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Ontario Flyer Sneak Peeks January 17th – 23rd: Freshco, No Frills, and Food Basics

  Flyer sneak peeks for the week beginning January the 17th are now available on our forum! We have the No Frills, Freshco, and Food Basics flyers, viewable by clicking the links below. Here are some of the highlights for the week: Freshco Lays Potato Chips $1.88 Field Cucumbers 79 cents Sweet Potatoes .79/lb Villaggio Bread, Dempster’s Tortillas, or D’Italiano Rolls $2.49 Swiss Chalet Chicken or Beef Pies $5.99 Goldfish Crackers $2 Takis 2/$5 VH Sauce $1.88 Astro Yogurt Tubs $1.88 Barilla Pas...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Ontario, Chapman, Vickie, Barilla, Dempster, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Food Basics, Freshco, No frills, Tostitos, Astro Yogurt Tubs, Christie Crackers, Goldfish Crackers, Takis


Short Fiction Hoffmann, E.T.A.: The Jesuit's Church in G-, v1, 15 Jan 2019

This version of The Jesuits' Church in G- is taken from Tales from the German, which contains 17 stories by several German authors translated by John Oxenford (1812-1877) and C.A. Feiling for the Chapman and Hall 1844 edition. Three of the stories were by E.T.A. Hoffman, and were translated by John Oxenford. This story is told in the first person by the author, and tells of a man working at a Jesuit church who is blessed and tormented by his sense of the sublime, and his remarkable abilities as ...
Tags: Books, Kindle Books, Chapman, Hoffman, Hoffmann, John Oxenford


Short Fiction Hoffmann, E.T.A.: The Jesuits' Church in G-, v1, 15 Jan 2019

This version of The Jesuits' Church in G- is taken from Tales from the German, which contains 17 stories by several German authors translated by John Oxenford (1812-1877) and C.A. Feiling for the Chapman and Hall 1844 edition. Three of the stories were by E.T.A. Hoffman, and were translated by John Oxenford. This story is told in the first person by the author, and tells of a man working at a Jesuit church who is blessed and tormented by his sense of the sublime, and his remarkable abilities as...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Chapman, Hoffman, Hoffmann, John Oxenford


Short Fiction Hoffmann, E.T.A.:The Elementary Spirit. v1 12 Jan 2019

E.T.A Hoffmann (1776-1822) was a Prussian artist, author, caricaturist, composer, lawyer, musical director, and musician. He wrote many short stories and novellas, though not all have been translated into English. This translation of The Elementary Spirit is taken from Tales from the German, and translated by John Oxenford (1812-1877) for the Chapman and Hall 1844 edition. The story is set in France soon after Waterloo, and deals with the interaction of an Irish officer and a French noblewoman...
Tags: Books, France, Kindle Books, Waterloo, Chapman, Hoffmann, Elementary Spirit, John Oxenford


Housing outlook for 2019: Is it too late to buy a home?

2013 was the comeback year. After six long years of sluggish sales, plummeting prices, failed tax incentives and a flood of foreclosures, the housing market at long last had rebounded. Southern California home sales trickled up. And prices jumped 23 percent. 2014 was a hangover year. But by 2015, the housing market was back for good, the Great Recession a distant, bitter memory. Bidding wars abounded. Buyers competed with investors paying cash. Purchase offers started piling up days after a home...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Federal Reserve, Orange County, Orange, Cal State Fullerton, Usc, Ucla, Southern California, Chapman, California State University Fullerton, Chapman University


Short Fiction Hoffman, E.T.A. The Golden Pot: v1, 7 Jan 2019

E.T.A Hoffmann (1776-1822) was a Prussian artist, author, caricaturist, composer, lawyer, musical director, and musician. He wrote many short stories and novellas, though not all have been translated into English. This translation of The Golden Pot is taken from volume 22 of The Works of Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) edited by D.H. Trail (1842-1900), published by Chapman and Hall in 1898. The plot is very complex, and moves to and fro between a student's life in Dresden, where he falls in love wi...
Tags: Books, Kindle Books, Dresden, Fairyland, Chapman, Hoffman, Golden Pot


Chapman’s double-double helps lead Weber St past NAU 77-52

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Brekkott Chapman finished with 17 points and a career-high 16 rebounds and Weber State pulled away from Northern Arizona in the second half for a 77-52 win Thursday night. The Wildcats (9-5, 3-0 Big Sky Conference) led 31-27 at halftime before launching into a 20-3 run in which six different players […]
Tags: News, Sports, Weber, Chapman, Wildcats, Northern Arizona, NAU, Weber State, OGDEN Utah AP, Brekkott Chapman


