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September 14th, 2019

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'Queer Eye' Fab Five Get Fashionable For Creative Arts Emmys 2019!

The Queer Eye Fab Five won big at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards!

The group – Jonathan Van Ness, Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Karamo Brown – hit the red carpet at the event on Saturday evening (September 14) at The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

They were also joined at the event by Marie Kondo.

During the ceremony, Queer Eye was up for several awards and took home Outstanding Structured Reality Program, Outstanding Casting for a Reality Program, Outstanding Directing for a Reality Program and Outstanding Picture Editing for a Structured Reality!

Congratulations to the Fab Five!

While the Creative Arts Emmys take place this weekend, the Primetime Emmys will take place on September 22 at 8 PM ET.

Make sure to check out the full list of nominees and get the details about this year’s host!

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Rachel Bloom Announces She’s Pregnant With Her First Child – E! NEWS

September 14th, 2019
Rachel Bloom, 2019 Creative Arts Emmy Awards

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Rachel Bloom has a lot to smile about!

After winning an Emmy for best original music and lyrics on Saturday night, the 32-year-old star shared the exciting and special news that she’s pregnant with her first child. While soaking up her award at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys and speaking backstage, she joked that everyone kept asking what she planned to do next. Well, they got their answer because she dropped the major news about her little nugget.

“I’m three months pregnant and I get to tell my child she was with me when this happened, which is pretty f–king cool,” she said during the backstage press room.

The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend actress and co-creator also shared the announcement on social media, writing, “WE WON AN EMMY!!!!!!! also btw I’m pregnant.”

In true Bloom fashion, though, she teased that her real baby was her Emmy. She won the award along with Adam Schlesinger and Jack Dolgen for the song “Antidepressants Are So Not A Big Deal.”

The actress couldn’t have asked for a better night, as she celebrated her first Emmy win. “This is my first Emmy and I’m so happy! It’s really cool,” she said backstage. “I’m so happy to be winning with my brothers, it feels better than if I were winning alone.”

For tonight’s star-studded event, Bloom dazzled (and possibly paid tribute to her baby) on the red carpet with a blush-colored gown that hugged all of her curves. She tied her effortlessly elegant look together with gold strappy heels and large hoop earrings.

Congrats to Bloom on both her baby and much-deserved win!

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17 year-old killed, five taken to hospital in Mississauga shooting – Global News

September 14th, 2019

Peel police say that a 17 year-old has been killed and another five injured after a shooting in Mississauga.

Emergency officials responded to Morning Star Drive and Darcel Avenue after receiving a call for a shooting at 6:22 p.m.

WATCH: Emergency officials on scene after one dead, five taken to hospital in Mississauga shooting

According to Peel paramedics, one male was pronounced dead at the scene. An adult male is in life-threatening condition and a male under the age of 18 is in serious but non-life threatening condition.

A fourth victim, who paramedics describe as a “youth female,” is in serious but non-life threatening condition.

The fifth and sixth victims were also taken to hospital with various injuries.

Unable to confirm the age and gender of the injured, Peel Regional Police Const. Iryna Yashnyk also said there isn’t any information that can be provided on the suspects.

“It’s very much an active scene and dynamic investigation,” said Yashnyk. “We’re speaking with several witnesses and we’ll be canvassing for video.”

READ MORE: Communities concerned after 17 shot in Toronto over long weekend (Aug. 6)

Photos taken at the scene show a heavy police presence. Peel officers say that multiple units, including that of tactical and K9, were in the area.

This is a breaking news story, more information to come.

david.lao@globalnews.ca

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Yang: SNL Comedian Shouldn’t Lose His Job for Slur Against Me – PJ Media

September 14th, 2019

On Thursday, Saturday Night Live (SNL) announced new cast members, including Shane Gillis. Shortly thereafter, news outlets reported a long list of racial slurs Gillis had uttered on a podcast in May. The comedian had mocked 2020 Democratic candidate and businessman Andrew Yang, calling him a “Jew ch*nk.” Yang displayed both grace and class in his response, a breath of fresh air in modern American politics.

During the podcast episode, Gillis randomly burst out with the word “chin*,” leading the group to laugh uproariously. The word is a racial slur against Chinese and other East Asian people.

He went on to mock the Democratic candidates, starting with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). “That Jew ch*nk? Commie Jew ch*nk? Next, please, next. Gimme your next candidate, Dems. Jew ch*nk, next. Actually, they are running a Jew ch*nk—Chang, dude,” he said.

Gillis clearly used a racial slur, and it seems the comedians thought it funny precisely because it would be seen as offensive. But that’s often how comedy works.

Gillis published a statement making it clear that he meant no offense.

“I’m a comedian who pushes boundaries. I sometimes miss. If you go through my 10 years of comedy, most of it bad, you’re going to find a lot of bad misses,” he wrote. “I’m happy to apologize to anyone who’s actually offended by anything I’ve said. My intention is never to hurt anyone but I am trying to be the best comedian I can be and sometimes that requires risks.”

