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Everybody in Hollywood in the 1980s and ‘90s wanted to go to Wolfgang Puck’s restaurant Spago, which featured an open kitchen with a wood-burning stove made for serving up fancy pizzas. Puck rode that initial success to a sort of food empire, often at some cost to his personal life, and that makes up the narrative thread of “Wolfgang,” a documentary directed by David Gelb, who also made the very popular food-based doc “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.” The most impressive element of “Wolfgang” is the amoun
England players were booed by some fans before two recent friendlies when they knelt - a protest borrowed from American NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and popularised by the Black Lives Matter movement. "We encourage those that oppose this action to reflect on the message you are sending to the players you are supporting," the FA said ahead of England's opening match of the tournament against Croatia at Wembley on Sunday.
Former Major League Baseball all-star pitcher Jim “Mudcat” Grant, the first Black 20-game winner in the American League who helped the the Minnesota Twins win their first World Series in 1965 has died. Grant was 85. “The entire Minnesota Twins organization is saddened by the death of former pitcher Jim “Mudcat” Grant, who passed away at the age of 85,” the Minnesota Twins announced on Saturday. “RIP Mudcat.”, The entire Minnesota Twins organization is saddened by the death of former pitcher Jim
Maybe Mandy Patinkin’s more of a Marvel guy? The celebrated star of stage and screen tweeted a video Saturday in which he and wife Kathryn Grody attempt to guess which actors have donned the cape and cowl, the operative word being “attempt.” In the video, Patinkin’s son, serving as both cameraman and game show host, gives his parents a seemingly simple challenge: name five actors who have played Batman. “Number one,” Patinkin begins, “Adam Beach.” Pop Culture Quiz – Name five actors who played B
G7 leaders wrapped up the second day of their summit on Saturday with an extended family photo that included the leaders of South Africa, South Korea and Australia.Saturday’s working session focused on efforts to counter China's growing influence, with G7 leaders offering developing nations an infrastructure plan that could rival President Xi Jinping's multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road initiative.The White House said U.S. President Joe Biden and other G7 leaders hope their global infrastructure plan, known as the Build Back Better World initiative, will help close a $40 trillion infrastructure gap in needy countries.China's Belt and Road Initiative involves development and investment initiatives that would stretch from Asia to Europe and beyond.More than 100 countries have already signed on to cooperate with China in projects like railways and other infrastructure.Meanwhile - on the subject of human rights abuses, Biden made "forceful comments" to G7 leaders about the need to make a strong statement" on what Washington and rights group say is the use of forced labor in China.According to a U.S. official - there was a quote "spectrum of how far different countries are willing to go" in their criticism in a final communique from the three-day summit.Though the official later said that the G7 leaders have reached consensus on the need for a shared approach to China selling exports at unfairly low prices and to human rights abuses.U.N. experts and rights groups estimate over a million people, mainly Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities, have been detained in China in recent years.China denies all accusations of forced labor or abuse.
Violent protests erupted in the streets of Tunisia's capital again on Saturday night, adding to the pressure on Prime Minister's Hichem Mechichi's government to crack down on police abuses. The clashes occurred in the Sejoumi neighbourhood of Tunis and followed protests earlier in the day in the center of the city during which protesters threw chairs and stones at the police who responded by kicking and hitting them with sticks. Protests in Sejoumi broke out on Tuesday after a man arrested by police on suspicion of dealing drugs died in custody.
You might think you came up with the most original marriage proposal, but you’d be wrong. That honor has to go to an unknown person who apparently lives in Los Angeles, who proposed to their girlfriend via skywriter — and then threw in a totally out of nowhere insult to podcaster Joe Rogan. So here’s what happened: On Saturday, the words “will you marry me Mollie Pratt?” appeared in the sky above Los Angeles. Multiple people on Twitter said that this was followed by a series of follow up message
We’re not sure what Ubisoft expected when it announced “Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora,” on Saturday, but a ton of jokes at the new game’s expense probably wasn’t it. The Canadian video game giant’s announcement came during its E3 2021 presentation on Saturday. But the response to a new game based on the James Cameron movie and, presumably, its upcoming sequels, is less “I see you” and more “hard pass.” In fact, it got a lot of fans thinking about “Avatar: The Last Airbender” instead. They made a