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A Week In Long Beach, CA, On A $167,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Calling all entrepreneurs: We want to hear from you! If you’re a freelancer or self-employed, we’d love to feature your Money Diary. Submit here.Hey LGBTQIA++ Community! It’s almost Pride Month and we want to amplify the voices of LGBTQIA++ people. If you're...
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Fan Puts $400 On The Blues In January, Could Win $100K

from Darren Rovell of the Action Network, In January, Scott Berry found himself in Las Vegas on a business trip, pressed for time. He usually plays the table games for a couple hundred bucks before making a bet on one of his sports teams, but he was so overworked that he felt like he could only make one bet. So he headed over to the sportsbook at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. A big sports fan, but not a big bettor, Berry looked up at the board. His St. Louis Blues were 250-1 ($1 wins...
Tags: Sport, Paris, Blues, Las Vegas, NHL, Bellagio, Maple Leafs, Berry, St Louis Blues, Paris Las Vegas Hotel, Darren Rovell, Scott Berry


Parents opposed to comprehensive sex education pull children out of schools, stage rallies across Southern California

Hundreds of parents opposed to California’s comprehensive sex education curriculum staged so-called “SeXXX Ed” rallies outside county education department offices across Southern California, Friday, May 17, demanding the state stop exposing their children to sexual content including conversations about homosexuality and gender fluidity. According to organizers of the statewide protest, parents in 46 out of 58 counties participated and thousands of children were kept out schools across California...
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Halle Berry Just Got a Buzz Cut, and We're Reaching For Some Trimmers

Halle Berry is never one to shy away from daring beauty looks (Remember her shaved ponytail?), but her latest haircut is one we didn't see coming. The actress showed off her new undercut (a style that includes a buzzed portion at the nape of the neck), which features a design shaved into her hair, at a screening of John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum. The hairstylist behind the look, Ohre Kilpatrick, posted a closeup of the image on Instagram, explaining that he gave the "queen" her new look in ho...
Tags: Instagram, Beauty, Hair, Halle Berry, Black Women, Berry, John Wick, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Beauty Trends, Celebrity Beauty Instagram, Ohre Kilpatrick


‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ Review: Keanu Reeves Is Back for Another Brutal Round

The supercharged third installment of the hyper-violent franchise is staggeringly accomplished and wearyingly soulless.
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‘John Wick: Chapter 3’ Training Video: Keanu Reeves and Halle Berry Pushed Themselves to the Brink

Looking forward to John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum? That’s a rhetorical question, because the answer is obviously yes. And you absolutely should be: in his review for /Film, Chris Evangelista called the film “a bone-cracking, horse-kicking, dog-biting, book-smashing, ax-throwing action masterpiece.” But it takes lots of hard work to pull off those incredible action sequences, and now a new John Wick Chapter 3 training video is here to showcase how stars Keanu Reeves and Halle Berry pushed the...
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The Only Thing That Can Defeat John Wick is an Army of Cats

The titular assassin of the upcoming John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is a force of nature. Through the past two movies, he’s plowed through all manner of low-level thugs, assassins, and bosses of assassins. But there’s one thing that can stop John Wick in his tracks: cats. It’s well known that Keanu Reeves’ John Wick is a dog lover — the loss of his adorable puppy is what set him off on this three-film spanning blood-soaked path. But in John Wick 3 cats are what get the best of him, in an act...
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‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’ Review: This Action Masterpiece is the Best ‘Wick’ Yet

In the John Wick universe, the law of diminishing returns does not exist. Somehow, each new entry in the action franchise only ups its game, going bigger, bolder, and crazier. With John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum, director Chad Stahelski takes the series to new heights, upping the stakes, expanding the mythology, and unleashing one jaw-dropping action sequence after another, to a point where it becomes damn near euphoric. John Wick 3 is a bone-cracking, horse-kicking, dog-biting, book-smashin...
Tags: Asia, Movies, Features, Movie Reviews, Sequels, John, Casablanca, Laurence Fishburne, Continental, Reeves, Sofia, Berry, Wick, John Wick, Santino, Chad Stahelski


The evolution of skyrmions in multilayers and their topological Hall signature

The topological Hall effect (THE) is the Hall response to an emergent magnetic field, a manifestation of the skyrmion Berry-phase. As the magnitude of THE in magnetic multilayers is an open question, it is imperative to develop comprehensive understanding of skyrmions and other chiral textures, and their electrical fingerprint.
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Texas completes another execution of another killer involved in notorious hate crime

As reported in this local article, headlined "Texas executes John William King in racist dragging death of James Byrd Jr.," the Lone Star State has completed another notable execution.  Here are the basics: It’s been more than two decades since an infamous hate crime in East Texas, where three white men were convicted of chaining a black man to the back of a pickup truck, dragging him for miles and then dumping the remains of his body in front of a church. On Wednesday evening, John William Kin...
Tags: Texas, Law, US, United States, King, James, Ku Klux Klan, U S Supreme Court, HARRIS, East Texas, Berry, Lone Star State, Brewer, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Byrd, Douglas A Berman


