Colon Cancer

Chadwick Boseman snubbed in shocking Oscars upset for Best Actor [Video]

The producers of this year’s Academy Awards promised that it would be like a movie.

They may want to consider a reshoot of the ending.

Chadwick Boseman had been heavily favored to win in the best actor category for his role as a troubled trumpet player in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.”

The actor died last August after a private battle with colon cancer. He was 43.

The Oscar instead went to Sir Anthony Hopkins for his performance as a man battling dementia in the film, “The Father.”

The category closed out Sunday’s show and Hopkins was not present at the awards ceremony to accept the prize, resulting in an abrupt end to the night.

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Had he won posthumously, it would have been Boseman’s first and last acting Oscar as the film was his final on-screen work.

Other award shows had already recognized his performance.

Boseman and his “Ma Rainey” co-star, Viola Davis, made history at this year’s SAG …

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Colon Cancer

Indian Hill community mourns the loss of beloved teacher [Video]

The Indian Hill community is mourning the loss of a beloved educator. Indian Hill High School Choir and Theater Director Jeff Clark died Tuesday from advanced stage four colon cancer. "The beloved, award-winning educator brought to life some of the most memorable productions to grace the Indian Hill High School Auditorium," the Indian Hill School District said. Clark has been with the district since 2016. He's been an educator since 2001. We are devastated, with our students, our parents, and our community, at the loss of this passionate educator, who offered our students incredible, unparalleled experiences in the arts, said Indian Hill School District CEO/Superintendent Kirk Koennecke. Our hearts are with Mr. Clarks family.

Colon Cancer

Teacher And Coach Greeted At Hospital After Final Chemo Treatment [Video]

A high school teacher and Varsity baseball coach in Saginaw, Michigan was leaving a medical center after his 12th and final round of chemotherapy only to find a huge group of supporters clapping and cheering for him! Family, friends, his baseball team all in uniform and so many others greeted Brendan Harrison as he exited the medical center where he was being treated for colon cancer.