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NETFLIX ACCUSED OF USING FOOTAGE OF LACMÉGANTIC QUEBEC DISASTER IN BIRD BOXNETFLIX ACCUSED OF USING FOOTAGE OF LACMÉGANTIC QUEBEC DISASTER IN BIRD BOX

first_imgAdvertisement Smoke rises from railway cars that were carrying crude oil after derailing in downtown Lac-Mégantic, Que., Saturday, July 6, 2013. (Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press) Facebook “I don’t know if this is happening all the time, but we are looking for assurances from Netflix that … they are going to remove them,” Morin said in an interview.“You can be sure we are going to follow up on this, and our citizens are on our side.”High school ethics teacher Guillaume Bouchard was watching the most recent season of Travelers on Netflix over the holidays when he noticed something oddly familiar on his screen. Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment In the science-fiction series, a nuclear device had just exploded on the streets of London, but instead of seeing fires ravaging locations in the U.K. capital, Bouchard was looking at orange flames towering over a small town. At the end of the street, a black oil tanker burned in the background.“I thought: No way. No way did they do that,” Bouchard said in an interview. He paused the show and after a quick internet search had his suspicions confirmed.The brief images on Netflix were taken from real-life footage of one of the deadliest disasters in recent Canadian history, when a train carrying crude oil derailed, exploded and killed 47 people in Lac-Mégantic in 2013.“I don’t know anyone who died in Lac-Mégantic,” Bouchard said. “But if I was someone who lost someone close and I was home and I saw this, I don’t know how I would react.”“It wouldn’t be good.”Travelers, created by Canadian Brad Wright, was shot in Vancouver and produced by Peacock Alley Entertainment Inc., originally in association with Netflix and Showcase. Netflix picked up the show as the exclusive distributor for the latest season, the third.Carrie Mudd, president of Toronto-based Peacock Alley Entertainment, said her company acquired the footage from a stock image vendor called Pond 5, which is based in New York City, and they “weren’t aware of its specific source.” A request for comment from Pond 5 was not returned.“We sincerely apologize and had no intention to dishonour the tragic events of 2013,” Mudd said in an email. “We are already working to replace the footage in the show.” As of Tuesday evening, the images were still part of the Travelers episode available for viewing on Netflix Canada.A spokesman for Netflix did not want to be interviewed, but said the company has contacted Peacock Alley Entertainment, and confirmed the images would be removed. When asked by email to confirm Bird Box also used real-life footage from the disaster, the company said it needed time to look into it.Morin said she first heard of the images used on Travelers Monday.“We find that it’s really a lack of respect, to use these images as fiction and entertainment,” she said. “It’s hard enough for our citizens to see these images when they are used normally and respectfully on the news.“Just imagine, to have them used as fiction, as if they were invented.”On Tuesday, a Lac-Mégantic citizen posted images on social media of the movie Bird Box, where in the early moments of the movie, a television newscast used the images for a few seconds to illustrate a town being under attack.Morin said she viewed the footage posted by the citizen. “We see the images (of Lac-Mégantic) clearly,” she said. The Canadian Press viewed the footage in Bird Box, which is identical to amateur video shot immediately after the derailment. The amateur video can be easily found online.Bouchard said he felt it was his “duty as a citizen’” to go public after identifying the Lac-Mégantic content. He said he knows what happened was a mistake, but “it needed to be talked about.”He said he also considers it a teachable moment he can use in his ethics class. “Naturally, I will talk about it one day (in school),” he said.By Giuseppe Valiante | The Canadian Press A day after learning that a science-fiction show on Netflix used actual footage of the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster, the mayor of the Quebec town said she believes images of the tragedy were used in a second Netflix production, Bird Box.Lac-Mégantic Mayor Julie Morin wants the streaming service to take a look at its movie and TV catalogue to make sure no other production is using images of the tragedy as entertainment. Twitterlast_img read more

Boat Carrying at Least 700 Migrants Capsizes off GreeceBoat Carrying at Least 700 Migrants Capsizes off Greece

