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These Oscar Speeches Will Make You Laugh, Cry & Cringe

Right this very moment, the chosen ones in Hollywood are carefully considering their words, listing every agent and publicist, and jotting down some witty asides onto index cards, which they will carefully tuck inside a jacket pocket or Swarovski-embellished evening bag. If there's ever a time to ensure your public-speaking skills are on point, it's Oscars night. (Unless you're nominated in one of the four categories the Academy has decided to honor during the commercial breaks, in which case —...
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The ‘Boomerang’ TV Series Could Feature a Halle Berry Cameo at Some Point [TCA 2019]

In 1992, Boomerang was considered a comeback vehicle for Eddie Murphy. Coming to America had only been released four years prior, but the hype of Harlem Nights made its ultimate performance a disappointment, exacerbated by the fact that he wrote and directed it. The underperformance of Another 48 Hours and a two year gap from movie screens meant Murphy needed a comedy comeback, and Boomerang provided it. Now, BET is premiering a TV series based on the movie from producers ...
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Halle Berry’s ‘Boomerang’ updates story for new generation

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Halle Berry and Lena Waithe say they’ve updated the 1992 movie “Boomerang” for a new generation. Berry said the original story that focused on black characters’ lives and work was innovative for its time. But Berry said the issues that millennials face today are different and required a “fresher” approach for […]
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Bob Freedman (1934-2018)

Robert M. Freedman, a jazz pianist, saxophonist and Grammy-winning arranger who orchestrated for artists ranging from Sarah Vaughan and Harry Belefonte to Maynard Ferguson and Paul Simon, and scored theme music for TV shows, including ABC's Monday Night Football, died on Dec. 22, 2018. He was 84. Bob was a long-time JazzWax reader and an avid email correspondent, particularly whenever I posted on Ferguson or Pomeroy. I was informed late last year that Bob might have passed away, a fact I relaye...
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Bob Freedman (1934-2019)

Robert M. Freedman, a jazz pianist, saxophonist and Grammy-winning arranger who orchestrated for artists ranging from Sarah Vaughan and Harry Belefonte to Maynard Ferguson and Paul Simon, and scored theme music for TV shows including ABC's Monday Night Football, died on Dec. 22, 2018. He was 94. Bob was a long-time JazzWax reader  and an avid email correspondent, especially when I posted on Ferguson or Pomeroy. I was informed late last year that Bob might have passed away, a fact I relayed to Bi...
Tags: Abc, Boston, Paul Simon, Arizona, Broadway, Army, Jazz, Ferguson, Bob, Quincy Jones, Chet Baker, Cranston, Berry, Newport, Scottsdale Ariz, Tate


8 Perfect Weekend Trails

Thru-hiking for months on end is out of reach for most of us. But a weekend backpacking trip? Most of us can carve that time into our schedules. Luckily, the Southern Appalachians are chock full of sub-100 mile trails that offer a thru-hiking experience in just a few days. Wild Oak Trail, VA This 25-mile National Recreation Trail forms a perfect weekend loop moving from easily accessible front country to some very remote corners of the George Washington National Forest. The loop begins along ...
Tags: Florida, Camping, Kentucky, Virginia, Hiking, West Virginia, Sport, Pennsylvania, Cycling, Tennessee, John Muir, North Carolina, Swimming, Damascus, Iron Mountain, Boone


Berry Global weighs bid for packager RPC in challenge to Apollo: Reuters

(Reuters) – Berry Global Group is considering a cash offer for British packager RPC Group in a challenge to a 3.3 billion pound ($4.3 billion) bid from the U.S. company’s former parent, Apollo Global. Apollo agreed to acquire RPC last week after months of negotiations, marking the latest M&A deal in the consolidating packaging sector. Private equity firm Apollo would not sweeten its offer of 782 pence per share, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters, despite grumbling at the relativ...
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Best breakfast in Asheville, NC

