Chris Rock Isn’t Alone: When Comedians Get Serious – E! Online

Chris Rock isn’t laughing.

After years of cracking audiences up with his comedy and movies, the Saturday Night Live veteran is getting serious with his starring role in the long-awaited fourth installment of FX’s Fargo, creator Noah Hawley‘s hit anthology adaptation of the Coen brothers’ classic film.

Premiering on Sunday, Sept. 27, after a pandemic-induced delay—there were just two episodes left to film before COVID shut down the industry back in March—the new season, set in 1950s Kansas City, finds Rock playing mob boss Loy Cannon. Not only is it the first meaty dramatic role in his career, but it also marks the first-ever time he’s starred in a scripted series ever. Talk about a learning curve.

As he told The Hollywood Reporter, the job required more from him than he’d initially expected, forcing him to set aside plans to work on new stand-up material until filming

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Visitors to state parks in New Hampshire encouraged to make reservations online

New Hampshire State Park officials are reminding people who plan to head to a recreation area that reservations should be made online ahead of time.>> Download the FREE WMUR app The state’s reservation system was created in March at the height of the pandemic, it was used during the summer and people have been encouraged to continue using it through the fall months.>> Find the state park recreation reservation systemThe reservation system is used to help control crowds at New Hampshire’s state parks and in many state parks visitors must reserve a parking spot.“People can go onto our site, they can go to our day-use reservation, there is a user-friendly panel where you can pick the park you would like, select it and make a reservation,” Reservation program specialist Shawn Hamilton said.The confirmation ticket you receive will be given to a staff person at the park. People are encouraged to … Read More

Watch Tonight’s Presidential Debate Live Stream Online


Joe Biden and Donald Trump will face off for a presidential debate.

Tonight’s presidential debate for the 2020 election starts at 9 p.m. Eastern time. There are many ways to watch the debate tonight live online, even if you don’t have cable, including multiple embedded videos in this story below. Read on to see all the many options that are available to you today.

Stream the Debate Tonight Right Here

Tonight’s debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden starts at 9 p.m. Eastern time and is expected to last for 90 minutes until 10:30 p.m. Eastern time. The debate is co-hosted by Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic. It’s being held at the Health Education Campus at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio.

Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace is moderating tonight’s debate. According to The Commission on Presidential Debates, the topics for tonight’s

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Improved Online Portal For COVID-19 Testing: Santa Clara County

SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA—If you’re looking to get tested for COVID-19, there’s now more lead time offered for scheduling an appointment through an improved online portal, according to county officials.

Appointments can now be made at the rotating city-based sites a week in advance, and five days in advance at the ongoing Santa Clara County Fairgrounds operation. Appointments can be made at

Santa Clara County officials are reminding residents with healthcare coverage that large healthcare systems such as Kaiser Permanente, Sutter/Palo Alto Medical Foundation and others are required by county order to offer free testing to members who:

“We are seeing gains through our efforts to keep the community healthy, but with that comes a continued responsibility for individuals to get tested,” said Dr. Marty Fenstersheib, COVID-19 Testing Officer for the County of Santa Clara. “Whether it’s done through healthcare providers or County sites run by Valley Medical Center,

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Still closed, Baltimore County senior centers keep seniors connected online

Shirley Hewitt did not expect to spend the early days of her retirement homebound in the throes of a public health crisis.

The 74-year-old dreaded the thought of a life devoid of many obligations. Before the pandemic, she avoided spending time in the Dundalk home she once shared with her late mother, preferring to keep busy by volunteering at her church, taking art classes, playing the slots or organizing activities with the Red Hat Society.

She retired from her part-time job in April, shortly after she began self-isolating in mid-March.

“For a couple months there, it was like I was in this house alone with the cat all day, every day,” Hewitt said. “I don’t usually get depressed, but I had my moments.”

