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Get up early Every morning at 8, the festival's main box offices (Gateway Center, 136 Heber Ave., Park City; and Trolley Square, 600 East and 600 South, Salt Lake City) make available a limited number of tickets for that day's screenings (and the early morning screenings for the next day). Tickets are $20 and must be bought in person. Check in via your device two hours before showtime. Get a waitlist number, arrive at the venue 30 minutes before the show (don't be late) and queue by number. Waitlist tickets are $15, cash only, and it helps the volunteers to have exact change.

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Adjoining the Base Camp is video artist Chris Milk's massive installation "The Treachery of Sanctuary," part of the 10th year of Sundance's New Frontier program. "It plays with your shadow, in ways you can interact with it," Frilot said.

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Festival Base Camp will include a main stage for nightly musical performances, including some surprise sets and one off productions. One of the New Frontier events "Nari," with a film and live performances will happen there on Tuesday, Jan. 26. And the 14th annual BMI Snowball, a music showcase, will be staged there on Wednesday, Jan. 27.

In the daytime, panel discussions will be held in Base Camp. One is "A New Deal?" (on Friday, Jan. 22), in which producers Ted Hope (head of production at Amazon) and Christine Vachon (Killer Films), among others, discuss how filmmakers can sustain careers with new distribution models and technologies.

Make a filmmaker's day If you see a short film and like it, let the filmmaker know. They're easy to spot they're usually the young people pacing nervously in the lobby. Tell that person you liked the film, and you will validate all the second guessing, sleepless nights and maxed out credit cards that went into making it. We will delete comments containing obscenities, personal attacks and inappropriate or offensive remarks. Flagrant or repeat violators will be banned. If you see an objectionable comment, please alert us by clicking the arrow on the upper right side of the comment and selecting "Flag comment as inappropriate". If you've recently registered with Disqus or aren't seeing your comments immediately, you may need to verify your email address.

Advice on how to navigate the 2016 Sundance Film Festival:

Skip work or school Weekday matinee screenings generally are easier to get into than the weekend evening shows. And the traffic is lighter.

Stay in Salt Lake City Except for a few one off events, every movie at Sundance will have one screening in a Salt Lake City venue. Filmmakers love the Salt Lake screenings because they can see how a movie plays with real people not just the industry folks in Park City.

Embrace the strange Movies with big stars are more likely to secure distribution deals, so you'll see them in theaters or on Netflix soon enough. Go for the stuff with no name casts, especially the foreign films things that may never pass this way again.

Festival Base Camp, a group of domes, tents and temporary structures, will be Sundance's first outdoor venue when it opens on Park City's Swede Alley, behind Main Street.

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"Anyone who believes in religion cannot do such an act," Hasina said Saturday. "They do not have any religion, their only religion is terrorism."

In its claim of responsibility, the Islamic State group said its operatives had targeted the citizens of "Crusader countries" in the attack, warning that citizens of such countries would not be safe "as long as their warplanes kill Muslims." The statement was circulated in a manner consistent with past IS claims of responsibility.

Despite the police saying IS links were being investigated, the home minister refuted the possibility that the Islamic State directed the attack from abroad. Bangladesh's government insists the extremist Sunni Muslim group based in Syria and Iraq has no presence in the country, and in the past has suggested that any claims of responsibility for violence waged in the South Asian country are simply opportunistic attempts at grabbing global attention.

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The Amaq news agency, affiliated with IS, also published photos of five smiling young men, each holding what appear to be assault rifles and posing in front of a black IS flag, and identified them as the restaurant attackers, according to the SITE Intelligence Service, which monitors jihadi online activity. The men in those photographs appeared to match the bodies shown in police images of the dead assailants in the restaurant after the hostage crisis ended.

Amaq identified the five by noms de guerre indicating they were all Bangladeshis. It said the fighters used "knives, cleavers, assault rifles and hand grenades," and had "verified" the identities of the hostages in order to spare the Muslims and kill the foreigners.

The siege marked an escalation in the militant violence that has hit Bangladesh with increasing frequency. Most of the attacks in the past several months have involved machete wielding men singling out individual activists, foreigners and religious minorities.

On Sunday morning, the first of two days of national mourning for the victims, police were blocking all access to streets near the Holey Artisan Bakery where the siege occurred. Investigators from both Bangladesh and Japan visited the restaurant to collect evidence.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has blamed her political opponents of trying to create chaos by backing domestic militants.

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Other charges included keeping a fox and fox cub in unsuitable conditions, failing to stop a duck from suffering preventable injury, and failing to give a wood pigeon adequate food and veterinaryThe RSPCA said it was prepared to drop the action after the Mephams accepted a caution, thereby admitting their guilt, and agreed to never run a sanctuary again.

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Veronica, 70, and Reinhard Mepham, 64, lived on site and ran the Rescuers Wildlife Sanctuary in Watlington Road, Benfleet, and even provided animals for use

Well meaninged amateurs often set out with an outpouring of public support and sympathy for various causes often they have no rules or regulations and no obligatory policies which protect the animals or even persons that they have set out to protect, they often employ without payment volunteers that have no previous record checks or background checks and once so employed are impossible to dismiss, a recipe for disaster as actually happened in this example.

