Jenny Hall Boho Style File Harrington’s Greenville SC fashion boutiques

Jenny Hall is a Greenville native and the founder of Boho Style File, a fashion and lifestyle blog she started in 2014 as an outlet to share her passion for fashion and style. Through her blog she has worked with many celebrated brands in the apparel industry and built a following drawn to her signature look showcasing vibrant colors and pattern, as well as inspiring and engaging content covering all aspects of her life. Entrepreneurship runs in the family. Her grandfather, the late Vincent James Perone, opened many successful restaurant businesses in the Greenville area, including the beloved Vince Perone’s Restaurant. Jenny and her sisters opened the popular children’s boutique Vann & Liv. Jenny received her Bachelor of Science in Retail and Merchandising from the University of South Carolina, and her experience also includes roles in apparel buying, marketing and social media.

Most recently, Hall opened her own clothing store,

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Fishmongers at all markets to be tested for COVID-19

People shop for fish at a wet market in Singapore.

People shop for fish at a wet market in Singapore. (PHOTO: Roslan Rahman/AFP via Getty Images)

SINGAPORE — Fishmongers from all markets in Singapore will be tested for COVID-19, following a cluster of infections at the Jurong Fishery Port.

The Ministry of Health (MOH) said in the media statement on Saturday (17 July) that, as a precautionary measure, it has arranged with the National Environment Agency to test fishmongers from all markets at its test centres.

It will also distribute antigen rapid test (ART) kits to them, so that they can continue to monitor themselves.

“There has been spread from the Jurong Fishery Port to Hong Lim Market, and there is a risk of transmission of the virus to other markets,” MOH said in the statement.

The ministry had announced on Friday that it was investigating seven cases of COVID-19 infections among individuals at Jurong Fishery Port, which has been

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Foreman Fabricators won the Gold award in the international metalcraft competition administered by the National Ornamental & Miscellaneous Metals Association. Foreman won for work done at the Ritz-Carlton St. Louis.

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How The Bushy Brow Trend Helps Us Hairy Girls Reclaim Our Beauty

While Gen Z kids have been spared the horror of having their brows tweezed into reed-thin lines, us desi millennials remember what it was like to be shamed for our hairy unibrows once we hit puberty. We have seen that era when a conventionally beautiful actress like Kajol was shamed or snidely termed “offbeat” just because of the way her brows looked. 

We would see skinny brows on the actresses on TV who were, in turn, emulating the look of international actresses who already had thin, light brows. There was no space for our thick and lush black brow hair in that world.



a close up of a woman: Image credit: SLB Films, Shemaroo Entertainment, Eros International


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But things are different now. Internationally, even Caucasian models and actresses who are beauty icons have co-opted those thick, dark eyebrows people of colour were once shunned for, to the point that beauty vloggers are

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