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See Our Ad On Page 3 F R E E DriveaLittle Save A LOT! NEW & USED CAR SALES talks about her new Netflix film, “Mother of the Bride” COSGROVE MIRANDA May 16, 2024 May 16, 2024 He’s back, with his guitar in hand, comedian Mike Ball returns to Kenosha.... ...See Page 5 Former NBA player Glen ’Big Baby' Davis is the latest going to prison for healthcare fraud AAA says travel this Memorial Day will be the highest since the year 2000 Letitia Wright’s In the works... another ”Downton Abbey” film Do those salad bar and buffet sneeze guards really work? 2011 SUBARU OUTBACK 2.5I LIMITED $6,500 Stock #F5972A role in “Aisha” resulted in her need for a therapist

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Page 4 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Brooke Shields and Miranda Cosgrove said their movie, Mother of the Bride, on Netflix on Thursday, reminded them of previous roles in The Blue Lagoon and iCarly, respectively. The film's wedding takes place on a island in Thailand and was filmed on location. Shields' 1980 coming-of-age film was filmed on Turtle Island, Fiji. "Our feet were burning," Shields, 58, said in a Zoom interview about the sand in Thailand. "That did remind me of being in Fiji." Mother of the Bride has a larger cast than Blue Lagoon, which was about a boy (Christopher Atkins) and girl (Shields) stranded on a deserted island. Still, Shields said, the cast and crew of Mother of the Bride bonded in similar ways. "None of the crew really spoke English, and all of a sudden we're thrown with this group of people living one door away from each other," Shields said. "That was very reminiscent where all of our spare time was also spent with each other." In Mother of the Bride, Shields plays Lana, a scientist who finds out her daughter, Emma, (Cosgrove) is engaged after Emma returns from a year abroad in the U.K. Emma develops an Instagram account, sponsored by a travel company. Cosgrove, 30, starred as a teenage Internet phenomenon on the sitcom iCarly, which recently enjoyed a three-season revival. She said Carly was more social media savvy than Emma. "I feel like Emma would be a good employee for Carly," Cosgrove said. "Emma would probably want to help run Carly's YouTube channel or her Instagram account." Emma and Lana have a lot to catch up on, but Cosgrove and Shields come from similar career backgrounds. Both entered the entertainment industry as children, Shields as a model and Cosgrove in the movie School of Rock. Cosgrove said she found Shields "really easy to talk to and get along with." Shields said she remembered how challenging it was to be seen as an adult after debuting as a child, so she wanted to give Cosgrove the recognition she'd wished for. Cosgrove was "the little girl that I watched with my girls on iCarly, I wanted to make sure I stayed away from that and met her as the young woman that she is and as the actor that she is," Shields said. As a mother to two daughters, Shields said she could understand Lana's conflict about Emma's impending nuptials. Neither of Shields' daughters are married, but Shields said she could extrapolate the anxiety about such milestones. "It's a very fraught place to be as a mom," Shields said, further joking, "It's a horror film. Mother of the Bride is a scary movie." In actuality, Mother of the Bride is a comedy, and Shields performs a lot of the film's slapstick, falling into ponds and doing spit takes. Shields fought for one comical scene in which Lana struggles to navigate a bridesmaids dress. "We were going into overtime and they were going to just pull it," Shields said. "I was like, 'I'll do it in one take. Give me two cameras.' I just went for it. The slide off the bed is my favorite." Cosgrove is not married, either. However, she said the multiple takes for Mother of the Bride prepared her for a wedding day. "We did the wedding scene 50 times, so I keep telling everyone I'm ready if I ever get married now," Cosgrove said. "I know exactly what to do. I'm fully prepared." By Fred Topel 'Bride' reminded stars Brooke Shields and Miranda Cosgrove of their past favorites Miranda Cosgrove and Brooke Shields star in the Netflix original film "Mother of the Bride." Born Brooke Christa Shields May 31, 1965 (age 58) New York City, NY As the daughter of actress and model Teri Shields and businessman Francics Shields, Brooke began as a child model at 11 months old. At the age of five days, her mother openly stated, “She’s the most beautiful child and I’m going to help her with her career.” She made her feature film debut in the 1976 horror film “Alice Sweet Alice.” The following year, she worked with Woody Allen on his film “Annie Hall,” but the scene was cut. As a prepubescent girl, Shields was the centerpiece for a wide controversy after her nude appearance in the 1978 film “Pretty Baby,” and on the cover of Playboy magazine. This continued into her teens when she appeared in racy print and TV ads for Calvin Klein jeans. And for the 1980 film “The Blue Lagoon,” Shields later testified that older body doubles were used in some of the film. In 1983, she took a break from acting to attend Princeton University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s in French literature. Shields landed her own hit with the NBC sitcom “Suddenly Susan”, which ran for 93 episodes over four seasons. FYI Brooke Shields Born Miranda Taylor Cosgrove May 14, 1993 (age 30) Los Angeles, California Cosgrove began her career at the age of seven, starting with numerous television commercials. She made her acting debut as Summer in the 2003 comedy “School of Rock.” She was soon after cast in her first major television role in the Nickelodeon series Drake & Josh. Her popularity grew and she made numerous guest appearances on other Nick shows. leading to her own starring series iCarly, which premiered in fall 2007. Her debut as a recording artist began with the iCarly theme songs “Leave It All To Me.” Her debut studio album,Sparks Fly, was released in April 2010 to positive reviews from critics. The album featured the single "Kissin U" which peaked at number 54 on theBillboardHot 100and was certified gold. You may know her voice as Margo in the Despicable Me film series. In 2021, Cosgrove revived the iCarly series for Paramount+, where it would run for three seasons. FYI Miranda Cosgrove

Nationally touring comedian and producer of “The Future of Comedy Show”, Mike Ball, is coming to the Kenosha Comedy Club May 24th and 25th! Mike Ball started his journey as an intern for Pauly Shore in Los Angeles and has since carved an impressive path in comedy. He’s opened for the legendary Ralphie May, starred on the The Dirty at 12:30 show in Vegas, and his own show featured in multiple venues all over the US. Expect lots of crowd interaction and guitar improv! Q: What is your favorite part about being a comedian and performing at shows? A: I just love making people laugh, it makes me feel good when people are leaving after enjoying time with their friends and family. I also like the traveling aspect and getting to perform in many different places, my favorite being The Virgin Islands, New York and California! Q: Can you share with us a past show that was most memorable? A: I will never forget the show that happened under a full moon on Friday the 13th. An elderly lady passed away right after I got off the stage, and it was a really somber moment. Her family came up to me afterwards and said, “She wasn’t doing too well but did love coming to your shows. She went out laughing and that’s a great way to go!” I guess I really killed it up there that night. Q: Who is someone you idolize in the industry? A: Jim Carrey, Adam Sandler, and Ralphie May have always been my favorites. But Ralphie May definitely had the biggest impact on me comedy wise, I got to meet him 3 times. After the first two times meeting him and receiving the best comedy advice ever, I got to open for him in Saginaw, Michigan. Q: What makes your style of comedy unique? A: If you asked people who’ve come to many of my shows they would probably say that it’s always a different show. My interest in the audience makes the show more about them! Q: If you weren’t a comedian what else could you see yourself doing? A: Stay at home dad. I just had my first child, Maria Elizabeth Ball, and I could hang out with her and her mom all day! By Elaina Myers take five w/Mike Ball Mike Ball takes the stage at the Kenosha Comedy Club Friday and Saturday, May 24th & 25th at 8pm. Get tickets at To hear more, tune in to Happenings Q&A on Tuesday, May 21st at 9:20am when Mike Ball joins the conversation on AM1050 WLIP Comedian Mike Ball loves interacting with his audience and wants you to be a part of it May 16, 2024 HAPPENINGS Page 5 FOR EVENT TICKETSCALL (262) 564-8800 STOP IN 1420 63RD 5125 6th AVE. KENOSHA ST., M-F 10AM-4PM OR VISIT 050924 An Acappella Spring Fling you won’t want to miss! Singing the hits from yesterday & today! They’re back... It’s a weekend! featuring $15 in advance $18 at the door May 17 & 18 7:30pm Two Nights Only! HARMONIX Same vocal group with a new name. Same vocal group with a new name.