Chapman's double-double helps lead Weber St past NAU 77-52

Brekkott Chapman finished with 17 points and a career-high 16 rebounds and Weber State pulled away from Northern Arizona in the second half for a 77-52 win            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Weber, Chapman, Northern Arizona, NAU, Weber State, Brekkott Chapman


Ultralearning Environments: Why Where You Learn Determines How Much You Learn

Why are we suddenly getting much better at Tetris? Author and vlogger, John Green, raises this very interesting question in a recent video. Tetris was released for the Nintendo in 1984. At that time, far more people were playing Tetris than there are today. And yet, performance on Tetris is better now, than it was then. A lot better. Which brings up an interesting point: why would far fewer players, playing a game which is less objectively popular, nonetheless be much better at the game now, th...
Tags: Learning, Mit, Tetris, Nintendo, Lifehacks, John Green, Miles, Bannister, Chapman, Twitter and Instagram, Roger Bannister, Patrick Collison, Sabine Hossenfelder, David Chapman, Michael Nielson, David Chapman Mismatch


Ultramarathons in South Africa

It’s the start of the year and time for new resolutions. If completing trail running in your hometown seems like kids’ stuff, consider an ultramarathon overseas. South Africa hosts several ultramarathons that may just be the highlight of your year. South African races like the Comrades Marathon and Two Oceans Ultra Marathon are well-known globally, but the list of ultra-races is growing, as is the community of runners gearing up to take them on. Here’s everything you need to know about ultra...
Tags: Travel, Earth, Nature, South Africa, Running, Cape Town, Hodgson, Namibia, East London, Durban, World Heritage, Pietermaritzburg, Atlantic Ocean, Eastern Cape, Chapman, Valley


Best Longform of 2018

If you’re not a regular reader of my site, please do me a favor and subscribe to the email (it comes infrequently — whenever I add a post here). I write about business, technology, history, mental models (a lot of those), and all the random interesting stuff I’m reading about. It’s a hodge-podge and I hope you’ll enjoy. At the beginning of last year I decided I was going to spend more time reading books in 2018. I set myself a goal of 30 on Goodreads and blew past that by year end. While it f...
Tags: New York, Isis, Hollywood, London, Buzzfeed, Washington Post, Senate, Islamic State, Iraq, New York City, Uncategorized, America, Seo, Earth, Bbc, Ford


Chapman’s Canada: Request Your $4 Coupon For 2019!

Each year, Chapman’s Canada offers a fantastic coupon to loyal customers! As it is now a new year, there should be a brand new coupon they will mail out to those who request one from them. In previous years, including last year, the coupon has been for $4 off the purchase of any Chapman’s products, and it will likely be the same this year. The coupon should be valid through to the end of 2019, but keep in mind they are flooded with requests at the beginning of the year, and so your coupon could...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Chapman, Chapmans, Canadian Deals & Coupons


19 Places You Should Visit in 2019

2018 is now officially over, thank goodness, and since this is the start of the New Year I thought I would share some of my top travel picks for 2019. Some are obvious choices, others a little more unexpected but all are amazing places to discover for one reason or another. Also, these are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. I don’t want to see anyone complaining that one destination is ranked higher or lower than another one; they all have my love and admiration. Non-Coastal USA I explored a lot of my ow...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Europe, Usa, Australia, China, Germany, Southeast Asia, India, Africa, Disney, US, America, Colombia, Thailand, Frankfurt


Navy issues EIS for sonar testing, training; Ige reappoints three department heads; Pearl Harbor stays open amid federal shutdown; more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Humpback whale feeding, breeding zones. NOAA The U.S. Navy is moving forward with training and testing in Hawaii-Southern California waters after re-evaluating potential environmental impacts of their activities. “These military readiness activities include the use of active sonar and explosives at sea off the coasts of Hawaii and Southern California,” according to the final EIS. Garden Island.Read the Navy's Hawaii-Southern California Training and Testing Environmental Impact Statement/O...
Tags: Travel, Navy, Kentucky, Usda, Arkansas, Hawaii, Noaa, Nevada, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii Island, Southern California, Maui, Eis, Honolulu, Chapman, U S District Court


