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Ted Lasso Season 3 Has Officially Started Production, Per Warner Bros. And Coach Beard

Omicron is on the rise, political divides run rampant through all the developed countries of the world, and mankind is constantly at each others' throats. What I'm saying is we need Ted Lasso now more than ever and thanks to a little heads up from Coach Beard himself, we know that production on "Ted Lasso" season 3 is officially underway.Brendan Hunt shared an image on Instagram about a week ago showing himself and Jason Sudeikis boarding a small plane with the simple phrase "here we go." Now Wa...
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Instagram music not working? 7 ways to troubleshoot

You may need to try a few troubleshooting methods to get your Instagram music sticker working.Silas Stein/picture alliance via Getty Images If Instagram's music library is not working with your Story, It's not out of the ordinary, and it can be a quick fix. If the music sticker doesn't work for you, make sure your app is up to date, or try logging out and back in. Some users also have success switching from their Professional to Personal account to reactivate music in Instagram. V...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Troubleshooting, Don, Dave Johnson, Tech Insider, Instagram Music, Instagram Stories, Silas Stein, Tech Reference, Tech How To, Social Media (Reference, Dave Johnson Switch


Beautifully bleak scenes of a Japanese village in a snow storm

Before leaving Tokyo for a little while at the end of last year, the snow we were looking forward to seeing wasn’t exactly thick on the ground. By the time we got to our destination, however, it was a different story altogether, and on this particular day, fallen trees blocked the expressway, visibility was often minimal, and shooting was a challenge to say the very least. It was though a thoroughly enjoyable challenge, and when the scenery is as beautifully bleak as this, putting up with a bit ...
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The Heartfelt Movie Bob Saget Made For His Late Sister

The late, great Bob Saget was a man who wore many hats and wore them well: rude and raucous R-rated comedian, beloved and chaste TV sitcom dad, hilarious host of "America's Funniest Home Videos" — the list goes on. But one of his more selfless turns in the entertainment industry has gone largely unnoticed over the years, and hell, what better time than now to highlight it, right? Years back, Saget directed the film "For Hope," which was based on and dedicated to his late sister, Gay.The 1996 mad...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, America, Bob, Bob Saget, Andrea, SRF, Dana Delany, Saget, Scleroderma Research Foundation, NIH Medline Plus Magazine, Ellen DeGeneres Rosie O Donnell, Scleroderma Research Foundation Board, Sharon Monsky


Bob Saget's daughter shares sweet message dad sent her before death

The actor’s 34-year-old daughter, Aubrey Saget, posted a screenshot of the message on her Instagram story late Sunday — just hours after news of his death emerged. #bobsaget #aubreysaget #messagedad
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"The brandy snifter portrait is as American as hip-hop, acid-washed jeans and plastic-covered sofas."

"A photo in that style could conjure the same feelings that oversize shoulder pads or a Jheri curl would: cringe. In 2001, the motif was spoofed by 'Saturday Night Live' in a skit that featured Alec Baldwin and Jimmy Fallon, called 'Put It in a Brandy Snifter.' But in the 1980s and 1990s, the brandy snifter photo was an innovative, attainable luxury, and it became ubiquitous in some communities. Its cultural significance is closely tied to the ambitions of the American working class. Mr. Adams’s...
Tags: Photography, Jimmy Fallon, Law, New York City, Drinking, Snl, Alec Baldwin, Adams, Ann Althouse, Race And Pop Culture, Sandra E Garcia


Gorgeous ISS capture shows Caribbean and curvature of Earth

NASA astronaut Thomas Marshburn has shared a breathtaking image taken from the space station showing the curvature of Earth as well as part of the Caribbean.
Tags: Photography, Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, International Space Station, Iss, Caribbean, Thomas Marshburn


The struggling shopkeepers of Afghanistan – in pictures

Nearly four months after the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, the country is at risk of near-universal poverty. The economic crisis has worsened since the Taliban took over and most Afghans live on less than $2 a day. We take a look at the shopkeepers trying to make ends meet Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, US, World news, Afghanistan, Taliban


Where Our Everyday Meets His Glory

A few weeks ago (Thanksgiving week, to be exact), I wrote a few thoughts on Instagram before heading to bed. I hit publish, sending it to Facebook too, plugged my phone in, and picked up my nightly crossword book. The next morning, I woke to those thoughts being shared thousands and thousands of times, messages pouring in, and comments flying into the threads. In my fourteen years of online writing, I’ve never had a post take off like that. Here’s what I said in that post: Can we normalize thing...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Inspiration, Jesus, Team, Real Life, Encouragement, Everyday Faith, Grace P Cho, Ordinary Life


Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi: ‘Global recognition is double-edged’

He has been detained at airports and told never to return to Iran. But the director, who could be about to win his third Oscar, refuses to be silenced about outrages in his own country – and in the westWithdrawing your film from the Oscars would be career suicide for most directors, but in November Asghar Farhadi appeared to do precisely that. Shortly after Iran’s state-controlled film board put his movie, A Hero, up for the best international feature Oscar, Farhadi released a statement on Insta...
Tags: Instagram, Film, World news, Iran, Culture, Middle East and North Africa, Oscar, Oscars, Jafar Panahi, Cannes, Asghar Farhadi, Farhadi, Mohammad Rasoulof, Oscar Farhadi


‘The extremist media has tried to destroy me’: Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi

He has been detained at airports and told never to return to Iran. But the director refuses to be silenced about outrages in his own country – and in the west. Could this cost him another Oscar at this year’s awards?Withdrawing your film from the Oscars would be career suicide for most directors, but in November Asghar Farhadi appeared to do precisely that. Shortly after Iran’s state-controlled film board put his movie, A Hero, up for the best international feature Oscar, Farhadi released a stat...
Tags: Instagram, Film, World news, Iran, Culture, Middle East and North Africa, Oscar, Oscars, Jafar Panahi, Cannes, Asghar Farhadi, Farhadi, Mohammad Rasoulof, Oscar Farhadi



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