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All the new shows you can watch on Disney Plus - from 'The Mandalorian' to 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier'

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Disney+; Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Disney Plus has several new shows based on big franchises, like "Star Wars" and Marvel. The service also offers a lot of non-fiction shows and documentaries. Disney Plus costs $8/month or $80/year, and you can bundle it with Hulu and ESPN+ for $14/month. Monthly Subscription Service (small) Disney Plus has a lot of new shows to stream. There are spin-offs, s...
Tags: Reviews, Star Wars, Hayden Christensen, TV, Minnesota, Entertainment, Office, New York City, Marvel, Disney, US, Trends, Tech, Earth, Features, New Jersey


Watch: Wacky Animated Short 'Oh, Darling!' from Cornelius Joksch

Another social media cautionary tale! This amusing, wacky animated short is a personal project from Berlin-based animation filmmaker Cornelius Joksch and it's another fun story that's criticizing the tragic lives of people obsessed with their social media presence. Cornelius makes his own short films and illustrations, but also works for brands and studios. Oh, Darling! is now available to watch online and it's only 4 minutes long. Obsessed with birds of all sorts, clumsy but loveable loner ...
Tags: Movies, Berlin, Animation, Short Film, Andy, Cornelius, To Watch, Cornelius Joksch


Fire at Ethanol Plant West of Portland Prompts Evacuations

Authorities say fire crews are battling a fire at an ethanol fuel facility west of Portland in Cornelius that has prompted evacuations.
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One Assumption You Can Make That’s Always True

When was the last time you assumed something to be true, only later to discover you were off base? How often do you find your assumptions are wrong? My experience suggests more often than not. When I wrote For All Who Wander, there were chapters I loved and others I had to fight for when my editor challenged their strength or relevancy. Those ended up being some of my favorites. On the other hand, there was a chapter or two I would’ve tossed without resistance, mainly because I wondered if I lan...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, God, Christ, Testimony, Matthew, Peter, Cornelius, Gentile, Damascus Road, Encouragement, For All Who Wander


Cities poised to plan a carfree connection between Forest Grove and Hillsboro

This map of Council Creek Corridor path is why the term “game-changer” was created. A very exciting and important rail-to-trail project on the west side is all queued up and planners say design work could begin in earnest this coming fall. “The vision to connect the end of the TriMet MAX line in Hillsboro to the Banks-Vernonia State Trail… has been a part of city and regional plans for many years.”— Metro The Council Creek Regional Trail (that’s the official name, but I really don’t like ...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Projects, County, Hatfield, Metro, Hillsboro, Washington County, Cornelius, Forest Grove, Yamhill County, Corridor, TriMet MAX, Pacific University, Jonathan Maus


‘The Luminous View,’ ‘Armugan,’ ‘Girlfriends’ Headline EFM Catalan Showcase

Carolina Astudillo’s “Song to a Lady in the Shadow,” Fabrizio Ferraro’s “The Luminous View,” Jo Sol’s “Armugan,” and Miguel Angel Blanca’s “Magaluf Ghost Town” feature among a 31-title lineup hosted by promotion board Catalan Films at an European Film Market virtual screening room. Produced by Cornelius Films, “Song” marks the third feature outing of director […]
Tags: News, Global, Spotlight, Markets & Festivals, Festivals, European Film Market, Cornelius, Berlin International Film Festival, Cesc Gay, Fabrizio Ferraro, Catalan Films, Carolina Astudillo, Jo Sol, Miguel Angel Blanca


Remembering William Schallart, Milton the Toaster

Frankly, there is alot of good inside Kellogg’s Pop-Tart Pastries, but the real good was the man inside, Milton the Toaster. Milton was a friend. A buddy. A bit sassy. And he always delivered the goods, two to a pack. Not too hot, mind you. Or it might burn. Pop-Tarts still sell without Milton, and they taste good without Milton, but there is no Milton. To a generation of latchkey kids with divorced parents, they were something friendly in the kitchen that might welcome us home, and always be...
Tags: New York, California, Advertising, Chicago, Grocery, Branding, Winnie, Nancy Drew, BURNETT, Milton, Kellogg, Cornelius, Patty Duke, Kellogg's, Toucan Sam, Carson Drew


Remembering William Schallert, Milton the Toaster

F rankly, there is alot of good inside Kellogg’s Pop-Tart Pastries, but the real good was the man inside, Milton the Toaster. Milton was a friend. A buddy. A bit sassy. And he always delivered the goods, two to a pack. Not too hot, mind you. Or it might burn. Pop-Tarts still sell without Milton, and they taste good without Milton, but there is no Milton. To a generation of latchkey kids with divorced parents, they were something friendly in the kitchen that might welcome us home, and always ...
Tags: New York, California, Advertising, Chicago, Grocery, Branding, Winnie, Nancy Drew, BURNETT, Milton, Kellogg, Cornelius, Patty Duke, Kellogg's, Toucan Sam, Carson Drew


Disney+ Movies and TV Titles for January 2021 Revealed!