Geneva – At least 700 migrants were believed to be on board a boat that capsized off the Greek island of Crete Friday, with hundreds still missing, the International Organization for Migration said.“Over 250 people have been rescued from a shipwreck off Crete which is believed to have left Africa with at least 700 migrants on board,” the organization said in a statement.Along all Mediterranean routes, more than 2500 people have died trying to reach Europe since the beginning of the year, with the vast majority of the fatalities occurring on crossings between Libya and Italy. Some 204,000 migrants and refugees have crossed the Mediterranean to Europe since January, the United Nations refugee agency said on Tuesday.More than 2,500 people have died trying to make the perilous journey this year, with the vast majority of them on crossings between Libya and Italy.With MAP read more

Video: A Group of Extras Wearing Navy Uniforms Threatening Zefzafi and…Video: A Group of Extras Wearing Navy Uniforms Threatening Zefzafi and…

Rabat – A video showing a group of people wearing US Navy uniforms threatening Nasser Zefzafi, the leader of the protest movement in Al Hoceima, spread like wildfire on social networks.The one minute long footage shows the very muscular and strong men, who pretended to be members of the Navy, promising to “break Zefzafi’s bones,” claiming that the activists is “trying to create strife and conflict” between the Rif people and the rest of Moroccans.The man speaking in the video did not chew his words: “there’s many of us, a patch for each and we’ll sink Al Hoceima.” However, the men in questions were mere extras in an American movie that is being currently filmed in Tangier.The actors who took advantage of their costumes to perpetuate such dangerous hate speech, filmed the brief footage to “express” their opinions about what is currently happening in the Northern regions of Morocco.In fact, the man who appears to be the group’s leader, is a bodybuilder in one of Tangier’s gym clubs.A large number of social media users who massively shared the video, believed the group of men to be members of the Moroccan Royal Armed Forces.While some demanded an explanation for the footage, many others didn’t shy from expressing their “admiration” and lauding the hateful and threatening content of the footage, which is a blatant call for violence read more

Ontario objects to parts of US Steels proposed financing plan for CanadianOntario objects to parts of US Steels proposed financing plan for Canadian

TORONTO — Queen’s Park is raising objections about how U.S. Steel proposes to finance its Canadian arm while the former Stelco attempts to forge a court-supervised compromise with its creditors.[np_storybar title=”A case of buyer’s remorse? What went wrong at U.S. Steel Canada” link=”business.financialpost.com/2014/09/17/us-steel-canada-stelco/”]The exuberance that greeted United States Steel Corp.’s purchase of Stelco Inc. in 2007 is a distant memory as the company begins restructuring its Canadian operations under bankruptcy protection. Keep reading. [/np_storybar]Finance Minister Charles Sousa says Queen’s Park has filed an objection with the court to protect the interests of the provincial government and the Ontario steel maker’s employees, retirees, creditors and their communities.“Ontario supports a restructuring that is based on consensus and that gives the best value to employees, retirees, creditors, and communities,” Sousa said in a statement Friday.The government said it’s concerned that some of the conditions attached to about $185 million in temporary funding from Pittsburgh-based U.S. Steel could have a negative impact on employees and retirees of its Canadian subsidiary.U. S. Steel Canada, with operations at Lake Erie Works and Hamilton Works, has the capability of producing approximately 2.6 million tons of steel annually. It employs about 2,000 people and has thousands of retired employees.The company has said it hopes to sell both properties by next October. A sale process for Hamilton Works, which has been permanently closed since December 2013 after being idled in late 2010, could begin within months with a sale of Lake Erie Works in Nanticoke to begin in March.Steelworkers union ‘extremely concerned’ with U.S. Steel Canada restructuringU.S. Steel Corp’s Canadian unit files for creditor protectionU.S. Steel Canada has accumulated an operating loss of about $2.4 billion since 2009 and filed for court protection from creditors on Sept. 16.The province is one of US Steel Canada’s creditors due to a $150-million loan to the company.U.S. Steel Canada has said it will carry on business as usual while it develops and implements a comprehensive restructuring solution under a process government by the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, or CCAA.Typically, a company in CCAA attempts to obtain a committment for money — referred to as debtor-in-possession financing — that can be used to pay its expenses during a process taking months or years to complete. read more

Police received 2033 complaints of sexual abuse last yearPolice received 2033 complaints of sexual abuse last year

The Minister briefed Parliament on the statistics in response to a question raised by the opposition. (Colombo Gazette) The police received 2033 complaints of sexual abuse last year, the Ministry of Law and Order said.Law and Order Minister Sagala Ratnayaka said that in 2013 there were 2175 incident of sexual abuse reported to the police while in 2014 the number of complaints received was 2008.

