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He writes that while he wasn’t aware of the rape accusations, Rosenberg was well aware of the Hollywood tycoon’s “certain pattern of overly aggressive behavior that was rather dreadful.”

But why did he stay silent?

Rosenberg goes on to accuse producers, actors, actresses, politicians, agents and many more that everyone in Hollywood was aware of Weinstein’s advances in some form or another.

“I saw you,” he writes. “All of you. God help me, I was there with you.”

Read the entire Facebook post below: So, uh, yeah.

We need to talk about Harvey.

I was there,
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for a big part of it.

From, what, 1994 to the early 2000s?

Something like that.

Certainly The Golden Age.

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and Canadian ticket sales, kicking off a new franchise for “Hunger Games” producer Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.

Walt Disney Co family comedy “Muppets Most Wanted” finished in second place, nabbing $16.5 million from Friday through Sunday, according to estimates provided by Rentrak. Animated “Mr. Peabody Sherman,” produced by Dreamworks Animation Inc, took the No. 3 slot with $11.7 million. and Canadian) ticket sales.

Shailene Woodley stars in “Divergent” as Tris Prior, a teenager who doesn’t fit in to a faction because she has multiple dominant personality traits, making her a threat to the government. She chooses to join the Dauntless faction of warriors who defend the society’s inhabitants. British actor Theo James plays Four, Tris’ mentor and love interest.

The debut of “Divergent” fell short of the box office heights of two other young adult franchises. “Hunger Games” started with a massive $152.5 million in March 2012 while “Twilight” opened with $69.6 million in November 2008.

Lions Gate said Friday it was confident “Divergent” would become an important franchise for the company and it was moving ahead with the second film in the series, called “Insurgent,” which will reach theaters in March 2015.

Noting that the “Divergent” opening was shy of blockbusters “Hunger Games” and “Twilight,” Jeff Bock, senior box office analyst at Exhibitor Relations Co., said “$56 million is a great opening for any film, and virtually locked down the proposed trilogy.”

“This is something to build on for the series, and with the cast expected to be in high demand, the ‘Divergent’ legacy will continue to grow,” Bock added.

Richie Fay, the studio’s president of domestic distribution,
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said, “We’re very pleased with the outcome for the franchise launch.”

The movie’s A+ CinemaScore grade from the under 18 audience bodes well for the coming weeks as spring break and Easter school holidays approach, Fay said, noting, “The young adult audience has been underserved in the last couple of weeks.”

The company spent $85 million to produce “Divergent,” plus $40 million to $45 million on marketing, according to a person with knowledge of the film’s budget. The studio has recouped about $70 million of the cost through international licensing deals, the person said.

“Muppets Most Wanted,” a sequel to a 2011 “Muppets” movie, stars Ricky Gervais, Tina Fey and Ty Burrell alongside Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog and other classic Muppet characters. In the new film, Kermit is imprisoned in a Russian gulag in a case of mistaken identity, while an evil impostor travels with his muppet friends on a European tour.

“Mr. Peabody and Sherman” brought its global sales through three weekends to $172 million. The movie was distributed by 20th Century Fox.

Rounding out the domestic charts, Greek warrior sequel “300: Rise of an Empire” landed in fourth place with $8.7 million, while the independent faith based new release “God’s Not Dead” pulled in $8.6 million to claim the No. 5 spot.

Warner Brothers, a unit of Time Warner, released “300: Rise of an Empire.”

Top 10 movies at North American box offices for the three days starting March 21, led by “Divergent,
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” according to studio estimates compiled by Reuters.

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“Where did you get all this information?” asks one of Merrimen’s henchmen after Merrimen (Pablo Schreiber) magically produces the schematics for one of the tightest security banks in the country.

Merrimen stares intensely for a moment. Peculiar quips and tangential subplots are constantly taking the audience in and out of the focus of the overarching narrative. But, with a delightfully satisfying plot twist ending and a few good action sequences to lean on, “Den of Thieves” emerges from its own disorienting design as a modest success.

The film isn’t different enough from “Ocean’s Eleven” to justify an extensive summary a group of exceptionally talented criminals gather together to rob the unrobbable. The difference is this time, Gerard Butler (our second favorite celebrity who looks like Russell Crowe, the first being Russell Crowe) is chasing them, and the proclaimed “original gangster cop” pulls no punches.

