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Newly sworn-in Cambridge police commissioner is 1st woman to lead city’s police force



Newly sworn-in Cambridge police commissioner is 1st woman to lead city’s police force

The newly sworn-in Cambridge police commissioner is the first woman to lead the city’s police force in its 160-plus year history.

Christine Elow, who grew up in Cambridge and has been with the police department since 1995, has been named the permanent commissioner of the Cambridge Police Department. She has served as the acting police commissioner since August when she took over for Commissioner Branville G. Bard, Jr.

Elow becomes the first woman to lead the Cambridge Police Department since its inception in 1859.

“My entire career has been dedicated to serving the Cambridge community,” Elow said. “I grew up in Cambridge and love working in this city. Now, I look forward to building off what we have started since I was named Acting Police Commissioner and am truly honored to have this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to lead the department.

“I will remain committed to bringing change and transformation to public safety and working collaboratively with the community,” she added. “I plan on doing everything I can to help CPD advance its mission and continue to serve as the model for policing in Massachusetts and the country.”


How Many Halo Episodes Are There



How Many Halo Episodes Are There

Halo is the latest installment of the Sci-Fi Action TV Series. Based on the Video Game Franchise of the same name. Halo follows the life of Master Chief Petty Officer John-117. John is a genetically modified Supersoldier. The current story is about the war between humanity and a Collective of Alien civilizations who wants to eradicate the human race.

The story progresses as Master Chief comes into contact with Forerunner Artifact. The artifact reacts to his touch and unlocks childhood memories of his. Which he thought were lost. Furthermore, it is revealed that this is not the first time Chief came in contact with the artifact, as we are shown that he had interacted with the artifact sometime in his childhood. Before his eventual kidnapping and turning into a Super Soldier.

Previously On Halo

We see Kwan searching for the Nomadic Tribe of Mystics who reside within the Vast deserts of Madrigal in hopes of finding information about her family. She is successful in her mission. The Tribe members reveal that her ancestors were charged with being the protectors of a Forerunner Portal by a Forerunner AI. She returns to her father’s old outpost with this newfound information, only to be attacked by Garth and his troops.

She saw that Soren had returned, and they planned on how to deal with their current predicament. Kwan wants to take out Garth so that the people of Madrigal will have a chance at Freedom. Kwan successfully triggers an explosion banishing Garth and his men into a fiery grave. Now that the threat is eliminated, she continues her search for the portal so that she can take her rightful place as its protector.

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How Many Halo Episodes Are There?

 The show started premiering on the 24th of March, 2022. New episodes are released weekly, every Thursday. The season is rumored to have 9 episodes of 60 minutes each. It has a rating of TV-14. Furthermore, the show has an IMDB rating of 7.1/10. If it is to follow the current schedule, the last episode will be aired on the 19th of May 2022.

It is fair to say Paramount successfully pulled off the concept of adapting a video game into Live Action Tv Series. The show has had a good rating in general. Furthermore, the show has already been renewed for a second season.

Where To Watch The Show Online

As of now, the only streaming service to offer Halo is Paramount+. Other streaming services may take up the show after the initial run of its first season. So, until then, you will have to have a Paramount+ subscription to be kept up to date on the show.

Since the show is nearing its end, renewing your subscription will be a great idea. Since we already know that the show has been renewed for a second season. This season is bound to end with a cliffhanger. And you wouldn’t want to miss that.

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Will There Be A Season 4 Of Who Killed Sara



Will There Be A Season 4 Of Who Killed Sara

Season 3 of the hit Mexican series, Who killed Sara? (¿Quién mató a Sara?), dropped 18 May 2022 and dropped all our jaws. The series of Spanish-language thrillers have had people on edge since it was first released in March 2021. It has a skillfully crafted suspense story to make you come back for more. It is a binge-worthy series because it is very addictive.

The series has Crime, suspense, Thriller, Mystery, drama, action, and even some romance. This series is a full package, and no wonder why it is watched by many. The trailer dropped about a month back with some crucial information, like if the show will have a season 4.

Is This The Last Season?

Unfortunately, the show will not have a season 4, and season 3 is supposed to be the final season, as stated in the trailer. The creators have confirmed that this is the end and with the very question in the title of the series answered, what else is left anyway.

Unlike the last two seasons, the ending is very close, not leaving any cliffhangers. A sort of a happily ever after and closure for some of the characters. So I doubt there is much of anything left to explore, and it would be a waste to drag the series around unnecessarily. Rather should be put to rest as it seems right. However, Alex and Eliza’s hot chemistry would be thoroughly missed.

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What Is “Who Killed Sara?” About?

Who killed Sara? It is a Spanish-language crime thriller series about a man named Alex, whose sister was killed during an outing with friends in the lake beside Alex’s rich friend and Sara’s boyfriend’s house. And Alex serves 18 years in prison for his sister’s death. After getting out of the prison, he plans to make the killer, who he believes is his rich friend, Rodolfo and his father, who covered it up, pay for their crimes.

