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‘Bosch’, Amazon’s Longest Running Show, Ending With Season 7

R.I.P., Bosch. The series, which stars  Titus Welliver as Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch (yes, that’s his name), was just renewed for a seventh and final season, which will make it Amazon’s longest-running show to date. Season six has yet to premiere, but it’s time for you Bosch-heads to start getting ready to say your goodbyes. Based on the books by Michael Connelly, Bosch launched on Amazon in 2014. Bosch season 6 is premiering later in 2020, which is good news for Bosch fans. Not so good news: ...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Lapd, Bosch, Connelly, Michael Connelly, Harry Bosch, Amazon Originals, Eric Overmyer, Bosch Amazon, Albert Cheng COO, Hieronymus Harry Bosch, Jerry Edgar Jamie Hector, Michael Connelly Bosch, Co Head of Television

Bosch Renewed for a Seventh and Final Season at Amazon

Bosch renewed for a seventh and final season at Amazon Ahead of Bosch’s return for its upcoming sixth season later this year, Amazon Prime has officially renewed their long-running police procedural series for a seventh and final season. Based on Michael Connelly’s bestselling novel series, the Titus Welliver-led drama was one of Amazon’s first original drama series which debuted in 2014. “I’m proud of what we have accomplished with Bosch and look forward to completing the story in Season 7....
Tags: Amazon, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Amazon Prime, TV News, Bosch, Jamie Hector, Connelly, Payne, Overmyer, Michael Connelly, Chris Vance, Harry Bosch, Lance Reddick, Eric Overmyer

‘Bosch’ Renewed for Seventh and Final Season by Amazon Studios

Ahead of the series’ sixth season premiere later this year, Amazon Studios has announced that ‘Bosch’ will end with its seventh season on Amazon Prime Video. The Amazon Original, starring Titus Welliver, is based on Michael Connelly’s novels featuring the titular detective; the final season will draw on Connelly’s “The Concrete Blonde” and “The Burning […]
Tags: Amazon, News, Bosch, Connelly, Amazon Studios, Michael Connelly

Revisiting ‘The Rocketeer,’ Disney’s Early Superhero Masterpiece

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) In 1991, Walt Disney Pictures released two of the very best films to ever fall under their banner. That fall, they would release Beauty and the Beast to widespread acclaim from audiences, critics, and the film industry as a whole. The animated adaptation of the tale as old as time became the first animated film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Nazis, Robin Hood, Tim Burton, Disney, Indiana, Features, Chicago, Stephen Sondheim, Broadway, James Bond, Warren Beatty, Walt Disney Company, Batman, Indiana Jones

Kiele Sanchez Joins CBS’ The Lincoln Lawyer

Kiele Sanchez Joins CBS’ The Lincoln Lawyer According to Deadline, Kingdom alumna Kiele Sanchez has been tapped to play the female lead in the CBS drama The Lincoln Lawyer. The actress will play Lorna, Mickey Haller’s second ex-wife and office manager who runs the business side of his practice. She also serves as his therapist and tries to help Mickey continue with his recovery from opioid addiction. To date, no one has been cast in the role of Mickey. RELATED: Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy C...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Movies, News, Matthew Mcconaughey, Casting, Nicole Kidman, TV News, Cbs, Lincoln, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Bosch, Kathleen Kennedy, Connelly

‘Snowpiercer’ Trailer Announces Long-Awaited Premiere Date

TNT’s Snowpiercer has had a rough ride to the small screen — almost as rough as the perpetual train ride at the center of post-apocalyptic sci-fi series based on Bong Joon-ho’s feature film and Jacques Lob and Jean-Marc Rochette’s graphic novel. First it lost its showrunner, then it lost the director of its pilot. Then it bounced back and forth between TNT and TBS before finally making its way back to TNT. Now, after five years of derailments and unexpected stalls, Snowpiercer has a premiere da...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Tbs, TNT, Snowpiercer, Connelly, Bong, Daveed Diggs, Film to TV, TV Trailer, Graeme Manson, Jacques Lob, Jean Marc Rochette, Jennifer-Connelly, Jennifer Connelly Alita

