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First Two Coronavirus Deaths Reported At MPTF Nursing Home

Two residents at the MPTF’s skilled nursing facility in Woodland Hills have died of complications from COVID-19, and four staffers have tested positive for the virus. The MPTF reported the first case of coronavirus on March 31, and six more on April 3. “We lost a resident yesterday and a second one today,” said Bob […]
Tags: News, Bob, Woodland Hills, MPTF, U.S, MPTF Nursing Home


HBO Unveils May 2020 Premiere Schedule

HBO unveils May 2020 premiere schedule Less than a week into a month that begins with foolery, HBO has unveiled the full calendar of premiere dates for the month of May, including the debuts of new series Betty, Run and I Know This Much Is True, as well as the returns and new episodes of hit series including Insecure and Westworld. (Via VitalThrills) RELATED: Adventure Time: Distant Lands Teaser For HBO Max Animated Special The full May calendar is as follows: Betty – May 1 Natalie Wood: W...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, New York City, America, Atlanta, TV News, Bob, Ruby, Wood, Mark Ruffalo, Billy, Domhnall Gleeson, Natalie Wood, Skywalker, Kathryn Hahn


Comment on marbled raspberry pound cake by Danabee

This is delicious! I used Bob’s GF flour; I added one vanilla bean, split and scraped (after the eggs) and reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup. We skipped the glaze too. This was so delicious. My family of 4 ate the entire (loaf pan sized) cake in a day. It never even made it off the counter. I’m curious to make it this summer with blackberries.
Tags: Food, Bob, Danabee


Video calls replace hugs for elderly in senior care amid coronavirus outbreak

Three times a day for more than four years, 88-year-old Jeanne Wintheiser would amble from her one-bedroom apartment at the Town & Country senior community through a labyrinth of hallways and corridors to reach the room of her husband, an Alzheimer’s patient at the other end of the sprawling Santa Ana facility. There, she would often feed Bob Wintheiser, 89, his favorite meal — hamburgers — and together during baseball season they would watch their beloved Los Angeles Angels on television. About...
Tags: Europe, News, California, La, China, Sport, Public Health, Britain, Soccer, Italy, John, Bob, Guatemala, Orange County, Orange, Villa Park


GETTIN' SMALL: How Low Can You Go?

I'm proof that a first fiberglass fly rod leads to many more fiberglass fly rods and over the years of writing T.F.M., I've seen others do the same.  Bob Mallard of the Native Fish Coalition is sliding down the rabbit hole and you might remember an article on T.F.M. that he wrote last year and then more recently an article on Midcurrent as well.  He's sharing again today on his plight for a short light line fly rod and how Marty at Deep Bend Rodworks built him exactly what he was looking for.  E...
Tags: Maryland, Virginia, Sport, Pennsylvania, Fishing, Bob, South Carolina, New England, James, Richmond Virginia, Marty, James Green, Shenandoah National Park, New York Maryland, Shenk, Cameron Mortenson


Senior Living: Should you bring mom home from assisted living during the coronavirus crisis?

By Judith Graham, California Healthline Dr. Alison Webb took her 81-year-old father out of assisted living, to live. Coleen Hubbard took her 85-year-old mother out of independent living, to die. With the coronavirus moving through facilities that house older adults, families across the country are wondering “Should I bring Mom or Dad home?” It’s a reasonable question. Most retirement complexes and long-term care facilities are excluding visitors. Older adults are asked to stay in their rooms and...
Tags: Facebook, New York, News, California, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Bob, Peter Pan, Seattle, Denver, Knott, Hubbard, Webb, LA County, Cornwell


70% hydrations cold proofed loaves (including t80 and spelt)

70% hydrations cold proofed loaves (including t80 and spelt) Submitted by Pierre-Louis on April 4, 2020 - 9:22am.     % g FlourSpeltT80Bob’s red mill bread flourWaterSaltStarter (1-2-2) 10010207070225 8008016056056016200 My french flour run out so I baked these with Bob's red mill flour. Here is my schedule :  Built starterAutolyseIncorporate starter (slap and fold)Add salt (slap and fold)Simple FoldLaminationCoil foldsShapingBaking 10 am3 pm4 pm4:30 pm5 pm6:30 p...
Tags: Baking, Bob, Dad, Pierre Louis


Granderson: Has tennis bid an early farewell to the Bryan brothers?

