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14 Sep

Ulta’s 21 Days of Beauty fall 2019 event is in full swing!  During the event, there are daily beauty steals that are 50% off, while there also hot buys, which are products/brands on sale for the duration of the event.

Here are some of the best daily deals that I saw (full list below). These will be 50% off: 9/1 — Benefit The POREfessional Primer; 9/2 — OFRA Highlighters, 9/6 — Lancome Monsieur Big Mascara and philosophy The Microdelivery Exfoliating Facial Wash, 9/8 — Dermadoctor Kakudo C Serum, 9/12 — Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara, 9/13 — Tarte Amazonian Clay Blushes & Highlighters and Clarisonic Cleansing Brush Heads>, 9/15 — Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Palette, 9/20 — Clinique Moisture Surge Hydrator, 9/21 — Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencils.

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Daily Beauty Steals

The daily beauty steals are available beginning at midnight (central time!) and run for 24 hours.  Every product listed as a daily beauty steal is 50% off.  The full list can be viewed here.

  • 9/1: Peter Thomas Roth FIRMx for $37.50 (regularly $75.00), Benefit The POREfessional Primer for $16-27.00 (regularly $32-54.00), Kate Somerville +Retinol Firming Eye Cream for $42.50 (regularly $85.00)
  • 9/2: OFRA Highlighters for $14.50 (regularly $29), FOREO Luna Play Plus for $24.50 (regularly $49.00)
  • 9/3: Becca Hydra-Mist Set & Refresh Powder for $19.50 (regularly $39.00), Mario Badescu Rose Hips Oil for $11 (regularly $22), Flesh Highlighters for $9-14.00 (regularly $18-28.00), Eyeko Mascaras 50% off
  • 9/4: Skyn Iceland Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels for $8.75-16 (regularly $17.50-32.00), bareMinerals Concealers for $10-12 (regularly $20-24.00), 50% off K Beauty (select brands)
  • 9/5: Tarte Taretist Double Take Eyeliner for $12.00 (regularly $24.00), MAC Diva/Creme In Your Coffee Lipsticks for $9.25 (regularly $18.50), Shiseido Foaming Cleansers for $18.00 (regularly $36.00)
  • 9/6: Lancome Monsieur Big Mascara for $12.50 (regularly $25.00), Perricone MD High Potency Collection for $19-49.50 (regularly $38-99.00), philosophy The Microdelivery Exfoliating Facial Wash for $14.00 (regularly $28.00), Estee Lauder Double Wear 24H Concealer for $14.50 (regularly $29.00)
  • 9/7: Anastasia Brow Definer for $11.50 (regularly $23.00), Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream for $34.50 (regularly $69.00)
  • 9/8: Too Faced Natural Face & Eye Palettes for $19-22 (regularly $38-44.00), Smashbox Photo Finish Primer (select) for $18-19.50 (regularly $36-39.00), Dermadoctor Kakudo C Serum for $47.50 (regularly $95.00)
  • 9/9: Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Powder for $17.00 (regularly $34.00), Peach & Lily Glass Skin Serum for $19.50 (regularly $39.00), Benefit Hoola Bronzing Powder for $15.00 (regularly $30.00)
  • 9/10: Too Faced Tutti Frutti Palettes for $17.00 (regularly $34.00), Dr. Brandt No More Baggage for $11-21 (regularly $22-42.00), Buxom Va-Va Plump Shiny Liquid Lipstick for $10.00 (regularly $20.00)
  • 9/11: Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner for $9.00 (regularly $18.00), UOMA Badass Icon Matte Lipstick for $12.00 (regularly $24.00)
  • 9/12: Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara for $11.50 (regularly $23.00), 50% off Perricone Cold Plasma Collection, Lancome Skin Feels Good Tint for $17.50 (regularly $35.00)
  • 9/13: Tarte Amazonian Clay Blushes & Highlighters for $14.50 (regularly $29.00), Clarisonic Cleansing Brush Heads for $13.50-16 (regularly $27-32.00)
  • 9/14: Kylie Cosmetics Lip Kits for $13.50-14.50 (regularly $27-29.00), IT Bye Bye Foundation for $19.75 (regularly $39.50), philosophy Night Creams for $24.50-40.00 (regularly $49-80.00)
  • 9/15: Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Palette for $19.50 (Regularly $39.00), Too Faced Hangover (select) for $16-17.00 (regularly $32-34.00)
  • 9/16: IT Brushes for Ulta Velvet Luxe Brushes for $12-24 (regularly $24-48.00), Strivectin Wrinkle Recode Serum for $44.50 (regularly $89.00)
  • 9/17: CoverFX Perfect Setting Powder for $17.50 (regularly $35.00)
  • 9/18: First Aid Beauty Pure Skin Cleanser for $10.50 (regularly $21.00), Lancome Visionnaire Skin Solutions for $32.50-37.50 (regularly $65-75.00)
  • 9/19: Dose of Colors Matte Liquid Lipstick for $9.00 (regularly $18.00)
  • 9/20: IT Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer for $13.00 (regularly $26.00), IT Brushes for Ulta Concealer Brushes for $8-17.00 (regularly $16-34.00), Clinique Moisture Surge Hydrator for $10.50 (regularly $21.00), Dermadoctor KP Duty Body Scrub for $25.00 (regularly $50.00), Beautyblender Blendercleanser Solid for $8.00 (regularly $16.00)
  • 9/21: Urban Decay 24/7 Glide On Eye Pencils for $11.00 (regularly $22.00), Benefit Precisely, My Brow Pencil for $12.00 (regularly $24.00)

