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Harry Styles feeds pet fish, drinks tea and leaves note at fan’s home while she’s out

Oh 2020, what will you bring us next?

On the upside, this story does not have anything to do with the coronavirus or murder hornets.

Instead, it’s just your totally normal story about a former boy band pop star turned super successful solo artist, who had his car break down in a regular neighborhood only to be helped by a friendly dad.

In a now-private Instagram post on Wednesday, apparent Styles superfan Theadora shared photos of the 26-year-old singer feeding her fish and the note he left her, according to multiple reports.

“Just came home and found out who was house sitting…” Theadora captioned the post. According to Vulture, Styles signed her copy of “Fine Line,” his 2019 album and drew a mask on himself because, you know, 2020.

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He also wrote her the following note:

“Theadora, my car broke

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Sean Anders lists La Crescenta home behind ‘Instant Family’

When comedy director Sean Anders and his wife bought this stone-clad home in La Crescenta a decade ago, they soon realized it was too big for just two people.

“We spent a lot of time trying to picture a child of some random age living there with us … and we wound up bringing home a sibling set of three kids,” Anders told The Times. Soon after, they adopted the trio and became a family of five.

The experience served as the inspiration behind his movie “Instant Family,” which he wrote in his office in the garage. Now, the unique abode is up for grabs at $1.95 million.

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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Home Burglarized, Thieves Jack $750k In Valuables

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European Film Center Director on Camerimage Festival’s Future Home

The EnergaCamerimage film fest has long campaigned for a permanent complex with state-of-the-art screening technology, broadcast facilities and a year-round education role utilizing top cinematography tools with space for classes on all aspects of filmmaking for emerging directors of photography and their colleagues.

Leading the charge on launching that project is Kazik Suwala, the longtime partner of fest director Marek Zydowicz, who is coordinating a small army of organizers as they lay out plans for the European Film Center, expected to go online in 2025. This year’s commitment from the Polish government and the city of Torun to a budget of $155 million has put the project, expected to be a major media player in Poland, on the fast track.

How did the backing finally come together for this ambitious project and how will it complement the existing fest center space?

The Polish government has agreed to grant $103 million

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‘Cowboys,’ ‘Welcome to the USA’ take home top prizes at NYC’s LGBTQ film fest

“Cowboys” and “Welcome to the USA” were awarded the top prizes at the 32nd annual NewFest LGBTQ Film Festival.



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Top honors went to writer and director Anna Kerrigan for “Cowboys,” who took home the Grand Jury Prize for narrative feature, while director Assel Aushakimova’s “Welcome to the USA” won the Grand Jury Prize for international feature.

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Director Posy Dixon’s “Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story” took home the documentary feature prize, and “Queenie” director Cai Thomas won for New York short.

The announcement was made today at the festival’s virtual award ceremony by NewFest Executive Director David Hatkoff and Director Of Programming Nick McCarthy.

The jury members — Rhys Ernst (filmmaker, “Adam”), Dino-Ray Ramos (editor, Deadline), and Isabel Sandoval (filmmaker, “Lingua Franca” — who nominated “Cowboys” said, “Through its warmth, its nuanced approach to moral complexity, and its sensitive direction, this film gave

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Home Circuit gets unofficial remote play on Surrogate.tv

Readers of a certain age will no doubt remember some region variation of TV Powww. The syndicated program, which found viewers at home giving directions over the phone to an in-studio operating playing an Intellivision game.

Perhaps the best-known variant is New York’s TV PIXXX, wherein the player would say “PIXX” (a reference to the station’s call letters), in hopes of winning a T-shirt or U.S. Savings Bond. The game was, famously, plagued with the sorts of technical and latency issues one might expect from such an enterprise.

Technology has, thankfully, come a long way since then. Live streaming and cloud gaming in particular have finally started coming into their own in recent years. Founded in 2017, Finnish service Surrogate.tv offers a clever twist on these verticals, offering remote play versions of games with physical elements. Things like pinball, robot fighting and claw machines feature prominently. Naturally, all of that

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El Paso sees 300 percent rise in Covid hospitalizations, people urged to stay home 2 weeks

El Paso, Texas, is turning its convention center into a field hospital and asking residents to stay at home for two weeks after the city recorded a 300 percent increase in hospitalizations in less than a month, officials said Sunday.

The spike in hospitalizations came as much of the United States saw a rise in the spread of coronavirus, including Texas’ neighbor New Mexico, where a record 4,252 new cases were reported last week, according to the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center.

In El Paso, a border city of more than 680,000, the number of hospitalizations recorded in the last three weeks jumped from 259 to 786, according to the city’s director of public health, Angela Mora.

In a statement, Mora warned that local health services and hospitals will remain strained for people suffering non-coronavirus emergencies like heart attacks, strokes and car accidents.

“If we continue on this trend, we

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Former home of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos hits market for $1.75M

The home where missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos and her estranged husband Fotis Dulos lived before their nasty divorce battle and her mysterious disappearance has been put on the market for $1.75 million.

The six-bedroom house in Farmington, Connecticut, is part of a sell-off sale for the estate of Fotis, who took his own life in January while charged with Jennifer’s murder, the Hartford Courant reported.

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The couple moved there in 2012 to raise their five children, but Jennifer moved out with the children five years later, the report said.

FILE – This undated file photo provided by the New Canaan, Conn., Police Department shows Jennifer Dulos. The former home of Dulos, the Connecticut mother of five who went missing in May 2019 after prosecutors say

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Iowa police dog locates boy, 2, who wandered from home with family canine

A police dog in Iowa is being credited with helping one family’s nightmare come to an end. 

The Mason City Police Department said in a press release that a family contacted authorities shortly after 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday after their 2-year-old son and family dog went missing. 

The toddler and his dog had wandered off from the rural home, according to police.

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Responding deputies helped family members search the home and buildings on their property, with no sign of the child. 

Mason City Police Officer Duane Kemna and K-9 Kilo helped find a 2-year-old boy who wandered off with his own dog on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020.

Mason City Police Officer Duane Kemna and K-9 Kilo helped find a 2-year-old boy who wandered off with his own dog on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2020.
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The Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s Office called for K-9 units from Mason City and Worth County, as deputies began to use a drone to help find the

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‘Cowboys’ Takes Home Top Prize at Newfest LGBTQ Film Festival

“Cowboys and “Welcome to the USA” were awarded the top prizes at the 32nd annual NewFest LGBTQ Film Festival.

Top honors went to writer and director Anna Kerrigan for “Cowboys,” who took home the Grand Jury Prize for narrative feature, while director Assel Aushakimova’s “Welcome to the USA” won the Grand Jury Prize for international feature.

Director Posy Dixon’s “Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story” took home the documentary feature prize, and “Queenie” director Cai Thomas won for New York short.

The announcement was made today at the festival’s virtual award ceremony by NewFest Executive Director David Hatkoff and Director Of Programming Nick McCarthy.

The jury members — Rhys Ernst (filmmaker, “Adam”), Dino-Ray Ramos (editor, Deadline), and Isabel Sandoval (filmmaker, “Lingua Franca” — who nominated “Cowboys” said, “Through its warmth, its nuanced approach to moral complexity, and its sensitive direction, this film gave us the feels. This film’s wonderful cast

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