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Rutherford and Lapkus portray an engaged couple forced to visit Palm Springs for a weekend to celebrate her parents’ 25th wedding vow renewal and discover the apparent secret to their happy marriage — threesomes. Determined to properly celebrate their own “re-engagement,” they set out on a wild night in search of a threesome of their own but the experience takes an intense turn, exposing deeper relationship problems and threatening their future together.
Robert Schwartzman directed from a script written by Rutherford, Kirk Johnson and Will Elliott from a story by Schwartzman. The film was produced by Schwartzman and Russell Wayne Groves and was executive produced by Bret Disend, Al »
- Dave McNary
Tonight PBS premieres its new miniseries Great Yellowstone Thaw, a visually stunning event showing wildlife under fire, sometimes literally, in Yellowstone National Park. This physical landmark is a seismically-active 3,500-square mile sprawl of wilderness that is a collapsed volcano at its core. The enormous park sits in the western states of Montana, Idaho and mostly in Wyoming, and is replete with canyons, rivers, forests, scalding hot springs, and geysers, including the famous Old Faithful. It’s also home to hundreds of animal species like coyotes, wolves, Great Gray Owls, bighorn sheep, bears, bison, elk, and antelope. Host Kirk Johnson serves as our...read more »
- April Neale
A lawyer for Dr. Michael Schulenberg says that despite what recently unsealed court documents claim, her client “never directly prescribed opioids to Prince, nor did he ever prescribe opioids to any other person with the intent that they would be given to Prince.”
The legendary musician, who died of an opioid overdose on April 21 of last year, was back in the headlines Monday after recently unsealed court documents provided more clues about the circumstances surrounding his death.
According to a search warrant application submitted in September of last year, the Minnesota physician admitted to a Carver County Sheriff’s detective »
- Kathy Ehrich Dowd
Newly unsealed documents offer even more insight into Prince's accidental overdose nearly a year ago.
Et obtained court documents on Monday in the death investigation of the singer, and the results of the search warrant shows that bottles of opioid painkillers were found throughout Prince's Paisley Park compound in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
Some of the bottles were prescribed to Prince's longtime friend, Kirk Johnson, which Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg claimed was done to protect Prince's privacy. According to the documents, a suitcase labeled with the name tag “Peter Bravestrong” -- an alias investigators say Prince sometimes used -- was found containing multiple pill bottles in Johnson’s name, as well as the lyrics to "U Got the Look," thought to be in Prince's handwriting.
Johnson told authorities that he was unaware that Prince had an addiction to painkillers, but according »
Newly unsealed documents relating to the death of music legend Prince reveal that the musician, who died April 21, 2016 of an overdose of the opioid fentanyl, had medication prescribed to him under the name of his bodyguard, Kirk Johnson. An affidavit from Det. Christine Wagner noted that Dr. Michael Schulenberg, who was present at Paisley Park when detectives arrived on the day of Prince’s death, “admitted in a statement to Detective Chris Nelson that he had prescribed Prince a prescription for oxycodone the same day as the emergency plane landing but put the prescription in Kirk Johnson’s name for. »
- Tim Kenneally
As the first anniversary of Prince‘s shocking death approaches, newly unsealed court documents reveal that a doctor admitted to prescribing the singer opioids under a false name.
Dr. Michael Schulenberg said he prescribed Prince – whose April 21, 2016 death was ruled as an opioid overdose – Oxycodone under his bodyguard Kirk Johnson’s name in order to preserve his privacy, according to multiple search warrants executed last year.
At Paisley Park – the singer’s Minnesota compound – a suitcase labeled with the name tag “Peter Bravestrong” was found containing multiple pill bottles in Johnson’s name, according to the documents. The prescription bottles »
- Lindsay Kimble
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