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Treasures from the Doris Day Estate Go to Auction

Treasures from the Doris Day Estate Go to Auction


Successful hotelier, genre-changing movie star, beloved singer, Carmel-by-the-Sea treasure, and the ultimate friend to furry critters? Doris Day wore many winning hats in her lifetime, and her legacy of love and laughter continues to inspire millions of fans. The entertainment icon and animal activist passed away in May 2019, and while visiting her famous Carmel inn is still a must for mavens of her movies, and re-watching the films she helped make famous is a regular pastime, there’ll soon be another way for Doris devotees to connect with her memory.

Property from the Estate of Doris Day will go to auction in Beverly Hills on April 4 and 5, 2020, with all proceeds going to the Doris Day Animal Foundation. Her elegant but easygoing style is evident in the pieces, which include furniture, a car, and, of course, gorgeous gewgaws that reflect her lifelong love of dogs. Take a look now at just a few of the pieces that will surely win over the hearts of those who remember, and greatly miss, this great actor and advocate for animals.



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‘What a Day’: Watch Moment Connecticut Cops Stop Yankees GM Brian Cashman at Gunpoint After Apparent Mix-Up

'What a Day': Watch Moment Connecticut Cops Stop Yankees GM Brian Cashman at Gunpoint After Apparent Mix-Up


Body-camera footage released Wednesday by Connecticut police show New York Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman getting stopped by cops at gunpoint in an apparent mix-up involving his own stolen vehicle and a separate report of an armed man at a doctor’s office.

The confrontation came after police responding to a report of a man with a gun who had been seen driving a white Jeep spotted Cashman’s vehicle — which incorrectly was still listed as stolen despite having been recovered by New York police days earlier.

Cashman was stopped at a Shell gas station in Darien when he was surrounded by police.

“Driver turn off your car and put your hands up! Put your hands out the window,” a Darien police officer is heard yelling on the video, which captures the cop with his gun pointed in Cashman’s direction.

The footage shows Cashman — in a dark T-shirt, white shorts and flip-flops — exiting his vehicle with his hands in the air. He subsequently makes his way, backwards, following command, toward the officers.

He explains that he reported the vehicle stolen earlier in the week and the NYPD recovered it and returned it to him.

Cashman is allowed to go back to his vehicle to retrieve his identification, at which point the officer tells him, “You look very familiar to me.”

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“I’m the GM with the New York Yankees,” Cashman replies.

“Yeah, I know, I used to see you as Brook Street Bagels when I was an Eastchester cop,” the officer says, adding, “I apologize for the embarrassment.”

An apparent officer at the scene explained to Cashman that they were responding to an unrelated report of a man who brought a gun at a doctor’s office and had reportedly left in a white, Jeep-like vehicle. Then they ran the plates on Cashman’s Jeep and found that it had been reported stolen.

“What a day,” Cashman could be heard as he wiped his forehead while awaiting next to his vehicle and surrounded by police.

The Yankees’ general manager said he reported the vehicle stolen earlier last week from nearby but the NYPD had recovered the vehicle in the Bronx and returned it to him.

It’s not clear why his vehicle was not taken off the stolen list.

He was “fully cooperative with all commands and instructions given by the officers conducting the stop and the encounter was quickly, efficiently and properly deescalated,” police said in a previous a statement.

“They executed a very tactful interception,” Cashman told the NY Post.

“They’re clearly very professional and trained and they asked me to turn my car off, exit the vehicle, walk backwards towards them…they were executing their duty.”

Officers escorted him to the Norwalk police station, where he was initially driving to in order to have his car processed for evidence because he found items inside that he believed belonged to whomever stole his car.

Police said they later found the patient who had brought a gun to the doctor’s office. He had a valid license and wasn’t aware he had caused any alarm.



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Fans Descend on Gaslamp Quarter for Day 1 of San Diego Comic-Con

Fans Descend on Gaslamp Quarter for Day 1 of San Diego Comic-Con

Enthusiastic fans lined up outside the San Diego Convention Center overnight to be the first to step into San Diego Comic-Con 2019 for the first full day of panels, signings and exhibits. 