Diamond/Platinum Exclusives

Diamond/Platinum members get free shipping on all daily beauty steals during the event, but there are also a few exclusive deals just for these tiers.

Hot Buys

You can view all of the hot buys here — these are deals that are up to 50% off but area available from September 1st through September 21st, 2019.

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14 Sep

Removing stigmas, improving grades and potentially saving lives are just a few of the outcomes observed in area schools one year into a new program.

“We don’t want to just throw services at someone, we want to make sure we are getting good results with what we are doing,” said Kathy Mosher. “So we asked the schools to measure data for us, to tell us how we are doing.

“In the first year, the results were eye-opening.”

Riding the rising tide of mental health awareness sweeping the United States, school districts in North Central Kansas have partnered with Central Kansas Mental Health Center (CKMHC) — headquartered at 809 Elmhurst Blvd, Salina — to embed robust mental health services directly into area education centers. The initiative is a continuation of a one year, $10 million pilot project was approved by the Kansas Legislature for the 2018-19 school year, dubbed the School Mental Health Intervention program. The program was implemented in nine school districts that partner with community mental health centers to meet the mental health needs of students, including Abilene, Chapman, Herington and Solomon school districts.

Mosher, CKMHC executive director, said an impetus for the program was rising rates of teen suicide.

“Youth suicide rate is on the rise in Kansas, and we’ve had some traumatic incidents with that in several of our school districts,” she said. “Anxiety and depression are also increasing in our student age group population. The CDC released this year that 70% of those who make their first suicide attempt have not reached out for mental health services yet.

“So we said we need to do more.”

CKMHC began partnering with area schools to augment existing mental health services, which led to the organization being 1 of 5 in Kansas selected for the pilot program in 2018. In the 2018-19 school year saw massive statistical gains for students receiving services.

“Of the schools that measured performance and how the kids were doing who are in our pilot project, attendance improved by 77%,” Mosher said.

The sharp rise in attendance points a large advantage of the program: students miss less school to receive services, easing the burden on themselves and their parents.

“This partnership has helped to serve over 125 students in our schools with mental health services,” said Chris Cooper, Abilene schools assistant superintendent. “Many of the students were already getting services through CKMHC, but previously, if their appointment was in Salina, they might leave school at 9:30 or not come in that morning. So they’re in Salina, they go out to lunch and all the sudden we’ve missed a half a day of school.

“What this partnership has put the services in our buildings, so that now a student might miss 35 minutes for a 30-minute therapy session.”

In addition to attendance, academic performance in reporting schools has risen 70%, and behavioral improvements have reached 91%. Even more eye-opening are the anecdotal program outcomes, Mosher said, citing one example of an administrator encountering a student in crisis.

