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Review: Acasa, My Home

— by RON WILKINSON — Every few months, weeks or days, many working Americans dream of life in the wild. The simplicity of nature offers the ultimate freedom, work we like when we like it, without modern backstabbing urban politics. Then we sober up. There were people here who lived like that a couple hundred […]
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Corporate America is pausing its financial support for the 147 GOP lawmakers who challenged Biden's victory. Here are all the S&P 500 companies who gave them money - and then stopped.

Erin Schaff/Getty Images S&P 500 companies gave $23 million to the 147 GOP lawmakers who contested Electoral College results. After GOP efforts to overturn Biden's victory led to violence, some companies paused their support. Here's a list of how much each corporate PAC had given and whether they've paused contributions. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. On January 6, Congress convened a joint session to formally certify President Joseph Biden's Electoral College victory...
Tags: Energy, Transportation, Real Estate, Politics, News, Enterprise, Media, Entertainment, Congress, Finance, Senate, White House, Advertising, US, America, Trends


Malaka Gharib on NPR's covid-19 webcomics

11 Original NPR Comics That Brought Joy, Hope And Help During The Pandemic [comics journalism; webcomics] Malaka Gharib December 23, 2020 https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/12/23/947736370/11-original-npr-comics-that-brought-joy-hope-and-help-during-the-pandemic ...
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The Post on Batwoman

New Batwoman Javicia Leslie always wanted to be a superhero [in print as New Batwoman Javicia Leslie says she always wanted to be a superhero] David Betancourt Washington Post Jan. 19, 2021 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2021/01/17/javicia-leslie-batwoman-cw/ Q&A: Javicia Leslie takes on Batwoman role to empower others By Jonathan Landrum Jr.   |   AP Jan. 8, 2021 ...
Tags: Comics, Washington Post, Ap, Mike Rhode, David Betancourt, Jonathan Landrum Jr, Javicia Leslie


Hataraku Saibou Black Fights to Maintain an Erection

Hataraku Saibou Black‘s next goal now comically involves the maintenance of an erection, schooling watchers on the science behind the act whilst entertaining them with hilarious visuals along the way. Omake:
Tags: Health, Comedy, Drama, Anime, Blood, Oppai, Anthropomorphisation, Image Gallery, Liden Films, Hataraku Saibou, Hataraku Saibou Black, Hataraku Saibou Black Fights


Patience & Esther Comes Next Week

Out January 26 is Patience & Esther: An Edwardian Romance, an adults-only graphic novel by S.W. Searle that’s absolutely adorable. I know, weird adjective for explicit erotica, but nevertheless… it’s the story of Patience, a servant girl finding love and herself in Edwardian England. Her partner, Esther, introduces her to pleasure and progressivism, as they encounter suffragettes and changing times.
Tags: Art, Comics, England, Esther, S W Searle


Love & Capes: In the Time of COVID Now Serializing Online

Thom Zahler launched a Patreon recently with the promise that he’d be creating a new Love & Capes story, in which the superhero and his wife cope with the pandemic. Now that that’s established, he’s posting the pages for anyone to read (with a three-month delay). Every Monday, there’s a new page, with three posted as of now. Mark and Abby now have two kids, so there should be plenty of family humor, as well as figuring out whether a [...]
Tags: Comics, Patreon, Mark, Abby, Comic News, Thom Zahler


The Only Thing Better Than Today’s Inauguration Are These 5 TikToks ABOUT The Inauguration

While history was being made - dank content was being created. TRUMP IS FINALLY GONE!! WOOOOOO!!!!! Today has been a ✨beautiful ✨day: our country woke up and was serenaded by Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez. THEN it finally happened: Joe Biden became our President and Kamala Harris became the first female, Black, and South Asian Vice President (!!!). The speeches were eloquent, thoughtful, and inspiring... which should’ve been standard at this point, but after four years of sloppy spe...
Tags: Senate, White House, America, Joe Biden, Humor, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Donald Trump, Kamala Harris, Trump, Isaiah Washington, Amanda Gorman, Luis Cervantes, Kat Curtis, Boman Martinez Reid