Thursday officially kicks off the 50th anniversary of one of the largest pop culture conventions in the world and tens of thousands of comic, movie and television enthusiasts were ready to descend on the halls.

On Preview Night Wednesday, open to only a select few, workers were putting the final touches on the all the branded exhibitions, like the Walking Dead-themed AMC “Deadquarters” installation, while enthusiastic fans lined up outside of the convention center to be some of the first inside the next day.

A few were already in full costume, including a man in a “Stranger Things” Hawkins Police uniform and an Australian couple dressed as Marty McFly and Doc Brown, although most opted for the nerd-approved t-shirt (there were more than a few AT-AT, Jurassic Park and Laura Palmer shirts) for badge pickup.

Those in full cosplay were grateful for the cooler-than-usual temperatures.

“I would be melting,” said Ana Nibbla of San Diego, who was dressed as a female Pennywise, or “Princess Pennywise” as she likes to call it.

She likes to hit the convention floor early to check out exclusives from artists who don’t go to conventions often. “This is the one time a year I get to see them in person,” she said.

Later, Warner Bros. hosted a ScareDiego event promising some hair-raising new footage from “It: Chapter Two.”

“This is my favorite, I’m a huge Stephen King fan,” said Cheryl Dolbel from Jersey in the Channel Islands, who was wearing a t-shirt with artist drawings of both Tim Curry and Bill Skarsgård as Pennywise. “We tried to go for the taping, but we couldn’t get in. We’ve been waiting a few hours.”

She’s hoping to see Skarsgård and James McAvoy and later in the week is going to visit the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” installation.

As the week goes on, movie fans will also get a look at Paramount’s “Terminator: Dark Fate” at a Hall H presentation Thursday, and on Saturday be treated to a Marvel Studios presentation with its president, Kevin Feige. Details for the Marvel show are being kept under wraps, but many expect Feige and his “special guests” will outline the plans for Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which could include announcements about “Black Widow,” ”Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” ”Shang-Chi” and “The Eternals.”

The movie fare is lighter than usual, however. A few of the studios have chosen to sit this year out, like Sony, which is already cleaning up at the box office with “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” and Universal Pictures, which doesn’t have any superheroes on its slate at all. Although Warner Bros. is coming with “It: Chapter Two,” it does not have a big Hall H presentation planned for any of its DC properties like “Joker” and the Harley Quinn spinoff “Birds of Prey.” And there will be no “Star Wars” news either.

“If anything, the exiting of some movie studios has made more room for TV and TV is just the best of the best right now,” said Perri Nemiroff, a senior producer for Collider.com and host of the YouTube series Movie Talk.

Television enthusiasts will have their pick, whether they want one last go-around the cast of a show that’s ended (like “Game of Thrones” and “Supernatural”), to check in with some old favorites (“The Walking Dead,” ”The Good Place,” ”Westworld,” ”Arrow,” ”Rick and Morty” and “Riverdale”), or get first look at a new property (such as “Snowpiercer,” ”Star Trek: Picard” and “The Witcher”).

Occasionally this means throwing a Comic-Con newbie into the mix. HBO is bringing Lin-Manuel Miranda out for his first ever convention to promote the new show “His Dark Materials.”

Last month Miranda tweeted a modest request for fans: “Be gentle, it’s my first Comic-Con.” 



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Reunions Galore: First Day of Comic-Con 2019 Schedule Released

Reunions Galore: First Day of Comic-Con 2019 Schedule Released

The 50th anniversary of San Diego Comic-Con is almost here, and the pop culture giant has begun slowly revealing what stars, panels, and experiences will take the stage.

While the golden anniversary marks a historic feat for the local event — seeing the return of Marvel after “Avengers: Endgame” — it also marks the first convention without comic legend Stan Lee, who died in November.

SDCC runs from Thursday, July 18 to Sunday, July 21, with a preview night on Wednesday, July 17.

Here are the top hits coming to the San Diego Convention Center on Thursday, July 18.