BC Real Estate Association says June sales still far above 10yearaverageBC Real Estate Association says June sales still far above 10yearaverage

by The Canadian Press Posted Jul 13, 2017 9:33 am MDT Last Updated Jul 13, 2017 at 10:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email B.C. Real Estate Association says June sales still far above 10-year-average VANCOUVER – The British Columbia Real Estate Association says June home sales fell short of record levels set last year but demand remains well above average.The association says 11,671 homes sold in June, down 9.6 per cent from the same period in 2016.The total amount of money changing hands was $8.47 billion, a 5.6 per cent dip compared to the year earlier.The average price of a home continues to climb, nudging $726,000 last month, a jump of 4.4 per cent over June 2016.Association economist Brendon Ogmudson says the health of the B.C. housing market is supported by a strong provincial economy and vigorous job growth.He says the lack of homes for sale is responsible for continuing increases in property prices.“Supply remains a challenge, which means most areas are seeing tight market conditions and significant upward pressure on prices,” Ogmudson says in a news release.Figures from the real estate association show when 2016 is taken out of the mix, residential sales in B.C. continue to rival the heights of the 2015 housing market, which was also well above the 10-year average for home sales. read more

Scouting Michigan A look at the 2015 WolverinesScouting Michigan A look at the 2015 Wolverines