Disney+ Movies and TV Titles for January 2021 Revealed! Disney+ has revealed the full list of new movies and TV titles that will be available to the streaming service this coming January 2021. Start the new year with the highly-anticipated premieres of the first two MCU series for Disney+, Marvel Studios: Legends and WandaVision starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany. RELATED: Legends: Marvel Studios to Debut New Series Ahead of WandaVision PB = PB |...
Tags: TV, Movies, Tig Notaro, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Ben Schwartz, Sharks, Marvel Studios, Margaret Cho, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, Kevin Smith, Roy Choi, Mary Poppins, Ned


61. Kellogg v. Kellogg

Crystal Cox/Business Insider John Harvey Kellogg was a famous American physician. His brother Will was an ingenious businessman. Together, they invented flaked cereal and revolutionized American breakfast. But John Harvey and Will were bitter rivals, and they waged war over the very food that made them famous. So which Kellogg is the one whose name we remember today?  Listen on: Apple Podcasts  |  Stitcher  |  Spotify  | and more.Produced by Sarah Wyman and Julia Press, with Charlie Her...
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Cornelius Lysaght: Life after BBC Radio 5 Live

If you were to ask someone who has followed British horse racing over the past few decades for the voice they feel is most synonymous with the sport, a number of names will crop up. Legendary commentator, Sir Peter O’Sullevan would be one. Younger fans may look to Richard Hoiles or Simon Holt. Yet, the person who would be mentioned more often than most is Cornelius Lysaght. For 30 years, Lysaght was the voice of racing for the BBC. As the figurehead of 5 Live’s horse racing coverage, Lysaght...
Tags: Feature, Bbc, Radio, Britain, Denman, BBC Radio, Cornelius, Peter O'Sullevan, Cornelius Lysaght, Britain Ireland, Bbc Radio 5 Live, Simon Holt, Richard Hoiles, Lysaght, BBC Lysaght, Frankie Dettori Lysaght


All the new shows you can watch on Disney Plus — from 'The Mandalorian' to 'The Right Stuff'

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Disney+/Business Insider Disney Plus has a ton of new shows based on big franchises, like Star Wars, Marvel, and High School Musical. The service also offers a lot of non-fiction shows and documentaries, including "The World According to Jeff Goldblum," "Encore!" with Kristen Bell, and a program all about Disney Imagineering.Disney Plus costs $69.99 a year for an annual subscription or $6.99 a mont...
Tags: Reviews, Minnesota, Entertainment, Office, New York City, Disney, US, Trends, Tech, Earth, Features, Netflix, New Jersey, John Goodman, Streaming, Ms Marvel


LAUSD presents ‘tentative timeline’ for athletics to return; includes testing all athletes, coaches

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Trent Cornelius, the Director of Athletics for the Los Angeles Unified School District, presented a “tentative timeline” to more than 150 City Section athletic directors Thursday afternoon via Zoom. The timeline begins with a COVID-19 testing protocol window from Oct. 19-30. The plan will attempt to have all sports teams eligible to begin tryouts and conditioning on Nov. 2. “Our district is going to do som...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, High School Sports, San Fernando Valley, Cornelius, Beutner, High School Football, High School News, City Section, Jordan Patterson, High School All Sports, Trent Cornelius, Athletics Trent Cornelius


Coronavirus Australia live update: Victoria police expecting more lockdown protests on weekend as state records 28 new Covid cases and NSW five

Queensland registers one new case of Covid as Scott Morrison announces new energy plan that diverts funding away from renewables. Follow all today’s newsFollow our global coronavirus live blogInternational students struggle to surviveCuts to jobkeeper will take $9.9bn out of economy by ChristmasFull Story: the loneliness of Melbourne’s lockdown 8.21am BST A senate inquiry heard on Thursday that eight Australians who are participants in the National Disability Support Scheme have died while i...
Tags: Australia, Queensland, Victoria, Melbourne, Scott Morrison, Cornelius, Luke Cornelius, ChristmasFull Story