There are certainly creative flairs in the film that bring unfamiliar flavors to the tried and true action movie formula. Gudegast presents his story in a series of vignettes, with each primary character being introduced in a scene specifically constructed to define them for the audience. Once we’ve met our criminals and our cops, these vignettes continue, only in a less defined sense, with scenes that are edited together in such a way that they end abruptly or blend into each other. It offers an ideal balance for a subtle yet engaging method of visual storytelling.

But there are other elements of the storytelling that are too ambitious. Gudegast attempts to craft meaningful parallels between the “regulators” and the “outlaws” by taking us into their personal family lives. The problem is, we don’t care not even a little bit about Nick Flanagan’s (Butler) marital problems or whether Levi Enson’s (50 Cent) daughter has a nice date to the dance.

We don’t care because Nick and Levi, as well as many of the other main characters, are total assholes. They’re unapologetic, brutal and angry only O’Shea Jackson Jr.’s Donnie is easy to love. It’s Jackson’s charisma that carries much of the film as it is; after appearing in “Straight Outta Compton” and “Ingrid Goes West,” the actor musician has proven that he is certainly one to watch.

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With unlikeable characters on both sides, it becomes challenging for the audience to know who to root for, so viewers are inclined to spend most of their time just waiting for the next big showdown. And these moments are worth the wait with each shootout, robbery or car chase, Gudegast cuts the theatrics and delivers a pure, intense adrenaline rush. It’s refreshing to see action sequences this raw and unrestrained, completely lacking any absurd stunts or flashy bravery.

And then, we get to the ending. It would be an overstatement to say it was an unpredictable conclusion our instincts tell us that this was inevitable way before the reveals are made. What’s exciting is that, in the blurriness of the fast paced editing, off putting dialogue and suspension of disbelief, the story was laden with clues pointing toward the twist all along. In other words, the film disguises itself as a bad action movie, but proves to be much more.

If nothing else, Gerard Butler has at least recovered any dignity he may have lost on the sets of “Geostorm” and “Gods of Egypt.” “Den of Thieves” may not make the action movie hall of fame, but it offers enough uniqueness in a genre so often plagued with familiarity that it should earn some respect.
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adidas f30 trx fg ‘Dark underbelly’ of NCAA hoops drags UofL under new cloud of sc

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) The University of Louisville acknowledged Tuesday it is part of the bombshell federal investigation into bribery at several major college basketball programs.Today, the University of Louisville received notice that it is included in a federal investigation involving criminal activity related to men basketball recruiting.While we are just learning about this information, this is a serious concern that goes to the heart of our athletic department and the university. UofL is committed to ethical behavior and adherence to NCAA rules; any violations will not be tolerated.We will cooperate fully with any law enforcement or NCAA investigation into the matter.>> READ: FBI Complaint 1 Complaint 2 Complaint 3Louisville is one of seven schools implicated in the scathing cash for talent report released Tuesday.Charges were filed against several assistant and associate coaches at high profile NCAA basketball programs, major sports apparel providers and some of their business associates.FBI agents made several arrests Monday evening. Federal prosecutors announced the charges on Tuesday, following a fraud and corruption probe that stretches back to 2015.”Coaches from some of the nation’s top programs accepting bribes . circling top prospects like coyotes,” he said. Attorney’s Office. The school itself wasn’t even named, but there is enough information in the complaints for WAVE 3 News to identify UofL.+ NCAA expert Dr. Tuesday that he was “not aware of anything at this point. We’re hearing this for the first time in the last hour.”Adidas global marketing director Jim Gatto and the other defendants reportedly funneled $100,000 to the family of a high school basketball player to convince the player to sign with a “public research university” in Kentucky, the complaints said. UofL’s basketball apparel is provided by Adidas. The entities have been partners for years, and just last month, they agreed on a 10 year, $160 million apparel deal that was one of the most lucrative in the history of college athletics.Player 10Information in the complaints implicate a “Player 10,” whom appears to be , currently a freshman on the UofL roster, whose family received a cash gift. In July, several of the defendants met in a Las Vegas hotel room, where the FBI used a cooperating witness to record the conversation.In that meeting, the defendants discussed how they had secured (Bowen’s) commitment. One of the agents said “a rival athletic apparel company was coming with a higher number.” One of the agents said he asked a coach at Louisville, identified in the complaints as “Coach 2,” to secure more money from Adidas for (Bowen).
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adidas coats ‘Culture II’ falls flat ‘Culture II’ falls flat