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The Best Movies Leaving Netflix in February 2021

Every month, we longingly write about a batch of great movies that are soon leaving Netflix, metaphorically waving goodbye to them as they disappear from the service and either drift off into temporary oblivion or shift over to a different streaming service. But I have good news: there actually aren’t that many great movies leaving Netflix in February 2021, so you’ll be getting your full subscription’s worth next month. Here are five great films that are vanishing from the service. Goodfell...
Tags: Movies, Berlin, Netflix, Emma Stone, Jason Bateman, Goodfellas, Joel Edgerton, Basic Instinct, Bates Motel, Michael Douglas, Martin Scorsese, Adam Mckay, Ray Liotta, McKay, Sharon Stone, Nathaniel Hawthorne


Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru? Doles Out More Helpful Exercises

Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru? has yet to cease in its endeavor to help readers become physically fit as the latest volume releases more exercise secrets, though, genie delusions, chaotic comedy, and sweaty girls are also present for the sake of variety. Sample pages from the 11th volume, which might have some wondering if the mangaka […]
Tags: Health, Comedy, Fitness, Anime, Fetish, Manga, Muscle, Oppai, Image Gallery, Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru


The Best Movies & TV Shows Coming to Netflix in February 2021

It’s that time again! Time to talk about what new stuff is hitting Netflix next month. And let me tell you, folks, the line-up for February is looking a little anemic. Netflix has spent the last few years going all-in on their original programming, which means that they’re snapping up less and less familiar titles. As a result, the streaming service unleashes a slew of originals that may or may not be good while cutting down on stuff you might actually want to watch. It’s a bit rough, but that’...
Tags: Europe, Christopher Nolan, Movies, California, La, US, Georgia, Netflix, Paris, Italy, Leonardo Dicaprio, Bank, Pele, Ed, Scorsese, Nolan


Gene Martinez, influential and ‘beloved’ Compass agent, dies at 60

Martinez joined Compass while the company was still young, and went on to lead and help launch operations in multiple parts of the U.S.
Tags: Health, Florida, California, New York City, San Francisco, Radio, Miami, Agent, Compass, Donald Trump, Karlie Kloss, Industry News, Martinez, Miami Beach, Corcoran, Select


Princess Connect! Re: Dive Now Available in English

Cygames and Crunchyroll Games have finally released the English version of the popular smartphone auto-battler RPG Princess Connect! Re: Dive. The description of the game from one of the storefronts: A tale that resonates: the tremendously popular RPG, Princess Connect, is here for a global audience. Princess Connect! Re: Dive is finally available worldwide! A […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Smartphones, English, Anime, Announcements, RPG, Crunchyroll, Cygames, Casuals, Princess Connect! Re:Dive


‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ Animated Series in the Works, Says Robert Rodriguez

For people who were amped about the indie film boom of the 1990s, From Dusk Till Dawn represented an exciting new development in the careers of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez. Years before the failed 2007 experiment that was Grindhouse, the two indie wunderkinds teamed up to make a unique B-movie that shifted from a straightforward crime thriller into an all-out vampire horror film. Now, 25 years later, Rodriguez says that a From Dusk Till Dawn animated series is in development. Read hi...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Mexico, Animation, George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino, Gecko, Robert-Rodriguez, Tarantino, Dawn, Clooney, Dusk Till Dawn, Rodriguez, Aztec, Film to TV


‘Soul’ Dubbing Ignites Controversies Overseas as White Actors Voice Black Lead

Soul struck a chord, not just for its beautiful photorealistic animation nor its wrangling with abstract concepts of the life, purpose, and beyond, but for its genuine depiction of the Black community, centered around lead character Joe (voiced by Jamie Foxx in English). And while a few things can get lost in translation in the film’s transition over to European markets, those elements remain crucial to Soul. But one choice by many European markets pertaining to the latter — Joe’s Black identit...
Tags: Facebook, South Korea, Japan, Hollywood, Movies, France, New York City, Soul, Animation, New York Times, Portugal, Denmark, Jamie Foxx, Pixar, Black, Joe