“He went into the bathroom and there was a child on the floor, and normally he might have hurried them back to class, but with mental health on his mind, he stopped and talked to the youth, and found out that the youth was actually in crisis and very distraught,” Mosher said. “So he walked them to the mental health professional’s office and got them connected with mental health. They actually ended up needing hospitalization.

“The principal looked at me and said ‘I know I saved a life that day.’ “

After continuing services over the summer — serving over 130 students in psychosocial group on-site and at eight different school locations — the program is back for a second year, this time including the districts of Southeast of Saline (USD 306), Salina Public Schools (USD 305), North Ottawa County Schools (USD 239) and Twin Valley (USD 240).

While first-year programs integrate services and second-year program schools look to improve on last year’s results, all districts have been unified in their praise of the program

“Mental health is so important — it’s as important as physical health, if not more so,” said Cindy Gant, Herington school district (USD 487) CKMHC liaison. “I think it’s been a godsend to have it here in the schools.”

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14 Sep

This is our second go-round with Balletto this year, following on our review of its heartier wines back in March. Today we look at some lighter fare: three whites, all made with fruit from the Russian River Valley. Thoughts follow.

2018 Balletto Pinot Gris Russian River Valley – Boldly fruit-forward with lemon and sharp tangerine notes, there’s an equally punchy floral character underpinning this wine, giving the experience a substantially perfumed element. Notes of lychee and pineapple brighten up on the otherwise sharp, acidic finish. B+ / $20

2018 Balletto Chardonnay Teresa’s Unoaked Russian River Valley – While slightly doughy, this stainless steel-rested chardonnay pours on plenty of fruit, a guava and gentle lemon character dominating. Notes of coconut and mango hang in for the finish, though a somewhat gummy texture robs the wine of some needed acidity. B+ / $20

2018 Balletto Savuignon Blanc Russian River Valley – A surprisingly creamy sauvignon blanc, this wine wears its fruit on its sleeve. Mango, pineapple, and coconut notes all interplay a bit bluntly, with a squeeze of orange juice over the top. The acidity that sauvignon blanc so badly needs is a bit lacking here, though the finish is reasonably bright. B / $20

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14 Sep
NARS Sheer Lipsticks Swatches (x20)
NARS Sheer Lipsticks Swatches (x20)
NARS Sheer Lipsticks Swatches (x20)

I’m pleased to report that I’ve now reviewed all of the new (and reformulated) shades in the NARS Sheer Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) range. There are 20 shades, which are listed from best to worst below. There’s a myriad of ratings in this set, and for some shades, they were “too pigmented” relative to how they were described (sheer)–like Dolce Vita and Tanganyka.

What to Know About NARS Lipsticks, Sheer Finish

The sheer finish had coverage that ranged from semi-sheer to true medium coverage but most had some translucency to them, which gave them a sheerer finish. I found most of the shades I tried were buildable to some degree. The texture was a bit firmer, but they felt more emollient and “melted” a bit more against my lips than I recall the original line of lipsticks doing. Some shades applied well with even application and were flattering on, but there were a few that sank more noticeably into my lip lines. This finish tended to wear between three and five hours.

NARS Damage Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark mauve with subtle, cool undertones and a natural sheen. It had medium, buildable…

NARS Damage Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark mauve with subtle, cool undertones and a natural sheen. It had medium, buildable…

NARS Falbala Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a medium, reddish plum with warm undertones and a fine dusting of gold pearl throughout. The…

NARS Falbala Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a medium, reddish plum with warm undertones and a fine dusting of gold pearl throughout. The…

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NARS Sexual Healing Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium pink with strong, warm undertones and fine, multi-colored pearl (mostly pink and…

NARS Sexual Healing Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium pink with strong, warm undertones and fine, multi-colored pearl (mostly pink and…

NARS Instant Crush Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a medium pink with moderate, warmer undertones and fine, pearly shimmer throughout. It had…

NARS Instant Crush Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a medium pink with moderate, warmer undertones and fine, pearly shimmer throughout. It had…

NARS Bulgarian Rose Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a brighter, medium pink with subtle, warm undertones and a glossy, cream finish. It had medium…

