Rodarte

22 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Sigrid Agren From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is the latest accepted revision, reviewed on 28 January 2019. Sigrid Agren Agren at Zuhair Murad’s show Born (1991-04-24) 24 April 1991 (age 27)[1] Martinique, France[1] Modeling information Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)[2] Hair color Blonde[1] Eye color Light Brown[1] Agency The Society Management (New York) Ford Models (Paris) […]

22 Feb 19
Articels

1.Frances McDormand, 2018 What she won for:Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Who designed the dress: She did not walk the red carpet or reveal who designed her dress. 2.Emma Stone, 2017 What she won for:La La Land Who designed the dress: Givenchy 3.Brie Larson, 2016 What she won for:Room Who designed the dress: Gucci 4.Julianne Moore, 2015 What […]

22 Feb 19
The Student Life

The Sagehen softball team (4-0, 2-0 SCIAC) continued its hot start, beating Whittier (0-3, 0-2 SCIAC) 7-1 and 2-0 Feb. 16. Hannah Brajkovich PO ’22 led the team in the first game, going 2-3 with two RBIs, two runs and a home run. Izzy Deatherage PO ’20 and Liz Rodarte PZ ’19 also hit solo […]

22 Feb 19
The Reporter
More court dates in Solano County Superior Court are scheduled for the following defendants charged with felonies: BEN H. SAPP II Just-rescheduled legal proceedings against a 23-year-old Fairfield man accused of a 2017 shooting that left two men suffering from gunshot wounds, according to court records. Ben Herbert Sapp II appeared Thursday in Department 1  for a trial readiness conference and trial setting but those proceedings were delayed until 1:30 p.m. Monday in Judge Jeffrey C. Kauffman’s courtroom in the Justice Center in Fairfield. In February Sapp entered pleas of not guilty to a charge of assault with a deadly weapon and two counts of attempted murder. The Nov. 11, 2017, shooting in the 1900 block of Grande Circle in Fairfield allegedly occurred amid a marijuana and firearm transaction in an apartment complex, court records from Sapp’s February preliminary hearing revealed. He allegedly approached two men involved in the transaction, was handed a semiautomatic pistol by one of the them, and then proceeded to shoot both men before fleeing on foot through the Fairfield apartment complex, with the gun and marijuana in hand. One of the men told police Sapp appeared to be high at the time, according to court testimony. Before firing the gun, Sapp reportedly performed a pistol slide. One of the men was shot in the upper thigh area, the other in the genitals, according to police records. Sapp remains jailed on $2,650,000 bail, of which $150,000 is related to a separate case. MICHAEL L. WILLIAMS A  judge scheduled a trial readiness conference early next week in advance of a retrial for a Vallejo murder suspect whose first trial ended with a deadlocked jury in late December in a Vallejo courtroom. Judge Daniel Healey ordered Michael Leon Williams to return to Department 2 at 8:30 a.m. Monday for the conference in the Justice Building in Vallejo. He also scheduled Williams’ jury trial for 8:30 a.m. March 11, also in Department 2. Deputy District Attorney Melainee Collins leads the prosecution, and Vincent Maher the defense. The latest court dates come after jurors on Dec. 19 deadlocked on whether to convict Williams, a Vallejo man charged with the fatal shooting of another man nearly six years ago. Healy declared a mistrial, and Solano County District Attorney Krishna Abrams vowed to seek a retrial. Williams, who remains in Solano County Jail, faces a first-degree murder charge related to the March 17, 