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The Latest: Buckley Discovers Lows and Highs of US Open

Hayden Buckley is an example of how quickly fortunes can change in the U.S. Open.
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Ethan Hawke Explains How to Give Yourself Permission to Be Creative

The most creative people, you’ll notice, throw themselves into what they do with absurd, even reckless abandon. They commit, no matter their doubts about their talents, education, finances, etc. They have to. They are generally fighting not only their own misgivings, but also those of friends, family, critics, financiers, and landlords. Artists who work to realize their own vision, rather than someone else’s, face a witheringly high probability of failure, or the kind of success that com...
Tags: Art, Facebook, New York, College, Poetry, America, Creativity, Ethan Hawke, David Lynch, Ginsberg, Hawke, Buckley, William F Buckley, Josh Jones, Krishna, Allen Ginsberg

Australia live updates: Melbourne Covid restrictions expected to ease as Victoria records one new coronavirus case

Travel to regional Victoria likely to be barred when lockdown ends Thursday midnight. Follow updates live Victoria’s Covid lockdown restrictions explainedNSW Covid public exposure sitesCovid vaccine rollout numbers: tracking vaccination progress 1.28am BST Nathan Buckley is to stand down as Collingwood coach midway through the AFL season as the club continues its large scale structural reform.A press conference has been called for 11am at which Buckley is expected to confirm his exit, having...
Tags: Australia, Australia news, Victoria, Melbourne, Scott Morrison, AFL, Collingwood, Buckley, Nathan Buckley, Coronavirus, South Gippsland, Central North Central West

The rural Oregon counties that want to hitch their wagons to conservative Idaho? Experts say it's a long shot, but far from impossible.

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Tags: Politics, Texas, News, California, Kentucky, Oregon, Virginia, Massachusetts, US, America, Trends, United States, North Dakota, Idaho, South Dakota, Washington Dc

VaynerMedia Adds First Managing Director in Los Angeles

VaynerMedia is moving Lisa Buckley from New York to become managing director of its Los Angeles office as Gary Vee's agency seeks to expand its capabilities across North America. Buckley reports to CEO Gary Vaynerchuk. Her wide-ranging responsibilities include growing the business through both acquiring new clients and organic growth from existing clients, managing client...
Tags: New York, Advertising, Los Angeles, North America, Gary Vaynerchuk, Buckley, Gary Vee, Lisa Buckley

Trailer for 'Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain' Documentary

"One minute I was standing next to a deep fryer, and the next I was watching the sunset over the Sahara." Focus Features has released the official trailer for Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain, a new doc film about the late Anthony Bourdain. Everyone knows about him, everyone loves him (for the most part), and everyone knows that unfortunately he took his own life a few years ago. This film is made by one of my favorite doc filmmakers – Morgan Neville, of the acclaimed docs 20 Feet f...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Documentaries, Anthony Bourdain, Buckley, To Watch, Morgan Neville, Sahara Focus Features, Vidal Keith Richards

Soccer playoff pairings: Harvard-Westlake girls top team in Division 1; Birmingham boys top seed in City

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The Harvard-Westlake girls soccer team received a first-round bye in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs, which are set to begin Wednesday. The Wolverines are unbeaten this season at 12-0 and have outscored their opponents 62-2. The team was recently ranked No. 1 in the division’s latest CIF poll in front of Mater Dei and Villa Park, respectively. Sisters Alyssa and Gisele Thompson are potentially...
Tags: Sports, City, Sport, Soccer, Bravo, Birmingham, Villa Park, Whitney, Notre Dame, Valencia, Santa Barbara, Hamilton, High School Sports, Patriot, Toledo, Daily News

Paul Buckley and Ruaidhri McGee progress in US Open Local Qualifying

The second hole on the South Course at Torrey Pines. USGA/Kirk H. Owens Two Irish players have so far come through Local Qualifying for next month’s US Open at Torrey Pines in San Diego.While 8,680 hopefuls are competing in 108 Local Qualifying events until May 17 for 500 spots in 12 Final Qualifying events scheduled from May 24 to June 7, Cork amate...
Tags: Florida, Texas, Sport, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Pga Tour, European Tour, Tenerife, San Diego, Dustin Johnson, Derry, Shane Lowry, Padraig Harrington, Cork, Majors

