• PICTURE THIS: Heavy rains bring heavy flooding to south France

    A mother and her children watch from their house the level of flooded water caused by heavy rain and thunder storms, in Salies-de-Bearn, southwestern France, Wednesday, June 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
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  • Coffman’s VA housing bill for families, children moving forward

    1 of 2 Delisa Smith-Martin discusses the difficulties of being homeless with a family, June 11 at the Aurora Municipal Center. Smith-Martin traveled from Atlanta to Aurora seeking shelter at Comitis, as it was the only location that could serve her and her family. Her story is the inspiration for the bill H.R. 4099 brought forth by Rep. Coffman which would reimburse shelters with half of the cost of housing minor children with their families. Photo by Philip B. Poston/The SentinelU.S. Rep. Mike
  • Trump declares via Twitter the NKorea nuclear threat is over

    WASHINGTON | President Donald Trump declared on Twitter Wednesday that there was “no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea,” a bold and questionable claim following his summit with leader Kim Jong Un that produced few guarantees on how and when Pyongyang would disarm.
    “Just landed – a long trip, but everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office,” he tweeted. “There is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea. Meeting with Kim Jong Un
  • North Korea lauds, and basks in, Kim’s summit performance

    PYONGYANG, North Korea | The news on television and the front page of the ruling Workers’ Party newspaper was something North Koreans never would have imagined just months ago — their leader Kim Jong Un warmly shaking hands with President Donald Trump.
    One day after the meeting between Kim and Trump in Singapore, North Korea’s state-run media were filled with images of its beaming leader standing as an equal on the international stage with the president of the most powerf
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  • Dennis Hof, Nevada’s most famous pimp, wins GOP primary

    LAS VEGAS | Pimp Dennis Hof, the owner of half a dozen legal brothels in Nevada and star of the HBO adult reality series “Cathouse,” won a Republican primary for the state Legislature on Tuesday, ousting a three-term lawmaker.
    Hof defeated hospital executive James Oscarson. He’ll face Democrat Lesia Romanov in November, and will be the favored candidate in the Republican-leaning Assembly district.
    Hof celebrated his win at a party in Pahrump with Hollywood Madam Heidi Fle
  • Aurora’s two main theaters recognized as some of the best in the metro area with regional award nominations

    Jason Spina and Phil Luna in Vintage Theatre’s production of “Red.” (Photos by RDG Photography)
    AURORA | The Aurora Fox Arts Center and the Vintage Theatre officials say the two lauded venues are getting serious recognition from the Colorado Theatre Guild
    Both theaters have been nominated for a bevy of awards for their recent work.
    The theater companies were nominated for Henry Awards for Outstanding Season for a Theatre Company, an award that only saw seven theaters considered
  • New wildfire erupts near Colorado ski resorts, houses

    DENVER | A wildfire erupted Tuesday in an area of Colorado known for its ski resorts, forcing the evacuation of more than 1,300 homes and marking the latest in a series of blazes that have ignited in the drought-stricken U.S. West.
    The fire in central Colorado had burned only about 100 acres but was dangerously close to two densely populated housing developments near the town of Silverthorne, about 60 miles (97 kilometers) west of Denver.
    “This area, there is a lot of homes that are p
  • Colorado National Monument rocks defaced with painted love messages

    GRAND JUNCTION |  Park officials say rocks at Colorado National Monument were defaced with spray-painted messages of love.
    The Daily Sentinel reports the graffiti was discovered late last month at the White Rocks area, a popular hangout in a rock outcropping within park boundaries.
    The messages painted in black on three rock panels include “I promise to love you Forever + Always,” ”You’re perfect to me” and “PROM…ISE?”
    Officials say
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  • FBI agent who dropped gun while dancing in downtown bar charged with assault

    DENVER | An off-duty FBI agent who investigators say accidentally fired a weapon that fell while he was dancing at a Denver bar, wounding another patron in the leg, was charged Tuesday with second-degree assault.
    Chase Bishop, 29, turned himself in to the Denver Sheriff’s Department earlier in the day and is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday.
    Police have said Bishop was dancing at the downtown bar on June 2 when the gun fell from his waistband holster onto the floor. The firearm
  • House Republicans to offer 2 separate bills on immigration

