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Published: Friday, June 30, 2017 @ 6:00 AM
— A downtown club is up for grabs, according to a sign on its window.
A “for lease” sign recently appeared on the window of 101 St. Clair St.
The address is the former home of Club Vex, which became Cloverdale dance club in July 2016.
This news organization reported in January that Hats Off Investment Group was in the process of spending nearly $400,000 on the St. Clair St. building and 118 E. Fourth St., a paved lot, from Dellsa Development Corp.
That company is owned by Scott Edsall of Dayton, according to a contract for deed.
Dellsa Development Corp is still listed as the owner of the property on Montgomery County Auditor Karl Keith’s website.
A message was sent to Edsall via Facebook. Voicemail messages were left for Joseph C. Lucas, the attorney listed on the Deed contract for Hats Off Investment Group.
A voicemail was also left on the number listed on the “for lease” sign.
This story is developing and will be updated.
Published: Saturday, February 24, 2018 @ 2:04 PM
— British actress Emma Chambers, best known for her role as Alice Tinker on the hit BBC show "The Vicar of Dibley," has died.
She was 53.
The news of her death was announced Saturday, but the BBC reported that Chambers died Wednesday evening. Chambers died of natural causes, the BBC reported.
Chambers was well-respected for her comedic talents. She starred on "The Vicar of Dibley" from 1994 to 2007, earning a British Comedy Award in 1998, the BBC reported. Chambers also appeared in the film "Notting Hill" with Hugh Grant.
Chambers is survived by her husband, actor Ian Dunn, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Our beautiful friend Emma Chambers has died at the age of 53. We're very very sad. She was a great, great comedy performer, and a truly fine actress. And a tender, sweet, funny, unusual, loving human being. pic.twitter.com/vLQcRcv2Ex— emma freud 🔴 (@emmafreud) February 24, 2018
Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news.— Hugh Grant (@HackedOffHugh) February 24, 2018
Published: Friday, February 23, 2018 @ 9:11 PM
Federline’s attorney reportedly sent the pop singer a letter recently indicating that he would like to renegotiate the $20,000 monthly payment he currently receives from her for their two sons, Preston, 12, and Jayden, 11.
Married from 2004 to 2007, the former couple decided on that amount after Spears lost sole physical and legal custody over the children and was placed in a still-ongoing conservatorship under the care of her father during their highly-publicized 2008 divorce. However, now that her residency has grossed over $137 million in four short years, Federline is looking to cash in, believing the success of her show was “in part because the boys have been in her life.”
Britney Spears' ex Kevin Federline requested child support increase after her successful Las Vegas residency: https://t.co/0XoZcf8klx— Us Weekly (@usweekly) February 24, 2018
“Kevin has always been supportive of Britney’s recovery and has always recognized what a great mother she has been,” a source familiar with the situation told US Weekly. “Britney’s entire world are the boys, period. She just lights up when she is with them.”
However, Federline additionally feels he’s entitled to an increase in child support in order to “recognize the sacrifices he has made because he has gone above and beyond what most people would do in this situation.”
Both Spears and Federline are reportedly hoping to reach an agreement outside of court, with the insider adding, “Britney won’t be involved with any of the legal discussions regarding the increase request. She will let her dad, Jamie, and the lawyers hash it out. However, Jamie isn’t just going to fork over what he would consider an outrageous demand.”
Britney Spears, 2003. pic.twitter.com/1lnnKq679i— Britney Spears FR (@NewsBritneyFR) February 21, 2018
Published: Friday, February 23, 2018 @ 6:32 PM
— Award-winning actress and comedian Nanette Fabray has died at the age of 97, Variety reported Friday.
Fabray was known for her charm, energetic exuberance and multi-talented performances in musical theatre in the 1940’s, as well as movies and TV in the 1950’s.
She won a Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway musical “Love Life” in 1949, according to her biography, and three Emmy Awards in the mid-1950s for her work on Sid Caesar’s television show “Caesar’s Hour.”
She co-starred with Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse in the 1953 movie “Band Wagon” and played Grandma Katherine Romano on the hit show “One Day at a Time” from 1979 to 1984, among many other roles over her long career.
She was also a longtime advocate for the deaf after overcoming a serious hearing problem of her own. She was awarded the President’s Distinguished Service Award and the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award for her long efforts on behalf of the hearing impaired.
Fabray’s son, Dr. Jamie MacDougall, according to The New York Times, confirmed she died at her home in Palos Verdes, California on Thursday.
Flowers will be placed on the Walk of Fame star of actress Nanette Fabray today at 3:30 pm at 6300 Hollywood Blvd. pic.twitter.com/KzE4gwRDe1— Ana Martinez (@wofstargirl) February 23, 2018
Nanette Fabray has died at the age of 97. pic.twitter.com/cTLLAFUNt2— Michael Starr (@StarrMSS) February 23, 2018
Published: Friday, February 23, 2018 @ 10:29 AM
— Ryan Reynolds isn’t just a charming actor. He’s also a renowned social media goofball who is really great at shutting down trolls.
On Monday, the 41-year-old movie star took to Instagram to share a few photographs of himself — in character as the R-rated mercenary Deadpool — hanging out with some children with life-threatening illnesses on the set of the upcoming sequel “Deadpool 2.”
“Deadpool kicked cancer ... but these kids do it for real every day,” Reynolds captioned the images.
“These foundations make dreams come true for a lot of super-brave kids. They also make dreams come true for parents, who just wanna see their kid smile. HUGE thanks to our Prop Master, Dan Sissons, for making sure every kid left with his/her own sword. (Bamboo versions. Not stabby-stabby versions.)”
“Guys Deadpool is R rated movie and those kids are watching it… I think something is wrong here…,” a comment on the post said.
Reynolds wasn’t about to let that slide.
“Yup. Deadpool is Rated R. If my kid went through a fraction of the (expletive) these kids deal with daily, I think they can watch whatever they like,” Reynolds replied. “That’s just my .02 cents.”
Make-A-Wish America commented a message of gratitude on the actor’s post.
“You. Are. Awesome. Thank you so much for being an amazing wish granter and supporter of our mission,” the comment said.