Page 6 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Actor Steve Buscemi randomly attacked in New York City Boardwalk Empire, The Sopranos, Reservoir Dogs, The Big Lebowski and Fargo actor Steve Buscemi was recently punched in the face by a man in a random act of violence on the streets of New York City, his publicist confirmed. "Steve Buscemi was assaulted in Mid-Town Manhattan, another victim of a random act of violence in the city," Buscemi's publicist said in a statement. "He is ok and appreciates everyone's well wishes, though incredibly sad for everyone that this has happened to while also walking the streets of New York," the statement said. CNN said the 66-year-old actor was transported to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition. He was treated for bruising, swelling, and bleeding in his left eye. No arrests have been made yet. Buscemi has starred in dozens of movies. He is also a former New York City firefighter, who helped out at Ground Zero after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on New York. Teen vaping rates fall Vaping rates among U.S. kids in high school fell to 5% in 2021, the latest year for which data is available. That's down from a peak of 7.2% of teens who vaped in 2019, a new report finds. However, the 5% vaping rate observed in 2021 is still more than double the 2% rate observed among teens in 2015. The data also showed a pronounced switch in which teens are more prone to vape. In 2015, boys were more prone to the habit than girls were (2.8% vs 1.1%, respectively). However, by 2021 girls were more likely to vape than boys (5.6% vs 4.5%, respectively), the study found. Man ordered to hide his boat has vessel painted on new fence A California man ordered by his city to conceal the boat parked in his driveway with a fence hired his artist neighbor to paint a photo-realistic image of the vessel in an act of r e b e l l i o u s compliance. Etienne Constable said the boat he uses for fishing was regularly parked in his Seaside driveway for about four years before he received a letter from the city informing him of a municipal code requiring boats and trailers to be "screened on the side and front by a six-foot-high fence." Constable said his initial reaction to the letter was anger, but he then spoke to his neighbor, mural artist Hanif Panni, and arrived at a creative solution. Constable had a fence installed to block his driveway, and Panni, who creates art under the name Hanif Wondir, painted a photo-realistic image of the boat and the rest of the driveway on the road-facing side of the fence. Panni, who described the project as an attempt to create "an illusion," posted photos of the finished work to social media, where they quickly went viral. The project earned fans including Nick Borges, Seaside's acting city manager, who called Constable to compliment him on the creative solution. Borges said he had seen the photos on social media before he realized they were from a local home. "I thought, 'Wow, that's pretty creative.' I laughed at it, and then I started getting calls from local media," Borges said. He said the letter received by Constable was the result of actions taken last year. Borges said the city had received numerous complaints about lax code enforcement, so someone was hired to investigate and contact violators. Man rescues waterslide from defunct theme park A fan of Ohio's defunct Coney Island theme park decided to keep a small part of the attraction's memory alive by purchasing an entire waterslide. Adam Woltermann, who spent five seasons working at the Cincinnati water park, said he was dismayed to learn it would be closing permanently in December 2023 and all of the slides, pools and rides would be demolished. Woltermann purchased the Silver Bullet, a waterslide built at the park in 1945. "I love the history of it and just Cincinnati history in general and I just thought it would be a cool piece to own," he said. He had the slide professionally removed and transported to a secret location, where he took some photographs to share on social media. GameStop shares soar 74% GameStop stock surged more than 74% this week after the person who sparked the computer game store's stunning 2021 run reappeared on social media. GameStop stock closed up $12.99 to end the rally at $30.45, forcing short sellers to lose nearly $1 billion in the video game retailer. Shares were trading up another 11% in after-market trading. According to data firm S3 Partners, short-selling hedge funds suffered a mark-to-market loss of $838 million. The massive GameStop rally was triggered by the reappearance of "Roaring Kitty." Keith Gill, known by his online persona "Roaring Kitty," posted a picture of a gamer looking intensely at his computer on his X account with no worded message on Sunday evening. The post went viral with 9,400 comments, 21,000 shares and 78,000 likes in 15 hours. coast to coast NBA's Glen 'Big Baby' Davis sentenced to 40 months for healthcare fraud A federal court sentenced former NBA champion Glen "Big Baby" Davis to 40 months in prison for his part in a scheme to defraud the league's healthcare plan. The judge also ordered Davis to pay $80,000 in restitution. Davis was one of 18 former NBA players charged in October 2021 with filing almost $4 million in fraudulent health claims between 2017 and 2020. A court in November found Davis guilty of wire fraud, health care fraud, conspiracy to commit health care fraud and conspiracy to make false statements related to health care matters. Former player Terrence Williams was the assumed ringleader of the conspiracy, according to the Southern District of New York U.S. Attorney's Office. He was sentenced to 10 years last August. U.S. Attorney Audrey Strauss in 2021 alleged Williams obtained fraudulent medical and dental invoices, which he passed along to Davis and the other players, who then submitted the claims to the NBA, which paid most of the claims. Each person tried to claim between $65,000 to $420,000 in reimbursements for treatments they never received, according to Strauss. Davis and Williams ended up slapped with the most prison time out of any of the other players involved in the scheme. Former NBA guard Will Bynum last month received a sentence of just 18 months after lying to a jury while under oath. Davis helped the Boston Celtics win the 2008 championship and retired from the NBA after his final season in 2014-15. Glen Davis Steve Buscemi

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Page 10 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 2 13 1 1 52 3 26 5 1 4 Book Title (Author) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 This Week HARDCOVER NONFICTION Book Title (Author) The Demon of Unrest (Larson) The Anxious Generation (Haidt) Uncomfortable Conversations.. (Acho/Tishby) For Love of Country (Gabbard) An Unfinished Love Story (Goodwin) Love, Mom (Saphier) The Age of Grievance (Bruni) The Wager (Grann) Outlive (Attia/Gifford) The Wide Wide Sea (Sides) This Week HARDCOVER FICTION Weeks Listed Weeks Listed 1 6 1 1 3 3 1 54 58 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Funny Story (Henry) The Women (Hannah) Home is Where the Bodies Are (Rose) Only The Brave (Steel) Fourth Wing (Yarros) A Calamity of Souls (Baldacci) Iron Flame (Yarros) Table For Two (Towles) Real Americans (Khong) The Familiar (Bardugo) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TOP SELLING DIGITAL POP SONGS I Had Some Help/Post Malone ft Morgan Wallen A Bar Song (Tipsy)/Shaboozey Not Like Us/Kendrick Lamar Lose Control/Teddy Swims Count On Me/Bruno Mars Technicolor Honeymoon/Malsy Kay Million Dollar Baby/Tommy Richman Never Grow Up (Taylor’s Version)/Taylor Swift You’ve Got A Friend In Me/Randy Newman Dance the Night/Dua Lipa the hit list SOURCE: AMAZON.COM - MAY INCLUDE PRE-ORDERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TOP SELLING DIGITAL ALBUMS The Tortured Poets Department/Taylor Swift Radical Optimism/Dua Lipa Phantoma/Unleash the Archers Set The Tone/Shostface Killah You Won’t Go Before You’re Supposed To/Knocked Loose Stampede, Vol. 1/Orville Peck Can We Please Have Fun/Kings of Leon Dark Matter/Pearl Jam Eurovision Song Contest 2024/various artists The Ultimate Hits/Garth Brooks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TOP SELLING OVERALL - CD & VINYL The Tortured Poets Department/Taylor Swift Hit Me Hard and Soft/Billie Eilish 1989 (Taylor’s Version)/Taylor Swift Fallout/soundtrack Folklore/Taylor Swift I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy Pt 1/Teddy Swims Axis: Bold As Love/Jimi Hendrix Cowboy Carter/Beyonce Evermore/Taylor Swift Whitsitt Chapel/Jelly Roll 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TOP SELLING COUNTRY - CD/VINYL Axis: Bold As Love/Jimi Hendrix Rumours/Fleetwood Mac The Dark Side of the Moon/Pink Floyd Can We Please Have Fun/Kings of Leon Dark Matter/Pearl Jam Abbey Road (Anniversary Edition)/The Beatles Back to Black/Amy Winehouse Greatest Hits/Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits I/Queen Only God Was Above Us/Vampire Weekend 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. TOP SELLING ROCK - CD/VINYL N.Y. TIMES BESTSELLERS Cowboy Carter/Beyonce Whitsitt Chapel/Jelly Roll 35 Biggest Hits/Toby Keith Zach Bryan/Zach Bryan Bell Bottom Country/Lainey Wilson Higher/Chris Stapleton Rebel/Anne Wilson American Heartbreak/Zach Bryan Traveller/Chris Stapleton Born/Kenny Chesney There’s a new arrival on the list of the most popular baby names in the US. Mateo made it into the boys’ top 10 list for the first time, becoming the sixth-most popular boys’ name in 2023 and edging Benjamin off the list, according to recently released data from the Social Security Administration. “Mateo had a huge jump. … The fact that Mateo went from No. 11 in 2022 to No. 6 in 2023 is insane. We don’t see that very often at the top of the charts,” says Sophie Kihm, editor-in-chief of the baby name website Nameberry. Names leading the list don’t tend to shift quickly, Kihm says. Liam and Olivia are topping the rankings for the fifth consecutive year. And Mateo is the only new name to reach the highest tier. The name’s inclusion on the boys’ top 10 list also marks a milestone, Kihm says. “It’s pretty much the first identifiably Latino name, too, at least on the boys’ side,” she says. More than 11,000 babies in the US were named Mateo last year, the highest number on record, according to the Social Security Administration. The name, which means “gift of God,” began ranking in the top 1,000 in 1995, Kihm says. Two decades later, it had reached the top 100. And in recent years, its popularity has intensified at an even faster rate, Kihm says. Top Baby Names in 2023 source: Social Security Administration Boys 1. Liam 2. Noah 3. Oliver 4. James 5. Elijah 6. Mateo 7. Theodore 8. Henry 9. Lucas 10. William Girls 1. Olivia 2. Emma 3. Charlotte 4. Amelia 5. Sophia 6. Mia 7. Isabella 8. Ava 9. Evelyn 10. Luna Top Baby Names in 1973 source: Social Security Administration Boys 1. Michael 2. Christopher 3. Jason 4. James 5. David 6. John 7. Robert 8. Brian 9. William 10. Matthew Girls 1. Jennifer 2. Amy 3. Michelle 4. Kimberly 5. Lisa 6. Melissa 7. Angela 8. Heather 9. Stephanie 10. Rebecca Top Baby Names in 1923 source: Social Security Administration Boys 1. John 2. Robert 3. William 4. James 5. Charles 6. George 7. Joseph 8. Edward 9. Richard 10. Donald Girls 1. Mary 2. Dorothy 3. Helen 4. Margaret 5. Betty 6. Ruth 7. Virginia 8. Mildred 9. Elizabeth 10. Frances May 16, 2024 HAPPENINGS Page 11 TOP RATED DENTIST IN KENOSHA! SEE OUR GOOGLE REVIEWS i Dr. Kaczynski 10AM- 7PM 9AM- 1PM 042524 Full service dentistry In a small, private atmosphere “Have been going to Kenosha Dentist for just over a year. Have experienced wonderful service. I just had a lower partial made. It's the best that has ever been made for me. I can now enjoy eating nuts , popcorn, And have no food particles get under my partial as they used to. Much thanks to Dr. TOM AND STAFF. I enjoy the family atmosphere that I find at Kenosha Dentist.” -Don Morzfeld 5455 Sheridan Rd. 