2013, shooting death of Michael Weil, 65, a transient who reportedly was staying in the detached garage of a home in the 400 block of Hichborn Street in Vallejo. According to court testimony in the four-day trial, the shooting was prompted by Williams’ belief that Weil owed him rent money for staying in the garage on the property owned by his former wife. When Weil refused to hand over the cash and also subsequently refused to hand over a bottle of Everclear, an alcoholic drink, Williams allegedly shot him once in the forehead with a .22-caliber revolver, killing him. The several jurors who voted not to convict may have been swayed by several facts in the case: No witness positively identified Williams as the shooter; no murder weapon was ever found; the existence and whereabouts of a man reportedly connected to the firearm, Uncle Ray Ray, was never confirmed. Throughout, Maher’s aggressive questioning of police investigators and their techniques and his casting doubt on the testimony of two prosecution witnesses, whom he called “jailbirds” in a post-trial interview, may have weakened the prosecution’s case in the holdout jurors’ minds. If convicted after the retrial, Williams, who is in his 30s, may face 25 years to life in state prison, with the possibility of more time behind bars because of a prior strike, court records indicate. VICTOR A. ESTRADA A 30-year-old Fairfield man charged with fatally stabbing his father last spring in Suisun City will return to court next month for further proceedings. Victor Alfonso Estrada on Feb. 14 appeared in Judge William J. Pendergast’s courtroom for a doctor’s report about his mental competency, then the judge set his next court date for 8:30 a.m. March 6 in Department 11 in the Justice Center in Fairfield. Estrada is being defended by Deputy Public Defender Nick Filloy. It was unclear from court records if Pendergast determined if Estrada, as a result of a mental disorder or developmental disability, is able to understand the nature of the criminal proceedings or able to assist Filloy in his defense. Suisun City police believe Estrada killed his father, Alfonso Rodarte, 48, on the morning of March 24, 2018, shortly before police received a 911 call reporting a stabbing outside a residence in the 500 block of Line Street. “Based on the preliminary investigation, it appears the incident took place in front of the residence,” the police department wrote on its Facebook page. Additional information indicates Estrada was believed to be estranged from his father at the time of the stabbing. He was arraigned on the charges March 27 and remains in Solano County Jail. DEVON S. ERVIN A judge again postponed scheduled legal proceedings until next month for a Vallejo man accused of fatally shooting a 26-year-old woman three years ago. Devon Shirome Ervin, 26, appeared in Judge E. Bradley Nelson’s courtroom for a readiness conference and to set a preliminary hearing but they were rescheduled for 8:30 a.m. March 22 in Department 4 in the Justice Center in Fairfield. Ervin, who is represented by defense attorney Dustin M. Gordon, is charged with murder in the death of a Vallejo woman, Jami Schooler, who was found dead Feb. 26, 2016, inside a residence. Around 2:40 p.m. that day, Vallejo police were dispatched to the 500 block of Central Avenue on a report of a suspicious death. Inside the home, officers found Schooler dead from a gunshot wound. Police said the victim and defendant knew one another. Ervin was arrested March 3 and continues to be held without bail in Solano County Jail. If found guilty of first-degree murder, Ervin faces 25 years to life in state prison.
21 Feb 19
GeekandGear.com

