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Conservative NY Times Columnist Remembers His Freewheeling, Sexually Confident, Multiply Married Modernist Painter Grandmother (Who Had Diego Rivera For A Lover)

Bret Stephens pays tribute to Annette Nancarrow (the composer Conlon was the third of her four husbands), a genteel, well-to-do Manhattan Jewish girl who ran off to Mexico City, became besties with Anaïs Nin, painted a mural alongside José Clemente Orozco, watched Diego and Frida fight, and judged Leon Trotsky’s clothes. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, Mexico City, Manhattan, Diego Rivera, Diego, Anais Nin, Bret Stephens, Leon Trotsky, Conlon, Frida, Jose Clemente Orozco, 03.21.20, Conservative NY Times, Annette Nancarrow


‘World’s Largest’ Firework Successfully Launches Over Colorado Town

(STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo.) — A massive firework launched over a Colorado ski resort town has set a record for the world’s largest aerial firework. The 2,800-pound (1,270-kilogram) shell flew 2,200 feet (671 meters) above the Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival before it burst, turning the sky bright red and drawing gasps from the crowd, The Steamboat Pilot & Today reported. Tim Borden of Steamboat Springs headed the team that developed the firework over seven years. Borden first attempted to ...
Tags: News, Colorado, Uncategorized, United Arab Emirates, World Records, Guinness World Records, Fireworks, Guinness, Steamboat Springs, Borden, Conlon, Colorado Town, Onetime, Christina Conlon, Tim Borden


Historic wins for Limerick, Mullingar and New Forest in AIG Ladies Cup and Shields

New Forest’s player-manager Anne Naughton (right) leads the New Forest Haka following their win in the AIG Minor Cup Final at Knightsbrook Hotel and Golf Resort. image by Jenny Matthews/ Cashman Photography An epic final day in the AIG Ladies Cups and Shields Finals produced its usual share of joy and heartbreak at Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort.Limerick and East Cork cla...
Tags: Sport, Aig, Golf, New Forest, Mccarthy, Westport, Mcgrath, Limerick, Murray, Walsh, Juan, Conway, Masterson, Heather, Edwards, Hogan


Rose Hills salesman’s lawsuit alleges the cemetery undermines him because he’s not Asian

A Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuaries salesman has accused his employer of discriminating against him because he’s not of Asian descent, unlike a large number of the cemetery’s clients. Bill Conlon is suing his employer, Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuaries (Photo courtesy BOHM Law Group) Building rapport with the Asian community in Southern California is a primary business goal of Rose Hills’ corporate owners, but Bill Conlon, 58, of Fullerton, who is white, said he wasn’t viewed as ...
Tags: Lawsuit, News, Sport, Soccer, North America, Southern California, Los Angeles Superior Court, Mancuso, Fullerton, Roman Catholic Church, Guadalupe, El Monte, Conlon, Rose Hill, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


LA Opera illuminates Mozart’s neglected creation, ‘Clemency of Titus’

Although its story takes place centuries ago, Los Angeles Opera picked the perfect time to present an opera by Mozart that focuses on the role that enlightened compassion can play in the governance of a nation. And it’s an opera very few people have ever seen. As far as anyone can remember, Saturday was the first time Mozart’s opera of Imperial Rome, “The Clemency of Titus” (“La Clemenza di Tito”), had ever been presented in Los Angeles. It was unveiled in a visually stunning production at the D...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Verdi, Mozart, Thomas, Tut, Stuart Clark, Russell Thomas, Conlon, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles Opera, Cory Weaver, LA Opera, Grand Ave Los Angeles


Grace Notes: He Wrote a Best-Seller as a Detective. Now He’s Back in Police Headquarters — as a Writer.

Edward Conlon wrote “Blue Blood” before retiring in 2011 to write a novel. He’s back on the job, but has traded in his handcuffs for a keyboard.
Tags: News, New York City, Conlon, Books and Literature, Police Department (NYC, Edward W, Edward Conlon


LA Opera’s ‘Hansel and Gretel’ goes ‘Where the Wild Things Are’

‘Tis the season for Christmas Carols, Nutcrackers and Messiahs. ‘Tis also the season when opera companies strive to find holiday offerings that, if not literally, at least in spirit, celebrate this festive time of the year. San Francisco Opera has zeroed in on the latest, and sure to become a popular addition — Jake Heggie’s operatic transformation of Frank Capra’s classic film, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” “La Bohemes” are always a good holiday go-to with its Christmas Eve setting at the Café Momus...
Tags: Review, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Mother, Harry Potter, Theater, Brothers Grimm, Sandman, Frank Capra, Gretel, Namm, Anaheim, Wagner, Maurice Sendak, Bach


