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Thoughts on Leadership: Fleet Week

Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to check out San Francisco Fleet Week (SFFW), which includes an air show, a parade of ships and even a K9 rescue demonstration. It’s the largest Fleet Week celebration in the country and honors the contributions of the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. SFFW also encourages cooperation and knowledge among civilian- and military-based Humanitarian Assistance Personnel. Each year since it first began in 1981, SFFW takes place between the Golden...
Tags: Productivity, Leadership, News, Navy, America, San Francisco, Teamwork, Radio, Culture, Marine Corps, Golden Gate Bridge, United, Latest News, Industry News, Success Tips, Alcatraz


Rocket Pro TPO Announces Several New Tech Initiatives

Rocket Pro TPO, the division of Rocket Mortgage working exclusively with independent mortgage brokers, recently announced several innovations to help brokers grow, strengthen and protect their businesses. “We believe true leaders help brokers succeed. They view the world with a limitless mindset. The mortgage market is huge, the pie is nearly infinite and it’s our responsibility to help the brokers who work with us get a bigger piece of it,” said Austin Niemiec, Rocket Pro TPO executive vice pre...
Tags: Technology, News, Marketing, San Francisco, Radio, National, Lending, Agents, Operations, Latest News, Industry News, Financials, Quicken Loans, Niemiec, Real Estate Marketing, Lead Conversion


Sean Penn's 15 Best Film Roles Ranked

Sean Penn is one of the best actors and most engaging celebrities to grace Hollywood over the past several decades. The two-time Academy Award winner frequently earns critical acclaim for his performances, and has worked with many of the best filmmakers of his generation. He's been an icon since the early '80s, and continues to choose exciting upcoming projects. In 2021, Penn will be seen in Paul Thomas Anderson's latest ensemble feature, "Licorice Pizza."Penn is extremely versatile, and turns i...
Tags: Jessica Chastain, Hollywood, Texas, London, Movies, California, Boston, US, San Francisco, Dave, Roger Ebert, Clint Eastwood, United Nations, Shanghai, Paul Thomas Anderson, Cia


Tim Hur Named AREAA 2022 National President

The Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) has installed its next president. Tim Hur, 37, who is the managing broker and president of Point Honors and Associates, REALTORS®, a boutique real estate firm located in Metro Atlanta, becomes the second youngest leader of the national group. He was recognized last week at AREAA’s National Convention. AREAA, which was founded in 2003, has more than 17,000 members and is the largest AAPI trade organization in the nation. Hur’s rise to lead AREA...
Tags: Real Estate, Leadership, News, San Francisco, Atlanta, Radio, National, Latest News, Industry News, NAR, U S Census, National Association of Realtors, AAPI, Real Estate News, Metro Atlanta, ABR


The Eternals: Things Only Comic Book Fans Will Know About Kingo

When Pakistani-American actor and comedian Kumail Nanjiani appears as Kingo Sunen in director Chloé Zhao's "Eternals," not only will it offer an interesting inversion on the traditional superhero formula, since Kingo is a global celebrity in his civilian identity who seeks to keep his superheroic deeds hidden from the world, but it will also present an intriguing blend of comics-faithful traits and cinematic riffs on the character.In both the comics and the film, Kingo is a big-screen star who h...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Japan, Movies, California, White House, Neil Gaiman, Disney, Dc Comics, America, San Francisco, Earth, Iron Man, Manhattan, Arthur C Clarke, Thor


Nash Bridges: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Who says Hollywood is running out of ideas? "Nash Bridges" started out as an unassuming police procedural series on CBS during the late '90s and early 2000s. It enjoyed solid enough ratings throughout its run and even managed to snag a quick reference on an episode of "The Sopranos." The show was ultimately cancelled due to a com...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, San Francisco, Ford, Cbs, Grateful Dead, Carlton Cuse, Usa Network, Lucia, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Evan, Nash, Inger, Bubba, Dominguez


