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Comment on crispy oven pulled pork by Aubrey

In reply to deb. The mop is so good I doubled it! Simple but the proportions are just right.
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Vanessa Bryant shares heartbreaking letter from Gigi's best friend on anniversary of death 

Vanessa Bryant has shared a letter from her late daughter Gigi's best friend Aubrey on...
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‘The Sinners’ Poster: Seven Young Girls Embody the Seven Deadly Sins

Actress/writer/producer Courtney Paige is making her directorial debut with a new film called The Sinners, which follows seven high school girls who go to extreme measures to make sure their dirty laundry is not aired in their religious town. Check out the new poster below. The Sinners Poster Here’s the movie’s official synopsis: Seven girls from a religious high school decide to rebel by starting a cult where they embody the seven deadly sins. Grace Carver, the pastor’s daughter and most ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Poster, Paige, Aubrey, Madison Smith, Courtney Paige, Erin Hazlehurst, The Sinners

The Geek in Review Ep. 98 – The Boston Legal Design Challenge Update

A couple months ago, we brought in Bob Taylor and Jeff Marple from Liberty Mutual, and Gabe Teninbaum from Suffolk Law School to discuss the Boston Legal Design Challenge being held online in November. Taylor and Marple are back to discuss how things went, and they brought with them one of the members of the championship team, Aubrie Souza. Souza is a 2L from Suffolk and her team triumphed over the other nine law school competitors from across the United States and Canada. While the event was he...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Texas, Maryland, Microsoft, Law, Stanford, Boston, Uncategorized, Canada, United States, Michigan, Bob, Taylor, US Army, Liberty Mutual

Warner Max Film Label Being Phased Out by HBO Max and WarnerMedia

Warner Max, we hardly knew ye. The film label was launched in February of this year, with the plan being that Warner Max would produce eight to ten mid-budget movies per year for HBO Max. However, Warner Max is now being phased out, with Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich now overseeing all feature output, streaming and theatrical. The Hollywood Reporter has the news that Warner Max is being phased out. The WarnerMedia film label is relatively new – it was launched in Februar...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Henderson, Reilly, Kevin Reilly, Emmerich, Aubrey, Zack Snyder, Casey Bloys, Jessie Henderson, Toby Emmerich, Business and Industry News, Sarah Aubrey

The Best Movies Leaving Hulu in October 2020

Every month, a string of new movies and TV shows come to Hulu, and every month, the streaming platform has to let go of a few beloved films to make room for them. So a few more notable titles are leaving Hulu in October, but that means you’ll have plenty of time to check them out before they’re gone for good (or move on to another streaming service). Find out about the best movies leaving Hulu in October 2020 below. Footloose (1984) Nothing beats the 1984 original starring Kevin Bacon, al...
Tags: Movies, Julianne Moore, Russell Brand, Hawaii, Kevin Bacon, Footloose, Russell Crowe, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Lithgow, Hulu, James Cameron, Jonah Hill, Galapagos Islands, Caribbean, Bell, Napoleon

Defining an Xprize for Aging Reversal and Antiaging Developments

Dr. Aubrey de Grey of SENS Research Foundation gave the keynote speech at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020. Aubrey discussed the current state of the rejuvenation biotechnology industry and how the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Innovation, Aubrey, SENS Research Foundation, Aubrey de Grey

The Quarantine Stream: ‘Master and Commander’ Should Have Started One of This Century’s Great Film Franchises

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: The film opens with a piece of text that succinctly and evocatively sets the stage for the action to come. “April, 1805. Napoleon is master of Europe. Only the British fleet stands before him. Oceans are now battlefields.” Gotta love a grea...
Tags: Movies, Features, Universal, 20th Century Fox, Galapagos Islands, Caribbean, Paul Bettany, Napoleon, Miramax, Crowe, Aubrey, Peter Weir, Maturin, Action/Adventure, Patrick O Brian, Featured Stories Sidebar

Comment on mathilde’s tomato tart by Aubrey

In reply to jen. Yes, I make The Wednesday Chef’s roasted fennel and cherry tomatoes on an almost weekly basis! I think I was first linked to it on this blog. Please more!
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Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens shares glimpse of three children in sweet snap 