The rise of Migos has been packed with dynamism. It was composed of ostentatious Audemars Piguet watches juxtaposed with the modest recording studios of Quality Control in Atlanta. It was characterized by the discipline of creating a monstrous 24 track album set against the ever emerging stories of arrests surrounding the three members and their friends. This brand of unpredictability and lavishness, paired with their infectious, catchy lyrics, that carried the hip hop artists Offset, Quavo and Takeoff into the tops of Billboard charts. Culture, the precursor to Culture II, was jam packed with banger after banger. It was the home of “Bad and Boujee” and “Slippery,” the latter ofwhich featured trap legend, Gucci Mane.

Culture II doesn’t follow in the footsteps of its chart defining predecessor. The album is painfully long it’s a stretched out, almost two hour compendium of mumble rap and “skrrting.” The few breaks in the album come from its features, but even the impressive list of guest producers, ranging from Pharrell Williams to Kanye West, doesn’t pull enough weight to save the album from its own repetitiveness.

On multiple tracks, repeated lyrics bog down the beats, which are undoubtedly the saving grace of the album. “Walk It Talk It,” the sixth track on the album, is the first collaboration between Drake and Migos since “Versace,” the 2013 chart topper that Drake remixed and rapped over in a move that first made the Atlanta based trio turn heads. Although the song features several rapped verses, all lyricism is drowned out by Quavo’s seemingly endless loops of “Walk it, like I talk it.” Even though it was repetitive catchiness that brought so much attention to songs such as “Hannah Montana” and “Bad and Boujee,” this device is used ad nauseum in Culture II, leaving the track list stale.

Not only would the album benefit from parsing in its choruses, the amount of tracks could easily be cut in half. After so much dope and expensive jewelry and after so many bitches, the album starts to feel like one really long, generic trap song. In the end, the album is heavily supported by its impressive features from the likes of Travis Scott and Cardi B, whose verse on “Motorsport” is one of the strongest moments on the album. Ultimately, it’s not actually Migos that stands out in Culture II.

But the fact that Migos has attracted all this talent to Culture II speaks to how the three rappers have become cultural icons. Their songs have made a place for trap music in predominantly white communities transforming trap into one of the fundamental requirements of fraternity party soundtracks. They’re a group highly sought after by the most influential names in hip hop.

This is the group’s third studio album, and it’s still under Coach K’s label, Quality Control an indie label that brought Gucci Mane and Jeezy to fame. Through his guidance, the group continued to make hit after hit about the culture that surrounds trap. Instead of running through what it was like to make trap music in Atlanta something the group has done routinely in the past the lyrics of Culture II talk more about the exorbitant wealth and fame that has come from the group’s insanely successful music career.

In one of the more sentimental tracks, “Work Hard,” the group talks about how its success is manifested in more than Rolexes and items from Saint Laurent. It’s a uncharacteristic, fleeting moment of intimacy that Migos builds as all three members talk about how, despite taking unorthodox routes to success, they can still go back and provide for their families. Nevertheless, these few moments where Migos demonstrates variation in its style is lost under the superficial film that covers this album.

This album does show a side of Migos that the group hasn’t explored in its previous albums, but this angle is drowned out by all the ad libbing and extravagance. What could have been an interesting expos into the culture of trap ends up as an album that stands wavering on its cast of fillers.
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adidas the sneeker Alberta against dissolving school boards

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Nova Scotia decision to dismantle its seven English school boards as per the recommendations of the Glaze Report the Bar is not only disappointing, but gravely concerning. the Bar was developed following a scant three week consultation last fall, and contains a number of concerning comments. For example, the report states that lack of turnover in trustees is indicative of disinterest and an inability to attract qualified candidates, when in fact, those who serve do so because they are passionate about our children education. In fact, the work is challenging, marginally compensated and critically important. Additionally, the report cites outdated student achievement data, places a disproportionate emphasis on standardized test scores and ignores a plethora of socioeconomic factors for which good governance can be a solution. In short, the Glaze Report, and the Nova Scotia government decision to dismantle school boards both fail to acknowledge the value locally elected school boards bring to our communities.