On Saturday, Yang had a particularly classy response. “Shane – I prefer comedy that makes people think and doesn’t take cheap shots. But I’m happy to sit down and talk with you if you’d like,” the candidate tweeted. In a follow-up tweet, he added, “For the record, I do not think he should lose his job. We would benefit from being more forgiving rather than punitive. We are all human.”

Yang’s message seems to imply the candidate took offense — which would be completely understandable. But the businessman offered to sit down with the comedian to talk about it, and he did something more. In an age of increasing hostility where “cancel culture” has become a phenomenon, he offered an olive branch.

Yang took a concrete step toward reversing the culture of outrage and immediate firings that threatens to turn American popular culture into a minefield. Political correctness has reached epidemic levels, and comedians — of all people — are terrified of getting fired for saying the wrong thing.

America’s popular and political culture are in desperate need of a little grace, and Andrew Yang provided some of that grace.

National Review‘s David French has long advocated for that kind of grace, and he praised Yang for it.

“As I said on our recent podcast with [Alexandra DeSanctis], the thing I like about Yang is that he seems to genuinely like people and have affection for all Americans, a rare quality in American politics,” he tweeted.

While some warned that Yang should not “sit down with a hateful bigot like” Gillis, Yang’s response set an example for others to follow.

Americans should not minimize the pain that racial slurs cause, but they also shouldn’t form outrage mobs to destroy people like Gillis.

The Christian worldview provides a great explanation and solution to these problems. According to the Bible, each human being has sinned and offended God in concrete ways. Yet God Himself made the sacrifice to reconcile us to Him, giving an example of grace that can help mend the broken relationships in our own lives. Offering that grace to those who wrong us can be far more powerful than playing into the outrage culture.

Andrew Yang is not likely to be the Democratic candidate for president, but I’m glad he’s out there to be an example in this case. Regardless of his policies — most of which I obviously disagree with — we need more politicians like him.

Follow Tyler O’Neil, the author of this article, on Twitter at @Tyler2ONeil.

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Please don’t kiss your chickens, CDC asks – ABC15 Arizona

September 14th, 2019

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention would like for everyone to please refrain from kissing their chickens. And from snuggling them. And from eating with them. And from inviting them in their homes.

As a matter of fact, it’s probably a good idea for people to just give their chickens some space.

The CDC and health officials have been investigating several multi-state outbreaks of salmonella linked to contact with backyard poultry — meaning chicks, ducklings and the like.

The organization issued an update to its investigation on August 30, and cautioned all chicken keepers to wash their hands with soap and water after touching poultry or anything where such animals roam.

The CDC reports that as of August 23, there have been more than 1,000 cases of salmonella from the outbreak across 49 states. Two people have died from the infection, and 175 people have been hospitalized.

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For those wondering why the CDC felt compelled to caution people against getting too cozy with their poultry, the phenomenon is apparently more common than one might think.

A 2016 study from the CDC showed that an alarming number of people have apparently contracted salmonella from kissing their fowl friends. Of the chicken-related salmonella cases the CDC studied from 1990 to 2014, thirteen percent of patients had shared a smooch with birds.

Meanwhile, 49 percent of patients the CDC studied said they had snuggled baby chicks, and 46 percent said they kept chickens in the house. Ten percent of respondents said they kept chickens in their bedroom.

So please, people, don’t make the CDC beg. Just leave the chickens alone.

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September 14th, 2019

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Hong Kong protesters ask for British help in pressuring China – Global News

September 14th, 2019

Hong Kong protesters are expected to rally outside the British Consulate on Sunday demanding that the former colonial power ensures China honours its commitments to the city’s freedoms.

The Chinese-ruled territory has been rocked by weeks of sometimes violent pro-democracy protests, with demonstrators angry about what they see as creeping interference by Beijing in their city’s affairs despite a promise of autonomy.

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The Sino-British Joint Declaration, signed in 1984, lays out Hong Kong’s future after its return to China in 1997, a “one country, two systems” formula that ensures freedoms not enjoyed on the mainland.

READ MORE: Hong Kong Open postponed indefinitely as pro-democracy protests continue

“We ask UK to take immediate action on China not honouring the Sino-British Joint Declaration and acknowledge one country, two systems is not functioning,” the rally organisers said.

The spark for the protests was planned legislation, now withdrawn, that would have allowed people to be sent to mainland China for trial, despite Hong Kong having its own much-respected independent judiciary.

The protests have since broadened into calls for universal suffrage.

China says it is committed to the “one country, two systems” arrangement, denies meddling and says the city is an internal Chinese issue. It has accused foreign powers, particularly the United States and Britain, of fomenting the unrest and told them to mind their own business.

WATCH: Hong Kong protests: Pro and anti-government demonstrators clash in shopping mall

Britain says it has a legal responsibility to ensure China abides by the 1984 declaration.

“The Joint Declaration is a legally binding treaty between the UK and China that remains as valid today as it was when it was signed and ratified over 30 years ago,” a British Foreign Office spokeswoman said in June.

“As a co-signatory, the UK government will continue to defend our position.”

But it was not immediately clear what Britain could do. It is pinning its hopes on closer trade and investment cooperation with China, which since 1997 has risen to become the world’s second-largest economy, after it leaves the European Union as planned at the end of next month.