Mary Berry hosting an afternoon tea

Afternoon tea is a quintessential British experience, but sharing the mini sandwiches and pastries with beloved Mary Berry — the TV personality known for judging The Great British Baking Show — has to be almost as good as sharing crumpets with the Queen. In partnership with excursions company Belmond, Berry is hosting an afternoon tea train ride from Victoria Station in London through the picturesque Weald of Kent in the southeastern corner of the country. The four-hour round-trip journey thr...
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Lena Waithe, Halle Berry Show ‘Boomerang’ Renewed for Season 2 at BET

Lena Waithe and Halle Berry’s comedy series “Boomerang” is one of two shows that have been picked up for a second season at BET, Variety has learned. Executive produced by Waithe and Berry, “Boomerang” is based on the 1992 American rom-com in which Berry starred alongside Robin Givens and Eddie Murphy. “Making ‘Boomerang’ has been one of […]
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15 fresh ideas for leftover fruit that will reduce your food waste

With 40 percent of America’s food going to the trash each year, food waste has become a major factor in climate change, because most of it ends up in landfills and then releases methane, a major greenhouse gas. If you are looking for some creative ways to use the random leftover fruit sitting in your kitchen, try some of these recipes. We all have the best intentions when we make trips to the grocery store, and the plan is never for the food to end up in the trash. But many of us still find our...
Tags: Apple, Design, Climate Change, America, Features, Recipe, Fruit, Food Waste, Greenhouse Gas, Eat & Drink, Berry, Neil, Gim, Leftover Fruit, Montana Happy Salad, Baker 's House


European parliament votes for controversial copyright reform (yes, again)

The European Parliament has voted to pass a controversial reform of online copyright rules that critics contend will result in big tech platforms pre-filtering user generated content uploads. The results of the final vote in the EU parliament were 348 in favor vs 274 against. An amendment that would have thrown out the most controversial component of the copyright reform — aka Article 13, which makes platforms liable for copyright infringements committed by their users — was rejected by just ...
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Report: Eric Berry wraps up Cowboys visit, expected to take others

The Cowboys hosted safety Eric Berry on his first visit with a team since being released by the Chiefs last week, but it appears that the meeting did not end with an agreement on a contract for the 2019 season. Terez Paylor of Yahoo Sports reports that Berry is headed to the airport after wrapping up his visit with the team. Paylor adds that Berry is expected to schedule more visits in the near future.
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10 novels that brilliantly capture the American experience

Literature expands our ability to feel empathy and inspires compassion.These 10 novels tackle some facet of the American experience. The list includes a fictional retelling of the first Native American to graduate from Harvard, and hiding out in inner-city Newark.We call it "getting lost" in a novel, but what we find there is often more impactful than any nonfiction work can offer. Literature makes us more empathic and intelligent. Storytelling is how we bond, as tribes and a planet. A powerful...
Tags: Books, New York, Arts, Entertainment, New York City, America, History, Empathy, Harvard, Culture, United States, Innovation, Literature, Philip Roth, Newark, Seattle


Safety Eric Berry begins free-agent tour with Cowboys looking for top deal

A tad late and likely unexpected, Eric Berry's free agent tour begins Tuesday with the Dallas Cowboys. This isn't expected to be Berry's only free agent visit, unless Dallas is offering a respectable top end safety deal out of the gate. A source familiar with the mutual interest between Dallas and Berry said Tuesday's visit will be more of a feeling out process between the two sides, centered largely on Berry's health and potential fit with the team.
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Fresh Perspectives on Today’s Consumer from Leading Research Firms: Shoptalk ’19

Today’s consumer: they want it and they want it now. But what is “it?” And how do they want it? Ken Cassar, Principal Analyst and VP at Rakuten Intelligence, Piers Fawkes, Founder of PSFK, and Mark Berry, EVP, US at Ipsos Marketing share their latest consumer insights, from delivery and store experience to touchpoint strategies. Delivery Experience Starting with the fulfillment experience, Ken Cassar, Principal Analyst at Rakuten intelligence, shared his findings. The long trend of faste...
Tags: Amazon, Ecommerce, US, Events, Blog, Starbucks, Rakuten, Psfk, Berry, Office Depot, Piers Fawkes, Cassar, Charmin, Mark Berry, Ken Cassar, Shoptalk '19 Recap


Why 49ers should consider signing former Chiefs safety Eric Berry

Why 49ers should consider signing former Chiefs safety Eric Berry originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com The 49ers need help in the secondary, and upon the new league year, the Chiefs released veteran safety Eric Berry. He could provide instant leadership and competition in San Francisco's young secondary. The fifth overall pick of the 2010 NFL draft, Berry has been a first-team All-Pro three times and was selected to five Pro Bowls.
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Chiefs release oft-injured Berry after 9 years

