Here are 28 high profile people (and teams) whose careers or reputations took a big hit in 2014. Many are likely to bounce back while others may never recover.Baltimore Ravens running back Ray RiceAP Photo/Patrick Semansky, FileThe Baltimore Ravens running back was charged with assaulting his then fianc Janay Palmer in February, but the news didn’t initially gain traction in the media.That changed in September, when the NFL announced it would suspend Rice for a measly two games, prompting critics to point out that the league seemed to take marijuana use and college recruiting violations more seriously than domestic violence.The story got even bigger when TMZ released the full security camera video of Rice punching Palmer, who by then had become his wife, in an elevator at Revel Casino in Atlantic Casino. Afterward, the camera showed him dragging her out of the elevator.The Baltimore Ravens cut Rice from the team, and the NFL suspended him indefinitely.
Think it would be a great idea for the police officers to come out and have a buddy resident that they spend time with, Hill said. Ethnicities act differently. I have West Indian friends, but they are loud; Puerto Rican friends, they are loud, but they are harmless.
I bet against you Mr. Basha! It is new and fresh ideas like what Kevin has brought to Corner Brook in Newfound Sushi that will continue to make Corner Brook a great place to live. I think it isour collective responsibility as a community to show our support for entrepreneurs like Kevin so that not only will this new restaurant be a success but it will pave the way for would be entrepreneurs or serial entrepreneurs tocontinue to take the risks and bring other new and great things to Corner Brook.
Central: Jackson is an okay city. Highly divided still, high crime in the city limits, but being the largest city in the state it offers amenities that no other cities can. Jackson does have some very fine suburbs, Ridgeland, Madison, Pearl, Brandon, Flowood are all beautiful little towns.
Then, in 2006, Marian Rochelle honored her late husband, attorney William Brimmer, with a $1 million gift to UW to create the William N. Brimmer Legal Education Center in the College of Law, a state of the art multi dimensional space that can be configured as a high tech courtroom, a classroom, or a lecture hall to better prepare students for practice in modern courtrooms and also to host actual trial proceedings and other events. In 2012, Marian H.