Terminator: Dark Fate
11 a.m. – 12 p.m., Hall H
Paramount Pictures brings a Terminator: Dark Fate panel discussion and footage presentation with talent and filmmakers.

Batman Beyond 20th Anniversary
12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m., Hall H
Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Batman Beyond won two Emmy Awards and three Annie Awards as it captured the imaginations of a new generation of Batman fans, setting new standards for superhero storytelling with innovative designs, outstanding voice acting, and an intriguing approach to DC’s iconic characters and stories. The series also spawned an acclaimed animated film, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. Come celebrate the series’ 20th anniversary with many members of the creative team behind the breakthrough production, including producers Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) and Glen Murakami (Teen Titans), eight-time Emmy Award–winning casting/dialogue director Andrea Romano (Justice League), director James Tucker (Batman: Hush), writers Bob Goodman (Elementary, Warehouse 13) and Stan Berkowitz (Justice League: The New Frontier), and the acting stars of the series: Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series) and Will Friedle (Boy Meets World, Kim Possible), the voices of Batman and Terry McGinnis, respectively. Stay to the end for some exclusive prizes and cool announcements.

Netflix’s New Hit YA Fantasy Series, The Order
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m., Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Meet the cast of Netflix’s The Order at their first ever Comic-Con appearance. Featuring Jake Manley, Sarah Grey, Adam DiMarco, Devery Jacobs, Thomas Elms, Katharine Isabelle, Louriza Tronco, creator/showrunner Dennis Heaton, writer/EP Shelley Eriksen, and executive producers Chad Oakes and Michael Frislev. They’ll premiere a sizzle reel with never-before-seen footage.

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SpongeBob’s Big Birthday Blowout
1:45pm – 2:45pm, Room 6A
Drop on the deck and flop like a fish because it’s a celebration for 20 years of SpongeBob SquarePants! Dive deep down into the making of SpongeBob’s brand-new special “SpongeBob’s Big Birthday Blowout!” with co-executive producers Vincent Waller and Marc Ceccarelli. Voice actors Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), Carolyn Lawrence (Sandy), Mr. Lawrence (Plankton), and Clancy Brown (Mr. Krabs) will discuss what it was like to portray their characters in front of the camera for the first time in this live action-animation hybrid episode. Plus, they’re covering 20 years of nautical nonsense, so be sure to bring it around town!

Nancy Drew Exclusive Screening and Panel
2 p.m. – 3:15 p.m., Ballroom 20
Nancy Drew is a brilliant teenaged detective whose sense of self has come from solving mysteries in her hometown of Horseshoe Bay, Maine—until her mother’s untimely death derails Nancy’s college plans. Devastated by her mother’s passing, Nancy swears off crime solving, but when a socialite is murdered, Nancy finds herself embroiled in a ghostly murder investigation. A supernatural presence begins to haunt Nancy’s investigation, and she discovers that the current crime has an astonishing connection to the unsolved murder of a local girl. Whether the ghost is here to help or hinder Nancy remains to be seen, but one thing’s for sure: Nancy’s going to have to unravel the clues from both the living and the dead to solve the crimes. Join series stars Kennedy McMann, Leah Lewis, Maddison Jaizani, Alex Saxon, and Tunji Kasim, along with executive producers Noga Landau, Melinda Hsu-Taylor, and Stephanie Savage for an exclusive sneak peek of the first episode followed by a panel discussion. Moderated by Damian Holbrook of TV Guide Magazine. Nancy Drew will air Wednesdays this fall on The CW.

