Nuggets’ Grant focuses interview on Taylor death

Nuggets forward Jerami Grant spoke with reporters Wednesday and answered all five of his questions by keeping the focus on Breonna Taylor’s death and on social justice. – NBA

Hollyoaks star Talia Grant says black people treated as ‘disposable’ on TV

Hollyoaks actress Talia Grant joins other cast members to discuss racism in the media and beyond.
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Former MythBusters Host Grant Imahara Dies at 49

Former MythBusters and White Rabbit Project host Grant Imahara has died, aged 49. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Imahara died suddenly after a brain aneurysm.

Former Mythbusters co-host Adam Savage has expressed via Twitter he’s at a loss over the news.

“I’ve been part of two big families with Grant Imahara over the last 22 years,” wrote Savage. “Grant was a truly brilliant engineer, artist and performer, but also just such a generous, easygoing, and gentle person. Working with Grant was so much fun. I’ll miss my friend.”

Imahara’s Mythbusters and White Rabbit Project co-host Kari Byron has also responded, posting a picture of herself alongside Imahara and fellow Mythbusters alum Tory Belleci.

Imahara was best-known for his work on MythBusters, which he joined in 2005 and appeared in over 200 episodes. Imahara left the show in 2014 alongside his on-screen “Build Team” partners Byron and Belleci and the trio went on to host the shortlived Netflix Original Series White Rabbit Project in 2016.

Prior to his work on MythBusters Imahara spent nearly a decade working in visual effects for Lucasfilm’s Industrial Light and Magic division. Imahara worked as a model maker on a host of high-profile films, including The Lost World, Terminator 3, Galaxy Quest, and all three films in the Star Wars prequel trilogy.

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Grant Imahara: Mythbusters TV host dies suddenly at 49

He was known for Mythbusters and White Rabbit Project, and made models for the Star Wars prequels.
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Grant Imahara, ‘Mythbusters’ Host, Dies at 49

Grant Imahara, an electrical engineer and former host on the Discovery Channel show “Mythbusters” has died at 49, a spokesperson for Discovery has confirmed to Variety. “We are heartbroken to hear this sad news about Grant. He was an important part of our Discovery family and a really wonderful man. Our thoughts and prayers go […]



Grant Gustin, Caity Lotz and More Stars Join The Plague Nerdalogues

Back in May, writer-producer Marc Bernardin (Castle Rock, Star Trek: Picard) launched The Plague Nerdalogues, a charitable initiative featuring stars from across the genre space self-taping some of the most iconic monologues from film and TV history, all to raise funds for No Kid Hungry.

The video series has raised over $ 16,000 to date, spotlighting performances from Star Trek legend Jonathan Frakes (channeling his best Captain Kirk), Battlestar Galactica’s Tricia Helfer (taking on the role of Bill from Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill), and Krypton star Cameron Cuffe (fittingly tackling Marlon Brando’s Jor-El monologue from Superman), and was initially designed as a way to raise money and bring people together during the COVID-19 pandemic. The series was always intended to expand with new actors contributing additional monologues in its second wave, but in the wake of the protests against racial injustice that have swept the globe following George Floyd’s death, Bernardin was compelled to direct funds for the next round of “Nerdalogues” to Black Lives Matter.

“It became clear to me, as both an African American and a human being, that if we could raise money for a cause that’s affected so many since they were born, then we should,” said Bernardin in a statement. “We’ve all wanted to do something. We’re all moved to action. And when I mentioned to the actors who’d already contributed their monologues, not a one raised an objection. We all stand together. Nerds and strong. And even though the ‘plague’ in the title initially referred to COVID-19, to apply it to systemic racism — America’s first plague — felt apt.”

Watch the trailer for a preview of some of the stars participating in The Plague Nerdalogues: The Second Wave:

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IGN can exclusively reveal the stars participating in The Plague Nerdalogues: The Second Wave, debuting June 12, including Bernardin’s Fatman Beyond co-host, director Kevin Smith, The Flash’s Grant Gustin, Will Forte (Last Man on Earth), Yvette Nicole Brown (Community), David Ramsey (Arrow), Malcolm Barrett (Timeless), Christina Ochoa (Animal Kingdom), David Harewood (Supergirl), Caity Lotz (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), Gary Anthony Williams (Solar Opposites), Jordan Calloway (Black Lightning), Tracie Thoms (9-1-1), Eugene Byrd (Bones), Jay Pharoah (Saturday Night Live), Jesse Rath (Supergirl), Chris Lee (Legacies), Rahul Kohli (iZombie), Parisa Fitz-Henley (Luke Cage), Ahmed Best (Star Wars: Jedi Temple Challenge), Brittany Curran (The Magicians), Olivia Swann (DC’s Legends of Tomorrow), Alaina Huffman (The 100), Drew Powell (Gotham), Michael Trucco (Battlestar Galactica), Dani Fernandez (Ralph Breaks the Internet), Camrus Johnson (Batwoman), Affion Crockett (Pixels) Jessie Graff (American Ninja Warrior), Ashley A. Williams (Double Cross), Annika Noelle (The Bold and the Beautiful), and Casey McKinnon (The Tragedy of JFK).

