Robert Durst was indicted Monday for murder in the death of his first wife, Kathie Durst, whose disappearance nearly four decades ago has long shadowed the incarcerated millionaire, contributing to what has been described as increasingly bizarre and violent behaviour and leading to an apparent and infamous on-camera confession.

A grand jury in the New York City suburbs returned the second-degree murder indictment just weeks after an investigator in the case filed a criminal complaint in town court charging the 78-year-old real estate heir with murder, Westchester District Attorney Mimi Rocah said.

Durst is serving a life sentence in California

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Non-public Eye is very best-regarded for jokes, satire and investigative journalism.

And as Britain’s very best-marketing information and recent affairs journal, it is risen in circulation whilst print media has fallen.

But do characteristics like Glenda Slagg stand the exam of time? And is it difficult to satirise politicians in 2021?

Kirsty Wark speaks to Ian Hislop, Private Eye’s editor for the past 35 several years, Adam Macqueen, writer of Private Eye: The 60 Yearbook and Kathryn Lamb, the magazine’s cartoonist.

You can look at Newsnight on BBC Two weekdays at 22:30 or on iPlayer.

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  • Detail of “A Witch and Her Friends” by illustrator Rork Maiellano.

If there were ever an artist equipped to handle the isolation many people have felt throughout the pandemic, it was Rork Maiellano. He has been sitting with himself for most of his life, sometimes by circumstance, sometimes by design, sometimes by necessity.

“Even before everyone had to go into quarantine I had started really expressing my introversion,” says Maiellano, whose

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Enthusiasts will keep in mind the extended operate Todd English’s Olives experienced at the Bellagio, from 1998-2018, and can now rejoice as his new rendition of Olives, with his time-tested just take on Mediterranean cuisine, has returned, to new Virgin Inns Las Vegas.

This new incarnation reimagines the unique Olives (which premiered in Boston in 1989), with an intimate, 185-seat dining space, and an open up kitchen area with wood-burning oven. Décor includes classy tile and hardwood flooring, dim wood paneling, olive eco-friendly banquettes and chairs, Renaissance-inspired art and big home windows offering a watch of the resort’s pool.

The

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  • Adryanna Elmendorf performs in “Pretty Fire,” the one-woman show by Charlayne Woodard, at Blackfriars Theatre through Nov. 7..

For its first indoors performance in 18 months, Blackfriars Theatre returns to the stage not with a bang but with a warm, inviting whisper.

“Pretty Fire,” a one-woman show written by Charlayne Woodard and directed by J. Simmons, is a lovely choice for a reintroduction to the

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A busker who suggests she was assaulted by a passer-by as she executed on TikTok describes her livestream as like acquiring a “private bodyguard”.

Mia Kirkland, 17, received countless numbers of messages of support immediately after she posted a movie of a man approaching her in York metropolis centre.

She suggests the reaction aided her to truly feel protected to return to busking and carrying out what she loves.

Mia and her family say she made a decision not to go to the police for the reason that she preferred to put the incident at the rear of her.

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