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Page 12 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Letitia Wright said therapy helped her deal with the emotional weight of her character in Aisha, in select theaters and available on digital video-on-demand. Wright, 30, plays a Nigerian refugee going through Ireland's direct provision system for immigration. The direct provision system grants potential immigrants housing and an allowance, but also requires them to follow strict protocols while attending hearings over months and years, "Carrying the truth that so many women have experienced what Aisha's going through, just the emotional aspects of it all, that was tough," Wright said in a recent Zoom interview. Wright said she found speaking to a therapist and her friends about the role helpful. Once she completed filming, Wright said, she had to trust that she had done right by Aisha. "I gave to her as best as I could," Wright said, adding that now Aisha can "live on without me." That therapy was so productive, she said, that she continues to incorporate it in her work. "It's been really helpful for me to process characters and let them go," Wright said. Aisha begins with Aisha living in a government-funded group home and working at a beauty salon. She has fled Nigeria, where loan sharks killed her father and continue to look for her and her mother. Wright, who is Guyanese, said she spoke with many women who had been through the direct provision system. "I understood the positives and the negatives of it," Wright said. "They will tell you there's always some type of obstacle, and you have to be very strong to overcome it." The film shows such obstacles as Aisha waits for a decision on her appeal to remain in Ireland. The front desk clerk makes her wait to receive her mail until she is nearly late for her bus to work. Aisha also struggles to get halal food for her diet, and her supervisor moves her to a different facility with no transportation to her job. Wright said such frustrations are common in the direct provision system. "It can break your spirit day after day," Wright said. "It's hard to feel safe and it's hard to feel like you're being heard when someone's clearly ignoring you." At Aisha's immigration hearings, she must recount the violent incidents over and over that made her flee Nigeria. Immigration agents scrutinize her story for any inconsistencies from one telling to the next. "If you get anything wrong, they label it as a lie," Wright said. "What's being misunderstood is what trauma does to the mind and to your memory, too." Wright said trauma requires a more complex understanding than yes or no, right or wrong answers to questions. Wright said remembering traumatic stories in such detail also slows the healing process for survivors like Aisha. "The process of trying to move on is really tough because they require you to know it in detail and not make a mistake," Wright said. "The scrutiny is quite harsh." Ireland's immigration officers also suggest Aisha should trust in the protective services offered by the Nigerian government. Wright said she believed the immigration officers meant well, but Aisha struggles to explain the reality that she would be vulnerable if she returned. "If home were safe, she definitely will be home because she loves her home," Wright said. "She's trying to bring them into her world." Wright said the direct provision system is something most people will never experience themselves. Through showing Aisha's challenges in the system, Wright said, she hopes the film makes others care about the struggles of people like Aisha. "So people are more educated, more informed and they can have more compassion for people who experience it," she said. Aisha is the kind of independent film Wright was making before she joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In the Marvel films, Wright plays Shuri, Black Panther's sister. Before 2018's Black Panther, Wright starred in films like Urban Hymn and Victim, and episodes of British series Top Boy, Humans, Black Mirror and Doctor Who. "Where the good stories are, I want to be there," Wright said. Next, Wright is preparing to play boxer Ramala Ali in the film, In the Shadows. "She became one of the first ever Muslim national champions of the U.K.," Wright said. "Now she's on her way to getting her world title." By Fred Topel Therapy helped Letitia Wright with 'Aisha,' subsequent roles Nicolas Cage to play Spider-Man Noir in live-action series Nicolas Cage will play SpiderMan Noir in a new Prime Video and MGM+ series. Prime Video announced that Cage, 60, will star in the upcoming show Noir. Noir is a live-action series based on the Marvel Comics character SpiderMan Noir, an alternate version of Spider-Man living during the Great Depression. The show "tells the story of an aging and down on his luck private investigator (Cage) in 1930s New York, who is forced to grapple with his past life as the city's one and only superhero," according to a press release. Cage previously voiced SpiderMan Noir in the animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) and its sequel, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023). "Expanding the Marvel universe with Noir is a uniquely special opportunity and we are honored to bring this series to our global Prime Video customers," Amazon MGM Studios head of television Vernon Sanders said. "The extremely talented Nicolas Cage is an ideal choice for our new superhero and the accomplished producing team with Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Amy Pascal, and the incredible team at Sony is dedicated to expanding this franchise in the most authentic way." Noir will mark Cage's first starring TV role. The actor's recent film credits include Pig, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent and Dream Scenario. Letitia Wright and Josh O’Connor star in the film “Aisha” May 16, 2024 HAPPENINGS Page 13 TUESDAY NIGHT TUESDAY NIGHT 9 Pin League 7:00pm Teen League 7:00pm Great league for teenagers to make new friends - music and fun! WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY MORNING Youth Leagues 4:00pm There’s a league for all ages - we have bumper leagues and regular leagues Senior Mixed League 9:00am 3 person teams, any combination of men or women Guaranteed Prize 1st Place $500 2nd Place $300 THURSDAY NIGHT Junior/Adult League 6:00pm Bowl as a family - this league is great family fun! 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The first patented sneeze guard debuted in 1959, and in the '60s, the Food and Drug Administration began mandating their use around the launch of the self-serve salad bar. Do the guards work? Well, sort of, which is why they remain mandatory for buffets and salad bars. For expectorating adults looking down, a guard may block big droplets but work less well for shorter people and children. Germs can also come via dirty plates and utensils, or foods not kept sufficiently chilled. During the COVID-19 pandemic, when translucent shields popped up everywhere and made the world a giant salad bar, efficacy studies found the guards more often produced a sense of false security. Blame it on the microbial nature of the virus. The guards did not stop the flow of tiny aerosol particles but rather impeded normal air flow and ventilation and, worse, sometimes redirected airborne germs to adjacent people. Stories for the Waiting Room Remember the Presidential Fitness Test? For generations of school kids, it was the bane of their young bodies. The test was the brainchild of Jack Kelly Sr., a former Olympic rower (and father of actress Grace Kelly) who persuaded politicians that American youth were physically ill-prepared to confront the Soviet menace. In 1956, President Dwight Eisenhower created the President's Council on Youth Fitness, and his successor, John F. Kennedy, put some muscle into the effort. Generations of schoolchildren would suffer consequential trauma but maybe learn how to do a good set of pushups or run a mile. The original public program ran from 1956 to 2013. It has since been replaced with the Presidential Youth Fitness Program, which dumped the generic physical education approach for more individualized instruction and programs like those sponsored by the NFL and Michelle Obama. Best Medicine Girlfriend #1: When someone tells me I'm ugly, I get super sad and hug them. Girlfriend #2: Why do you do that? Girlfriend #1: Because I know how tough life can be for the visually impaired. Observation "Start every day off with a smile and get it over with." — Comedian and noted curmudgeon W.C. Fields (1880-1946; attributed) Sum Body Five facts about the flu. 1. You cannot get the flu from the vaccine. (The contained virus that triggers the immune response is dead.) 2. You can treat the flu (up to 48 hours after onset of symptoms) using antiviral medications. They don't eradicate the virus, but they do lessen symptoms. 3. The flu still kills approximately 36,000 Americans each year, usually the elderly, the very young or those with underlying medical conditions. 4. Unless your "stomach flu" comes with additional aches and fever, it's probably a gastrointestinal virus, not the seasonal flu variety. 5. You don't need to "starve a fever." There's no need to eat less, and steady nibbling on healthy foods could actually help the body recover. You will likely need to increase your fluid intake. Curtain Calls Roopkund Lake is in a remote valley in the Himalayas and notable for this fact: It contains the centuries-old bones of hundreds of people, both in the water and scattered along the shore. Various scenarios for the odd cemetery have been proposed, including one hypothesis that the bones belong to a group of passing pilgrims killed by giant hail stones during a ninth-century storm. That hypothesis has been refuted by DNA analyses that show the bones belong to at least three distinct groups of people covering several centuries of time. An explanation for the many massed skeletons remains elusive. The site is now at risk due to local efforts to make the lake a tourist destination, which have resulted in many skeletons being disturbed by trekkers and souvenir hunters. By Scott LaFee, Creators well news

Page 14 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Q: I’m curious. There are several abandoned homes in my area. They are/were beautiful, but year after year, they sit empty. Similarly, there are a number of empty storefronts in my area, all with substantially high, competitive rates. Why leave these spaces empty? Why not lower the rates on the rents, rather than letting these properties sit, vacant, year after year? Why not sell the homes for a dollar? Are the owners getting a kickback from the government because these properties are losing money for them? I can understand, in the case of homes, there could be many reasons (like probate, etc.), but storefronts? A: Let’s start with the homes in your area that you say are abandoned. In many instances, and in some neighborhoods, homes might be truly abandoned. We saw this 15 years ago, during the Great Recession, in cities like Detroit, where blocks of homes were abandoned by their owners, and the city eventually tore them down. In some situations, these homes aren’t really abandoned. The owners have died and the next of kin were, perhaps, never even aware that their relatives owned the homes. In other cases, the owners may be non-residents or undocumented. They may have purchased the homes but have perhaps died, leaving no heirs, or have left the country. And, in some cases, the owners simply don’t want to sell these homes and believe that holding on to them may give them greater value in the future. Even if they stay empty for years. A big part of the answer lies in these homes’ property taxes. Are the owners current? If not, then these homes might ultimately get sold to investors. But, that process can take several years to complete. In the meantime, homes and neighborhoods get run down, as do property values. So, there are many reasons why homes may be abandoned or look abandoned. You may also find that some homes may look abandoned, but people are still living in them. Seniors may live in a house, rarely leave it, and never take care of the exterior. So, they look abandoned. We have seen a house that looks abandoned — except for the occasional light that goes on. The house hasn’t had any work done to the exterior in more than 20 years. The paint is peeling. The brickwork needs tuckpointing. The roof looks like it should be replaced. We’ve never seen anyone exit the property. A car in the driveway hasn’t moved in years. It has a flat tire. In some communities, local governmental agencies work with owners to get those properties sold and into the hands of new buyers who want to renovate and live in those homes. But it’s not always easy to facilitate that transition. It takes time to find the rightful owners, to get the paperwork in order, and to find a buyer willing to do the work. On the other hand, commercial real estate is an entirely different kettle of fish. Business decisions generally determine whether a property remains vacant or not. For example, if a tenant decides to move out of a space but continues to pay rent, the landlord won’t fill the space with another tenant while the existing tenant continues to pay rent. Sometimes, landlords have various properties available for rent in an area and are afraid that lowering the rent on one property will force them to lower the rent on all of their properties when it comes time to renew leases. Commercial properties are valued based, in great part, on the rent they generate. Lower rent levels can have a huge negative impact on the value of their properties. It can make it very difficult for the owner to refinance or sell. In fact, lower valuations could trigger default provisions in the owners’ loan documents. Loan documents frequently contain provisions that tie the performance of the buildings to the lender’s agreeing to continue to loan money on the property. So, owners may prefer to keep a retail store empty than admit to a lender that their property value has gone down. Also, commercial leases tend to be longer term. Sometimes these leases last five to 20 years. The landlord does not want to agree to a lower rent today that will reduce the value of their income stream for all of those years. They might prefer to wait for the right tenant than agree to a 20-year bad deal. Finally, there is basic supply and demand. Sometimes there are just too many stores available and too few retailers wanting those spaces. Even lowering the rent won’t take care of that situation, as local economic forces make it very tough to find tenants. Why do property owners let homes and storefronts sit empty? Ilyce Glink is the author of 100 Questions Every First-Time Home Buyer Should Ask (4th Edition). She is also the CEO of Best Money Moves, an app that employers provide to employees to measure and dial down financial stress. Samuel J. Tamkin is a Chicago-based real estate attorney. Contact Ilyce and Sam through her website,