NARS Bulgarian Rose Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a brighter, medium pink with subtle, warm undertones and a glossy, cream finish. It had medium…

NARS Shrinagar Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium plum with warm undertones and faint, multi-colored pearl throughout. It had…

NARS Shrinagar Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium plum with warm undertones and faint, multi-colored pearl throughout. It had…

NARS Roman Holiday Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium, cotton candy pink with cool, bluish undertones and a moderately glossy finish. …

NARS Roman Holiday Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium, cotton candy pink with cool, bluish undertones and a moderately glossy finish. …

NARS License to Love Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a brighter, medium pink with warm undertones and a glossy, cream finish. It had medium color…

NARS License to Love Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a brighter, medium pink with warm undertones and a glossy, cream finish. It had medium color…

NARS Living Doll Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a bright, medium coral with stronger, warm undertones (leans slightly more orange) and a luminous…

NARS Living Doll Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a bright, medium coral with stronger, warm undertones (leans slightly more orange) and a luminous…

NARS Chelsea Girls Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, light-medium pink-coral with a natural sheen. It had semi-sheer coverage, which was in…

NARS Chelsea Girls Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, light-medium pink-coral with a natural sheen. It had semi-sheer coverage, which was in…

NARS Barbarella Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium coral with warm undertones and a natural sheen. It had semi-sheer to medium color…

NARS Barbarella Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium coral with warm undertones and a natural sheen. It had semi-sheer to medium color…

NARS Cruising Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium, rosy beige with soft, warm undertones and a luminous finish with faint pearl. It had…

NARS Cruising Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a light-medium, rosy beige with soft, warm undertones and a luminous finish with faint pearl. It had…

NARS Fast Ride Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a medium-dark plum with warmer undertones and a glossy finish. It had semi-sheer color payoff in a…

NARS Fast Ride Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a medium-dark plum with warmer undertones and a glossy finish. It had semi-sheer color payoff in a…

NARS G*psy Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a brighter, medium-dark plum with stronger, warm undertones and a natural finish–glossy, lightly creamy….

NARS G*psy Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a brighter, medium-dark plum with stronger, warm undertones and a natural finish–glossy, lightly creamy….

NARS Dolce Vita Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark rosy plum with warmer undertones and a glossy, cream finish. While it’s listed…

NARS Dolce Vita Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark rosy plum with warmer undertones and a glossy, cream finish. While it’s listed…

NARS Tanganyka Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark reddish brown with warmer undertones and barely-there pearl. The pearl gave it…

NARS Tanganyka Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark reddish brown with warmer undertones and barely-there pearl. The pearl gave it…

NARS Sex Shuffle Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a translucent beige base chocked full of shimmer and slightly larger sparkles. It had semi-sheer…

NARS Sex Shuffle Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a translucent beige base chocked full of shimmer and slightly larger sparkles. It had semi-sheer…

NARS Belle de Jour Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is light-medium peach with strong, warm yellow undertones and a luminous finish. It had medium…

NARS Belle de Jour Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is light-medium peach with strong, warm yellow undertones and a luminous finish. It had medium…

NARS Little Princess Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a pale, peachy pink with a sparkling finish. It had semi-sheer pigmentation, but the color…

NARS Little Princess Lipstick ($26.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a pale, peachy pink with a sparkling finish. It had semi-sheer pigmentation, but the color…

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14 Sep

BERKELEY(BCN)

The city of Berkeley has launched a new daytime mental health crisis line designed to help those in need and provide an alternative to police response to such calls.

The new crisis line, announced Friday, will be staffed on weekdays by experienced mental health professionals, city officials said.

The line, (510) 981-5244, will offer support, consultation and resources to people having uncomfortable thoughts or emotions, or life challenges, city officials said.

Trained counselors will be available to talk and connect callers to the right resources, and determine if an immediate in-person evaluation for safety is needed.

The crisis line, to be staffed Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., is a pilot program within the Berkeley Mental Health Division funded by the California Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission.

The crisis line program is the result of a study in recent years showing that having police officers who are skilled at working with people in crisis is important. The assessment also identified a need for more mental health crisis response services to be one more alternative to law enforcement.

