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Fed up by LA pothole, Arnold Schwarzenegger fills it himself

Fed up by LA pothole, Arnold Schwarzenegger fills it himself

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fed up by an enormous pothole in his Los Angeles neighborhood, Arnold Schwarzenegger picked up a shovel and filled it himself.
Hearing pushed back for Alaska illustrator on threat charge

Hearing pushed back for Alaska illustrator on threat charge

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A court hearing was pushed back until next week for an Alaska children's book illustrator charged with terroristic threatening after authorities said he posted around the capital city transphobic notes that referenced shooting c
Man agrees to plead guilty in Basquiat artwork fraud scheme

Man agrees to plead guilty in Basquiat artwork fraud scheme

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A former Los Angeles auctioneer has agreed to plead guilty in a cross-country art fraud scheme where he created fake artwork and falsely attributed the paintings to artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
Italy planning 5-figure fines for monument and art vandalism

Italy planning 5-figure fines for monument and art vandalism

ROME (AP) — Italy will push for a law imposing stiff, five-figure fines on vandals who damage monuments or other cultural sites, to help pay for the repairs and clean-up.
A great read turned into a dream role for Jennifer Garner

A great read turned into a dream role for Jennifer Garner

If you devoured Laura Dave's novel “ The Last Thing He Told Me ," you're not alone. The book spent 65 weeks as a New York Times Best Seller and one of those readers who couldn't put it down was Jennifer Garner. “I read it with my middle child.
ACTRA and Cossette find common ground after a public call-out of the ad agency

ACTRA and Cossette find common ground after a public call-out of the ad agency

TORONTO — Theunion representing Canada's commercial actors has signed an agreement with Cossette Media that allows performersto work with the ad agency for the remainder of the year.

Actor Frank Vallelonga Jr. died from accidental overdose

NEW YORK (AP) — Frank Vallelonga Jr., an actor who appeared in the Oscar-winning movie “Green Book,” died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl and cocaine, according to the New York City medical examiner's office.

The top 10 audiobooks on Audible.com

Nonfiction 1. Outlive by Peter Attia, MD and Bill Gifford - contributor, narrated by Peter Attia, MD (Random House Audio) 2. Atomic Habits by James Clear, narrated by the author (Penguin Audio) 3.
John Lorinc, Stephen Poloz among nominees for Donner public policy book prize

John Lorinc, Stephen Poloz among nominees for Donner public policy book prize

TORONTO — Journalist John Lorinc and former Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz are among the nominees for this year's Donner Prize, which goes to the best public policy book.
Why are there so many good TV shows to watch right now?

Why are there so many good TV shows to watch right now?

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