I wander through a maze of crumbling streets overgrown by forest and populated by disturbing graffiti. There are depictions of Satan, neon swastikas, a rainbow of Trump 2016 endorsements and, perhaps creepiest of all, a yellow-haired doll, whose demonic smirk would give even Stephen King goose bumps.
NEW YORK CITY — Men in high heels paraded ecstatically down the street. A homemade sign proclaiming I Love My Trans Child bobbed up and down in a dense crowd of people. One father hoisted his baby daughter — waving a rainbow flag — up on his shoulders to snap a selfie. People laughed and cried.
A foster parent in Halifax and longtime employee of NSCAD University is facing multiple child pornography charges after a NSCAD student stumbled across a USB thumb drive in a campus computer lab, allegedly containing dozens of images and videos of child porn.
It was a hot summer day in June 1978 when John Godfrey, then-president of the University of King’s College, arrived at Columbia University in New York City and demanded $460 million in property from the Ivy League institution and its president, William McGill.