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Sean Neumann


Chicago, IL, United States

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Past articles by Sean:

Rock Drummer Ralph Rolle's Baking Project Finally Hits Stores: 'Passion Has No Expiration Date'

Ralph Rolle – who has performed with artists such as Chic, Nile Rodgers, Sting, and more – released his line of Soul Snacks cookies, hitting shelves at select Walmart stores now → Read More

Rock Drummer Ralph Rolle's Baking Project Finally Hits Stores: 'Passion Has No Expiration Date'

Ralph Rolle – who has performed with artists such as Chic, Nile Rodgers, Sting, and more – released his line of Soul Snacks cookies, hitting shelves at select Walmart stores now → Read More

E.G. Daily — the Voice of Tommy Pickles! — Opens Up About Her Career and the Rugrats Cast

Voice actress E.G. Daily, who plays the voice of Tommy Pickles in Rugrats, discusses the show's close-knit cast → Read More

'American Empress' Marjorie Merriweather Post — Mogul Behind Mar-a-Lago and More — Takes the Spotlight

Author Allison Pataki tells PEOPLE all the things she was surprised to learn about Marjorie Merriweather Post while doing research on the American businesswoman for her new novel → Read More

Explorer Silvia Vasquez-Lavado — Whom Selena Gomez Will Play! — Says Writing Memoir 'Saved My Life'

Explorer Silvia Vasquez-Lavado's new memoir about coping with addiction and sexual violence through mountain climbing is being adapted into a movie starring Selena Gomez → Read More

Bobsledder Hunter Church's Journey Comes 'Full Circle' with Olympics: 'Incredible This Is Where I Am'

Hunter Church, a third-generation bobsledder, will make his Olympic debut in Beijing after nearly quitting the sport in 2018 → Read More

U.S. Bobsledder Sylvia Hoffman on 'Crazy' Journey to Olympics — and How Reality TV Was Involved

U.S. bobsledder Sylvia Hoffman has tried many paths to make the Olympics, and she's set to finally make her debut in Beijing with the U.S. bobsled team → Read More

Curling Siblings Matt and Becca Hamilton Talk About the 'Advantage' of Their 'Motivating' Rivalry

U.S. Olympic curlers Matt and Becca Hamilton tell PEOPLE about the unique "advantage" that being siblings and former teammates will bring to 2022 Winter Olympics → Read More

Grammy-Nominated Teacher and History-Making Mayor Hopes Her Story Can 'Embolden Young People'

“Whether it’s teaching or being a firefighter or being a mayor, I want to show that a female can do it — even if there’s never been a path forward,” Lancaster, New York, Mayor Lynne Ruda tells PEOPLE → Read More

Ivana Trump's Ex-Husband Rossano Rubicondi Dead at 49: 'I'm Devastated,' She Says

Ivana Trump's ex-husband Rossano Rubicondi was reportedly ill for about a year before he died at age 49 → Read More

How One Beloved Local Theater Weathered the Pandemic: Thanks to Aid Money and a Customer Who Kept Showing Up

Lani Jo Leigh, the owner of the historic Clinton Street Theater in downtown Portland, Oregon, tells PEOPLE how donations and long-awaited federal funding helped the theater make it through the most trying period in its 107-year history → Read More

To Catch a Predator's Chris Hansen Says 'Miscommunication' Led to Warrant for Missed Court Date

Chris Hansen, the former host of "To Catch a Predator," has a warrant after failing to appear in court, where he was supposed to provide documents about a sting operation he aided law enforcement with last October → Read More

Sasha Obama's Close Friend Maisy Biden 'Was Like the LeBron' of Their School League, Barack Says

Former President Barack Obama said President Joe Biden's granddaughter Maisy Biden "was like the LeBron" of her and Sasha Obama's fourth grade basketball league, which he helped coach during his presidency → Read More

Rep. Liz Cheney Says She's 'Honored' to Be Named to Jan. 6 Commission amid Republican Backlash

Rep. Liz Cheney, who has repeatedly received backlash from her own Republican Party over supporting investigations into the deadly Jan. 6 riot, says she's "honored" to now serve on the congressional committee investigating the attack → Read More

Barack Obama on Why He's the Butt of Jokes from Daughters Sasha and Malia: 'They're Afraid of Michelle'

Former President Barack Obama told actor Dax Shepard that his daughters Sasha and Malia make him the butt of all jokes because "they're afraid" of wife Michelle Obama → Read More

George W. Bush Jokes About the Words He Makes Up While Debating the Word 'Literally'

Former President George W. Bush joked about words he sometimes makes up while he debated the use of the word "literally" on the Today show with daughter Jenna Bush Hager → Read More

Trump Organization CFO Will Plead 'Not Guilty' After Turning Himself in Ahead of Tax Charges

Former President Donald Trump's family real estate business has been under two intertwined investigations by the New York attorney general's office and the Manhattan district attorney → Read More

Jill Biden and Doug Emhoff Clink Beers at Astros Game During Trip to Encourage Vaccines

First Lady Dr. Jill Biden and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff watched a few innings of Tuesday night's Houston Astros game while they toured Texas to encourage people to get COVID-19 vaccinations → Read More

Biden Vows Raise to $15 Minimum Wage for Federal Firefighters Ahead of 'Above Normal' Wildfire Season

The White House is raising the minimum wage for federal firefighters across the country, as wildfires continue to ravage portions of the U.S. → Read More

House Votes to Remove 'Grotesque' Confederate Statues from Display in U.S. Capitol

A year after a similar effort stalled in the Senate, the House of Representatives on Tuesday again voted in favor of removing all Confederate statues from public display at the U.S. Capitol → Read More