New online radio station offers an uplift in lockdown

A new radio service has launched online designed to play ‘uplifting music during lockdown’. Jubilant FM was started by Rob Lee not only to keep himself active and motivated but to also get other people involved. It now has a group of volunteers helping to keep it going. Rob told RadioToday: “I got together music licenses for the station and decided, once I wracked my brain for a name, to call it Jubilant FM in terms of happy and joyful and to provide uplifting music. This has helped with some...
Tags: UK, Radio, Ireland, Rob, Norfolk, Kent, Online Radio, Ray, Nikki, Rob Lee, Station News


An affordable, sustainable solution to unsheltered homelessness

[Note from editor: The “Mastermind Showcase” highlights companies and news from members of the GEM. Today’s showcase: Pallet.] Pallet builds durable, portable, and affordable shelters for the more than half a million people facing homelessness across the U.S. They offer a 64 square foot version starting at $4,900 as well as a 100 square foot version starting at $7,000. Prefabricated at Pallet’s factory headquarters, the shelters are shipped on a wood pallet in seven panel pieces, are built in l...
Tags: Startups, Radio, Community, Social Good, Riverside, Pallet, Built World, Construction Tech, Mastermind Showcase, Sonoma County Click


Seth MacFarlane Wants to Remake ‘The Naked Gun’ with Liam Neeson in the Lead Role

Liam Neeson might soon be stepping down from his perch atop Action Dad Mountain, but what might the next phase of his career look like? Could we be entering the era of Liam Neeson: Comedy Star? In a recent interview, Neeson revealed that Seth MacFarlane, the man behind Family Guy and the Ted films, has approached him to star in remake of the 1988 comedy The Naked Gun. But is the star of Taken and The Commuter the right fit for a movie like that? “I’ve been approached by Seth MacFarlane and Pa...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Paramount Studios, Ricky Gervais, Liam-Neeson, Nielsen, Seth-MacFarlane, Remakes, Schindler, Neeson, Macfarlane, Leslie Nielsen, Frank Drebin, The Naked Gun


Interracial couple suing Michigan agents for alleged discrimination

One of the accused agents, Rick Beaudin of KW Realty Livingston, says he's never met the couple, never received an offer from them and "discrimination has no place in real estate."
Tags: Regulations, Radio, Civil Rights, Agent, Michigan, Livingston, Property Rights, Select, Fair Housing, Julie Franklin, Kw Realty Livingston, Mary Kay Ikens, Re/max Platinum, Rick Beaudin, Verdell Franklin


Learn How to Forage Acorns From a Comic

Melanie Gillman has been talking about foraging, finding wild foods, on their Twitter recently. Now, they’ve assembled 18 pages of advice on one particular natural food source, acorns, into a pay-what-you-want PDF comic. Eating Acorns: A Foraging Guide is available via Gumroad. Even if you would never eat something you picked off the ground, it’s a fascinating source of information. In addition to a handful of recipes for acorn flour, Gillman has a wonderful, poetic section on why they forage [....
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Official Trailer for Totally Ridiculous CGI Mayhem 'Sky Sharks' Movie

"These are sharks… but they can fly, you say?" Dark Sky Films has released an official trailer for a totally ridiculous action CGI-spectacle called Sky Sharks, from filmmaker Marc Fehse. First there was Iron Sky, then there was Sharknado, then there was the Iron Sky sequel (The Coming Race), now there's Sky Sharks. After an arctic research team discovers a long-lost Nazi warship frozen in the ice, they inadvertently unleash the Third Reich's unknown secret weapon: Sky Sharks. What if the Naz...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Nazis, Sharknado, To Watch, Dave Sheridan, Iron Sky, Sky Sharks, Marc Fehse


Buyers can bid on America’s priciest home via Google Forms

Developer Nile Niami is asking buyers interested in his $350 million Bel Air spec mansion to submit an application through Google Forms — and he’d like to know which influencer turned them onto the property.
Tags: Google, Instagram, Listings, America, Radio, Luxury, Compass, Architectural Digest, Google Forms, Nile Niami, Aaron Kirman, Rayni Williams, Brendan Williams, Williams & Williams Estates Group, Luxury Lens, Rita Kogan


