It wasn’t all bad
▪ When Russ Gremel invested $1,000 in Walgreens almost seven decades ago, the pharmacy was just a small Chicago chain. Now his stock is worth $2 million. But instead of cashing in, the 98-year-old has donated his huge windfall to the Illinois Audubon Society, w it.
▪ Ariana Grande made a tearful return to Manchester, U.K., this week, to stage a benefit gig for the survivors and families of victims of the terrorist attack at her May concert. During the “One Love Manchester” event, Grande was joined by Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, and Katy Perry,eted one person. The concert raised at least $9 million for victims’ families.
▪ A New York City ballet dancer is being hailed as a hero after leaping onto the subway tracks to rescue an unconscious man. Gray Davis, 31, who dances at the American Ballet Theatre, was waiting for the train with his wife when the unnamed man was pushed ontoatform. “Luckily, I’m a ballet dancer,” he says. “So I swung my leg up.”