The drama "I'm No Longer Here" tells the story of a young Mexican gang leader (Juan Daniel Garcia Treviño), whose entanglements with a drug cartel force him to go on the run, to a place where many immigrants have come before him: Queens. There, despite his attempt to assimilate, he begins to wish he were home. According to IndieWire, director Fernando Frías de la Parr - a former documentarian who directed all six episodes of the of the first season of the HBO series "Los Espookys" - "knows his way around the vibrant and the mundane, the eerie and the all-too-real." Unrated. Available on Netflix. In Spanish and English with subtitles. 105 minutes. … [Read more...] about New movies to stream this week: ‘Vast of Night,’ ‘Lucky Grandma’ and more
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While attention is often focused nationally on behemoth enterprises such as Broadway, whose 600- to 2,000-seat theaters are likely to remain shuttered for months, it is the vast national constellation of small, medium and large nonprofits that Kaiser is keying on. The NEA has access to a relatively modest $75 million fund under the Cares Act for emergency grants to nonprofits. But if museums, theaters and symphonies end up in free fall, it is basically up to them to cushion the impact. … [Read more...] about Arts groups in distress call on a former Kennedy Center president for help
If you plan to (someday!) host a large gathering with a Hawaiian theme, this pavilion-size Tiki bar is perfect. Four open walls and a bar in the middle will ensure proper flow of fruity drinks, and the grass expanse lends itself to hula dancing. The five-bedroom custom home boasts nearly 7,000 square feet of living space, which includes an office, 22-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, and a chef's kitchen for preparing pupu platters. … [Read more...] about Raise a Mai Tai: These 9 Homes With Tiki Bars Are Lit!
Earlier this month, Lee requested that all of the state's approximately 700 nursing homes conduct coronavirus testing by May 31. By Friday, 60% of those facilities had done so, while another 20% were awaiting various tools to complete the testing. Those materials — such as tests and protective equipment — were expected to be delivered within a week. … [Read more...] about Lee to require COVID-19 testing at long-term care facilities
FILE - In this April 18, 2020 file photo people gather during the Utah Business Revival rally, calling for Utah's economy to be re-opened, in Salt Lake City. A Utah judge has blocked a concert protesting coronavirus restrictions, siding with county health officials who said the event expected to attract thousands of people could worsen the pandemic. Judge Dianna Gibson decided Friday, May 29, 2020, there was a real risk of spreading the virus among the audience and others they could bring it back to. less … [Read more...] about Coronavirus protest concert blocked by Utah judge