The RSPCA should be banned from raiding sanctuaries, as would anyone who had a vested interest in doing so if they gain financially from it.

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Inspectors photographed grim conditions, including filthy drinking water bowls and a mop and bucket in the hospital filled with black water.

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They have admitted their guilt by accepting cautions that is FACT.

Well meaninged amateurs often set out with an outpouring of public support and sympathy for various causes often they have no rules or regulations and no obligatory policies which protect the animals or even persons that they have set out to protect, they often employ without payment volunteers that have no previous record checks or background checks and once so employed are impossible to dismiss, a recipe for disaster as actually happened in this example.

An RSPCA spokeswoman said: "We have been in talks with the Mephams and they have said they are unable to cope, therefore the sanctuary will need to close. For this reason, the Mephams have agreed

not to re open the sanctuary or any other. The prosecution will be discontinued on this basis and the Mephams have now signed an adult written caution to that effect."

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Asked what would be defined as a disruption, he said "if it's disruptive to the artist and the performance or to the audience."

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Protest organizers expected around 130 demonstrators, but only a dozen people braved the finger numbing cold.

No charges have been laid and Cosby has denied all allegations.

KITCHENER, Ont. It was smooth sailing for embattled comedian Bill Cosby during the first stop of his three city southwestern Ontario tour Wednesday.

"Shame on you. What (if) it was your daughter? How would you feel?" yelled the woman who wouldn't give her name.

Earlier Wednesday, sparks flew outside the Kitchener venue when a sign wearing protester clashed with ticket holders.

"I wanted to see a good show," the Kitchener, Ont. resident said. "(Cosby) hasn't even been charged yet."

There were some heated exchanges between protesters and ticket holders outside Cosby's Kitchener, Ont. show, but nobody disrupted the 77 year old's performance inside. ET. He was framed by large screens displaying his image and that of Nelson Mandela, the revered former South African opponent of apartheid who later became president.

"I think what we have done just the threat of doing this has generated a lot of (awareness about) these very important issues."

"We have been advised there will be a peaceful protest. With traffic and numbers attending the protest and the show, we want to ensure the safety of the public."

Police will be on hand, local police spokesperson Const. Ken Steeves said.

Wearing a white hoodie and sitting on a chair, Cosby joked about everything from the cold weather and atheism to disciplining children.

"Anybody who attempts to disrupt a performance will be asked to leave immediately," said Ike Richman, a spokesperson for Global Spectrum, which operates Budweiser Gardens.

Some performance attendees yelled back at her, while others ignored her.

A spokesperson for the London venue warned that ticket holders who disrupt the show will be removed.

But there was only laughter coming from the crowd, who filled about three quarters of the concert hall.

In a statement released after the show, Cosby said: "Dear fans: I would like to personally thank you for giving me the opportunity to bring laughter back into your lives tonight. Also, I would like to applaud all of you and Buy Women Canada Goose Camp Down Hooded Jacket Brown Online give you a standing ovation for respecting yourselves, the theatre and the event organizers that produced a spectacular show for the Kitchener community."

Bert Diehl, 84, dismissed the protesters.

On Wednesday, three more women accused Cosby of sexually assaulting them, bringing the total number of accusers to 30.

Demonstrator Marc Xuereb wasn't discouraged by the small turnout.

The night ended with the crowd giving him a standing ovation for his performance.

Security at the Centre in the Square theatre, along with a handful of police officers, kept a close eye on the audience during Cosby's energetic 90 minute set.

Cosby didn't mention the allegations at the Wednesday show his first performance since November.

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"It's not disappointing to me," he said.

More than a dozen Cosby shows have been cancelled or indefinitely postponed.

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"It's a basic liberty," Alderman Shamed Dogan said. "Why can't a motorist stick an arm out the window? It's kind of absurd that they couldn't."

Meanwhile, the mild winter has led to more people using city parks and more people complaining about having to step around goose droppings.

The new ordinance is the result of a lawsuit filed last year after a motorist was cited in a road rage incident in which he made the obscene gesture to another motorist.

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It's at least the fourth year the city has used border collies for goose control. The measure is viewed as less drastic and less likely to rile residents who previously protested plans to round up and kill geese.

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The board moved to remedy the situation by voting 7 1 to award a $3,500 contract to Humane Goose Management to use dogs to chase Canada geese out of the city's parks and off the golf course.

Although Alderman Jim Leahy voted for the goose roundup, he was critical.

City Attorney Bob Jones and the city's prosecuting attorney wanted to simply amend the law to ban anyone from extending arms or other body parts from a car while it was moving. However, some alderman wanted the entire law repealed.

The case never came to trial in municipal court. Instead, the case was dropped when the American Civil Liberties Union hired an attorney to defend the motorist, citing freedom of speech.

Aldermen Frank Fleming and Kathy Kerlagon were opposed, as was Mayor Tim Pogue.

"Not too many people can go to Vlasis Park and not step in this stuff every day, and it's a disaster," he said. "I don't think the dogs have worked. We need another plan. I feel we need to take this to the next level next year."