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Beatles photographer Ethan Russell talks about ‘Get Back’ book, The Rolling Stones and The Who – Press Telegram

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Young Ethan Russell decided to become a photographer when he saw Michelangelo Antonioni’s iconic 1966 film “Desire”.

After his father bought him a camera, Russell began exploring the rock scene in his hometown of San Francisco before moving to London. He didn’t find the swinging scene he wanted to find there, but after a long period of drought he took on the task of taking pictures of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Her photos captured her love for each other, and soon after, Russell was in the studio and took the photo while the Beatles were recording the album that became “Let It Be”.

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New animated film “Ron’s Gone Wrong” tells the story of a boy and his robot best friend in our high-tech world

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HOLLYWOOD – The new family animated film “Ron’s Gone Wrong” is the last child a boy named Bernie had with a B-Bot in school. It is a digitally connected device that is billed as a ‘plug and play best friend’.

Bernie’s B-Bot doesn’t seem to work like everything else. His glitch is the key to telling a story of friendship in a world where technology is at stake.

“Silicon Valley has that kind of yin and yang, because it has that kind of noble and very altruistic side, that makes your life easier, right? And makes it transparent and perfect. That’s it. At the same time, we wanted to lift the veil a bit that this is mainly done by dates and data from us! », Declared the director Jean-Philippe Vine.

Actor Zach Galifianakis said, “I feel like the house is on fire with all of this.” “So I think we really need to start figuring out how to talk about it, and the law needs to catch up with these tech companies.”

Galifianakis is the voice of “Ron”. Jack Dylan Grazer is his human best friend, Bernie. He admits that social media as a whole is not his specialty.

“I think it’s unhealthy to have a lot of beautiful, time-wasting social media things in this toxic and weird playground,” Grazer said.

Obviously, this movie has something to say about our culture’s obsession with social media. But co-author Peter Baynum says it’s not the only one. “I think that’s also the central relationship. We just worked hard to build the boy, and he’s kind of falling in love with this weird, broken device.

“Ron’s Gone Wrong” made another theater appearance on Friday, October 22.

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SCVNews.com | Today in the history of SCV (21-22 oct.)

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2007 -Backweed Firechar 38,356 acres, destroying 21 homes in Canyon Country and Agua Darcy [story]

Backweed fire

Family Promise Santa Clarita is teaming up with Williams Homes and Home Aid LA to launch a new local resource center.

Family promise to launch into a new resource center

Los Angeles County public health officials on Wednesday confirmed 31 new deaths and 1,267 new cases of COVID-19 in the Santa Clarita Valley, for a total of 36,859.

Wednesday's COVID-19 summary: Public health promotes vaccines to watch sports.  Total of 36,859 cases of VCS

Canyons University freshman long distance runner Daniel Salsed was named Female Athletes of this Month by the California Community College Sports Information Association (CCCSIA) in September.

COC Cross Country Star Selected as CCSIA Athlete of the Month

Person arrested after investigation on suspicion of machete attack

Caltrans today announced a new Clean California pilot program that will provide up to $ 250 for Adopt-a-Highway volunteers to pick up road debris.

Caltrans Offers Up To $ 250 For Clean Debris Removal From California Highway

The Zonta Club of Santa Clarita joins Empower Hour, a non-profit anti-trafficking organization, i-5 Freedom Network, calling on the general public to raise awareness about this modern day slavery, how it looks and what the community can do. I am. this.

Roundtable on Zonta SCV hosting traffic

William S. Heart Union High School District board members will discuss and vote on a request to receive $ 15 million in government funding for COVID-19 relief on campus Wednesday evening.

Hart District Commission discusses $ 15 million COVID bailout and new collective agreement

Walnut Creek will file an attorney under the California Voting Rights Act as early as next week, forcing Santa Clarita City Council to move away from “massive” voting unless a district-based electoral system is passed at the time. of the next meeting. The lawyer said on Tuesday.