Democrats Leave Soleimani Strike Briefing Unconvinced That It Was Justified

A closed-door briefing with national security officials Wednesday afternoon did nothing to convince House Democrats that the strike that killed top Iranian military official Qasem Soleimani last week was justified. The Wednesday afternoon briefing was held just hours after Trump announced new “punishing” sanctions on Iran in response to its retaliatory missile strike. Trump also said Iran “appears to be standing down.” Several House Democrats seemed unified after leaving the briefing, saying t...
Tags: Post, News, Washington Post, Iran, House, Trump, Moulton, Connelly, Connolly, House Armed Services Committee, Seth Moulton, The Post, Gerry Connolly, Several House, Soleimani, House Democrats

Follow-up: Momentum, Not Money, in WA Gun Control Repeal Effort

The Second Amendment Sanctuary movement is expanding, and now Presidio County, Texas has joined. (Dave Workman photo) U.S.A. –-( Grassroots momentum is building fast in a the admittedly-uphill effort to repeal Washington State’s gun control Initiative 1639, but the Seattle-based gun prohibition lobby is already using the pro-rights repeal effort to raise cash to fight gun owners, and buried in a story about the new campaign in the Seattle is a hard truth: Money matters. ...
Tags: Guns, Washington, Fbi, Paul Allen, Washington State, Seattle, Michael Bloomberg, Tacoma, Nra, U S District Court, National Rifle Association, Connelly, Western Washington, Alliance, Puyallup, Lacey

Keep the Body Going: 20 Years Later, ‘Bringing Out the Dead’ is the Rare Underrated Martin Scorsese Movie

Can a Martin Scorsese movie be considered truly underrated? Scorsese has produced one well-regarded film after another for the majority of his career, and his bonafides remain untouchable. But nestled within Scorsese’s impressive filmography might be one truly underrated gem: his 1999 effort Bringing Out the Dead. It’s a wild, energetic, but ultimately compassionate work. It was also a major box office flop that barely made a blip and still hasn’t been released on Blu-ray. Twenty years later, B...
Tags: New York, Movies, Features, George Carlin, God, Scorsese, EMS, Nicolas-Cage, Cage, Martin-Scorsese, Frank, Rose, Tom, Mary, Richardson, Arquette

What if your gear could MIDI map itself? This open schema and iOS app do it now

So, you’ve got a plug-in or a hardware synth – and you want to control part of the sound with a physical knob or some iPad modulation. One clever iPad app and an open source scheme could make what happens next happen faster. Early 1980s MIDI still gets the job done in a lot of ways. But then you hit this problem of mapping. Let’s say you’re an app developer, and you want to support a whole lot of different synths. (You know, like your customers may have been reading CDM and Synthtopia and S...
Tags: Music, Connelly, OSC, Yamaha Reface, Moog, LFO, Native Instruments Maschine, Synthtopia, MIDI Manufacturers Association, Steven Connelly, Behringer Neutron

Connelly has unfinished business with Nuggets

Tim Connelly said he was flattered to be interviewed by his hometown Wizards, but he chose to remain with the Nuggets because he feels the team is still trending up.
Tags: Sport, Nba, Wizards, Nuggets, Connelly, Tim Connelly

Connelly eager to finish what he started with Nuggets

DENVER (AP) — The prospects of a return home to Washington were undeniably appealing to Tim Connelly. Not nearly as alluring as this: Finishing what he’s started. The Denver Nuggets president of basketball operations elected to stay in town even with the Wizards calling. Things are booming these days with a Nuggets team that boasts […]
Tags: News, Washington, Sports, Denver Nuggets, Ap, Denver, Wizards, Nuggets, Connelly, Tim Connelly

Sources: Wizards to meet with Nuggets' Connelly

The Nuggets will allow president Tim Connelly, who was among the top candidates for Executive of the Year, to meet with the Wizards for their president of basketball operations job, sources told ESPN.
Tags: Sport, Nba, Wizards, Nuggets, Connelly, Tim Connelly

United States: New California Case Applying One-Year Statute Of Limitations To Malicious Prosecution Claims Against Attorneys - Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP

On March 28, 2019, Division Five of the First Appellate District Court of Appeal published its opinion in Connelly v. Bornstein (Mar. 28, 2019, No. A152375 ___ Cal.App.5th ___
Tags: News, United States, Connelly, Bornstein, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard, Smith LLP, First Appellate District Court of Appeal

Hey, LA Marathon first-timers! Here’s how to survive — and maybe enjoy — the journey

So, you’re running your first marathon Sunday in Los Angeles? Congrats! And, ahem, what were you thinking? Luckily, we’ve got you covered. For first-timers taking the plunge, we asked a couple of veteran runners and coaches what you should know ahead of the big day to succeed. (And by that we mean finishing the darn thing.) Pat Connelly, 81, of Sherman Oaks is a retired LAPD cop who has run 50 marathons in his life – and has been a runners’ coach for as many years. He even founded the official L...
Tags: Health, News, La, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Beverly Hills, Starbucks, Local News, Fleet Feet, Lapd, Pacific Ocean, West Hollywood, Santa Monica

‘Bosch’ Season 5 Trailer: Are You Ready For Some Undercover Bosch?

