The Daily Populous

Tuesday September 10th, 2019 day edition

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During the 1980s, King struggled with alcohol and drug addictions—which spiraled out of control until his family staged an intervention.

I don’t say that with pride or shame, only with a vague sense of sorrow and loss,” King revealed.

I wish I could remember enjoying the good parts as I put them down on the page.”.

In a conversation with Blatt, the animal handler asked “Why don’t you use a different kind of dog?

As a horror movie buff, King really appreciated the unique directing style Teague exhibited in the 1980 creature feature Alligator.

So when Taft International picked up the film rights to Cujo, he suggested that they hire Teague to take the helm.

Upon arriving at their Los Angeles facility, he dropped out of NYU altogether and started executing various jobs in the film industry. »

Trump Had Deal With Scotland Airport That Sent Flight Crews to His Resort

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A Defense Department official added on Monday that “yes — the Air Force relies on a contracted representative at the Prestwick airport to support our aircrew needs.”.

Since October 2017, records show 917 payments for expenses including fuel at the airport worth a total of $17.2 million.

As a result, the Air Force is now reviewing policies on where crews are put up in hotels during international trips. »

Netflix, Amazon Movies Barred From Toronto International Film Fest's Industry Screening Venue

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Exhibitor Cineplex says only TIFF titles that respect "the traditional theatrical model" may play on Scotiabank Theatres screens.

There's a survival thriller at the Toronto International Film Festival playing out offscreen this week at Scotiabank Theatres, the traditional Press & Industry screening venue.

As a result, TIFF scheduled films that do not comply with their traditional theatrical windows, in other venues," the festival told THR in a statement. »

Amazon Employees Will Walk Out Over Climate Change Inaction

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And WayFair staff left their desks after learning that the retailer profited from migrant detention centers run by US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.

Over 900 Amazon employees have signed an internal petition pledging to walk out over their employer’s lack of action on climate change.

In the petition, Amazon Employees for Climate Justice—the group of workers organizing the walkout—outlined three specific demands for the company and its CEO, Jeff Bezos. »