Michigan redshirt senior quarterback Jake Rudock (15) during a game against Penn State on Nov. 21 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania. Credit: Courtesy of TNSThe Ohio State football team lost its first game of the season against then-No. 9 Michigan State last week. But for the Buckeyes, the going is only getting more tough, as they are set to travel to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to take on archrival Michigan (9-2, 6-1) on Saturday. Under the direction of first-year coach Jim Harbaugh, the Wolverines have solidified their place back in the discussion as an elite program. After finishing just 5-7 a year ago, Harbaugh has changed the culture and turned the Wolverines into one of biggest surprises in college football this season. Here is a look at Harbaugh’s squad.Hot Peppers Coming out of high school, Jabrill Peppers was one of the most sought-after recruits in the country. Peppers, a consensus top-five player, eventually chose to take his many talents to Ann Arbor, but his freshman season was cut short after being injured in September. He appeared in just three games, which allowed him to pick up a medical redshirt. Now, the New Jersey native is healthy and showing why college coaches around the nation did everything in their power to get him on their teams. Although he is technically going to start at safety, that is just a label. It doesn’t restrict him.On defense, he will play nearly everything except defensive lineman. In a base package, he plays as the strong safety, but the former state champion in the 100-meter dash will become a cornerback in the nickel. When defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin sends out the dime package in passing situations, Peppers often will slide over and play linebacker to have extra speed on the field. He’s fourth on the team with 40 total tackles, 5.5 of which have been for a loss, and second in pass breakups with 10. When Michigan’s defense gets a stop on third down — which is often, evidenced by the team ranking second in the country in third-down percentage (.232) — Peppers doesn’t leave the field. Instead, he drops back to return punts. On the season, he is averaging 11.4 yards per return, with a long of 41. Now, increasingly more often, Peppers won’t leave the field after he handles his return duties. To take further advantage of his skillset, Harbaugh has begun to play the redshirt freshman on offense, like Charles Woodson did for the Wolverines during his tenure. Peppers has gotten handoffs out of the backfield and taken direct snaps out of the wildcat while also splitting out wide to catch passes. He doesn’t always touch the ball when he lines up on offense, but the possibility of him getting it requires defenses to know where No. 5 is at all times. In total, the 6-foot-1, 205-pound Peppers has 17 offensive touches for 97 yards and two scores. His offensive snaps have increased as the season has progressed, so expect Harbaugh to use him often against the Buckeyes. Incredibly, Peppers is fourth on the team in all-purpose yards with 514. Coaches often talk about players that impact the game in more ways than one. Peppers is the gold-standard of that mantra.Expect him to be all over the field making plays during Saturday’s game. The defense is suffocatingOSU’s offense got smothered by Michigan State’s defense last week. Unfortunately for the Buckeyes, they’re going to be going up against an even better defense on Saturday. Michigan’s defense ranks second in the country in total defense, allowing just 263.1 yards per game. The Wolverines are allowing just 100.2 yards rushing per contest, while Peppers and the secondary are surrendering only 163 yards through the air. Both marks are good for fourth in the nation. The success in shutting down opponents starts with the defensive line. Senior defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow had been anchoring the unit, but he was lost for the season against Rutgers. Despite the loss, junior Maurice Hurst has filled in nicely at nose tackle. Flanking him on both sides are seniors Willie Henry and Chris Wormley.The trio does an incredible job occupying blockers, creating opportunities for the linebacking corps to crowd the line of scrimmage and pile up tackles. Two linebackers — senior Joe Bolden and redshirt senior Desmond Morgan — lead the Wolverines in tackles with 67 and 64, respectively. When teams get the ball on the perimeter, like Utah did against Michigan in the season opener, the linebackers get exposed a little bit because they’re not necessarily elite athletes. They’re an instinctive, hard-nose group, but that is their one weakness. Alongside Peppers in the secondary, juniors Chandler Stribbling, a physical 6-foot-2 cornerback, and Jourdan Lewis, are fundamentally sound. Durkin, who was a graduate assistant at Bowling Green under OSU coach Urban Meyer from 2001-02, will be creative in his blitz and coverage packages to try and confuse the Buckeye offense. The Scarlet and Gray offense will be motivated to get back its high-powered ways, but to do so, it will have to navigate its way past the talented Wolverine defense. Trending upFrom the season opener to now, the Michigan offense is different like night and day.The unit started slow, but as redshirt senior Jake Rudock, a graduate transfer from Iowa in his first year with the program, started to become more confident in Harbaugh’s scheme, the offense started to click. After scoring just 17 points against Utah in Week 1, the Wolverines have not scored fewer than 23 points in any game. Michigan, arguably, has the most talented group of pass catchers that OSU has faced at any point this season. Redshirt junior wide receivers Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson — who have combined for 1160 receiving yards and 12 scores — will test the Buckeyes’ secondary with their top-end speed and precise route running. Complementing the duo is 6-foot-6 junior tight end Jake Butt. The Pickerington, Ohio, native uses his size to his advantage and is one of Rudock’s favorite targets on third down.  Beyond those three, a strong group consisting of senior tight end A.J. Williams, freshman wide receiver Grant Perry and junior running back De’Veon Smith provide Rudock additional hands to throw to. Smith is also the leading rusher, carrying the ball 145 times for 621 yards and six touchdowns. The Warren, Ohio, native is a serviceable player, but this Michigan offense relies heavily on Rudock’s play. But as of late, Rudock’s play has been as good as any quarterback in the Big Ten. In the past three games, he’s thrown for over 344 yards and three touchdowns per game. As long as he continues that level of play, the Michigan offense will test the OSU defense on Saturday. Beyond the Buckeyes If Michigan beats OSU, and Michigan State loses to Penn State, then the Wolverines will be traveling to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec 5. If the said scenario does not happen, then Harbaugh and his team will wait patiently for its undecided bowl game. read more

A good month for LaroxA good month for Larox

first_imgIn June, Larox received four major new orders to supply filters to mining companies in South Africa, Zambia and India. Total value of the orders is some €10 million. Deliveries will take place at the end of this year and during the first half of 2007.The repeat order from South Africa is for three units of the biggest Larox PF Automatic Pressure Filters for Platinum Group Metals (PGM) concentrate filtration. The contract also includes a comprehensive service package.The delivery to Zambia is for a copper mine and consists of a large size Larox PF filter for copper concentrate filtration. An iron ore producer in India has placed a repeat order for two Ceramec Capillary Action Disc Filters for pellet plant feed filtration.Larox says the orders received “indicate the continuing very strong activity, especially in the global mining industry and strengthen further Larox’s position as one of the world’s leading filtration solution providers.last_img read more

