Welch, a Los Angeles cannabis attorney, filed his lawsuit Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Welch, along with LA Weekly Publisher and Chief Executive Brian Calle, were the only members of the ownership group identified shortly after the Oct. 18 announcement that Voice Media Group was selling LA Weekly to a fledgling company called Semanal Media. The suit blames Calle for decisions that created and fueled public backlash against LA Weekly, such as slashing the editorial staff. It describes Calle as the leader of a group of “core” investors who, the suit alleges, have worked to enrich themselves at the paper’s expense — for example, by planning a competing alt weekly, creating an advertising agency that competes with LA Weekly’s advertising arm and diverting LA Weekly opportunities and resources to fuel those outside ventures. Calle called the lawsuit frivolous. “We believe the allegations in this complaint are categorically unfounded,” he said in a statement. “Everyone at the Weekly has been working hard to ensure that this well-loved cultural institution continues to provide its loyal readers with the quality content they expect.” The other defendants could not be reached for comment. LA Weekly has been cutting costs, staff and coverage for years as news publications struggle to make money in the internet age. But its sale last fall sparked an energetic boycott campaign against the paper, led by some of its own former writers.
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Josh Honeycutt runs to his car after picking up food at Waffle House, as the leading edge of Hurricane Florence starts to hit the area, (Mark Wilson / Getty Images) As usual, cooks cracked eggs and slung hash browns on the grill top. Servers poured coffee with a “There you go, sweetie.” But many of the employees were not local. Part of the Waffle House “jump team,” they were brought in from other states to cover during the emergency. The store had a limited menu. Eggs were just scrambled, not over easy or sunny side up. Hash browns were not scattered, smothered, covered, chunked or topped. After securing his deck furniture and filling his bathtub with water, Charles Ezzell, 77, a barber who owns a retail shopping center, ordered an All-Star Special breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, grits and wheat bread with strawberry jelly. “I’m really thankful for the Waffle House,” he said as sipped his coffee. “They’ll be open around the clock.” Outside, Christopher Phillips, 45, a homeless man who calls himself Crazy J, and Brandi DiCello, a 29-year-old who ended up stranded in Wilmington without her wallet as she tried to connect with her mom and daughter, sheltered under the awning. They had nowhere to go.
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He was married with three children. President Macron is due to pay a formal visit to Audin’s widow on Thursday, as well as to open the archives “on the subject of disappeared civilians and soldiers, both French and Algerian”. In a visit to Algeria in February 2017 while still a presidential candidate, Mr Macron described colonialism as “a crime against humanity”. Later the same year, however, he ruled out reparations for any crimes committed under colonial rule. The Algerian war has left a long shadow in both France and Algeria. Over 1.5 million Algerians are thought to have died and it is only in recent years that Paris has begun to acknowledge some instances of abuse from the conflict. 1848: After an uprising led by rebel leader Abd-el-Kader, Paris declares Algeria to be an integral part of France 1940: France falls to Germany in World War Two 1945: Allied forces defeat Germany. Thousands are killed in pro-independence demonstrations in Sétif 1954-62: Algerian War of Independence. Over one million Algerians are killed 1962: Algeria becomes an independent state In September 2016, then President François Hollande admitted France’s role in the suffering of tens of thousands of Algerian soldiers who fought for France, known as harkis, and who were left without protection at the end of the war. Many of those who remained were brutally killed in reprisal attacks. He specifically mentioned the “responsibility of French governments in the abandonment of the harkis, the massacres of those who remained in Algeria and the inhumane reception of those transferred to France”.