Marni

25 Jun 19
Jet Venues

How well do you know musical theater? Can you figure out what song Chaya-Helene Weintraub’s Broadway class is dancing to? Thank you to Marni Schamroth for filming! She will be teaching this Thursday’s class as a guest teacher!

24 Jun 19
A Flash of Light

JUMO Originals – Penelope Gown One of the trends we’re most excited to try is lingerie – and not just the kind you pull out on date night. From lace camisoles worn beneath trenches and corsets paired with oversized shirts, there’s a host of new styles to try, in and outside of the bedroom. Penelope […]

24 Jun 19

JUMO Originals – Penelope Gown One of the trends we’re most excited to try is lingerie – and not just the kind you pull out on date night. From lace camisoles worn beneath trenches and corsets paired with oversized shirts, there’s a host of new styles to try, in and outside of the bedroom. Penelope […]

24 Jun 19
Bayview Glen Public School

We would like to thank all the students, parents, guardians and our hard working, committed staff who have made this year at Bayview Glen P.S. such a rewarding time.  Thank you to a wonderful group of individuals.  On behalf of the school, we would like to thank the School Council for their tireless efforts and […]

24 Jun 19
Shantal Gravois

Tiende una mano y da una llama al sentimiento y en un suspiro ella siente un tirón… Holds one hand and gives a flame to the feeling and in a sigh she feels a push… (Miguel Bosé Song) Dress and sandals: LUXE Paris NEAPOLITAN Romper-Dress & Sandals at SWANK EVENT  (June Round) Hair: ALANTORI – Kyra […]

23 Jun 19
Marni Hesak

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23 Jun 19
Marni Hesak

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.

23 Jun 19
Marni Hesak

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23 Jun 19
The Smokin Word BBQ

Dating Dealbreakers: How to Placed Your Non-Negotiables. How to Comprehend His Online Profile The best ways00 to set your current dating deal breakers or possibly non-negotiables concerning how you’ re looking for within a relationship will be to set your intention one or thanks to a relationship coach for instance Marni. Now plan to take […]

23 Jun 19
Việt Nail Single

Dating Dealbreakers: How to Set Your Non-Negotiables. How to Make sense of His On the internet Profile An effective way00 to set your own personal dating bargain breakers or even non-negotiables in what you’ maest? looking for within the relationship should be to set your company intention destroy or thanks to a internet dating coach […]

23 Jun 19
Lisa Furtado

Dating Dealbreakers: How to Set Your Non-Negotiables. How to Comprehend His On-line Profile The best way to set your company dating deal breakers as well as non-negotiables about what you’ re also looking for within a relationship is usually to set your own intention destroy or with the assistance of a going out with coach […]

22 Jun 19
The Mercury News
Bay City News ROHNERT PARK — The City of Rohnert Park will ask a U.S. District Court judge in San Francisco to overturn a jury’s verdict that awarded $4 million to the parents of a man who died during a confrontation with Rohnert Park Department of Safety officers at a motel in 2017. Christopher and Marni Wroth’s son Branch Wroth, 41, died during a physical altercation with the officers at the Budget Inn on May 12,2017. The officers were responding to a call by a guard at the inn who said Wroth was acting strangely and refused to leave after checkout time. At least six officers responded and determined Wroth was incoherent and in an altered state. The officers said Wroth claimed he had been poisoned by chemicals, according to the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office investigated the in-custody death. The officers learned there was a warrant for Wroth’s arrest, and he became combative and resisted, leading one officer to shoot him six times with a Taser, according to the sheriff’s office. Wroth was handcuffed, became unresponsive and died at the scene. An autopsy by an independent pathologist determined Wroth might have suffered a heart attack while under the influence of methamphetamine immediately after the struggle, the sheriff’s office said. The pathologist said Wroth’s death was a homicide, meaning he died at the hands of another but does not imply anyone is criminally liable for the death, the sheriff’s office said. Wroth’s parents filed a civil rights complaint on Sept. 14, 2017, against the City of Rohnert Park and the officers who responded to the altercation. They claimed their son died of positional asphyxiation. The complaint states officers held Wroth down on his stomach on the floor with their knees in his back and ignored Wroth as he yelled for help and said he couldn’t breathe. The jury deliberated four days before returning its verdict Thursday. The jury said the City of Rohnert Park failed to provide adequate training to five officers who responded, and the training policies of the City were inadequate for officers to handle unusual and recurring situations. The jury also found the City was deliberately indifferent to the consequences of its failure to train the police officers adequately, and that the failure to do so was the “moving force” behind Wroth’s death. The individual officers who responded to the incident were removed as defendants in the case before trial. Rohnert Park Assistant City Manager Don Schwartz said the city has filed a motion challenging the validity of the claim about inadequate police training. A hearing date on the motion has not been set. “If the judge agrees, the training claim and verdict would be invalid,” Schwartz said. Schwartz also said Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch found all the officers acted lawfully and the use of force was warranted under the circumstances. Ravitch’s report indicated two doctors concur the cardiac arrest was the cause of death and that there was a high level of methamphetamine in Wroth’s system, Schwartz said. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]The Wroths’ attorney Izaak Schwaiger did not return phone calls and emails for comment Friday.