35th Anniversary of Ghostbusters
3 p.m. – 4 p.m., The Theater, Comic-Con Museum
Over three decades ago, four men, the iconic Ecto-1, and Stay Puft Marshmallow Man entered our lives. Since then, the proton pack is a constant cosplay want, and fans can’t help singing along to the classic theme song. The franchise spawned countless comics and animated series. With the future Ghostbuster film to look forward to, Jessica Tseang (founder, Positive Pop Culture/Persisted Media Group) discusses with panelists from the original trilogy, artists, and animators about the longevity of this franchise.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Hall H
The cast and producers of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. take over Hall H for the first time ever! Be the first to hear the scoop about the show-stopping conclusion for season 6 and what awaits in season 7 of Marvel’s flagship television show. With your favorite stars in attendance, including Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Elizabeth Henstridge, Iain De Caestecker, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley, and Jeff Ward, along with executive producers Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon, Jeff Bell, and Jeph Loeb, this is a must-see panel to celebrate seven seasons with the world’s greatest fans! This action-packed series from Marvel Television and ABC Studios airs Fridays at 8/7c on ABC.

Remembering Stan Lee
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Room 6BCF
Fans remember the life and legacy of the legendary Stan Lee. Starting with Fantastic Four for Marvel Comics in 1961, Stan (together with fellow co-creator artists Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko) brought to life the Hulk, Doctor Strange, Daredevil, and our favorite neighborhood Spider-Man! This panel will celebrate with a collection of fan art and the best of Stan’s cameos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, plus stories from those who knew Stan and his genuine appreciation for his fans. Moderated by Christine Quimbo and Anastasia Hunter.

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Superstore
5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront
Attention, Cloud 9 shoppers! Universal Television brings NBC’s hit workplace comedy Superstore to Comic-Con 2019. From the bright-eyed newbies and the seen-it-all veterans to the clueless seasonal hires, together the employees tackle the day-to-day grind of rabid bargain hunters and riot-causing sales, as well as the varied complex issues facing the American working class today. Join your fellow Cloud 9 employees for a Q&A session with the cast and producers: America Ferrera (Ugly Betty), Ben Feldman (Mad Men), Mark McKinney (Saturday Night Live), Lauren Ash (Super Fun Night), Colton Dunn (Parks and Recreation), Nico Santos (Crazy Rich Asians), Nichole Bloom (Shameless), Kaliko Kauahi (Raven’s Home), and executive producers Justin Spitzer (The Office), Gabe Miller (The Office, The Mindy Project), and Jonathan Green (The Office, The Mindy Project).

SHAZAM! Documentary World Premiere
6 p.m. – 7 p.m., Horton Grand Theatre
Discover the unbelievable history behind the iconic, magical, and influential superhero who is really just a kid at heart: Shazam! Introduced in person by one of the film’s stars—Asher Angel—this DC spotlight (streaming later this summer on DC Universe) features interviews with the people who helped The World’s Mightiest Mortal evolve from comic book hero to pop culture icon. You’ll witness the enlightening perspectives of legendary DC writers and artists, including Geoff Johns, Jerry Ordway, Tom Mandrake, Jeff Smith, Gerry Conway, Jim Lee, and Dan DiDio; filmmaker/comic expert Kevin Smith; and the stars and makers of 2019’s hit film Shazam!: Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Grace Fulton, Cooper Andrews, director David F. Sandberg, and producer Peter Safran.

To see the full schedule, visit SDCC’s website. To plan your own schedule, check out the convention’s MySCHED program.



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Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger Surprises Father and Son on Father’s Day

Dodgers' Cody Bellinger Surprises Father and Son on Father's Day

As Fathers across the country were honored on Sunday, Dodgers’ outfielder Cody Bellinger decided to make one family’s day extra special.

Bellinger surprised Seth Grossman and his son, Paul, at the DICK’S Sporting Goods store in Tustin, CA ahead of the Dodgers Father’s Day matchup against the Chicago Cubs.

Grossman, who is the Northwood Little League President and coach, thought he was going to the store to go shopping with his son, but as the pair walked around the store, they stopped to watch someone hitting in the DICK’s new batting cage.

“Let’s check out his form,” said Grossman to his son. 

After watching the impressive swing in action, the Father and son tandem was shocked when the man turned around and revelead himself to be the 2017 National League Rookie of the Year Winner, Cody Bellinger.

Bellinger took the Grossmans inside the store’s new batting cage and talked about his own relationship with his father, Clay Bellinger, a three-time World Series Champion and Cody’s coach when he was in Little League.