That was before Baltimore County’s senior centers shifted programming to a virtual setting — a learning curve for all involved, but one that Hewitt says has made

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Celebrate Tolland going online

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Federal agents reportedly killed Portland shooting suspect Michael Reinoehl

Federal agents shot and killed Michael Reinoehl, the main suspect in the fatal shooting of a member of a far-right group on Saturday night, while trying to arrest him Thursday, The New York Times and other news organizations report. Portland police had issued a warrant for Reinoehl’s arrest earlier in the day. When officers on a federal fugitive task force tracked him down to an apartment in Lacey, Washington, Reinoehl pulled a gun, a senior Justice Department official told The Associated Press. Witnesses told the Times that Reinoehl was getting into a vehicle to escape.Reinoehl, 48, more or less confessed Thursday to shooting Aaron “Jay” Danielson in a confrontation after supporters of President Trump drove trucks through downtown Portland, but he insisted he was acting in self-defense. “You know, lots of lawyers suggest that I shouldn’t even be saying

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Manhattan Beach ‘Pierspective’ Physical Exhibit Tour Now Online

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA — “Pierspective,” a community art exhibit designed to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Manhattan Beach Pier, is now available to view online. The art exhibit is sponsored by the City of Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation Department and has rolled out two online ways to view submissions and the actual exhibit hung inside the city’s Cultural Arts Center.

The newest portion of the exhibit is the physical tour of the 75 selections chosen to be in it. A few months ago, the city posted all of the submissions online, including ones that did not make it into the exhibition because they received so many [156]. The new video allows you to walk through the cultural arts building with two narrators to see and learn about the pieces.

The Parks and Recreation Department had to take the exhibition online and virtual due to COVID-19. Normally, the selected

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Increasing Consolidation of Online Travel Agencies a Key Driver

“Global Online Travel Booking Platform Market 2020-2024” report has been added to’s offering.

The global online travel booking platform market is poised to grow by $204.81 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of 5% during the forecast period.

This report provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.

The market is driven by the increasing internet and smartphone penetration and differential packaging methods used by vendors. The study identifies the increasing consolidation of online travel agencies as one of the prime reasons driving the online travel booking platform market growth during the next few years.

The global online travel booking platform market is segmented as below:

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Online Travel Market 2020-2023, Size, Share, Growth Potential, Major Application

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Aug 14, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Online Travel Market Report: By Platform Type (Mobile/Tablets Based, Desktop Based) Mode of Booking (Online Travel Agencies, Direct Travel Facilitators) Service Type (Transportation, Accommodation, Vacation Packages), Region — Global Forecast till 2023

The global online travel market is expected to grow from USD 570.25 billion in 2017 to USD 1,134.55 billion by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.16% during the forecast period. The online travel industry has undergone several changes over the last decade, owing to technology advances. Use of technology in the travel industry has come a long way since the global distribution system (GDS) due to the use of mobile applications and rising penetration of the Internet. This has helped in changing the process of travel bookings, making it easy and swift. The service model of

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El Camino Real students make it through first day of online classes

El Camino Real catcher Josh Klein had his first day of online learning from home on Monday, the first day of the new semester for students at the Woodland Hills charter school. <span class="copyright">(Abby Spencer-Knerr)</span>
El Camino Real catcher Josh Klein had his first day of online learning from home on Monday, the first day of the new semester for students at the Woodland Hills charter school. (Abby Spencer-Knerr)

Monday was the first day of the school year at El Camino Real, an independent charter school in Woodland Hills.

Junior catcher Josh Klein woke up at 7:45 a.m., took a shower, got dressed, ate breakfast, and then turned on his school-supplied Lenovo laptop at 8:45 a.m. for his first day of online classes.

The first part of the day ended at 12:15 p.m. for a 30-minute lunch break, and his remaining classes ended at 2:15 p.m. Using Microsoft Team, he had classes in Spanish III, English, math, honors chemistry, baseball and advanced placement U.S. history.

“Today was getting used to classes and going over curriculum and how online distance learning is going to work,” he

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