2022 Halloween horror releases
With October comes Halloween, arguably one of the most fun and unique holidays celebrated in the West. During this time of year, a plethora of unique horror movies are released to set a spooky tone for Halloween. With so many great movies releasing this season, here are a few that shine through the most. “Pearl”paisano-online.com
GLASS BASH: Wimberley Glassworks hosts 30th anniversary celebration
Wimberley Glassworks hosted a Pearl of a Party on Saturday to celebrate three decades of introducing guests to the ancient art of glass blowing.The event at Wimberley Glassworks Gallery and Studio fea[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] News San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
New space for photo, video shoots opening up at the Pearl
Pearl Studio is open for businesses, individuals, photographers and videographers. Pearl Studio, a 9,000-square-foot space with enough room for lifestyle and business content creation, is now available for people and businesses, officials announced this week. “We are thrilled to debut Pearl Studio, which will generate multi-use seasonal narrative content for Pearl, its tenants, partners, and third-party clients,” Elizabeth Fauerso, the Pearl’s chief marketing officer, said in a news release. Pearl Studio is open for businesses, individuals, photographers and videographers. (Courtesy, Pearl)Pearl Studio is open for businesses, individuals, photographers and videographers.
San Antonio business owners share split opinions on lifting mask mandate
SAN ANTONIO – Texas is now 100% open, and while the state no longer has a mask mandate in place, face coverings may still be required at some businesses. Many businesses at the Pearl still require customers to wear masks, including Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery. Customers must wear a mask when they enter the restaurant. “We even had people yesterday that were trying to come through and not wear a mask, even though it’s still required. They will be encouraging customers to wear a mask but will not require it.
Pakistan orders man acquitted in Pearl murder off death row
Pakistan's Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Pakistani-British man acquitted of the 2002 gruesome beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl off 'death row' and moved to a so-called government 'safe-house'. (AP Photo/Anjum Naveed)ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered the Pakistani-British man acquitted of the 2002 gruesome beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl off death row and moved to a so-called government “safe house." In the government-run safe house, Sheikh will be under a 24-hour guard — often by military personnel — and will not be allowed to leave the house. AdLast week’s ruling that exonerated Sheikh also exonerated another three men accused in Pearl’s murder who had been serving life sentences. They too were ordered on Tuesday to be held in a safe house.
EXPLAINER: What’s next if Pakistan frees man in Pearl murder
Pakistan is scrambling to manage the fallout of a Supreme Court decision to free the Pakistani-British man accused in the 2002 beheading of American Journalist Daniel Pearl. (AP Photo/Fareed Khan)ISLAMABAD – Pakistan is scrambling to manage the fallout from a decision by the country's Supreme Court to free the Pakistani-British man accused in the 2002 beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl. According to the Pearl family lawyer, Faisal Siddiqi, this means that doubt about the guilt of one translates into a doubt about all. The provincial Sindh government has taken the last remaining legal step by filing a review petition Friday with the Supreme Court. Defying the Supreme Court order to free Sheikh could again leave the Sindh government facing contempt charges.
Pakistan court orders release of man accused in Pearl death
(AP Photo/Zia Mazhar, File)Pakistan’s Supreme Court ordered on Thursday the release of a Pakistani-British man convicted and later acquitted in the beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002. The court also dismissed an appeal of Ahmad Saeed Omar Sheikh's acquittal filed by Pearl’s family and the Pakistani government. The “Supreme Court is the court of last resort,” Murtaza Wahab, Sindh's law minister, told The Associated Press. A three-judge Supreme Court ruled 2 to 1 to uphold Sheikh’s acquittal and ordered him released, according to the Pearl family lawyer. Siddiqi, the Pearl family lawyer, had expected it would advance his case.
Pakistani suspect admits to role in Daniel Pearl’s beheading
(AP Photo/Waseem Khan)ISLAMABAD – After 18 years of denial, the Pakistani suspect convicted and later acquitted in the 2002 beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl has told a court he played a “minor" role in the killing, the Pearl family lawyer said Wednesday. The appeal was filed by Pearl's family and the Pakistan government. Nowhere in the three-page letter addressed to the Sindh High Court did the British-born Sheikh elaborate or say exactly what his allegedly “minor” role in Pearl's slaying involved. The appeal is expected to wrap up this week, said Siddiqi, the Pearl family attorney. The acquittal last April stunned the U.S. government, Pearl’s family and journalism advocacy groups.