    WASHINGTON | House Republicans are considering next steps on two immigration bills after GOP leaders persuaded moderate Republicans to drop their renegade effort to force votes on legislation that would have protected young “Dreamer” immigrants with a path to citizenship.
    Instead, leaders reached a deal with moderates and conservatives that will allow two votes on other bills, starting as soon as next week.
    Moderates were promised a vote on a compromise immigration plan, which r
  • Nola fans 10, Kingery drives in 4 as Phils beat Rockies 5-4

    PHILADELPHIA | Aaron Nola never gets flustered, even when he’s riding a stationary bike while the closer fights to protect the lead.
    Nola struck out 10 in another dominant performance, Scott Kingery hit a three-run homer and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Colorado Rockies 5-4 on Tuesday night.
    Seranthony Dominguez escaped a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the ninth for his third save.
    “I just take it pitch by pitch,” Nola said.
    Nola (8-2) allowed one run and four hits in 6
  • Letter: Editor Dave Perry’s May 26 rant against gun owners

    EDITOR: Columnist Dave Perry has yet again created another rant filled with errors of argument, as well as just bold faced lies and hyperbole. The overall criticism I have for his piece is that it is, again, made from the standpoint of a privileged person who does not have to face the potential of violence due to their living situation, poverty or by membership in a victimized group.
    The column is repeatedly insulting to gun owners on a crude level, clearly intended to emasculate a presumably ma
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  • The secret to an ultra-chill sorbet is all in the pectin

    Raspberry sorbet is refreshing_but it’s often too icy to be worth eating. For smooth scoops, we froze a small portion of the base separately, adding it back to the rest before churning.
    Because this small amount froze so rapidly, there wasn’t enough time for large ice crystals to grow; mixing this super-chilled mixture into the larger base encouraged the growth of similarly small crystals, for a fine-textured result.
    We also added pectin in addition to the berries’ natural amou
  • The key to making pasta with shellfish that isn’t flavorless

    For a recipe with a handful of ingredients, pasta with shellfish is awfully hard to get right.
    We love the combination of tender pasta and succulent shrimp or bite-size bay scallops, but all too often the shellfish is overcooked and tough and the pasta is boring and flavorless.
    For an extraordinary but simple spaghetti dinner, we created a creamy vinaigrette packed with bright, lemony flavor and tossed it with tender shrimp, hot pasta, butter and chopped basil.
    Grated Parmesan ensured that our v
  • COOKING ON DEADLINE: Israeli Couscous, Swiss Chard, Peppers

    Israeli or Mediterranean couscous are tiny balls of toasted semolina pasta that plump up when cooked into toothsome, chewy, slightly less tiny balls of pasta. They are delicious and satisfying and make a great base for a hearty side or salad.
    You can make the couscous according to the directions on the package, or use this method if you prefer. Heat 2 teaspoons of olive oil in a medium pot over medium high heat. When the oil is hot, add 1 1/2 cups Israeli couscous, and stir it occasionally for a
  • ‘Little Women’ and author Alcott resonate 150 years later

    CONCORD, Mass. | A century and a half before the #MeToo movement gave women a bold, new collective voice, Louisa May Alcott was lending them her own.
    Society had far different expectations of women in 1867, when publisher Thomas Niles asked Alcott to write a “girls’ story.” At a time when women were expected to marry, often did not hold employment and could not vote, Alcott had her doubts about the success of “Little Women.” 1 of 9 In this May 17, 2018 photo provide
  • Kenneth Johnson’s ‘The Darwin Variant’ is engaging novel

    “The Darwin Variant” (47North), by Kenneth Johnson
    When scientists calculate that a comet will impact Earth, chaos reigns, but the worst is yet to come in Kenneth Johnson’s sci-fi thriller, “The Darwin Variant.”
    This cover image released by 47North shows “The Darwin Variant,” by Kenneth Johnson. (47North via AP)
    The vast cast of characters ranges from scientists to high-school students, and all of them have a stake in the world-changing possibilities if
  • Trump economic adviser Larry Kudlow suffers heart attack

