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    The Court of Instruction number 3 of Valladolid cited this Thursday in quality of researched to Julio CV, the waiter who supposedly would have manipulated to an almost century-old client of the bar where he worked to get her to sign a will naming him universal heir to a fortune of 1.5 million euros. At the courthouse gates, Julio told Antena 3 that he had a close relationship with the client. “The one that the niece did not have, that she had abandoned “, has affirmed before the cameras For his part, Juan Gonzalo Ospina. niece’s attorney, notes that the change in the will was made only two weeks before being declared incapable. “Exactly 12 days passed before entering the residence where the next day he suffered a psychotic break,” according to the chain. Case reopened Although the investigating judge had provisionally dismissed the case, has finally upheld the...
    Running time: 124 minutes. Rated R (language.) In select theater and on-demand Jan. 22. And now for your January ugly cry. The premise of “Our Friend,” at first, sounds a bit like the 2006 Owen Wilson clunker “You, Me and Dupree.” An adult male pal spends all his time with a happily married couple. Is he going to host a kegger when they go out to dinner? Will there be a dumb gag with a blowup mattress? No, thank God. Unlike Wilson’s loser pothead, the title companion of this weepy flick is a hero. An ideally cast Jason Segel plays Dane, a wallflower who takes it upon himself to help out his married friends when one of them is diagnosed with cancer. Nicole (Dakota Johnson) is an enfeebled mother of two young girls, and a musical theater actress. Her husband, Matt (Casey Affleck), is a temperamental newspaper...
    review our friend Running time: 124 minutes. Rated R (language.) In select theater and on-demand Jan. 22. And now for your January ugly cry. The premise of “Our Friend,” at first, sounds a bit like the 2006 Owen Wilson clunker “You, Me and Dupree.” An adult male pal spends all his time with a happily married couple. Is he going to host a kegger when they go out to dinner? Will there be a dumb gag with a blowup mattress? No, thank God. Unlike Wilson’s loser pothead, the title companion of this weepy flick is a hero. An ideally cast Jason Segel plays Dane, a wallflower who takes it upon himself to help out his married friends when one of them is diagnosed with cancer. Nicole (Dakota Johnson) is an enfeebled mother of two young girls, and a musical theater actress. Her husband, Matt (Casey Affleck),...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been devastating for the performing arts in New York City, with concert venues and Broadway theaters shut down. But those who run the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater were determined not to cancel the Company's traditional holiday shows.The result is Ailey Forward, a series of nine performances online that are available for free.Ailey Forward is a fitting title for these presentations, which extend from now through to the end of the year. The work was filmed at a variety of locations in the city, including Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center overlooking the Hudson River in the Bronx.That's where a new work called "Testament" was filmed, and it is a tribute to Ailey's resilience."We had to figure out, how do we speak? How do we reach audiences?" Associate Artistic Director Matthew Rushing said. "How do we touch them in the...
    Miley Cyrus released her seventh studio album, "Plastic Hearts," on Friday. We listened straight through the 12-song tracklist and wrote down our first impressions of each one.  Overall, we thought Cyrus' raspy voice and knifelike lyrics are perfectly suited for rock music. The best tracks on the album are "Gimme What I Want," "High," and "Bad Karma." "Never Be Me" is underwhelming and "Night Crawling" is a skip. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Miley Cyrus released her seventh studio album, "Plastic Hearts," on Friday. After teasing a trilogy of EPs and releasing the first in early 2019, "She Is Coming," the singer-songwriter experienced personal upheaval and went through a divorce, causing her to recalibrate. "The last three years, I called the cocktail of chaos, because [the universe] just felt like the worst bartender ever," she recently told Zane Lowe. "Those two EPs weren't relevant anymore. Even though...
    ON THIS DAY IN 1915, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “A desecration of the American flag by workmen engaged in repainting the walls of the main corridor of Borough Hall was discovered and indignantly stopped by officials of the borough government yesterday afternoon. In order to protect oil paintings of former mayors of Brooklyn hanging on the walls, the painters covered them with large American flags. The drops of paint fell, not upon the pictures, but upon the Stars and Stripes. Thomas King, watchman in the building and a veteran of the Civil War, was the first to notice the insult. He rushed into the Borough President’s office and also notified the Board of Aldermen in their room nearby.” *** ON THIS DAY IN 1938, the Eagle reported, “BERLIN, NOV. 19 (AP) — Nazi Germany broadened its campaign to eradicate all possible traces of Jewry from national life today amid...
