Wachter is also, now, an actor: She plays a present-day Diana in Matthew Barney’s latest film, Redoubt, 2018.,Transposing the Diana myth onto a hunting party in the Northern Rockies, Barney paints a cinematic picture of the American West, trading his familiar baroque visuals for the straightforward sublimity of the landscape and the ineffable strangeness of its inhabitants.,Redoubt is a pronounced departure from the labyrinthine narrative, bravado, and spectacle that characterize Barney’s “Cremaster” cycle.,REDOUBT is a pronounced departure from the labyrinthine narrative, bravado, and spectacle that characterize Barney’s “Cremaster” cycle, 1994–2002, and River of Fundament.,The film forgoes all dialogue, unfolding largely through controlled dance sequences alongside displays of Wachter’s firearm technique, Barney’s plein air sketching, and Blue Planet–esque footage of wild animals.

Chester Leroy Baughman, 28, Oil Springs Road, Petroleum, was charged with shooting and killing George Ruble, 36, on Feb. 22, according to the criminal complaint filed in Ritchie County Magistrate Court by Cpl. C.T. Speece of the West Virginia State Police in Harrisville.,Baughman then went to his residence a short distance away on Oil Springs Road in Petroleum in Ritchie County, the complaint said.,Baughman left his home with a 22-caliber rifle, returned to Ruble’s location, shot Ruble in the head, then took his corpse to a rural area near Volcano Road in Ritchie County, the complaint said.,Baughman has waived a preliminary hearing in magistrate court and was bound over to the Ritchie County Circuit Court.,Participating in the search were the Ritchie County Sheriff’s Office, the Wood County Sheriff’s Office, State Police, West Virginia Natural Resources Police, the Parkersburg Police Department and Drug Task Force.

Cole, 75, and four other members of Craftsmen for Kids — a group of 16 retired men from central Ohio who formed a nonprofit organization to make and donate wooden educational toys — then began carrying in dozens of their latest creations.,Soon, 36 children from low-income families in the Head Start program in Logan were happily playing with wooden barns, trucks, blocks and doll beds, among other items.,Chris DeLamatre, director of the Hocking Athens Perry Community Action Program, which runs Head Start programs in those three counties, shook her head in wonder as she watched the men unload boxes from their gray pickup.,The men of Craftsmen for Kids make toys for Head Start programs in 15 counties, as well as for a program at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville and several battered women’s shelters.,“It’s nice to have high-quality wooden toys, because at home, our kids see a lot of plastic toys or they’re on their tablets with screens,” said Gwynyth Chmara-Huff, a teacher in the Newark Head Start program.

The New York Yankees continue to dangle Sonny Gray as a possible trade target for several pitching-starved teams.,Gray’s name surfaced yet again as a possible move that the Reds could make before the start of the 2019 season.,However, let us once again explore the Sonny Gray rumblings and what they could mean for the Reds.,Many will cringe, including myself, at the notion of sending either Santillan or Gutierrez to New York for Gray, especially with both having the capabilities of taking the leap to Cincinnati later in 2019.,It is now down to if the Reds will go the free agency route to add that third starting pitcher or if a modest trade, such as one with the Yankees to bring Sonny Gray to Cincinnati will be the path they follow.

FAIRFIELD — The Vanden Vikings outscored the Fairfield Falcons 17-11 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 60-49 victory in the Monticello Empire League boys basketball opener between former Solano County Athletic Conference rivals, Wednesday.,Both teams are at home Friday, with Fairfield hosting Rodriguez and Vanden playing Vacaville.,Wood 49, Rodriguez 48: At Vacaville, Jhalen Grayer grabbed an offensive rebound and scored the winning bucket with 20 seconds left in leading the Wildcats to a victory over the Mustangs in the MEL opener for both teams.,FAIRFIELD — Using four pins and six forfeit victories, the Rodriguez High wrestling team opened Monticello Empire League competition with a 60-24 win over MEL newcomer Vanden.,In other MEL games, Vacaville recorded a 4-1 victory over Armijo and Vanden blanked Fairfield, 8-0.

Earl Warren, of Fort Dodge, was shopping at the Key on Central Friday afternoon when he heard loud banging noises from across the street.,When he looked outside, he was among the first to notice a section of the building at 1031 Central Ave. leaning out.,The tilting section of the wall fell in three large chunks shortly before 2:40 p.m., raining bricks, dust, mortar and bits of wood down onto the sidewalk and into 11th Street.,Fierke said Friday afternoon that the building owner is responsible for removing any part of the building that is in imminent danger of of falling down.,As he surveyed the fallen bricks Friday afternoon, he remained grateful it wasn’t worse.

In a blockbuster trade, the Los Angeles Dodgers are sending Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp and Alex Wood to the Cincinnati Reds for Homer Bailey and three prospects.,Others think the Reds won the trade by getting productive players in exchange for a struggling pitcher.,MORE: Dodgers get better of blockbuster deal simply by getting rid of Puig

The Reds got rid of an overpaid pitcher, who only notched one win against 14 losses last year, and got two productive and entertaining players.,Unloading him not only got rid of his bloated contract but got in return proven players who can help the Reds win immediately.,MORE: The Reds won the trade with the Dodgers read more

Buy PhotoOwnership of Taco Bell and Kentucky Fried Chicken franchises that share a building on Lebanon Road plans to build a new restaurant for Taco Bell on land next to the existing building.,(Photo: Andy Humbles / The Tennessean)

Taco Bell: Ownership of Taco Bell and Kentucky Fried Chicken franchises that share a building on Lebanon Road plans to build a new restaurant for Taco Bell on land next to the existing building.,(Photo: Andy Humbles / The Tennessean) read more

In a blockbuster trade, the Los Angeles Dodgers are sending Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp and Alex Wood to the Cincinnati Reds for Homer Bailey and three prospects.,Others think the Reds won the trade by getting productive players in exchange for a struggling pitcher.,MORE: Dodgers get better of blockbuster deal simply by getting rid of Puig

The Reds got rid of an overpaid pitcher, who only notched one win against 14 losses last year, and got two productive and entertaining players.,Unloading him not only got rid of his bloated contract but got in return proven players who can help the Reds win immediately.,MORE: The Reds won the trade with the Dodgers read more

In a blockbuster trade, the Los Angeles Dodgers are sending Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp and Alex Wood to the Cincinnati Reds for Homer Bailey and three prospects.,Others think the Reds won the trade by getting productive players in exchange for a struggling pitcher.,MORE: Dodgers get better of blockbuster deal simply by getting rid of Puig

The Reds got rid of an overpaid pitcher, who only notched one win against 14 losses last year, and got two productive and entertaining players.,Unloading him not only got rid of his bloated contract but got in return proven players who can help the Reds win immediately.,MORE: The Reds won the trade with the Dodgers read more