The 20 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2018

What a whirlwind of a year it has been for legal technology. Barely a week into 2018, industry-changing news broke of Avvo’s sale to Internet Brands. Legal tech news has been nonstop ever since – so much that it’s a struggle to keep up with it all. For several years now, I’ve closed out the year with a round-up of the 10 most important legal developments (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013). Last year, I bypassed the top 10 to focus on a single overarching development, The Year of Women in Legal Tech. This ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Florida, UK, New York, London, Microsoft, Law, Washington, Russia, Uncategorized, Toronto, San Francisco, Georgia, Analytics, Portland


The 20 Most Important Legal Technology Developments of 2018

What a whirlwind of a year it has been for legal technology. Barely a week into 2018, industry-changing news broke of Avvo’s sale to Internet Brands. Legal tech news has been nonstop ever since – so much that it’s a struggle to keep up with it all. For several years now, I’ve closed out the year with a round-up of the 10 most important legal developments (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013). Last year, I bypassed the top 10 to focus on a single overarching development, The Year of Women in Legal Tech. This ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Florida, UK, New York, London, Microsoft, Law, Washington, Russia, Uncategorized, Toronto, San Francisco, Georgia, Analytics, Portland


Americans earning over $200,000 are flocking to these neighborhoods

U.S. unemployment is near a 50-year low, economic growth is brisk and the stock market – despite a disappointing 2018 – has paid generous returns since the financial crisis of a decade ago. But not for everyone. The chasm between rich and poor hasn’t been this wide since data collection began in the 1960s. Workers experience starkly different versions of America depending on which city or neighborhood they live in. A contractor places cement outside a home under construction in the Stanley M...
Tags: Amazon, Business, Florida, Real Estate, New York, News, Housing, Washington, New York City, America, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Palmer, Citigroup, Houston


Leona Maguire starts well in LET card bid

Leona Maguire of Ireland during the first round of the Lalla Aicha Tour School at Amelkis Golf Club, Marrakech, Morocco. 15 December 2018. Credit: Tristan Jones Leona Maguire got her bid for a Ladies European Tour card off to a positive start when she opened with a four-under 68 to lie just three shots off the pace in the Lalla Aicha Tour School in Morocco.The Slieve Russell star ...
Tags: Europe, England, France, Germany, Spain, Sport, Bbc, Thailand, Ireland, South Africa, Lewis Hamilton, Morocco, Paris, Golf, Justin Rose, European Tour


A's 3B Chapman has surgery on left shoulder

Matt Chapman, who had surgery on his right thumb Oct. 16, had surgery Friday on his left shoulder and is expected to begin swinging a bat in six weeks.
Tags: Baseball, Chapman, Matt Chapman


California homebuying will tumble 12% in 2019, Chapman U. predicts

California house hunters, perhaps spooked by a cooling job market, will balk at high prices and push homes sales down 12 percent, a Chapman University forecast shows. Chapman’s 2019 forecast predicts statewide sales of existing single-family and condos of 357,000 in 2019 — down 48,000 purchases in a year or a 12 percent drop. In 2014-18, sales averaged 407,400 annually. This outlook is harsher than the cooling seen by the California Association of Realtors: A 3.3 percent sales drop in 2019 after...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, News, California, Housing, California News, Sport, Economy, Soccer, Chapman, Chapman University, California Association Of Realtors, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB


Chargers rookie Derwin James thrives in multiple roles

Los Angeles Chargers free safety Derwin James (33) celebrates during the first half of an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, in Carson, Calif. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo ) Los Angeles Chargers free safety Derwin James (33) celebrates during the first half of an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, in Carson, Calif. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo ) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds The Chargers Derwin James (33) celebra...
Tags: Sports, NFL, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Arizona Cardinals, Melvin Gordon, National Football League, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Pittsburgh Steelers, Florida State, Jacksonville


We got inside the See’s Candies factory to see how a real chocolate factory works

The sweet smell of chocolate hits your nose as soon as you step through the doors. It’s peak production time at the See’s Candies factory in Los Angeles. Despite all the various types of machinery, however, the factory also seems unusually quiet, as workers are able to chat at a normal volume even as the factory is putting out up to 167,000 pounds of its confections every day. On the main floor, automation helps with about half of what it takes to create the candy, the rest of the work is done b...
Tags: Holidays, California, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Lucy, Snoop Dogg, Southern California, Chapman, Studio City, Dave Chapman, Moldafsky, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


We went inside the See’s Candies factory to see how a real chocolate factory works

The sweet smell of chocolate hits your nose as soon as you step through the doors. It’s peak production time at the See’s Candies factory in Los Angeles. Despite all the various types of machinery, however, the factory also seems unusually quiet, as workers are able to chat at a normal volume even as the factory is making up to 167,000 pounds of confections every day. On the main floor, automation helps with about half of what it takes to create the candy, the rest is done by hand. It helps to b...
Tags: Holidays, California, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Lucy, Snoop Dogg, Southern California, Chapman, Studio City, Dave Chapman, Moldafsky, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