Bellinger played in the 2007 Little League World Series for the Chandler, AZ team that was coached by his father. Everything came full circle at the 2017 MLB All-Star Weekend, when the younger Bellinger asked his father to pitch to him during the Home Run Derby in Miami.

At the conclusion of their visit, Bellinger surprised the Grossmans with tickets to the Father’s Day game at Dodger Stadium against the Cubs.

Bellinger is off to a historic start to the season, batting .355 with 22 home runs and 57 RBI.



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Prince Harry, Andy Cohen and More First-Time Dads Who Are Celebrating Their First Father’s Day

Prince Harry, Andy Cohen and More First-Time Dads Who Are Celebrating Their First Father's Day

Prince Harry, Andy Cohen and More First-Time Dads Who Are Celebrating Their First Father’s Day | Entertainment Tonight

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Summer Solstice 2019: What You Need to Know About the Longest Day of the Year

Summer Solstice 2019: What You Need to Know About the Longest Day of the Year

The summer solstice sets off the official start of summer as the Northern Hemisphere angles itself at the point in its orbit closest to the sun, causing the longest day and shortest night of the calendar year. Many cultures, both ancient and modern, celebrate the sunlight with rituals and holidays.

What Is the Summer Solstice?

The term solstice comes from the Latin words “sol” (sun) and “stitium” (still or stopped). It is used to describe the exact moment when the poles are tilted at their maximum toward or away from the sun.

The summer solstice occurs when the sun is directly above the Tropic of Cancer, which is the circle marking the latitude 23.5 degrees north, and which runs through Mexico, the Bahamas, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, India and southern China, according to the National Weather Service. For those living above the Tropic of Cancer, it is the longest day of the year.

For those who live in the Southern Hemisphere, this is the shortest day of the year and marks the arrival of winter. The longest day of the year for those south of the equator occurs between Dec. 20 and 22, when the sun is directly above the Tropic of Capricorn. This marks the winter solstice where the Northern Hemisphere will experience the shortest day of the year.

When Is the Summer Solstice?

The summer solstice usually falls between June 20 and 22 each year. This year, the solstice will occur on June 21 at 11:54 a.m. ET.

What Are the Traditions of the Summer Solstice?

The summer solstice has been observed by humans since as early as the Stone Age, and was a significant holiday for many ancient cultures.

In the past, summer solstice traditions included spreading ashes from bonfires across one’s garden to bring a bountiful harvest, to wearing protective garlands of herbs and flowers to ward off evil spirits, according to History.com.

“The significance of the summer solstice to ancient cultures had many aspects, including calendaring, crop planting and agriculture, moving their camp or housing location for nomadic peoples, and annual cultural ceremonies,” said Aparna Venkatesan, an associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of San Francisco.

Ancient Romans celebrated the arrival of the summer with a religious festival in honor of Vesta, goddess of the hearth, according to History.com. Women would enter temples named for the goddess to leave offerings with the hopes of receiving good blessings for their families.

In Ancient Greece, the summer solstice sometimes marked the new year and became a time to hold a festival for Cronus, the god of agriculture. Even slaves were allowed to break social codes and participate in the festivities.

The alignment of Ancient archaeological structures such as the Great Pyramids of Kufu and Khafre on Egypt’s Giza plateau suggests Ancient Egypt observed the summer solstice as well. That’s because if you’re standing directly in front of the Sphinx, the sun sets precisely between the two pyramids on the summer solstice. Stonehenge, the 5,000-year-old ring of standing stones in southwest England, aligns with the direction of the sunrise on the summer solstice. And while History.com notes that there is little archeological evidence to suggest the location was used for prehistoric rituals, thousands of visitors, many in colorful costumes, gather around the monument annually to watch the sunrise.

Many Native American tribes performed solstice rituals. According to History.com, the Sioux took part in a “ceremonial sun dance around a tree while wearing symbolic colors.” Researchers believe that Wyoming’s Bighorn Medicine Wheel, an arrangement of stones that has been found to align with the rising sun at the summer solstice, was the site of the tribe’s annual dance. Remaining tribes still take part in solstice rituals, according to History.com.

