Joelle Goldstein, People

Joelle Goldstein

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Santa Monica, CA, United States

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  • Hollywood Reporter

Recent articles by Joelle:

5-Year-Old Boy Becomes Honorary Miami Police Chief Months After House Fire That Killed Mom

TJ Mack and his mom Stevangela Lankford were involved a house fire on April 12, which ultimately killed Stevangela and caused burns to TJ's face and body → Read More

Mich. Man and Beloved Dog, Who Once Saved His Life, Die 4 Months Apart: 'Crushing Grief'

Jerry Douthett died from mouth and throat cancer in June, and by October, Kiko the dog died of heart failure caused by kidney disease → Read More

Mo. Husband Expecting First Child Suffers 'Serious Brain Injury' After Collapsing in His Home

Jimmy Killeen has since undergone surgery for a "major brain bleed" and now remains in the ICU "with a poor prognosis," according to a CaringBridge site → Read More

What to Know About Bill Gates' Daughter Jennifer's Fiancé, Equestrian Nayel Nassar

The pair announced on Wednesday that he popped the question during a snowy ski trip. → Read More

Couple Ties the Knot at Penn. Hospital So Groom's Mother Can Attend: 'It Meant Everything'

Chaz and Amanda Wilburn tied the knot on Oct. 2 with his mom Ajeana Schuler watching from her hospital bed. → Read More

School Bus Carrying 6 Kids Crashes After Driver Suffers Medical Emergency: 'We Were Scared' Says Mom

The Plaistow Police Department said the driver suffered a medical emergency before the crash, but that none of the six children were injured. → Read More

Coyote Bites Teen and Steals Their Food on Mass. Beach as Officials Issue Warning to the Public

A teenager and a friend were attacked by a coyote this week at Harding's Beach, prompting the Chatham Police Department to warn against feeding or getting close to the animals. → Read More

Adam Lambert Explains Why Judging New Show Clash of the Cover Bands Was a 'Trippy' Experience

Lambert will be judging the reality competition singing show, which premieres on Oct. 13, alongside Meghan Trainor and Ester Dean → Read More

LEGO Vows to Eliminate Gender Bias and Stereotypes by Removing 'For Girls' and 'For Boys' Labels

LEGO plans to work with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media and UNICEF to eliminate harmful stereotypes found through research → Read More

After a New Mom Dies of COVID, Her ICU Nurse Gathers Supplies for Baby's Nursery

Ashlee Schwartz, an ICU nurse at Mercy Hospital, said she felt "called to help" Emily Robison's husband Eric and new daughter Carmen → Read More

Mom Who Saved Son from Playground Manhole Says She Had 'No Other Option' But to Jump Into Sewage

Jennifer Marrow recalled how she jumped into the playground manhole after her 2-year-old son, Henry, fell in → Read More

Calif. Becomes First State in U.S. to Require Ethnic Studies Course for High School Graduation

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the legislation Friday, making California the first state in the United States to require the course to graduate → Read More

N.J. Parents with 6 Biological Children Adopt 7 Orphaned Siblings from Ukraine: 'A Gift'

Wade and Michelle Torppey, of Wantage, adopted the siblings in July, growing their family from 8 to 15 → Read More

Why Columbus Day Continues to Be Celebrated in Parts of the U.S. Despite Explorer's Violent Legacy

The explorer was responsible for the loss of life, destruction of land and disruption of tradition that was practiced by Native Americans → Read More

'Positive' University of Georgia Student Dies 1 Week After Helping Raise $20K for Charity

The 20-year-old was walking with a friend just after midnight on Saturday when she was struck by a car in downtown Athens → Read More

Mass. Couple Who Met During UberPool Ride Get Married 4 Years Later: 'It Was Meant to Be'

Rachel Chazanovitz and Mark DeSantis met in an Uber on October 29 and went on their first date a few days later → Read More

Michigan Marching Band Shows Support for LGBTQ+ History Month With Moving Halftime Performance: 'Love Wins'

The university's band played songs by Lady Gaga, Diana Ross, Cyndi Lauper and Sister Sledge, among others, as they marched into hearts and word formations → Read More

Florida Woman Suffers 'Severe Injuries' After She Falls into Canal and Is Attacked by Alligator

The woman was asleep on a seawall when she fell into the canal and was "suddenly" attacked by a large alligator, according to St. Pete Fire and Rescue → Read More

Vietnam Veteran Reunited with His Purple Heart Medals Nearly 40 Years After They Were Stolen

After finding Gus Albritton's medals at a yard sale in Florida, Jamie Bath purchased them and then set out to find the Vietnam veteran → Read More

22-Year-Old 'Strong, Athletic' Man Dies While Competing in a Utah Marathon — Just 7 Months After His Wedding

Hayden Holman was racing in the St. George Marathon on Saturday when he suddenly collapsed and stopped breathing → Read More