Who is the son of the famous musician?

A musician is a person who plays a musical instrument or sings, either as a profession or as a hobby. Musicians create, perform, and interpret music in various genres, such as classical, jazz, pop, rock, hip-hop, and others. They may perform solo or in ensemble settings, such as orchestras, bands, choirs, or chamber groups. Some musicians also compose original music, ... Read More »

A party at one of the Waldorf Astoria hotels in Washington DC

Waldorf Astoria Washington DC is where meetings shape the world. Located at the heart of the city and steps away from America’s most important landmarks, discover 38,000 square feet of spectacular venues with exceptional capabilities and flawless service for gatherings. This luxury hotel’s historic architecture is as grand as the nearby museums, monuments, and memorials you came to D.C. to ... Read More »

Alina Hebba, Donald Trump’s lawyer

Iraqi attorney Alina Habba has been on the front lines of the legal battles surrounding Donald Trump over the past two years, as one of the former president’s most tenacious defenders. A managing partner of New York law firm Habba Madaio and Associates, she is married to attorney Matthew Eyet, who manages his own law firm in New Jersey. Habba ... Read More »

Who brought Trump to court?

Stormy Daniels featured prominently in a Manhattan grand jury’s investigation of Donald Trump. The star said they had a encounter in 2006, a year after he married his current wife Melania and more than a decade before the businessman-turned-politician became U.S. president. At the center of the story is $130,000 in hush money she was paid on the eve of ... Read More »

Cher’s house in Malibu, 75 million dollars

Cher has put her Malibu mansion back on the market for $75 million. The singer, 76, first listed the Italian Renaissance-style home for $85 million in October 2022, according to The Wall Street Journal. After it failed to find a buyer, the property is now back on the market six months later with a price cut of $10 million.The seven-bedroom, ... Read More »

Kyoto university graduation

What would you wear to graduation if you weren’t required to don that simple cap and gown? Well, for students at Kyoto University in Japan, the sky’s the limit. You see, the prestigious college encourages its graduates to have a little fun on graduation day by wearing costumes of their choice. It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? ... Read More »

Wushu performing arts

Contemporary wushu has emerged as a competitive sport with several international competitions held, including the World Wushu Championships held every two years with rules and regulations are set by the International Wushu Federation (IWUF). The United States has a team trials selection competition for both the adult and junior teams, organized by the United States Wushu-Kungfu Federation (USAWKF) every two ... Read More »

Famous executive restaurant

If you’re interested in working in the food service industry, consider becoming a chef. These individuals serve as the head of the kitchen and perform duties ranging from managing employees and creating menu items to overseeing the restaurant’s finances. Learning more about the role can help you determine if it’s right for you and develop an appropriate career plan. In ... Read More »

Nature Day

Nature Day, or in the Persian language, ‘Sizdah Be-dar,’ is a public holiday celebrated on April 2 in normal years and April 1 in leap years. This year, it falls on April 2. In culture, it is celebrated on the 13th day of ‘Farvardin’ — the first month of the calendar, to mark the end of the ‘Nowruz’ celebrations, and ... Read More »

Yasmin in Washington DC

The U. S. Congressional Serial Set, commonly referred to as the Serial Set, contains House and Senate Documents, House and Senate Reports, Senate Executive Documents and Senate Executive Reports bound by the session of Congress. Documents cover a wide variety of topics and history. Publication of the Serial Set began with the 15th Congress, 1st Session (1817).  The Law Library ... Read More »