Several news outlets, including The Herald, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The Oakland Tribune, wrote articles about the case, with each one of them urging anyone with information to come forward and contact investigators. Tips that came in were followed up on, but no viable leads into the identity of the mother or killer were developed. … [Read more...] about DNA Evidence Leads To Arrest In 32-Year-Old Castro Valley John Doe Baby Homicide
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Philbin had a close relationship with the school. After graduating in 1953 with a degree in sociology, he supported the university in various ways -- most notably when he donated $2.5 million to the school in 2001 to create the Regis Philbin Studio Theatre. … [Read more...] about Regis Philbin laid to rest at his alma mater, Notre Dame University
Bush was famously fired from NBC’s “Today” for his role in a 2005 tape that featured him on a bus with then-reality TV star Trump as he bragged about groping women while both were unaware that their words were being recorded on a hot mic. … [Read more...] about Billy Bush: NBC made Trump ‘in their laboratory,’ and now despises him most
Most regular folks don't know ( including many citizens of The Windy City ) that outside of The West End of London, the largest non-Equity professional acting community on the planet is in Chicago, IL. Nothing in New York, Boston or Minneapolis ( which also have respectable-size enclaves of talented non-union professional stage performers ) can match it! And the experiences and training provided on the small-to-little-paying stages of the north and south sides of The City That Works ( as well as some fine drama being done in the suburbs ) is what gives Chicago-trained stage pros the grit, courage, endurance and insight they need when they are faced with different, and sometimes, truly unusual acting circumstances and challenges. Like the purveyors of Chicago-style architecture, Chicago-style music and CHICAGO-STYLE PIZZA, Chicago-style theatre-experienced folk take THEIR CRAFT VERY SERIOUSLY! And wherever Chicago-trained stage folk go in the country or the world to practice their … [Read more...] about Chicagoan Darryl Maximilian Robinson’s Universal “Wolfman” Tale!
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA — Two Manhattan Beach residents, Jordan Canik and Logan Lazar, have been named to the Spring 2020 Dean's List at Hofstra University for their outstanding academic achievement. Students must earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 during the semester to make the Dean's List. … [Read more...] about Manhattan Beach Residents Make Dean’s List At Hofstra University