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Page 18 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Despite its population of 1.5 million, Munich (or “München,” as it’s called in German) feels small. This big-city elegance is possible because of its determination to be pedestrian – and bike-friendly, and because of a law that allows buildings taller than the cathedral’s towers only in the city’s outskirts. Even Oktoberfest, the world’s biggest beer party, is not corporate run but city run – leaving it free, easygoing, and hell-bent on having fun rather than making money. I like to start my visits in the sunlit main square called Marienplatz (“Mary’s Square”), which gives you a fine look at the glory of Munich. I love to take in the ornate facades of the gray, pointy Old Town Hall and the Neo-Gothic New Town Hall, with its beloved glockenspiel – only a century or so old – that recreates a royal wedding from the 16th century. At outdoor cafés, people linger, sharing the square with the birds and the breeze. The oldest church in town, St. Peter’s, is a few steps from Marienplatz. Along with much of Munich, it was badly damaged in World War II. As part of the soul of the city (according to a popular song, “Munich is not Munich without St. Peter’s”), the church was lovingly rebuilt – half with Augustiner beer money – and the altar and ceiling frescoes were marvelously restored. After the war, people who lived in Germany’s heavily bombed cities debated how they’d rebuild. Should they reconstruct the old towns, or bulldoze and start over from scratch? Frankfurt voted to go modern with a grid street plan (and is today nicknamed "Germany’s Manhattan"), but the people of Munich rebuilt their old town center. City leaders took care to preserve Munich’s original street plan and re-create the medieval steeples, Neo-Gothic facades, and Neoclassical buildings. They blocked off the city center to cars, built the people-friendly U-Bahn (subway) system, and opened up Europe’s first great pedestrianonly zone (Kaufingerstrasse). Just behind the rebuilt St. Peter’s, you can experience smalltown Munich at the Viktualienmarkt, long a favorite with locals for fresh produce and friendly service. While this most expensive real estate in town could have been overrun by fast-food places, Munich keeps the rent low so these old-time shops can carry on. Browse your way through the stalls and pavilions as you make your way to the market’s main landmark, the white-and-bluestriped maypole. Munich has been a market town since its earliest days as a stop on the salt-trade crossroads. By the 1400s, the market bustled, most likely beneath a traditional maypole, just like you can see today. As was standard in any village, the decorations that line each side of the pole tell you which merchants are doing business in the market. Munich’s maypole gives prominence to a horsedrawn wagon bringing in beer barrels. And you can’t have a kegger without coopers – on the maypole are four cute guys dancing: the merry barrel makers. Besides salt, Munich gained a reputation for beer. By the 15th century, more than 30 breweries pumped out the golden liquid, brewed by monks, who were licensed to sell it. They stored their beer in cellars under courtyards kept cool by the shade of bushy chestnut trees – a tradition Munich’s breweries still stick to. Today, the Viktualienmarkt’s centerpiece seems to be its beer garden. Its picnic tables are filled with hungry and thirsty locals, all in the shade of those traditional chestnut trees. Walking through Munich, you’ll understand why it is consistently voted one of Germany’s most livable cities – safe, clean, cultured, a university town, built on a people scale, and close to the beauties of nature. Though it’s the capital of Bavaria and a major metropolis, Munich’s low-key atmosphere has led Germans to dub it “Millionendorf” – the “village of a million people.” By Rick Steves Munich: Germany's biggest village travel Munich's bustling main square, Marienplatz, is a lively pedestrian zone of sights, shopping, and restaurants. The American Automobile Association, better known as AAA, released data which estimates nearly 44 million American travelers will leave town in what will be the second highest Memorial Day travel forecast since 2000 when data was first available. "We haven't seen Memorial Day weekend travel numbers like these in almost 20 years," Paula Twidale, Senior Vice President of AAA Travel, said in a release. AAA projects 43.8 million travelers will go 50 miles or more from home over the Memorial Day holiday travel period, which they said was a 4% increase from 2023 and comes close to matching the record of 44 million Memorial Day travelers in 2005. "We're projecting an additional one million travelers this holiday weekend compared to 2019, which not only means we're exceeding pre-pandemic levels but also signals a very busy summer travel season ahead," the AAA executive added. AAA expects 3.51 million air travelers this Memorial Day weekend, a 4.8% increase over last year and a 9% jump compared to 2019. "This will be the most crowded Memorial Day weekend at airports since 2005," AAA advised travelers. In addition, AAA said nearly two million people are expected to travel by other modes of transportation which includes buses, cruise ships and trains, a 5.6% increase compared to 2023. A recent American Express Travel report found that travelers are more focused on creating the right itineraries for their vacations, leaning towards sporting events, unusual adventures and solo travels that are taken on a whim. However, the cost of traveling, including airfare and food costs is likely to keep rising with some companies focusing more on affordability as inflation is viewed as slowly getting under control. By Chris Benson AAA says 2024 to be second highest Memorial Day travel forecast since 2000 May 16, 2024 HAPPENINGS Page 19 Here is a sampling of some films and TV shows now available on your favorite streaming services! For a FULL list of everything new and on the horizon on Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, Disney+ and more, visit Amazon Recently released Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018) Sixteen Candles (1984) The Idea of You (2024) Clarkson's Farm season 3 (2024) NWSL (2024) Maxton Hall - The World Between Us (2024) Oh My Ghost (2015) The GOAT (2024) American Fiction (2023) BlacKkKlansman (2018) Muppets From Space (2020) Fifty Shades Of Black (2016) May 16 Academy of Country Music Awards (2024) Outer Range season 2 (2024) WNBA (2024) Creed (2015) Pearl: An X-traordinary Origin Story (2022) May 17 99 (2024) May 23 The 1% Club (2024) The Blue Angels (2024) AppleTV+ Recently released Acapulco (S3) Dark Matter (S1 - 8 ep) Hollywood Con Queen (S1 - 3ep) May 17 The Big Cigar Disney+ Recently released Marvel’s Daredevil (2003) Fantastic Mr. Fox Star Wars: Tales of the Empire Monsters at Work(S2) Billy & Molly: An Otter Love Story Let It Be Playdate with Winnie the Pooh(S1, 4 Eps) Dino Ranch(S3, 5 Eps) X-Men '97 - Ep109 May 17 Doctor Who - "Boom" May 22 Mickey Mouse Funhouse(S3, 5 Eps) Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life(S2) Marvel Studios' Assembled: The Making of X-Men '97 Max (HBO) Recently released Hacks, S3 (Max Original) Stupid Pet Tricks, S1 Pretty Little Liars: Summer School (Max Original) The Iron Claw (2023) Nikki Glaser: Someday You’ll Die (HBO Original) Expedition From Hell: The Lost Tapes Naked and Afraid XL, S10 Smiling Friends, S2 Summer Baking Championship, S2 Doubling Down with the Derricos, S5 Botched Bariatrics, S1 Ghost Adventures, S28 Home Sweet Rome (2023) (Max Original) Sleepless (2017) May 16 Murder in the Heartland May 17 My Lottery Dream Home, S15 May 18 Design Down Under, S2 May 19 Ciao House, S2 May 20 Space Shuttle Columbia: The Final Flight, Limited Series STAX: Soulsville U.S.A (HBO Original) Hulu Recently released Biosphere, 2022 Wanted Man, 2024 Eileen, 2023 Where the Crawdads Sing, 2022 The Killing KindS1 Uncle Samsik S1 Cutthroat Kitchen S5, 12 and 13 Extreme Homes S4 Flea Market Flip S1 Man vs. Wild S5 My 600-lb Life S6-7 My Strange Addiction S6 Naked and AfraidS12, 14, 15 NASA's Unexplained Files S4 Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta S8 Say Yes to the Nest S1 Unusual Suspects S6,8 Worst Cooks in America S16 and 24 Tanked S1 Torn from the Headlines: New York Post Reports S1 1000-lb Sisters S4 I Am Not Your Negro, 2016 My Scientology Movie, 2015 May 16 Royal Rules of Ohio: S1 Premiere Living Smaller S1 Women on Death Row S1 Paddington, 2015 May 17 Birth/Rebirth, 2023 He Went That Way, 2023 The Sweet East, 2023 May 22 Chief Detective 1958 S1 Netflix Recently released Unfrosted The Atypical Family The Peanut Butter Falcon Roast of Tom Brady (Netflix Comedy Special) Reba: Seasons 1-6 The Final: Attack on Wembley War Dogs Bodkin The Guardian of the Monarchs Mother of The Bride Sing Street Thank You, Next Living with Leopards Pokémon Horizons: The Series Part 2 The Ultimatum: South Africa Mark Twain Prize Award: Kevin Hart Archer seasons 1-13 Princess Power S3 Married at First Sight season 15 Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal The Clovehitch Killer May 16 Bridgerton S3 part 1 Dumb and Dumber To Maestro in Blue S2 Upgrade May 17 The 8 Show Power Thelma the Unicorn May 19 A Simple Favor Golden Kamuy May 20 The Parisian Agency: Exclusive Properties Season 4 May 21 Rachel Feinstein: Big Guy Paramount+ with Showtime Recently released The ChiS6 Pillowcase Murderspremiere The Boss Baby 2: Family Business Love & Hip Hop: Miami(S5) May 17th Mourning in Lodpremiere RuPaul's Drag Race All StarsS9 premiere May 18th Supernova May 21st LOLLA: The Story of Lollapalooza premiere May 22nd Aerial AdventuresS1 Peacock Recently released Snapped: Killer Couples, S17 Finale Vanderpump Rules, S11 Finale Love Undercover, S1 Premiere Eurovision Song Contest 2024 Puss in Boots: The Last Wish A Whitewater Romance American Ninja Warrior Women's Championship, S15 OMG Fashun, S1 Premiere Perry Mason(1957), S1-5 Cold Justice, S7 Deal or No Deal Island, S1 Finale Best of the Tonight Show Special: 10 Years of the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon May 16th Caillou, S1 Love Undercover, S1 May 17th Law & Order, S23 Finale Law & Order: Organized Crime, S4 Finale Law & Order SVU, S25 Finale May 18th Family Practice Mysteries: Coming Home May 19th Dream Big: The Michelle Wie Story- Special Everything Puppies May 22nd The Voice, S25 Finale streaming Lollapalloza wasn’t always a Chicago-based festival. It began in the summer of 1991 as a touring festival featuring some of the biggest alternative acts of the time, including Nine Inch Nails. The new documentary “LOLLA: The Story of Lollapalloza” streams May 21st on Peacock. Anne Hathaway stars in the new Hulu original film “Eileen.” This 1960s-set thriller is based on the novel of the same name by Ottessa Moshfegh, who upon seeing the film, commented that “this is so much better than my book.”

