Arnie Burton, Rick Holmes, Kelly Hutchinson and Liv Rooth in David Ives' Lives of the Saints. Photo: James Leynse All in the Timing, an evening of six wildly comedic sketch/plays by David Ives (and directed by John Rando) was a major hit when it was produced by Primary Stages in 1993, enjoying a quick off-Broadway transfer and a 600-performance run. Show More Summary
Jurors' views on the death penalty at center of questioning as a large pool is vetted for James Holmes' trial
"On this episode of The Remix, James Braxton Peterson talks to Maori Karmael Holmes, founder of Blackstar Film Festival, and Alex Gibson of the Philadelphia Film Society. They discuss DuVernay's Oscar snub and the future of more diverse Hollywood films. And they give their picks for independent films that may have been ignored by the Academy but that are great viewing choices."
Implicit in a lot of the discussions about how negative a book reviewer can be is a question of utility: is a book review an act of public service or a work of art in itself? In the Times, James Parker and Anna Holmes debate the purpose of the review. Sample quote: “I’d argue that […]
Unusual scene during jury selection in Aurora, Colo. theater shooting -- woman falls to her knees, for starters
The case against James Holmes has already absorbed at least $5.5 million in public monies.
To the editor: A disturbed man commits a mass shooting, a tragedy that should be the occasion for society to try to understand why some externalize their own suffering by destroying the lives of others. ("Jury selection to begin in trial of James Holmes in Colorado theater massacre," Jan. 19)
Trial experts say the James Holmes trial is ripe for a stealth juror with an agenda.
Jury selection began today for the trial of James Holmes, the shooter who killed 12 people at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado in 2012. A record 9,000 people received summons to be considered for the jury. Holmes entered a … Continue reading ? The post Jury selection for Aurora shooting trial has begun appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Defendant is quiet before start of jury selection to decide whether he was sane when he opened fire in Colorado movie theater
James E. Holmes, sporting a new look, sat quietly and appeared engaged on Tuesday as proceedings began at his trial on murder and other charges in connection with the 2012 mass shooting in a suburban Denver movie theater.
James Holmes is accused of killing 12 people and wounding 70 in the theater shooting in July 2012. He has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. The jury pool of 9,000 is one of the largest ever.
James Holmes' trial opens today, will likely offer rare glimpse into mind of mass shooter http://t.co/07BlnkO7dU pic.twitter.com/6Y3ZFFWCvM — Sky News America (@SkyNewsAmerica) January 20, 2015
The fate of Colorado theater shooter James Holmes ultimately hangs on whether the jury thinks he was sane or insane at the time of the rampage. The process to decide who those dozen jurors will be begins Tuesday afternoon when the first wave of an unprecedented 9,000 prospective jurors reports to the Arapahoe County Justice Center.
By Keith Coffman and Daniel Wallis CENTENNIAL, Co. (Reuters) - The first of some 9,000 potential jurors will report to court in Colorado on Tuesday as selection begins for the trial of James Holmes, the former neuroscience graduate student who killed 12 people in July 2012 at a midnight screening of a Batman movie. Show More Summary
When the gavel drops Tuesday in Courtroom 201 at the Arapahoe County Justice Center, the trial of James E. Holmes, accused of one of the most heinous and vicious mass killings in the nation's history, is expected to finally begin.
When the first potential juror in Case No. 12CR1522 arrives at the Arapahoe County courthouse on Tuesday, two years, six months and a day will have passed since the defendant terrorized a packed Denver-area movie theater with guns and tear gas.
The prosecution has criticized the defense for not turning over their mental health experts' reports and understandably refuses to turn over government experts' reports. While the two sides engage in a standoff, both knowing what they...Show More Summary
On January 1st, 2015, the works of Ian Fleming entered the public domain in a number of countries. That means that the character of James Bond is no longer copyrighted in those countries, just like Sherlock Holmes has been for a while. But it doesn't mean that it's suddenly open season on that character. Read more...
By Kieth Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - Attorneys defending accused Colorado cinema gunman James Holmes sought a further delay of his murder trial, set to begin this month, after recently receiving "a vast amount" of new information, court documents showed on Wednesday. Show More Summary