Location data analytics startup raises $50M Series B

It’s been a very tough year for’s core customer segments of retail and commercial real estate, to put it mildly. But the foot traffic and location analytics startup saw growth in new categories, including consumer packaged goods (CPG) and hedge funds that use its tech to perform due diligence. The Los Altos, California-based company announced today that has raised a $50 million Series B led by Josh Buckley, the chief executive officer of Product Hunt. Participants included Fifth Wall, ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Tech, Retail, Cvs, Buckley, Placer, Los Altos California, CPG, Aleph, Foot Traffic, Josh Buckley, Ben Zvi, Location Analytics, Rahul Vohra

The 4 best air purifiers we tested in 2021

Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky An air purifier can help clean your indoor air of pollutants, dust, and smoke.We tested and researched more than 24 air purifiers to determine the best for your needs and budget.The Honeywell PowerPlus Air Purifier did the best in our air purifying tests and has a high CADR.According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), we spend 90% of our time indoors, and our indoor environment can have all sorts of allergens and other irritants, including ...
Tags: Reviews, Health, Google, Home, Florida, California, Cdc, Oregon, Trends, Best, Features, Buying Guide, Energy Star, Epa, West Coast, US Navy

‘Men,’ the New Film from Director Alex Garland, Has Begun Production With Jessie Buckley Starring

After his directorial debut Ex Machina turned heads in 2015, writer/director Alex Garland returned three years later with Annihilation, a mesmerizing and profound sci-fi film that unsettled and moved audiences in equal measure. He headed to television with last year’s ambitious Hulu series Devs, but now he’s coming back to the big screen with Men, a new film that has now officially begun production. The great Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Chernobyl) is playing the le...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Men, Hulu, Jason Statham, A24, Alex-Garland, Buckley, Garland, Jessie Buckley, Rob Hardy, Jessie Buckley Wild Rose, Rory Kinnear Skyfall

What It’s Like Filming ‘The World’s Greatest Love Scene’ When You And Romeo Can’t Touch

Jessie Buckley is playing Juliet, and Josh O’Connor is playing Romeo, but there’s no audience – and there’s a huge audience. “When news first broke that Buckley and O’Connor would appear together in a contemporary version of Romeo & Juliet, there was huge excitement among theatregoers. The idea was for a short autumn run at the Lyttleton theatre, in a stage production directed by Simon Godwin. When Covid put a stop to audiences, Godwin brought his actors together for the dates they’d been booke...
Tags: Art, Theatre, World, Shakespeare, Audience, Lyttleton, Buckley, Juliet, Godwin, O'Connor, Romeo Juliet, Jessie Buckley, Simon Godwin, Josh O Connor, COVID, 03.20.21

A.J. Buckley On Bringing His Experience As A Father To ‘SEAL Team’: ‘You Worry About All The Things That Can Potentially Happen To You’

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ClassDojo’s second act comes with first profits

ClassDojo’s first eight years as an edtech consumer startup could look like failure: zero revenue; no paid users; and a team that hasn’t aggressively grown in years. But the company, which helps parents and teachers communicate about students, has raised tens of millions in venture capital from elite Silicon Valley investors including Y Combinator, GSV, SignalFire and General Catalyst over its life. If you ask co-founder Sam Chaudhary to explain how the startup survived so long without bringing ...
Tags: TC, San Francisco, Tech, Netflix, United States, Silicon Valley, Airbnb, Khan Academy, Edtech, General Catalyst, B2b, Hunt, Buckley, SignalFire, Chaudhary, ClassDojo

This Dyson space heater and air purifier has helped curb my asthma and allergy flare-ups in a house with four pets

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Steph Coelho/Insider The Dyson Pure Hot + Cool (HP04) is powerful enough to comfortably heat a 1,200 square foot room. It has impressive air purification features that keep pet hair and dander from exacerbating my asthma. Unlike other air purification units, the Dyson also provides a host of detailed air quality data via an app. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky I adore my pets. I share a home...
Tags: Reviews, Home, Cdc, Trends, Bedroom, Home Office, Epa, Smart Home, Dyson, Buckley, Labrador, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Environmental Protection Agency EPA, Pm, Bryan Buckley, Google Home

