“There are people out there who think he’s a real person,” said Alex Werner, the exhibition’s lead curator. “His profile has never been higher.”
On the show, premiering Tuesday night (9 p.m. EDT), 12 American women are flown to the English countryside to stay in a beautiful estate to meet a handsome man, who happens to resemble Harry. Hicks eliminates contestants along the way, and acknowledges his real identity in the end, reminiscent of the 2003 Fox show “Joe Millionaire.”
Abu Nusaybah, was arrested immediately after he gave a BBC Television interview describing how Adebolajo may have become radicalized and alleging that Britain’s security services tried to recruit him.
AURORA | The two high school dual meets Regis Jesuit swimming star Missy Franklin will compete in will be a week apart, starting with Tuesday against Highlands Ranch.
Missy Franklin has been honored in a lot of places since her incredible performance at the Summer Olympics. The swimming phenom’s Aurora high school, Regis Jesuit, will do so officially with an assembly at the school on Aug. 27.
DENVER | Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office announced a celebration for Colorado athletes who completed in the Olympics on Saturday, which will include an appearance by Missy Franklin. The 17-year-old swimming star — who won four gold medals and a bronze in London in her Olympic debut — will be among those on hand at 3:30 […]
Dubbed the “Female Phelps,” Missy Franklin put herself on the road to that nickname in her Olympic debut. On the same day in London that legendary men’s swimmer Michael Phelps collected his 22nd overall medal, Franklin captured the fifth of her first trip to the world’s largest athletic stage. “I don’t think his shoes will […]
LONDON | On a night when the legendary Michael Phelps exited the world stage, Missy Franklin capped a brilliant Olympic debut by helping the U.S. win gold in the women’s medley relay — with a world-record time, no less. The 17-year-old student at Aurora’s Regis Jesuit High School gives the U.S. hope for the post-Phelps […]
“I hope this means a lot to them,” Franklin says. “I have constantly been thinking about them throughout this whole time. Everything I did here is dedicated to them.”
Missy Franklin dominated the final of the 200 meter backstroke at the Olympics on Friday, setting a world record and claiming her third gold medal of the Games. Franklin, a 17-year-old who attends Aurora’s Regis Jesuit High School, led from start to finish at the Aquatic Centre in London, dominating the last 100 meters of […]