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'Dexter': Luna Lauren Velez Has an Idea for Season 9 Return

Former Dexter star Luna Lauren Velez is thinking about making a comeback in the upcoming reboot and she has an idea for her potential return story. Velez played detective María LaGuerta in the drama, and in its final season, she came pretty close to putting the serial killer behind bars, but the series didn't exactly give fans what they were looking for in its big finale. The show will return as a 10-episode limited series, and fans are hoping for a new ending that satisfies.
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This Dad's Reaction to His Daughter Drinking "Mimosas" in the Bathtub Made My Week

My daughter had a bad day. (in today’s episode of my life as a parent) #dadsoftiktok #moms #dads #kids. Sinking into a hot bubble bath with a cocktail at the end of a long day can relieve a lot of stress, and one dad on TikTok had a good laugh when he discovered the elaborate set up his 11-year-old daughter had laid out for herself to unwind after school. "I think maybe my little girl had a bad day at school today, or maybe she's just got a lot on her mind — I mean, stressful day for an 11-year-old, I guess," said Brandon Rainwater, aka @brandon_rainwater on TikTok, as he carried his phone around the bathroom to show the relaxing scene. "I heard the water running, so I came up here to turn the water off. This is what I see — let me show y'all."
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Remembering Sharon Tate

Sharon Tate in 1967's 'Eye of the Devil'YouTube screenshot. Sharon Tate was not just a pretty-faced victim of a psychopathic cult. At over 50 years since her murder by the Manson family, and the release of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood which has Margot Robbie playing the slain actress, Wess Haubrich looks back on her real contributions to American cinema.
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Hong Kong police raid pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily, arrest five

Hong Kong police raided the offices of pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily on Thursday morning and arrested five executives under the city's national security law, including its chief editor Ryan Law. The arrests are the latest police operation targeting the popular tabloid that has unapologetically supported the financial hub's pro-democracy movement. Police said five executives were arrested "for collusion with a foreign country or with external elements to endanger national security". A police source confirmed to AFP that all five were executives from Next Digital, Apple Daily's parent company.
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VIDEO: Patriots Minicamp News & Rumors Around New England’s QB Battle Between Mac Jones & Cam Newton

New England Patriots news and rumors are centered around who will start at quarterback Week 1. The Patriots quarterback battle is heating up as footage has surfaced from Patriots minicamp of Mac Jones and Cam Newton throwing and it looks as if Jones is outplaying Newton in minicamp so far. Jones was selected in the first round of this year's NFL draft so he projects to be the starter in the future, but Bill Belichick has been outspoken in support of Newton this offseason. Who should be the starter for week 1? Chat Sports host Mitchell Renz breaks down all the latest going on with your Patriots.
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Golden State Warriors Offseason Rumors: Exploring An Andrew Wiggins For Kristaps Porzingis Trade

Hit the NewsBreak follow button if you're an authentic Warriors fan! Warriors news and rumors headed your way as we explore what an Andrew Wiggins for Kristaps Porzingis trade would look like. Wiggins and Porzingis have very similar contracts which makes a player-for-player swap doable for both the Warriors and the Mavericks. Would you make this trade if you were Bob Myers? On today’s show, host Chase Senior breaks down an Andrew Wiggins for Kristaps Porzingis trade and brings you the latest Warriors news and rumors.
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‘Seeking Sister Wife’: The Winder Family Takes In Creepy New House Guest

The Winders may not know if they will be back for another run on Seeking Sister Wife. Yet they do know one thing: they have a new creepy crawly house guest. At least for the next few days. A scorpion was caught inside their home. Instead of letting it go, the family decided to keep it and let their daughter, Sadie observe it. She has already named it. However, the Winder family has made it clear this house guest is not overstaying its welcome.
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Temple says ‘go outside’

Working from home during the pandemic has led to new activities and hobbies for many. Temple Grandin, PhD, animal welfare expert, autism advocate and long-time MEAT+POULTRY contributing editor, used her time at home during 2020 to finish writing her latest book, “The Outdoor Scientist: The Wonder of Observing the Natural World.” The book, written for children, encourages young people to head outside where they might discover a love of science.
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Downriver Dispatches

Busy Days: It's early on Monday. What a busy weekend! I so enjoyed the Finnish Midsummer Tea at the Appelo Archives Center (AAC) and talking with women face to face again. It was fun for me to sit with ladies from the beach who are active with the Columbia Pacific Museum in Ilwaco. And I was happy to talk with Eagle readers, too. Friday, I interviewed the new CEO at the phone company. Last Thursday I had my first medical appointment with the new nurse practitioner at the Naselle Clinic. So much to report on, but first may we stop and breathe and take a moment to honor Maria Wirkkala. I have heard about a wonderful talk her son, Tim, did at the service. We have lost yet another matriarch who will be missed so much. I know it is hard to even imagine our community without her. My prayers are with the family.