As of the Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA), and on behalf of Alberta 61 member public, separate and francophone school boards, I am saddened by the Nova Scotia government decision to eliminate locally elected school boards. School boards have a long history of demonstrating value. By virtue of being locally elected, school boards abilities to reflect community voices and priorities in decision making has resulted in Alberta being recognized as one of the best education systems in the world. Well governed school boards,
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connected and responsive to their communities ensure an education system that is best positioned to deliver value to the communities and families they serve.

For Albertans who do not have children in our school system, I would like to say that K 12 education impacts every person. Every day, each of us interacts with someone whose success as an adult was shaped by their educational experience. That is why school board elections where every citizen has a choice in determining how the K 12 education system is governed are important.

Unlike a centralized system accountable only to the minister, as the Nova Scotia system will be organized, school boards recognize the importance of working collaboratively with their communities, government, and each other as partners in education. Now, I acknowledge that governance decisions can be difficult; however, school boards, in representing the priorities of the communities they serve, often balance diverse and at times conflicting perspectives. What may appear to be dysfunction the report states more accurately school boards expressing their due diligence to make fully informed decisions. As locally elected representatives, they relate to responsive to local communities and are uniquely positioned to ensure the very best outcomes for all students.

As Alberta prepares for the next provincial election, all the parties will have important policy conversations about K 12 education. ASBA expects the crucial governance role of locally elected school boards will be invited, respected and honoured in those discussions and decisions. I urge each one of us as Albertans to strongly consider how our votes will impact our lives, and the lives of Alberta youngest citizens. Because their future affects us all.
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The accomplishments and vision of Lougheed’s 14 year rule would, ironically, be put into perspective by the long serving Socred premier who preceded him, Warrack said.

“The longer I was in government, the more I came to appreciate him, because the only comparison would be to Ernest Manning with all his honesty and integrity,” he said.

“How lucky was Alberta?”

While Lougheed had humble political beginnings when he first decided to challenge Alberta’s ingrained status quo, so, too, was his childhood.

Alberta’s future 10th premier was the grandson of Sir James Lougheed, a senator and federal cabinet minister whose name graces the 3,107 metre peak visible from his hometown of Calgary.

But Sir James’ fortune was decimated in the Great Depression and after Peter was born in Calgary on July 26, 1928, his family lived an uprooted life of shifting addresses.

Evidence of his coming leadership role came in Lougheed’s forming the first students’ union at his Calgary high school,

He also developed a taste for football while attending the University of Alberta, where he earned bachelors of arts and law.

Lougheed played for the U of A Golden Bears,
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going on to pound the gridiron for the Edmonton Eskimos in 1949 50.

But it was more towards academics that the young Lougheed would turn, seeking a masters of business administration at Harvard.

It’s believed that, while toiling in an oil industry summer job in Oklahoma, he witnessed the fate of a town whose petroleum fortunes had run dry.

Some say it’s possible that experience influenced Lougheed’s determination to leave Alberta a legacy fund for his home province’s post petroleum days.

By the early 1960s, he began leaning towards the one field that could consummate that vision politics.

But he entered the fray at a time when being a Tory in Alberta was a hand to mouth existence.

“The party used to meet in a phone booth, then they graduated to church basements,” Warrack said.

“It was a little cadre of Calgary supporters who were simple, straight to the point but it was tough slogging, literally from being on the ground.

“He built the party, not the other way around.”

In the early 1960s, the PC party held no seats and had captured only 13% of the vote.

But a tireless Lougheed was to become a pesky David to the Socred Goliath, issuing a sterner challenge in the 1967 provincial election that chisel a crack into the political dynasty’s armour.

The party finished in second place, with Lougheed elected in the riding of Calgary West, easily outdistancing his rivals with 62% of the vote.

