The Decade Part 1: People to Know {pop culture}

In People and Pop Culture on December 21, 2009 at 6:56 pm

Quadruplets Kenny, Martina, Ray and Carol Crouch were the first quadruplets admitted to Yale.


Lou Jing, a young contestant on China’s version of American Idol, sparks debate within the country (and around the world), on race and identity.

Genevieve Jones (accessories designer), Shala Monroque (editor-in-chief of Pop Magazine), and Desiree Rogers (former President of Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas, current Social Secretary) were introduced to the world as “Socialites 2.0”.  While these women party in style, they have the brains and business sense to back up their beauty.


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