St. Mary’s Hospital for Women & Children Birth Records

first_img Jennifer Bretz and Peter Taylor, Evansville, daughter, Waverly Rose, Oct. 1Juliet and Dustin Graham, Albion, Ill., daughter, Raylee Melinda, Oct. 3Juliet and Dustin Graham, Albion, Ill., son, Dean James, Oct. 3Kristin Metzger and Deion Crawford, Evansville, daughter, Zena  Rose Marie, Oct. 3Alexandrea and Nathan Head, Evansville, daughter, Madeleine Ann, Oct. 4Ashley Woolfolk, Evansville, daughter, Baylee Nicole, Oct. 4Chelsea and Tyler Hartman, Evansville, son, Theodore William, Oct. 5Elizabeth Majors, Evansville, daughter, Isabella Elizabeth, Oct. 5Jaclyn and Michael Duncan, Evansville, daughter, Raya Willa Mae, Oct. 5Jennifer and Brenton Griffin, Evansville, daughter, Lila Grace, Oct. 5Laura and Charles Thompson, Evansville, daughter, Lydia Jean, Oct. 5Michelle and Geoffery Bunting, Evansville, daughter, Emilee Claire, Oct. 5Kylie and Marc Denz, Evansville, son, Marc Gene III, Oct. 6Sarah and Robert Trame II, Evansville, son, Theodore Robert, Oct. 6Celena and Matthew Werremeyer, Elberfeld, Ind., daughter, Wren Marie, Oct. 7Jessica Hertel, Evansville, son, Preston Ray, Oct. 8FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Lessons of the Week: Daniel Radcliffe, Lea Michele & More

first_imgStop everything! Before you jump in the car and speed off to the beach for the weekend, aren’t you forgetting something? You’ve got sunscreen, road trip tunes, an itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikini (or, um, banana hammock?)…But wait, it’s not officially the weekend until you’ve read the Lessons of the Week! Read below to get a refresher on all of the crazy stuff that happened over the last seven days. You won’t regret it. We promise.God, Daniel Radcliffe Hopes He Gets ItHarry Potter stud Daniel Radcliffe has a steady gig in The Cripple of Inishmaan, but he’s already got his eyes on a new project—Robin in the new Batman movie. “I’d be perfect!” he says. Holy barraccuda, Daniel! We know you’re excited, but you’ll just have to submit your headshot and resume like everyone else.Thank Heaven for…Vanessa Hudgens?After playing a brothel babe in Sucker Punch, going wild at the Cat Scratch Club in Rent and having an underage threesome with James Franco in Spring Breakers, High School Musical alum Vanessa Hudgens will be classing it up as a Parisian champagne guzzler in Gigi this summer. Bottoms up!Tom Felton Wants to Be a B’way WizardSpeaking of Hogwarts (and let’s face it, when aren’t we?), Harry Potter star Tom Felton must be reading, because he’s super excited about joining fellow wizards Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint on Broadway. Hey, Emma: How many more hints do you need? Let’s get moving.Greta Gerwig Has an Expensive HabitThe Village Bike star Greta Gerwig admitted she needs something a little stronger than whiskey to unwind after the show. Namely, a $7 bar of Fine & Raw Chocolate. After a taxing day of interviews and press junkets, we personally prefer to go on a three-hour peanut butter cup bender, but hey, whatever works. (P.S. Peanut butter cups may be sent to 729 7th Ave., New York, NY, 10019.)Want a Free Drink? Sleep Through BulletsBullets Over Broadway headliner Zach Braff spotted a snoozing lady in the front row during his performance, so he kindly sent over a Red Bull at intermission. Sure, Bullets is splashy and loud and exciting, but it’s so cozy and dark in the St. James Theatre…It’s making us very sleepy…Zach, when we wake up, we’d like a caramel frappuccino.James Franco Can’t Keep His Pants OnAfter flashing his followers countless times on Instagram, Of Mice and Men star James Franco showed off his butt in public at this year’s Broadway Bares, thanks to some coaxing from video blogger, Queen Lesli Margherita. You didn’t happen to capture a close-up for Looks Not Books, did you, your majesty?Anna Kendrick Is a Meryl Streep SuperfanYou’d think Oscar nominee and Broadway pro Anna Kendrick would be able to keep it together around celebrities, but apparently she had a full-out fangirling session while hanging out with Meryl Streep on the set of Into the Woods. Anna, now that you’re working from the inside, can you please make sure Mer received our extremely important letter? Thanks.Shia Needs to Sit Alone in His RoomWe’re not exactly sure what Broadway alum Shia LeBeouf is going through, but he wreaked some serious havoc this week when he wandered around Studio 54 feeding people strawberries, smoking, yelling and eventually getting himself arrested at a performance of Cabaret. Hmm, we distinctly thought Alan Cumming told you to leave your troubles outside.Lea Michele Has a New PhilosophyKristin Chenoweth is a lot of things: Hilarious, pint-sized, charming, talented…we could go on. So it only seems natural that Glee star Lea Michele looked up to her as a kid. In fact, at the Hollywood Bowl, she brags that she still knows all the words to “My New Philosophy.” Wait, doesn’t everyone? We’re willing to bet 100 bucks the overly enthused accompanist behind you does.Sorry, Cosette—Marius Is TakenWe are agog, we are aghast, is Marius in love at last? Les Miserables star Andy Mientus got engaged to his beau Michael Arden this week, which means, yes, the handsome revolutionary is now officially off the market. Sorry, everyone. Especially Eponine and Cosette. Ladies, we bet you didn’t see this one coming. If you want to come over and watch bad romantic comedies and eat peanut butter cups, we’re here for you. Star Files View Commentscenter_img Daniel Radcliffelast_img read more

US Open 2018: World No. 1 Halep Knocked in First Round

first_imgWorld number one Simona Halep became the first top-seeded woman to lose in the US Open first round, falling to a 6-2 6-4 defeat against Kaia Kanepi.The 26-year-old Romanian’s serve was broken five times in the first match on the new Louis Armstrong Stadium in Flushing Meadows, New York.She fought back from a double break down to 4-4 in the second set but the Estonian broke again before Halep sent a forehand long on match point. Halep also lost her opening match at Flushing Meadows last year.The French Open champion was beaten by Maria Sharapova in 2017.Before Monday’s defeat, no women’s top seed had lost in the opening round at the US Open since the professional era began in 1968, the same year that the tournament was given its current name, having previously been known as the US National Championships.World number 44 Kanepi, 33, reached the quarter-finals at Flushing Meadows last year but has had a succession of injury problems in recent years.Also on the opening day, British number one, Kyle Edmund, was knocked out in the first round of the US Open.Italy’s Paolo Lorenzi beat 16th seed 4-6 6-4 7-5 6-1 amid gruelling humidity at Flushing Meadows.After taking the opening set, Edmund, 23, was pegged back in the second before he cramped up in the third, affecting his movement on court.The match, which lasted three hours 12 minutes, was played in temperatures of 30C and with humidity above 60%.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more