According to the Santa Rosa Fire Department, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake in Northern California on Tuesday evening sparked a response from fire officials in response to reports of gas leaks, gas odour, triggered fire alarms, and stalled elevators.
A little more than 50 miles north of San Francisco, at Santa Rosa, was where the earthquake’s epicentre was located.
A 3.9 magnitude earthquake occurred shortly after the 4.4 magnitude one, which occurred at 6:39 p.m. PT, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. 4.66 miles of the epicentre were below ground.
SENSATION IN R&B AT 51, JESSE POWELL DIES
According to his relatives, well-known R&B singer Jesse Powell passed away at his home in Los Angeles.
His sister Tamara announced the tragic news on Instagram on Tuesday night, although she withheld the cause of death.
She composed “We regret to inform you of the demise of Jesse Powell, our cherished son, brother, and uncle. Jesse adored music, and he was especially grateful for his devoted followers who helped him succeed. We want you to know how much you all meant to him.” Tamara requested discretion so that her family may mourn and honour the loss of her brother.
Jesse was born in Gary, Indiana, and after a local music producer watched him perform at a talent event, he received his big break in his early 20s. In 1996, after signing with a record company, he published his debut album.
Jesse experienced some modest success from the middle to the end of the 1990s, but his career truly took off after the 1998 release of his song “You,” which shot to No. 2 on the Billboard R&B charts. After reaching No. 15 on the charts, his second album, “Bout It,” was given the gold certification. Jesse’s four-octave vocal range also received significant appreciation. After the 2003 publication of his fourth album, he decided to retire.
The French New Wave’s Jean-Luc Godard, 91, was a film director.
Influential critic and director Jean-Luc Godard has away quietly at home in Rolle, Switzerland, near Lake Geneva, according to a statement from his family.
According to the family statement, 91-year-old Godard had a number of diseases and committed assisted suicide before his death.
A leader of the French New Wave
In the 1960s, the French New Wave’s filmmaker and former “enfant terrible” helped change popular cinema. He then spent the remainder of his career pushing limits and redefining cinematic form.
The shock of the novel was what viewers saw when they first saw Godard’s 1960 crime drama Breathless.
Jean Seberg, an American actress, was paired with the at-the-time-unknown Jean Paul Belmondo, who had a cigarette dangling sensually from his mouth. He portrayed a young, poor auto thief who takes inspiration from gangsters in Hollywood films. He flees to Italy with Seberg, his pregnant girlfriend who appears to be almost uninterested in him, after shooting a police officer.
They were Hollywood stereotypes that the director, a major lover of Hollywood movies, reimagined as the ultimate definition of cool.
In Breathless, there is a poster of Humphrey Bogart to emphasise what Belmondo is trying for. As a critic, Godard had supported the filmmakers Alfred Hitchcock and Howard Hawks. With jump-cut editing, a disjointed story, and performers engaging with the camera, the filmmaker nevertheless established himself as a member of a New Wave in storytelling that was characterised by experimentation and a rejection of conventional methods.