Suspects in Hollywood Walk of Fame Stabbing Each Held on $1 Million Bail
Chase, however, understood from the very beginning what a gem he had in Gandolfini. No one else could have played Tony, not with such greatness, not with such humility. Chase knew to let Gandolfini dominate the screen and Gandolfini knew to let Tony Soprano dominate him. I hate that the movie industry missed that — miscasting, misplacing, misunderstanding the actor most in his post-Soprano days.
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George Brown, 50, was released on bond Thursday, two days after his arrest. Brown, who stands more than 6 feet tall and sports thick dreadlocks that fall to his ankles, said little other than “yes” and “no” during a brief appearance Thursday morning in federal court in Fort Lauderdale. His attorney Michael Entin said he needs to review the evidence in the case before Brown’s arraignment on July 9. As roadway lighting coordinator for Miami-Dade’s Department of Public Works and Waste Management since 2009, Brown’s job responsibilities include overseeing the installation and maintenance of more than 45,000 street lights in the county.
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The commission is set to approve the rest of the contract, which will cost the city $4.6 million, at its July 3 meeting. “It’s about time,” said Commissioner Peter Hernandez, who added that the new deal was a step toward restoring some of the pay and benefits taken away when the city declared financial urgency in 2010 and 2011. “We are not near where we were, but, frankly, we can’t afford that.
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Christine Calderon, 23, of Lynwood, Calif., was walking with a friend Tuesday evening near the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue when they saw three men panhandling and holding signs, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a news release. ABC News Three men are being held on $1 million each… View Full Size ABC News Three men are being held on $1 million each in connection with the fatal stabbing of 23-year-old Christina Calderon on Hollywood Boulevard. Woman Claims Self-Defense in Stiletto Death Watch Video Ga.
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