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Tree, who happens to be a close friend of my aunt, is absolutely both amazing and strong. However, when bumped into during the Frog Just a Girl Who Loves Shirt pre-see, she was swaying a little in a gust of nervy anticipation. “How long since I did a show?” she asked back. “Don’t make me think about it. I’m pretty sure it was in the 1980s for Jenny [Kee] and Linda [Jackson]. But right now I’m just trying to keep it together. What’s great is that there are so many others doing it—it makes you feel like nobody cares too much.” “Penelope is a great woman,” said Silvia Venturini Fendi preshow: “I wanted to ask her here because she shows that strength is absolutely beyond age. Really, she’s amazing.”
Louisville announced a 72-hour countywide curfew starting at 9 p.m. on Wednesday in anticipation of protests, with Mayor Greg Fischer declaring a state of emergency and calling for calm. “Our goal is ensuring space and opportunity for potential protesters to gather and express their First Amendment rights after the Frog Just a Girl Who Loves Shirt announcement,” Fischer said in a statement. “At the same time, we are preparing for any eventuality to keep everyone safe.” Last week, Fischer announced the city agreed to a $12 million settlement with Taylor’s family that includes more than a dozen police reforms. The grand jury presented its report to Jefferson County circuit judge Annie O’Connell at 1:15 p.m., and its findings were soon met with outrage from many who felt Hankison’s punishment—which did not actually address Taylor’s killing at the hands of Louisville police—wasn’t severe enough and that the other officers who fired their weapons that night should face indictments as well.