To watch the monologues, you can visit and donate to Black Lives Matter to gain access to the full library of videos, which will expand over time as more monologues are submitted.

“When the moment and the movement yields some real concrete change, then this will have served its purpose and these videos will be made public,” added Bernardin. “Until then, I hope our collective love for both the geek world and the real world can do a little good.”

The Plague Monologues series is produced and curated by Bernardin, with web design and video editorial provided by Hannibal Tabu, and additional contributions from writer-producers Deric A. Hughes (Arrow) and Lamont Magee (Black Lightning).

The first wave of monologues also included performances from Phil Lamarr (Justice League), David Dastmalchian (Ant-Man), Azita Ghanizada (Elementary), Todd Stashwick (12 Monkeys), Rob Benedict (Supernatural), Yuri Lowenthal (Spider-Man), Ruth Connell (Supernatural), Rekha Sharma (Battlestar Galactica), Tiffany Smith (Masters of the Universe: Revelation), Damion Poitier (The Flash), Aaron Douglas (Battlestar Galactica), Hal Lublin (The Thrilling Adventure Hour), David Blue (Stargate: Universe), and Clarke Wolfe (Satanic Panic).


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The Flash’s Grant Gustin and Stephen Amell Speak Out After Co-Star Hartley Sawyer Is Fired

Grant Gustin, Stephen Amell On the heels of Hartley Sawyer’s firing from The Flash, co-stars Grant Gustin and Stephen Amell have publicly joined the conversation.
On Monday, it was confirmed that Sawyer, who…

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Grant rips Jordan over ‘so-called documentary’

Ex-Bull Horace Grant fired back Tuesday at claims Michael Jordan made against him during “The Last Dance.” – TOP

L.A. Artist Alexandra Grant Designs ‘Love’ Necklaces For Charity

Due to the coronavirus, Los Angeles artist Alexandra Grant had to cancel last month’s launch of her latest GrantLove Project prints and collectibles, originally scheduled to bow at an evening party at the Oscar de la Renta boutique on Melrose Place. But that didn’t stop her from rolling out the arts benefit charity collection online, including her new “Love” necklaces, now available just in time for Mother’s Day.
“After 10 years of being out of print with the last necklace edition, it was important to have a refreshed design that reflects my current aesthetic sense,” said Grant of the jewelry, which plays off her work examining text and language through painting and other media. The delicate necklace designs with bold lettering are available in sterling silver for $ 175 and 18-karat gold for $ 775.
Profits from the necklaces will benefit Project Angel Food, the Heart of Los Angeles and Visual Arts Los Angeles, a collaboration for women-identified artists with the Orange County Museum of Art, where Grant was due to have her first solo exhibition open this month before COVID-19 postponed it indefinitely.
Grant started the GrantLove Project in 2009 and through it, has raised more than $ 125,000 for charities. A longtime artist and

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How to Apply for the CFDA’s A Common Thread Grant

The Council of Fashion Designers of America is responding to the growing number of fashion designers and brands being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The organization has repurposed its CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund initiative by renaming it, A Common Thread. The new grant aims to support those in the industry that are facing severe financial hardship because of the pandemic. The fund is just one of many grants newly available for small businesses affected by the virus.
Here, WWD breaks down the specifics of A Common Thread, including which businesses are eligible and how much aid they can receive.
What is A Common Thread?
The CFDA and Vogue teamed to launch the initiative to raise awareness and funds for American fashion companies impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Who is eligible for A Common Thread?
Any small to medium-size business in the fashion industry that has been running for more than two years may apply for the grant. Small to medium-size businesses are defined as having no more than 30 full-time employees and under $ 10 million in revenue.
Applicants can include fashion designers, retailers, factories and other fashion, jewelry or apparel companies. Applicants do not have to be CFDA members or a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist.
When can you apply

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A Common Thread Grant Application Process Opens Today