Trailer for 'Women is Losers' Film Inspired by the Janis Joplin Song

"You want to buy a house… so you can never be kicked out." Look At The Moon Pictures has revealed an official trailer for indie drama Women is Losers, marking the feature directorial debut of San Francisco filmmaker Lissette Feliciano. This originally premiered at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, and it also played at the Cinequest, Oxford, Cleveland, and Maryland Film Festivals. In 1960s San Francisco, a once-promising catholic school girl, Celina Guerrera, sets out to rise ab...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, San Francisco, Janis Joplin, Sxsw, Indies, Celina, Lorenza Izzo, To Watch, Simu Liu, Lissette Feliciano, Celina Guerrera, Lincoln Bonilla, Janis Joplin Song, Cinequest Oxford Cleveland


Women Is Losers Trailer: Simu Liu Stars In The SXSW Hit Coming To HBO Max

Marvel's latest super friend is certainly switching it up for "Women Is Losers," the newest film from actress, producer, and director Lissette Feliciano. This equally depressing and uplifting movie has Simu Liu (who you definitely know from "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" and "Kim's Convenience") acting alongside Lorenza Izzo ("Once Upon A Time In Hollywood"), Bryan Craig ("General Hospital") and Chrissie Fit ("Pitch Perfect 2") in a film that's based off of Feliciano and her mother'...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, America, San Francisco, Trailers, Kim, Janis Joplin, Sxsw, Gilbert, Liu, Izzo, Feliciano, Latina, Lorenza Izzo, Shang Chi


The Multiple Endings Of Blade Runner Explained

Based on Philip K. Dick's beloved sci-fi novella "Do Android's Dream of Electric Sheep?", Ridley Scott's landmark 1982 science fiction film "Blade Runner" has become a cultural touchstone since bombing at the box office when it was first released nearly four decades ago. Thanks to home video and alternate versions released in 1992 and 2007, the movie has had a far greater longevity than some of its contemporaries, and is now considered in the same realm as "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Star Wars"...
Tags: Movies, La, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Brazil, Stanley Kubrick, Roy, Terry Gilliam, Warner Bros, Harrison Ford, Ridley Scott, Philip K Dick, James Cameron, David Lynch, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Scott


14 Shows To Watch If You Loved Midnight Mass

"Midnight Mass," Mike Flanagan's drama about a small fishing community disrupted by the return of a charismatic priest and a discredited former resident, has aired on Netflix to critical acclaim. It's a series with complex themes: theism, faith, and the intricacies of belief, as well as forgiveness and redemption.If you like your TV with bite, the Adrien Brody-starring "Salem's" Lot prequel "Chapelwaite" and the upcoming adaptation of Anne Rice's "Interview with the Vampire" may satisfy your cra...
Tags: Usa, England, London, Television, Movies, Abc, Stephen King, America, San Francisco, Indiana, Bbc, Fbi, Netflix, Arctic, Elvis Presley, Salem


Colin In Black And White Trailer: Ava DuVernay And Netflix Tell The Story Of Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick took a stand by kneeling, and now he wants to tell you his story in "Colin in Black and White," a new limited series coming to Netflix later this month. In 2016, Kaepernick — then a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers — famously took a knee during the national anthem as a show of protest against police brutality and racial injustice. The 45th U.S. president, whose reality-show catchphrase was, "You're fired," suggested that Kaepernick and other athletes like him should be fi...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Montana, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco, Netflix, Trailers, Nick Offerman, Bronx, Disneyland, Ava Duvernay, White, Black, Colin


'The Green Knight' is available to stream at home - here's where to rent the critically acclaimed fantasy movie

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Dev Patel in "The Green Knight." A24 "The Green Knight" is available to stream at home through video-on-demand retailers. You can rent ($6) or buy ($20) the movie via services like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, and Apple TV. The movie debuted at home during an early-access stream through the A24 Screening Room on August 18. Green Knight" (small) "The Green Knight" is now available to buy or rent through vi...
Tags: Reviews, Florida, TV, Movies, Microsoft, Entertainment, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Netflix, Showtime, Streaming, Hulu, A24, Dev Patel, Silver Lake


