“It’s very simple. I was having lunch somewhere and I saw him. He passed by,” Lopez said in a segment on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” airing Monday.
Councilman Daniel Dromm (D-Queens), a longtime Jackson Heights resident, said the No. 7 train’s trestle that runs above Roosevelt Ave. in Queens looks like it hasn’t been repainted in ages.
But if spending seven of 13 full weekends throughout his first three months in office at Mar-a-Lago upset southern Floridians, setting up camp in Jersey could be even more chaotic.
The story is drawn from Roald Dahl’s kid-lit favorite that introduced poor, sweet Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka, the chocolatier with a dark side. The book spawned two movies — the 1971 classic with Gene Wilder and the darker version with Johnny Depp 34 years later.
“My husband, our daughters, Kj, Tracey, his nanny, Michael Beck and everyone close to us all pulled together and held each other up. Kash was in the operating room for a couple hours and now we are praying for a quick speedy recovery.”
Smith, who was treated at the same site, was charged with vehicular assault, assault, driving while intoxicated and refusal to take a Breathalyzer test.
His death certificate blaming the passing on natural causes. But a spokeswoman for the District Nine Medical Examiner’s Office told the Sentinel the office did not appear to handle the case, and the man was likely treated by “an attending physician” at the Florida park who also signed the certificate.
The 73-year-old Gallmann had been with rangers from the Kenya Wildlife Service, assessing damage done to her property Saturday by arsonists who burned down buildings at one of Laikipia Nature Conservancy’s tourism lodges, said Laikipia Farmers Association chairman Martin Evans.
Things started going south for the couple when the National Enquirer published photos of Fox and another woman kissing. The celebrity pair soon after announced that they were in the thick of a separation, and finalized their divorce in 2005.
The anti-mold program comes as a judge has extended the court oversight of NYCHA for another year, the Daily News has learned. In December 2013, NYCHA settled a class action suit by promising to address allegations that its failure to eradicate mold was harming tenants who have asthma and other respiratory ailments.