Shia LaBeouf Resurfaces as a Saint in Abel Ferrara’s ‘Padre Pio,’ Launching From Venice Days – Full Lineup

Abel Ferrara‘s “Padre Pio,” starring Shia LaBeouf as an Italian monk who gained rock-star status among the Catholic faithful, is among the titles set to launch from the Venice Film Festival’s independently run Giornate Degli Autori. The section, also known as Venice Dayswill see LaBeouf back on the big screen after the actor — best … Read more

‘I’ve just become obsessed by it’

The film industry — like many businesses throughout the country — was thrown for a loop by the COVID-19 pandemic. Nevertheless, while it may have slowed them down, it didn’t entirely stop Hollywood from churning out great films, all of which will be celebrated on April 25 at the 93rd Academy Awards. But given that … Read more

Here’s How to Work Out Muscle Knots, According to an Exercise Physiologist

Imagine you’ve just completed a tough upper-body workout. Your muscles feel a bit tired, but all in all, you’re able to go about the rest of your day just fine. The next morning, you wake up and realize the back of your shoulder blade feels stiff. When you rub your shoulder muscles, it feels like … Read more

After Push by Hochul and Adams, an Increase in Court-Ordered Mental Health Treatment

Govt. Hochul and Mayor Adams make an announcement (photo: Ed Reed/Mayor’s Office) According to state data, the number of people placed under court-ordered mental health treatment since April, when lawmakers expanded the court’s power to make such determinations, has increased 60% from the same period a year before. The data, provided by the state Office … Read more

Jordan Norton receives sentencing on two charges

Aug. 6—GOSHEN — A controversial case began the first steps at closing as Jordan Norton, 31, was sentenced Thursday for two of the three charges that resulted in the death of David Artley Aug. 23, 2020. Norton appeared in court for sentencing following his June 4 trial. He was found guilty of battery with a … Read more

Letterplay – The New York Times

SUNDAY PUZZLE — This is one of those Sunday grids where reading Will Shortz’s print introduction before solving affects the experience. He writes: “Tina Labadie lives in London, Ontario. This is her first New York Times crossword. It has one of my favorite kinds of themes — one offering many different ‘ahas.’ The example at … Read more

Phillies win again to gain ground in NL playoff race

Since June 1, the Phillies have played like a team on a mission to end the playoff drought originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia Rob Thomson, who has become a National League manager of the year candidate right before our eyes, offered some perspective on the Phillies’ 10-year playoff absence the other day. He pointed … Read more