“IT: Chapter Two” won at the box office with a $90 million dollar haul. Two hundred clowns showed up to protest at a theater in New York. (https://bit.ly/2kB0fWx)
“The Joker” with Joaquin Phoenix won top honors at the Venice Film Festival and Director Roman Polanski came in second place for his film, “An Officer And A Spy.” (https://bit.ly/2lEu9tc)
Tom Hanks’ new film about Mr. Rogers has been bringing preview audiences to tears. (https://bit.ly/2kyz1jr)
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A survey of public health officials found that leprosy is the next crisis expected to hit Los Angeles because of their homeless problem. (https://bit.ly/2kAVwEf)
An 82-year-old man was arrested in New York for a five-year burglary spree in which he snuck past doormen to steal over $400,000 in jewelry from people’s apartments. The 82-year-old man convinced doormen he lived in their buildings and then beat-up homeowners and took their jewelry. (https://cnn.it/2kyHgMg)
Rhode Island Police arrested a burglar who broke into Taylor Swift’s home and took his shoes off while he looked for her. The craziest part of this story is that the cops found him sitting barefoot in her library and he told them he took his shoes off to be polite. (https://pge.sx/2kbgVUA)
Mick Jagger told protesters at the Venice Film Festival that he’s right behind them in their efforts to fight climate change.(https://yhoo.it/2kzZxJ4)
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The Tallest Mountain in the World Is Not Mount Everest. Though it is the highest mountain in the world (at 29,029 feet above sea level), it is not the tallest. That distinction goes to Hawaii’s Mauna Kea Volcano, which measures 33,476 feet from its base to its top. It’s a great place to take in views of the night sky thanks to the very dry atmosphere, and a popular spot for both amateur astronomers and snowboarders.
A Swedish behavioral scientist is suggesting that eating humans may save the planet. (https://bit.ly/2khSYLo)
A Florida man was concerned his beloved smart car would get blown away in Hurricane Dorian this week, so he moved it to a very safe place. The inside of his house. Jacksonville native Patrick Eldridge told CBS News he put his smart car inside his house on Tuesday morning, adding that his "wife was impressed that I was right about it being able to fit into the kitchen." His wife, Jessica, posted hilarious images of the small car inside the Florida home to Facebook on Tuesday morning. "My husband was afraid his car might blow away," she wrote. "And my car is in the garage.” The couple moved the vehicle out of their home after the storm weakened and moved away from Florida. While his car didn't need protecting after all, the man said he did learn valuable information from the experience. “We now know that we have one additional parking spot available though!” he joked. (https://cbsn.ws/2lE8elM)
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