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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Movies Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by BySopan Deb and Dave Itzkoff May 27, 2018 “Avengers: Infinity War” is still going strong a month after it opened, even though its whopper of a cliffhanger ending continues to divide audiences. The final chapter of the film isn’t set to hit theaters until May 2019, and the filmmakers faced a task familiar to writers of franchises going back to “Star Wars”: How do you plot out the penultimate film in a series so that you both satisfy audiences of the current film and make them want to return for more? We spoke to the screenwriters behind “Infinity War,” “The Empire Strikes Back” and other series, and asked them how they approached writing the film before the one that brings a story to a close. Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Spoiler alert! (Don’t read … [Read more...] about Screenwriters Talk Shop: How to Get Audiences to Return for Part 2
CUMBERLAND – Because Lincoln’s finest had manufactured quite the lead in the top of the first inning, then tacked on a few more runs in the second, J.T. Snodgrass strolled to the plate at Garvin Field with a vengeance in the back half of the frame.After all, he’s a Cumberland kid who doesn’t like to lose. He knows all about the rivalry between the two towns, and would NOT be denied.Following a couple of “feel-him-out” pitches, Snodgrass ripped a hard grounder to short and beat it out for a hit. Teammate Hope Fitzgerald followed suit with another infield single, and 12-year-old Jonathan Leddy knocked what looked like a foul ball down the third-base stripe, though it was ruled a hit. The bags loaded, Connor Lizotte – call him the wily veteran of the Cumberland lineup – then wheeled up to the left-handed batter’s box. Bothered little by the tense situation, the 17-year-old CHS junior eyed each pitch carefully, and – … [Read more...] about Cumberland Challenger Division kids love to Play Ball!
CHRISTOPHER MELE, New York Times 2:13 pm, Saturday, May 5, 2018 Photo: Joyce Marshall, Freelance / For The Chronicle Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Tonya Stevens got about $5,000 in purchases from Conn's and got called 1800 times about the debt over a 13 month period. She is seeking more than $2 million in damages from the excessive calling on Friday, April 13, 2018 in Sherman, Texas. The government can't keep up with the complaints so consumers like Tonya have to take matters in their own hands and file lawsuits. ( Joyce Marshall /For the Chronicle) less Tonya Stevens got about $5,000 in purchases from Conn's and got called 1800 times about the debt over a 13 month period. She is seeking more than $2 million in damages from the excessive calling on Friday, ... more Photo: Joyce Marshall, Freelance / For The Chronicle … [Read more...] about Robocalls flooding your cellphone? Here’s how to stop them
PHOENIX (AP) — Tens of thousands of Arizona teachers are poised to walk off the job this week to demand more funding for public education, an unprecedented action in this conservative state without many union protections.Educators who are among the lowest-paid in the U.S. have organized weeks of protests seeking raises and a boost in overall school funding, culminating in a vote for the first-ever statewide strike.It comes despite a plan from Republican Gov. Doug Ducey to increase teacher pay 20 percent by 2020. Teachers are concerned about a lack of stable funding and a failure to address other demands. A grass-roots teachers group mobilized the #RedforEd campaign, with backing from the Arizona Education Association, the largest teacher membership group. But the association lacks the power to collectively bargain with school districts or require mandatory participation in this right-to-work state.That has led to a disparity across school districts in how to handle the walkout … [Read more...] about Q&A: How walkout by Arizona teachers is expected to play out