    The Census Bureau managed to reach 99.98% of all homes in the country despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the decision to end the count early, officials announced on Monday. “The 2020 census faced challenges like no other decennial census in living memory,” said Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross Jr., in a statement. “Achieving these metrics in the face of severe weather events and a global pandemic is a testament to the determination and ingenuity of the hundreds of thousands of dedicated women and men who worked on the 2020 census.” The count, which was set to end in September, was extended through October until the Supreme Court ruled in the Trump Administration’s favor and allowed it to end early. Census officials noted that every state except for Louisiana had 99.9% of its homes counted. “America stepped up and answered the call: shape your future by responding to the 2020...
    The Miami Heat advanced to the NBA Finals after an absence of six years. It was a determined effort from the organization to make this fantastic run possible. But a hurdle named LeBron James stands in their way for an NBA championship. James, who once played for the Heat during the early 2010s, could stop his former team from winning it all. However, head coach Erik Spoelstra has done a great job in turning the franchise around after the Heatles broke up. It all wouldn’t have been possible without the leadership of coach Spo and the confidence he incorporated into his team. Prior to Game 1 of the NBA finals, coach Spo shared his views on former Heat superstar LeBron James. “It’s a true testament to his greatness to sustain this level of success … His ability to do what he does at his age is incredibly uncommon. There is...
    Gold star father Khizr Khan responded to reports that President TrumpDonald John TrumpNetanyahu privately condoned US arms sale plan with UAE: report Trump denies report he called U.S. service members buried in France 'losers', 'suckers' Jim Carrey pens op-ed comparing Trump to Michael Corleone in 'The Godfather' MORE disparaged fallen U.S. service members on Friday, saying the alleged comments show the president's life is a "testament to selfishness."  "That is not who we are," Khan said during a call hosted by Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump skewers Biden, suggests again supporters vote twice in Pennsylvania Sarah Jessica Parker helps launch 'Moms for Biden' in Ohio Trump called American war dead in French cemetery 'losers:' report MORE's campaign. "When Donald Trump calls anyone who places their lives in service of others 'a loser,' we understand Trump's soul. By his accounting, self-sacrifice does not make sense, love does not make sense....
    THE Boys' Karl Urban has branded season two 'a testament to the sick mind' of the show boss Eric Kripke with action taken 'to the f***ing max'. The 48-year-old actor plays Billy Butcher in the Amazon Prime Video series, which returns for its second season next month. 4The Boys' Karl Urban has branded season two 'a testament to the sick mind' of the show boss Eric Kripke- with action taken 'to the f***ing max'Credit: Splash News Discussing what fans can expect, Karl revealed the cast and crew stepped up to the high expectations set by season one and promised plenty of action. He told Digital Spy: "[It] was a huge challenge in the sense that season one came out and was a massive smash hit. "Collectively, we were all like, 'Okay, we need to top that and deliver something even better for season two'. "Eric Kripke put us...
    (CNN)On Thursday, President Donald Trump shared a dangerous fiction regarding mail-in voting when he tweeted, "With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRADULENT Election in history. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???" George SternBut mail-in voting has been proven to be a secure election model, and it is one of the best ways voters can safeguard their health during a raging pandemic. By maligning it, the president risks fueling voter suppression -- one of the few things more damaging to the integrity of our democracy than the exceedingly rare threat of voter fraud. These reckless myths cannot go unchallenged.Here in Colorado, where I'm an elections administrator in the state's fourth-largest county, Jefferson County, a 2013 law requires the state to mail ballots to all registered voters before most elections. Voters can still cast their...
