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How to draw yourself as a Peanuts character

Anthony from Today at Apple shows you how to draw yourself in the style of a Peanuts character. He's using an iPad and an Apple Pencil, but I bet you could also use a pencil and a sheet of paper to achieve similarly good results. — Read the rest
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The BBC "Reality Check" team examines whether U.S. money funded "gain-of-function" research in China.

That is, who's right, Rand Paul or Anthony Fauci?There's no decisive answer at the link, but room to argue that either or both are right. I can't do an excerpt, because I can't figure out what to leave out, so read the whole thing. Personally, I don't side with either man or care about designating one and not the other as a liar. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Law, China, Lying, Rand Paul, Anthony Fauci, Anthony, Ann Althouse, BBC Reality Check, Coronavirus


‘F9’ Writer Daniel Casey Adapting ‘Battle of the Planets’ for the Big Screen

After the Fast & Furious movies boldly went where no other car franchise has gone before (okay, almost no other car franchise), Fast 9 writer Daniel Casey is taking the leap from a brief rocket car-fueled trip to space to…well, a lot more space. Deadline has the news that Casey, who received both screenwriting and story by credit for Fast 9, will be writing the script for the movie adaptation of the Japanese anime Battle of the Planets (which is also known as Science Team Ninja Gatchaman in ...
Tags: Japan, Movies, News, Earth, G Force, Anthony, Joe, Dan, Casey, Russo, Joe Russo, Anthony Russo, Daniel Casey


Marriott’s new CEO sat down with TPG to talk Bonvoy benefits, hot breakfast and more

Long before he was interested in hotels, Anthony “Tony” Capuano wanted to be a fighter pilot.
Tags: Travel, Marriott, Anthony, Capuano, TPG


Bridgerton Season 2 Production Pauses Due to COVID-19 Issues

Filming for Bridgerton’s second season has been underway, but things have recently come to a halt according to a recent report from Deadline.   RELATED: Rupert Evans Cast as Bridgerton Patriarch in Netflix’s Bridgerton Season 2 The second season for the highly praised show has had to stop shooting twice this week, after two positive COVID-19 tests hit the drama set. Deadline reports that Netflix has paused production for an indefinite period of time as the producers involved try and find a way ...
Tags: England, TV, London, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Anthony, Julia Quinn, Bridgerton, Jonathan Bailey, Simone Ashley, Kate Sharma, Bridgerton Season, Shelley Conn Liar, Edwina Sharma Calam Lynch Benediction


An AI Bourdain Speaks From the Grave

I have been trying not to read too much about Morgan Neville’s documentary Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain before I have had a chance to watch it, but the few things I have read about it have given me some pause. From Helen Rosner’s piece about the film drawn from an interview with Neville: There is a moment at the end of the film’s second act when the artist David Choe, a friend of Bourdain’s, is reading aloud an e-mail Bourdain had sent him: “Dude, this is a crazy thing to ask, but ...
Tags: David Choe, Anthony, Anthony Bourdain, Jason Kottke, Tony, Neville, Errol Morris, Bourdain, Choe, Sam Gregory, Ottavia Bourdain, Morgan Neville, Justin Hendrix, Helen Rosner, Helen Rosner Justin Hendrix Morgan Neville


Interview: Morgan Neville Talks Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain releases on Friday, July 16 in theaters. The documentary by Morgan Neville is set to later premiere on television on CNN and then release on HBO Max. The film explores Bourdain’s life and the travel host’s shocking suicide. RELATED: Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain Trailer Spotlights the Beloved Chef ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese spoke with Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain director Morgan Neville about his emotional documentar...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Cnn, Buenos Aires, Anthony, Anthony Bourdain, Tony, Sunset Boulevard, Bourdain, William Holden, Morgan Neville, Movie Features, Tyler Treese, Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain


Lewis Hamilton: ‘Everything I’d suppressed came up – I had to speak out’

He’s the most successful driver Formula One has ever seen, and its only Black star. Now Lewis Hamilton has a new mission: to change the sport that made him.As Lewis Hamilton rose through the ranks of competitive go-karting, his father, Anthony, told him: “Always do your talking on the track.” Lewis had a lot to talk about. Bullying and racial taunts were a consistent feature of his childhood in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, a new town 30 miles north of London; his dad taught him the best response wa...
Tags: London, Race, Sport, World news, Formula One, Lewis Hamilton, Motor sport, Anthony, Black Lives Matter Movement, Lewis, Stevenage Hertfordshire, Carmen Larbalestier