He was joined by five other Tories, almost all elected in Alberta’s two largest cities.

Manning was soon replaced by the staid Harry Strom and Lougheed smelled a prime opportunity to topple what he and more than a few other Albertans considered a stagnant, overly rural government.

Calgary lawyer Ron Ghitter remembers the recruiting effort that ensued,
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featuring an opposition leader appealing to the better nature’s of prospective candidates.

adidas infant trainers alarm Sanford fire spawns emergency city council meeting

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Sanford’s city council on Monday night voted to implement cleanup plans.

The property located at 28 Thompson St has been ordered to be boarded up within 24 hours, and the two properties destroyed in the fire 33 Island Ave and 35 Island Ave have been ordered to be cleaned up, with debris removed by an independent bidder.

Sanford Mayor Thomas Cote called the aftermath “a mess” and said he was initially surprised one particular building didn’t come down already, though now understands the risk that was involved.

“I don feel that they doing enough and in a quick and timely fashion to get the landlords and property owners to clean up their acts,” said Thompson Street resident Kari Zielke. “33 Island [Ave] had a rap sheet about 3 inches thick of violations. Maine (NEWS CENTER) Ordinances enforcing inspections and debris clean up will be the focus of an emergency city council meeting in Sanford on Monday.

This comes following Thursday’s massive fire which destroyed and damaged half a dozen buildings.

The fire started in a multi unit building,
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no one was seriously injured.

Investigators say the cause of the fire is undetermined but don’t believe it was deliberately set.

Investigators recently made a drug arrest at this building that went up in flames. They say there were mountains of trash, dead rats and as many as 20 people were illegally living in the building as so called squatters.

City officials say the owners of the building, Harry and Geraldine Farris, were notified earlier this week that they needed to clean up the trash around the building. Officials say enforcing the city’s Safe Housing ordinances which require apartment buildings to be licensed and abandoned buildings inspected will improve living conditions for tenants. Neighbors say they hope those regulations are in place before the buildings are rebuilt.

“If they do in fact rebuild it I think making sure there are sufficient background checks and have attentive landlords that will definitely help the area,” said Kari Zielke.
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adidas originals windbreaker Alan Scharsu Former Fitch runner muses on Joe Paterno

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I went as hard as I could. Three albums in your CD player right now? Best of Led Zeppelin, a mixed CD my girlfriend [Roseanne] made for me and Dido. Track or cross country? Cross country. It’s a bunch of guys who did the same thing. With track, you have so many events and so many more people. In cross country, we were all really tight. We’ve been friends forever. Thing you miss most about Youngstown? Other than my family, Mill Creek Park. I love that park. People in Youngstown probably don’t realize how nice it is because it’s always been there. Thing you miss least? The cold weather. We have a file photo of you in high school with black curly hair, braces and a polyester shirt that even professional bull riders would make fun of. How much are you willing to pay us not to use it? (Laughs) I don’t know. I had some great hair back then. Now I have a lot of gray hair, but at least I still have some. I remember that shirt you’re talking about. That was a good looking shirt. It’s coming back in. I probably still have it somewhere. Running shoes you wear right now? The Adidas Supernova Classic. Best pair of running shoes you’ve ever owned? The 1982 Adistar track spikes. Best spikes ever made. After years of running, part of your body that hurts the most? The Achilles tendon my left foot. I’ve had both operated on, but that one always hurts worse. Number of days you can go without running before you go crazy? Thirty. Who is your hero? It depends on what level you’re talking about. The guy I really admire is Bob Lund, who went to Fitch right before me. He helped me out through a lot of stuff. He’s my personal hero. Also, Steve Prefontaine because of his approach to everything. Your Nittany Lions have been struggling. Is it time for Joe Paterno to retire? Yeah. My college coach [Harry Groves] is still there, too. They need to retire together. But they still got the drive, so what are you gonna do? They’ll never ask Joe to leave, which is probably the right thing to do. He built that university. He’s done so much for it,
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not only in athletics but also in academics. The key to being a successful runner is? The ability to endure a lot of pain. That and dedication and a lot of hard work. And the ability to throw up fructose tablets? Exactly.

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