Asheville is a breakfast town. Whether fueling up for an adventure in the mountains or nursing a hangover from last night’s brewery hop, people in Asheville know the importance of the first meal of the day. Case in point: the insane number of breakfast options in the city, which can be daunting for locals and visitors alike. These are the eight best restaurants to eat breakfast in Asheville, North Carolina, as well as what to order at each place. 1. Biscuit Head Photo: /Facebook Establis...
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The Most Standout Red-Carpet Hairstyles In SAG Awards History

Awards-show anticipation is real — and we're not talking for obvious reasons, like inevitable snubs, triumphant victories, and shady (or extremely boring) hosts. When red-carpet season rolls around, we're at the edge of our iPhones scrolling through #TBTs, wondering which of our favorite celebrities will reveal a trendy haircut, which buzzy lipstick color we'll be stealing for our collection, and who will top their glam from last year.But before we start predicting all the buzzy beauty moments ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Salma Hayek, Disney, Angelina Jolie, Kate Hudson, Chris, Sarah Jessica Parker, Berry, Sjp, Rosie Huntington Whiteley, Sandra Oh, Jeff Kravitz, Ron Galella Ltd, Halle Berry 1995Halle Berry


Festival Pass: More photos from the first Coachella; Back to the Beach announces lineup

Festival Pass is a weekly newsletter that lands in your inbox on Thursdays. When we cover festivals in the field, you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. Festival Pass for Thursday, Jan. 24 The first time I saw Bon Jovi was on the “Crush” tour back in 2000. (“Slippery When Wet” was the first album I ever bought with my own money and I had never seen them.) I was living in Boston and I was equally excited to catch the opening band, the Florida pop-punk/ska outfit with horns, Less Than Jake. L...
Tags: Florida, Boston, Beck, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Elton John, Music Festivals, Coachella, Stagecoach, Morrissey, Bon Jovi, Briggs, Southern California, Namm, Rage Against The Machine


Halle Berry Just Revealed Her Skincare Secret, and We're Taking Detailed Notes

It's not unusual to overhear in the POPSUGAR office, "Holy sh*t, that woman doesn't age," while scrolling past a photo of Halle Berry. The actress always looks stunning, and her skin is eternally smooth and glowy. Luckily for anyone who doesn't appear to be out of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Berry recently shared one of her antiaging secrets on Instagram. In the photo, the star is wearing a face mask with the caption: "Treat Ya Self Tuesday ✨✨ - When in doubt, face masks are EVERYTHING....
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Halle Berry Just Revealed 1 of Her Antiaging Secrets, and We Want It Now

It's not unusual to overhear in the POPSUGAR office, "Holy sh*t, that woman doesn't age," while scrolling past a photo of Halle Berry. The actress always looks stunning, and her skin is eternally smooth and glowy. Luckily for anyone who doesn't appear to be out of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Berry recently shared one of her antiaging secrets on Instagram. In the photo, the star is wearing a face mask with the caption: "Treat Ya Self Tuesday ✨✨ - When in doubt, face masks are EVERYTHING....
Tags: Beauty, Halle Berry, Berry, Beauty News, Beauty How To, Benjamin Button Berry


NAMM 2019: 100,000 people and thousands of cool gadgets and hot instruments headed for Anaheim Convention Center

Audio engineers, sound experts, music teachers and a bevy of other professionals will flood the Anaheim Convention Center and nearby venues through the weekend for an event that aims to deliver on all things music: The National Association of Music Merchants Show. Musician Lauren Lusardi, known as Plasmic, plays Yamaha’s new Sonogenic SHS-500, a musical keyboard that can be held like a guitar, during the NAMM media preview day in Anaheim, CA, on Wednesday, Jan 23, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Gritch...
Tags: Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Billy Joel, Watson, Michael Jackson, Local News, Orange County, Perth, ACC, Yamaha, Namm, Lewis, Berry, Los Angeles County, Alice Cooper


Chiefs' Berry feels 'pretty good,' to play vs. Pats

Veteran Chiefs safety Eric Berry said he feels "pretty good" after a full week of practice, and he will return to action against the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
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Chiefs’ Berry confident he’ll play AFC title game vs Pats

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Chiefs safety Eric Berry sounded confident Friday that he will be on the field when Kansas City plays the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game at Arrowhead Stadium. Berry has been a full participant in practice this week after dealing with a bothersome heel. He needs the OK […]
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Report: Chiefs' Eric Berry expected to play in AFC championship