Long Beach controls the Queen Mary, but it may have to deal with a derelict submarine too

A federal bankruptcy court judge officially returned control of the Queen Mary to Long Beach on Wednesday, July 7, and allowed the vessel’s now-former leaseholder to abandon any property left on site, potentially saddling the city with a flooded Russian submarine owned by an unknown party. The city had asked the judge to prevent Urban Commons Queensway LLC, the company that held the lease to the Queen Mary, from abandoning the submarine through bankruptcy. But the company denied owning the derel...
Tags: News, Sport, NewCo, Soccer, Sydney, Long Beach, Local News, Scorpion, Anthony, Palm Springs, Mary, Queen Mary, South Bay, Port of Long Beach, Richard Anthony, Russian Pacific Fleet


Long Beach now controls the Queen Mary, but it may have to deal with a derelict submarine too

A federal bankruptcy court judge officially returned control of the Queen Mary to Long Beach on Wednesday, July 7, and allowed the vessel’s now-former leaseholder to abandon any property left on site, potentially saddling the city with a flooded Russian submarine owned by an unknown party. The city had asked the judge to prevent Urban Commons Queensway LLC, the company that held the lease to the Queen Mary, from abandoning the submarine through bankruptcy. But the company denied owning the derel...
Tags: News, Sport, NewCo, Soccer, Sydney, Long Beach, Local News, Scorpion, Anthony, Palm Springs, Mary, Queen Mary, South Bay, Port of Long Beach, Richard Anthony, Russian Pacific Fleet


Angels place Anthony Rendon (hamstring) on injured list

ANAHEIM ― Anthony Rendon has already missed 21 games this season due to various injuries. What’s another six? On Tuesday, the Angels placed Rendon on the injured list with a strained left hamstring retroactive to Monday. The third baseman isn’t eligible to return until the Angels’ July 16 home game against the Seattle Mariners, effectively giving him two series and the entire All-Star break to recuperate. “Anthony by the end of the week might have been able to play,” Manager Joe Maddon said. “I’...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Stassi, Los Angeles Angels, Anthony, Seattle Mariners, Anaheim, Justin Upton, All Star, Rendon, Suzuki, Joe Maddon, Scott Schebler


Durable Alex Cobb helps Angels beat Orioles

ANAHEIM ― The Baltimore Orioles took the bat out of Shohei Ohtani’s hands Saturday. The rest of the Angels made them pay. Alex Cobb made the longest start by an Angels pitcher this season, and the Angels took advantage of eight walks ― three by Ohtani ― en route to a 4-1 win over the Orioles before an announced crowd of 28,160 at Angel Stadium. Cobb allowed four hits, walked one batter, and struck out six in 7 ⅔ innings. He became the Angels’ first starter to throw a pitch in the eighth inning o...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Baltimore, Los Angeles Angels, Anthony, Baltimore Orioles, Tampa Bay Rays, Walsh, Anaheim, Justin Upton, All Star, Dodgers, Orioles


Photos show Capitol breach figure at border with GOP lawmakers

By Andrew Kaczynski, Em Steck and Drew Myers | CNN A conservative YouTuber who participated in the January 6 riot accompanied Republican members of Congress on a trip to the border Tuesday night, serving as a translator at times. Anthony Aguero, a close ally of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene can be seen in videos and photos with Republican members of Congress who traveled to a route along the border frequented by migrants on Tuesday night. CNN’s KFile previously reported that Aguero went into the C...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, News, Republicans, Congress, US, Sport, Cnn, Fbi, Soccer, Gop, Tennessee, House, House Of Representatives, Pbs, Illinois


Analysis-Brazil's Bolsonaro Is Paying Dearly to Fend off Impeachment

By Anthony BoadleBRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro is in a tight spot, caught between the rock of impeachment...
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Uber’s first head of data science just raised a new venture fund to back nascent AI startups

Kevin Novak joined Uber as its 21st employee its seventh engineer in 2011, and by 2014, he was the company’s head of data science. He talks proudly of that time, but like all good things, it ran its course and by the end of 2017, having accomplished what he wanted at the company, he left. At first, he picked up the pace of his angel investing, work he’d already begun focusing on during weekends and evenings, ultimately building a portfolio of more than 50 startups (including the fintech Pipe and...
Tags: TC, Uber, UK, Boston, Tech, Data Science, Venture Capital, Machine Learning, Michigan, Pipe, Ai, Anthony, Data Collective, Midwest, Logan, Higgs


Uber’s first head of data science just launched a new venture fund to back nascent AI startups