Bosch is back, baby – and this time, your Dad’s favorite Los Angeles detective is hitting the streets and going undercover to bust up an opioid ring. Plus, will Harry Bosch’s past come back to haunt him? As one of his old cases is re-examined, questions arise about how he achieved a conviction twenty years earlier. Check out Amazon’s new Bosch season 5 trailer below and find out when the new episodes arrive on the streaming service. Bosch Season 5 Trailer The fifth season of Bosch debuts...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Los Angeles, Adaptation, Bosch, Jamie Hector, Connelly, Bosch Season, Ryan Hurst, Michael Connelly, Harry Bosch, TV Trailer, Lance Reddick

Nuggets reward operations staff with new deals

The Nuggets have given president of basketball operations Tim Connelly and his entire staff contract extensions, the team said. Connelly's contract was set to expire at season's end.
Tags: Sport, Nba, Nuggets, Connelly, Tim Connelly

Sources: Nuggets to extend Connelly's contract

The Nuggets and president of basketball operations Tim Connelly have agreed to a contract extension, sources say. Connelly's contract was set to expire at season's end.
Tags: Sport, Nba, Nuggets, Connelly, Tim Connelly

How Michael Connelly’s ‘Murder Book’ podcast is a return to the novelist’s reporting roots

Before Michael Connelly became a best-selling author of 32 novels, many of them featuring the hard-nosed LAPD detective Harry Bosch, he was a police reporter, where he, equipped with little more than a pen and pad and passion for exposing the truth, explored the crimes of the city. He left that life long ago when the Bosch books started selling well enough he could afford to forgo his salary as a police reporter at the Los Angeles Times, and with more than 70 million copies of his books sold, an...
Tags: Amazon, Florida, Hollywood, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Times, Lapd, Bosch, Connelly, Orange County Register, San Fernando Valley, Michael Connelly, Highland Avenue, Harry Bosch

CIF-SS girls basketball playoffs: Pairings, schedule for every division

The CIF-SS girls basketball playoff pairings and schedule for the wild-card round and first-round games. GIRLS BASKETBALL OPEN DIVISION Pool Play Seedings POOL A 1. Sierra Canyon 4. Bishop Montgomery 5. Redondo Union 8. Troy POOL B 2. Etiwanda 3. Windward 6. Mater Dei 7. Rosary POOL A SCHEDULE Saturday, Feb. 9 Troy at Sierra Canyon, Redondo at Bishop Montgomery Wednesday, Feb. 13 Redondo at Sierra Canyon, Troy at Bishop Montgomery Saturday, Feb. 16 Bishop Montgomery at Sierra Canyon, Troy at Red...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Saddleback, Sonora, Montgomery, High School Sports, San Bernardino, Connelly, Bethel, Costa Mesa, Hillcrest, Lompoc, Claremont, St Mary s Academy, Culver City

Watch Jennifer Connelly Learn She Had A Hit Song In Japan

You probably know Jennifer Connelly from Labyrinth, Requiem For A Dream, or A Beautiful Mind. You might not remember her from old Japanese electronics commercials. It's ok! Neither does she! Connelly went on BBC's The Graham Norton Show and learned that the Technics commercial she filmed as a teen was turned into a no. 1 … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Japan, Bbc, Graham Norton, Technics, Connelly, Jennifer Connelly, The Graham Norton Show


Thank you for all the kind and encouraging comments about the Tinker's Cott / dovegreyretreats endeavour...we already have some bookings which is very exciting, and we are really looking forward to our season. Included in any visit is some time to chat about books (and quilts) with me should anyone want to do so (and so far it seems they would like that) and as a separate venture I am hoping to offer a few 'dovegreydays' for small groups in the future. I envisage a day spent in and around che...
Tags: Books, Britain, New Zealand, Moscow, John Peel, Radio Caroline, Journeys, Warsaw, Horatio Clare, Robert, Douglas Adams, Connelly, Hilversum, Jean, Rachel Carson, Horatio