Page 20 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Most Popular Streaming TV 1. Dark Matter (APP) 78% 2. Them (AMZ) 79% 3. Doctor Who (DIS) 97% 4. Baby Reindeer (NFX) 98% 5. Bodkin (NFX) 68% 6. Hacks (MAX) 99% 7. Fallout (AMZ) 93% 8. A Man in Full (NFX) 43% 9. The Sympathizer (MAX) 87% 10. Dead Boy Detectives (NFX) 93% includes rotten tomatoes average “tomatometer” AMAZON PRIME • Sophie Turneris attached to star in the new Amazon series Haven with Jacob Fortune-Lloyd (Bodies) and Archie Madekwe (Saltburn) co-starring in the upcoming heist thriller. • Prime Video has announced it ordered a sequel to its 2023 movie,Red, White & Royal Blue. • Amazon is teasing the new animated series Batman: Caped Crusader, whichwill consist of 10 episodes, premiering Aug. 1. APPLE TV+ • Frog and Toad will return for a second season this month. Frog and Toadis based on the Caldecott and Newberry Honor-winning book series by Arnold Lobel. Season 2 drops May 31. DISNEY + • Disney announced Zombies 4: Dawn of the Vampires. 2018's Disney Channel movie Zombies was a romantic musical about the love story between Zombie Zed (Milo Manheim) and human Addison (Meg Donnelly). 2020's Zombies 2 introduced werewolves, and aliens in the third film. Zombies 4: Dawn of the Vampiresis due on Disney+ next year. HULU •Such Brave Girlswill return for a second season on BBC Three and Hulu. • The Bear will return for a third season in June. The new season consists of 10 episodes, which will debut all at once June 27 on Hulu. NETFLIX • Carrie-Anne Moss has joined the cast of the Netflix series FUBAR. FUBAR is a spy comedy starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Monica Barbaro as a father and daughter who team up after discovering they are both secretly CIA operatives. • The teen romantic drama Heartstopperwill return for a third season on October 3. • Netflix announced that Ellen DeGeneres will perform and film a new stand-up special for the streaming service that will be shown later this year. PARAMOUNT+ • Paramount+ announced that production has begun on Season 2 of itsFrasierrevival.Peri Gilpin guest-starred in the first season and is now slated to recur in Season 2 as Frasier's former radio co-host Roz. • Special Ops: Lionesswill return for a second season. Lioness is a spy thriller created by Taylor Sheridan (Yellowstone) and starring Zoe Saldaña, Nicole Kidman, Morgan Freeman and Laysla De Oliveira. Freeman will be promoted to a series regular in the new season. PEACOCK • Longtime friends and former costars Paris Hilton and Nicole Richiewill reunite in a new series. Hilton, 43, and Richie, 42, shared a teaser for their reality show, more than 20 years after the debut of The Simple Life, a reality show starring Hilton, a greatgranddaughter of Hilton Hotels founder Conrad Hilton, and Richie, the daughter of singer Lionel Richie, first premiered on Fox in 2003. • Chris Meloni's Law & Order: Organized Crime has been renewed for Season 5, but is moving from NBC to its streaming sister Peacock for the 2024-25 television season. • TheTedprequel series will return for a second season. Tedis created by Seth MacFarlane and serves as a prequel to the films Ted (2012) andTed 2(2015). streaming news Carrie-Anne Moss Most Popular Streaming Movies 1. Unfrosted (NFX) 40% 2. The Idea of You (VOD) 83% 3. Abigail (VOD) 84% 4. Late Night with the Devil (VOD) 97% 5. War/Planet of the Apes (MAX) 94% 6. Ministry of Ungentle... (VOD) 71% 7. LaRoy, Texas (VOD) 100% 8. Monkey Man (VOD) 89% 9. Turtles All the Way Down (MAX) 86% 10. Last Stop in Yuma...(VOD) 98% includes rotten tomatoes average “tomatometer” The Conners, a sequel to the classic blue-collar comedy, Roseanne, has been renewed for a seventh and final season. ABC has not disclosed the length of the season, but Variety cited an unnamed source as saying it will likely feature six episodes. The show premiered in 2018 and stars John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Sara Gilbert, Lecy Goranson, Emma Kenney, Ames McNamara, Katey Sagal and Jay R. Ferguson. Roseanne, which was created by and starredRoseanne Barr, ran from 1988 to 1997. It was revived for a well-received new season in 2018, but it was quickly canceled after Barr made a racially charged joke online. Barr was fired, her beloved matriarch character killed off and the spin-off, The Conners,was created with the rest of the adult cast. ••• NBC announced its fall schedule last week. Three new series and multiple specials join the returning shows. The new series include Reba McEntire's return to sitcom in Happy's Place, costarring Melissa Peterman from McEntire's 2001 sitcom Reba. Zachary Quinto stars in the new medical drama Brilliant Minds, based on real-life neurologist Oliver Wolf. St. Denis Medical is a medical comedy starring Wendi McLendon-Covey in her first show after The Goldbergs. The special Defying Gravity: The Curtain Rises on Wicked airs Nov. 26, previewing the Universal Pictures adaptation of the stage show, starringCynthia Erivo and Ariana Grande. The 10-part docuseriesThe Americas, narrated by Tom Hanks, premieres Feb. 23. The spinoff Suits: L.A. is still pending as is the pilot Grosse Pointe Garden Society. The Voice returns Mondays at 8 p.m. followed byBrilliant Mindsat 10. Another episode of The Voice airs Tuesdays at 9, following St. Denis at 8 and Night Court at 8:30.The Irrationalairs at 10 p.m. Tuesdays. Wednesdays has the Chicago franchise, Med, Fire and P.D. Thursday has Law & Order at 8, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit at 9 and Found at 10. Happy's Place airs Fridays at 8 p.m. withLopez vs. Lopez at 8:30 and Dateline NBC at 9. Big Ten Saturday Night takes over Saturdays and NBC Sunday Night Football Sundays. 2025 will see the reality competition Destination X, the dramaThe Hunting Partystarring Melissa Roxburgh, and the return ofDeal or No Deal Island. ••• Snoop Dogg and Michael Bublé are joining NBC singing competition series The Voice. Dogg and Bublé join singer Gwen Stefani, who first appeared as a coach on The Voice in Season 7, and country music singer and actress Reba McEntire, who joined the show in Season 24. network news John Goodman Paris Hilton May 16, 2024 HAPPENINGS Page 21 Sunday May 19, 2024 12 p.m. on CBS 2024 PGA Championship Final Round The best golfers in the world battle it out for the second men's major of 2024 at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky., during the final round of the PGA Championship. Who out of the large field of contenders will lift the Wanamaker Trophy by the end? 6 p.m. on NBC Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald In hopes of thwarting Grindelwald's (Johnny Depp) plans of raising pure-blood wizards to conquer nonmagical beings, Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) enlists his former student Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), who agrees to help, unaware of the dangers ahead. 7 p.m. on AETV WWE Rivals Hulk Hogan vs. The Rock In 2002, history was made when wrestling icon Hulk Hogan returned to the ring to take on The Rock for a generational spectacle. It was a WrestleMania dream match. In this season finale, Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias hosts. 7 p.m. on FOX The Simpsons As another season of the iconic series draws to a close, Springfield braces for the final episode with anticipation. Tonight, join the beloved Simpsons and their quirky neighbors for the conclusion to Season 35. In this finale, Bart finds a new friend. 7 p.m. on ABC American Idol It's been a season of incredible talent (who could forget Gene Simmons' coaching episode?) and the last singers standing are about to learn who will be this year's winner. Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan judge, while Ryan Seacrest hosts. 8 p.m. on CBS Tracker When two amateur storm chasers go missing in this season finale, Colter (Justin Hartley) is called in after the local police assume it was an accidental drowning. But Colter's skills have him looking into a local resort with nefarious activities. 9 p.m. on PBS Guilt on Masterpiece The series finale of this darkly comedic thriller follows polar opposite brothers Max (Mark Bonnar) and Jake (Jamie Sives) as they stumble in and out of trouble. The pair have a plan for victory that will leave Maggie (Phyllis Logan) done and dusted. Monday May 20, 2024 7 p.m. on FOOD Summer Baking Championship There's nothing like the sea air and a luxurious ocean cruise, so host Jesse Palmer has the 10 bakers create cruise-themed delights, including inner tube cakes and snorkeling-themed cheesecakes, for judges Carla Hall, Damaris Phillips and Duff Goldman. 7 p.m. on TLC 90 Day Fiance: Love In Paradise Whisked away to Jamaica, Panama, Costa Rica and Barbados, four Americans are trying to salvage relationships with their holiday flings. Relationships in various phases, include a fling that turned serious, a romance that turned into a pregnancy, and Americans hopeful their romance with their local islander works out. The four couples are hopeful their relationships will continue, yet nearly every relationship seems doomed to fail due to the miles and drama between them. 7 p.m. on CBS The Price Is Right at Night If you have any idea the price of motorized scooter or a hot tub, you owe it to yourself to watch host Drew Carey as he takes viewers on a trip down memory lane to guess the real retail prices of products ranging from soup mix to new cars. 8 p.m. on HBO Stax: Soulsville, U.S.A. This docuseries transports viewers back in time to 1960s Memphis, Tenn., where a group of interracial collaborators joined forces to make music on their own terms. Known as Stax Records, it was one of America's most influential creators of Black music. 8 p.m. on HGTV Ugliest House in America Comedian Retta sets out on a journey, traversing five diverse regions in search of the most unsightly homes. Once the ugliest abode is crowned, HGTV's Alison Victoria steps in with an aweinspiring $150,000 renovation surprise for the homeowners. 