The City filed an ultimatum before

1873 -Santa Barbara attorneys Charles Fernardo and JT Richards buy Rancho San Francisco (75 square miles from SCV) for $ 33,000 (69 cents an acre) at Sheriffs Sale [story]

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The last Vietnam War-era helicopter in the USDA Forestry Department’s Pacific Southwest Firewatch Cobra program is an aerial surveillance department that uses the latest helicopters and implements the latest technology such as wing aircraft fixed to serve larger landscapes. We made our last flight on Saturday as we entered a new era.

The last remaining Cobra helicopter begins its final flight and enters a new era of aerial surveillance.

Richard Omura, a local artist and member of SCAA, will be exhibiting his art at the New Hall Main Theater until October 31. The show is called “Steampunk Vision” and includes several of his unique multimedia works.

A local artist exhibiting an art exhibition titled

HOPE Theater Arts unveiled a free live, face-to-face, storytime event at Canyon Country’s Open Book at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 7.

November 7: HOPE Theater Arts announces live storytime event at Canyon Country

Los Angeles County public health officials on Tuesday confirmed 26 new deaths and 825 new cases of COVID-19 in the county, resulting in a total of 36,800 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley. In addition, staff at Henry Mayo New Hall Hospital have confirmed an additional death toll, bringing the total number of deaths from COVID-19 to 176 since the start of the pandemic.

Tuesday's COVID-19 summary: Henry Mayo confirms 176th death Public health report 36,800 CVS cases total

Safety has always been Caltrans’ top priority, and during National Pedestrian Safety Month, which is held each October, the department is stepping up efforts to improve safety and educate the general public on how to protect pedestrians. pedestrians. Make.

Caltrans encourages communities to protect pedestrians during National Pedestrian Safety Month

The Great California Shakeout, an annual state-wide seismic exercise for the community to review emergency preparedness plans and equipment, will take place on October 21, 2021 at 10:21 a.m.

October 21: City encourages residents to participate in the Great California Shakeout

Hundreds of students from the Santa Clarita Valley and their families attended the School Walkout on Monday. This is a statewide protest against the vaccine requirement recently announced by Governor Gavin Christopher.

Parents and students organize school strikes to protest COVID-19 obligations

After years of underwater trucking, the residents of the LARC Ranch are ready to receive a permanent supply of water through a pipeline built with assistance from the Santa Clarita Valley Waterworks Authority. ..

LARC pipeline moving forward

Jim Clipfell, a Saugus High School teacher and director of California Teacher of the Year 2021, was honored along with 99 other teachers in a White House ceremony on Monday.

Sogas professor Jim Clipfell honored at White House event

[1945年 -アクトンホテル、推定1890年、全焼。 放火が疑われる [story]

Acton hotel fire

Thirty-five percent of women worldwide experience violence from intimate physical and / or sexual partners or sexual violence outside the partner.

Zonta Club SCV opposes gender-based violence

The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, has announced the availability of a range of Learn to Swim scholarships for its Learn to Swim program at the Castaic Aquatic Center this winter and spring.

LA County Launches Winter and Spring Scholarship Program at Castaic Aquatic Center

26201 The new Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Office on Golden Valley Road was announced on Monday.

LASD announces a new SCV security agency

Officials at Henry Mayo New Hall Hospital announced additional deaths on Monday, confirming that the total number of deaths from COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic has reached 175, spokesman Patriq Moody confirmed.

COVID-19 summary Monday: Henry Mayo reports 175th death.  Total SCV cases 36,756

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Driver hits cyclist and barricades himself in Huntington Park home

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Huntington Park, Calif. (KABC) – Witnesses and officials say a hit-and-run suspect barricaded himself at his Huntington Park home after attacking a cyclist on the street Wednesday night.

Cyclists were attacked in the areas of Pacific Boulevard and Randolph Street.

Witnesses told ABC7 that a cyclist on a bicycle broke into a stranger’s house in the neighborhood around 8 p.m. and hid inside.

The SWAT team responded and circled the house.

Witnesses say they believe the people in the house have left unharmed.

The condition of the cyclist was not immediately known.

The barricade situation lasted for several hours from Wednesday evening to nightfall.

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