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How Is the Summer Solstice Celebrated?

In Sweden, the summer solstice is marked with Midsummer celebrations, as citizens enjoy the end of a long winter with assorted pagan traditions, according to the Swedish Institute. People start the day by picking flowers and making wreaths to hang on maypoles, which are then used for traditional ring-dances. Unmarried girls who place flowers under their pillows before going to bed will dream of their future husbands, according to local superstition. Modern Swedes believe it is a magical time for love; many weddings and christenings are held around the solstice. 

Followers of modern-day Wicca, a nature-based pagan religion based on pre-Christian traditions, celebrate the Sun God on the longest day of the year with fruitful picnics on floral-adorned altars. According to Liza Chamberlain, author of “Wicca for Beginners: A Guide to Wiccan Beliefs, Rituals, Magic, and Witchcraft,” the Wiccan Sabbat celebration of midsummer, or “Litha,” marks the “pinnacle of the Sun’s power to fuel the growing season.”

And in southern California, the city of Santa Barbara hosts a three-day festival for the summer solstice, featuring street vendors, music, lots of food and a parade. The Santa Barbara Summer Solstice Celebration, which is in its 45th year, will take place on June 21 through June 23

Each year, thousands of yogis from around the world flock to Times Square in New York City to celebrate the summer solstice with free yoga classes. The annual yoga fest, “Solstice in Times Square: Mind Over Madness Yoga,” was launched in 2003 and designed to keep urban-dwellers centered, focused and present, according to the event’s organizers.

“As the sun climbs to its highest point and is suspended in the sky for the longest period, it provides us with a vital force that sustains all of life, giving us a focal point and uniting our purpose to achieve our highest ambitions,” wrote Douglass Stewart, the event’s co-founder, on the event’s website.

Those looking to find zen in the busiest neighborhood in Manhattan can sign up for one of the seven classes scheduled throughout the day.

Is there a full moon on the summer solstice?

No, this year’s summer solstice does not coincide with a full moon. June’s full moon will actually land on Father’s Day, June 16. 

It’s rare that a June full moon, also known as the Strawberry Moon, lands on the solstice. The last time that happened was in 2016 and before that it occurred in 1948. 



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Trixie Mattel on Worries Her Friendship With Katya Was Ending and Why ‘That Day Will Come’ (Exclusive)

Trixie Mattel on Worries Her Friendship With Katya Was Ending and Why 'That Day Will Come' (Exclusive)

Trixie Mattel on Worries Her Friendship With Katya Was Ending and Why ‘That Day Will Come’ (Exclusive) | Entertainment Tonight

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62,000 Pounds of Raw Beef Recalled Before Memorial Day for Possible E. Coli

62,000 Pounds of Raw Beef Recalled Before Memorial Day for Possible E. Coli


Better check your raw meat before firing up the grill for Memorial Day. 

Illinois-based Aurora Packing Company is recalling about 62,112 pounds of raw beef products that were shipped out for further distribution and processing nationwide because they may be contaminated with E. coli, the USDA announced

The issue was detected as a result of routine, random testing by the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service and there have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions, the department said in a notice Wednesday. 

Still, the recall is classified as Class I, which means “there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or death.” 

The affected products were packaged on April 19 and can be found on this list. They have an establishment number “EST. 788” inside the USDA mark of inspection. 

The government notice warns that some of the products may be in institutional facility freezers. 

“E. coli O157:H7 is a potentially deadly bacterium that can cause dehydration, bloody diarrhea and abdominal cramps 2–8 days (3–4 days, on average) after exposure the organism,” the recall notice says. 

Most people explosed to E. coli recover within a week but children under age 5 and older adults are especially susceptible to a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome, according to the USDA.  

All consumers should make sure that raw meat products have been cooked to a temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit by using a food thermometer, the department says. 

Consumers with questions can call Aurora Packing Company at (630) 897-0551 or reach out with other food safety questions to the toll-free USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) during weekday business hours.



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