Trump blasts Fed as policymakers meet on rates

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Interior Designer Miles Redd doesn’t like grass without concrete nearby

“I’m probably the most urban person,” interior designer Miles Redd mused during a discussion at the Central Park Women’s Committee fall luncheon on Monday.

“I’ll be the person that will be like, ‘Show me no blade of grass that doesn’t have a cement building next to it.’ I feel happy when I see plate glass and storefronts … But even as urban as I am, I still need Prozac nature. Central Park provides that kind of comfort.”

Bunny Williams also spoke at the event, in front of guests including Gillian Miniter, Elyse Newhouse, Marcia Mishaan and Margo Nederlander, at the Mandarin Oriental.

Lindsay Lohan drops $50K at Ali Forney Center gala

Lindsay Lohan was feeling generous at the Ali Forney Center’s fall gala, a Place at the Table, at Cipriani Wall Street last week.

We hear the judge on Australia’s “Masked Singer” raised her “Yass” paddle to pledge $50,000 to the organization, which helps LGBTQ homeless youth.

Lohan attended the event with her mom, Dina, sister Ali and brother Michael Jr.

Also at the event were Billy Porter, Kaia Gerber, Marc Jacobs and playwright Jeremy O. Harris.

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Serie A blasphemy bans: Francesco Magnanelli & Matteo Scozzarella suspended

Two Italian footballers have been given one-match bans for blasphemy during Serie A matches.

Sassuolo’s Francesco Magnanelli and Parma’s Matteo Scozzarella were shown on television making blasphemous remarks in separate incidents.

There is a strict ban on taking God’s name in vain in Italy, and the nation’s football association has disciplined players heard doing so since 2010.

Udinese midfielder Rolando Mandragora was banned for the offence in 2018.

Oscar Isaac Boards Paul Schrader Revenge Thriller ‘The Card Counter’ – AFM

Oscar Isaac will lead the cast of Paul Schrader’s revenge thriller The Card Counter, which HanWay Films will launch sales on at AFM.

Based on an original screenplay by Schrader, pic sees Isaac star as William Tell, a gambler and former serviceman who sets out to reform a young man seeking revenge on a mutual enemy from their past.

Braxton Pope, who previously worked with Schrader on The Canyons, is producing the film with Lauren Mann. William Olsson and David Wulf will executive produce.

Shoot is set for early 2020.

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Trump blasts Fed as policymakers meet on rates

WASHINGTON, Oct 29 (Reuters) – President Donald Trump launched a fresh attack on the U.S. Federal Reserve on Tuesday as policymakers opened a two-day meeting that was expected to end with a decision to lower interest rates.

“The Fed doesn’t have a clue! We have unlimited potential, only held back by the Federal Reserve,” Trump said on Twitter.

Trump, in a departure from his White House predecessors who refrained from commenting on Fed policy, has made a habit of criticizing the U.S. central bank for decisions he argues kept borrowing costs too high for too long.