PHOTOS: Angelenos flock to the Greek Theater to celebrate the legacy of P-22
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Thousands of people flocked to the Greek Theater on Saturday to celebrate the legacy of P-22, the mountain lion who lived in Griffith Park for more than a decade.
In an event that lasted more than three hours and was streamed online to thousands of viewers, more than four dozen speakers — including scientists, advocates, politicians and celebrities — honored the puma’s far-reaching impact on environmental advocacy and wildlife research.
George Springer had five hits and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. drove in three runs as the Toronto Blue Jays beat St. Louis 10-9 on Thursday despite the Cardinals' Tyler O'Neill tying a major league record by homering on opening day for the fourth straight season. Making his Cardinals debut, catcher Willson Contreras left after the eighth inning because of an injured knee.
Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - March 30, 2023) - UGE International Ltd. (TSXV: UGE) (OTCQB: UGEIF) (the "Company" or "UGE"), a leader in the commercial and community solar sector, is pleased to announce that it has completed a first tranche closing of the brokered private placement of green bonds of the Company ("Green Bonds"), previously announced in its March 8, 2023 press release, for aggregate gross proceeds of C$1,423,545 (the "Offering"). The Offering comprised of ...
With the passing of the provincial budget last week the Prince Albert Catholic School Division board of education had an agenda that was very heavy on budget related matters. Director of education Lorel Trumier said that the division's budget was what dominated the meeting on Monday evening. “We kind of joked with (CFO) Greg (McEwen) that it almost became his meeting,” Trumier said. “All of the items that were identified are related to the rhythm of our work, which is the budget, comes down and
The words were penned more than 70 years ago, but were as evocative as ever for Terri O’Connor. A member of the Richmond Hill branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, O’Connor knew the words by heart as she approached the podium at the Aurora branch over the weekend; they were penned by her father on May 29, 1951, just prior to a battle. “There’s blood on the hills of Korea,” he wrote. “It’s the blood of the brave and true/We’re the 25th Brigade and we’re bound together/under the banner of the Red,
The Northwest Territories government has introduced a bill to guide the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in the territory. The government says it's a step toward advancing reconciliation in the territory.
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump has been indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, prosecutors and defense lawyers said Thursday, making him the first former U.S. president to face a criminal charge and jolting his bid to retake the White House next year. The charges remained under seal late Thursday, but the investigation centered on payments made during the 2016 presidential campaign to silence claims of an extramarital sexual encounter. Prosecutors said they were working to coordinate Trump's surrende
Victims of the house explosion Monday in Calgary's Marlborough neighbourhood are facing a long road to recovery, and members of the South Sudanese community say they will need to lean on Calgarians for support. At a press conference Thursday near the wreckage of the levelled home, community members and advocates told reporters more about the 10 victims, all of whom are adult members of the South Sudanese community in southern Alberta. "If you see the explosion, you wouldn't believe anybody would
Ian Vogler/ReutersSamantha Markle has lost her defamation case against her half-sister, the Duchess of Sussex, after a judge in Florida granted a motion to dismiss.Samantha lodged her case in March 2022, when she sued Meghan Markle for “defamation and injurious falsehoods” along with “malicious lies” in a number of alleged instances, including during the Duchess’ well-publicized sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey alongside husband Harry.Samantha also claims Meghan’s Florida fanbase “became an
The Yonge and Wellington area was home to Aurora’s seat of government from the Town’s earliest days until the present Town Hall was opened on what is now John West Way in 1991. But, would a move back to the historic downtown core benefit the community? That’s a question being posed by Mayor Tom Mrakas. In a Notice of Motion which will be introduced at Council next month, Mayor Mrakas says this is an idea worth exploring. The motion, if approved at the April 25 Council meeting, will task staff wi
The city of Phoenix filed a lawsuit Tuesday, asking Maricopa County Superior Court to keep the city of Tempe from allowing the construction of 2,000 apartment units by the owners of the Arizona Coyotes. For more than a year, officials from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which is owned by the city of Phoenix, have gone back and forth with the city of Tempe and the Arizona Coyotes about a proposed development on 46 acres on the northeast corner of Priest Drive and Rio Salado Parkway, just south of the Salt River.