Fiona Ma for California state treasurer

California state treasurers play an important role in managing the state’s financial resources. Tasked with serving as the state’s banker, the treasurer administers the sale of bonds and serves on numerous boards, including those of the state pension giants CalPERS and CalSTRS. Such responsibilities give the treasurer a clear position of influence in important facets of state spending. With incumbent John Chiang leaving the office, voters have to choose new leadership. Running are John Conlon, w...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Endorsements, Ma, Calpers, Fiona Ma, Board of Equalization, Pepperdine, Rochester Institute of Technology, Conlon, John Chiang, Golden Gate University, 2018 State Endorsements, John Conlon


Nenagh win GUI All-Ireland Inter-Club Four-Ball

Billy Burke (Nenagh) bunkered at the 16th green during the 2018 GUI All Ireland Fourball Final at Limerick Golf Club today (16/09/2018). Picture by Pat Cashman Nenagh took the spoils in Limerick to win the GUI All-Ireland Inter-Club Four-Ball Championship for 2018.Billy Burke (70) and David McGrath (41) kept it together down the last to secure victory for the Tipperary club, deliv...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Mcgrath, Limerick, Burke, Malahide, Conlon, Amateur golf, Pat Cashman, Nenagh, Billy Burke, Billy Morgan, Limerick Golf Club, Garry Howard, GUI All Ireland Inter Club Four Ball, Billy Burke Nenagh


In the war on West Nile Virus, mosquito-eating fish are the latest biological weapon

Millie Cavafian lives in South Pasadena next door to a vacant home with an old swimming pool teeming with green algae. “Five minutes out of the house and we are bitten by mosquitoes. We have kids and they have complained about it,” she told Marc Mitchell, vector control specialist. Marc Mitchell talks to Emily, 5, and Andrew, 3, Cavafian after he found mosquito larva in a fountain in front of their house in South Pasadena on Aug. 9, 2018. (Photo by John McCoy) At one end of the kidney-shape...
Tags: Asia, News, California, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Mosquito, Public Health, Soccer, Levy, Sun, Pasadena, Local News, Orange County, Orange, St Louis


Dodgers demote Pedro Baez to Triple-A to clear spot for Caleb Ferguson

PITTSBURGH — A vocal portion of the Dodgers’ fan base finally got its wish Wednesday. The Dodgers optioned reliever Pedro Baez to Triple-A Oklahoma City. Unpopular out of proportion to his actual performance, Baez was moved to clear a roster spot for left-hander Caleb Ferguson who was needed to start Wednesday’s game. The door to Dodgers manager Dave Roberts’ office was closed for a long time before the Dodgers took the field for their pre-game workout Wednesday and Roberts was obviously bothere...
Tags: La, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, Ferguson, Oklahoma, Los-angeles-dodgers, New York Mets, Pedro, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma City, Mets, DAVE ROBERTS, Roberts, Dodgers


Debilitated Dodgers claim Conlon from Mets

The Dodgers, without starters Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill and Kenta Maeda, have claimed P.J. Conlon from the Mets.
Tags: Baseball, Mets, Dodgers, Kenta Maeda, Conlon, Clayton Kershaw Rich Hill, J Conlon, Debilitated Dodgers


Piecing together a starting rotation is Dodgers’ daily challenge

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts confers with players before facing the Colorado Rockies in a baseball game Saturday, June 2, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Los Angeles Dodgers’ Matt Kemp, left, advances to third base on a double hit by Joc Pederson as Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado covers the bag in the first inning of a baseball game Saturday, June 2, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Los A...
Tags: La, Sports, Sport, Soccer, United States, Mlb, Las Vegas, Wood, Denver, Los-angeles-dodgers, New York Mets, Colorado Rockies, Rockies, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma City, Phillies


Bistro owner offers gift certificate for return of cutout

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — A Vermont restaurant owner says he’ll give whoever returns a life-size cardboard cutout of himself stolen from an airport a $100 gift certificate to dine in. Bob Conlon said Wednesday he has no idea why anyone would want to steal the advertisement for Leunig’s Bistro. WCAX-TV reports Conlon would like […]
Tags: News, Vermont, Oddities, South Burlington, Vt AP, Conlon, Bob Conlon, Leunig s Bistro WCAX


