The Chatham-Kent Film Group presents Lucky on the big screen at the Chatham Capitol Theatre tonight.
Two showings at 4 and 7. $10 cash at the door.
Interested in a full season membership? They’re available tonight for $50.
Lambton-Kent-Middlesex MP Bev Shipley announced yesterday that he will not run in the 2019 federal election.
That means there will be two new faces representing the Conservatives in the next election, Chatham-Kent Leamington MP Dave Van Kestern announced earlier he will also not seek re-election.
— Blackburn News CK (@BlackburnCK) July 8, 2018
Zuckerberg only trails Amazon’s Jeff Bezos with $142 billion and Microsoft founder Bill Gates with $94.2 billion. And now for the first time the three richest people all made their fortunes from technology.
Zuckerberg just passed Buffett on Friday, when Facebook shares climbed 2.4%.
Netflix is phasing out user-submitted reviews over the next two months.
Ultimately, Netflix’s decision to eliminate user reviews likely boiled down to one thing: They probably have not driven people to watch more content on the service. The reviews feature on Netflix has allowed viewers to rate a TV show or movie using a five-star scale.
Netflix will instead go to a “thumb” based system. They say they deliver more accurate recommendations and they’re easier for people to understand. The company said that in testing, it saw a 200% increase in ratings by users with the thumbs-up/thumbs-down system.
Travis Pastrana replicated three of Evel Knievel’s most famous motorcycle jumps in Las Vegas last night. He actually did better than Evel on each one and he landed them all.
On the first jump he cleared 52 cars and went 143 feet in the air.
On his second jump, Travis Pastrana cleared 16 Greyhound buses, a distance of 192 feet.
For his last jump, Travis jumped over the Caesar’s Palace fountain, the jump that Evel Knievel tried and missed.
— HISTORY (@HISTORY) July 9, 2018