Venom: Let There Be Carnage Has A Surprising Crossover With The Matrix Resurrections

Is "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" merely part of the fabricated reality of the Matrix? Some helicopters in the film are, at least.Both "Venom" and the upcoming "The Matrix Resurrections" were shot in San Francisco at the same time, and it seems that some of the shooting from the fourth "Matrix" movie also made its way into "Let There Be Carnage."The overlap happened at the end of "Venom," when Eddie Brock and Venom (both played by Tom Hardy) are at the top of San Francisco's famous Coit Tower. Th...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, San Francisco, Tom Hardy, Jada Pinkett Smith, Brock, Matrix, Carrie Anne Moss, Eddie Brock, Christopher Kusiak, Kusiak


Second Home Transaction Volume Decreased from Pandemic Peak but Still Higher than Pre-pandemic Levels

– Pacaso’s Second Home Market Report finds 49 of the 50 top destinations saw double-digit price growth in summer months – National second home rate locks soared during the pandemic, more than doubling their level from a year earlier (peaking at 103.7% YoY growth as of fall 2020), but fell 26.6% YoY this summer. – Second home mortgage rate locks continue to account for a higher share of the total market than they did before the pandemic. – Kauai County, Hawaii saw the greatest appreciati...
Tags: Real Estate, News, San Francisco, Radio, Zillow, Colorado Rockies, Austin Allison, Kauai, Picasso, BOISE Idaho, Kauai Hawaii, Wasatch county, Breckenridge, Real Estate News, Eagle County, Nevada County California


New to Netflix - THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO

Two men squat in a building they believe they share a personal connection with. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, San Francisco, Netflix, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, By Benjamin Poole


11 Movies Like John Wick That Will Get Your Adrenaline Pumping

"John Wick" surpassed expectations and became a bona fide modern action classic. After the conclusion of "The Matrix" franchise, Keanu Reeves had been in a slump; his next set of potential blockbusters "Constantine," "The Day the Earth Stood Still," and "47 Ronin" all underperformed at the box office. But not "John Wick." Director Chad Stahelski and David Leitch revitalized Reeves as an action star; Wick's signature quip "I'm thinking I'm back" was a self-aware nod to Reeves' own resurgence.Reev...
Tags: Movies, La, Russia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Clint Eastwood, James Bond, Miami, Steven Soderbergh, Harry, Luc Besson, Colin Farrell, Arnold Schwarzenegger, DEA, Cia, Jamie Foxx


The 15 Best '70s Horror Movies Ranked

The '70s was a decade marked by social and political upheaval, including the Nixon and the Watergate scandal, the Vietnam War and the antiwar movement, the fight for women's liberation and civil rights, and a conservative backlash to the freewheeling counterculture that began in the '60s. With so much happening on the cultural front, it's no wonder that the '70s was a peak era for cinema, and an incredible decade for horror movies. The '70s saw a slew of maverick directors forging what are still...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Superman, Christopher Lee, San Francisco, House, Donald Sutherland, The Guardian, Stanley Kubrick, Philip Kaufman, John, Lars von Trier, Venice, Vietnam, Jack


Venom: Let There Be Carnage Ending Explained: It's A Nice Day For A Red Wedding

"Venom: Let There Be Carnage" is out now, and it's already looking like a big hit. If want to know where the "Venom" franchise and this delightfully goofy bromance between man and space goop might be headed, we're going to take a deep dive into the ending and what it all means. Let's talk all about the climax of this sometimes-gonzo movie. And if you're looking for a detailed explainer about that wild credits scene, we've also got you covered. In case it's not clear, there will be major spoilers...
Tags: Movies, News, San Francisco, Fbi, Woody Harrelson, Eddie, Naomie Harris, Brock, Anne, Frances, Mulligan, Venom, Cletus, Eddie Brock, Patrick Mulligan, Cletus Kasady


