on her wedding dress without her consent, and ultimately ruining it.

According to the anonymous poster, who identified herself as an engaged 26-year-old, her fiancé’s mother had been very aggressive about the type of wedding dress she chose for the upcoming October wedding. At one point, her mother-in-law allegedly “demanded” the bride take her on shopping trips for the dress, but the Redditor writes that when she invited her mother-in-law to the appointment, she began “making excuses about how busy she was with my sister-in-law.”


The bride-to-be instead said she went shopping with her

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Home in Charleston, Judge Richard Fields turns 100, gets surprise party and special gift | News

Usually, he knows when something’s up.

Retired judge Richard E. Fields has accumulated enough accomplishments and gained enough insights during his long life to preempt most surprises.

But Thursday afternoon, on the occasion of Fields’ 100th birthday, family, friends, colleagues, clerks and legislators honored him in front of his West Ashley home with cheers, expressions of gratitude and a special announcement.

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Judge Richard Fields, 100, is escorted to the center of a surprise birthday celebration on Thursday. Adam Parker/Staff

Circuit Judge Deadra Jefferson of Charleston, who now holds Fields’ seat on the bench, introduced the legislative delegation, which included Sens. Marlon Kimpson and Larry Grooms and Reps. David Mack and Wendell Gilliard. She called her mentor “a giant pillar in the community.” Then, addressing him directly, she said, “Many people stand on your shoulders.”

Grooms read the proclamation: The S.C. Department of Transportation has designated Spring Street on

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Thai designer turns school uniform to high-fashion [Video]

In Thailand, school uniforms are governed by strict rules, instructing the length of students’ hair, bows and even a mandatory type of socks.

As students across the country push back against what they call archaic rules, calling for education reform under the broader pro-democracy movement, one young clothing designer is throwing his support behind them in his own colourful way.

Tin Tunsopon has given the uniform a makeover: Oversized collars, flowy skirts and bold sleeve ruffles made from shoe laces.

“By re-creating these uniforms and through various designs, people can see that we should no longer be attached to the (traditional) uniforms.”

Protests sweeping through Thai high schools have been dubbed the ‘Bad Student’ movement by its leaders.

Students have made three finger salutes, inspired by the movie “The Hunger Games”, and made bold fashion choices, such as hacking off their hair publicly in protest.

Tin’s creations are also not

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