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A tourism ad for Scotland?

Flash and Blaze spend New Year at Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland. Get the haggis and porridge on, Alison. We’re all coming over! Sheltie Nation - Largest Community of Sheltie Lovers on the Net!
Tags: Crafts, Scotland, Alison, Sheltie Nation Largest Community of Sheltie Lovers, Travel Shelties, Eilean Donan Castle Scotland


The Ultimate Guide to the Best Restaurants in Brussels, Belgium

If you are looking for the best restaurants in Brussels, Belgium, look no farther. We’ve rounded up our top picks from 15 years of dining in Brussels to bring you those with staying power. Don’t read while hungry! The Brussels restaurant scene is always changing. New hot spots appear and disappear seemingly overnight, especially in hip neighbourhoods like St. Gilles and Ixelles. While we love taste testing what’s new and popular, for us, the best restaurants in Brussels are those with staying ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Facebook, Japan, London, Morocco, Paris, Italy, Belgium, Tokyo, Michelin, Brussels, Tripadvisor, Alison, Waterloo, Best Restaurants


Chrissy Metz Denies Calling Alison Brie A ‘B***h’ At Golden Globes

"I adore Alison and would never say a bad word about her, or anyone!" wrote Metz.
Tags: News, Golden Globes, Alison, Alison Brie, Chrissy Metz


Chrissy Metz Denies Calling Alison Brie A Bitch At Golden Globes

"I adore Alison and would never say a bad word about her, or anyone!" wrote Metz.
Tags: News, Golden Globes, Alison, Chrissy Metz


Alison Brie Breaks Out a Bedazzled Vera Wang Bra for the 2019 Golden Globes Red Carpet

When Alison Brie wears custom Vera Wang, she does it with a little edge. The actress stepped onto the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet wearing a princess-y tulle gown with big velvet bows, but she added a little punch with the help of a bedazzled bra she left clearly visible. Brie looks like she dove into the closets of a princess and a rock star and combined what she found into one look. Not an easy feat, Alison, take credit where credit is due. The GLOW actress and nominee for Best Actress in a T...
Tags: News, Alison, Jimmy Choo, Vera Wang, Alison Brie, Harry Winston


Comment on cosmopolitan by alison

IKEA’s Dryk Lingon is great in cosmos, and comes in handy little juice boxes that are the perfect size for one cocktail. Not that I ever (hic) stop at one…. My husband and I made so many recipes from your site and cookbooks in 2018 that it really is too many to list, but the most stellar, most memorable, and in our rotation almost weekly is (drumroll, please) STREET MEAT!!! Seriously. Our harissa intake has increased exponentially because of you. And your site and recipes are such constant in...
Tags: Food, Ikea, Alison, Deb, Dryk Lingon


Other Fiction Glaspell, Susan: Fidelity. v1. 02 Jan 2019

Fidelity BY Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) This book was first published in 1915. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less, and in the USA. Fidelity exposes the limitations of life in a midwestern town as experienced by Ruth Holland, a young woman who falls in love with a married man, elopes with him to Colorado, and returns after eleven years lo face the death of her father, the break-up of her family, and the contempt of the people she loves. * * ...
Tags: Books, Usa, Colorado, America, House, Kindle Books, Fidelity, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Glaspell, Ruth Holland


Other Fiction Glaspell, Susan: Norma Ashe. v1. 02 Jan 2019

Norma Ashe by Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) This book was first published in 1942. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less. Norma Ashe details the failure of idealism, the slow, steady process by which youthful ideas are destroyed by the tedium of daily life. It is the story of six students influenced by a college philosophy teacher. They had graduated on fire with the zeal to spread his vision throughout the world, but after twenty years they all ...
Tags: Books, America, House, Kindle Books, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Norma Ashe


A Romantic Vow Renewal at Beaulieu Garden with a Classic Color Palette

When we first laid eyes on this romantic vow renewal captured by 1486 Photography at Beaulieu Gardens, we were convinced it had to be a wedding! I mean, can you blame us? It’s absolutely stunning! This sweet couple decided to renew their vows on their anniversary in the very spot they exchanged “I do’s” 10 years prior - how special is that?! Everything from her sheer Watters gown to the thoughtful details coordinated by Alison Events… it’s all right here! Keep on scrolling…Continue reading on St...
Tags: Wedding, Alison, Romantic, The Blog, Watters, Real Weddings, Beaulieu Garden, Beaulieu Gardens


