Cosials then addresses Perrote directly: “I think we weren’t that young when we met.” Maybe she doesn’t want to feel responsible for corrupting the youth? Next to her sits drummer Amber Grimbergen, who has a large X drawn on her right hand.
It’s not that Grimbergen has taken a straight-edge pledge to abstain from drugs or alcohol.
Interviewing Connor Hines is a little like stepping into an episode of “Local Attraction,” the You Tube series he wrote, directed and starred in.
Each 15-20 minute episode features two new and original characters – a man (played by Hines) and a woman – on a date after meeting on Tinder.
Maybe thanks to that, the series caught the attention of ABC Studios, who offered Hines the pilot deal he’s been working on for nearly a year.
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HARDY members of a Ross-shire workforce got on their bikes and went the extra mile for a worthwhile cause recently.
A group of employees from SGL Carbon Fibers Ltd, based in Muir of Ord, completed the 950-mile cycle trip from John O’Groats to Land’s End in under 10 days, raising over £6500 for the Highland Hospice thanks to donations and sponsorship from friends, colleagues and business partners.
READ MORE: Tribeca: ‘High Maintenance’ Creators On Short Filmmaking Opportunities Online Usually uncomfortable, often funny, the series is simple but relatable and can be watched in any order.
The first installment, as of this writing, has just over 343,000 views, the most of the series, but the sixth episode has perhaps the highest fame quotient; it stars Glenn Close.