Dan Stevens shares three children, 11-year-old Willow, eight-year-old Aubrey and Eden,...
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Missed Aubrey on Rogan During the Pandemic

I missed Aubrey de Grey talking to Joe Rogan in February. I was traveling and missed this. As usual many interesting insights. In the 30-40 minute part of the interview, Aubrey points out the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Innovation, Aubrey, Joe Rogan, Rogan, Aubrey de Grey

12 books books by Black women

In the wake of George Floyd’s death, a righteous uprising against racism and police brutality has swept the United States, and with it, a proliferation of so-called anti-racist books lists. The aim of these reading recommendations is to educate non-black people how systematic racism affects every aspect of our society — from what and where we eat, to who gets arrested, elected to office, or a starring role in a movie, and yes, who gets to write and publish a book. These efforts to amplify the...
Tags: Travel, Books, New York City, US, America, Racism, Brooklyn, United States, Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Hawaii, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Bird, Macmillan, Louisiana

9-year-old girl given big "Hamilton" surprise in Zoom, thanks to John Krasinski and friends

ICYMI, Actor John Krasinski has a new web show made up entirely of positive news stories aptly called, Some Good News. It's resonating with folks, its first episode came out a week ago and already has 13M views. Episode 2 dropped Sunday and included a big surprise for Aubrey, a 9-year-old girl who missed out on going to see Hamilton for her birthday because of the coronavirus situation. I won't spoil it, but it's a lot of fun and totally 100% heartwarming. I may have cried. screengrab via Som...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Surprise, Emily Blunt, Good News, Hamilton, John Krasinski, Aubrey, Happy Mutant, Positive Deviant, Some Good News With John Krasinski, Zoom-Bomb

Advertising is Amazon's fastest-growing business and is expected to surpass $17 billion this year. Here are the 19 top insiders leading the charge.

Amazon is betting big on advertising and building out new ad formats, conversion-focused measurement tools, and a self-serve platform to win over marketers. Business Insider identified 19 executives leading these initiatives and more at Amazon Advertising. They represent a variety of roles and a mix of longtime employees and newer hires from agencies and media companies. The list reflects people working on newer growth areas like over-the-top advertising as well as Amazon's core performance-ba...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Nordstrom, New York, Microsoft, Australia, Mexico, France, US, Toronto, Trends, Unilever, Bank Of America, United Arab Emirates

Giants say Aubrey Huff won't be invited to 2010 World Series reunion after 'unacceptable' tweets

The San Francisco Giants' 10-year reunion of their 2010 World Series championship team will convene on Aug. 16 this year, but with a notable exception. Aubrey Huff, the 2010 Giants' starting first baseman and leader in home runs, will not be invited to the ceremony due to a number of comments he has made on social media, the team said in a statement released to The Athletic's Andrew Baggarly: “Earlier this month, we reached out to Aubrey Huff to let him know that he will not be in...
Tags: News, San Francisco Giants, Aubrey, Andrew Baggarly, Aubrey Huff

Warner Bros. & HBO Max Unveil Feature Production Arm Warner Max

Warner Bros. & HBO Max unveil feature production arm Warner Max Fans have been very curious about the future of Warner Bros’ upcoming streaming service HBO Max and now there’s a new reason for discussion as the two have revealed the opening of a new feature production arm entitled Warner Max. RELATED: Rosario Dawson to Lead Ava DuVernay’s DMZ Pilot at HBO Max The venture, which is being overseen by HBO Max’s Chief Content Officer Kevin Reilly and Chairman of Warner Bros. Pictures Group Tob...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Warner Bros, Ava Duvernay, Reilly, Carolyn, Kevin Reilly, WB, Emmerich, Aubrey, Toby, Jessie Henderson, Rosario Dawson, ComingSoon

WarnerMedia Announces Warner Max, a New Film Production Arm Specifically For HBO Max Movies

When studios offload movies to streaming services, the effect can be the same as if the films were sprayed by a skunk: they carry with them a bit of a funk that can be difficult to fully shake off. But as every major movie studio develops its own streaming service, it may help to circumvent that stigma by making sure audiences know that most of the original films on that service were made specifically for that service instead of just being “dumped” there as a last resort. Enter Warner Max, Warn...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Netflix, Warner Bros, Melissa Mccarthy, Robert Greenblatt, Warner Bros Pictures, Carolyn, Kevin Reilly, Aubrey, Toby, New Line Cinema, Jessie Henderson, Toby Emmerich, TNT TBS