Other Fiction Glaspell, Susan: The Visioning. v1. 02 Jan 2019

The Visioning BY Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) This book was first published in 1911. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less, and in the USA. The education of Katie Wainwright Jones, daughter and sister of Army officers, who becomes interested in socialism, evolution, pacifism, and feminism, and whose subsequently altered view of life conflicts sharply with the values of the military society of which she has always been a part. * * * * Susan Kea...
Tags: Books, Usa, America, House, Kindle Books, Army, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Glaspell, Katie Wainwright Jones


Other Fiction Glaspell, Susan: The Morning Is Near Us. v1. 02 Jan 2019

The Morning Is Near Us BY Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) This book was first published in 1939. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less. Lydia Chippman was sent away by her parents at the age of fifteen, to live with a wealthy aunt—why, she does not know, but she knows she wasn’t wanted. She has been living a nomadic existence for nineteen years. Now, under the terms of her father’s will, she returns home with her adopted children (a three-year-old ...
Tags: Books, America, House, Kindle Books, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Glaspell, Lydia Chippman


Collected Works Glaspell, Susan: The Collected Plays. v1. 02 Jan 2019

The Collected Plays Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) The contents of this book were first published 1916 ~ 1930. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less. Susan Keating Glaspell (July 1, 1876 – July 28, 1948) was an American playwright, novelist, and journalist. She is known to have composed nine novels, fifteen plays, over fifty short stories, and one biography. Often set in her native Midwest, these semi-autobiographical tales typically explore conte...
Tags: Books, America, United States, House, Kindle Books, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Glaspell, Norman H Matson, Project Gutenberg OCR


Collected Works Glaspell, Susan: The Collected Short Stories. v1. 02 Jan 2019

The Collected Short Stories Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) The contents of this book were first published 1898 ~ 1940. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less. Presented here, fifty-one stories by Susan Glaspell. Her stories often relate deep concerns about political and ethical issues prevalent then and now, but also describe, often with wry and witty humor, the experiences of daily life. Her characters, dealing with aspirations and disappointments...
Tags: Books, America, United States, House, Kindle Books, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Glaspell, Internet Archive Project Gutenberg HathiTrust, International Susan Glaspell Society OCR


Other Fiction Glaspell, Susan: Fidelity. v1. 02 Jan 2019

Fidelity BY Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) This book was first published in 1915. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less, and in the USA. Fidelity exposes the limitations of life in a midwestern town as experienced by Ruth Holland, a young woman who falls in love with a married man, elopes with him to Colorado, and returns after eleven years lo face the death of her father, the break-up of her family, and the contempt of the people she loves. * * ...
Tags: Books, Usa, Colorado, America, House, ePub Books, Fidelity, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Glaspell, Ruth Holland


Other Fiction Glaspell, Susan: Norma Ashe. v1. 02 Jan 2019

Norma Ashe by Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) This book was first published in 1942. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less. Norma Ashe details the failure of idealism, the slow, steady process by which youthful ideas are destroyed by the tedium of daily life. It is the story of six students influenced by a college philosophy teacher. They had graduated on fire with the zeal to spread his vision throughout the world, but after twenty years they all ...
Tags: Books, America, House, ePub Books, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell, Glaspell, Norma Ashe


Other Fiction Glaspell, Susan: The Glory of the Conquered. v1. 02 Jan 2019

The Glory of the Conquered BY Susan Glaspell (1876–1948) This book was first published in 1909. Text is in the public domain in countries where the copyright term is “Life+70” or less, and in the USA. A talented young artist is determined to assist her scientist husband after he becomes blind. “The story of a great love,” with themes of tragedy, hope, loss, and renewal. * * * * Susan Keating Glaspell (July 1, 1876 – July 28, 1948) was an American playwright, novelist, journalist and actress...
Tags: Books, Usa, America, House, Kindle Books, Alison, Midwest, Susan Glaspell, Glaspell Susan, Susan Keating Glaspell


