Bree Burkitt Arizona Republic Published 9:56 PM EST Jan 23, 2019 PHOENIX – Police in Arizona announced the arrest of Nathan Sutherland, a 36-year-old nurse at Hacienda HealthCare facility, who they accuse of raping and impregnating an incapacitated woman in his care. The woman gave birth to a baby Dec. 29. Staff members told a 911 operator that they had not known she was pregnant. Phoenix police tied Sutherland to the baby through a court-ordered DNA test administered to employees who had contact with the 29-year-old patient. He was booked into a Maricopa County jail on Wednesday on suspicion of sexual assault and vulnerable-adult abuse. Here's what we know about Sutherland so far: Sutherland was adopted from Haiti Sutherland was born in Haiti. Both he and his sister were adopted and brought to the U.S. in 1989. His attorney, Dave Gregan, said he has lived in Arizona since 1993. Sutherland became a naturalized citizen in 2011. Court … [Read more...] about Hacienda HealthCare sexual-assault case: Who is Nathan Sutherland?
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Hollywood superstar Kiefer Sutherland has been confirmed for the 2019 Wickham Festival. The actor/director is bringing his band to the picturesque site in the heart of Hampshire where he will top the bill on the Valley Stage on Sunday August 4.Spokesman Graham Hiley said: “It is a major coup for organisers to land one of the biggest names in showbusiness. The star of the hit series 24 and a string of blockbuster movies is now enjoying huge success on the music circuit.“With two hit albums and UK tours to his name, Sutherland’s brand of country music is a perfect fit for the four-day festival.”Organiser Peter Chegwyn said: “We are very excited to have secured such a massive star. It is amazing to think Kiefer Sutherland will be coming to Wickham!“It shows just how the festival has grown in stature that we are now able to attract global superstars of this calibre. It is a rare chance for fans to get close to one of the biggest names in Hollywood who is … [Read more...] about Hollywood superstar Kiefer Sutherland confirmed for south-coast festival!
21 September 2018 War & Peace From occupied Palestine to Scottish high schools, people across the world are challenging the warmongers. Hazel Healy and Louisa Waugh profile eight extraordinary people on the peace frontline. All illustrations by Olivier Kugler. Heroes with paintbrushes Omaid Sharifi, artist, Afghanistan After 39 years of war in his home country, it perplexed artist Omaid Sharifi that all those held up as heroes in Afghanistan were men with guns. He had a different idea about who should be celebrated. Along with fellow artists, Sharifi co-founded the Artlords collective to start projecting a nonviolent, hopeful message for their battle-scarred country. The Everyday Heroes project was one of their first pieces of street art, depicting Kabul’s municipal workers ‘who get up at 5am to sweep the streets of our city’ and then the ‘good nurses, good teachers, good independent journalists – people who are peaceful, hardworking, … [Read more...] about Meet the peacemakers
A new bequest of six works by Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) will form the heart of a new display at Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery. The new works were bequeathed to the Gallery by Sir Peter Shaffer (1926-2016). Best known as the playwright who created Equus and Amadeus, Shaffer was a friend of the artist.Both men had strong links with the Chichester area. Keith Vaughan was born in Selsey in 1912. Shaffer had connections with Chichester Festival Theatre. His play The Royal Hunt of the Sun premiered there in 1964, and the first production staged in the refurbished theatre in 2014 was a new production of Amadeus starring Rupert Everett. Simon Martin, Pallant House Gallery director, said: “This bequest forms an important addition to the gallery’s internationally-significant collection of modern British art. “It includes the paintings Boy Carrying a Tomato Plant (1945), Figure Falling Forwards (1962-3) and October Landscape (1971). “Created between 1944 and … [Read more...] about Keith Vaughan works bequeathed to Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery
The city’s Bernstein in Chichester centenary celebration continues with a production of Trouble in Tahiti, the only work for which Bernstein wrote both the music and libretto. It is being performed for one night only in the Assembly Room on Thursday, September 13 by the Hastings-based Stage Left Project, with Sophie Goldrick (mezzo), Alistair Sutherland (bari-tone), Chiara Vinci (soprano), Laurence Panter (tenor) and Tom Clarkson (tenor), directed by Amelia Cardwell.As Tom explains, he and Chiara set up the company after moving from London to Hastings a couple of years ago.“We started it really because we were so inspired when we moved down here, me and Chiara, my co-artistic director and my partner. We took part in the mardi gras celebrations down here, and they are huge. And we were asked by the director of Barefoot Opera if we would do some folk ballads. We took our ten-minute show around town and were buskers for a day.“But there was not so much theatre around … [Read more...] about Trouble in Tahiti is latest Bernstein in Chichester offering