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Posted on February 27 at 5:39 p.m.
So they spoke to her at 9:30 and reported her missing at 10?
On KEYT Anchor Paula Lopez Reported Missing
Posted on February 3 at 11:54 p.m.
What Durling lacks in interviewing and speaking, he makes up for in heart. Simply put, he is too much of a fan to interview the actors. By heaping on the hyperbole at the beginning, he set himself up for failure. When Lawrence said she didn't memorize lines until she showed up at the set, he should have responded by asking her what she DOES do to prepare (e.g., discuss the role with the director). It's a disservice to her to let her appear that lazy, and it's a disservice to him because he came across as an interviewer who was too afraid to challenge his subject or dig deeper.I agree with the commenter who said bring back Karger. He is easily the best interviewer in the festival.
On Jennifer Lawrence’s Awkward Conversation
Posted on June 14 at 12:46 p.m.
I think everyone will agree that "Susan Wallar" has nothing to do with any of this.
On County Budget: 'Cutting Away Some Bone'
Posted on June 10 at 8:31 p.m.
@SBCFireDispatch also tweeted at around 8pm that there's a vegetation fire in Winchester Cyn. at 1035 Vereda Del Ciervo.
On Fire Near Refugio Road
Posted on August 25 at 12:14 p.m.
Great title for this story. I imagine county staff dropping peyote and receiving the wisdom of where to place the dispensaries from a talking coyote. They have to wait until September to approve of the measure because that's when their talons turn back into hands.
On County Starts Pot Rules Vision Quest
Posted on July 22 at 1 p.m.
Is the Independent printing Daily Nexus stories while school is out?
On Comic Adventures at City Hall
Posted on April 15 at 7:11 a.m.
Corrections to the story:
1) The report was given by Dennis Bozanich, not Michael Allen.2) The chair is Supervisor Joni Gray, not Grey.3) Mr. Caldwell's first name is Andy and he represents COLAB. 4) The report referred to Placer and Tulare counties, not cities.5) The link http://countyofsb.org/ceo/redistricti... is already up and running.
On Board of Supervisors Considers Redistricting Recommendations
Posted on January 30 at 3:34 p.m.
Great article. Who's Jane Hathaway?
On 127 Hours Late
Posted on May 27 at 12:42 p.m.
"As the victim walked onto the tracks, his head was reportedly turned to the left, towards the station and away from the train but — when the engineer spotted him, sounding the horn and activating the emergency brake — the victim turned his head to right at the last minute, just as he was hit. The victim, said McCaffrey, was dragged beneath the cars, coming to a stop directly in front of the group of schoolchildren.
The kids were reportedly initially excited by the sound of the train’s horn, clapping and cheering as they waited along the platform’s yellow line, but became horror-stricken at the sight of the accident. Many became physically upset to the point of crying and hyperventilating. Cases of water were provided, said McCaffrey, and buses came to transport the schoolchildren back to Santa Maria."
Two of the most brutal paragraphs I've read on the Independent.
On SBCC Student Hit and Killed by Train
Posted on May 14 at 11:46 p.m.
The employee's position is not to park cars, it is to maintain county vehicles and manage parking lot operations. The fact that Aceves, who has parked his vehicle at the county administration building multiple times, chose to park his car in a space not reserved for his use, is proof that the lot needs to be monitored. The fact that Falfal asked Aceves to move his car shows that Aceves does not receive special treatment, and that's what pissed Aceves off.
On Touchy ‘Turban’ Talk
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