Bernie Sanders is a real trendsetter. After
the politician’s meme went viral from the inauguration of the 46th US President – Sanders was pretty much everywhere in his parka and oversized knitted gloves from Deli Zabar’s in New York to the sofa of the sitcom Friends to the co-host of CNN host Wolf Blitzer to see – the Democrat turns the joke into a good deed. Because anyone who buys a shirt with the Sanders print supports charities in Vermont.
Bärbel Schäfer For almost a year she has been doing a very entertaining and entertaining podcast with her radio colleague Susanne Fröhlich. In Pronounced: The two women chat happily with Schäfer about everything that moves them: sniffed cigarettes after jogging, cold hands, construction helmets and these strange Corona times. An episode is between 20 and 30 minutes long. Great for a short break in the home office.
Mayim Bialik is – like her colleague Natalie Portman – very enthusiastic about Amanda Gorman’s poem “The Hill we Climb”, which the 22-year-old poet performed last week at the inauguration of Joe Biden. Bialik posted a recording of a previous Gorman appearance on Instagram, where she talked about auditions and ambitious mothers. Bialik wrote: “It describes the experience so perfectly, and it is really obvious why it is such a national cultural asset.”
Lenny Kravitz has said goodbye to his baseball idol, Hank Aaron. Aaron died last Friday at the age of 86. Kravitz posted a child’s photo of himself wearing a Hank Aaron T-shirt. “Watching him break Babe Ruth’s home run record was a monumental moment for me. As a young black kid, he inspired me to always excel. Rest gently, sir! ”