• Law & Legal

    College of Law Offers Legal Life of Steve Harvey Course

    An exciting new course at Georgia State University College of Law will give students an opportunity to learn the legal ins and outs surrounding the career of global businessman, philanthropist, entertainer, actor and author Steve Harvey. Steve Harvey is the subject of the third installment of the “Legal Life of…” course taught by Entertainment, Sports & Media Law Initiative director, Professor Mo Ivory. The Legal Life of Steve Harvey will give students a real-world look into legal concepts like client representation, writing and interpreting contracts, negotiating deals, and the personal touch it takes to be successful in the entertainment practice  

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  • Health & Fitness

    For seniors, Choice Health & Fitness offers many ways to work out

    According to Brenda Gjelsness, senior adviser, attendance of senior fitness classes at Choice Health & Fitness is starting to look like it did pre-COVID. She says water aerobics classes are almost full every day, while group fitness classes have been slower to regain attendance numbers seen before the pandemic. Choice Health & Fitness offers a variety of group fitness and water aquatics classes specifically catered toward people age 55 and older. The variety of classes ensures people of all fitness levels can find a way to move their bodies. SilverSneakers Classic is a class for muscular strength and range of  

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  • Food & Cooking

    New Hidden Underground Hollywood Indian Food Pop-Up Offers Home Cooking

    “Food has always been my love language,” says Akshada Rawat, owner and chef of home kitchen pop-up Dabbu. “I just love to cook, and to enjoy Indian food with everyone.” Rawat’s venture, serving weekly meals for homesick students and workers from India out of her Hollywood apartment, is a new twist on her life. The project only started in September and is still limited in scope; it’s an unlicensed home kitchen setup, for one, and Rawat also works as a digital marketing strategist when not preparing meals. What’s more, she has no formal restaurant experience whatsoever. But for people  

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  • Business & Finance

    EXCLUSIVE Goldman Sachs offers new way for investors to bet on SPACs -sources

    Nov 1 (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) has come up with a new offering that allows investors to bet on special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), its latest attempt to capitalize on the dealmaking trend, people familiar with the matter said. The product is structured as a two-year bond that pays interest and gives investors exposure to SPACs without owning them, the sources said. It could appeal to institutional investors who want regular income through a portfolio of many SPACs, the sources added. One of the sources, however, said Goldman Sachs has so far only arranged a handful of  

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  • Home Improvement

    Heartland Financial offers home improvement loan to low-income clients

    Heartland Financial USA Inc., or HTLF, a bank holding company based in Dubuque, Iowa, is offering a home improvement loan product designed for low- and moderate-income homeowners through its 11 chartered units in 12 states. This fixed-rate installment loan is secured by the borrower’s primary residence. It has a 60-month term, with dollar amounts between $5,001 and $14,999. “This is another way we can help serve the communities that we’re in,” said Brian Jensen, senior vice president, segment marketing director at HTLF. “We know that a lot of larger national banks have announced they’re discontinuing some lending, pulling back  

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