— tj (@tjhjm) April 14, 2015
Some people were very happy with that.
@iama_kalakshmi i am learning to draw today at Udemy. — ikram (@ikram_sudee) May 10, 2015
@iama_kalakshmi how did u know i was studying art???? i have always been fascinated by art in my heart — Nadeem Rana (@narana1250) May 13, 2015
@iama_kalakshmi so good in art i decided i had to learn how to do sketching aswell — Tanya O’Neal (@TanyaO) May 10, 2015
@iama_kalakshmi good job drawing, i’ll take u for your lessons whenever i come to tht town 🦁 👑💾 pic.twitter.com/w4s1YKvWGQ — Nana (@neenamraddha) May 11, 2015
@iama_kalakshmi good job drawing, I’ll take u for your lessons whenever I come to tht town 🦁 👑💾 pic.twitter.com/w4s1YKvWGQ — Nada Shabbir (@nadashabbir) May 13, 2015
[email protected]_kalakshmi I can’t wait for my new art lessons 🎶👻 A post shared by Yvonnes Nandekar (@yvonnes_nandekar) on May 24, 2015 at 7:24pm PDT
A man who was being held on a murder charge in a case dating back to 2004 has been indicted for multiple charges of murder after detectives learned through video surveillance that he posed a threat to himself in the hours after he allegedly stabbed his wife to death.
Robert J. Pusateri, 51, was taken Monday into custody and charged with first-degree murder, felony murder, two counts of criminal homicide, two counts of home invasion, two counts of armed burglary and one count of criminal mischief in the Dec. 4 slaying of 41-year-old Denise Pusateri on the city’s Southeast Side.
“He was an outstanding individual, an outstanding person, an outstanding victim,” Assistant Cook County State’s Attorney James Spangler said. “He took her life for no reason.”
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