A focused Mackenzie Phillips takes it one day at a time
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Mackenzie Phillips, who's upending expectations with her portrayal of a brutal inmate on "Orange is the New Black," deserves another look off-screen as well.
Phillips has battled addiction and made disturbing sexual abuse allegations well before such revelations were common, and she's forthright when asked to look back at those dark chapters.
Prep Track & Field: Douglas performs well at home meet
WINSTON — Douglas girls' track and field team won the Petersen Memorial Invitational on Saturday, the schools biggest home meet of the season.
The Trojans saw several individual wins from Mackenzie Phillips and Neveah Poore.
Phillips, a freshman, won the 200 in 28.25, the 100 meter hurdles in 17.75 and the javelin with a throw of 111-0. Poore won the pole vault with a 7-0 jump.
Lost River finished second with 85 points, followed by Sutherlin with 79.5 points and Camas Valley with 75 points.
Hope College: 12 northeast Indiana students on spring Dean’s List
Twelve northeast Indiana students have been named to the spring Dean's List at Hope College, the college has announced.
To qualify, a student must have a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, the Holland, Michigan, college said in a statement.
‘One Day at a Time’ gets a modern makeover on Netflix
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Television's enthusiastic attic-rummaging for old shows to resurrect isn't abating.
With an increasing number of outlets in need of content, original ideas are augmented by reboots and sequels including "The X-Files," ''Fuller House," ''Gilmore Girls" and, debuting on Netflix, "One Day at a Time."