He really needed to let go and just ‘take’ his partner. Best Quote from Jack and Cheryl -Cheryl (explaining the dance): “You’re playing a pimp and I’m your bitch.” Jack: “Yes you are.” Jack: OK. Now, I feel like I’m making a porno. Score: 22 Christina (former singer) and Mark B – 1920s sexy flapper/joker theme (Charleston) Wow. This time Christina really stepped up to the plate. She let go, gave into the character, and flaunted the theme’s raunchiness. Her kooky head tilt, naughty facial expressions and body motions all perfectly matched Mark. I was ready to throw in the towel on her last week, but she’s finally showing her natural talent (and her decades of professional dance/performance training). FINALLY! During weeks one and two, I hoped they’d eliminate Christina early. She seemed a waste of talent and space. But, now that she’s finally owning ALL OF HER CAPABILITIES I can’t wait to see what Mark does next. Score: 26 Snooki (‘Jersey Shore’) and Sasha – Marilyn Monroe ‘Diamonds are a Girl’s Best Friend’ theme (Quick Step) Snooki continues to impress me. Sasha’s ability to suss out her capabilities early on shows his skill as a dance coach.
Thursday’s incident was the second time this year an alert to boil water was sent to all of the city’s water customers, which also include some adjacent areas served by Broward County . “We still had several gallons (of water) in a closet from the last time,” said Devin Marsh, as he exited JP’s Bagel Place, located less than a block from the main break. Hollywood issued their precautionary boil-water notice on Thursday after a private contractor accidentally busted the 24-inch water main at South 28th Avenue and Van Buren Street, said city spokesman Jaime Hernandez. The city lifted the notice shortly after 3 p.m. Friday after it conducted its own water-quality test. The test results were approved by county health officials, Hernandez said. Workers in Hollywood worked through all of Thursday evening and finished repairs to the water main by Friday afternoon. Crews were focused on repairing the road late Friday. To get to the main, workers had to dig a hole that took out most of the intersection. Resident James Dempsy, whose house is next to the intersection, recalled learning about the main break during the middle of his shower, when the water pressure suddenly dropped dramatically. When he went outside, he saw a river filled with trash and debris rolling along 28th Avenue. “I saw all this water gushing down the street. I was like, ‘Wow, what’s going on?'” he said.
Twenty cities in California were staging events Saturday to show their support. Among the eight immigration-related measures Brown signed was AB4, sponsored by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, D-San Francisco, which creates a statewide standard for how local agencies comply with the federal Secure Communities program, which requires law enforcement to check the immigration status of anyone who is arrested. The governor vetoed a similar measure last year because it did not let officials detain those convicted of crimes such as child abuse and drug trafficking, exemptions that were removed from this year’s version. The governor also approved a bill allowing lawyers to be admitted to the California bar even if they are living in the U.S. illegally. Previously: Thousands of immigrants and supporters are expected to march through Hollywood on Saturday as part of an effort taking place across the nation pushing for immigration reform. The event called “March of the Stars” will last several hours and is just one of more than 150 that are part of what organizers are billing as a “National Day for Dignity and Respect.” The mobilization is a prelude to a rally and free concert Tuesday on the National Mall in Washington. Immigration has been a rare area of bipartisan cooperation and confidence was boosted earlier in the year on a sweeping overhaul of the system and a path to citizenship for millions. But the crisis over Syria, and now the partial government shutdown, has diverted the attention of legislators. The chances a bill makes its way through Congress before the year ends are slim. But immigration advocates want to make sure reform stays front and center despite other pressing issues for lawmakers.