    NEW YORK | Larry Kudlow, the prominent economic commentator who joined the Trump administration this year as the president’s top economic adviser, has suffered a “very mild” heart attack, the White House said Monday night.
    Kudlow was being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters in Singapore. She said Kudlow was in good condition and “doing well.”
    Inn this June 6
  • Some lava evacuees may return to homes during ‘stable’ flow

    HONOLULU | Officials on Hawaii’s Big Island let some people back into their homes and scaled down emergency operations Monday as lava flowed into the ocean on a path that wasn’t threatening new areas.
    “We’ve pretty much thrown everything at this event” since a series of lava fissures began emerging from cracks in neighborhood last month, Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency Administrator Talmadge Magno said Monday. “Some aspects of it can kind of start to scale
  • Singapore Postcard: Summit adds value to North Korea’s coins

    SINGAPORE | Stamped with images of “Eternal President” Kim Il Sung, national monuments or even ballistic missiles, coins minted in North Korea are renowned among collectors for their scarcity, partly due to international sanctions that outlaw them from being auctioned.
    Now collectors in Singapore who have spent tens of thousands of dollars acquiring the coins are happy that Tuesday’s summit is driving up prices and ushering first-time buyers into the market. 1 of 3 In this Mond
  • New disclosure shows growing Kushner wealth, debt

    WASHINGTON | Financial disclosure forms released late Monday show that White House special adviser — and President Donald Trump’s son-in-law — Jared Kushner’s wealth and debt both appear to have risen over the year, an indication of the complex state of his finances and the potential conflicts that confront some of his investments.
    Disclosures issued by the White House for Kushner and his wife, Trump’s daughter Ivanka, showed that Kushner held assets totaling at lea
  • PICTURE THIS: Amputee soccer players compete in national tournament

    In this June 9, 2018 photo, Robin Burbano controls the ball as he balances himself on crutches, during a game against El Empalme as part of the national soccer tournament for players with amputated limbs, in Quito, Ecuador. It’s the South American nation’s second amputee soccer tournament, while the country’s national team didn’t qualify for the FIFA World Cup beginning this month in Russia. (AP Photo/Dolores Ochoa)
    The post PICTURE THIS: Amputee soccer players compete in
  • Brighton jail inmate convicted of killing cellmate

    BRIGHTON |  An inmate who beat and strangled his cellmate to death at a jail in Adams County has been convicted of second-degree murder.
    Prosecutors say jurors on Friday rejected 29-year-old Che Jason Bachicha’s argument of self-defense in the February 2017 death of 28-year-old Kyle Yoemans at the Adams County jail in Brighton.
    Yoemans was found unresponsive in a pool of blood, and an autopsy concluded that he suffered blunt-force trauma to his head and was strangled with a ligature.
  • Man pleads guilty to Colorado Springs drunken-driving crash that killed 2

    COLORADO SPRINGS | A man has acknowledged driving drunk and crashing into a ravine near Colorado Springs, killing two of his passengers.
    The Gazette reports 23-year-old Wyatt Beaman, of Colorado Springs, pleaded guilty Monday to two counts of vehicular homicide and two counts of vehicular assault, all felonies.
    Investigators say he failed to make a turn on Old Stage Road in March 2017, and his SUV tumbled down an embankment. Killed in the crash were 21-year-old Kelby Engleen, of Des Mo
  • For world, Trump-Kim summit raises cautious hope for peace

    1 of 12 A man looks at a TV screen showing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, and U.S. President Donald Trump shaking hands before their meeting in Singapore, in Tokyo, Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Japanese letters read: "Happy to come here." (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, left, is shown the way by his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe, prior to their talks at Abe's official residence in Tokyo Tuesday, June 12, 2018. (Toshifumi Kitamura/Pool Photo via AP)People
  • Trump’s vow to end military drills with Seoul stuns a region — VIDEO CLIPS