The Best and Worst of 2018

As my last post for 2018, here are some thoughts to wrap up the year of style, fashion, retail and beyond. These are very subjective musings, so feel free to agree, disagree, and add to my list. It’s all in good fun and there are no right or wrong answers. Or course, there’s an emphasis on the positive, because that’s how we roll on YLF.  Highlights of the Year: My favourite moments are with my favourite person – husband Greg. Our trip to Positano on the Amalfi Coast was as perfect as can be, in...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, US, South Africa, Italy, Netherlands, Michelle Obama, Salt Lake City, Jamie Oliver, Seattle, Alison, Amalfi Coast, Positano, Best Customer Service, Greg, Jim Kerr


Bones Behind the Wheel: A Haunted Guesthouse Mystery

Bones Behind the Wheel is the tenth in the Haunted Guesthouse series by E.J. Copperman, but it is also a terrific starting point, as it explains everything the reader needs to enjoy this paranormal cozy mystery. The reintroduction of the premise, key characters, and setting was much appreciated. Once you get into the double digits for a book series, that’s a must. The series is enjoyable because of its comedy — innkeeper/detective Alison is fond of the sarcastic aside in [...]
Tags: Comics, Mysteries, Alison, J Copperman


Comment on gramercy tavern’s gingerbread by Alison

I made this last week and oh my goodness … delicious! My mother and husband – both “pie people” who don’t get excited about cakes – loved it. I followed one reviewer’s suggestion to butter and sugar the pan (no flour) and it turned out beautifully.
Tags: Food, Alison


The 12 Best Dance Tracks of 2018

None For the third consecutive year, global music sales have flourished, online streaming has become the record industry's most profitable revenue source, and artists are still rarely compensated at an equitable rate exceeding the time and investment they have put into their craft. Nothing revelatory there, but maybe this news points to a possible shift in the pervasiveness of international music piracy. Maybe. On the other hand, festivals continue to draw ire each time someone tragically ove...
Tags: Google, Feature, Music, Hbo, UK, London, Youtube, America, Los Angeles, Dance, Azealia Banks, House, Vogue, Manchester, Sydney, Paul Mccartney


How Employers Can Demonstrate They Value Working Moms

By Samantha Lewis When you hear the words ‘working mom’ what is your first thought? Too busy? Too much going on? Distracted? Or maybe you think…hardcore, hard worker, dedicated, inspiring? Moms are incredibly good at managing many things. Moms have an innate ability to do many things while on the go and keep them all alive and well. Who wouldn’t want a mom on their team with that kind of skill set? Sure you may see a mom sneaking out to watch her kids perform in the school play or pick them up b...
Tags: Business, Management, Samantha, Alison, Right Now, Johnny, Shiatsu, Samantha Lewis, Follow Samantha Working, Frank Gaertner Shutterstock


How to Successfully Outsource Customer Service

By Alison Stanton As the owner of a rapidly growing business, you are both delighted with your company’s success and constantly thinking about how to handle the upturn in business. Lately, you have begun to consider outsourcing at least part of your customer service department — while you know there can be advantages to doing this, this is all new territory for you and you are unsure of how to go about it. The following tips can help you decide when the best time might be to outsource customer s...
Tags: Business, Sales & Marketing, Starbucks, Alison, Right Now, Alison Stanton, Phoenix Arizona Alison, Successfully Outsource Customer Service, Bill Gosling, Bojan Milinkov Shutterstock


Comment on fairytale of new york by alison

Reading this post has become one of my Christmas traditions. And I also have the Pogues and John Denver & the Muppets on my Xmas playlist. :)
Tags: Food, Alison, John Denver, Pogues


How to tour the Actun Tunichil Muknal ATM Cave in Belize

If you’re looking for adventure, culture, and nature this winter, consider a trip to the Cayo-District of Belize. Our guest contributor, Alison, takes us on a multi-generational, family-travel adventure inside the Actun Tunichil Muknal or ATM Cave, Belize. We put together an inter-generational, family trip for our winter break. The eleven of us ranged from 9 to 76 years of age; all relatively fit for their given age group, all seasoned travellers, and all excited to embark on a new adventure. ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, US, Customs, Guatemala, Caribbean, Alison, Belize, Flores, Orioles, Camden Yards, Cayo District, Kaieteur Falls, Baltimore Maryland, Peter Andersen, San Ignacio