‘Ex Machina’ Director Alex Garland’s New A24 Movie Eyes Jessie Buckley for Lead Role

It’s now been three years since writer/director Alex Garland made Annihilation, a visually stunning, occasionally confounding, and ultimately jaw-dropping piece of science fiction cinema that ended up being my favorite film of 2018. And after diving into television with his Hulu limited series Devs, Garland is finally plotting his return to moviemaking. His enigmatic new film for A24 is eying Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, Fargo) and Rory Kinnear (Skyfall) in starring roles, and you can read everyt...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, James Bond, Men, Hulu, A24, Scott Rudin, Ex Machina, Alex-Garland, Kinnear, Buckley, Garland, Jessie Buckley, Rory Kinnear, Bill Tanner

Garland, Buckley, Kinnear & A24 Team for New Feature Project, Men

Garland, Buckley, Kinnear & A24 Team for New Feature Project, Men It’s been three years since Oscar nominee Alex Garland stepped behind the camera for the film world and now he’s making his way back to the feature world as he’s set his next project, Men, at A24 with Jessie Buckley (I’m Thinking of Ending Things) and Rory Kinnear (Penny Dreadful) in talks to star, according to Deadline. RELATED: James Wan’s Return to Horror Malignant Scores R-Rating PB ...
Tags: Movies, Ilana Glazer, Oscar, Hulu, Paramount Pictures, A24, Scott Rudin, Ex Machina, Alex Garland, Kinnear, Buckley, Garland, Andrew MacDonald, Jessie Buckley, Rory Kinnear, ComingSoon

The lives they lived and the court they shaped: Remembering those we lost in 2020

The lead plaintiffs in three landmark civil rights cases. A government lawyer who argued at the Supreme Court more than anyone else in the 20th century. A chief justice’s right-hand man. A trailblazing feminist who became a transformative justice. These were among the people we lost in a year that was so defined by death. As the year comes to a close, SCOTUSblog looks back at some of the individuals who died in 2020 after living lives that brought them – at different times and for different reas...
Tags: John Lewis, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, China, Virginia, Court, Alabama, America, Georgia, Reagan, Cnn, Pennsylvania, United States, Ronald Reagan

Lessons for halting the right’s descent into madness

SACRAMENTO >> One of the modern conservative movement’s greatest leaders, the late William F. Buckley Jr., retold a fascinating story from the run-up to the 1964 presidential election. As he explained in the Wall Street Journal in 2008, Buckley and his allies convinced Barry Goldwater to distance himself from the John Birch Society — a conspiracy-minded group that touted his candidacy. Buckley noted that the society’s president, Robert Welch, had at the time a “near-hypnotic” influence on the ri...
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A former Mitt Romney policy expert explains why what most people call 'conservative' in America today should really be called something else: Libertarianism

US Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Bill Cassidy (R-LA), and Mitch McConnell (R-KY). Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images Paul Constant is a writer at Civic Ventures, a cofounder of the Seattle Review of Books, and a frequent cohost of the "Pitchfork Economics" podcast with Nick Hanauer and David Goldstein. In this week's episode of Pitchfork Economics, Hanauer and Goldstein spoke with Oren Cass, the domestic policy director for Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign and execu...
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Are You a Chlorophyll Clod?

  Rufus patrols the border. It’s hard to stay on top of runaway name-calling. Most of the tried and true insults now look like tread-bare bald tires, but a new slur my wife Rose has recently used got under my skin. “Don’t be a clod.” It uncovers a weakness of mine. I love the world of plants; I’ve got the green covered; but I don’t want to be a clod all the time. Chlorophyll is hard at work for me all year long, but summer heat is aggravating the clod out of me. Let me explain. I lean left. ...
Tags: Gardening, White House, America, Donald Trump, Duke, Trump, Rose, Buckley, Rufus, Rose Garden, Herbert, White House Rose Garden, Christopher Buckley, Allen Bush, Ministry of Controversy, Trump Hotels

Postmates is launching a new retail delivery feature as brick and mortar stores face 14% drop in sales

