Dear Abby: Man uses security cameras to spy on stay-at-home wife
Dear Abby: I’m a stay-at-home mom with three children — all in school. We recently had security cameras installed around our house. However, my husband has taken to using them to monitor everything I do throughout the day. He will say things like, “What took so long to go to the dry cleaner?” or, “Why did you go outside at 11 a.m.?” I feel like a prisoner in my home! What should I do? No Privacy in the East Dear No Privacy: What your husband is doing is controlling and, frankly, creepy. This is what insecure abusers do to their significant others.
Horoscope for Saturday, 3/17/18 by Christopher Renstrom
ARIES. (March 20 - April 18): Ruling Planet Mars is in Capricorn through May 15. Set goals high because nothing is impossible now.
ODC choreographer Brenda Way’s ‘News of World’ plays up #MeToo angle
It begins with some “fake news.” A woman in a pert red dress collapses sideways into the arms of a man in a business suit, who joins his cronies in a shimmying dance of celebration. As quickly as those things happen they’re reversed, in a magical-thinking moment of collective amnesia. After that unnerving now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t feint, “News of the World,” an ODC/Dance piece seen in its world premiere Thursday, March 15, at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, gets down to some seriously indelible business about men and women.
20 iconic rock album covers hijacked by cute kittens
By day Alfra Martini is a New York-based graphics designer. But in her spare time, she enjoys replacing the bodies of musicians on classic rock album covers with kittens.
‘7 Days in Entebbe’ completely fumbles the finish
Movies go bad in all kinds of ways, but in “7 Days in Entebbe” the filmmakers found a brand-new way for their movie to commit suicide. It happens, remarkably, in the movie’s last 10 minutes, in a jaw-dropping flameout unlike anything I’ve ever witnessed. Until then, “7 Days in Entebbe” is a tense and gripping historical thriller, re-creating the terrorist hijacking of an Air France airliner in 1976 and the hostage drama that followed. As anyone who buys a ticket to this movie will know, the drama culminated in a stunning rescue operation by Israeli commandos. So this is not a movie that people watch while wondering how it will turn out.