Shudder is already the go-to source for watching horror movies, but the streaming service is expanding its reach in the audio world as well. Last year, Shudder launched the Video Palace audio drama, and this year, they’re launching three new podcasts that should be must-listen experiences for diehard horror fans: Eli Roth’s History of Horror: […]

21 Feb 19
Boston Herald
#gallery-1561230-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1561230-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1561230-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1561230-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Charlize Theron arrives at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP) Jennifer Lopez arrives during the 82nd Academy Awards Sunday, March 7, 2010, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles) Emma Stone arrives at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2017, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) Brie Larson poses in the press room with the award for best actress in a leading role for “Room” at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) One thing is for sure: There are some changes in store at this year’s Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday. For starters, there’s no official host this year. And the powers that be have gone back and forth about which awards they’re going to air on camera at all. But what about the red carpet — will the pre-show looks and interviews have an added pressure to shore up the rest of the show’s uncertainty? We’ll have to wait and see. But based on who’s nominated, who’s presenting and who can always be counted on to make a particular kind of splash, here are a few predictions and/or hopes for what we can expect to see from some of our favorites: J Lo: She’s one of a long list of presenters this year, and with any luck, she’ll don something unforgettable From her past glittering Badgely Mischka sheath dresses to her now-iconic, skin-baring Versace frock, she never disappoints. Charlize Theron: Also a presenter this year, the always-glam bombshell knows how to give a lesson in red carpet entrances. Remember her in metallic Dior haute couture two years ago? Or her stunning and head-turning red gown in 2016 — also Dior? In fact, she wears Dior often enough, that betting we’ll see her in the brand again this year isn’t exactly a long shot. Brie Larson: Another presenter, and someone we can never quite put a finger on, fashion-wise. Maybe she’ll show up in a classic silhouette, as she has in Oscar de la Renta. Or perhaps in something like the Calvin Klein halter gown she wore to the 2016 Golden Globes. Whatever she comes up with, odds are it’ll be stunning — a la her ruby red Rodarte sweetheart gown from the 2017 Golden Globes. Lady Gaga: A best original song nominee, she and Bradley Cooper will be performing together as their “A Star Is Born” characters. If they’re in character, that means no outrageous or rocked-out costume on stage (as we saw in Gaga’s solo performance of “Shallow” at the Grammys). But it would be surprising if she didn’t take things to the max for the red carpet. And as we know with her, the sky’s always the limit. Amy Adams: She’ll be there as a nominee for best actress in a supporting role for “Vice,” and I can’t wait to see what she cooks up for us. She’s always made the most of her beautiful pale skin and red hair at high-glam events, usually with very classic, Old Hollywood looks. I loved her sweeping, periwinkle blue Atelier Versace she wore to to the Golden Globes in 2015 as much as the two-tone red halter Versace number she chose for the 2014 Globes. Emma Stone: She too, will be there as a nominee for actress in a supporting role for “The Favourite.” And she’s another woman who goes in for classic Hollywood looks. Her choices are always feminine and on the haute end — the likes of Roland Mouret, Prada, Giambattista Valli and Rochas. Glenn Close: She’ll be up for best actress in a leading role category for her performance in “The Wife.” She’s historically a big fan of power suits on the red carpet — from Alexander McQueen in lavender silk to elegant pure white Ralph Lauren designs. This time, though, I think we have a chance of seeing her in a dress, given the number of voices saying this year will be her big moment in the Academy’s spotlight.  
20 Feb 19
UPROXX

Add another entry to the list of “Breaking Bad” references on “The Walking Dead.”

20 Feb 19
Rumela S

Written by: Rumela Sen for Wedding Affair 18.2 Aug-Sep 2016 Edited by: Nandita Das Fashion that creates brouhaha on the runway is often a resurgence of a trend documented from an era that made an immortal saga for the world to drench in. But designers today are not just ‘revivalists’, they are creators of a […]

18 Feb 19
Archy news nety

* Warning: this article contains spoilers from the latest episode of The Walking Dead. The Walking Dead served a new break-over for Breaking Bad in the final episode of season nine, titled Omega. Yep, it has only just been revealed that actor Seth Gilliam was keen that the two shows would come together and now […]

18 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

The latest episode of the Walking Dead continued to confirm the longstanding theory that the zombie drama plays in the same universe as breaking Bad, The reference to Vince Gilligan's acclaimed drama comes from the new character Lydia (Cassady McClincy) in the tenth episode of Season 9 entitled "Omega" (read our top five conversation points […]

18 Feb 19
Mercyfittingin

If last week’s sporadic snow flurries and 0°C weather forecast has taught us anything it’s that the rumours were true – there is *literally* no joy in winter. Unless, of course, you work in the fashion industry and – despite a growing number of designers producing ‘see-now-buy-now’ collections to keep up with the impatient demand […]

18 Feb 19
Archy Worldys

FEBRUARY February 14: Tokyo, Japan Hiroaki Teshigawara vs. Yuki Iriguchi, 12 rounds, junior feather weights Kenichi Horikawa vs Satoru Todaka, 10 rounds, junior junior flyweights February 15: Hinckley, Minn. (ESPN / ESPN deportes) Rob Brant vs. Khasan Baysangurov, 12 rounds, middleweights Joshua Greer vs. Joshua Greer Giovanni Escaner, 10 laps, Bantamweights Mikaela Mayer vs. Yareli […]

18 Feb 19
EMMA IRWIN

With NYFW 2019 wrapped up until next year, I wanted to take the time to put together all of my favorite looks on my blog. After sorting through all of the looks that went down the runway, I chose 39 different looks from 11 different designers. I have listed them below organized by designer and […]