He Helped Build an Artists’ Utopia. Now He Faces Trial for 36 Deaths There. Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Feature Max Harris did chores and collected rent at the artists’ warehouse where he lived. Now he faces trial for the deaths at a concert there — including some of his close friends. Max Harris at Santa Rita Jail. Credit Credit Katy Grannan for The New York Times Supported by ByElizabeth Weil Dec. 12, 2018 Once a week, Max Harris is allowed to leave his 6-by-12-foot cell to go outside. The first thing he does, before the other inmates arrive in the small cement yard in Santa Rita Jail, is run around and yell, “Safari!” as he picks up all the bugs — the furry moths with leopard spots, the grasshoppers in jade armor. He wants to move them out of harm’s way before other men in red-and-white-striped jumpsuits start playing basketball. Sometimes he’ll find a … [Read more...] about He Helped Build an Artists’ Utopia. Now He Faces Trial for 36 Deaths There.
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The largest single-masted sailing yacht ever built is parked in Portland Harbor and towering over DiMillo’s Marina in the Old Port. Called the M5 and measuring about 277 feet long by 54 feet wide, the massive pleasure craft arrived Monday, a DiMillo’s employee said.Where it’s headed or who’s aboard has not be publicly disclosed, but according to MarineTraffic.com, the vessel sailed to Maine from Newport, Rhode Island. But one thing is for sure – the owner is likely wealthier than your wildest dreams. “The guys who have the money and the wherewithal to do this have large egos and it takes a very large yacht to carry them,” said John Hanson, publisher of Maine Boats, Homes and Harbors magazine. Hanson said the original owners of boats this size are typically open and public about it, while those who buy them “used” tend to be more discreet. “The first owner builds it as a way to show how big and powerful he is,” Hanson … [Read more...] about Super yacht docked in Portland Harbor among world’s largest
A Kittery man has agreed to pay nearly $400,000 in fines and interest for illegally soliciting investors for a medical cannabis operation on Craigslist, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said. Richard J. Greenlaw raised roughly $500,000 from at least 59 investors by offering securities in 20 cannabis-related businesses on the popular classified advertising website despite not being registered with the SEC, the commission said in a statement Tuesday.Greenlaw has agreed to turn over proceeds from his illegal solicitations in the amount of $340,142, plus pay a civil penalty of $50,000, the SEC said. The settlement is subject to court approval. Names of the businesses that Greenlaw purported to represent included NECS LLC (doing business as New England Cannabis Solutions LLC), MaineCS LLC, MassCS LLC, VTCS LLC, NHCS LLC and several others, the SEC said. Greenlaw sold ownership interests in the companies to investors in at least 21 states by posting advertisements on Craigslist, … [Read more...] about Kittery man who sought investors for cannabis business on Craigslist takes a hit from the SEC
By CAROLYN HAX, SYNDICATED COLUMNIST Updated 4:19 pm CDT, Wednesday, August 22, 2018 Dear Carolyn: Three years ago, our then-2-year-old daughter was in an accident while visiting my family for the first time without us, which resulted in her losing two fingers. Her father and I went through a VERY rough patch as a couple, because he was against her going in the first place -- but we got through it. Fast forward to now. My mom asked if our daughter could visit, and due to a scheduling conflict neither of us would be able to go with her. My mom has invited our daughter to visit several times since the accident but I've always gently shut her down out of respect for my partner, because he feels the same as he did three years ago. I feel terrible, but she hasn't really gotten the hint that it's a contentious issue, and she just keeps asking. I am now reasonably comfortable with our daughter visiting without us being there, but he is not, and it is causing conflict. What … [Read more...] about Carolyn Hax: Toddler daughter suffers injury while visiting family
Algernon D'Ammassa Las Cruces Sun-News Published 6:00 p.m. UTC Aug 1, 2018 LAS CRUCES - If you are planning to travel and need to make arrangements for your dog, where do you look? If you just need someone to check in on your dog while you're away from home, take your furry friend for a walk or provide safe play time with other dogs, where do you turn? Dog-walking and similar services, such as boarding dogs in a private home rather than a kennel, are nothing new but in the age of tech-based peer-to-peer enterprises such as Uber and Airbnb, the process of connecting providers with pet owners has graduated from community bulletin boards, classified ads and Craigslist to apps that can be downloaded to your phone or tablet. One of the major players in the dog-care app market is Seattle-based Rover.com, which is quietly expanding its reach in the El Paso and Las Cruces market. Most of its advertising is through referral and word of mouth. More: Xena was found, … [Read more...] about Dog walking service marks its territory in Las Cruces