What to Know
- Two women -- one a nail salon employee and one a customer -- face charges in connection with a wild brawl that broke out a Brooklyn shop
- A group of friends came to the rescue by helping a girl with cerebral palsy in a wheelchair onto the beach in Florida
- Make no mistake: Beyonce is always in control of her own narrative
Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018
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Two women -- one a nail salon employee and one a customer -- face charges in connection with a wild brawl that broke out a Brooklyn shop last week, allegedly over a botched eyebrow job, according to authorities.
Video posted to Facebook by another customer who happened to be inside New Red Apple Nails on East Flatbush's Nostrand Avenue when the chaos broke out around 9:30 p.m. Friday shows the worker wielding a broom and repeatedly whacking the customer in the back and shoulder area.
The woman who posted the video said the first customer was unhappy with her eyebrow job and refused to pay, leading to the fracas.
Manager Michael Lin confirmed the customer didn't want to pay so staffers blocked the door -- then the confrontation turned physical.
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A group of friends came to the rescue by helping a girl with cerebral palsy in a wheelchair onto the beach in Florida.
But their good deeds didn't stop there. They waited around until her family was ready to go and helped get her back to their hotel room.
Now the pair is trying to track down the family to help out even more.
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Make no mistake: Beyonce is always in control of her own narrative.
The 36-year-old superstar was given unprecedented control over Vogue's September issue--with the editor in chief Anna Wintour's blessing, of course. From selecting 23-year-old Tyler Mitchell to be the first black man to shoot the magazine's cover, to writing personal essays detailing her personal and professional failures and triumphs, she left no stone unturned.
In one essay she discusses how she learned to love the skin she is in. In another essay, the singer reflected on her ancestry and how it impacted her relationships.
Read more here.
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