8 p.m. on FOX So You Think You Can Dance Following the eliminations of potential finalists like Avery Gay, Olivia Alboher, Roman Nevinchanyi and Braylon Browner, the competition is more cutthroat than ever as it reaches the final stretch. Only one can be crowned winner in this finale episode. 10 p.m. on SYFY USA Race to Survive: New Zealand It's some of the world's most beautiful terrain, but as nine teams of two head off on this exhaustive 150-mile endurance race, they soon discover harsh conditions in this season premiere. Tuesday May 21, 2024 6 p.m. on HGTV Who's Afraid of a Cheap Old House? It's tough to beat the charm of an old house. So when a couple starts their search for an old home, they enlist Ethan and Elizabeth to help them find the right place in his hometown. But when his father passes away suddenly, it takes on greater meaning. 7 p.m. on BRAVO Vanderpump Rules If you thought one reunion wasn't enough, restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump's group of dramaproducing staff are back for Part 2. Lala, Ariana, Katie, Sandoval and the rest of the crazy crew have things to get off their chest and want to clear the air. 7 p.m. on DSC Moonshiners After tasting their best barrel yet, Mark and Digger make a run to rival $2,000 bourbon in the season finale. Tickle makes a daring deal selling shine at a wrestling match to reopen his restaurant. Mike faces the daunting prospect of Richard's revenge. 7 p.m. on FOOD Chopped Four chefs stand ready at their stations. This week, they're ready to take on the fresh and humble foods of Tuscany - with a twist, that is. From appetizers to desserts, the chefs must tackle issues of confidence and competence to win the final prize. 7 p.m. on CBS FBI In this season finale, Maggie (Missy Peregrym) and the team fall into a figurative burning ring of fire. And, unfortunately, these flames are getting higher as the terrorist group responsible for Hobbs' (Roshawn Franklin) death return to finish things. 7 p.m. on FOX The Cleaning Lady Thony (Elodie Yung) came to the U.S. to get life-saving health care for her ailing son. But when the system leaves her hopeless, she uses her wit, charm and intelligence to find success by connecting with the criminal world in this season finale. 8 p.m. on TLC OutDaughtered Things are busier than ever for the Busbys as the girls prepare for the pressures of a new school year while Danielle packs for a work trip. Meanwhile, Adam has a chance to work with a celebrity chef. However, he can't be in two places at once. 8 p.m. on NBC The Voice Sing like the wind, you gossamertoned angels! In this season finale, judges Reba McEntire, John Legend, Chance the Rapper and Dan + Shay - and the rest of America - finally learn just which judge and singer will be crowned this season's big winner. 8 p.m. on PBS American Experience The latest installment of this docuseries delves into the Kerner Commission, whose 11 members where appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson to investigate the riots that engulfed majority Black communities and urban centers across the U.S. in 1967. 9 p.m. on CBS FBI: Most Wanted Things are getting stressful in this season finale as Maggie (Missy Peregrym), Remy (Dylan McDermott) and the team hurry to stop a terrorist from detonating a dirty bomb in Manhattan. Then, Ray (Edwin Hodge) celebrates a milestone before his wedding. 9 p.m. on ABC The Good Doctor After seven seasons on air, it's time to say goodbye to Dr. Shawn Murphy (Freddie Highmore) and his fellow surgeons at St. Bonaventure. With some shocking developments already taking place this season, is there more in store before the curtain falls? on the airwaves

Page 22 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Wednesday May 22, 2024 7 p.m. on CBS Survivor Someone is about to become $1 million richer by the end of this episode as Jeff Probst has kept the castaways from killing themselves or each other just long enough to escape Tribal Council in this season finale. Who will be the final castaway standing? 7 p.m. on FOX The Masked Singer In this creative, televised game of "Guess Who?," celebrities don elaborate costumes - including face masks that conceal their identities - and take part in a singing competition, each relying solely on their talent to win it all in this season finale. 7 p.m. on ABC Jeopardy! Masters Brainiacs unite as six of the highest-ranked current "Jeopardy!" contestants battle it out in two games over this one-hour episode. James Holzhauer, Matt Amodio, Mattea Roach, Yogesh Raut, Victoria Groce and others compete in this season finale. 7 p.m. on PBS Nature A new episode airs as the team continues their globe-trotting adventure, documenting the endlessly diverse animals and ecosystems coloring our world. They make a stop in Ireland, where they plan to follow the elusive pine marten through the Burren. 8 p.m. on AETV Killer Cases This time, the tragic death of Ilene Gowan, a waitress at a local bar in Council Bluffs, Iowa, leads a grieving family to call in forensic examiner Dr. Michael Baden to help solve the case. Gowan's body was found abandoned on the side of the road. 8 p.m. on CW Sight Unseen Former homicide detective Tess Avery (Dolly Lewis), formally diagnosed as blind, is offered a second chance at being an investigator with the help of human seeing-eye guide Sunny Patel (Agam Darshi), a nervous agoraphobe living 3,000 miles away. 8 p.m. on FOX Gordon Ramsay's Food Stars Season 2 kicks off with a new twist - hospitality icon and TV personality Lisa Vanderpump joins as a mentor. She faces off against Chef Ramsay by choosing entrepreneurs from the world of food and beverage and training them to become leaders. 8 p.m. on NBC Chicago Fire Season 12 of this firehouse procedural blazes on as Lt. Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) leads a brave team of men and women through the dangerous situations that arise while fighting fires in the Windy City. Joe Minoso and Kara Killmer also star. 9 p.m. on FREEFRM grown-ish They've grown up before our very eyes. With college ending, Zoey (Yara Shahidi) and Junior (Marcus Scribner) are now officially entering the real world in this series finale. Will her fashion line take off? Will Junior be able to craft the perfect life? Thursday May 23, 2024 7 p.m. on CW Patti Stanger: The Matchmaker Season 1 of this reality series continues with a brand-new episode, following as matchmakers Patti Strange and Nick Viall help their single-and-desperate clients identify their emotional wounds, face relationship woes and start their search for love. 8 p.m. on FOOD Beat Bobby Flay Take your seats and prepare your plates as this all-star showdown begins, seeing chefs Shirley Chung and Tim Hollingsworth try to leave their contemporary, Bobby Flay, in the dust. Carla Hall and Ana Navarro from "The View" pop in to witness the cook-off. 8 p.m. on CBS Elsbeth A walk down the runway is the final shot when an agitating fashion photographer is murdered in the middle of a fashion show during this season finale. Plus, Elsbeth's (Carrie Preston) presence at the precinct is suddenly precarious due to her personality. 8 p.m. on FOX Don't Forget the Lyrics! Think of it as musical chairs for your vocal chords. In this season premiere, contestants sing projected lyrics with the studio band. But when the lyrics disappear, the contestants must keep singing the correct lyrics for a shot at $1 million. 9 p.m. on FX Welcome to Wrexham The team takes a long, hard look at what they want to accomplish this season now that they have a new roster, new challenges and a bullseye on their back. Can the team and the town keep the underdog story alive with the Hollywood ending everyone wants? 9 p.m. on AETV Interrogation Raw Interrogation videos give a look inside serious crime. A Florida mother disappears into the night following her daughter's first birthday celebration. As authorities strive to locate her, they turn to the father of her child for information. 9 p.m. on ABC Station 19 Things are heating up between Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) and Lt. Jack Gibson (Grey Damon), but the house is struggling with a devastating loss during a routine call. Then, Travis (Jay Hayden) and Ben (Jason George) attempt to save a friend. Friday May 24, 2024 7 p.m. on TCM The Caine Mutiny Kicking off TCM's Memorial Day Marathon weekend is this World War II-based drama where Lt. Steve Maryk (Van Johnson) is court-martialed for relieving Capt. Philip Queeg (Humphrey Bogart) of ship command during a serious storm. Also stars Fred MacMurray. 7 p.m. on CBS Lingo RuPaul returns for a new season of this word-based game show. Each episode sees multiple teams of two contestants try their best to guess the correct words for money and a place in the "Lingo Showdown." Which team will walk away with the jackpot? 8 p.m. on FOOD Best Bite in Town As Mayor of Flavortown, Guy Fieri entrusts Noah Cappe to take two Food Network chefs to towns he hasn't tackled yet. They each present their favorite dish from popular local restaurants to a panel of expert judges who will crown the best bite in town 8 p.m. on HBO We're Here A new episode of this awardwinning reality show sees drag queens Priyanka, Sasha Velour, Jaida Essence Hall and Latrice Royale take their world-class fabulousness to an all-new small town throughout the U.S. to spread the joy of drag and fight prejudice. 8 p.m. on NBC Dateline NBC Each new episode of this highlyacclaimed docuseries features compelling interviews, updates and more, offering an in-depth look at a real-life investigation. Lester Holt hosts. 8 p.m. on PBS Great Performances This comedic play by Ossie Davis follows Rev. Purlie Judson (Leslie Odom Jr.), a traveling Black preacher, as he schemes to reclaim his inheritance and win back his church from plantation owner Ol' Cap'n Cotchipee (Jay O. Sanders). Saturday May 25, 2024 7 p.m. on HALL Big Sky River: The Bridal Path The spaces may not be wide enough in Big Sky Country as Tara (Emmanuelle Vaugier) has finally moved to Montana to be with cowboy Boone (Kavan Smith). But as she strives to bring their families together, tensions cause a rift that'll be difficult to heal. 7 p.m. on LIFE Cruise Ship Murder A cruise may be exciting and new if you're aboard "The Love Boat," but when a man's (Matthew Pohlkamp) wife (Skye Coyne) shockingly falls overboard during their cruise, his secret past comes back to haunt him. 7 p.m. on TCM Attack! Jack Palance stars as Lt. Joe Costa, a reservist in the closing months of World War II who's been assigned to set up a strategic observation post. 