Wimbledon 2020 is canceled; so too perhaps is the farewell tour of tennis' dominant Bryan twins, Bob and Mike.
Tags: News, Sports, Bob, Bryan, Granderson


Here’s the new BMW R18, with specs, prices and more

It’s been ten months since BMW Motorrad threw the wraps off the Concept R18 prototype. Today we’re finally getting a clear look at the production cruiser, ending weeks of rampant speculation and spy shots. The R18 plays on two levels. On one hand, it’s a bid from BMW to tackle the cruiser (ergo, the US) market. On the other, it’s a nod to the boxer motor’s heritage—even more so than the wildly popular R nineT. The price for the showroom bike will be $17,495 (standard model) or $19,870 (upmar...
Tags: Europe, Usa, Germany, US, Munich, Motorcycles, Bmw, Bob, Harley, BMW Motorrad, UCC, BMW motorcycles, Motorcycle Reviews, CW Zon, Milwaukee Eight, Ronna Noren


Satoshi Nakaboto: ‘Bitcoin exchanges see user influx since coronavirus outbreak’

Our robot colleague Satoshi Nakaboto writes about Bitcoin every fucking day. Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today, where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what’s been going on with Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Habermass used to say: Bob’s your uncle! Bitcoin Price We closed the day, April 02 2020, at a price of $6,793. That’s a respectable 2.82 percent increase in 24 hours, or $186. It was the highest closing price in twenty-one days. We’re still 66 percent below Bitcoin‘s all-time high o...
Tags: Startups, Bitcoin, Bob, Hard Fork, Satoshi Nakaboto, Habermass


See-Food

Cooking during quarantine has forced me to get a bit more creative than usual for my daily sustenance. All those years of looking for unconventional substitutes is paying off, in ways I could never expect. No more tomato paste? Well you’re in luck, because I just found a few packets of ketchup in my bag! Bottle of soy sauce ran dry? There’s miso for that! It’s also done wonders to clean out my stock of specialty goods, the rare, random oddities that caught my eye while shopping, but seemed too p...
Tags: Food, Bread, Recipe, Baking, Bob, Snack, Vegan, Appetizer, Cook Time, Meatless, Baking / Cooking, Teaspoon Salt, Hannah Kaminsky Cuisine, Tablespoons Aquafaba, Teaspoon Finely Minced Fresh Ginger, Tablespoon Soy Sauce


The unique and overlooked ways that cricket was ahead of the game in dealing with the coronavirus pandemic

A couple of times recently, we’ve made the point that cricket not happening is very much an integral part of cricket. We once travelled all the way to Birmingham to spend an entire day watching cricket not happen, so doing the same thing from the comfort of our own home doesn’t feel like a particular hardship in and of itself. Cricket not happening is an occupational hazard for broadcasters too. That ability to fill time indefinitely is what separates the men from the boys and the wom...
Tags: Sex, Birmingham, Bob, Extras, Bert, Howzat


Medical, nursing, EMT students eager to contribute during coronavirus crisis

Chris Cummins won’t graduate from the paramedic program at Moreno Valley College until October. But the 29-year-old is raring to get on the front lines and help health-care providers who are battling the coronavirus pandemic in Southern California. Cummins is among thousands of students nationwide at universities and community colleges in schools of medicine, nursing, and emergency services who could potentially lend a helping hand to doctors, nurses and hospital staff who are overwhelmed by the...
Tags: New York, News, California, Massachusetts, New York City, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Connecticut, Doctors, Long Beach, Kaiser, New Orleans, Universities, Bob, Disneyland


Famed Bob’s Big Boy diner in Northridge is reviving its carhop service amid coronavirus outbreak

The Bob’s Big Boy diner famed for its hot fudge cake, double-deck cheeseburger and a statue of a husky lad in overalls is bringing back carhops to its Northridge location. But waiters who usually work on foot are not there to entertain the visitors. During the time of the global pandemic, the service is aimed at helping customers to practice social distancing and stay in their cars while ordering food. “Most of our customers are seniors,” said Lorena Sanchez, 49, adding that she launched the ser...
Tags: Business, News, La, Sport, Soccer, Bob, Local News, Northridge, Burbank, Sánchez, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN, Dean Musgrove Los Angeles Daily News, Coronavirus, Lorena Sanchez


Gluten from Wheat Germ ??!