Safety Eric Berry, who has spent his entire career with Kansas City, was released by the Chiefs at the start of the new league year on Wednesday. The move comes with the team set to add Tyrann Mathieu, who agreed to a deal this week.
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Chiefs release erstwhile star Berry as free agency begins

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs began free agency Wednesday by cutting one of their most popular players in strong safety Eric Berry, who was a dynamic presence when he was healthy but had missed significant time throughout his care While other teams were touting new additions, the Chiefs announced Berry’s release […]
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Chiefs release safety Eric Berry, save $9.5 million on the salary cap

The Kansas City Chiefs continued to reshape their defense on Wednesday, as they released star safety Eric Berry. The club released Berry with a post-June 1 designation, a source told Yahoo Sports, meaning the Chiefs will save approximately $9.5 million on the salary cap this year and $5.5 million on the cap in 2020. Berry intends to play football this season, a source told Yahoo Sports.
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This Celebrity-Approved Tattoo Trend Is Perfect For Summer

In a year that's so far been dominated by dainty, delicate tattoos, it's unlikely that the latest trend would be the furthest thing from dainty or delicate — but it is. Chalk it up to Lady Gaga's A Star Is Born -inspired rose tattoo or Halle Berry's leafy reveal, but suddenly, everyone is talking about back tattoos.We're not talking about lower-back tattoos — those have yet to fully re-enter the zeitgeist. For now, we're talking about the kind of tattoos that run down your spine, often featurin...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Berlin, Toronto, Bradley Cooper, Halle Berry, Berry, Katsushika Hokusai, Daniel Winter, Nina Ferrari, Brittany Randell


Tyrann Mathieu's arrival likely means Eric Berry's exit

The Chiefs will be paying $14 million per year over three years to safety Tyrann Mathieu. The arrival of Mathieu likely means that Berry will be gone, a development that wouldn't surprise many due to the injuries that have plagued Berry over the past two years. Berry has played in only three games since rupturing an Achilles tendon in Week One of the 2017 season.
Tags: News, Sports, Berry, Mathieu, Tyrann Mathieu, Eric Berry


Tyrann Mathieu means Chiefs no longer have to count on Eric Berry

Monday's free-agent deal with Mathieu makes the return of Berry a luxury, not a necessity, for the Chiefs at safety.
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2020 Democrats try to make inroads in rural America

DENMARK, S.C. (AP) — Deanna Miller Berry doesn’t often see presidential candidates. So when New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker recently came to Bamberg County, South Carolina, she was primed to unload about a contaminated water system. “What is your plan to fix it?” Berry asked, her eyes narrowed. Booker, former mayor of Newark, the largest […]
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Berry Global trumps Apollo with $4.37 billion offer for RPC: Reuters

British packaging company RPC Group has agreed to a higher takeover offer from plastics maker Berry Global Group Inc worth 3.34 billion pounds ($4.37 billion), and has ditched a lower bid from Apollo Global Management LLC. RPC, Europe’s biggest plastic packaging group, said on Friday it had revoked support for Apollo’s offer in favor of Berry Global and said its directors would recommend shareholders to vote in favor of the new offer. Berry’s offer of 793 pence in cash for each RPC share is 1.4 ...
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"Go Home to Your ‘Dying’ Hometown/I did, and it isn’t what I expected. I am more involved..."

"... in social and racial justice, economic development and feminism than I ever was in a big city," writes Michele Anderson (NYT). The hometown she moved back to is Fergus Falls, Minnesota. The "big city" was Portland, Oregon, where her work "felt trivial and temporary" and life "somehow lacked meaning." And it was expensive.In a 2009 commencement address at Northern Kentucky University, [Wendell Berry, the Kentucky writer and farmer] encouraged students to consider whether they might be better...
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Go Home to Your ‘Dying’ Hometown

I did, and it isn’t what I expected. I am more involved in social and racial justice, economic development and feminism than I ever was in a big city.
Tags: News, Berry, Wendell, Economic Conditions and Trends, Sustainable Living, Agriculture and Farming, Portland (Ore, Rural Areas, Fergus Falls (Minn


Halle Berry Revealed A Huge Back Tattoo On Instagram

For years, dainty, delicate tattoos were the celebrity obsession, with things like stars, hearts, and butterflies dotting their wrists, forearms, and ankles like freckles. But now, a much more dramatic tattoo trend is on the rise.First, there was Lady Gaga with that rose tattoo that spanned from the middle of her neck straight down her spine. Now, we have Halle Berry posting an Instagram to show off yet another massive back tattoo. And this time, it's a vine (or maybe it's seaweed) that goes ...
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