Dog the Bounty Hunter: Were Waiting to See If My Wifes Cancer Has Spread

Thinking positive thoughts. Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman gave an exclusive update to Us Weekly about his wife, Beth Chapman, following her emergency surgery that revealed that her cancer had returned. Celebrity Health Scares “They got most of the throat cancer out,” the reality star, 65, told Us on Wednesday, November 28, just one day after Beth underwent the emergency procedure in L.A. “Her airway is clear now, but the doctors are afraid that it has spread. They are doing a...
Tags: Colorado, Religion, Los Angeles, US Weekly, Chapman, Beth, Duane, Beth Chapman, TOP VIDEOS, New York City Ilya, Beth Chapman Stars Who Beat Cancer


Dog the Bounty Hunter: Wife Beth ‘Remains Incredibly Strong’ After Cancer Recurrence

Staying strong. Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman has confirmed that his wife Beth Chapman’s throat cancer has returned. Dog the Bounty Hunter and Beth Chapman arrive at the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 7, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jason Merritt/Getty Images Stars Who Beat Cancer “She had a lump in her throat twice the size of last time, and they performed an emergency surgery yesterday,” the 65-year-old tells Us Week...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, US Weekly, Hunter, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Chapman, Las Vegas Nevada, Beth, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Duane, Beth Chapman, MUSIC CELEBS


Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Wife Beths Throat Cancer Has Returned

Beth Chapman’s throat cancer has returned. Doctors discovered the cancer as Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman’s wife underwent emergency surgery on Tuesday, November 27, a source confirms to Us Weekly. Stars Who Beat Cancer Us confirmed earlier on Tuesday that Beth was undergoing emergency surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Dog, who has been with Beth for more than 30 years, told Us on Tuesday that he was staying by his wife’s side at the hospital and “praying...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, Craig, Celeb Gossip, US Weekly, Chapman, Beth, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, West Hollywood California, Duane, Beth Chapman, Duane Chapman


Beth Chapman ‘Knew Something Was Up’ Before Cancer Recurrence

Seeing the signs. Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman’s wife, Beth Chapman, “knew something was up” before finding out that her throat cancer returned, a source tells Us Weekly exclusively. Celebrity Health Scares “Beth had not been feeling well for a number of months and finally decided to get checked out,” the source reveals. “She needed to see her specialist, who is based in Los Angeles. Thankfully, she did when she did. It could have been dramatically worse if she never had tha...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, US Weekly, Chapman, Beth, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Duane, Beth Chapman, Duane Chapman, Bauer Griffin, TOP VIDEOS, Duane Lee Chapman Jr


Chapman scores season-best 18, Weber St. topples Benedictine

Brekkott Chapman scored 18 points on six 3-pointers, five players reached double digits and Weber State ran away from Benedictine University of Arizona 100-61 after a week away from the court over the holiday            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Benedictine, Weber, Chapman, Brekkott Chapman, Weber St, Benedictine University of Arizona


Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Wife Beths Throat Cancer Has Returned: Report

Duane Chapman and Beth Chapman leave Craig’s after having dinner in West Hollywood, California on November 26, 2018. MEGA Beth Chapman’s throat cancer has reportedly returned. TMZ reports that doctors discovered the cancer as Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman’s wife underwent emergency surgery on Tuesday, November 27. Stars Who Beat Cancer Us Weekly confirmed on Tuesday that Beth was undergoing emergency surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. Dog, who has b...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, Craig, US Weekly, Chapman, Beth, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, West Hollywood California, Duane, Beth Chapman, Duane Chapman, TOP VIDEOS, Stars Who Beat Cancer Us Weekly


Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Wife Beth Chapman Undergoes Emergency Surgery

Beth Chapman, who is married to Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman, is undergoing emergency surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday, November 27, Us Weekly can confirm. Celebrity Health Scares The Blast, which broke the news, reports that Beth, 51, traveled to L.A. in recent weeks because she “felt sick” and wanted to see a specialist. Doctors later discovered a large blockage in her throat. Beth Chapman and Duane Chapman attend the Sunset on the Beach ...
Tags: Dog, Religion, Los Angeles, Hawaii, US Weekly, Chapman, Beth, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Waikiki Hawaii, Duane, Beth Chapman, Duane Chapman, Queen 's Surf Beach, Darryl Oumi Getty, MUSIC CELEBS