The Council amended the Executive budget to increase the Affordable Housing Fund by $500,000, added more money to COVID relief efforts, increased funds for homeless street outreach, allocated funds to purchase land and construct a new permanent men’s homeless shelter and accepted a three year federal community based public safety grant that will be used to develop a multi stakeholder plan to improve public safety of Downtown Madison and investigate initiatives and measures that can be taken to make downtown a vibrant and safe community and more welcoming for communities of color and other historically underrepresented groups. The Council did not adopt an amendment to accept a 2020 COPS federal grant to create the Downtown Entertainment Zone team and add four police officers. The Council also added $50,000 for funding for an external contract to conduct PFAS testing and mitigation planning at the Dane County airport, Air National Guard 115th Fighter Wing Base, and surrounding area.
Of course, if the gnome does take a spill, he could enter Travel Guard’s online competition for ” World’s Unluckiest Traveller.” The travel insurance provider is inviting accident prone tourists to post their horror stories on its Facebook page, with the unluckiest of travellers eligible to win camcorders and dream vacations. The goal of the year long campaign is to persuade us that travel insurance is indeed worth buying. After reading about skiers breaking pelvises, sightseers falling off cliffs and cruise ships hitting freighters, we’ve decided we don’t need insurance because we’re never travelling again.
Fashion isn’t the only hurdle to mainstream acceptance of Glass. It has been banned in bars and lawmakers want to ban it while driving. A San Francisco woman was assaulted last month for wearing Google Glass to a local bar and an Ohio man was interrogated by Homeland Security after wearing Glass to a movie..
It really sucks. We are doing everything on our part to try to be better and try to get those wins. It is really unfortunate. Picture: Getty ImagesSource:Getty ImagesAlso on the runway was British singer Rita Ora, who made a cameo as a Miu Miu model.Known for her usually revealing outfits, the Girls singer, 29, rugged up in an ankle skimming navy and red coat, teamed with demure black gloves.In the front row watching Ora who has previously made catwalk cameos for Moschino and DKNY, and has performed during the Victoria Secret Fashion Show were Lucy Hale, Maggie Rogers and Victoria Pedretti, Page Six reported.Rita Ora made a cameo as a model. Picture: Getty ImagesSource:Getty ImagesShe sported a winter coat, teamed with gloves and sharp winged eyeliner. Picture: Getty ImagesSource:Getty ImagesMUGLER MODEThrough a sheer body stocking with cut outs, supermodel Hadid showed some skin at Mulger PFW show last week.She sported the daring outfit on the runway for Mugler the French luxury brand known for sexy, body con outfits regularly worn by the Kardashians.Wearing dark red lipstick and long, nude coloured nails, Hadid was one of the most high profile models on Mugler runway, as the label headed by artistic director Casey Cadwallader as it unveiled its autumn/winter runway show at PFW.The outfit, which closed the runway show, featured a nude coloured body stocking, giving the illusion that the model was showing a lot of skin, with two revealing splits spanning from the legs to the hips.Bella Hadid showed some skin on the runway through a sheer body stocking for Mugler at Paris Fashion Week.