But everything Alex thought is flipped upside down as the series moves on. In his quest to find who killed Sara, Alex burrows deep into the world of Crime as he reunites with old friends and makes some new ones. Finally, after three seasons of suspense, Alex, along with us, finds out who killed Sara.

Is Season 3 End, An Satisfying End?

The third season completely disrupts the world; the first two seasons created and expanded it, and if the expansion is appreciated or disapproved of is subjective. What’s even more acquired taste is that we were looking for all the puzzle pieces in the same box because that’s what makes more sense and is loved by people, but it turns out the major pieces that would solve the puzzle aren’t even in the same room.

And with all the questions like who killed Sara? Is Sara dead? Is Marifer Sara’s killer? What is Caesar’s deal? Among many others are answered, making sense for the show to end here and not extend unnecessarily.


The show has well renowned Mexican actors like Manolo Cardona plays the adult Álex Guzmán, Leo Deluglio as young Álex Guzmán, Alejandro Nones is Rodolfo Lazcano and Ximena Lamadrid as Sara Guzmán, Carolina Miranda as Elisa Lazcano, Eugenio Siller as José María “Chema” Lazcano, Ginés García Millán as César Lazcano, Claudia Ramírez as Mariana Lazcano, Héctor Jiménez as Elroy, Mar Carrera as Lucía and Jean Reno as Reinaldo Gómez.

The show was created by José Ignacio Valenzuela, directed by David Ruiz, and produced by Alexis Fridman.

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Heat in their sweet spot as underdogs in Game 7 vs. Celtics, ‘We’re built for it’



Heat in their sweet spot as underdogs in Game 7 vs. Celtics, ‘We’re built for it’

From the moment the No. 1 playoff seed in the Eastern Conference was clinched the final week of the season, there was an unease from within the Miami Heat.

It is difficult to play the role of underdog from a mountaintop.

And then the doubts set in.

Trae Young would torment them in the first round, just as he pushed the Atlanta Hawks through the play-in games.

Joel Embiid and James Harden finally would get the Philadelphia 76ers past the conference semifinals against the Heat.

And the consensus was nearly unanimous there would be no Heat escaping the defensively dogged Boston Celtics in these Eastern Conference finals.

Underdog mode reactivated.

And, so, a winner-take-all Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at FTX Arena.

“All you guys, everybody picked them, even though we’re No. 1,” power forward P.J. Tucker said in his media session ahead of Sunday’s showdown. “We have nothing to lose.”

And there it is, the essence of Erik Spoelstra’s team, a team that pushed past COVID absences (remember the Kyle Guy era?), questions of an aging roster (Tucker is 37, Kyle Lowry 36), injuries that have impacted even in this series (Lowry, Jimmy Butler, Tyler Herro).

And, now, even after Friday night’s pushback in a 111-103 victory at TD Garden that kept the Celtics from clinching . . . underdog again, with Boston a road favorite in Game 7.

So, basically, the Heat are back in their sweet spot.

“Really, we’re grateful,” Spoelstra said of his team. “We’re really grateful to be in a really challenging series like this against an opponent we respect. Then we get to experience a Game 7 together.

“You have to go through tough things on a playoff run when you’re trying to accomplish something special.”

Tough things such as the hamstring that had sidelined Lowry for eight of 10 games before the veteran point guard returned to play the past four.

Tough things such as the knee issue that had Butler sidelined for the second half of Game 3, out of sorts in the Games 4 and 5 loss, but then motivated to push beyond the pain for Friday’s 47 points.

Tough things such as still not knowing if Herro can make it back from the groin strain that has had the 2022 NBA Sixth Man of the Year out the past three games.

“We’ve had crazy situations all year,” Tucker said, “Kyle being out, a bunch of us having injuries. It doesn’t matter.

“We’ve had guys step up all year. Just that confidence in each other all year. So in a situation as this, it’s easy to just fall back and play.”

Because all that matters now is Sunday, one victory from the franchise’s seventh visit to the NBA Finals in its 34 years, a second in three seasons.

“You get to this level, 27 teams are watching,” Spoelstra said, with the winner of this series to face the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, which open Thursday. “You get to this elite level, you have to be able to manage everything because you can’t control everything. You’re facing great competition, and you’re going to lose some battles. Then you got to try to win more battles than you lose.”

No matter the injury report.

“You can’t get these days back,” Tucker said of pushing through his knee pain, just as so many others on the roster are ignoring the injury report. “It’s living in the moment, trying to just do what you can.”

One game for a ticket to San Francisco.

One game for the Heat to either win or stay home.

“I think we’re built for it,” Tucker said. “I think our guys are built to be locked in, get it done.”

With respect earned.

“That team over there is hungry,” Celtics guard Jaylen Brown said. “They are experienced.

“We understand the severity of the game that’s on the line.”

So do the underdogs.

“Everybody counted us out,” center Bam Adebayo said. “Everybody thought the series was already over. I mean, that’s all the motivation we needed.”


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