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PJ HARVEY – A DOG CALLED MONEY Will Premiere Dec. 7

PJ HARVEY - A DOG CALLED MONEY Will Premiere Dec. 7

On December 7th, preeminent global theatrical distributor Abramorama will host the North American streaming premiere of the documentary film, PJ Harvey – A Dog Called Money on Maestro, a music Centric interactive live video streaming platform. The event is the first feature film premiere the streaming platform has hosted. To eventize the screening the director, Seamus Murphy has taped a special introduction for fans. PJ Harvey – A Dog Called Money premieres at 8PM EST / 5PM PST on Monday Dec 7th. The film will then open at Film Forum (NYC) on Wednesday Dec 9th, followed by a North American Watch Now @ Home Cinema Release.

Abramorama’s Head of Music Evan Saxon stated, “With Abramorama, the most trusted global distributor of music films, collaborating with Maestro, a music Centric white label live streaming platform, we are able to give artists, labels and filmmakers such as Seamus Murphy and PJ Harvey

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Kaley Cuoco, Husband Karl Cook Mourn Death of Rescue Dog Petunia

Saying goodbye. Kaley Cuoco and her husband, Karl Cook, paid tribute to their dog Petunia after her death.

The couple, who tied the knot in June 2018, announced the sad news on Wednesday, November 25. “We love you dear special Petunia!!!!!” the actress, 34, wrote via her Instagram Story. “You are the reason we continue to save dogs just like you. And we will never stop.”

Kaley Cuoco Husband Karl Cook Mourn Death Their Rescue Dog Petunia
Petunia, Karl Cook and Kaley Cuoco. Courtesy Karl Cook/Instagram; Rob Latour/Shutterstock

Cook, for his part, posted a lengthy message on his Instagram account. “After a life of untold loneliness and hardship she is at rest. For that I am happy,” he captioned numerous sweet photos of Petunia. “We did what we adopted petunia to do better than anyone else, give her everything. She is resting at peace, with everyday’s sunset to warm her. That is what matters most. Petunia it is not the

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Kaley Cuoco and her husband Karl Cook mourn the death of their rescue dog

“We love you dear special Petunia!” the actress wrote in a tribute.

Kaley Cuoco and her husband Karl Cook said goodbye to one of their furry friends this week.

The couple shared posts on Wednesday to announce Petunia, a pup they rescued from Paws For Life K9 Rescue, a California-based animal rescue nonprofit, has died.

“We love you dear special Petunia!” the “Big Bang Theory” actress wrote in a since-expired Instagram story. “You are the reason we continue to save dogs just like you. And we will never stop.”

Cook also shared an emotional tribute for the dog, explaining the couple rescued Petunia after she experienced “a life of untold loneliness and hardship.”

“We did what we adopted petunia to do better than anyone else, give her everything,” he wrote. “She is resting at peace, with everyday’s sunset to warm her.

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Lost and Found! Missing Dog Located by Drone, Rescued After 10 Days in Woods: ‘So Grateful’

This dog is reunited with his owners after being lost for 10 days — all thanks to a handy drone.

Gary and Debbie Morgan asked  put up flyers and notes online earlier this month asking for help locating their missing dog Meadow, a 16-month-old golden retriever. The pup had last been seen in a wooded area in Andes, New York, and was missing for about a week when a stranger named Brian James came across the Morgans’ plea for their lost pet.



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Debbie and Gary Morgan with Meadow

The flyer offered a $500 reward and described Meadow as having a “small, stocky build [and a] pink collar.”

James told ABC News that he thought he could help by bringing a new perspective to the search efforts, since he’s a hiking guide and trained drone pilot.

“I’m realizing that [it] might be easy to see her from

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‘Clifford The Big Red Dog’ Gets Divisive New Look In Teaser For Live-Action Movie



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He may still be big and red, but you’ve never seen Clifford like this before.

On Wednesday, Paramount debuted the first teaser for the upcoming live-action “Clifford The Big Red Dog” movie, coming to theatres Nov. 5, 2021.

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The teaser opens with a row of adorable dogs, as the camera pans by them to reveal the computer animated Clifford, who looks like a very large, photorealistic red Labrador retriever.