Gluten from Wheat Germ ??! Submitted by huda on April 1, 2020 - 11:58am. Hello,How are you doing ?Where i live its tricky to find good bread flour with high protein %, and its is very expensive to order Bob's Red Mill vital wheat gluten (product itself =~ $ 7.4, delivery only= $18.5) for less than 2 pounds , so I wondered would Vital germ (milled) almost act as a substitute ? (added to all-purpose flour )we have this exact one in stores , these are specifications from manufact...
Tags: Baking, Bob, Dietary Fibre


Plaseebo “Face Hugger Astro-not” Lottery

The Plaseebo "Face Hugger Astro-not” Lottery  is open now thru Saturday April 4th 2020. From Bob Conge and Plaseebo, the "Face Hugger Astro-not” is a one-of-a-kind custom built on a Plaseebo glow in the dark vinyl Walker body produced by PLANET-X. It has a hand cast resin astro-not head sculpt by Bob with a Facehugger attached inside his clear plastic bubble helmet with blood spatter and a Chestburster in hand. The 7.75-inch tall custom is illuminated from within by a motion activated color-ch...
Tags: Toys, Usa, US, Paypal, Bob, Plaseebo, Bob Conge


Universal’s Minions: The Rise of Gru & Sing 2 Set New Release Dates

Universal’s Minions: The Rise of Gru & Sing 2 Set New Release Dates According to Deadline, Universal Pictures has scheduled new release dates for two Illumination animated features, Minions: The Rise of Gru, and Sing 2. Originally set to release on July 3, 2020, The Rise of Gru will now hit theaters on July 2, 2021, the date Sing 2 was initially set to debut. Sing 2 will now open in theaters on December 22, 2021, and is currently set to debut against DC’s Black Adam. Additionally, the Wicked ...
Tags: Movies, Minions, Sandra Bullock, Chris Renaud, Gru, Pierre Coffin, Dc, Bob, Michael Sheen, Universal Pictures, Taraji P Henson, Otto, Dolph Lundgren, Illumination Entertainment, Danny Trejo, Kevin Stuart


There was a prototype toy line for the X-rated epic film disaster Caligula (1979)

In 1979, Penthouse founder Bob Guccione produced a big budget feature film about the Roman emperor Caligula starring Maclolm McDowell, Teresa Ann Savoy, Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole, and John Gielgud. Scripted by Gore Vidal and filled with graphic sex and violence, it was a critical and box office disaster but has garnered cult acclaim over the years. (Original trailer below.) Now, archivist Thomas Negovan and Shadow of the Vampire director E. Elias Merhig have located all of the original foota...
Tags: Toys, Video, Movies, News, Weird, Bob, Gore Vidal, Action Figures, Bob Guccione, Roman, John Gielgud, Thomas Negovan, Caligula, Cult Films, Cinco, Guccione


A prototype toy line for the X-rated epic film disaster Caligula (1979)... April Fool's!

(Yes, this is an April Fool's joke.) In 1979, Penthouse founder Bob Guccione produced a big budget feature film about the Roman emperor Caligula starring Maclolm McDowell, Teresa Ann Savoy, Helen Mirren, Peter O'Toole, and John Gielgud. Scripted by Gore Vidal and filled with graphic sex and violence, it was a critical and box office disaster but has garnered cult acclaim over the years. (Original trailer below.) Now, archivist Thomas Negovan and Shadow of the Vampire director E. Elias Mer...
Tags: Toys, Video, Movies, News, Weird, Bob, Gore Vidal, Action Figures, Bob Guccione, Roman, John Gielgud, Thomas Negovan, Caligula, Cult Films, Cinco, Guccione


Comment on ultimate banana bread by Rae

In reply to Sara. I use Bob’s Red Mill Egg Replacer in nearly all of my baking for my egg-allergic daughter- works great most of the time!
Tags: Food, Bob, Sara, Rae


Coronavirus Data in California: Dr. Bob Wachter of U.C.S.F. on Testing

Wednesday: Dr. Bob Wachter of the University of California, San Francisco, talks about the numbers he’s tracking and what they say.
Tags: News, California, San Francisco, Bob, University Of California, Wachter, Bob Wachter, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Turkey Red?

