Tiger Woods is set to make his first public appearance since his extramarital escapades became worldwide news, with the announcement of a Friday briefing at PGA Tour headquarters to apologize for his infidelity. Golf’s No. Friday at the TPC Sawgrass clubhouse, though his appearance could be very short.
Sara Salovaara And ‘Let Me Die A Nun’ Directed by Sara Salovaara, the six part web series “Let Me Die A Nun” bills itself as “the opposing but intersecting trajectories of a lesbian soon to be nun, her Jewish stalker, and the object of her affection.” We had to have Salovaara on to discuss this contemporary, comedic take on the 70s nunsploitation films (yeah, we didn’t know that was a thing either). Zombie Puppets And Other Furry Monsters Portland filmmaker Jesse Blanchard claims “Frank Zed” is the world’s first puppet movie, which raises the question: How has this never been done before? Is there anything better than puppet brain eating puppet zombies? Or fire breathing puppet monsters and bloody puppet limbs flying this way and that? Festival goers are getting a first look at this work in progress, in which Blanchard and his Puppetcore Films team lovingly build every stitched eyeball, puppet skull and hurtling ax by hand. Could this be the next cult..
Does all of this surprise you? Are you shocked that a neo Nazi group could actually take hold somewhere like California? It shouldn’t. At the time of the Pomona incident, California had the highest rate of active hate groups in the nation, with an astounding 84. Meanwhile, just as in California (and Oregon), the rest of the state of New York is kind of a backwoods nightmare.
Jeremy Stanton is a Stevens County native and former Eastern Washington University student who earned some notoriety in 2001 when he fell 18 feet through an open campus manhole. His injuries were minor, and Stanton brings up the incident with a droll was me. Received a degree in developmental psychology from EWU in 2004.
Because women and infants were never included in war parties, Native Americans assumed the expedition was on a peaceful mission and let it pass without harm. After spending his childhood in St. Louis under the care of expedition leader Captain William Clark, Jean Baptiste lived in Europe until the lure of the American West called him home.
Voters in Regional School Unit 5, which includes Freeport, Durham and Pownal, finally approved the artificial turf field and track project in January 2017. RSU 5 is funding $1.4 million. Another $760,000 was used from leftover funds in Freeport High renovation project.