    Authorities asking for help in finding killer of Delaware teacher on 1-year anniversary of her murder Dominique Crenn on the Fate of Restaurants: Were Looked At as Disposible Zachary Quinto on NOS4A2 and the Testament of Comic-Con (Exclusive) © Zachary Quinto Comic-Con 2019. Getty Images As the star of the AMC supernatural series NOS4A2, Zachary Quinto relishes in playing Charlie Manx, who feeds off the souls of children. Season 1 saw the introduction of the evil and immortal character, who was eventually put into a coma by Vic McQueen (Ashleigh Cummings).  Now halfway through its second season, which picks up eight years after the events of the first, the series sees Manx continuing his reign of terror over Vic as he sets his sights on her 8-year-old son, Wayne. For Quinto, returning for season 2 was a welcome opportunity to further explore Manx’s past and expand the character’s story.  “That was something...
    Buffy the vampire slayer, who could probably use a kit like this. Getty Images A so-called "vampire-slaying kit" is being auctioned off in the UK next week.  The box features a pocket-sized pistol, a knife with a mother-of-pearl handle, pliers, a rosary, a bottle of shark teeth, and a copy of the New Testament dating back to 1842. The owner selling the box told the Press Association that he doesn't know the historical details behind the box. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A so-called "vampire-slaying kit" is going up for auction in the UK. The velvet box, being auctioned off by the Derbyshire-based Hansons Auctioneers, features a pocket-sized pistol, a knife with a mother-of-pearl handle, pliers, a rosary, a bottle of shark teeth, and a copy of the New Testament dating back to 1842. The owner selling the box told the Press Association that he doesn't know...
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Richard Averitt and his wife have spent six years and more than six figures fighting to keep the Atlantic Coast Pipeline off their picturesque central Virginia property. In all that time, Averitt said he couldn’t recall meeting a single person who thought they would succeed. The massive interstate natural gas pipeline designed to start in West Virginia and run at least through Virginia and North Carolina was being developed by some of the country’s biggest and most politically powerful energy companies with support of lawmakers and governors from both parties, labor unions and the Trump administration. But on Sunday, Duke Energy and Dominion Energy announced they had pulled the plug on the $8 billion project, citing uncertainties about costs, permitting and litigation. When Averitt found out, he rushed to his parents’ nearby home to share the news. He and his family popped a bottle of...
    By SARAH RANKIN, Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Richard Averitt and his wife have spent six years and more than six figures fighting to keep the Atlantic Coast Pipeline off their picturesque central Virginia property. In all that time, Averitt said he couldn't recall meeting a single person who thought they would succeed. The massive interstate natural gas pipeline designed to start in West Virginia and run at least through Virginia and North Carolina was being developed by some of the country's biggest and most politically powerful energy companies with support of lawmakers and governors from both parties, labor unions and the Trump administration. But on Sunday, Duke Energy and Dominion Energy announced they had pulled the plug on the $8 billion project, citing uncertainties about costs, permitting and litigation. When Averitt found out, he rushed to his parents' nearby home to share the news. He and his family...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- While it can be a difficult topic to think about, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of making a will for your loved ones.During these uncertain times you may be considering getting your finances in order, or even thinking about your end of life planning. It's a difficult situation to think about, but it is easier to do than ever, and now easily available without worrying about social distancing."All of us should try to do as much front loading of that effort as possible, and minimize the amount of anxiety and stress we might cause for our family by not taking care of our affairs in advance," said Jack Newton, CEO and co-founder of Clio, a legal technology company.Illinois recently allowed lawyers to meet virtually with clients to create wills, trusts and health directives. After showing your identification remotely, the documents can be notarized. Most states...
    The Georgia Department of Education is asking for feedback and comments regarding the proposed Georgia Standards of Excellence for two new high school social studies elective courses, History and Literature of the Old Testament and History and Literature of the New Testament. This survey feedback will be utilized to inform the adoption of the proposed standards for these two courses. The survey will be posted for thirty days beginning June 22, 2020, through 5:00 PM EDT July 22, 2020. If you have questions regarding the survey or standards, please contact Joy Hatcher Social Studies Program Manager, Georgia Department of Education at jhatcher@doe.k12.ga.us. Old-and-New-Testament-Social-Studies-GSE-Draft
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