    U.S. President Donald Trump answers questions about the summit with North Korea leader Kim Jong Un during a press conference at the Capella resort on Sentosa Island Tuesday, June 12, 2018 in Singapore. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
    SINGAPORE | President Donald Trump on Tuesday rocked a region and suggested the upending of decades of U.S. defense posture on the Korean Peninsula when he announced that he was stopping annual U.S.-South Korean military drills and wants to remove the 28,500 U.S. troops stat
  • Cherry Creek Superintendent Harry Bull bids emotional farewell at final school board meeting

    Cherry Creek Superintendent Harry Bull discusses the School Finance Act and Student Success Act during an interview, Feb. 27 2015 at his office in Greenwood Village.
    AURORA | Cherry Creek Schools Superintendent Harry Bull bid farewell to the school district he’s been a part of for 34 years in an emotional final school board meeting on Monday night.Bull, who’s been superintendent since 2013, announced his retirement in January for health reasons. In his final remarks, Bull thanked the
  • Today in History June 12

    Today is Tuesday, June 12, the 163rd day of 2018. There are 202 days left in the year.
    Today’s Highlight in History:
    On June 12, 1963, civil rights leader Medgar Evers, 37, was shot and killed outside his home in Jackson, Mississippi. (In 1994, Byron De La Beckwith was convicted of murdering Evers and sentenced to life in prison; he died in 2001.)
    On this date:
    In 1550, the city of Helsinki was established through a decree by King Gustavus I Vasa of Sweden.
    In 1665, England installed a mun
  • PERRY: Tillemann Maces his face to win the race to primary freakiness

    As the Primary Election closes in for a Democratic candidate to take on Aurora Republican Mike Coffman, I fear for Levi Tillemann’s safety.
    Tillemann is one of two Democrats battling it out to take on Coffman in the November mid-term election for the Aurora area’s 6th Congressional District.
    Tillemann, scion of the former Lt. Gov. Nancy Dick family, is the underdog in the race, as he has unhappily and regularly pointed out.
    Like his Democratic opponent, Jason Crow, Tillemann got the
  • Trump, Kim shake hands to open momentous summit — VIDEO CLIPS

    1 of 15 In this photo released by the Ministry of Communications and Information of Singapore, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, right, arrives at the Changi International Airport, Sunday, June 10, 2018, in Singapore ahead of a summit with U.S. President Donald Trump. (Ministry of Communications and Information of Singapore via AP)In this photo released by the Ministry of Communications and Information of Singapore, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, left, is greeted by Singapore Minister for Fore
  • Judge spars with Justice Dept lawyer on foreign favors suit

    FILE- This Jan. 30, 2018, file photo shows the Trump International Hotel in Washington. President Donald Trump’s hotel company did not break the law by doing business with other countries, a Justice Department lawyer told a federal judge Monday, June 11. The state of Maryland and the District Columbia have accused Trump of capitalizing on the presidency and causing harm to local businesses that compete with his Washington hotel. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
    GREENBELT | Lawyers for Marylan
  • Paris bistros seek UN status as ‘intangible cultural’ gems

    1 of 5 In this photo taken Thursday, June 7, 2018, Pierre-Christophe Hantz, poses in front of his restaurant, Le Vaudesir, in Paris, France. Paris' bistros and terraces launch a campaign to be recognized by the United Nations' cultural agency as a French way of life. Two years and a half after extremists shot at terraces of cafes during November 13, 2015 attacks, an association of bistros owners has been created to seek the UNESCO "intangible cultural heritage" status. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)I
  • Girls Soccer: 2018 All-Centennial League teams

    Grandview senior midfielder Natalie Beckman, center, earned Centennial League Player of the Year honors for the 2018 girls soccer season. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Sentinel)
    AURORA | City selections from Cherokee Trail, Eaglecrest, Grandview, Overland and Smoky Hill and those from Arapahoe, Cherry Creek and Mullen on the All-Centennial League teams for the 2018 girls soccer season:
    Courtney Oakes is Sentinel Sports Editor. Reach him at 303-750-7555 or sports@sentinelcolorado.com. Twitter: @aurora
  • Summit day in Singapore: Excitement high, expectations lower