Quick and Easy Guides From Limerence Press: Queer & Trans Identities, Sex & Disability

Limerence Press, an imprint of Oni Press dedicated to “quality erotica, sex education, and gender and sexuality studies comics,” has a line of guides on tricky topics. Suitable for older teens and adults, these graphic novels aren’t afraid to tackle issues of current interest, and they’re written from knowledgeable perspectives, with creators that can personally speak to the subject matter, giving them an autobiographical overlay that makes the material easy to relate to, no matter one’s previou...
Tags: Comics, Oni Press, Limerence Press, Oni Press / Lion Forge, Easy Guides From Limerence Press


‘Zillow Gone Wild’: Instagram account featuring kooky homes gains popularity

An Instagram account that finds the biggest, flashiest and otherwise weirdest listings on Zillow is quickly gaining a loyal following.
Tags: Technology, Instagram, Buzzfeed, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Luxury, Zillow, Samir Mezrahi, Tiktok


Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san Already Offending People

The recently released PV for the Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san anime adaptation has already earned the ire of a certain contingent of individuals on Twitter as many have been taking offensive to the show’s mere existence. Similar to Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!, Twitter users have been accusing the series of being “overly sexualized” and “pornographic”, while calling fans […]
Tags: Politics, Comedy, Bullying, Internet, Feminism, Anime, Adaptations, Ijiranaide Nagatoro-san, Uzaki, Telecom Animation Film, Asobitai Twitter


News of the World Tops Vudu & FandangoNOW Streaming Lists

News of the World tops Vudu & FandangoNOW streaming lists Upon making its debut on the premium video-on-demand platforms this past week, the acclaimed Tom Hanks-led post-Civil War Western drama News of the World has taken the top spots on both Vudu and FandangoNOW, while other new titles Promising Young Woman, American Skin, Synchronic and Batman: Soul of the Dragon also netted top 10 spots! The Paul Greengrass-helmed Oscar hopeful dethroned DreamWorks Animation’s hit family sequel The Crood...
Tags: Movies, World, Tom Hanks, Paul Greengrass, Streaming, Dreamworks Animation, VUDU, ComingSoon, Movie News, FandangoNow, World Tops Vudu, Greenland Fatale


‘Halloween Kills’ Image: Michael Myers is Back in a Sequel About “Paranoia, Misinformation and Crowd Panic”

Michael Myers is stepping out in the latest Halloween Kills image. The iconic, immortal slasher, known to his friends and family as The Shape, returns in the upcoming sequel to 2018’s Halloween. Jamie Lee Curtis is back again as Laurie Strode, and the sequel will be picking up immediately after the previous film’s conclusion. This image underlines that, showing Michael emerging from the burning house Laurie and her daughter and granddaughter left him in right before the end credits rolled. ...
Tags: Images, Movies, Horror, Sequels, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael, Curtis, Laurie, Haddonfield, David Gordon Green, Blumhouse, Judy Greer, Michael Myers, Laurie Strode, Andi Matichak, Halloween Kills


Watch: Cute Animated Short 'Unbreakable' About Barbara the Bunny

This is just too adorable not to share, even if it is just a glorified commercial for a global biopharmaceutical company. Unbreakable is a cute 2-and-a-half-minute animated short film made by a boutique animation house in NYC called Roof Studio founded by Brazilians. It tells the story of a little bunny from a toy shop, named Barbara the Bunny, that starts to cough one day. She is sad that no one can help her as she wanders around town until she finds the right person to help repair her and ...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Short Film, Barbara, To Watch, Barbara the Bunny


New realtor.com partnerships will add more 3D tour options

The listing portal will now support 3D tours from imaging startups Asteroom and CloudPano, in addition to Matterport.
Tags: Facebook, Technology, Radio, Google Street View, Matterport, Industry News, Select, News Brief, Realtor.com, Pandemic, 3D Tour, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID, Coronavirus Pandemic, Asteroom



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