Outside of the crisis line hours of operation, help is available to those in crisis at the Berkeley Mental Health Clinic and by phone. Those needing resources available can:

Visit the Berkeley Mental Health Clinic at 1521 University Avenue in Berkeley Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Call the Berkeley Mental Health’s Crisis, Assessment, and Triage team at (510) 981-5244 Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Call the Mobile Crisis Team every day 11:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., by calling the police non-emergency number at (510) 981-5900 or by leaving a voicemail at (510) 981-5254.

Call the 24-hour crisis line for immediate support through Crisis Support Services of Alameda County at 1-800-309-2131.

Call the Alameda County ACCESS (Acute Crisis Care and Evaluation for Systemwide Services) Program for questions about mental health services and eligibility at 1-800-491-9099 Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.


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14 Sep

She’s in Bold

Colour Pop She’s in Bold Super Shock Cheek ($8.00 for 0.15 oz.) is a muted, medium orange with warm, redidhs undertones and a matte finish. It had a very smooth, velvety texture; it felt more like clay than a traditional cream as there was wetness. I’d recommend applying with fingertips, which achieves the best balance of pigmentation and diffusion over a brush, which I find doesn’t pick up product quite as readily with the matte finish of this formula compared to the more shimmery finishes.

It had nearly opaque pigmentation applied with fingertips in one layer (though one could pick up less for more buildable coverage) and sheer to semi-sheer, buildable color payoff with a stippling brush. The product applied evenly to bare skin and diffused easily, and it worked well over foundation as it did not lift it up. This shade stayed on well for nine hours before fading slightly.

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14 Sep

KMGH via CNN

Matthew Riehl , 37, was battling significant mental health issues when the shooting began in the Lone Tree apartment.

Douglas County (KMGH) – As the nation’s debate over gun control rages on, Contact7 Investigates has new information on a mass shooting in Colorado that took place nearly two years ago and spurred the creation of the state’s red flag law.

It happened on the final day of 2017. Douglas County Deputy Zackari Parrish, 29, was shot and killed and four other deputies were injured.

But newly acquired records raise questions about how and why the mentally ill gunman got the deadly weapons he used that day.

There’s no question Matthew Riehl, 37, was battling significant mental health issues when the shooting began in the Lone Tree apartment. The records Contact7 Investigates has uncovered make a strong argument that if the system had worked, both Deputy Parrish and Riehl may be alive today.

It all began like dozens of other domestic disturbance calls — with a knock on a door.

Deputy Parrish was at the door when Riehl answered. As the two spoke, the deputy tried his best to assess the situation and provide some help to a man who was clearly a disturbed and angry.

The conversation between law enforcement and Riehl went on for hours. It ended in a matter of seconds.

Riehl retreated into a back bedroom. Moments later a barrage of bullets from an assault rifle sprayed the deputies, injuring four and killing Parrish.

But it’s what happened days and months before the gunfire started that tells the story. It’s a story that can be found in a stack of mental health records as well as the records of Riehl’s multiple gun purchases.

“There were some significant concerns in those pages,” said 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler. “This is an example of the system failing.”

Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock agrees. Now two years later, he still deals with the frustration of a system that failed his deputy and his department.

“There’s something broken here. I believe this could have been prevented if the system had worked like it’s designed to work,” Spurlock said.

Three years before the shooting, Riehl was admitted to the Veterans Affairs mental health center in Wyoming.

The documents obtained by Contact7 Investigates include the reason for his admission. One stated the patient was extremely paranoid. He was hearing voices telling him things like “the drones were chasing” and “I was trying to fill the footlockers with water.”

A mental health professional described Riehl as a man with paranoid delusions, adding he was psychotic. Hospital records show that during his stay, Riehl broke the fire alarm and escaped from the unit.

While on the run, Riehl picked a house at random, knocked on the door and asked for a cigarette. The occupants called 911 and Riehl was returned to the hospital.

Although records show the state considered involuntarily committing Riehl, five days after breaking out of the mental health hospital he was instead discharged.

“There’s a bigger picture here and the picture is that those who have extreme mental health disorders and that are a danger to themselves and others should not be allowed to purchase or possess guns,” Sheriff Spurlock says.

