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The Coen Brothers May Be Done Making Movies Together

When The Tragedy of Macbeth premieres at the New York Film Festival next month, it will do so with a directing credit that hasn’t been seen in many years: “Directed by Joel Coen” — no Ethan. Since 2004, every movie made by the Coen brothers had both their names listed together. Prior to that, Joel was the credited director and Ethan was the credited producer, but they shared all the responsibilities. (There are guild rules against multiple directors receiving credit together, which is why Joel was credited solo for many years.)
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New Tony Hawk Documentary in the Works

Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk will be the subject of a new documentary, according to Variety. The film will focus more on his skateboarding career and is currently being produced by the Duplass Brothers with ICM Partners handling sales. Sam Jones has been attached to direct. Hawk is one of pro...
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Kings of Leon Launch 2021 Tour: Videos and Set List

Kings of Leon returned to the road last night, performing an epic 28-song show in West Palm Beach, Fla. The concert included both well-loved favorites as well as songs from the band's most recent album, When You See Yourself. The set list and videos from the show can be viewed below.
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Veteran Yakima Police Officer Dies on Duty

A Yakima Police Officer is dead after suffering a significant medical episode while at work on Tuesday. SERGEANT DECCIO WAS A 15 YEAR VETERAN OF THE DEPARTMENT. 38-year-old Sergeant Joseph Deccio was a 15-year-veteran of the Yakima Police Department. Authorities say Deccio was taken to Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital on Tuesday afternoon but he died after hours of doctors trying to save his life.
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Offspring Drummer Claims He Was Dismissed for Being Unvaccinated

The Offspring have dismissed drummer Pete Parada, allegedly due to his decision to not get vaccinated against COVID-19. In a lengthy post to social media, the drummer -- who has been with the group since 2007 -- explained that his decision was due to his own extenuating circumstances. “Given my...
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Yakima Taco Fest 2021-Everything You Need to Know Before You Go

When I heard that the Yakima Taco Fest was back on for 2021, my heart jumped for joy and my stomach did taco flips!. WHAT PEOPLE WANT TO KNOW ABOUT YAKIMA TACO FEST 2021. Lots of folks have questions about how the event is going to work during the time of COVID, so keep reading to find the answers to frequently asked questions about Yakima Taco Fest 2021!
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Seattle Kraken Game Tickets on Sale Today to General Public

While season tickets sold out in mere minutes nearly two years ago, the Seattle Kraken have released some single-game stubs that are on sale to the general public as of today. Here's how to go about getting some. First off, if you weren't able to get down a deposit for...
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Limp Bizkit + Fans Pay Tribute to Joey Jordison

Limp Bizkit took a short moment during their Iowa gig last night to pay tribute to Joey Jordison. After the crowd began to chant the late Slipknot drummer’s name, Fred Durst said some words about appreciating each day. Limp Bizkit are currently touring with Spiritbox for one of the most...
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Work on Popular Powerhouse Road Until the End of The Month

Yakima city crews continue working in the city performing jobs they can't get done in the winter months. Ongoing work continues on North 1st Street until the end of the year. Crews this week have started work on a section of Powerhouse Road to install a sewer and rebuild the road. The work started on Monday and will continue through the end of the month. The city on Monday closed Powerhouse Road from Pecks Canyon Road to Cowiche Canyon Road. Signs are posted directing drivers to detour around the project area via U.S. Highway 12. If you live in the area it's open to local traffic. A city press release says access to homes and businesses in the project area will be maintained as best as possible and emergency vehicles will be allowed through the project.
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Opinion: My Ballot is a Waste of Postage

In the Yakima Valley, we've had low voter turn out for years. Heck, just a look at the County Website & you can see the numbers for primaries and general elections. It really seems like only roughly half of those who turn out (mail or drop off their ballots) for the primaries continue to do so for the general elections. I also always felt sad, that more people didn't participate. Well, when I got home from work last night, finally got around to looking at my ballot, I know fully understand why some people don't even bother.
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New York City Will Require Proof of Vaccination to Attend Live Concerts

Concertgoers in New York City will soon have to prove they're fully COVID-19 vaccinated to attend live shows. Mayor Bill de Blasio indicated as much this week when he revealed that NYC would become the first city in the United States to require proof of vaccination for a range of in-person activities for both customers and workers, as The New York Times reported on Tuesday (Aug. 3). That includes indoor dining, gyms and performances.