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Judge Denies Robin Thicke’s Request for Unsupervised Visitation As Source Says ‘He Wants to Show He Is a Responsible Dad’

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Judge Denies Robin Thicke’s Request for Unsupervised Visitation As Source Says ‘He Wants to Show He Is a Responsible Dad’
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton‘s ugly custody battle continues.

The exes appeared Tuesday in court, where Thicke’s legal team requested either “no monitor, a change in monitor or a ruling that said the monitor couldn’t make changes to the visitation” with their 6-year-old son Julian, two sources confirm to People. The court denied all of his requests.

“Robin wants to spend as much time as possible with Julian, and he was upset because the monitor was trying to cut his visit time short, so his team went and filed to change to a new monitor, which was denied,
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Robin Thicke Takes Son Julian to Family Fun Zone Amid Contentious Custody Battle

Robin Thicke Takes Son Julian to Family Fun Zone Amid Contentious Custody Battle
Amid his ongoing custody battle with his ex-wife Paula Patton, Robin Thicke utilized his visitation time with his 6-year-old son Julian on Saturday for a fun day out at Kids World, a family entertainment center.

“They played a bunch of arcade games and went on the slides and jungle gyms,” says an onlooker about the father-son duo at the L.A.-area fun zone. “Robin was literally the only adult on the jungle gym. Julian was sitting on his lap going down the slide.”

While roaming the venue, Thicke and Julian were also spotted snacking on Pop Rocks candy and ice cream.
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Robin Thicke Spends Time with Son Despite Restraining Order

  • TMZ
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton have called a temporary truce in their child custody war ... at least a partial one, because Robin is able to see his son again, even though a restraining order prohibits such contact. We've learned Robin took 6-year-old Julian to Kids World Saturday in a suburb of L.A. It's significant because a court has prohibited Robin, per Paula's request, from going near the kid in the wake of allegations he
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CBC’s Dragons’ Den Adds Joe Fresh Founder Joe Mimran

It’s going to be a very different season when CBC‘s Dragons’ Den returns, and adding to the new mix is Joe Fresh founder Joe Mimran.

Fresh off the news that he is stepping down from Joe Fresh, the Dragons’ Den gets a new Dragon, and one that is sure to be an interesting addition.

The show, which for my money has more interesting pitches than Shark Tank, will be starting its 10th season, and with news that Arlene Dickinson won’t be returning, needed a Dragon that can keep hold of the show’s broad base.

The show returns in the fall. Catch all the info below.

Joe Fresh Founder Joe Mimran To Join CBC’S Dragons’ Den

CBC announced today that Joe Fresh founder Joe Mimran will join the upcoming 10th season of Dragons’ Den. The new season of Dragons’ Den will air in fall 2015.

“We’re
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Where the Light Air of Childhood Meets Sports Professionalism in The Short Game

Where the Light Air of Childhood Meets Sports Professionalism in The Short Game
The U.S. Golf Kids World Championship Tournament at Pinehurst, America's largest course, invites players up to age 12. It was a canny choice, though, for Josh Greenbaum's The Short Game to follow only seven- and eight-year-old competitors. It's the "give me the child, I'll give you the man" age, when kids are steeped in childhood yet emerging as whomever they'll become. This calls to mind the Michael Apted project that began with 7 Up in 1964, following 14 English children of different classes throughout their lives. If The Short Game has any such ambitions, they're not evident. The film follows eight young golfers and their families from varied socioeconomic, cultural, and international backgrounds, adding heft to the kiddo-sports charm but no real focus. At worst...
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