“When middle-schooler Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) meets a magical animal rescuer (John Cleese) who gifts her a little, red puppy, she never anticipated waking up to find a giant 10-foot hound in her small New York City apartment,” the official description reads. “While her single mom (Sienna Guillory) is away for business, Emily and her fun but impulsive uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall) set out on

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Clifford Movie Teaser Reveals the Iconic Big Red Dog

Our first official look at the live-action/CGI-animated movie version of Clifford the Big Red Dog has arrived. On the official Twitter account for the upcoming movie, a sneak peek video reveals the giant, red-furred dog as he compares to other normal-sized canines. “This holiday season, we’re thankful for the pets who’ve love got us through the year, but next year, get ready to love even bigger,” a narrator says, encouraging fans to share pictures of their pets using the hashtag #LoveBig.

The Clifford the Big Red Dog movie adaptation is based on the Scholastic children’s book series

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Police dog shot and killed after gunman opens fire into patrol car

A police dog has been shot and killed after a suspect opened fire on a patrol vehicle with the dog and his human partner inside, according to local authorities.



a dog looking at the camera: A K9 officer named Sjaak has been shot and killed after a suspect opened fire on a patrol vehicle with the dog and his human partner inside on Nov. 17 in La Vergne, Tennessee.


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A K9 officer named Sjaak has been shot and killed after a suspect opened fire on a patrol vehicle with the dog and his human partner inside on Nov. 17 in La Vergne, Tennessee.

The incident occurred on Nov. 17 in as Officer Justin Darby and his Belgian Malinois K9 officer named Sjaak — pronounced “Jacques” — were driving on Murfreesboro Road in La Vergne, Tennessee, when a gunman pulled up alongside them and opened fire on their patrol car before speeding off.


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“The officer pursued the driver, and other officers joined the pursuit,” the Tennessee Bureau of

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‘We Are the Champions’ EPs on Documenting Dog Dancing

Hyped up on Slurpees from 7-Eleven, teenage Rainn Wilson used to play in chess competitions. Decades later looks back on the experience fondly, noting with astonishment that he has never seen such an eclectic group of people all participating in the same sport — or at least he hadn’t until “We Are the Champions.”

The first season of that Netflix anthological docuseries from Dirty Robber, which Wilson executive produces and also narrates, consists of six episodes, each of which centers on an utterly unique competition and the equally unparalleled people who participate in the events. From cheese rolling to frog jumping to dog dancing, the team behind the show endeavored to find some truly niche sports and share them with a global audience.

The idea first started with executive producer and director Brian Golden Davis, who made a film in this space years prior. But the assembled team of Davis,

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Dog euthanized after mistaken for coyote in ‘severe distress’ in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD — The police department is reviewing its procedures after a small dog was euthanized because it was mistaken for a young coyote believed to be in “severe distress,” Police Chief Christopher Lyddy said.

As part-time Animal Control officer has been placed on administrative leave pending the results of the investigation, Lyddy said.

“This is a tragic and heartbreaking situation, and as a dog lover, my heart goes out to this family,” First Selectwoman Brenda Kupchick said. “I know emotions are high, but I am asking our community to please allow time for the police to investigate the full circumstances of what transpired.”

Lyddy said the police department was called to assist Fairfield Animal Control to investigate an animal in “severe distress” in the area of Lawrence Road around 9 p.m. Wednesday.

“The animal, which was found at night during adverse weather conditions, was identified as a young coyote by

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‘They still talk about dog mess’: BBC’s longest serving phone-in radio host looks back on 25 years | Media

When Laurence Reed, the BBC’s longest-serving local radio phone-in host, first opened up the phone lines at Radio Cornwall 25 years ago, he swiftly discovered the issues that really got his audience excised.

“Dog mess! Twenty-five years on, they still talk about dog mess. They talk about rubbish collections, the closure of public toilets on a popular beach, street lighting, pot holes … ”

“Putting Covid aside, it has always been the little things that impact people’s lives,” said Reed, 64, as he prepared to sit behind the microphone on his award-winning show for the last time.

“I can talk about Donald Trump, and maybe I get one or two callers. I talk about dog mess on the beach, and you get loads.”

On air five days a week, taking some 5,000 calls a year over 25 years, Reed has been a constant presence in Cornish homes; a combination of

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