Not all of the Bravo stars were invited, however, which ruffled Garcelle Beauvais’ feathers.“Then Garcelle was, like, well, we weren’t invited,” Richards said, noting “it doesn’t really work like that.”Kyle Richards. Broadimage/ShutterstockShe added: “I didn’t mean to hurt anyone’s feelings. There’s never been a reunion ever where everyone went out together in the history of reunions.”- Advertisement – Drama, drama, drama! Kyle Richards has turned heads starring on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but it was one recent photo that caused some of her castmates to come at her negatively.During a game of Us Weekly’s “I Can Explain,” the reality star, 51, broke down some of her most iconic Instagram photos over the years — and explained why she got heat for posing alongside some of the RHOBH ladies after the season 10 reunion.- Advertisement – The American Woman producer also shared the story behind two of her goofiest photos with some of her fellow Bravo stars — both of which were taken at Andy Cohen’s baby shower in January 2019.“This was at Andy Cohen’s baby shower when we’re leaving,” Richards said of a photo where she puckered up to kiss Real Housewives of Orange County alum Tamra Judge. “That was a really fun event. That’s never going to be topped.”During the same bash, Richards got up and danced on a table with Rinna, 57, and Cohen, 52, which she later posted online.“That is [us] dancing on a tabletop, of course, having the time of our lives,” she told Us. “That was at the baby shower having so much fun. I always think, ‘Gosh, if Andy has another baby we’re not going to be able to top the baby shower.’”Kyle Richards. The Halloween actress dished about a few other memorable photos from her Instagram feed, including a sexy bikini photo from her Mexican vacation in August and a sleepover snap with Kris Jenner and Faye Resnick.To see what she had to say about her famous friendships and fun family photos, check out the exclusive Us Weekly video above.Listen to Getting Real with the Housewives, your one-stop destination for Housewives news and exclusive interviews “That was right after the reunion,” Richards exclusively told Us, referencing a group shot she posted in July with Erika Jayne, Teddi Mellencamp, Dorit Kemsley and Lisa Rinna. “That picture got me in a lot of trouble, because normally after the reunion we all split off into groups.”Erika Jayne, Teddi Jo Mellencamp, Dorit Kemsley, Lisa Rinna, Kyle Richards Courtesy of Lisa Rinna/InstagramThe Little House on the Prairie alum explained that “inevitably there’s always someone not talking. So, we split off into groups, some go here, some go there,” which happened after the reunion wrapped.“So, after it ended — Dorit and I weren’t even talking before the reunion — so I texted some people, and was, like, ‘I fixed things with Dorit,’ whatever, I said, ‘Does anyone want to come over?’” she recalled. “Everyone was like, ‘Please I want to have a drink, a cocktail.’”- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
THE second edition of the CONCACAF Caribbean Club Shield began yesterday with Guyana’s Fruta Conquerors taking on Scholars International Sports Club of Cayman Islands, in the opening match at the Ergilio Hato Stadium in Curacao.Their Group ‘A’ clash was the first of three matches scheduled for the same venue, while the other two matches to complete the day’s quota were to be run simultaneously at the Dr Antoine Maduro Stadium.Unfortunately, Fruta Conquerors were defeated 2-1 by Scholars International.Tomorrow, Fruta Conquerors take on Curacao’s Jong Holland at the same venue, which is home to Jong Holland. The match is scheduled to kick off at 20:00hrs.Fruta Conquerors’ Derrick Carter is beaten as the Guyanese side went down to the Cayman Islands-based club in Curacao 2-0.Two days later, April 9, Conquerors are fixed to battle the Cubans, Santiago de Cuba, from 17:30hrs at the Dr Antoine Maduro Stadium.If Conquerors are successful and manage to find a way out of Group A, the quarterfinals are set for April 11 with the semifinals and final billed for April 13 and 15, respectively.The winners of the Caribbean Shield, will have the opportunity to face the fourth-place finishers of the 2019 Flow CONCACAF Caribbean Club Championship in a playoff match to determine the fourth Caribbean representative in the 2019 Scotiabank CONCACAF League.
During their gym period, the ninth graders at Green Dot Animo South Los Angeles Charter High School are restless. They want to talk to their friends and play basketball.Eventually, members of USC Peer Health Exchange manage to corral them and settle them in for a lesson on the importance of health education.As the high schools around Los Angeles are usually underfunded and understaffed, health classes are not a part of the core curriculum. Often, the lessons are the only exposure the students have to helpful and accurate information about health, and the only opportunity for them to ask questions in a safe and nonjudgmental environment.Armed with lessons and workshop materials, Peer Health Exchange visits high schools once or twice a week to teach students in their health classes. Peer Health Exchange was started in 1999 by a group of Yale University graduates and has since grown into a national nonprofit organization. Boasting chapters in major areas all over the United States, including Chicago, Washington, D.C., Boston, New York City, the Bay Area and Los Angeles, the organization matches local high schools with college students looking for experience in the health or education fields.Martha Wolnicki, a junior majoring in neuroscience, and Rachel Belzer, a senior majoring in health promotion and disease prevention, act as co-presidents of the USC branch, taking on administrative duties and evaluating the workshop materials to ensure they will run smoothly.“We have a series of 13 workshops where we talk about accessing resources, how to find health information and decision-making regarding sex, drugs and alcohol,” Belzer said. “We also do communication and advocacy, teaching these students how to stand for themselves, how to communicate and how to get information they need if it’s not readily available.”Wolnicki said the team offers services local students typically lack.“A lot of the time these students don’t really have accurate sources of information, so it’s important that we clarify their questions,” Wolnicki said. “They need to have proper information so they can make the right decisions for themselves and others.”The program offers a chance to experience work in the health education field, gives members a head start on their future professions and endows them with new skills.Kathleen Tor, a senior majoring in biological sciences, had no teaching experience prior to joining Peer Health Exchange but said she gained a lot out of the program.“I’ve discovered that I really enjoy teaching, breaking down information and passing it down to students,” Tor said. “For volunteers, PHE is an opportunity to follow their passion for health promotion while simultaneously giving back to the community.Christopher Lees, a senior majoring in human biology, said he wanted to extend his reach beyond the bubble of USC and connect with the wider L.A. community.“To be able to communicate with the younger demographic of Los Angeles is something I take a lot of pride in,” Lees said. “I’m planning to matriculate into medical school in the fall, and it’s given me a better range of what I can expect in the medical field because these are the next generation of people that are coming through. Empowering students to make their own healthy decisions is something I’m a really big proponent of, and this was one of the best programs for me to do that.”