    1 of 13 President Donald Trump arrives at Paya Lebar Air Base for a summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, Sunday, June 10, 2018, in Singapore. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)President Donald Trump listens during a meeting with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong ahead of a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Monday, June 11, 2018, in Singapore. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)In this photo released by the Ministry of Communications and Information of Singapore, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un,
  • Extreme fire danger in Colorado, region forces another national forest to close

    1 of 2 This June 9, 2018, satellite image provide by DigitalGlobe shows the 416 Fire, right, and the Burro Fire, left, northwest of Durango, Colo. (Satellite image ©2018 DigitalGlobe, a Maxar company via AP)This June 10, 2018, satellite image provide by DigitalGlobe shows the 416 Fire northwest of Hermosa, Colo. At right Highway 550 is visible. (Satellite image ©2018 DigitalGlobe, a Maxar company via AP)
    DENVER  | Extreme fire danger prompted officials Monday to say they are shut
  • At Trump-Kim summit, human rights is a back-burner issue

    North Korea leader Kim Jong Un, center, is escorted by his security delegation as he visits Marina Bay in Singapore, Monday, June 11, 2018, ahead of Kim’s summit with U.S. President Donald Trump. (AP Photo/Yong Teck Lim)
    WASHINGTON | President Donald Trump said it himself to Congress and the American people: “No regime has oppressed its own citizens more totally or brutally than the cruel dictatorship in North Korea.”
    But when it comes to human rights, don’t expect Trump
  • EAST MEETS NORTH: Asian culture offering a taste in north Aurora

    1 of 4 short ribs are grilled on the table-top grill on Monday Feb. 29, 2016 at Han Kang Korean Restaurant.
    Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora SentinelPor belly is grilled on the table-top grill on Monday Feb. 29, 2016 at Han Kang Korean Restaurant.
    Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora SentinelBan chan, a mix of kim chi, seaweed and vegetables on Monday Feb. 29, 2016 at Han Kang Korean Restaurant.
    Photo by Gabriel Christus/Aurora SentinelA waitress cuts up the short ribs on Monday Feb. 29, 2016 at Ha
  • PICTURE THIS: Lava continues to flow in Hawaii

    In this Sunday, June 10, 2018 photo from the U.S. Geological Survey, fissure 8 below Kilauea Volcano continues to erupt vigorously with lava streaming through a channel that reaches the ocean at Kapoho Bay on the island of Hawaii . The width of the active part of the lava channel varies along its length, but ranges from about 100 to 300 meters (yards) wide. A clear view of the cinder-and-spatter cone that’s building around the vent from ongoing lava fountains can be seen here. (U.S. Geolog
  • Authorities remove human remains from Colorado River

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS |  Authorities removed human remains from the Colorado River near the Colorado town of Parachute.
    The Post Independent reports the body had started to decompose when it was removed Saturday afternoon. A release by the Garfield County Coroner’s Office says that will cause the office to take longer to confirm the person’s identity.
    The office made a presumptive identification based on tattoos and clothing,
    Garfield County Coroner Robert Glassmire says th
  • Officers kill kidnapping suspect in Northglenn

    WESTMINSTER |  Police officers in suburban Denver shot and killed a 34-year-old man who was wanted for kidnapping, auto theft and domestic violence.
    Westminster police say officers in Northglenn asked for assistance Sunday night in stopping a vehicle carrying the suspect after it sped away from officers trying to make a traffic stop.
    Northglenn police later disabled the car and the man ran away.
    When officers caught up with him they saw he was armed. A Northglenn officer shot and killed him
  • Authorities remove human remains from Colorado River near Parachute

    GLENWOOD SPRINGS |  Authorities removed human remains from the Colorado River near the Colorado town of Parachute.
    The Post Independent reports the body had started to decompose when it was removed Saturday afternoon. A release by the Garfield County Coroner’s Office says that will cause the office to take longer to confirm the person’s identity.
    The office made a presumptive identification based on tattoos and clothing,
    Garfield County Coroner Robert Glassmire says th
  • Brothel bans weighed in Nevada as legal pimp runs for office