Kevin Novak joined Uber as its 21st employee its seventh engineer in 2011, and by 2014, he was the company’s head of data science. He talks proudly of that time, but like all good things, it ran its course and by the end of 2017, having accomplished what he wanted at the company, he left. At first, he picked up the pace of his angel investing, work he’d already begun focusing on during weekends and evenings, ultimately building a portfolio of more than 50 startups (including the fintech Pipe and...
Tags: TC, Uber, UK, Boston, Tech, Data Science, Venture Capital, Machine Learning, Michigan, Pipe, Ai, Anthony, Data Collective, Midwest, Logan, Higgs


A First Look at How Tony Soprano Became Tony Soprano: Watch the New Trailer for The Many Saints of Newark

When The Sopranos drew to a close fourteen years ago, its ambiguous yet somehow definitive final scene hardly promised a continuation of the New Jersey mafia saga. Since then, fans have had to make do with reflections, histories, and exegeses, up to and including re-watch podcasts hosted by the actors themselves. As time has passed the show has only drawn higher and higher acclaim, which can’t be said about every product of the ongoing “golden age of television drama” The Sopranos got st...
Tags: Facebook, Television, Film, College, New Jersey, David Chase, James Gandolfini, Newark, Seoul, Anthony, Soprano, Tony, Sopranos, Christopher, Tony Soprano, Ben Kaye


Do Consumers Now Prefer Online Vehicle Shopping Versus Going to a Dealership?

You likely already research the car you want to buy online, but what about purchasing it online too? Instead of going to a dealership, you can research the vehicle you want, then buy it via your laptop smartphone at the same time? That may be the way of the future, according to one study. Motus, a workforce solutions company, has released its latest report titled A Shift in Service Delivery: On-Demand Services Shape 2021, which examines how “digital retail channels” are gaining traction in th...
Tags: Time, Research, United States, Autos, Buying, State Farm, Anthony, Motus, Robinson, Ken Robinson, Milne, Carl Anthony, Robert Lajdziak, Lajdziak, Detroit Trading, Joel Milne


The mermaid in the fishbowl: the rise of optical illusions and magical effects

The nineteenth century saw the publication of several books explaining how magical effects and spectral appearances could be performed using the science of optics. It started in 1831, when Sir David Brewster (famed for his discovery of Brewster polarization and inventing the kaleidoscope) published Letters on Natural Magic. In this book, Brewster showed how to produce images of ghosts using partially silvered mirrors and by using a magic lantern to project images onto screens or onto clouds of v...
Tags: Europe, Books, New York, London, Featured, Greece, Washington, Berlin, US, San Francisco, Chicago, Pepper, Vienna, United States, Ford, Paris


Current Obsessions: Summer in Color

Brightly striped outdoor daybeds, an opulent Paris palace restored, how to grow your own bouquets, and more on our radar this weekend: Above: On our nightstands: A Room of Her Own: Inside the Homes and Lives of Creative Women, with the living (and outdoor) spaces of creative women around the world; shown here is the lush patio lounge space of designer Camilla Guinness in Tuscany. See more in Julie’s Required Reading post. Paris’s Hôtel de la Marine opened to the public this month for the first...
Tags: Books, California, Paris, Anthony, Tuscany, Julie, Justine, Design News, Current Obsessions, Anthony D'Argenzio, Old Hudson, Homes and Lives of Creative Women, Camilla Guinness, New York Times Take


Candyman Trailer Dares You to Say His Name

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Universal Pictures has released the brand new Candyman trailer for Nia DaCosta’s forthcoming horror reboot, starring Emmy winner Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Watchmen, Aquaman) and Teyonah Parris (WandaVision). The film is currently slated to arrive in theaters on Friday, August 27. The video, which you can check out below, begins with Colman Domingo narrating the origins of the titular urban legend. It also highlights how Abdul-Mateen’s Anthony gets obsessed with learning about t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Chicago, Anime, Anthony, Clive Barker, Universal Pictures, Charlie, Rosenfeld, Peele, Candyman, Cabrini Green, Bron, Blumhouse, Jordan Peele, Teyonah Parris