Turkey Red? Submitted by Gadjowheaty on March 31, 2020 - 12:32pm. Hi all, Can anyone tell me a bit about this heirloom flour?  Never worked with it but have heard it mentioned.  A local grower/miller provides it, and I'm curious.  This would be whole wheat flour.  I have a "Type 65" flour clone-ish I make using Central Mills Beehive and sifted King Arthur WW (not Bob's - I find Bob's too fine to sieve).Any thoughts, much appreciated.Stay safe everyone.
Tags: Turkey, Baking, Bob, Gadjowheaty


Blues Best Defensemen in Team History

When looking at the best defensemen in NHL history, only a few donned the Blue Note. Not known as a defensive team in their 53-year history, the St. Louis Blues have produced few elite, notable D-men.  The ‘Over 400-Point’ Club – MacInnis and Pietrangelo Only two defensive players have scored over 400 points in their career with the Blues – Al MacInnis and Alex Pietrangelo.  MacInnis is a legend in Blues’ history as their best defenseman. He had one of the hardest slapshots for defens...
Tags: Sport, Blues, Nashville, Ncaa, Bob, Hockey, NHL, Hall of Fame, Tampa Bay Lightning, Florida Panthers, Boston University, Hart, Team USA, St Louis Blues, Kevin Shattenkirk, Alex Pietrangelo


Flyers’ Best & Worst Trades

In the 53-year history of the Philadelphia Flyers franchise, nine different general managers have been responsible for an insane amount of trades. Although there have been plenty of trades involving low-level players or late draft picks, there have also been plenty of blockbuster deals that have drastically changed the franchise. Related: Revisiting the Brayden Schenn Trade Like any organization, the Flyers have been on both sides of a deal, good and bad. With every successful trade that ...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Williams, Nashville, Philadelphia, Bob, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Philly, Canadiens, Carter, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers


Sourdough Starter not rising - totally bewildered ! Any advice welcome !

Sourdough Starter not rising - totally bewildered ! Any advice welcome ! Submitted by The Adventures ... on March 30, 2020 - 10:11am. Hello everybody !If anyone can offer me a little help, I'd be so grateful ... I'm going a bit nuts with my starter, Bob. The back story : I created Bob a year ago, he worked well, came on tour with me (I'm a classical musician), and I baked some nice sourdough with him last year. I then had too many projects to deal with, left him unloved in the back...
Tags: France, Baking, Bob, Lydia, Bob The


Moved to new campsite near Schaffer Wash, AZ

Sunday, March 29 Finally the cold front is past my location, it would get into the low 70's though a bit windy at times.  Warmer the next few days. Today’s sunrise was meh: Note, it only got down to about 38 °F (3°C)  overnight, so not bad.  Still cranked up the heater once I got up though.  Here's a couple of pics of Baboquivari Peak from the door of the URRV from campsite 41 within the Buenos Aires NWR. After breakfast and once it had reached almost 50 °F (10°C)  I g...
Tags: Motorcycles, Arizona, Sunrise, Bmw, Bob, Buenos Aires, Mid Atlantic, Fiona, Baboquivari Peak, URAL Patrol, Fiona Rides, RV Trips, Schaffer Wash AZ, AZ Highway 286, Mount Wrightson


Mark Blum, Actor Of Stage And Screen, Has Died At 69

Blum, a consummate theatre professional who played many roles on stage and screen, including Union Bob on Amazon Prime’s Mozart in the Jungle, has died of complications from the coronavirus. – The New York Times
Tags: Amazon, Art, People, Bob, Mozart, Blum, Mark Blum, 03.27.20


At 112 Bob is older than Selfridges

Bob Weighton, from Hampshire, turns 112 today. What has the world's oldest man lived through?
Tags: News, Bob, Hampshire, Bob Weighton


Kevin Smith Recorded a ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot’ Commentary Track, and Put It Online For Everyone

Kevin Smith‘s recent movie, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. It’s also on Blu-ray and digital. But none of those versions of the film come with a commentary track. So Smith, good egg that he is, decided to record one and upload it to YouTube for fans. It’s totally free, too – you don’t have to plunk down extra money or anything like that. Just turn the movie on, fire up YouTube, and you’re ready to go. Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Commentary Track Commenta...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Sequels, Bob, Smith, Jay, Tusk, Kevin-Smith, Jason Mewes, Jay And Silent Bob Reboot, Bob Reboot, Bob Reboot Jay


I listened to Dylan's new song twice now — that's 34 minutes of listening — and I'm almost ready to talk about the lyrics.

I need to hear things about 5 times to have a decent feeling of understanding, but I'm going to try anyway, with the help of the written text, here (at Genius, where there are some annotations, but they're not at all time-tested and I see inaccuracies at the first glance). The song begins with JFK in Dallas, "led to the slaughter like a sacrificial lamb" and asking those who are leading him if they know who he is. They sure do, and "they blew off his head while he was still in the car." So, an u...
Tags: Law, Time, America, Bob Dylan, Broadway, Dallas, Bob, Jfk, Ruby, Jack, Nina Simone, Kennedy, Woodstock, Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Dylan