How the Nuggets built the NBA's most unlikely contender around Nikola Jokic

Last summer, in the quiet hallways of a near-empty Pepsi Center, one could find Denver Nuggets president Tim Connelly, unkempt and scraggly, stumbling through the halls in a T-shirt and sweats: the uniform of a corporate man during a non-corporate month. Connelly turned and took one look at his five-year, $147 million investment, a wind-burnt 250-pound center with the athletic profile of a 7-foot professional baseball pitcher: pudgy, slow-footed but endowed with the eyesight of an eagle and an a...
Tags: News, Denver Nuggets, Nba, Nuggets, Connelly, Pepsi Center, Nikola Jokic, Jokic, Tim Connelly

How the Nuggets built the NBA's most unlikely contender around Nikola Jokic

Nikola Jokic is the ideal player to lead the blossoming Nuggets. Last summer, in the quiet hallways of a near-empty Pepsi Center, one could find Denver Nuggets president Tim Connelly, unkempt and scraggly, stumbling through the halls in a T-shirt and sweats: the uniform of a corporate man during a non-corporate month. Connelly turned and took one look at his five-year, $147 million investment, a wind-burnt 250-pound center with the athletic profile of a 7-foot professional baseball pitcher: pudg...
Tags: News, Denver Nuggets, Nba, Nuggets, Connelly, Pepsi Center, Nikola Jokic, Tim Connelly

Behavioral Change in 2019: 5 Questions With Ford Futurist Sheryl Connelly

She’s been doing it for seven years now, and each year that Sheryl Connelly, Ford’s futurist, gazes into her crystal ball, she sees a new set of dynamics at work. That’s how fast things are changing in an era driven by digital technology, globalization and rapid economic evolution. But a big part of Connelly’s job is to help her employer—and others—try to get an advance handle on what the future will bring. For her seventh annual Further with Ford report, Connelly examined “The Power of Behavio...
Tags: Mexico, Advertising, Eu, Ford, Brazil, Bill Ford, Brexit, Henry Ford, Connelly, Jim Hackett, Sheryl Connelly, Sheryl Connelly Ford, Power of Behavioral Change

Books: 11 books perfect for Southern California readers and the holidays

Iceland has a national tradition called Jolabokaflod, or the “Christmas Book Flood,” and I picture it every year as a giant blue wave of books flowing into Christmas Eve when Icelanders exchange books and chocolate. Iceland is my kind of place. My chocolate recommendations could fill their own column, so for now let’s focus on books and this season’s wave of Southern California’s best. The Books of Earthsea: The Complete Illustrated Edition by Ursula K. Le Guin, illustrated by Charles Vess Calif...
Tags: Books, Wales, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Oxford, Tracy, Ed Ruscha, Iceland, Ursula K Le Guin, Disneyland, Walt Disney, BoJack Horseman

Former Gophers lineman Connelly dies of cancer

Former Minnesota offensive lineman Nick Connelly died Wednesday, four months after he was diagnosed with cancer.
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Minnesota lineman Connelly dies of cancer at 22

Former Minnesota offensive lineman Nick Connelly died Wednesday, four months after he was diagnosed with cancer.
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Crisis in the Archives

Critics of the executive branch’s information control practices tend to focus on the here and now. They argue that overclassification of national security–related documents undermines democratic self-rule. They delays and denials in the implementation of the Freedom of Information Act. They condemn regulations that “incorporate by reference” materials developed by industry groups. They worry about the growing use of black box algorithms, criminal leak investigations , and ...
Tags: Maryland, Senate, United States, Columbia University, Starbucks, State Department, Archives, Branding, Connelly, Nara, Weld, National Archives and Records Administration, Public Interest Declassification Board, David Pozen, Brett Kavanaugh, Ferriero

‘Top Gun 2’ Cast Rounds Out By Surrounding Tom Cruise With Much Younger People

The Top Gun 2 cast continues to fill out by adding a whole slew of fresh-faced youngsters to star along old man Tom Cruise. Cruise returns for the sequel, Top Gun: Maverick, but it’s clear from this recent casting that the film is going to be focused on a much younger generation. Various publications are reporting some young whippersnappers are taking the highway to the danger zone to join the Top Gun: Maverick cast. Deadline has a list of names: Thomasin McKenzie (Jojo Rabbit), Charles Parn...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Navy, Sequels, Tom-Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Top Gun, Variety, Connelly, Ellis, McKenzie, Ramirez, Maverick, Barbaro, Teller, Joseph Kosinski