"The increase in violence that has plagued Chicago and other cities is what prompted the department to launch Operation Legend two months ago in Kansas City, Mo.," Barr continued. "The purpose of the operation was to make clear that his life mattered, his name should be remembered and other innocent victims like him, including the 8-year-old girl killed in Chicago on Labor Day, should not suffer such senseless death." … [Read more...] about Chicago murder rate cut ‘roughly in half’ since before Operation Legend: AG Barr
Life and legend of wyatt earp
Fox News: What’s your favorite memory from those travels?Richards: It has been awhile… I hope they get to go back on the road soon. I guess it was that family sense. It was kind of like a family reunion. It’s funny because I have my mom’s side, which is very homey. It’s like our home family. And then we go on tour with dad, and it was a different kind of family. It was, yes, wild. And we got to travel and experience all of these new places together. So I think, to me, that’s kind of funny because it was kind of juggling two different kinds of words but very blessed to have both. … [Read more...] about Rolling Stones Keith Richards’ daughter Alexandra recalls touring with legend as a kid: ‘It was eye-opening’
“He was a total nut job and I see him,” Trump continued. “He’ll say anything. No matter what you did. Like today, I’m doing a great deal with Israel... no matter what you do, with some of the fake news, it doesn’t make any difference.” … [Read more...] about Trump dubs Carl Bernstein a ‘total nut job’ after Watergate legend calls president ‘homicidal’
John Ford’s western about Wyatt Earp has an unforgettable scene where a traveling actor (Alan Mowbrey) stumbles through Hamlet’s “To be or not to be” soliloquy in a barroom full of drunks. When he forgets his lines, Doc Holliday (Victor Mature) leans forward and finishes the speech. And in that handoff, when Shakespeare’s words are taken out of the mouth of an actor and taken up by a spectator in a saloon, something too familiar suddenly comes to life. We hear what Hamlet’s saying because it’s not Hamlet, it’s Doc saying the words—a man living with the death sentence of tuberculosis, which puts him on more than a nodding acquaintance with matters of life and death. And yes, Ford is riding on Shakespeare’s shoulders here, but this is still one of the most transcendent and touching—yet unsentimental—scenes in any movie. … [Read more...] about What Are the Best Shakespeare Movies?
Today we join millions of baseball fans and Puerto Ricans in celebrating Roberto Clemente’s life and his immense contributions to baseball and equality. He was one of my all-time favorite players – Roberto had everything! #ClementeDay #Retire21 pic.twitter.com/2Hd0ePPUM9 … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh Pirates Celebrate Roberto Clemente Day By Giving Back Off The Field