WATCH: Carrie Lam says offers not to stop violence but ‘start dialogue’ with Hong Kong protesters

The rally is expected to start at around noon (0400 GMT). Rain is forecast, but that hasn’t stopped protests before.

The Civil Human Rights Front has also called for a mass rally in Victoria Park, just to the east of the central business district, but police have denied permission because of earlier clashes after huge gatherings.

Protesters are expected to turn up early in the afternoon anyway.

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WARMINGTON: Teen murdered, five wounded in Mississauga shooting – Toronto Sun

September 14th, 2019

One 17-year-old boy dead.

Four other teens — two 17-year-olds, a 16-year-old and a 13-year-old — and a woman in her 50s suffered wounds in the rampage.

The night of bloody gunfire on Darcel Ave. — in Mississauga’s Morning Star-Goreway Drives area — came on a  beautiful late summer evening as kids played, a birthday party took place and a music video was being filmed.

It couldn’t have been more perfect. This changed at 6:20 p.m.

“It sounded like fireworks going off,” said one woman.

But there were no fireworks. It was gunfire from semi-automatic weapons.


A heavily armed police officer patrols around a building following a shooting that left one teen dead and four other people injured. (Joe Warmington, Toronto Sun)

“There were multiple individuals armed with semi-automatic weapons and there were a lot of rounds that have been fired in this complex,” said an outraged Peel Police Chief Chris McCord.

And the damage was significant. Fortunately, the wounded are expected to survive.

McCord described the dead teen a teen as an innocent bystander and added that police are searching for at least seven suspects.

Investigators believe the intended targets of the “ambush-type” attack were a group of people preparing to film a rap video outside the building.

“They fired at will,” said a neighbour. “It was crazy.”

McCord said when police arrived, the first thing they found in a parkette behind the building was the 17-year-old boy who was killed.

“The officers tried to provide life saving measures to try to help this young person,” said McCord.

But it was too late.

When officers went inside the building, they found the wounded.

Officers are hard at work trying to determine who was behind this gutless attack.

“All of the individuals have fled the scene,” said McCord.

Peel’s Emergency Task Force officers cleared the area and looked under every bench and on every balcony as they searched for anyone who might be hiding.

The whole thing seemed surreal. As the sun set and a full moon rose, displaced families with their children were out on the sidewalks as armed police scoured the area searching for what McCord rightfully called the “culprits.”

It takes a special kind of evil to shoot into a crowd of innocent people and children. Sources say it was fortunate that more children were not hurt.

“I just walked by there with my kids,” said Ade Thompson. “We could have walked right into that.”

And others did find themselves in the middle of it.

“There is a concern for public safety,” said McCord. “When you have people armed with weapons, we do have a genuine concern.”

Mayor Bonnie Crombie said she was “deeply shocked and saddened to hear of this senseless act of gun violence in our city.”

Peel police are working with their counterparts in Toronto and elsewhere as they determine who was behind this attack.

“As a member of the Police board, I am committed to ensuring Mississauga remains one of the safest cities by working to get illegal guns off our streets,” said Crombie. “I want to extend my sincere thanks to our first responders who quickly respond to the scene.”

And the mayor and McCord offered their condolences, as well, to the family of the dead teen.

“It’s simply unacceptable,” said Crombie.

She’s right.

— With files from The Canadian Press

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One person dead, multiple injured in Mississauga shooting – Toronto Star

September 14th, 2019

One person is dead, another has suffered life-threatening injuries and multiple other people have been injured after a shooting in Mississauga occurred outside a residential building near Morning Star and Goreway Drives at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Saturday evening, authorities said.

Two youths have been sent to hospital with serious non-life threatening injuries.

One neighbour said a 13-year-old girl, who was one of the shooting victims, was a Syrian refugee, and had only recently arrived in the country.

“I know her mother,” said the young man who did not want to be identified. “She was just playing in the grass in front of the building, minding her own business.”

Fran Rosati, who’s lived in the Darcel Ave neighbourhood for 25 years, said her husband heard about 20 shots ring out around 6:30 p.m. as she was returning home from shopping. Rosati said the neighbourhood had been a peaceful one, but had seen more violence in the past several years.

“I won’t even let my 12-year-old daughter play around here anymore,” she said.

Another neighbour, who said her name was Ms. Jones, said she heard what she thought was gunfire, but attributed it to the nearby construction. When she came out to her porch, just across from the apartment complex, police vehicles were swarming the street.

At least 16 Peel police vehicles lined along Darcel Ave. outside the six-storey apartment complex, including a tactical and K9 unit. Many neighbours said they’d been told that the road will be closed off for the night.

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Colleen Arruda, who lives in the complex where the shooting occurred, said she and her husband were watching the Hamilton Tiger-Cats football game when they heard what sounded like a gunshot, “It must’ve been the last one, because when we looked out, the police were coming in car after car.”

Peel region police mobile command centre set up at the eastern end of the apartment complex and are investigating the scene of the crime.

Peel paramedics confirm five people are injured and one person was pronounced dead on the scene.

More to come.

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