Jonah Hill is joining the list of celebs fleeing to the suburbs in the San Fernando Valley. The " Moneyball " actor just plunked down $2.175 million for a cute Cape Cod style home in Tarzana. The 4,650 square foot home has 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths -- and includes a commercial-grade, glass front refrigerator, two master bathroom showers (one is steam) and a private terrace attached to the master suite. And, since you can fry an egg on a Tarzana sidewalk during summers, the property has the obligatory swimming pool, and also a tennis court, citrus grove and even a bocce ball court. … [Read more...] about Jonah Hill Gets Himself to the Valley!
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Facebook / Jo’Mhara Benning Two Kansas high schools say they've launched an investigation after several students at a recent basketball game allegedly yelled the n-word -- while waving around a Black doll. The incident went down Saturday -- when the Topeka H.S. boys basketball team took on Valley Center H.S. in Valley Center, KS. During the contest, according to Topeka players, several VC students hurled racial slurs and offensive language at them. They also say some of the spectators taunted them with a Black baby figurine. One video shot by a Topeka student shows the doll being held up by some fans in the stands as the action was unfolding on the court. Another clip appears to show students calling one of the players a "p***y." Topeka head coach Geo Lyons said in a change.org petition that despite the "racial slurs, threats and disgusting taunts" -- Valley Center officials "did not address any of these actions while play was taking place … [Read more...] about Kansas H.S. Students Allegedly Yell N-Word, Bring Black Doll To Game, Schools Investigating
Strange as it may seem, the Oscar for Best International Feature tends to go to movies that are universal rather than geographically specific. Last year’s winner Drive My Car spoke more about mankind’s default setting to loneliness than it did about the specifics of relationship dynamics in modern Japan, just as the Danish drunks in 2021’s Another Round got hammered in a way that was relatable to boozers in every country from Albania to Zambia. Maybe the Academy feels that real life is better left to docs, but a 2015 win for the harrowing Second World War drama Son of Saul suggests that the door is always open. And after a year that saw the whole world reeling from Vladmir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, this might be one of those years that addresses the fact. Clearly, the abrupt nature of Putin’s surprise maneuver on February 24 caught many unawares, especially in an industry that can be slow to react. Maryna Er Gorbach, however, had begun work on her film Klondike — … [Read more...] about Look Back In Anger: Will Russia’s Invasion Of Ukraine Set The Agenda For This Year’s International Oscar Race?