Twitter applauds as Berlin votes to wrestle apartments from landlords

"All those in favor of expropriating every house that Zillow owns, say aye," tweeted one American as Berlin's vote to seize 240,000 apartments rippled across the globe.
Tags: Twitter, Technology, Germany, Berlin, New York City, San Francisco, Regulations, Radio, Apartments, Agent, Zillow, Affordability, Brokerage, News Brief, High Rent, Ibuyers


Radio coverage of the NFL is returning to talkSPORT

The NFL is returning to talkSPORT including both London games and all the live action from the US. The live Primetime Sunday Night Football will be broadcast every week at 1am on talkSPORT 2, which kicked off with the Green Bay Packers versu the San Francisco 49ers last night, with both London games live on talkSPORT 2 on Sunday 10 and Sunday 17 October at 2pm. The talkSPORT NFL Show will be broadcast every Sunday evening at 5pm with Nat Coombs, Will Gavin and special guests each week – cover...
Tags: UK, London, La, US, NFL, San Francisco, Radio, Britain, Green Bay Packers, Talksport, Phoebe, Nat Coombs, Station News, Lee Clayton, Phoebe Schecter, NFL Show


Antlers Finally Sets World Premiere For Closing Night Of Beyond Fest

Scott Cooper's "Antlers" finally has a release date. The film stars Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons and is co-produced by Guillermo del Toro, who knows a thing or two about monster movies, not to mention projects that seeing the light of day.Horror fans have been waiting for "Antlers" since at least 2019 when its first official teaser, first official trailer, and final trailer (see below) debuted. It wrapped principal photography back in 2018 and was originally scheduled to premiere in April 20...
Tags: Movies, News, Oregon, Ben Affleck, Stephen King, San Francisco, Austin, Guillermo Del Toro, Antlers, Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons, Scott Cooper, Nick Antosca, Amy Madigan, Antosca, Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas


Zodiac Ending Explained: Unlocking The Mystery Of David Fincher's Film

"Zodiac" is one of the best movies of the last 20 years, and I mean that in all sincerity – no hyperbole here. David Fincher's blend of journalistic investigation and serial killer thriller is a sprawling, multi-part saga that by its very design cannot have a true conclusive ending. Why? Because the Zodiac Killer was never caught. But "Zodiac" thinks it has a pretty good idea of who the killer was, and it's not afraid to putt that theory forth and let the audience make up their own mind. So let'...
Tags: Movies, California, San Francisco, Avery, Jack, David Fincher, Zodiac, Gyllenhaal, Allen, San Francisco Chronicle, Fincher, Salinas California, John Carroll Lynch, Zodiac Killer, San Francisco Examiner, Blue Rock Springs


Listen to Exclusive Tracks From Jon Ehrlich and Jason Derlatka’s Goliath Series Score

Goliath, starring Billy Bob Thornton, William Hurt, Dennis Quaid, and J.K. Simmons, has its fourth, and final, season premiere slated for this Friday, September 24. As such, we are premiering two exclusive tracks from Jon Ehrlich and Jason Derlatka’s series score, which Lakeshore Records will release on the same day as the series premiere. RELATED: Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Expands Upon the Anime, But Doesn’t Violate Canon Both tracks perfectly embody the score evolution of Goliath throughout the s...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Drama, America, San Francisco, Fox, Netflix, Soundtrack, Showtime, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Hugh Laurie, Billy, Lakeshore Records


Listen to Exclusive Tracks From Jon Ehrlich and Jason Derlatka’s Goliath Season 4 Score

