It's a #MovieStarMonday with Michael Pare. His well-known film roles were as Eddie Wilson in Eddie and the Cruisers (1983) and its sequel Eddie and the Cruisers II: Eddie Lives!(1989), as well as Streets of Fire (1984) and The Philadelphia Experiment (1984). Other films include Moon 44 (1990), Village of the Damned (1995), Bad Moon (1996), Hope Floats (1998) and The Virgin Suicides (1999). On television, Pare starred with Michael Beck on the CBS police drama Houston Knights (1987), as well as the short lived science fiction series Starhunter (2000).
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A popular south Charlotte strip club has had its “Alcohol Beverage Control,” also known as “ABC,” permits suspended by the state ABC Commission. The permits for Club Onyx were suspended Friday after multiple alleged violations of Governor Cooper’s executive orders relating to social distancing and face coverings, despite a cluster of confirmed COVID-19 cases previously. The first citation was issued Halloween night after CMPD ABC Detective Chad Denton found the club’s parking lot was “completely full” and there were about eighty-three patrons inside. A few hours later, ALE Special Agent Kelly Kearns saw what she described as an extremely long, dense line of patrons wrapping around the building, waiting to get in. She also says social distancing was not practiced, nor was there consistent use of face coverings. When she entered, she said there were more than two hundred patrons inside within close contact, not wearing face masks, and a lack of proper sanitizing. (https://bit.ly/2JtB6t0)
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Prince Harry suggested in an interview that COVID-19 was punishment from Mother Nature for not doing enough about climate change. (https://bit.ly/39L40jD)
The LAPD raced to the home of “Star Wars” Actress Billie Lourd after an irate construction worker fired a shot into the ground during an argument with a co-worker. (https://bit.ly/3qt7RaH)
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Investment giant Goldman Sachs is planning to move its $8 billion dollar asset management arm from New York to Florida. (https://fxn.ws/2JCDGNX)
Astronomers have unveiled a map of the Milky Way Galaxy that details 1.8 billion stars. (https://bit.ly/2Jz6maD)
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64 countries have Religious symbols on their national flags.
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A tequila bar in the UK has filed a petition to become a church so it can get around the lockdown restrictions. (https://bit.ly/36jSpps)
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Florida fruit salesman was arrested Tuesday after pointing a gun at
another fruit salesman for not raising his prices. 36-year-old Yoan
Torres Quinones, a Stock Island fruit vendor, is facing charges of
aggravated assault with a weapon and carrying a concealed firearm
without a license after deputies said he got into an argument with a
competing fruit vendor. The argument started when Quinones approached
the 50-year-old victim and started an argument saying the man was
undercutting his price on sugar cane juice. Deputies said that
Quinones sell his juice for $3 while the other man sells his for $2
nearby. The man was caught on cell phone video showing his gun off in
his waistband during the argument. Then, eventually pointing the gun
at his competitor and saying he would fire every bullet into the man.
Quinones was taken into custody with the Monroe County Sheriff’s
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in Ontario, Canada, shared photos of a vehicle that was pulled over
and impounded when the driver was found to be sitting on a folding
lawn chair. The Halton Regional Police Service's Burlington station
said officers in Burlington pulled a car over Monday when something
seemed off about the vehicle's driver's seat. A closer look revealed
the driver's seat of the car was missing and had been replaced with a
folding lawn chair. Police said the vehicle was impounded and the
driver was ticketed for unsafe vehicle operation and driving with an
inoperative seat belt. (https://bit.ly/2VzOz5u)
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Bradenton Police caught two 10-year-old kids driving their parents car to McDonald’s after they were ratted out to police by a man who was also driving a stolen car ….. FAKE NEWS
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