Clint Eastwood: Why Alison Eastwood Came Out of Acting Retirement for Her Dad

Clint Eastwood’s daughter Alison Eastwood was done with acting after appearing in 2014’s “Finding Harmony.” Or so she thought. It was a Friday night and she and her husband were heading to dinner when her father’s producer Sam Moore called. “He [says], ‘You know, your dad wants you to do this film,” Alison recalls. “I […]
Tags: News, Clint Eastwood, The Mule, Alison, Sam Moore, Alison Eastwood


Alison Wenham Steps Down As CEO of WIN, A2IM CEO Burgess Offers Praise

Alison Wenham is stepping down as the CEO of The Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) after 12 years with the global independent music industry trade group. Prior to joining WIN full time in 2016, Wenham was the CEO of the UK's Association of Independent Music (AIM), the organisation she started in 1999. WIN was also set up under her leadership, initially as an informal global network in 2006 in response to global threats and opportunities. The annual WINTEL Report, now in its third year, ...
Tags: Music, Aim, Indie, Musicians, Win, Alison, Music Business, Indie Labels, Bruce Houghton, Martin Mills, Burgess, Richard James Burgess, Wenham, Alison Wenham, Worldwide Independent Network WIN, Independent Label


Alison Wenham Steps Down As CEO of WIN

Alison Wenham is stepping down as the CEO of The Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) after 12 years with the global independent music industry trade group. Prior to joining WIN full time in 2016, Wenham was the CEO of the UK's Association of Independent Music (AIM), the organisation she started in 1999. WIN was also set up under her leadership, initially as an informal global network in 2006 in response to global threats and opportunities. The annual WINTEL Report, now in its third year, ...
Tags: Music, Aim, Indie, Musicians, Win, Alison, Music Business, Indie Labels, Bruce Houghton, Martin Mills, Wenham, Alison Wenham, Worldwide Independent Network WIN, Independent Label, UK s Association of Independent Music AIM


Surrounded By Gifts of Creativity

Over the years I’ve been given gifts of creativity by so many impressive people in my life. Truly. I get a bit overwhelmed with gratitude for the gifts people share with me. And over the last few years, not feeling whole at times, these gifts have carried me through some darker times when I wasn’t my best creative self and needed time to pause. But because of others’ love for me, they have freely given me beautiful gifts of creativity. How amazing it is to be a creator and to then have people cr...
Tags: Crafts, Jordan, Times, Alison, Brene Brown, Randi Zuckerberg, La Fawnduh


Screen Actors Guild nominations: Alison Brie, Jason Bateman and more react

The 2019 Screen Actors Guild award nominations were announced today and here are reactions from the nominess of films and television productions,. The 25th annual ceremony will be simulcast live on TNY and TBS 5 p.m. Jan. 27. Alison Brie, Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, “GLOW” “What an incredible honor to be nominated again this year by my fellow actors. The joy of ‘GLOW’ is being able to work with such a talented ensemble; lifting each other up in and out of the ri...
Tags: TV, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Emma Stone, Tbs, Rachel Weisz, Jason Bateman, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Jonah Hill, Alison, Robin Wright, Laura, Julia, Sag, AFTRA


Jeanine Tesori—Holding Center Stage

Video presentations and photography by Molly Sheridan Transcription by Julia Lu Having the opportunity to spend an hour talking with Jeanine Tesori is very hard to do these days. Having just finished working with Tazewell Thompson on Blue, an extremely timely opera about the aftermath of an African-American teenager being killed by the police which premieres next summer at Glimmerglass, she’s been on-call all week for Steven Spielberg’s new screen adaptation of Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Stor...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Obama, China, New York City, Religion, Angels, Disney, America, Los Angeles, David, Pennsylvania, United States, Arkansas, Stephen Sondheim