Others wondered why she had bothered transferring the pasta to the tinfoil in the first place when she could have eaten it straight from the saucepan. … [Read more...] about Disgusted foodies slam a woman’s pasta grazing board as a ‘massive failure’ after she served penne and spaghetti on a tinfoil-covered dining table – so do you agree?
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Scott said Te Rūnanga o Arowhenua now had the opportunity to consult amongst themselves as to who would be the best people to serve on the ECan council, and from there ECan’s chief executive would set out the parameters for the two appointees. … [Read more...] about ECan to appoint two Ngāi Tahu representatives to council
"Due to reduced seating capacity in Venice and the studios in Burbank not coming back to work anytime soon, the path back to profitability was sadly too long for us to continue to hold on to them," said Mike. "The great news is everyone that wanted a job from those locations is currently employed. That was my biggest concern in shuttering them," he told Manhattan Beach Patch. … [Read more...] about Simmzy’s Closes Two Locations: Path To Profitability ‘Too Long’
There’s a story arc from Hill Street‘s middle seasons involving Officer Mike Perez (played by Tony Perez), a glorified extra but someone familiar to any longtime viewer. Responding to a prowler call that turns out to be bogus(*), Perez sees a figure hiding behind a bed holding what looks like a gun, and opens fire, killing his would-be attacker. Then he finds out it’s just a young African American boy who was holding a toy pistol to feel safe while his impoverished mother (a young Alfre Woodard) was out at a job interview. The show acknowledges the saintly mother’s grief, as well as the absolute mess that department brass makes of the situation in a clumsy attempt to divert public outrage. Mostly, though, the story is a tragedy about poor Mike Perez, a nice guy tormented by an innocent mistake that any cop could have made. He has a breakdown, spends time in a mental hospital, and, after returning to work, stages a tenement fire so he can redeem himself by … [Read more...] about A History of Violence: Why I Loved Cop Shows, and Why They Must Change
On August 7, her condition continued to deteriorate and she was intubated. She was treated with continuous renal replacement therapy (CCRT) to filter her blood, along with ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation), the artificial heart-lung machine. … [Read more...] about 11th COVID-19 patient in Việt Nam dies