‘Candyman’ Trailer: The Reboot/Sequel Looks to Bring New Life to a Horror Icon

Candyman is back with an all-new trailer for Nia DaCosta‘s highly-anticipated horror sequel/reboot. This new look at the film continues to keep Candyman – at least the Tony Todd version – hidden. But there are plenty of other horrors on display here, along with what appears to be a twist on Candyman’s origin story from the previous films. Watch the latest Candyman trailer below. Candyman Trailer Candyman remains one of my most-anticipated films of the year. I’m dying to see what Nia DaC...
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Candyman: 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.) Say his name five times in front of a mirror: Candyman is back. Nia DaCosta directs a continuation of the now-iconic horror film released in 1992, based loosely on a story by Clive Barker. Working with producer and co-writer Jordan Peele, DaCosta has recontextualized the Candyman story through a Black perspective, and while much ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Amc, Chicago, Sequels, Universal, Anthony, Clive Barker, Helen, Lowe, Peele, Candyman, William Burke, Cabrini Green, Jordan Peele, Virginia Madsen


Not Too Much, Not Too Little: Frederick Douglass in Kurt Lash’s Reconstruction Volumes

For the Symposium on Kurt Lash, The Reconstruction Amendments: The Essential Documents (University of Chicago Press, 2021)(2 vols.).Bradley Rebeiro  In his introduction to his two volumes of essential Reconstruction documents, Kurt Lash explains that he sought to produce a collection that would be neither excessively long nor unhelpfully narrow. Lash has hit the Aristotelian mean, providing just the right amount of primary material to facilitate insight into the political and constitutional comp...
Tags: Congress, Anthony, South, Branding, Guest Blogger, John Bingham, Scott, Kurt, Susan B Anthony, Stanton, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Frederick Douglass, Douglass, Appomattox, Lash, Civil Rights Bill


Candyman Director Nia DaCosta Talks Juneteenth & Telling Stories Through Horror

BEGIN SLIDESHOW (Photo by Parrish Lewis/Universal Pictures and MGM Pictures) In a new Candyman featurette, director and co-writer Nia DaCosta shares her Juneteenth message while also describing how “horror is a really effective tool when it comes to telling stories about things that impact us on a social level.” New photos from the upcoming film were also released, which you can check out in the gallery below. From Universal Pictures: Juneteenth is a day that has historically recognized t...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, America, Chicago, Anthony, Clive Barker, Universal Pictures, John Cena, NIA, Charlie, Rosenfeld, Peele, Candyman, Cabrini Green, Bron


La La Anthony files for divorce from Carmelo Anthony after 16 years

La La Anthony has gone to court to end her marriage to Carmelo Anthony
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Lala Anthony Files For Divorce From Carmelo Anthony After 11 Years - Hot97

Lala Anthony is ready to call it quits! As reported on TMZ, she filed for divorce today (June 17). The couple has been married for 11...
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American Ninja Warrior EP Anthony Storm Discusses Season 13 Changes

(Photo by: Elizabeth Morris/NBC) NBC’s American Ninja Warrior returned for its 13th season recently and it has something new for even the most die-hard fans of the competition. ComingSoon spoke to Executive Producer Anthony Storm about the show’s growth, competitors such as Kacy Catanzaro finding success elsewhere New episodes of American Ninja Warrior air Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. Tyler Treese: I remember watching the localized version of Sasuke, Ninja Warrior came out and I was such a b...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, Interview, TV News, American Ninja Warrior, Anthony, ComingSoon, Kacy Catanzaro, Photo Credit, Jessie Graff, Smith Co Productions, American Ninja Warrior Junior, Tyler Treese, Anthony Storm


Interview: Paul Reiser & Anthony Carrigan Discuss Netflix’s Fatherhood

Netflix’s Fatherhood is out later this week on Friday, June 18. Directed by Paul Weitz the film follows an emotional true story about a widower who has to take on single parenthood unexpectedly after his wife dies the day after giving birth. It’s based on Matthew Logelin’s memoir Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss & Love. The film stars comedy superstar Kevin Hart in the lead role, Melody Hurd (Them), Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), DeWanda Wise (She’s Gotta Have It), Anthony Carrigan (Barry), an...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Movies, Drama, Interview, Netflix, Streaming, Kevin Hart, Paul Weitz, Anthony, PAUL, Kevin, Maddy, Hurd, Reiser, Movie News


I design luxury homes - for chickens. Here's how I've made $1.8 million from a niche business that I began with $3,800 and the advice of friends.

Hughes and her daughter outside of the Chapel Coop model. Kathy Vegh Hughes Kathy Vegh Hughes is an entrepreneur and chicken-coop maker based in Ohio. After identifying a market for better built, high-end chicken coops, she launched Cutest Coops in 2019. Here's what her career is like selling the tiny homes all over the US, as told to freelance writer Jenny Powers. See more stories on Insider's business page. As an only child and a first-generation American, I always felt I was e...
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