The 21 movies that audiences have hated the most in the past 2 decades

Only 21 movies have received an "F" grade on CinemaScore since it launched its website in 1999.  The latest movie with an "F" grade is the horror movie "The Turning," which is currently in theaters. Cinemascore surveys audiences on a movie's opening night. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Two movies this year can already be called some of the most hated by audiences in the last 20 years. The new horror movie "The Turning" received an "F" grade on CinemaScore, the lowest gra...
Tags: Texas, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian, Disney, Trends, Cameron Diaz, Brad Pitt, Darren Aronofsky, Ewan McGregor, Mark Ruffalo, Grand Canyon, Nicolas Cage, Richard Gere, Sarah, John Travolta, Elizabeth Olsen

HBO Max Reveals ‘Green Lantern’ Series Details and Their Future Plans for the DC Universe Streaming Service [TCA 2020]

WarnerMedia had its first Television Critics Association panel for HBO Max since they named their upcoming streaming service. HBO Max Chief Content Officer Kevin Reilly previewed the service last year,  but it was still untitled at the time. In their October investor presentation, HBO Max revealed one of their originals is a Green Lantern series from producer Greg Berlanti. Reilly had an update on Berlanti’s Green Lantern series for the TCA. That led to further questions for Reilly abou...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Features, Harley Quinn, Deadpool, Ryan Reynolds, Cw, Television Critics Association, Tca, Reilly, Kevin Reilly, Aubrey, Greg Berlanti, Berlanti, Comic Book/Superhero

The 20 movies that audiences have hated the most in the past 2 decades

Only 20 movies have received an "F" grade on Cinemascore since it launched its website in 1999.  The latest movie with an "F" grade is "The Grudge," which currently in theaters. Cinemascore surveys audiences on a movie's opening night. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's taken over two years for audiences to hate a movie as much as Darren Aronofsky's controversial 2017 film, "mother!" That movie received an "F" grade on Cinemascore, the lowest grade a movie can get at the...
Tags: Texas, Jennifer Lawrence, Kim Kardashian, Disney, Trends, Cameron Diaz, Brad Pitt, Darren Aronofsky, Ewan McGregor, Mark Ruffalo, Grand Canyon, Nicolas Cage, Richard Gere, Sarah, John Travolta, Elizabeth Olsen

Amazon has a big leadership hole to fill with the departure of advertising exec Seth Dallaire. Here are five insiders that ad execs say are his likely successor.

Seth Dallaire recently left his role as VP of global advertising sales and marketing at Amazon Advertising to be CRO at Instacart, creating a gap in Amazon's leadership. Dallaire was the face of Amazon's burgeoning advertising business and was the rare public figure who attended industry conferences and events to mingle with advertisers. Business Insider asked five agencies close to Amazon who they thought would replace Dallaire, and based on their knowledge of the company, they named five peo...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, US, Trends, Diageo, Johnson, Seattle, Instacart, Elton, Interactive Advertising Bureau, Universal Pictures, Business Insider, Emarketer

Meet the 12 power players running HBO Max, AT&T's big bet to take on Netflix and Disney Plus (T)

The generals who will lead HBO Max into battle with Netflix and Disney Plus have started to emerge. AT&T's WarnerMedia has appointed, in the last few months, a slew of executives to key roles overseeing its forthcoming streaming service, HBO Max, which launches next spring. More details on the service, including the price, are expected to be announced at an upcoming investor presentation on Oct. 29. Business Insider breaks down the top execs to know ahead of the event and the release of HBO Ma...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Hbo, Nbc, Time Warner, Lionsgate, Disney, Trends, CMO, Jj Abrams, Fox, Netflix, Nicole Kidman, Nbcuniversal, Fullscreen, Showtime

