"She is safe in our care," Bucks County SPCA Director of Communications Cindy Kelly said Thursday morning. Kelly confirmed the shelter has not yet been contacted by the dog's owner. The dog did not have tags and is not microchipped. … [Read more...] about Owner Of Dog Found At Doylestown Car Dealer Comes Forward: SPCA
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The boys don’t fit into the suburbs. Their classmates seem unable to find South America on the map, making it doubly insulting when bullies heckle them with, “Yo quiero Taco Bell.” (Playing Carly, Mateo Arias is so hirsute, he’s hard to accept as a senior.) Adding to the disorientation, the lovely Diane Guerrero plays his mother, but looks young enough to be his sister. At least the wobbles in the casting add to Arango’s driving theme of displacement for two young men already in the liminal space of last-stage adolescence. Carly and Mateo feel old enough to do anything except decide where to live. While their father Ernesto (Wilmer Valderrama) insists Georgia is the right move for their future, Arango is unconvinced, and angles “Blast Beat” as a side-eye to the assumption that every immigrant should be grateful to live in the States. … [Read more...] about ‘Blast Beat’: Film Review
Following a performance from Ariana Grande, the superstar siblings took the stage, delivering an emotional rendition of “When the Party’s Over,” a single featured on Eilish’s last album. Eilish captivated the room as she performed the ballad while perched on a stool. O’Connell, who played the piano alongside her, applauded his little sister as she closed the song. … [Read more...] about Billie Eilish Makes History as She Sweeps Top Awards at 2020 Grammys
DES MOINES, Iowa — Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have spent the past year courting the Democratic Party’s base with appeals to the working class and sweeping promises to curb climate change. But as they balance their responsibilities to participate in the Senate’s impeachment trial and rally voters on the campaign trail, they’re turning to private air travel, an option typically reserved for the elite and criticized as environmentally unfriendly. … [Read more...] about Campaign crunch time for Democrats forces progressives to eye private jets
It’s slightly different for Peterson. He was grounded, but still defiant, as he spoke to Washington reporters for the first time. He talked about coming here to win the starting job. He didn’t mention specific expectations, but he refused to put limitations on what he can accomplish. He’s competing — for his place on this team and in a league he once dominated — and he won’t change his thinking until he’s forced to change. That’s the proper approach, as long as he’s prepared to scale down his expectations. At this moment, no one can forecast if he is capable of such a thing. … [Read more...] about Brewer: Adrian Peterson still looks like a star, but can he handle a supporting role?