    PAHRUMP, Nev. | A state marketed as a place where people can indulge in all manner of sins is confronting its status as the only place in America where you can legally pay someone for sex.
    A coalition of religious groups and anti-sex trafficking activists has launched referendums to ban brothels in two of the seven Nevada counties where they’re legally operating. The push to outlaw the industry dovetails with a campaign by the state’s most famous pimp for a seat in the state Legislat
  • A theme of tolerance, inclusion at this year’s Tony Awards

    NEW YORK | A small-scale, intimate musical about hard-won cultural understanding was an altogether apt Tony winner on a night where tolerance and inclusion were constant themes.
    “The Band’s Visit,” about an Egyptian police band that gets stranded in a remote Israeli desert town, forcing both sides to get to know each other, triumphed over much flashier shows to win best musical Sunday night — and a total of 10 awards. The closest runner-up, with six, was the blockbuster L
  • North Korea gets first big dose of Trump summit news

    PYONGYANG, North Korea | North Koreans got their first big dose of news Monday that their leader Kim Jong Un had arrived in Singapore for what even the state-run media was calling a historic meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump.
    The news covered the front page of the ruling party’s newspaper and was the top — and only — item on the first news broadcast of the day on Korean Central Television, which for many North Koreans is the only channel available. 1 of 4 Commuters read
  • Democrats test liberal messages in midterm House elections

    A single-payer health care advocate in South Texas. A gun restriction supporter in Dallas. Cheerleaders in Arkansas and Iowa for public option health care.
    Weeks into the primary season, Democrats’ midterm class is shaping up to test what liberal messages the party can sell to the moderate and GOP-leaning voters who will help determine control of the House after the November election.
    In this May 22, 2018, file photo, Clarke Tucker talks to supporters after winning the District 2 U.S. Hous
  • Kim Jong Un could give up ICBMs but keep some nuclear forces

    SEOUL, South Korea | After years of effort to develop nuclear missiles that can target the U.S. mainland, is North Korean leader Kim Jong Un really ready to pack them away in a deal with President Donald Trump?
    Perhaps, but that wouldn’t necessarily mean Pyongyang is abandoning its nuclear ambitions entirely.
    Tuesday’s meeting in Singapore between Kim and Trump comes after a sharp turn in North Korea’s diplomacy, from rebuffing proposals for dialogue last year to embracing and
  • AP FACT CHECK: Trump ignores strong points in US trade

    WASHINGTON | President Donald Trump is presenting a skewed portrait of how the world does business with the U.S to rationalize his escalating trade dispute with allies.
    At the same time, he’s glossing over aspects of the U.S. economy that don’t support his faulty contention that it’s the best it’s ever been. The complexities of health care for veterans are also set aside as he hails a new era in the Department of Veterans Affairs’ system.
    A look at some of his state
  • Boy set to go before judge in Indiana middle school shooting

    NOBLESVILLE, Ind. | The 13-year-old boy accused of shooting and wounding a classmate and teacher at his suburban Indianapolis middle school is expected to appear before a judge.
    FILE – In this May 30, 2018, file photo, parents drive students to school as they return to class for the first time at Noblesville West Middle School since a shooting last week in Noblesville, Ind. The 13-year-old boy accused of shooting and wounding a classmate and teacher at the school May 25 is scheduled for a
  • Serve pink sangria straight up or topped with bubbly water

    Nothing spells summertime like sangria, the chilled and refreshing wine-based fruit punch from Spain that landed on our shores to stay via the 1964 World’s Fair. In its classic form — a mix of red wine and chopped fruit that’s sometimes further glorified with orange juice and brandy — sangria is just about perfect. Except that it can be rather difficult to sip the punch given all the fruit floating around in it … and likewise tricky to eat the fruit without spillin
  • Some like it not: Marilyn Monroe statue has church venting

    HARTFORD, Conn. | Marilyn Monroe’s rear is getting some leers in Connecticut.
    A 26-foot statue of the actress has been placed in a Stamford park across the street from a church, which is getting a full view of her behind. It depicts the famous scene from 1955’s “The Seven Year Itch” where Monroe holds down her white dress as air blows up from a subway grate. 1 of 2 CORRECTS BYLINE TO MICHAEL CUMMO, NOT MATTHEW BROWN - This Thursday, June 7, 2018 photo shows Seward Johnson

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