Lee Choo Phing faces 11 charges of cheating, attempting to obtain bribes, and insulting the modesty of women.
Tuchel enjoyed a successful spell with Paris St Germain before taking over at Chelsea following the sacking of club great Frank Lampard in January. The London club are fifth spot in the Premier League, face Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-finals on Saturday and are in a strong position to reach the Champions League semis, holding a 2-0 lead over Porto from the first leg.
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Following the surprising news Monday that Arclight Cinemas and its sister chain, Pacific Theatres, will not reopen, L.A. residents and Hollywood creatives alike mourned the movie house chain and its iconic Sunset Blvd location with profanity, shared memories, and calls for someone with money to save it. “What sad news,” director Jon M Chu wrote. “I loved this theater. And I had my first premiere for my first movie #StepUp2TheStreets there. I snuck out of the movie early so I could cut a piece of the red carpet out and keep it. It sits on my desk. ❤️😢man this is hard to read.” “F—,” wrote Best Screenplay Oscar-winner Barry Jenkins said, simply. “Tarantino saved the New Beverly, hopefully someone can step up and save the Arclight. Would hate to see this beautiful theater where I once stood next to Elliot Gould at a urinal gutted and turned into condos,” comedy writer Matt Oswalt wrote. Also Read: Arclight and Pacific Theaters Close Permanently “After shutting our doors more than a year ago, today we must share the difficult and sad news that Pacific will not be reopening its ArcLight Cinemas and Pacific Theatres locations,” Pacific Theaters, parent company of Arclight and Pacific Theatres, said in a statement. “This was not the outcome anyone wanted, but despite a huge effort that exhausted all potential options, the company does not have a viable way forward.” Pacific Theaters operated approximately 300 screens in California, including seven Arclight Cinemas locations. Arclight also operated locations in Boston, Chicago, and Bethesda, Maryland. See more reactions below. What sad news. I loved this theater. And I had my first premiere for my first movie #StepUp2TheStreets there. I snuck out of the movie early so I could cut a piece of the red carpet out and keep it. It sits on my desk. ❤️😢man this is hard to read. #Arclight https://t.co/3vR3XFHhhh — Jon M. Chu (@jonmchu) April 13, 2021 This is heartbreaking. https://t.co/ldii9tFdLZ — Adam McKay (@GhostPanther) April 13, 2021 I had so many beautiful experiences here, I feel like I lost a best friend. The Cinerama Dome is the only concrete geodesic dome on earth, and the largest motion picture screen in the world. https://t.co/L88U4EYaNw #ARCLIGHT #savecinema — Lewis Tan (@TheLewisTan) April 13, 2021 FUCK https://t.co/aPeTwpUp3H — Barry Jenkins (@BarryJenkins) April 13, 2021 🥺 Well this sucks. Every single person who worked at the Arclight loved movies, and you felt it. Sending love to every usher, manager and projectionist who rocked that blue shirt and made it such a special place. — Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) April 13, 2021 The Arclight Hollywood was my most favorite theatre in the world to see movies. My home court of cinema in LA. I saw my first movie in LA there when I moved here in 2009 and the last movie before the pandemic there. Truly a bummer. https://t.co/sziPORAGcA — Ben Schwartz (@rejectedjokes) April 13, 2021 Devastating. Too many losses to process. It's just too much… At some point when I'm less upset, I'll tell you guys a funny story about my first time meeting Quentin Tarantino in the lobby of Hollywood Arclight. https://t.co/cFypJxEk4L — Lulu Wang (@thumbelulu) April 13, 2021 WOW!!! This is the 1st place I ever saw 2001. The DOME. And the Arclight with the announcements. The experience of going to watch a movie there was otherworldly, being in one was absolutely humbling. If Randy lived in the real world I feel he would have managed the joint! ❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/633oI44N7V — Jamie Kennedy (@JamieKennedy) April 13, 2021 Tarantino saved the New Beverly, hopefully someone can step up and save the Arclight. Would hate to see this beautiful theater where I once stood next to Elliot Gould at a urinal gutted and turned into condos. https://t.co/L0nYEpxyZw — Matt Oswalt (@MattOswaltVA) April 13, 2021 some more because i have them @JoeQuesada @Oeming @trutriciahelfer @davidmackkabuki and bald person at the #CineramaDome circa 2016! pic.twitter.com/hRMd3nGoBC — BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (@BRIANMBENDIS) April 13, 2021 Black Panther. Opening night at the ArcLight. Whew you had to be there. — Eric Haywood (@EricHaywood) April 13, 2021 Brad Pitt buy the arclight challenge — Timothy Simons (@timothycsimons) April 13, 2021 Artists! Unite! Form group! Buy Arclight! DM me. https://t.co/nsazryeytD — loren bouchard (@lorenbouchard) April 13, 2021 This is truly devastating. I know I'm not alone in feeling that the Arclight shaped so much of my experience and friendships in Los Angeles. https://t.co/VR30v4Kxp3 — Liz Hannah (@itslizhannah) April 13, 2021 This is so painful. The Arclight is my go-to. Clean, great sound, assigned stadium seating, great popcorn, usher movie introductions. A true movie-going experience. 🤬 https://t.co/EtkfA9sMCx — Gina Prince-Bythewood (@GPBmadeit) April 13, 2021 Read original story Jon Chu, Adam McKay, Barry Jenkins and More Decry Arclight Closure: ‘This Is Heartbreaking’ At TheWrap
Chamberlain's record set in less than six seasons stood since 1965.
"It is unacceptable that a player is left in tears due to the actions of a stadium employee."