Postmates is now rolling out what could be the biggest update to the company’s service in a long time — adding a retail option for users to shop local stores and for local merchants to set up a virtual on-demand storefront in the app. Starting in Los Angeles — and building on yesterday’s test run pop-up shop with the Los Angeles Rams — Postmates users will be able to shop local merchants listed in the company’s new retail tab in the Postmates app called, appropriately, “shop”. LA Rams, Fana...
Tags: Food, TC, Shopping, Electronics, La, US, Los Angeles, Tech, Nike, Online Shopping, Retail, Postmates, Southwest, Venice Beach, Buckley, Abbott Kinney

Griffith, Pepdjonovic and Buckley of Marcus & Millichap broker $5.125 million sale of two apartment buildings

Waltham, MA Marcus & Millichap completed the sale of two apartment buildings for a total of $5.125 million. 30A Amory Rd., an 11 unit apartment building sold for $2.8 million while 266-274 River St., a 10 unit apartment building sold for $2.325 million. Evan Griffith, first v...
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Buckley lands 'most unbelievable knockout in UFC history'

Joaquin Buckley delivers what the UFC called "the most unbelievable" knockout in its history at Fight Island Five in Abu Dhabi.
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CS Score Reviews Greenland and Interviews Composer Genevieve Vincent

CS Score Reviews Greenland and Interviews Composer Genevieve Vincent Welcome back, film score lovers! It’s crazy that it’s already been two weeks since the last CS Score, but that’s how time operates in this very strange time we live in. Fret not, we’ve got some fun film score goodies for you to check out. First, we’re gonna offer you a sneak peak at the upcoming score to Apple TV’s Tiny World from composer Benjamin Wallfisch, followed by a review of David Buckley’s score to the action disas...
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‘Fargo’ Season 4 Review: An Ambitious, Overstuffed, Ultra-Quirky Crime Saga

The Coen Brothers make movies about quirky characters, but it would be nice if Noah Hawley and the team behind the Fargo TV series would remember that there’s more to those movies than the quirk. In adapting both the Fargo movie and borrowing several other beats from the Big Book of Coen, the Fargo TV series leans heavily on the quirkiness, and season 4 practically goes overboard, populating this latest installment with a collection of individuals who all behave like visitors from another plane...
Tags: Movies, America, Features, Italy, Kansas City, Fargo, Noah Hawley, FX, Miller, Coen Brothers, Buckley, Jack Huston, Coen, Jason-Schwartzman, Olyphant, Loy

Sacramento Salons Reopen Indoors For First Time In Months Amid Pandemic

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‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ Review: Charlie Kaufman’s Long, Strange Trip is a Surreal Masterwork

“I’m thinking of ending things.” So thinks a young woman (Jessie Buckley) as she sets off for a road trip with her boyfriend Jake (Jesse Plemons) to meet Jake’s parents. The young couple has been dating for about six weeks, and there’s a spark between them – albeit an awkward one. But as the car plods on, the snow drifts down, and the wiper blades hypnotically cut back and forth, the young woman can’t shake that thought, lodged in her brain like song lyrics, or a parasite. “I’m thinking of endi...
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How Tucker Carlson went from a CIA reject to the most-watched person on cable news, accused of peddling prejudice to millions

Fox News host Tucker Carlson discusses 'Populism and the Right' during the National Review Institute's Ideas Summit at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on March 29, 2019, in Washington, DC. Fox News host Tucker Carlson discusses 'Populism and the Right' during the National Review Institute's Ideas Summit at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel March 29, 2019 in Washington, DC. Tucker Carlson, 51, is the host of the "Tucker Carlson Tonight" on Fox News — currently the most-watched ...
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‘It starts with a conversation’: How Buckley’s Auto Care Uses Openbay Otis Advanced Online Chat to Engage Website Visitors and Grow Services

Buckley’s Auto Care is a proud NAPA AutoCare Center and one of the oldest family-owned and operated automotive repair and service centers in the state of Delaware. There are many reasons for Buckley’s Auto Care’s enduring success and they all share a common thread: a deep dedication to their customers and the Maryland community they serve. Buckley’s Auto Care President Greg Buckley continues the traditions started by his father Gene 55 years ago. Greg waited on his first customer when he was 8...
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