Monthly Archives: October 2018

The Improbable Run of Andrew Gillum

ANDREW GILLUM’S FIRST serious act of political defiance came 18 years ago when he crashed the office he’s now on the cusp of occupying himself, confronting a governor by the name of Jeb Bush. Just a 20-year-old college sophomore at the time, Gillum was one of four students who stormed the
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Eighth child dies at New Jersey rehabilitation facility

An eighth child died Friday afternoon following a monthlong adenovirus outbreak at rehabilitation center in New Jersey, the state’s Department of Health said. The child, already fragile and suffering respiratory illness, was not confirmed to have the common infection, health officials said. They’re awaiting test results. Seven other children have
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Wyclef Jean’s Childhood In Haiti To Be Captured In Netflix Animated Feature

Netflix will make a CG-animated feature film inspired by the childhood of Haitian singer and The Fugees co-founder Wyclef Jean. Greg Silverman’s upstart production company Stampede is partnering with the three-time Grammy Award-winning musician to produce the film. Script will be written by Justin Marks, whose credits include The Jungle
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