Apr.12 -- Lina Choi, senior vice president at Moody’s Investors Service, discusses Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s record fine over antitrust issues, her outlook for the company and for China’s tech sector. She speaks on “Bloomberg Markets: China Open.”
Umpire Joe West was awarded $500,000 plus interest on Monday after winning a defamation lawsuit against former major league player Paul Lo Duca. Judge John Kelley of Manhattan (N.Y.) Supreme Court rendered the decision. Lo Duca had said on "The Favorites" podcast on the Action Network in April 2019 that West had once agreed to give Lo Duca's New York Mets teammate Billy Wagner a bigger strike zone in exchange for use of the pitcher's vintage car.
Large crowds of protesters took to the streets of New York City on Monday, April 12, to protest the police killing of a 20-year-old man during a traffic stop in Minnesota.According to local reports Duante Wright was shot and killed by an officer on Sunday, April 11, sparking a fresh round of anti-police brutality protests.Footage uploaded by Andy Ratto, shows large groups of demonstrators chanting ‘no justice, no peace’ and ‘say his name, Duante Wright’ as they marched through Manhattan and Brooklyn. Credit: Andy Ratto via Storyful
Japan's decision to release more than one million tonnes of treated radioactive water from the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea has stirred fierce controversy.
Paul Lo Duca accused Joe West of trading strike calls for access to a classic car.
The appraisals are in, and the team of Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt have won HGTV’s “Rock the Block” Season 2! Yes, you read that right. The Kleinschmidts, who did not win a single individual challenge, took the whole damn thing. Their craftsman-style fun and functional home, appraised for $625,000. Perhaps it was the basement bowling alley. (You also read that right.) Also Read: 'Love It or List It' Star Hilary Farr Is Getting Her Own HGTV Series OK, it definitely wasn’t the mini lanes — at least not from an appraisal standpoint. The Kleinschmidts definitely had the best backyard space, and their double dishwashers, dream laundry room and converted third-car garage might have sealed the deal. Here’s the logline for the episode you just missed (a safe assumption if you’re here to find out the winner): “After six weeks, a winner gets crowned, a street sign gets named and bragging rights get claimed on the finale of ‘Rock the Block!’ Experts appraise the houses and the teams finally tour each other’s beautiful work. Four teams competed, but only one wins.” This season, Mike Holmes was paired with Alison Victoria and married couple Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent made for a natural team. Tiffany Brooks and David Bromstad, both winners of HGTV’s “Design Star,” (wildly) designed a house together and “100 Day Dream Home” husband-and-wife team Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt put their speed-building to the test. Also Read: CBS Announces 'Celebrity IOU' Copycat on Same Day HGTV's 'Celebrity IOU' Season 2 Premieres TheWrap exclusively reported those teams back in October 2020. At the time, HGTV president Jane Latman told us: “Nothing says high stakes like double the stardom, double the personalities, and double the fun! Expect to see impressive displays of strategy, creativity and incredible designs from these top stars in ‘Rock the Block’ — definitely bring the popcorn.” “Rock the Block” Season 2 premiered March 8, 2021 on HGTV. We kept the kernels nearby each Monday at 9 p.m. Also Read: How Lorraine Bracco Gamed the System for HGTV's 'My Big Italian Adventure' Frontrunners Holmes and Victoria won big early on, claiming the kitchen/dining room and main bedroom/bathroom challenges. Nate and Jeremiah came back strong with victories in the basement and outside. Bromstad and Brooks won the living-area week, while Brian and Mika were shut out in the individual challenges. Ty Pennington hosted the madness. The “Rock the Block” Season 2 teams remodeled alike, mostly completed new construction homes — each with a $225,000 renovation budget. Just like Season 1 winner Jasmine Roth, the “Rock the Block” Season 2 victors got their names memorialized out front on a street sign. Welcome to Kleinschmidt Way. Read original story HGTV’s ‘Rock the Block’ Season 2: And the Winners Are… At TheWrap
New England Patriots star Julian Edelman announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday, bringing the curtain down on a career that spanned 12 seasons and included three Super Bowl victories.
Devotees of the late Prince Philip held a mourning ceremony in his honour on Monday on the South Pacific island of Tanna in Vanuatu. Villagers held photographs of the late Prince, and spoke of "opening the road for his spirit to grow," footage obtained by Reuters showed. Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth who had been at her side throughout her 69-year reign, died at Windsor Castle on Friday, aged 99.
Geneva's international expo of fine watches switches to Shanghai on Wednesday for a physical version after staging an online edition to keep the prestigious fair going during the pandemic.
One of Los Angeles' best-known movie theaters is closing for good, its owners said on Monday, prompting dismay on social media and concern for the fate of other theaters forced to close during the coronavirus pandemic. The Pacific Theatres group said it would not be reopening its flagship ArcLight Hollywood, home to the Cinerama Dome on Hollywood's Sunset Boulevard, and 15 other ArcLight and Pacific Theatres located in the global center of the movie industry.
A volcanic eruption on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent, on April 9, produced a 20,000 feet high plume of ash, the St Vincent and Grenadines government said.The La Soufrière volcano began erupting on the morning of April 9, following a day of seismic activity that prompted evacuations, according to The University of the West Indies Seismic Research CentreIn video shared on Instagram by Terissa Antoine, a giant ash plume can be seen billowing upwards, following the explosive volcano eruption.The National Emergency Management Organization in St Vincent said on April 12 that explosions and accompanying ashfall were likely to continue over the coming days. Credit: Terissa Antoine via Storyful