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Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio review: Gorgeous, no strings attached

“An ambitious, beautiful adaptation of Carlo Collodi's tale with as much to offer adults as it has for younger audiences.”. Carlo Collodi’s 1883 novel The Adventures of Pinocchio has been adapted and reimagined in one form or another countless times, to the point where the adventures of its titular, wooden marionette brought to life have become a generation-spanning touchstone in popular culture. It’s been done so often, in fact, that it’s fair to wonder whether there’s any way to make the 140-year-old tale feel fresh and fascinating.
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Alexandra Pelosi Says Dad's Wounds Are 'Healing' After Hammer Attack — But Emotional Scars Remain

Paul Pelosi is now recovering after undergoing surgery to repair a skull fracture and "getting better every day," Alexandra told CBS Sunday Morning's John Dickerson in a new interview While Paul Pelosi's physical scars are healing weeks after he was attacked with a hammer in his San Francisco home, the emotional scars may take some more time. That's according to Alexandra Pelosi, the documentary filmmaker daughter of Paul and Nancy Pelosi, who opened up about her father's recovery in a forthcoming interview with John Dickerson soon to air on CBS...
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True Lies TV Series Premiere Date Pushed Back

These days, James Cameron is known best for directing Avatar and its upcoming sequel, Avatar: Way of the Water, but the beloved director has helmed many iconic films throughout his career. One such movie was 1994's True Lies, the action/comedy that starred Arnold Schwarzenegger as a secret agent and Jamie Lee Curtis as his wife, who was unaware of his true identity, which led to some hilarious and action-packed hijinks involving Bill Paxton, Tom Arnold, and more. For years, there have been talks of turning the story into a series, and it's finally happening next year. Paramount previously set a February premiere date for CBS' series adaptation, but The Futon Critic is reporting that the show has been slightly pushed back.

Kid’s Christmas Movies Free in Anniston

Anniston, AL – On friday, December 16th at 4:00 pm kids can enjoy free Christmas Movies at the Public Library of Anniston-Calhoun County. Wear your coziest Christmas pajamas, and join them for a showing of two classic holiday films while participants enjoy cookies, popcorn and hot cocoa!To see what movies will be playing, please visit

How much money are YouTubers making?

The amount of money that people can make on YouTube varies greatly, depending on a number of factors. Some YouTubers make a full-time living from their channels, while others make just a small amount of extra money on the side. In general, however, the amount of money that YouTubers make is determined by the number of views their videos receive, the type of ads that are shown, and the amount of engagement their videos receive.

DWI in NJ For Not Driving

DWI in NJ for not driving.Photo by(@seanfboggs/iStock) Don’t drive drunk, but in this situation, it seems like the case had a strange outcome. Who knew that waiting in your car for a ride home would be considered driving under the influence?

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We are looking for a suspect vehicle in connection to a shooting last night in the 1100 block of Washington Blvd Four people suffered non-life threatening injuries If you recognize the suspect's vehicle, call 313-596-1340 or 1-800-Speak-Up. (from @detroitpolice)

One in five Aurorans was born in a foreign country

The Aurora City Council during its Planning and Economic Development Policy Committee meeting heard statistics Wednesday that describe “Who is Aurora?”. The “Who is Aurora?” presentation by Planning Department employees Andrea Barnes and Daniel Krzyzanowski highlighted noteworthy demographics of the city. Known for its diversity, data shows 20.6 percent of residents are foreign born. Immigrants have come from Mexico, Ethiopia, Vietnam, El Salvador and more.

Holiday shopping at Westfarms: festive fashion, décor & more!

FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — The holidays are only a few weeks away! Whether you’re on the hunt for gifts, a festive outfit or home décor–Westfarms can help you find what you’re looking for. “Westfarms is 1.3 million square feet of shopping for the holidays and...

Judge OKs emergency loan to fix erosion at Hadid mansion

A partially built megamansion owned by Mohamed Hadid, which reportedly holds the distinction of being the largest home ever permitted in Los Angeles County, was in danger of being dismantled before a judge approved emergency funding to save the site. California Bankruptcy Court Judge Sheri Bluebond approved a $6.5 million...

Still chippy at 75

LOVELL — Golf is frequently referred to as “a lifelong sport” because people can continue to play it beyond their retirement years. Four friends — whose combined ages equal 300 years — played a friendly game of golf at the Lake Kezar Country Club (LKCC) this fall and recalled the summers that they made money as caddies at the course.

Following Public Hearing, Trigg Board Unanimously Passes Nickel Tax

Following a lengthy public hearing Friday afternoon, members of the Trigg County Board of Education unanimously passed on second reading a nickel tax for increased bonding potential and imminent capital projects. Board members asserted that taking the nickel now, as opposed to “kicking the can” down the road 5-to-10 years,...
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Daniels ’24 elected USG president, gender-neutral bathroom referendum passes

Stephen Daniels ’24 was elected President by a nearly 40 point margin in this year’s Undergraduate Student Government (USG) winter elections. The Senate-initiated referendum on gender-neutral bathrooms in dorms passed with 58 percent of the votes, with 27 percent voting no and 15 percent voting to abstain. The...

Pocatello East Bench Wildfire fuels mitigation project

POCATELLO, Idaho (KIFI) - The City of Pocatello plans to conduct wildfire fuels mitigation on approximately 70 acres of City-owned gullies located east of Satterfield Drive. The gullies are located off Summit, Granite, Ridgewood, Shadowpines and Satterfield Drive. This project is funded with a US Forest Service Western States Fire Managers Grant.

More arrests made by deputies in child porn investigation

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WMBB) — Bay County Sheriff investigators are charging five more people with possession or distribution of child pornography, promoting the sexual performance of a child or a combination of those charges. The others that have also been arrested are 19-year old Ethan Kirkland of Southport, 64-year...