Patrick C. "Pat" Johns, a legendary Catholic Relief Services figure whose expertise as Director of Emergency Operations earned him the moniker of the "Master of Disaster," died Sept. 14 of kidney and heart failure at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 66.
ARIES (March 21-April 19): You'd probably prefer to stay in the romantic, carefree state of mind. But from what I can tell, you're ripe for a new phase of your long-term cycle. Your freestyle rambles and jaunty adventures should now make way for careful introspection and thoughtful adjustments. Instead of restless star-gazing, I suggest patient earth-gazing.
The majority of the reviews for "The End Of the Tour," the movie about David Foster Wallace and the Rolling Stone writer who followed him on the last leg of his "Infinite Jest" promotional tour in 1996, suggest it's an artistic triumph: "A special, lovely little gem," says Indie Wire; "quite touching and, at times, wise," according to the Guardian. "[Actor Jason Segel] is not doing an impersonation. It's a performance," declares Rolling Stone. "Very much the film that lovers of Wallace's
Ethan Phillip Weibman, a 20-year-old short-time Baltimore resident originally from an affluent town in Westchester County, N.Y., is scheduled to go on trial on charges of animal cruelty resulting in death, mutilating an animal and animal cruelty..