Martha Irvine, Ap National Writer Updated 2:13 am, Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Now Playing: What your kids are doing online might surprise you. Increasingly tech-savvy kids are often living secret digital lives on social media and can go to great lengths to avoid parental detection. (June 26) Media: Associated Press CHICAGO (AP) — The 7th grader looks desperate as she approaches. She's just been to a cybersecurity talk at her school, where she raised her hand when asked if she has a social media account - Snapchat, in her case. Most students at Chicago's Nathan Hale Elementary School, many of them younger than the required social media age of 13, did the same when retired police detective Rich Wistocki inquired about Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat or any other number of applications and games. "Please, please, pleeeeease, don't use my picture or a video of me raising my hand," this particular kid begs repeatedly, despite assurances that she was not caught on … [Read more...] about Do you really know what your kid’s doing on that device?
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He's come home. It's forty years later, and we're getting a direct sequel to John Carpenter's Halloween. David Gordon Green and Danny McBride have long maintained that their follow-up was going to ignore all of the other franchise installments up to this point, but that's not entirely true. What they've done instead is viciously kill them off, without mercy or remorse, while paying sly tribute to their ashes. Let's get into it: Welcome back to Smith's Grove Sanitarium. Forty years on, the place looks like there haven't been a whole lot of tech upgrades in the time since we last visited Haddonfield, Illinois. These security monitors are analog AF! Our hosts for this latest round of madness... Dana (Rhian Rees) and Martin (Jefferson Hall): two individuals who have come to "investigate" a patient who killed "three innocent teenagers on Halloween night, 1978". They're obviously new players, and what capacity they're "investigating" is still up for … [Read more...] about “He’s Not Her Brother”: Breaking Down The Phenomenal HALLOWEEN Trailer
By Peter Larsen | [email protected] | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: May 17, 2018 at 9:04 am | UPDATED: May 17, 2018 at 9:04 am Saoirse Ronan, left, as Florence Ponting, and Billy Howle as Edward Mayhew in “On Chesil Beach.” (Photo by Robert Viglasky/Bleecker Street) Billy Howle stars as Edward Mayhew in “On Chesil Beach.” (Photo by Robert Viglasky/Bleeker Street) Saoirse Ronan as Florence Ponting in “On Chesil Beach.” (Photo by Robert Viglasky/Bleecker Street) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsAuthor Ian McEwan poses for photographers upon arrival at the London Film Festival premiere of “On Chesil Beach” in London, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP) Billy Howle stars as Edward Mayhew and Saoirse Ronan stars as Florence Ponting in “On Chesil Beach.” (Photo by Robert Viglasky/Bleeker Street) Anne-Marie Duff as Marjorie Mayhew, Edward Mayhew’s mother, in “On Chesil Beach.” (Photo … [Read more...] about Actress Saoirse Ronan and novelist Ian McEwan talk about teaming up again to make the film version of ‘On Chesil Beach’
Updated 12:39 pm, Monday, May 7, 2018 Photo: Sam Greene, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 In this Wednesday, April 18, 2018 photo, Chris Corbin, of Alexandria, Ky., poses inside the Black Covered Bridge north of Oxford, Ohio. Corbin's ancestor, Henry Corbin, was lynched and hung near the bridge in 1892. (Sam Greene /The Cincinnati Enquirer via AP) less In this Wednesday, April 18, 2018 photo, Chris Corbin, of Alexandria, Ky., poses inside the Black Covered Bridge north of Oxford, Ohio. Corbin's ancestor, Henry Corbin, was lynched and hung near the bridge in ... more Photo: Sam Greene, AP Woman digs through history, reflects on ancestor's lynching 1 / 1 Back to Gallery OXFORD, Ohio (AP) — Near the yellow daffodils in Memorial Park, Chris Corbin dug a spoon into the black soil and scooped it into a … [Read more...] about Woman digs through history, reflects on ancestor’s lynching
Developed with the support of a 2013 Guggenheim Creative Arts Fellowship, The Manhattan Front is experimental filmmaker Cathy Lee Crane’s first feature-length narrative film in a career spanning over two decades. True to Crane’s hybrid art film roots, though, The Manhattan Front melds melodramatic acting on silent-film-styled sets with newly digitized archival footage of daily life in New York City and on the front lines during World War 1. Via this unconventional approach Crane presents the true story of how a German saboteur’s plans to prevent American munitions from reaching Britain during a period of official U.S. neutrality became entangled with the progressive labor movement of legendary activist Elisabeth Gurley Flynn, resulting in consequences that arguably reverberate to this very day.The Manhattan Front had its U.S. premiere yesterday at SF Indiefest, and it will screen a second time, with a live score by local musicians, on February 14 at 7:00 PM.Filmmaker … [Read more...] about “In the Master’s Narrative, We Don’t Hear the Stories of the Oppressed, the Disenfranchised, of Women”: Director Cathy Lee Crane on Her SF Indiefest Premiere,