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A journey through the films of Powell and Pressburger, courtesy of Scorsese and Schoonmaker

A journey through the films of Powell and Pressburger, courtesy of Scorsese and Schoonmaker

NEW YORK (AP) — Martin Scorsese has spent a sizeable portion of his life talking about movies he loves.
Celebrity birthdays for the week of July 21-27

Celebrity birthdays for the week of July 21-27

Celebrity birthdays for the week of July 21-27: July 21: Actor Leigh Lawson (“Tess”) is 81. Singer Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) is 76. Cartoonist Garry Trudeau (“Doonesbury”) is 76. Actor Jamey Sheridan (“Homeland”) is 73.
Broiled pork tenderloin tenderized with fresh pineapple makes tacos al pastor a weeknight affair

Broiled pork tenderloin tenderized with fresh pineapple makes tacos al pastor a weeknight affair

Tacos al pastor is a dish from Mexico with Levantine roots stemming from the 19th century when Lebanese immigrants arrived, bringing their tradition of vertical spits for roasting lamb shawarma.
Burberry appoints a new CEO as the fashion house warns it expects a first-half operating loss

Burberry appoints a new CEO as the fashion house warns it expects a first-half operating loss

LONDON (AP) — British luxury fashion house Burberry said Monday it has appointed Joshua Schulman, formerly head of Michael Kors and Coach, as its new chief executive officer as the company warned it expected to record an operating loss in the first h
Alberta to relax rule on buying oil, gas wells if municipal taxes unpaid

Alberta to relax rule on buying oil, gas wells if municipal taxes unpaid

EDMONTON — The Alberta government plans to relax a rule that requires energy companies seeking to buy viable wells from bankruptcy proceedings to first pay all the failed producer's outstanding taxes.
'Anti-scab' law could wreak havoc on telecom networks during strikes, industry warns

'Anti-scab' law could wreak havoc on telecom networks during strikes, industry warns

The industry representing Canadian telecommunications carriers and manufacturers is warning that new "anti-scab" legislation could leave Canadians in the dark if a network goes down during a labour stoppage.
US health officials confirm four new bird flu cases, in Colorado poultry workers

US health officials confirm four new bird flu cases, in Colorado poultry workers

Four poultry workers in Colorado have been diagnosed with bird flu, health officials confirmed Sunday. The new cases bring the U.S.
Kate, the Princess of Wales, hands Carlos Alcaraz his Wimbledon trophy in a rare appearance for her

Kate, the Princess of Wales, hands Carlos Alcaraz his Wimbledon trophy in a rare appearance for her

Kate revealed in March that she has an unspecified form of cancer and was undergoing chemotherapy.
Extravagant wedding celebrations for the son of Asia's richest man conclude with a reception

Extravagant wedding celebrations for the son of Asia's richest man conclude with a reception

MUMBAI, India (AP) — A wedding reception on Sunday wrapped up the monthslong celebrations as the youngest son of Mukesh Ambani, Asia’s richest man, married his longtime girlfriend with a price tag running into the millions.
James Sikking, star of 'Hill Street Blues' and 'Doogie Howser, MD,' dies at 90

James Sikking, star of 'Hill Street Blues' and 'Doogie Howser, MD,' dies at 90

James Sikking, who starred as a hardened police lieutenant on “Hill Street Blues” and as the titular character's kindhearted dad on “Doogie Howser, M.D.,” has died at 90.