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On the screens “The power of the dog” and “La Dépêche française”

PLANET CINEMA curated by Elio Rabbione Jane Campion’s anti-Machism western, the blank pages of Wes Anderson’s magazine (Left to right): Elisabeth Moss, Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, Fisher Stevens and Griffin Dunne in THE FRENCH DISPATCH movie. Photo courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2020 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All rights …

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St. Louis, NFL Agree to $ 790 Million Settlement in Rams Lawsuit, Goodell Approves | Professional football

A lawsuit would have sued billions for the region of Saint-Louis, although with the risk of appeal. Then, in the last few weeks, the pressure started to build up on the league to reach a settlement. Kroenke frustrated his fellow team owners by expressing interest in reviewing the terms of …

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Grants will help Warrenton businesses adapt to COVID | New

WARRENTON – Businesses in Warrenton can now get help adjusting their operations to meet the conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Working Landscapes is offering Hometown Revitalization Grants to businesses in Warrenton that have had to make changes or are planning changes due to the COVID pandemic. The grants, which …

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‘Some’ killed in SUV Christmas parade – Oneida Dispatch

By SCOTT BAUER and MIKE HOUSEHOLDER WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) – An SUV rushed through barricades and headed for a parade of Christmas walkers in suburban Milwaukee on Sunday, killing several as it hit more than 20 adults and children in a gruesome scene captured by the city livestream and the …

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Ohio State vs Michigan State football score: live updates

Ohio State football wraps up the 2021 home schedule on Saturday as it hosts Michigan State’s No.7 (9-1 overall, 6-1 Big Ten) at Ohio Stadium today hui for a kick-off at noon. The No.4 Buckeyes (9-1 overall, 7-0 in the Big Ten) are looking to move closer to their third …

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Linda Cook review: “French Dispatch” will appeal to Wes Anderson devotees

Never has a Wes Anderson movie been so, well, Wes Anderson-y. “The French Dispatch” will not disappoint Anderson fans. Journalists and readers of “The New Yorker Magazine” will find Anderson’s latest article – if not the biggest, a treat. It is full of weird and funny characters and exquisite, highly …

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Viewpoint 181: Representation Matters in Indigenous Inclusion

A few years after I began my role as Native American Education Coordinator for Brainerd Public Schools, I had a meeting with a student who stayed with me. It was a brief meeting with one of our college students. I was just checking in, introducing myself, and telling him a …

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New candidate to Ken-Arnold school board not eligible to claim seat due to residency issue

One of four candidates who ran unopposed for the New Kensington-Arnold school board will not be able to take the seat, according to the acting Westmoreland County Electoral Officer. Peter Nkemakolam ran for a school board seat in Region 3 of the district. However, Nkemakolam lives in Region 2, Acting …

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Obituary by Frank Bavetz (1926 – 2021) – Natrona Heights, PA

Frank M. Bavetz, 95, of Natrona Heights, passed away peacefully at his home on Monday, November 8, 2021. He was born on April 6, 1926, in Brackenridge, to the late Anthony and Amelia (Zaremba) Bavetz. Frank was a proud Marine who served his country during World War II. He retired …

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Marshall to Host Trombone Recital by Stroeher | Marshall University

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