Goliath, starring Billy Bob Thornton, William Hurt, Dennis Quaid, and J.K. Simmons, has its fourth, and final, season premiere slated for this Friday, September 24. As such, we are premiering two exclusive tracks from Jon Ehrlich and Jason Derlatka’s score, which Lakeshore Records will release on the same day as the series premiere. RELATED: Netflix’s Cowboy Bebop Expands Upon the Anime, But Doesn’t Violate Canon Both tracks perfectly embody the score evolution of Goliath throughout the seasons....
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Drama, America, San Francisco, Fox, Netflix, Soundtrack, Showtime, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Hugh Laurie, Billy, Lakeshore Records


Melvin Van Peebles dies at 89; director was considered the godfather of Black cinema

By Jake Coyle | Associated Press NEW YORK — Melvin Van Peebles, the groundbreaking playwright, musician and movie director whose work ushered in the “Blaxploitation” wave of the 1970s and influenced filmmakers long after, has died. He was 89. His family said in a statement that Van Peebles, father of the actor-director Mario Van Peebles, died Tuesday evening at his home in Manhattan. Van Peebles, seen here circa 1971, was best known for “Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song!” one of the most infl...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, Mexico, America, San Francisco, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, Obituaries, New York Times, Paris, Broadway, Manhattan


Superhero Bits: A DeepFake Fueled A Spider-Man Rumor, What If...? Promises Easter Egg Heaven & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits: Learn how a DeepFake video fueled a "Spider-Man: No Way Home" rumorWatch a clip from the next episode of "Marvel's What If...?" with ThorFind out when Ms. Marvel is rumored ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Television, Movies, News, Australia, Disney, NFL, San Francisco, Sony, Woody Harrelson, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Chris Hemsworth, Thor, Sony Pictures, Andrew Garfield


Orson Welles' Directed Films Ranked Worst To Best

Surveying Welles' filmography as a whole, some trends emerge. It's easy to see that Welles was a fan of Shakespeare, particularly the Bard's characters who author their own undoing. Whenever Welles portrays relationships, his characters evince betrayal, hypocrisy, and deception. He returns to the turn of the 19th into the 20th century repeatedly, an unexpectedly early era for a man born in 1915.He was also remarkably prolific. Even after winnowing his filmography down to the projects he directed...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Hollywood, Movies, California, Orson Welles, America, San Francisco, Ireland, Shanghai, Norman Foster, Pablo Picasso, Venice, Rupert Murdoch, Shakespeare, Othello


Pomona edges into Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ novel

Quentin Tarantino’s movies tend to go on longer than is strictly necessary. The same holds true for his bestselling novelization of his own screenplay for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” which runs 400 pages. But the extra space does allow for digressions that weren’t part of his digression-filled 2-hour, 41-minute movie (which I liked, let me hasten to say). And in one scenic byway, brought to my attention by reader Allen Callaci, a Texas cowboy picks up a young hitchhiker and starts a convers...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, California, La, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Ford, Conan, Dave Grohl, Quentin Tarantino, Local News, Arcadia


Colin In Black & White Teaser: Colin Kaepernick Shares The Untold Story Of His Youth

During the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, Netflix unveiled our first real look at the upcoming limited series, "Colin In Black & White." From acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay and activist Colin Kaepernick comes a six-episode drama series digging into the former football star's coming-of-age.You can watch the Emmy spot for "Colin In Black & White" below! Colin In Black & White Teaser At the top of the new teaser for "Colin In Black & White," Kaepernick promises to take the audience on a powerful j...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, California, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco, Netflix, Trailers, Nick Offerman, Ava Duvernay, Black, Michael, Colin, Rick, Kaepernick


Colin In Black & White: Release Date, Cast, And More

​​(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft, Colin Kaepernick was predicted to be a game changer for the struggling team. After taking over as head quarterback, Kaepernick led the team in 2012 to their first Super Bowl appearance in almost two decades. Everything changed in 2016, however, when ...
Tags: Television, Movies, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco, Selma, Donald Trump, Ava Duvernay, Colin, Rick, Kaepernick, DuVernay, Turlock California, Michael Starrbury, Jaden Michael, Paul Garnes



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