The Kansas City Chiefs will get a boost for Sunday's AFC championship game with the return of safety Eric Berry. Via NFL Network, Berry is “expected” to play against the New England Patriots. Full practice participant Berry, who missed much of the season with a nebulous heel injury — he played just two games this year, in Weeks 15 and 16 — and sat out the last two Chiefs games, was listed by the team as a full participant in practice on Wednesday and Thursday.
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Struggling Canoga Park playhouse is purchased by the city of LA

A Canoga Park playhouse recently on the verge of shutting down after about 20 years of hosting community events has been purchased by the city. Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumenfield said Wednesday that his office closed escrow Dec. 24 on the Clyde Porter West Valley Playhouse in Canoga Park, which brought more than 10,000 new patrons from Woodland Hills, Sherman Oaks and Simi Valley in recent years. “This will prevent the loss of a community gem and ensure that we have local theater for cu...
Tags: News, La, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Ross, Berry, Simi Valley, Los Angeles City, Woodland Hills, San Fernando Valley, Community Redevelopment Agency, West Valley, Reseda, Canoga Park, Department of Cultural Affairs


Updates on Park Services and Government Shut Down + Deer Poacher Sentenced to watch Bambi

Park Service instructed to tap into entrance fees to keep running In an unprecedented move, the National Park Service is dipping into entrance fees to pay for employee staffing at some of the most visited national parks in wake of the partial government shutdown. The Deputy Director of the park service announced on Sunday that the money will be used to pay staff to maintain restrooms, clean up trash and patrol the parks, saying that the Trump administration’s decision to keep parks open during...
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Updates on Park Services and Government Shutdown + Deer Poacher Sentenced to watch Bambi

Park Service instructed to tap into entrance fees to keep running In an unprecedented move, the National Park Service is dipping into entrance fees to pay for employee staffing at some of the most visited national parks in wake of the partial government shutdown. The Deputy Director of the park service announced on Sunday that the money will be used to pay staff to maintain restrooms, clean up trash and patrol the parks, saying that the Trump administration’s decision to keep parks open during...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, Cycling, Missouri, Epa, National Park Service, Trump, Berry, Interior, Park Service, Bambi, Lawrence County, U S Department of the Interior, Betty McCollum, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, David Berry


What's That Playing On the Radio?

It hurts me when people disparage Grease. Party because I love it dearly (and have done it three times!), and partly because almost everyone -- including people who love it -- underestimate both the show's authenticity and the writing craft.It's so much better and darker and smarter and subtler than you think.Many people scoff, but it's true -- the score of Grease is remarkable in its craft and authenticity, even referencing actual songs of the period. Many of the actual period songs that influ...
Tags: Movies, Sex, Theatre, America, Debbie Reynolds, Korea, Broadway, Army, Penguins, Tammy, Bronx, 1950s, Jack Kerouac, Smith, Richard, Elvis


Poacher Forced to Repeatedly Watch ‘Bambi’ as Punishment For Deer-Related Crimes

We know the CIA has used “enhanced interrogation techniques” like playing songs at loud volume to torture detainees, but has a judge ever ordered a prisoner to repeatedly watch a movie as a form of punishment? I guess there’s a first time for everything, because Lawrence County Judge Robert George ordered a convicted deer poacher to watch the Walt Disney Animation movie Bambi as part of his sentence – and the prisoner has to watch it more than once. Get the details below. According to the Sp...
Tags: Movies, Legal, Missouri, Animation, Cia, Walt Disney, Alice, Berry, Bambi, Springfield News, Lawrence County, Robert George, Missouri Department of Conservation, Walt Disney Animation, Disney/Pixar, Family Films


Chiefs to 'play it by ear' in utilising Berry against Seahawks

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry could be set for more game time ahead of Sunday's NFL matchup with the Seattle Seahawks. Berry returned to the field last week after being absent for more than a year due to an Achilles injury. The Chiefs played it safe with Berry, using the five-time Pro Bowler on a "pitch count" to make sure he eased back into playing.
Tags: News, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, Seahawks, Berry, Chiefs, Eric Berry, Seattle Seahawks Berry


‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ Photos Promise New Locations and New Dogs

In John Wick Chapter 3, Keanu Reeves is back in action as everyone’s favorite dog-loving hitman. Chapter 2 concluded with Wick on the run after having disrespected the sacred rules of being a high-priced assassin, and Chapter 3 will find him once again fighting for his life. Two new John Wick Chapter 3 photos have just arrived, giving us a glimpse of what’s to come – including some new dogs. See the John Wick Chapter 3 photos below. EW just dropped some new John Wick Chapter 3 images, and wh...
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Court orders deer poacher to watch ‘Bambi’ repeatedly as part of sentence

In the Ozarks, a Missouri court ordered a poacher to watch the movie "Bambi" over and over again as part of his sentence for a criminal scheme to illegally kill hundreds of deer. From KansasCity.com David Berry Jr. was ordered to watch the Disney classic at least once a month during his year-long jail sentence in what conservation agents have called one of the largest deer poaching cases in state history, the Springfield News-Leader reports. "The deer were trophy bucks taken illegally, mostly...
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Man facing child porn charges dies after shooting himself

PRINCE GEORGE, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia say a man indicted on 40 counts of possessing child pornography has died after shooting himself. Prince George County Police said in a statement Monday that 62-year-old James Paul Berry III died at a hospital Friday, a day after shooting himself. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that Berry’s […]
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Elsie’s Holiday Home Tour!

Hello hello! Welcome to my holiday home tour! This year we leveled up quite a bit and did our best to make our home magical for Nova’s second first Christmas (since she doesn’t remember last year, it’s like her first Christmas all over again— lol). I have always LOVED holiday decor, but I think in the past I put too much pressure on choosing a theme or matching all the colors. This year, I just went for it and mixed everything that gave me a warm and fuzzy, nostalgic feeling together! Wreath/JOA...
Tags: Home Decor, Happy Holidays, Celebrate, Home Tour: Elsie, Berry, Elsie Larson, Joann, Elsie, Kacey, Collin DuPree Photos, Amazon Happy, JOANN Garland, Target West Elm Anthropologie Etsy Amazon


Authorities: Man indicted on child porn charges shoots self

PRINCE GEORGE, Va. (AP) — Police in Virginia say a man indicted on 40 counts of possessing child pornography has shot himself in the head. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports 62-year-old James Paul Berry III was hospitalized Thursday following a court appearance. His condition is unclear. His attorney, Debra Corcoran, says she told Berry he was […]
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Chiefs defense collapses in 4th quarter against Chargers

Eric Berry made his long-awaited return to the field, Chris Jones piled up some more sacks to match an NFL record, and the Kansas City Chiefs' maligned defense finally looked like a dominant force for a while. The Chiefs did their part with blown assignments and penalties, and rather than clinch the AFC West title and a first-round playoff bye, they left Arrowhead Stadium with a 29-28 loss and the very real possibility of hitting the road for the postseason. Not at the start, when Berry r...
Tags: News, NFL, Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, Berry, Chiefs, Chris Jones, Eric Berry, Arrowhead Stadium


Report: Eric Berry finally returning for Chiefs after 15-month absence

Eric Berry is back. The Kansas City Chiefs’ All-Pro safety is expected to make his return to the field Thursday night against the Los Angeles Chargers according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, and the team has backed that report up with some very interesting social media posts. The Chiefs posted this video on Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday to remind fans that the most anticipated game of the week, between Kansas City and the Los Angeles Chargers, is being played on Thursday night: But the video als...
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5 things to do in your garden this week, Dec. 8-14

1. Poinsettia power Keep watering indoor poinsettias for a few more weeks, so they retain their holiday beauty. Then after the first of the year stop watering them, so the plants go dormant. They will drop their leaves. After that, keep them in a cool area protected from frost and irrigate only enough to prevent shriveling until they can be planted in the garden in March. 2. Christmas cactus Christmas cactus looks great now in full bloom­ – as long as nighttime temperatures remain between 50-...
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