A Common Thread, spearheaded by the CFDA and Vogue to raise awareness and funds for the American fashion community impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, will begin accepting grant applications today, starting at 8 a.m. Application forms are available on the CFDA web site
Applicants do not have to be a CFDA member or a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist. Anyone in the fashion industry who has been in business for over two years may apply. Grants made by A Common Thread will target small to medium-size businesses including designers, retailers, factories, and other fashion companies.
A grant committee has been established and will review the first round of applications quickly. The committee will look at 2018 and 2019 financials, what was projected for 2020 and what the adjusted 2020 projection is now.
The first round for applications will run from April 8 to April 19, followed by a second round from April 20 to May 3. Given the immediate need for assistance within the industry, the first round of grants will be distributed by the end of May. Grants will be awarded up to $ 100,000, with further rounds dependent on funding and need.
The grant committee represents a cross section of experience in the industry.

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Boras to honor Kobe’s wish, grant internship

Baseball superagent Scott Boras told the Los Angeles Times that he will create an internship for the teenage daughter of John Altobelli, the baseball coach killed in last month’s helicopter crash. – TOP

Martin Grant Pre-Fall 2020

Having tinkered in recent years with the timing of his collections and the introduction of men’s wear, Martin Grant is switching gears again, showing only archival looks for his pre-fall collection.
“I’ve gone complete slow fashion. As it’s getting faster and faster, I’ve decided to do the complete opposite,” he explained.
A coat from 1996 is the oldest design culled from Grant’s archives, but most of the patterns he revived are from the last dozen years, such as a red coat with a sculptural shawl collar from 2008. Some of the models will only be available in limited editions of 10 to 30.
The collection also includes dresses, blouses and skirts, as well as new versions of the beige trench famously worn by Meghan Markle. Grant said he plans to offer a selection of vintage looks as part of his collections going forward, an approach that chimes with his pragmatic approach to wardrobe-building.
“It hopefully proves the point that something that is timeless, why not keep going with it, why not bring it back? It still looks fresh,” he said.

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Hugh Grant tweets infamous mugshot after criticism over political flexibility

Hugh Grant has tweeted an infamous mugshot from the moment he was arrested alongside a Los Angeles sex worker in response to “trolls” who have criticised his endorsement of election candidates from multiple parties.
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Hugh Grant confronted by anti-racism protesters for backing Labour

Actor Hugh Grant has been confronted by anti-racism protesters as he campaigned for a Labour candidate.
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Grant, Jokic power Nuggets to sixth straight win

A season-high 20 points from Jerami Grant complimented a season-high 20 rebounds from Nikola Jokic, as the Denver Nuggets raced past the Washington Wizards for their sixth straight win on Tuesday. – NBA

Hugh Grant hits back at ‘rude’ Sajid Javid in handshake row

Hugh Grant has hit back at Sajid Javid after being criticised for refusing to shake the Chancellor’s hand at a film premiere.
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Martin Grant RTW Spring 2020

“It’s a little bit ‘workwear meets Bubblegum Barbie,’” said Martin Grant, by way of introducing his spring collection. That’s some statement, coming from a designer famous for dressing style icons like Cate Blanchett and Meghan Markle.
Grant was referring specifically to a blue belted shirtdress with safari pockets that he’d paired with pink heels, but there were plenty of other playful options in his spring collection: a sexy pink halterneck minidress; cross-back bra tops, and a navy linen zip-front, hourglass bustier dress.
They tipped his trademark masculine-feminine dynamic into flirtier territory. Even the suits had a softer edge this season, courtesy of a slightly Eighties-feeling curved, cropped pant shape. Grant emphasized the waist by belting everything from oversize shirts to a flowing one-shouldered pink taffeta evening gown.
He also used the taffeta for a puff-sleeved shirt, noting that the fabric was made by a French company that historically supplied haute couture houses. “It’s one of the first pinks that I used when I moved to Paris, and it’s called ‘Paris.’ I like also that I can go back to a house that I used 15 years ago and have that exact color,” he mused.
Bubblegum Barbie just got a couture makeover.

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Richard E Grant goes travelling for BBC book series

The actor will front a three-part series during a year-long “celebration of literature” on the BBC.
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YouTuber Grant Thompson Dead at 38

Grant Thompson, who went by "The King of Random" on YouTube, tragically passed away following a paragliding accident in Utah.
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Natazzi Mens Air Grant Penny Suede Leather Shoes Original Slip-On Driving Loafer Brown

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Grant, Notre Dame outduel Okafor, Duke

Jerian Grant had 23 points and 12 assists, and No. 8 Notre Dame made two shots in the final 67 seconds as the shot clock ran out to beat No. 4 Duke 77-73 on Wednesday night.