Rescue efforts begin for giant ship adrift off Cork coastRescue efforts begin for giant ship adrift off Cork coast

first_imgThe Abuk Lion this morning, as seen from the LE Roisín (Pic: Defence Forces) A RESCUE EFFORT is beginning again this morning to help a giant freighter stranded off the Cork coast.The large Russian vessel was on its way to St Petersburg when it ran into engine trouble in the water some 30 miles off the coast of Kinsale just before 3pm on Sunday.Efforts to get to the vessel to provide assistance were hampered by harsh weather, with conditions in the area this morning described as “challenging”.The Irish Coast Guard said the operation to tow the ship to safety began at first light today. The naval vessel LÉ Roisín is assisting in the operation and has taken up station at the scene.It is not thought that the vessel is in any immediate danger.The vessel, the Abuk Lion, has 13 crew on board.The ship being towed to safety by a tug. (Pic: Defence Forces) Read: Driver rescued from Achill lake after car plunges in during treacherous conditions > Video: Man rescued from air pocket after boat sinks in the Atlantic >last_img read more

Shortage of cabs due to cricketShortage of cabs due to cricket

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A shortage of taxis on Saturday night in Melbourne may be a real possibility due to the Cricket World Cup final tomorrow between India and Sri Lanka. “I believe there will be a shortage,” said John Vlassopoulos, director, Amabassador taxis to Neos Kosmos. “It depends on the drivers but most cricket fans like to watch their matches live and that’s where the problem is.” With 95 per cent of the fleet being of Indian descent, Vlassopoulos said that “this could be devastating.” “In the taxi industry, the drivers are self-employed so they earn the money and they pay the operators 50 per cent of their takings. When major events like this happen it can be crippling to our industry and the city. Vlassopoulos said he is talking to his drivers to change their views and record the match and watch it later. He said that the government may also pitch in and have a 24 hour tram and bus service tonight.last_img read more

Charity Event for Fronditha CareCharity Event for Fronditha Care

first_imgIf you are willing to make your own contribution and give back to Fronditha Care, community based organisation that provides services to Australian elders of Greek speaking background, the charity event on Sunday is a place to be. The League of Greeks from Egypt and Middle East (EEAMA) invites you to their Sunday Afternoon Tea – Fundraiser for Fronditha Care. Admission is $20. The money raised on the day will go to Fronditha Care. When: Sunday 21 July at 2.30 pm Where: Stars International, 1C Bell Street, Preston (Melbourne) For more information and to make a booking, contact Luke Rizopoulos, on (03) 9330 0115, or 0408 361 122 Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

LUnivers primordial observé comme jamais auparavant grâce au VLTLUnivers primordial observé comme jamais auparavant grâce au VLT

first_imgL’Univers primordial observé comme jamais auparavant grâce au VLTLes astronomes ont pu observer, grâce au Very Large Telescope (VLT) de l’ESO, le moment où l’Univers était encore primordial et absorbait le rayonnement ultraviolet des jeunes galaxies. Une phase connu sous le nom d'”âge sombre”.Une équipe internationale d’astronomes a pu, grâce au Very Large Telescope, observer l’Univers à son origine la plus lointaine, il y a environ 13 milliards d’années, soit moins d’un milliard d’années après le Big-Bang. A cette période, l’Univers n’était pas entièrement transparent. Il était rempli d’un brouillard d’hydrogène qui absorbait le rayonnement ultraviolet émis par les galaxies. Puis, il s’est soudainement éclairci au cours d’une phase appelée réionisation, quittant ainsi l'”âge sombre” pour passer au stade lumineux, l’Univers transparent d’aujourd’hui.À lire aussiSpaceX : un satellite d’Elon Musk manque d’entrer en collision avec un satellite de l’ESAAu cours de leurs travaux, les scientifiques ont ainsi pu regarder l’Univers primordial et plusieurs galaxies parmi les plus lointaines jamais détectées. Ils ont également pu mesurer leurs distances avec précision et établir pour la première fois une séquence chronologique de la période de réionisation. Le brouillard d’hydrogène de l’Univers primordial se levait alors, permettant pour la première fois à la lumière ultraviolette de se propager.”Nous voyons une différence spectaculaire dans la quantité de lumière ultraviolette qui a été bloquée entre les premières et les dernières galaxies de notre échantillon”, explique Laura Pentericci de l’Observatoire astronomique de Rome, auteur principal de l’étude. “Lorsque l’Univers avait seulement 780 millions d’années, cet hydrogène neutre était assez abondant, et remplissait de 10 à 50% du volume de l’Univers. Mais seulement 200 millions d’années après, la quantité d’hydrogène neutre a chuté à un niveau très bas, semblable à ce que nous voyons aujourd’hui. Il semble que la phase de réionisation a dû se passer plus rapidement que les astronomes ne le pensaient jusque-là”, cite Sciences et avenir.Mais les astronomes ne savent pas encore exactement pour quelles raisons ce brouillard d’hydrogène s’est levé. L’énergie qui a permis la réionisation a pu provenir de la lumière générée par la première génération d’étoiles ou par l’intense rayonnement émis par la matière lorsque qu’elle tombe vers les trous noirs. Il faudra donc encore davantage d’études avant de pouvoir élucider ce mystère. Le 13 octobre 2011 à 12:51 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

