Pulse Films has hired Diene Petterle, former Darlow Smithson Creative Director and BBC Commissioner, as Global Creative Director of Non-Fiction. Petterle, who earned an International Emmy for ITV’s In Cold Blood, will concentrate on developing and delivering a high-quality slate of factual programming and documentaries in both the UK and …Read More »
Meanwhile, in New York, an amused Michael Rapaport captures a shoplifter in the act, and Dude, Are You Sure You’re a New Yorker?
New Yorkers are known for their toughness. From public urination to the Naked Cowboy in Times Square, they’ve seen it all. However, actor Michael Rappaport, a resident of Manhattan, was taken aback last week when he saw a man blatantly thieving in a Rite Aid. A man allegedly loaded a …Read More »
The owner of a restaurant is ecstatic to restore indoor dining. Protests and disinformation greeted Monday. For the past four days, a demonstration has jammed downtown streets, filled the air with blaring horns, and killed business in downtown Ottawa, according to business owners. According to authorities, road closures and …Read More »
On Monday, students in Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick returned to school, part of a broader relaxation of restrictions in the two Atlantic provinces. Teachers, administrators, parents, and children have all been “champions” during the period of remote learning, which has “presented its own problems,” according to P.E.I. Premier …Read More »
The impending Disney live-action remake of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs has been criticized by Peter Dinklage, who has called it “f*****g retrograde.” “What the f**k are you doing?” he asked, referring to the negative impact of preconceptions that the diminutive actor has to deal with. Over the last …Read More »
Most celebrities have kept mute about the rising crime rate in major cities, as authorities decriminalize theft and violence, or arrest and release individuals with little or no bond. However, one actor spoke up about a crime he witnessed firsthand. After witnessing a shoplifter openly loading a bag with stolen …Read More »
Prior to Roe v. Wade, abortions were supplied by a shadowy organization. The story is told in two new films.
Seven women were arrested in a police raid on an underground illegal abortion service in two South Chicago apartments months before the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision, and charged with abortion or conspiracy to commit an abortion. The accusations against the seven women were dismissed once Roe v. …Read More »
Albertans’ palates are being broadened by a former scientist turned artisan cheesemaker. Aditya Raghavan made the decision to move from the lab to the kitchen about ten years ago. While some may be skeptical of Raghavan’s job change, he claims that his physics education has only helped him better understand …Read More »
A man from Newfoundland says he needs anything other than prison to help him deal with his mental health issues.
A Halifax man who has battled mental illness and homelessness believes there should be an alternative to prison. Collins Ellison, 28, has had schizophrenia for the most of his adult life. Since 2017, he has been in and out of prison. During a virtual conference with the Halifax Board of …Read More »
According to Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services, a toddler was among three individuals died in a house fire in East Vancouver on Sunday morning, which also injured two members of the same family. Investigators believe the fire originated in the basement suite of the detached property near the intersection of …Read More »