Therein lies a key point. Because authorities in Wyoming elected not to commit Riehl for a longer stay in the mental facility, he retained his right to legally buy weapons.

Records from the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives show how Riehl, with a documented mental health disorder, was able to purchase several weapons in the months before his shootout in Highlands Ranch.

Contact7 Investigates has confirmed that eight days after he escaped the hospital, and just three days after he was officially released, Riehl purchased a 22-caliber rifle. It was one of 18 weapons he had in the apartment the night he killed Deputy Parrish.

His mother at one point took away several of the guns he owned, but he threatened to sue her and eventually retook possession of the weapons before the New Year’s Eve 2017 shooting.

“When you say it out loud,” Brauchler said, “A guy escapes from a mental health institution. He’s released four days later and three days after that buys a firearm. I don’t think anybody in their right mind would say that makes total sense. And that’s exactly what happened.”

Even Sheriff Spurlock is forced to admit Riehl bought the guns legally.

Because authorities in Wyoming chose not to go to court and commit Riehl and chose not to report his mental health issues to a federal database, he was able to purchase a total of 10 weapons, including multiple assault rifles, after leaving the mental health hospital. Denver7 has confirmed all 10 weapons were found in his apartment after the shooting.

Denver7 has also confirmed that four of the five guns used in the New Year’s Eve shooting were bought after he was released from the hospital.

“There were a lot of things, looking back on it, in hindsight that could have been done that would have made a difference,” Spurlock said.

Brauchler believes the system needs a second look.

“When something like this happens, we need to evaluate: Where did we fail?” he said. “And was it a failure of a person or was it a failure of a process? This, to me, seems like both.”

Since the shooting, Colorado has passed a red flag law that would have prevented some of Riehl’s gun purchases and which is named after Parrish. Spurlock was among the chief outside proponents of the measure.

But the documents and facts uncovered expose significant failures in how our system manages seriously mentally ill individuals and how many are still able to legally purchase weapons.


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14 Sep

“…By the time they got home, they had covered over 3000 miles and had put on thirty exhibitions. And they wore out a new set of tires. Little wonder, with such a load. Grimek said they carried so much weight that the big car set low like a sports car and was a lethal force with the 400 lbs suspended on the front bumper.”

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14 Sep

This week, please welcome Rachel Knecht and her meal plans! Rachel is a recipe tester here on Simply Recipes and the blogger behind Baking with Rachel.

Before diving in, we wanted to highlight the ultimate way to save time in your week: having your groceries delivered right to your door. Click on the red “Add to Shopping List” button at the bottom of any recipe (or meal plan) and check it out! We call this feature “Relish” and we’re into it because, really, dinner can be simpler.

How’s everyone doing? Are you starting to feel in the groove of the school routine?

With all the busyness of each day, I really strive to have dinnertime be a chance to reconnect. I want our home to be a place of comfort no matter how hard the day has been.

I have found it important to be flexible in exactly how the connecting happens. Sometimes we go around the table and each share a “rose” and “thorn.” Other times dinner happens on the couch as we all balance our plates and laugh at a silly show together. Some nights dinner is kept warm and eaten much later than usual.

On those nights I hear about soccer practice between forkfuls of food. However it happens, I’m thankful for the time spent together at dinner. This week’s meal plan is full of foods that my family is excited to eat no matter how long the day or week.

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14 Sep
Tom Ford Boys & Girls Holiday 2019 -- The Boys -- Swatches
Tom Ford Boys & Girls Holiday 2019 — The Boys — Swatches
Tom Ford Boys & Girls Holiday 2019 -- The Boys -- Swatches
Tom Ford Boys & Girls Holiday 2019 — The Boys — Swatches
Tom Ford Boys & Girls Holiday 2019 -- The Boys -- Swatches
Tom Ford Boys & Girls Holiday 2019 -- The Boys -- Swatches

Here are swatches of all 15 new Boys from the Tom Ford Boys & Girls Lip Colors ($36.00 for 0.07 oz.) that debuted recently. The Boys features one new finish, which I don’t have much info on yet, but it is called “Soft Matte” and has a thinner, more velvety/silicone-heavy texture.

Tom Ford Boys & Girls — The Boys

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