Plácido Domingo commands LA Opera’s ‘Nabucco’ stage despite gimmicks

As the line from Gypsy goes, “You gotta get a gimmick if ya wanna get a hand.” Los Angeles Opera’s production of Giuseppe Verdi’s sword and sandal epic, “Nabucco” (which plays through Nov. 19 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion), relies on so many gimmicks that I gave up counting. There are gimmicks on top of gimmicks, gimmicks inside gimmicks. There are even gimmicks on stage after the opera’s over, including an audience sing-along led by conductor James Conlon and Nabucco himself, Plácido Domingo...
Tags: Milan, La, Kung Fu, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Theater, Donald Trump, Placido Domingo, Verdi, Giuseppe Verdi, Domingo, Nabucco, Abigaille, Grant Gershon


Think you know ‘Carmen’? Think again, as LA Opera stages an eye- and ear-opening experience

While the Dodgers were continuing their losing ways Saturday at Chavez Ravine, across the freeway at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion the Los Angeles Opera was hitting it out of the park with a marvelous season-opening performance of Georges Bizet’s “Carmen.” The production stars Puerto Rican mezzo soprano Ana Maria Martinez as the fiery Gypsy temptress; Italian tenor Ricardo Massi (making his LA Opera debut) as Don José the man she ensnares in her web; and Russian bass Alexander Vinogradov as the ...
Tags: La, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Mica, Carmen, Santa Monica Pier, Dodgers, Merc, Bizet, Georges Bizet, Grant Gershon, Conlon, Bandini, Chavez Ravine


Real Estate Mogul: Here’s Why You Should Buy

Real Estate mogul, Sean Conlon, host of The Deed: Chicago on CNBC, was recently asked the question, should you buy? Or should you rent a house? Conlon responded: “I am a true believer that you save every penny and you buy your first house… and that is still the fastest path to wealth in this […]
Tags: Real Estate, Chicago, Radio, Cnbc, Conlon, Market Information, real estate San Jose, Sean Conlon


Richard Conlon Joins SoundExchange To Head Industry Relations, Public Policy

SoundExchange has named Richard Conlon as Chief External Affairs Officer. He will oversee industry relations, corporate communications and public policy efforts.  The appointment comes at a time when SoundExchange is facing increased pressure from direct licensing deals.   Richard Conlon   Prior to joining SoundExchange, Conlon spent three years as a senior advisor to senior management at music publishers, record labels, collective rights management organizations and financial in...
Tags: Music, Richard, Bmi, Music Business, Music Tech, Streaming & Cloud, Broadcast & Satellite, Bruce Houghton, SoundExchange, Conlon, Richard Conlon, Michael Huppe, SoundExchange Conlon


Los Angeles Times: The accidental opera star: 'A lot of the purists, they don’t believe my story'

Morris Robinson, the accidental opera star (LATimes) John Malveaux   of  www.MusicUNTOLD.com   writes: Bass-Baritone Morris Robinson in Los Angeles  http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-ca-cm-morris-robinson-20170129-story.html The Los Angeles Times By Christopher Smith January 26, 2017 Opera is often called the most irrational art form. Seen through that lens, bass singer Morris Robinson’s unlikely career path makes wonderful ...
Tags: Washington, Religion, NFL, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles Times, South Carolina, 3m, New England, South, Mozart, Morris, Robinson, Denise, Boston Lyric Opera


James Conlon Will Stay With L.A. Opera At Least Through 2020-2021 Season

Conlon is celebrating his 10th anniversary with the opera, and so far he's conducted "a record number of performances."
Tags: Art, Music, Conlon, James Conlon


5 Tips to Protect Yourself From Zika Virus During Travels

Fall and winter are not without their benefits. The time of year affords brisk walks without the incessant need to slap away the flying nuisances. Mosquito season blissfully comes to an end and the fear of bites drops to zero. However, if you are looking to travel to warmer climes, don’t be complacent. With warnings of the Zika virus continuing in the news, it is best to be prepared. Especially if your fun adventure falls into or near a Zika hot zone. According to the Centers for Disease Control...
Tags: Health, Cdc, Heart Health, Epa, Fox News Channel, US Navy, Zika Virus, Zika, West Nile, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Mosquitos, LOU DOBBS, FreeDigitalPhotos, Conlon


