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Entertainment See Every Star at Art Basel 2022

18:21  04 december  2022
18:21  04 december  2022 Source:   eonline.com

Sydney Sweeney, Salma Hayek, Quinta Brunson & More Arrivals From The LACMA Art + Film Gala 2022 – Photos

  Sydney Sweeney, Salma Hayek, Quinta Brunson & More Arrivals From The LACMA Art + Film Gala 2022 – Photos The LACMA Art + Film gala 2022 was rich with big stars showing off their most glamorous looks as they arrived at the event. Sydney Sweeney, Salma Hayek, Quinta Brunson, Henry Golding, Paris Hilton and more celebrities walked the red carpet and you can see their looks in the photo gallery posted above. This year This year the Los Angeles County Museum of Art honored Helen Pashgian and Park Chan-wook.

Some 350 positions will be lost as all publicly owned liquor stores in Saskatchewan are closed. © Don Healy Some 350 positions will be lost as all publicly owned liquor stores in Saskatchewan are closed.

With the announcement to sell the remaining publicly owned liquor stores to private enterprise, more than 350 employees are staring at the prospect of unemployment . In October, Premier Scott Moe stated that his government is getting out of the retail business because, “We want to focus our efforts as a government on what people view as a core business.” He went on to explain that core businesses to the government are often considered those that offer health-care services, those that assist in building new health-care facilities, and those in the education and highway sectors.

Madonna: Her sulphurous "Sex" photograph book reissued by Saint Laurent Rive Right and exhibited at Miami

 Madonna: Her sulphurous © Saint Laurent Rive Right displays sex exhibition by Madonna and Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent Rive Right, at the Foire D 'Art Miami Beach by Art Basel in 2022. Three little letters and a big scandal. On October 21, 1992, Madonna flared up good morals around the world by publishing sex or rather sex, in capital letters, a book of erotic photographs. The publication accompanied the release of his fifth album on the title, also, evocative: Erotica.

If this narrative seems familiar, folks might recall the 2017 closure of the Saskatchewan Transportation Company . Despite promises that they would not privatize Crown corporations, the Saskatchewan Party continues to dismantle our province, piece by piece.

The government has chronically refused to fund and staff both health care and education. It has outsourced public health-care services to private corporations , systemically chipping away at the services that support all residents enjoy until they are a skeleton of what they once were.

The shortsighted decision to sell the remaining publicly owned liquor stores cannot be considered an effort to focus on core business, because the very act of doing so will leave residents unemployed and the government will lose the profits that these stores provide to help fund public services.

The most prominent election-deniers lost their races. But at least 176 have won so far.

  The most prominent election-deniers lost their races. But at least 176 have won so far. More than 370 Republican candidates on the ballot denied or questioned the 2020 election results, according to a New York Times analysis.The legally challenged, twice-impeached former president has put great effort into continuing to rebrand the Republican Party while in his Mar-a-Lago home. He made more than 250 general election endorsements, according to Ballotpedia. Many of his endorsees have echoed his lies that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him.

How did this government go from aspirations of representing the best interests of Saskatchewan to believing that dismantling our assets is a good idea?

Martin Been, Saskatoon

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Hope Hicks told Trump that January 6 was as bad as everyone said it was and he complained that it wasn't fair that he was being blamed .
The January 6 House Select Committee released almost 50 witness testimony transcripts Friday, days after recommending that the DOJ prosecute Trump.In testimony featured in the January 6 House committee's final hearing, Hope Hicks testified that former President Donald Trump told her that no one would care about his legacy if he lost the 2020 election and that the only thing that mattered was winning.

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