The Movies That Will Contend for Oscars in 2021: Early Best Picture Picks

As the awards calendar adjusts to the new Oscar date of April 25, 2021, it’s time to figure out which films might enter the Best Picture race. While this year’s slimmer fall festivals may not serve as the usual launchpads, they may function more like Cannes with the potential to break out art films like […]

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N.Korean leader’s sister says another summit unlikely but no threat posed to U.S

SEOUL — Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korea’a leader, said another summit with the United States would only be useful for Washington at this point, but added that her country had no intention of “threatening the U.S.,” according to state media. Read More …read more Source:: Nationalpost       

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Alexander: Dodgers, Angels in good hands in weird circumstances

Let’s face it: Pandemic Baseball is already a squirrel derby, to use the pet phrase of one of This Space’s favorites, the late Cal State Fullerton and Fullerton College football coach Gene Murphy. It is going to be different, it is occasionally (often?) going to be chaotic, and the normal boundaries aren’t always going to […]

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University Of Delaware Sued Over Biden’s Hidden Senate Records

University Of Delaware Sued Over Biden’s Hidden Senate Records Tyler Durden Thu, 07/09/2020 – 18:20 A lawsuit has been filed against the University of Delaware to try and force the college to hand over Joe Biden’s Senate Records, which are housed at the university’s library. Biden, who graduated from the University of Delaware and served […]

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Donald Trump’s Latest Tweet On Coronavirus Might Be His Dumbest Yet

You may only be allowed 280 characters, but it is often mind-blowing how much incorrect information a person can fit into one tweet. Take the president of the United States for example, who on Thursday managed to completely misunderstand numbers, the nature of disease and how the media works all in one remarkable post on […]

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LA city attorney pursues permanent injunction against Westlake-based nursing facility

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is seeking a permanent injunction against Lakeview Terrace Skilled Nursing Facility, a Westlake-based care facility that was recently cited by the state for violating regulations that included misrepresentation of medication records and improperly transferring out several sick, elderly or disabled residents. The complaint, filed in court on Tuesday, July […]

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