Chicago entrepreneur Sean Conlon to star in CNBC real estate rescue show, 'The Deed'

Sean Conlon, the Chicago real estate mogul who went from being a janitor in 1990 to running a successful and diversified real estate business, is the latest hometown businessman to become the star of a CNBC reality show. Conlon, 47, will star in "The Deed," a show that will follow him rescuing...
Tags: Chicago, Cnbc, Conlon


Donald Trump's Properties Were Sued At Least Eight Times For Disabilities Violations

At least eight times over the last 19 years, GOP presidential nominee  Donald Trump’s properties have been subject to lawsuits for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act, court records show. Additionally, a federal inspection found ADA violations at one of his properties. Only once did Trump come close to winning, in a suit that was dismissed at the request of both sides. Five of the cases were settled, while two ended in consent decrees requiring building modifications and one met its...
Tags: New York, News, Office, Gop, New York Times, Atlantic City, Department Of Justice, Donald Trump, Ada, Huffington Post, Trump, HuffPost, Atlantic City New Jersey, Trump Taj Mahal, Munson, Ben Walsh


Pictures of Baseball’s Golden Era, Yours for a Stack of Green

The collection from the photographer Charles M. Conlon, which includes portraits of Ruth, Gehrig and DiMaggio and Ty Cobb’s famous slide into third, is expected to sell for more than $1 million.
Tags: Photography, Baseball, Ty, Cobb, DiMaggio, Ty Cobb, Conlon


Here's Why Mosquitoes Really Won't Leave You Alone

Illustrated by Elliot Salazar. This article was originally published July 20, 2015.You can always count on a mosquito bite to ruin a fun summer evening. But you've probably noticed that one of your friends (or maybe it's you) seems to have an uncanny ability to attract all the little fiends, while the rest of your crew gets off relatively easily. Although scientists don't know the full picture yet, they do have some pretty good ideas about why the little guys are so attracted to certain peop...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Epa, Conlon, Elliot Salazar, American Mosquito Control Association


Don't Resist This Starch

It has been called the skinny carb, resistant fiber, and resistant starch. Whatever you call it, research shows it can help you lose belly fat, feel full, lower your blood sugar, and increase your helpful bacteria. Why Does it Help? The more your blood sugar goes up and down, the more you gain weight and the more you are at risk for the complications of diabetes. Resistant starch helps stabilize your blood sugar more than any other known compound. In fact, it was first discovered in 1984 as a...
Tags: DICE, Johnson, Huffington Post, Don, Robertson, New England Journal of Medicine, Conlon, Alan Christianson, Yuan Tsong Chen, Francine Kaufman, Chen Y T Cornblath, Sidbury JB Cornstarch, Jung U J Choi, Zhang L Li HT2 Shen L Fang, Treatment of Obesity, Paredes S Ribeiro


Cruise.co.uk seeks private equity investment

Cruise.co.uk managing director Seamus Conlon has confirmed the business is seeking new investment from a private equity firm. Speaking exclusively to Travolution's sister title Travel Weekly following reports in the national press, Conlon said he expected a deal to be struck later this year. [Author: RBI.BusinessObjects.Author]
Tags: Rbi.businessobjects.author, Travolution, Conlon, Seamus Conlon


The innovators: burglar alarms upgraded for the smartphone age

Cocoon uses a microphone to detect sounds outside of the hearing range of humans to alert you to intrudersAs history has it, the young Isaac Newton found inspiration for the theory of gravity by watching apples fall to the ground. Dan Conlon’s big idea was born after smashing the bell box of a faulty alarm system off the side of his house in the early hours of the morning as the ringing kept the neighbourhood awake.It was not the first time Conlon had had a problem with an alarm. The 32-year-old...
Tags: Business, Technology, Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Technology sector, Isaac Newton, Dan Conlon, Conlon


Universal Music Publishing Group Names Former BMI Senior Executive...

Universal Music Publishing Group today announced it has entered into an agreement with Richard Conlon, former Senior Vice President - Corporate Strategy, Communications & New Media for Broadcast Music, Inc. , for his services as a Special Advisor on Performing Rights. Reporting to Michael J. Sammis, UMPG EVP Operations and CFO, and David Kokakis, SVP/Head of Business & Legal Affairs and Business Development, Mr. Conlon will be counseling the company on matters related to advocating, protecting a...
Tags: Universal Music Publishing Group, Conlon, Richard Conlon, Michael J Sammis, David Kokakis, UMPG