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Atwood Quartet covers Swift and Del Rey's "Snow on the Beach" and Jonas's "Jealous." For the first time, Bridgerton will feature an original song. Rogét Chahayed, Wesley Singerman, Taylor Dexter and Nicole Cohen wrote "All I Want." Tori Kelly will perform the song live at Bridgerton events this month. An instrumental version of "All I Want," adapted by composer Kris Bowers, appears in Part 2. Childish Gambino, Megan Thee Stallion among this week’s new release news Donald Glover has released a new album as his alter ego, Childish Gambino. The actor, singer and rapper, 40, released the albumAtavistaand a music video for the song "Little Foot Big Foot," featuring Young Nudy, earlier this week. In a post on Instagram, Glover said Atavista is "the finished version" of 3.15.20, his fourth album as Gambino, released in March 2020. He added that "the all new childish gambino album" will be released in the summer. The "Little Foot Big Foot" video features Abbott Elementarystar Quinta Brunson. Glover also shared a teaser for Atavistathat stars Casey Frey and features trippy visuals. Glover will promote his music with a new world tour featuring Willow Smith and Amaarae as special guests. Local stops include August 14th at the Fiserv Forum and October 3rd at the United Center. As an actor, Glover is known for playing Troy Barnes on Community and for creating and starring on the FX series Atlanta. He most recently starred on the Prime Video series Mr. & Mrs. Smith. ••• Megan Thee Stallion is back with new music. The 29-year-old singer and rapper released a single and music video for the song "Boa" last week. "Boa" has an arcade-themed music video starring Megan Thee Stallion as a character from the fake video game The Curse of the Serpent Woman, who comes to life and kills three players. It is the third snake-themed single to debut from Megan Thee Stallion's forthcoming third studio album, following "Cobra" and "Hiss."The singer released "Hiss" in January. Megan Thee Stallion will promote her new music with the Hot Girl Summer tour, which kicks off in Minneapolis and comes to Chicago’s United Center on May 14th and May 19th. ••• Ice Spice is back with new music. The 24-year-old singer and rapper released a single and music video for the song "Gimme a Light" last week. "Gimme a Light" samples the 2001 single "Gimme the Light" by Jamaican recording artist Sean Paul. The music video shows Ice Spice smoke and dance on her to way to a club. "Gimme a Light" is the first official single to debut from Ice Spice's forthcoming debut album, Y2K. The album is slated for release in November. ••• South Korean boy band Stray Kids is back with new music. TheK-popgroup released a single and music video for the song "Lose My Breath" featuring American singer-songwriter Charlie Puthlast week. The video shows the members of Stray Kids convene in the city on a day of mysterious fireworks. Puth does not appear in the video. Stray Kids also released a reactionvideothat shows the members watching the "Lose My Breath" music video for the first time. The members comment on how the video has "sad but sexy" and "vintage" vibes. ••• Avril Lavigne will release a greatest hits album in June. The 39-year-old singer-songwriter announced the album ahead of the start of her greatest hits tour. Lavigne will release the album Greatest Hits on June 21. "Can't do a greatest hits tour without a greatest hits album!!!" she wrote on Instagram. Greatest Hitswillfeaturethe singles "Sk8er Boi," "Complicated," "I'm a Mess" featuring Yungblud, "Head Above Water" and 16 other tracks. Lavigne announced her greatest hits tourin January and it includes local stops at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater in Milwaukee on Sept. 9, and Chicago’s Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island on Sept. 10. All Time Low, Simple Plan, Royal and the Serpent, and Girlfriends will appear as special guests on select dates. music news FLASHBACK - THIS WEEK IN 1984 Hot 100 (pop singles) 1. Footloose/film soundtrack 2. Can’t Slow Down/Lionel Richie 3. Thriller/Michael Jackson 4. 1984/Van Halen 5. Sports/Huey Lewis & the News 6. Heartbeat City/The Cars 7. Colour By Numbers/Culture Club 8. Love At First Sting/Scorpions 9. She’s So Unusual/Cyndi Lauper 10. Grace Under Pressure/Rush Billboard 200 (albums) 1. Hello/Lionel Richie 2. Let’s Hear It For The Boy/Denice Williams 3. Against All Odds/Phil Collins 4. Hold Me Now/Thompson Twins 5. To All The Girls.../J.Iglesias & W.Nelson 6. Time After Time/Cyndi Lauper 7. Love Somebody/Rick Springfield 8. Oh Sherrie/Steve Perry 9. You Might Think/The Cars 10. Footloose/Kenny Loggins BILLBOARD WEEKLY CHARTS Hot 100 (pop singles) 1. Not Like Us/Kendrick Lamar 2. Million Dollar Baby/Tommy Richman 3. Euphoria/Kendrick Lamar 4. Fortnight/Taylor Swift ft. Post Malone 5. A Bar Song (Tipsy)/Shaboozey 6. Like That/Future, Metro Boomin, K.Lamar 7. Family Matters/Drake 8. Espresso/Sabrina Carpenter 9. Beautiful Things/Benson Boone 10. Lose Control/Teddy Swims Billboard 200 (albums) 1. The Tortured Poets Dept./Taylor Swift 2. Radical Optimism/Dua Lipa 3. One Thing At A Time/Morgan Wallen 4. We Don’t Trust You/Future & Metro Boomin 5. Seventeen Best Album.../Seventeen 6. Vultures 1/Ye & Ty Dolla Sign 7. Dangerous/Morgan Wallen 8. Cowboy Carter/Beyonce 9. Stick Season/Noah Kahan 10. SOS/SZA Childish Gambino Avril Lavigne Megan Thee Stallion

Page 28 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 Lupita Nyong'o faces 'end of days' in 'A Quiet Place: Day One' trailer Paramount Pictures is teasing the new film A Quiet Place: Day One. The studio shared a trailer for the post-apocalyptic thriller featuring Lupita Nyong'o and Joseph Quinn. A Quiet Place: Day Oneis a prequel to theQuiet Place movies directed by John Krasinski and starring Krasinski and Emily Blunt. The new film takes place in New York prior to the events of A Quiet Place (2018), on "day one" of the alien invasion by sightless monsters that hunt by sound. The trailer shows Nyong'o's character flee with her cat alongside a character played by Quinn (Stranger Things) as aliens rain down from the sky and terrorize humans in the streets of New York City. A Quiet Place: Day One opens in theaters June 28. Dave Bautista, Samuel L. Jackson begin production on new action film Black Bear announced the beginning of production on the action film Afterburn. Dave Bautista, Samuel L. Jackson, Olga Kurylenko and Kristofer Hivju star. Bautista plays a treasure hunter looking for the Mona Lisa in a postapocalyptic world. Afterburn is based on a Red 5 comic book, adapted by Matthew Johnson and Nimrod Antal. J.J. Perry directs Afterburn. Perry is a stuntman and stunt coordinator who also directed the Netflix action filmDay Shift. 'Downton Abbey 3' movie in the works Focus Features and Carnival Films have announced plans to release a third Downton Abbey movie. The films are sequels to the hit British costume drama, which ran from 2010 to 2015. Returningfrom the beloved franchise will be Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Jim Carter, Phyllis Logan, Robert JamesCollier, Joanne Froggatt, Allen Leech, Penelope Wilton, Lesley Nicol, Michael Fox, Raquel Cassidy, Brendan Coyle, Kevin Doyle, Harry Hadden-Paton, Sophie McShera, Douglas Reith and Paul Giamatti. Joely Richardson, Alessandro Nivola, Simon Russell Beale and Arty Froushan will join for the third, as-yet-untitled movie. Maggie Smith's iconic character, Violet, the Dowager Countess of Grantham, died in the last movie, 2022's Downton Abbey: A New Era. Series creator Julian Fellowes is writing the screenplay and producing the project, while Simon Curtis is onboard to direct. No release date for the third movie has been announced yet. 'Lord of the Rings: The Hunt for Gollum' to open in theaters in 2026 Warner Bros. will release the first of its new Lord of the Rings films, Lord of the Rings: The Hunt for Gollum, in 2026. Lord of the Rings: The Hunt for Gollum will be directed by and star Andy Serkis, who portrayed Gollum via motion capture technology in the originalLord of the Rings trilogy. Warner Bros. confirmedin February 2023 that it is developing "multiple" films based on the Lord of the Rings fantasy book series by J.R.R. Tolkien. The original film trilogy includedThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2000), The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003), starring Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen,Sean AstinandCate Blanchett. Tolkien's writings were also adapted as the Amazon series The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, whichwas renewed for Season 2in November 2019 ahead of its premiere on Prime Video.. Cynthia Erivo, Ariana Grande cry over 'Wicked' characters Universal Pictures released a new featurette for Wicked. The first of two films based on the Broadway musical, inspired by The Wizard of Oz, opens Nov. 27. Cynthia Erivo, who plays the role of "Wicked Witch of the West" Elphaba, teared up talking about her journey to the film. She recalled seeing the Broadway production when she was 25, and the clip includes her audition footage and Zoom with director Jon M. Chu. "It's been a really long journey and I'm grateful for it," Erivo says through tears. Costar Ariana Grande has also had Wicked in her life. She saw the Broadway production at 10, and in an interview as a young performer, she told a reporter it was her dream to play Glinda, the good which. Grande also cried when Chu gave her the role via Zoom. "I love her so much," Grande said. "I'm going to take such good care of her. Thank you so much." Chu, director of Step Up 2 the Streets, Step Up 3D and In the Heights, also said Wicked was his dream musical to adapt for film. The musical tells of the friendship between the witches of Oz before the events of the L. Frank Baum books. Elphaba is ostracized for her green face and driven to wickedness. NBC is airing a behind-the-scenes special on Wicked on Nov. 26. The second film is coming Nov. 26, 2025. movie news WEEKEND BOX OFFICE REPORT May 10th - 12th, 2024 1. