Moments like this just totally melt your heart!
Moments like this just totally melt your heart!
The last man facing a non-capital charge in the fatal 2019 Orchard Towers brawl was jailed four years and nine months and given 12 strokes of the cane
Josh Humiston, who represented clients ranging from Dionne Warwick to Judas Priest as an agent and partner at Agency for the Performing Arts, died Wednesday at age 48. The cause of death was a stroke. “All of us are devastated for the loss of our dear friend, colleague and partner, Josh Humiston,” said Jim Gosnell, […]
It has been almost 50 years but Beatriz Bataszew vividly remembers the abuse she suffered under Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet's regime.
Pope Francis starts a historic trip to war-battered Iraq on Friday, defying security fears and the pandemic to comfort one of the world's oldest and most persecuted Christian communities.
In New Jersey, at a timber farm turned shelter for women who have suffered domestic violence, Gloria's struggles, like those of many abuse victims, have worsened with the coronavirus pandemic.
When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle headed to California in search of a sunny and glamorous new life, they probably didn't expect so much of their first year would be spent stuck at home.
When Cathy Tobias began tying a ribbon to a rope for each Covid-19 death in Florida, she had no idea her entire patio would end up being draped in color.
The remains of a woman who went missing in the devastating 2011 Japan tsunami have been found and identified, police said Friday, days before the 10th anniversary of the disaster.
China will resolutely deter any separatist activity seeking Taiwan's independence but is committed to promoting the peaceful growth of relations across the Taiwan Strait and China's "reunification", Premier Li Keqiang said on Friday. China, which claims democratic Taiwan as its own territory, has increased its military activity near the island in recent months, responding to what it calls "collusion" between Taipei and Washington, Taiwan's main international backer and arms supplier.
Zach Snyder’s version of “Justice League” is just two weeks away from its premiere on HBO Max, but the filmmaker says he’s already made a version of it specifically for IMAX screens. Just don’t expect it anytime soon. In an interview with IGN this past weekend, Snyder mentioned that along with his director’s cut, “Justice League” will get a special black-and-white edit he calls “Justice Is Gray” when it is released on March 18. He also said that during reshoots, he shot new footage in a 1.43:1 ratio and reformatted the movie to that same ratio to fit IMAX screens in the hopes that once the COVID-19 pandemic ends, fans could get a chance to see the film on the biggest screen possible. “To me, the ultimate version is the black-and-white IMAX version,” Snyder said. Also Read: 'Justice League' Investigation: WarnerMedia Defends Execs Against Latest Ray Fisher Accusations But for now, fans will have to settle for HBO Max, as sources at Warner Bros. tell TheWrap that “Zach Snyder’s Justice League” is still being released exclusively for the streaming service. While studios are feeling more confident that the end of the pandemic is now within sight and theaters nationwide will be reopen by mid-summer, films are still being moved around. Even if Warner Bros. was considering a special IMAX engagement for “Justice League,” it’s still unclear when it would have a window to release the film on the special format as many blockbusters like “F9,” which moved on Thursday from May 28 to June 25, haven’t settled into their final release spots. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. is already gearing up for a full summer release slate, including “In The Heights,” “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” and the DC film “The Suicide Squad.” Those films, along with all of the studio’s films this year, will be released simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max. Read original story Zack Snyder Made an IMAX Version of His ‘Justice League’ – But There Are No Big-Screen Release Plans At TheWrap
Chilean police patrolled along the waterfront in Puerto Saavedra on March 4, after an 8.1-magnitude earthquake on the other side of the Pacific Ocean led to tsunami warnings in South America.Chilean officials issued a “yellow alert” for coastal communities and published a schedule for areas facing possible tsunami threat, starting with Easter Island overnight.This footage was recorded in Puerto Saavedra, where police used speakers to exhort residents to leave coastal areas. Credit: Carabineros Región de La Araucanía via Storyful
KUALA LUMPUR, March 5 — It's funny how I get to explore more new places when I am sitting at home. For instance, I have not visited MAHSA Avenue even though I've probably driven past it many times...
The Australian government on Friday expressed frustration at Italy's decision to block a shipment of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, but stressed it would not affect the rollout of Australia's inoculation program. Italy, supported by the European Commission, blocked the planned export of around 250,000 doses of AstraZeneca's vaccine after the drug manufacturer failed to meet its European Union contract commitments.
Elections for Hong Kong's legislature will likely be deferred for a second year to September 2022 as Beijing plans a major overhaul of the city's electoral system, the South China Morning Post reported on Friday, citing unnamed sources. The delay, if confirmed, would be in line with a new effort by Beijing to ensure "patriots" are in charge of the global financial hub, potentially the biggest blow to the city's democratic hopes since its handover from British rule in 1997. Zhang Yesui, a spokesman for the National People's Congress, said on Thursday it had the constitutional power to "improve" Hong Kong's system and a draft decision would be discussed during the annual parliamentary session which opens on Friday.
Inside, Kazuyoshi Sasaki carefully dials his late wife Miwako's cellphone number, bending his large frame and cradling the handset. He explains how he searched for her for days after the devastating earthquake and tsunami a decade ago, visiting evacuation centres and makeshift morgues, returning at night to the rubble of their home. Sasaki's wife was one of nearly 20,000 people in northeastern Japan killed by the disaster that struck on March 11, 2011.
First Eagle (FCRD) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 0.00% and 3.73%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
Josh Humiston, a respected music agent and partner at Agency for the Performing Arts (APA), passed away on March 3, the agency announced on Thursday. He was 48. Humiston, the head of the agency’s music department, died of a sudden stroke, the company said. “All of us are devastated for the loss of our dear friend, colleague and Partner, Josh Humiston,” Jim Gosnell, CEO of APA, said in a statement to TheWrap. “Our hearts go out to his beloved wife, Jaime, their two daughters, Isabella and Juliana, and the entire Humiston family. Josh was a unique and exceptional agent who was fiercely passionate and loyal to his clients and this company for 26 years. A much-loved member of our APA family, he wore his heart on his sleeve and would fight equally as hard for his clients as he did his colleagues. He will be extremely missed by all of us, as well as the music community in which he served.” Also Read: APA Receives 'Major' Loan From Ron Burkle's Yucaipa Companies According to the agency, Humiston was the first agent at APA to rise from the mailroom to partner status in the agency’s 59-year history. His clients included Dionne Warwick, Smokey Robinson, Judas Priest, Skillet and Everclear, among many others. Humiston was born on March 28, 1972 in Santa Monica, California. He began his entertainment career working in the mailroom at APA in 1995. He was promoted to VP of Concerts in 2001, responsible for developing and overseeing the agency’s modern rock department, before being named partner in 2007. Humiston is survived by his wife, Jaime Kelsall Humiston, and their daughters, Isabella and Juliana. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a funeral for immediate family will be held on Sunday at Hillside Memorial Park, with a celebration of his life to be scheduled for a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to Andrew McMahon’s Dear Jack Foundation, benefitting adolescents and young adults diagnosed with cancer. Read original story Josh Humiston, Partner at Agency for the Performing Arts, Dies at 48 At TheWrap
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FULGENT GENETIC (FLGT) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 40.59% and 30.77%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
A 73-year-old woman who kept helping a scammer receive money, even after the police had warned her against it, was jailed seven months in Singapore.