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Podcaster Alex Cooper Says Boston U Soccer Coach Left Her ‘Traumatized,’ ‘Scarred’
Alex Cooper, host and creator of the popular podcast “Call Her Daddy,” revealed she is working through a traumatic experience she had with a coach while playing soccer at Boston University.
In a profile interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, Cooper of Newtown, Pennsylvania, addresses the incident but would not go into detail or name the coach. Instead, the 29-year-old focused on healing, “which I’m proud of myself for.”
“Now that I’ve created this platform, I feel new wisdom in certain aspects of my life, from experience and therapy and people I surround myself with,” Cooper told the magazi…
James Beard Award-Winning Chef To Speak At Stamford's Ferguson Library
Iconic chef Jacques Pépin returns to his old stomping, or stirring grounds to promote his new cookbook and talk cooking.
Pépin, the former owner of the Dressing Room restaurant in Westport, will appear in Stamford at the Ferguson Library on Thursday, Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. to discuss his latest book, Cooking My Way: Recipes and Techniques for Economical Cooking.
The evening presentation, to be moderated by Michel Nischan, a four-time James Beard Award winner, will be held at the Main Library, DiMattia Building.
In Cooking My Way, Pépin offers insights and cooking techniques that save money…
Support Swells For Son Of Band Director Killed In I-84 Bus Crash: 'Carry On Gina's Legacy'
As students, colleagues, and loved ones gather to say their final goodbyes to a beloved high school band director killed in a New York bus crash, the community is coming together to ensure that her only child is taken care of financially.
Gina Pellettiere, age 43, of Massapequa, died Thursday, Sept. 21, when a charter bus carrying students from Farmingdale High School on Long Island to a band camp in Greeley, Pennsylvania crashed on I-84 in Orange County.
The rollover wreck also killed 77-year-old Farmingdale resident Beatrice Ferrari, a retired social studies teacher and longtime camp cha…
This Town Is Most Underrated In CT, New Rankings Say: Do You Agree? Vote Now
Of all the wonderful places to go in Connecticut, there's one town that gets looked over too often, according to a new ranking.
Cheapism.com, a blog covering affordable travel, items, and more, ranked the New Haven County town of Guilford as the state’s most overlooked place in its new ranking, “The Most Underrated Town in Every State.”
In order to determine this, the site combed through online reviews and rankings to find places that don't usually get national attention but still have "tremendous value to visitors and locals alike," according to Cheapism.
The over 375-year-old tow…