Hard Times? How to Hear God’s Song Louder Than Any Hard Times

Grief, spiritual doubt, chronic pain, suffering; when we are hurting it can be hard to say, “God’s got this, God’s got me.” Aubrey Sampson knows this better than anyone. She walks the path of lament, finding God’s presence in the middle of what may feel like His absence. It’s a grace to welcome Aubrey to the farm’s front porch today… guest post by Aubrey Sampson A fter a few appointments, my grief-counselor said this: “I’d like you to think of suffering as an invitation. You have two choices:...
Tags: Books, Hope, Bono, Religion, Guest Posts, Chicago, Faith, Jesus, Mary Poppins, Aubrey, Immanuel, Tyndale, Restoring Wonder, Seeing God, Redbud Writers Guild, Aubrey Sampson

Inside Amazon's charm offensive to win over big brand budgets from Madison Avenue

Amazon is trying to gain on Facebook and Google's ad business by proving its platform can work for big brands that care about metrics like awareness and loyalty. Amazon is increasing its outreach to agencies to talk about new and upcoming ad formats like video ads. Some agencies say that Amazon's ad business is borrowing from Facebook and Google's playbooks but that it's unclear how important advertising is for Amazon. Visit for more stories. Amazon has steadily been build...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Trends, Brooklyn, Jeff Bezos, Omd, Facebook Twitter Google, Madison Avenue, Aubrey, Facebook Google, Inside Amazon, Everson, Margaritis, Dentsu Aegis Network

Snap's new leadership, Complex Media’s unusual media playbook, and Amazon’s advertising business

Hello! Welcome to the Advertising and Media Insider newsletter. I'm Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter taking over for Lucia this week. If you got this email forwarded, sign up for your own here. Send tips or feedback to me at [email protected] . It's been a tough two years since Snap became a public company, and the company has weathered increased competition from Instagram, slow user growth, and a number of executive departures. But thanks to a new leadership group, Snap...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Verizon, Facebook, Uber, Instagram, US, Trends, Netflix, Evan Spiegel, Waze, Hulu, Burger King, Vox Media, Snap, HuffPost

Marketers say that Amazon's advertising business is difficult to navigate. Here's why the company thinks the 'chaotic' structure actually makes sense.

Amazon's advertising business is growing, particularly in video advertising and measurement. But its ad business is spread across several teams, which can make it hard for advertisers to negotiate. Colleen Aubrey, global VP of performance advertising, said this structure keeps teams focused on specific products. See the full list of the 100 people transforming business here. Amazon is trying to challenge Facebook and Google's dominance in digital advertising, and to that end it's been introdu...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Trends, Imdb, McDonald, Aubrey, Pivotal Research, Colleen Aubrey, Amazon Prime Amazon Fire

INTRODUCING: The 10 people transforming advertising

Business Insider named 10 advertising executives to its list of 100 people transforming business. They include a direct-to-consumer visionary, TV advertising power player, and the CMO behind whacky ad campaigns. See the full list of the 100 people transforming business here.  The $221 billion US ad industry is being upended by the rise of digital ad giants, fragmented consumer attention, and marketers' ever-increasing pressure for results. We identified 10 visionaries who are disrupting estab...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Youtube, US, Trends, CMO, Netflix, Hulu, Business Insider, Randy, Aubrey, YouTube YouTube, Tara Walpert Levy, Randy Freer, Pivotal Research Amazon

Comment on black bean soup + toasted cumin seed crema by Aubrey

Sounds SO GOOD. Am I missing something, or is the lime juice not mentioned in the actual preparation of the recipe?
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Modernly Elegant Wedding at Inn at Rancho Santa Fe & Brick San Diego

There are some couples you can't help but stare at, and Aubrey and Ash are one of them. Their sweet California soiree captured by Natalie Bray and planned by Amy Mancuso is just as lovely as they are, and comes complete with one ridiculously beautiful Calla Blanche dress, for starters. Make your way to the full gallery for even more.Continue reading on Style Me Pretty
Tags: California, Wedding, Ash, Romantic, Modern, The Blog, Aubrey, Real Weddings, Natalie Bray, Calla Blanche, Amy Mancuso, Rancho Santa Fe amp, Brick San Diego

Reviewing SENS Antiaging Work

SENS and Aubrey de Grey have been leading advocates for antiaging and they have systemically helped to fund antiaging research. Aubrey summarized the seven types of aging damage and SENS and the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Innovation, Sens, Aubrey, Aubrey de Grey