DC Comics Jim Lee Shares Awesome Monochromatic Sketch of DBZs GokuDC Comics Jim Lee Shares Awesome Monochromatic Sketch of DBZs Goku

first_img If you’ve seen Dragon Ball Z, then you know exactly why anyone would love and idolize Goku. The Super Saiyan with a heart of gold is a massively popular character, and pretty much everyone knows who he is, even without watching the newest season, Dragon Ball Super. Goku is a beloved part of pop culture, so it would make sense that DC Comics’ seasoned artist Jim Lee would decide to draw him.Lee happens to think Goku is the bee’s knees too, and who wouldn’t? So the artist decided to share his “first” and only stab at bringing the Super Saiyan legend to life. The talented comic artist threw down Goku with pen and paper in such a way that looks unmistakably like Lee’s signature art style, and yet like it was pulled from the pages of the Dragon Ball manga series.Here’s what I streames this morning: my first (and only) Goku 😉 pic.twitter.com/Pj2wY9S2pN— Jim Lee (@JimLee) April 9, 2018The artist made Goku come to life and leap off the page with just black ink, and now fans who follow Lee on Twitter are practically beside themselves clamoring for Lee to make something official with Dragon Ball. This version of Goku looks much like a more lithe, lean and somehow simultaneously beefy version of the anime Goku, but one thing’s for certain: He can still kick pretty much anyone’s butt.Jim Lee is a Korean-American artist who founded Image Comics before heading to DC Comics at a later time in his career. He’s been working on titles such as Suicide Squad and Dark Days. Judging by his talent working with familiar Dragon Ball Z characters, it looks like he could be a manga artist too, if he really wanted to. What do you think about Lee’s take on the Saiyan? Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. New Adidas ‘Dragon Ball Z’ Shoes Are On the WayThe Best and Most Loved Anime Series of All Time center_img Stay on targetlast_img read more

Schopf Schalke can beat DortmundSchopf Schalke can beat Dortmund

first_imgSchalke 04 midfielder Alessandro Schopf believes victory over a world-class team like Borussia Dortmund is possible in Saturday’s derbyFollowing last season’s second-place finish, Schalke have struggled this time around and currently find themselves only 12th in the Bundesliga table.The Royal Blues have only won four times in 13 league games this term and will now face the runaway and unbeaten leaders Dortmund this weekend.But, while he has a lot of respect for Dortmund, Schopf sees no reasons why they cannot inflict a first defeat on their rivals ahead of the Revierderby.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“Dortmund are currently a world-class team and are rightly the league leaders,” Schopf told WAZ.“It’s important for us to be defensively compact and look for our chances going forward. We want find our feet with fight and the right mentality and then play football as well.”“If we perform, we can beat Dortmund in front of our home crowd.”The Schalke and Dortmund derby will take place at the Veltins-Arena with kick-off set for 15:30 (CET).last_img read more

Dave Scott kicks off Restaurant Week 2018Dave Scott kicks off Restaurant Week 2018

first_imgDave Scott kicks off Restaurant Week 2018 Updated: 6:17 PM Dave Scott, KUSI Newsroom, Posted: September 24, 2018 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – With over 180 restaurants participating in this year’s Restaurant Week, KUSI’s Dave Scott and crew made their way downtown to Graystone Steakhouse. center_img September 24, 2018 Dave Scott, KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more