VIDEO of Shamu Killer Whale Attack at SoCal SeaWorld Goes Viral - Los Angeles Weekly SeaWorld Video of an killer whale attack on a SeaWorld trainer surfaced this week thanks to an author who filed a Freedom of Information Act... 03/1/2015 - 3:25 pm | View Link
Video of 2006 whale attack on SeaWorld trainer released A chilling, 15-minute video showing a trainer at SeaWorld San Diego almost drowning after being dragged underwater by a killer whale during a performance in 2006 has been released following a Freedom of Information request, the San Diego U-T reports. 02/27/2015 - 11:00 am | View Link
SeaWorld killer whale attack on video: Trainer dragged underwater by foot A killer whale attack that was caught on video at SeaWorld shows a whale breaking his traditional routine and putting a trainer through almost ten minutes of a struggling to get free. This newly-released video from SeaWorld in San Diego from back in 2006 ... 07/25/2012 - 7:49 am | View Link
Sea World Killer Whale Attack On Trainer In San Diego Video Released Sea World released the video from a killer whale attack in San Diego in 2006. The graphic video shows Sea World trainer Ken Peters diving into a tank at the California facility and being attacked by “Kasatka” a 5,000 pound killer whale, according to ... 07/25/2012 - 6:48 am | View Link
Video shows whale's attack against trainer SAN DIEGO -- The video from a 2006 killer whale attack at SeaWorld in San Diego has been released, and it shows the trainer being dragged under water during a performance. U-T San Diego reports (http://bit.ly/QhY57N) the 15-minute video was obtained ... 07/25/2012 - 6:44 am | View Link
VIDEO of Shamu Killer Whale Attack at SoCal SeaWorld Goes Viral Video of an killer whale attack on a SeaWorld trainer surfaced this week thanks to an author who ... whom U-T San Diego says is still working at the park, being held down as the Shamu-branded whale grabs his feet and injures them. The case of SeaWorld ... 07/25/2012 - 4:14 am | View Link
Netanyahu expected to urge US against Iran negotiations Prime minister shuns Democrats but meets with RepublicansIsraeli PM’s speech to Congress snubbed by prominent Democrats 11.02am ET Speaker of the House John Boehner has just introduced Netanyahu and Congress is getting ready to begin any minute. 10.55am ET Some anti-deal Iranians are echoing Netanyahu, my colleague Saeed Kamali Dehghan reports, quoting a senior Iranian politician who says that the greatest challenge to a nuclear agreement is not Netanyahu in DC but opponents to a deal in Tehran.
Get a first look at the Looper star as the NSA whistleblower in the Oscar-buzzed biopicWhile this year’s Oscars have only just passed, 2016’s ceremony is a mere 12 months away and some early favourites are starting to be unveiled. Last week gave us a first look at Eddie Redmayne in Tom Hooper’s The Danish Girl and now, we have a newly released still from Oliver Stone’s hotly tipped Snowden.
• Former Wimbledon champion tweets: ‘Coming back or not … should I?’• Marion Bartoli announced retirement shortly after 2013 All England Club triumph• Andy Murray still has best years to come says Andre AgassiThe former Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli has hinted she is considering a return to professional tennis. Having provided one of the biggest shocks of recent years by winning the All England Club title in 2013, the Frenchwoman surprised the tennis world again by announcing her retirement less than six weeks later.
It's a sad day for classical music lovers. New York City's last classical sheet music store is closing for good on Friday.
Frank Music Company says poor sales due to scores being readily available online were to blame. The retail store on West 54th Street has supplied generations of instrumentalists, singers and composers with classical sheet music.
Owner Heidi Rogers tells the Wall Street Journal (http://on.wsj.com/1vXuENq ) the number of customers she sees per day has dwindled from a high of 20 to two or three.
The store opened in 1937.
What happens when you ride a personal watercraft from Chicago to New Orleans? If you're comedian Kurt Braunohler, the answer is biker gang comedy shows, severe wet suit rash and raising a bunch of money for charity.
On the 13th episode of "Too Long; Didn't Listen," Braunohler discusses the nine-part Comedy Central digital series, "Roustabout," a week-long Jet Skiing comedy mission to raise $50,000 for Heifer International to send 500 goats and 1,000 chickens to Africa.
Western state of Maharashtra bans slaughter of bulls and bullocks and makes sale or possession of beef illegal India’s western state of Maharashtra has introduced a ban on beef so strict that even possession could land you in jail for five years, media reports and the chief minister said on Tuesday.