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (w1) $56.5M 2. The Fall Guy (w2) $13.7M 3. Challengers (w3) $4.6M 4. Tarot (w2) $3.4M 5. Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (w7) $2.5M 6. Unsung Hero (w3) $2.2M 7. Kung Fu Panda 4 (w10) $2.0M 8. Civil War (w5) $1.8M 9. Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (re-release) (w2) $1.5M 10. Abigail (w4) $1.1M FLASHBACK TO THIS WEEKEND IN 1984 1. The Natural (w1) $5.0M 2. Breakin’ (w2) $4.9M 3. Firestarter (w1) $4.7M 4. Sixteen Candles (w2) $3.1M 5. Romancing the Stone (w7) $3.0M Lupita Nyong’o Best Sellers-Movies & TV 1. Dune Part Two 2. The Boy and the Heron 3. Bluey: Complete Seasons One and Two 4. Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire 5. Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire 6. Once Upon a Time in the West 7. The Crow 8. Starship Troopers (25th Anniversary) 9. Andor: Season 1 10. Mean Guns Source: Amazon (includes pre-orders) Ariana Grande May 16, 2024 HAPPENINGS Page 29 May 16, 2024 through May 23, 2024 ARIES (March 21-April 19): Owning the latest and trendiest tools might become your favorite topic of conversation. The fire of your ambitions might be banked this week, giving you freedom to focus on improving your resources or trying something new. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Spur of the moment activities may be more enjoyable than carefully planned events. Using original ideas and displaying an independent spirit could put you at the top of your game as next week unfolds. Keep shining brightly. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You possess the determination and persistence to make your dreams of making more money come true. Someone who you consider loving and wise might provide some sound advice about how you could more easily reach your goals. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Cultivate a better reputation in your professional life by keeping your promises unfailingly. It might be worthwhile to reach beyond your means if you have someone supportive by your side to cheer you on. Connect with your inner circle. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Asking questions and showing interest in someone else highlights your friendliness. You might have a positive influence on others by being concerned and thoughtful. Consider initiating a passion project that needs your long-lasting enthusiasm. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Using your foresight and good judgment may help you avoid sticky situations. Consider making important phone calls today to clear up any misunderstandings. You may be excited to study anything out of the ordinary and unusual. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Whether you put your heart or resources on the line, your goal could be to make a commitment when the time is right. Loved ones may introduce interesting activities into your life that provide a wholesome break from your usual routines. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You could meet someone with the wisdom and wherewithal to give you a positive sense of direction. Welcome the possibility that some of the people who come into your life this week could prove to be a source of comfort and security. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Sprinkle tolerance and good will around generously in every conversation and the enthusiasm of others may grow. Stay mindful of your budget but anticipate that you may have a few extra expenses in the upcoming week. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You might be willing to release certain traditions since you may understand the benefits of complex and innovative ideas. Giving in to spontaneous excitement and thrills could add some zest to your life and enhance your connections. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Everyone may not fit the mold. A elf-motivated person could alter your perceptions of how things should be in the week ahead. Some tasks may require a sense of concentrated and sustained effort rather than spurts of enthusiasm. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Deep thought could help you make wiser decisions and choices. 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Page 30 HAPPENINGS May 16, 2024 this week in pop culture history 5/16 Janet Jackson 58, Megan Fox 38, Melanie Lynskey 47, Pierce Brosnan 71, Miles Heizer 30, David Boreanaz 55, Danny Trejo 80, Tori Spelling 51, Krist Novoselic 59 5/17 Passenger 40, Jordan Knight 54, Craig Ferguson 62, Trent Reznor 59, Josh Homme 51 5/18 Tina Fey 54, George Strait 72, Jack Johnson 49, Teresa Giudice 52, Spencer Bresling 32, Chow Yun Fat 69 5/19 Sam Smith 32, Jason Gray-Stanford 54, Grace Jones 76, Pete Townshend 79, Lily Cole 36, Erika Jordan 42 5/20 Cher 78, Busta Rhymes 52, Matt Terry 31, Ted Allen 59, Tony Goldwyn 64, Sarah George 32, Timothy Olyphant 56 5/21 Kevin Quinn 29, Mr. T 72, Hutch Dano 32, Gotye 44, Parker Cannon 32, Lisa Edelstein 58, Ronald Isley 83 5/22 Ginnifer Goodwin 46, Naomi Campbell 54, Morrissey 65, Julia Pierce 27, Johnny Gill 58, Morgan Stewart 36 Pop icon Janet Jackson first performed onstage at age seven and was a child TV actor before becoming a solo pop music superstar. For the past few years, rumors have abounded about a new album, which has yet to get any official release news. But fans can see the star live when she takes the stage on June 19 at the United Center. birthdays May 21, 1956 WITI TV channel 6 in Milwaukee begins broadcasting May 22, 1958 Jerry Lee Lewis arrives in London with his 14-year-old bride, his third cousin, Myra. When word got out about his marriage, his British tour was cancelled May 19, 1977 Smokey & the Bandit starring Burt Reynolds, Sally Field, and Jackie Gleason, premiers May 21, 1977 Stevie Wonder starts a three week run at #1 with Sir Duke his tribute to Duke Ellington May 16, 1986 Tom Cruise stars in the new film Top Gun May 19, 1988 James Brown was arrested for the fifth time in 12 months, following car chase. He was charged with assault, resisting arrest, and possession of illegal weapons May 19, 1990 Madonna starts a three week run at the top of the singles chart with her eighth chart topper Vogue May 19, 1992 Vice President Dan Quayle attacks TV’s Murphy Brown for being a single mother and a poor example of family values May 22, 1992 Johnny Carson makes his final appearance as host of The Tonight Show May 20, 1993 The final episode of Cheers airs on NBC. May 19, 1999 One of the most anticipated films in history, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, opens in theaters May 21, 1999 After 19 nominations (and losses) All My Children star Susan Lucci wins her first Daytime Emmy May 18, 2001 The animated film Shrek debuts in theaters May 21, 2008 Lou Perlman, music mogul who created the Backstreet Boys and N Sync, is sentenced to 25 years in prison for a decades-long investment scam May 20, 2015 David Letterman hosts the Late Show for the last time May 16, 2019 After 12 seasons, the finale of The Big Bang Theory airs on CBS "It was the best decision for me because I needed to be present for my family. I had friends try to cheer me up by saying, 'Malcolm's not going to remember this. Don't worry.' But I just kept thinking to myself, 'I'm going to remember this, that I missed all these things.' It's his childhood, but it's my motherhood, and I don't want to miss any of these parts if I don't have to." The NewsroomandThe Daily ShowalumOlivia Munnhas revealed she froze some of her eggs before undergoing a double mastectomy and hysterectomy as part of her treatment for aggressive breast cancer. Munnannouncedin March 2024 that she tested negative for BRCA, "the most well-known cancer gene," in February 2023 and had a normal mammogram. She was diagnosed with breast cancer two months later. ComedianJohn Mulaneyis Munn's boyfriend and the father of their 2-year-old Malcolm. "Roger Corman, one of the most influential movie directors in my life, has passed away. It was my privilege to know him. He was a great friend. He shaped my childhood with science fiction movies andEdgar Allen Poeepics. I'll miss you, Roger." Writer, director, and producer John Carpenter takes to X to celebrate the life of iconic low-budget, B-film director Roger Corman after his death at the age of 98. Corman’s resume includes “The Masque of the Red Death,” the original, non-musical version of “Little Shop of Horrors,” “Death Race 2000,” and “Piranha.” “I will be watching but I will not be showing up. It’s just a new thing and there’s really no reason for my character to show up in something like that. But I’m excited about it, it sounds like a great conceit.” Following the news that Greg Daniels’ “The Office” spin-off has the green light at Peacock, original series star Steve Carrell was quick to rein in any hopes that his character Michael Scott will appear. The new series, which remains untitled, will once again be a mockumentary, set in the same universe as “The Office.” It will see the same documentary crew following the staff of a dying newspaper in the Midwest. "Would you like to know the snake's name? Ssss-Cecil! Cecil's actually very nice. I’m not afraid of snakes at all. I just was like, 'Really, we added a snake into the mix now? This has just gone too far.'" Which TV personality recently opened up about the seven pets she and her daughters keep in their New York apartment, including a pet snake her daughter had won in a school raffle? For the answer, visit! A. Sherri Shepherd B. Kelly Clarkson C. Drew Barrymore D. Hoda Kotb things people say Olivia Munn Roger Corman, 1926-2024 Steve Carrell

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