Bay City News Service Published 6:00 pm, Sunday, April 22, 2018 A driver and their passenger died after a collision on Mission Boulevard this afternoon, Union City police reported. Police began receiving 911 calls about the crash at Mission Boulevard and Lafayette Avenue at 3:03 p.m. Officers arrived on scene and found two people in a silver Mercedes sedan suffering major injuries after a collision with a tow truck. The passenger in the Mercedes was pronounced dead on the scene and the driver died at Eden Medical Center in Castro Valley after succumbing to their injuries, police said. The names of the victims are not being released at this time because the Alameda County coroner's bureau is in the process of notifying family members. Recommended Video: Now Playing: Video has been released of the moments before an Uber self-driving vehicle fatally hit a 49-year-old woman walking her bike across the street in Arizona. The lights on the SUV … [Read more...] about Update: Two People Die After Fatal Crash On Mission Blvd.
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Focused on the day-to-day challenges of teenage life, the Degrassi franchise depicted the careers of adolescents in Toronto. The long-running series made its debut in 1979 with The Kids of Degrassi Street. After concluding in 1986, the next show, Degrassi Junior High retained some of the main cast but changed their characters completely. By 1989, the show aired over 40 episodes dealing with many controversial topics. Degrassi High continued the trend, and The 1992 movie School’s Out! even made history with its use of the “f-word”, the first time it had been used in Canadian television history.The franchise found renewed life in 1991 with the launch of Degrassi: The Next Generation, which included some stars and storylines from the previous shows. Even today, the franchise continues with Degrassi: Next Class on Netflix. Many child stars have walked away from the show with the needed boost to their careers to become A-list stars. Though the series … [Read more...] about Degrassi: 8 Stars Who Became A-Listers (And 7 Who Completely Flopped)
While juries have been virtually eliminated from the Bafta Film Awards, with the voting academy now overwhelmingly responsible for nominee and winner outcomes, there remains one category where the voting cohort holds no sway. Since the category’s introduction in 1998, the nominees and winner of outstanding debut by a director, writer or producer have been decided by a special jury, which meets at regular intervals throughout the Bafta year, and is currently chaired by producer Tanya Seghatchian. It is these jury votes that have produced past winners in the category, including Lynne Ramsay, Pawel Pawlikowski, Asif Kapadia, Amma Asante, Joe Wright, Steve McQueen, Duncan Jones, Chris Morris, Paddy Considine and Bart Layton.Read more: Baftas 2018 - full list of nominationsIn 2018, William Oldroyd’s dark and passionate period tale Lady Macbeth and Rungano Nyoni’s Zambia witch-camp odyssey I Am Not A Witch — which have both enjoyed widespread acclaim since … [Read more...] about Baftas 2018: The stories behind the best British debut nominees