Disney+’s comedy ‘Earth To Ned’ mixes celebrity talk show with alien abduction

When Eliza Skinner interviewed for a writing job on “Earth to Ned,” a new Disney+ series in which a celebrity-obsessed alien decides he’d rather host a late-night talk show than destroy planet Earth, the comedian and writer says it seemed too good to be true. “I was a little skeptical because it was too perfect for me,” Skinner says. “I love sci-fi. I love late night. I love puppets. “Literally, one of the reasons that I moved to New York City when I was just out of college was I thought I was g...
Tags: Comedy, TV, California, New York City, Disney, Sport, Earth, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Harry Belafonte, James Corden, Rachel Bloom, Debbie Harry, Ned, Skinner


‘Earth to Ned’ Review: Disney+ Has a Delightfully Quirky and Funny Talk Show Hosted By an Alien Puppet

When The Muppets returned to Disney+ a few weeks ago with the new series Muppets Now, I found myself disappointed. While it was somewhat fun to see all of Jim Henson’s beloved characters in a new project, they don’t work as well when they’re mostly separated from each other in their own YouTube-style web shows, and something felt off about the comedy. Thankfully, another Jim Henson production is coming to Disney+ starting later this week, and this feels more in line with the kind of laughs that...
Tags: Star Wars, Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Disney, Earth, Features, Muppets, Williams, Harrison Ford, James Corden, Power Rangers, Eli Roth, John Boyega, Martin Short


Disney+ Movies and TV Titles for September 2020 Revealed!

Disney+ Movies and TV Titles for September 2020 Revealed! Disney+ has revealed the full list of new movies and TV titles that will be available to the streaming service this coming September 2020. Next month includes the premiere of Mulan, where starting September 4, with Premier Access, viewers can watch the film before it’s available to all Disney+ subscribers. Disney+ will offer Premier Access to Mulan for $29.99 on disneyplus.com and select platforms. You can check out the full list of wh...
Tags: Europe, TV, Movies, China, Disney, Earth, Alaska, Sydney, TV News, Streaming, Kenya, Seth Rogen, Mulan, Gordon Ramsay, Jon Favreau, Berkeley


‘Earth to Ned’ Teaser Trailer Introduces the Alien-Hosted Talk Show from The Jim Henson Company and Disney+

If there’s one thing that streaming services are lacking, it’s late night talk shows. But Disney+ is about to change that with their unique new half-hour talk show called Earth to Ned. Instead of having a famous comedian host the show, they’ve got a blue-skined alien named Ned (a puppet from The Jim Henson Company). Ned was originally sent here to invade our planet, but now he’s obsessed with Earth’s pop culture, and he’s hosting his own show where he chats with celebrity guests. Get a glimpse ...
Tags: Rachel Bilson, Comedy, Television, Movies, Disney, Earth, Joel Mchale, Gina Carano, Billy Dee Williams, Robert Irwin, Taye Diggs, Ned, Jim Henson, Henson, Cornelius, Paul Scheer


Earth to Ned Trailer Introduces Disney+’s Alien Talk Show Host

Earth to Ned trailer introduces Disney+’s alien talk show host Disney+ has released the official trailer for the Jim Henson Co.’s upcoming unscripted new puppet show titled Earth to Ned, introducing us to the blue-skinned alien named Ned as he talks to numerous celebrity guests including Star Wars alums Billy Dee Williams and Gina Carano as well as High School Musical: The Musical: The Series stars Joshua Bassett and Olivia Rodrigo. The half-hour comedic talk show is scheduled to make its pr...
Tags: Video, Rachel Bilson, TV, Movies, Disney, Earth, Fox, Netflix, TV News, Joel Mchale, James Corden, Gina Carano, Billy Dee Williams, Robert Irwin, Taye Diggs, Ned


Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Is A 2010s Indie Rock Time Capsule

When Universal Pictures started the promotion cycle for Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, they clearly didn’t know which angle to push. To be fair, the movie has got a lot going on. Edgar Wright’s geeky action-comedy romance, an adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley’s graphic novel series, follows 22-year-old slacker Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) as he … More »
Tags: Music, Interview, Beck, Anna Kendrick, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Evans, Edgar Wright, Universal Pictures, Mark Webber, Michael Cera, Broken Social Scene, Brie Larson, Sloan, Jason Schwartzman, Chris Murphy, Alison Pill


CS Score Reviews the Planet of the Apes: Original Series Soundtrack Collection

CS Score Reviews the Planet of the Apes: Original Series Soundtrack Collection We’re back with another round of CS Score, folks! This week we’re taking a look at the massive Planet of the Apes: Original Series Soundtrack Collection from La-La Land Records, 20th Century Fox, Fox Music, and Varèse Sarabande, as well as unveiling two exclusive tracks from Netflix’s The Kissing Booth 2 soundtrack, and presenting an interview with composer Simon Taufique, who discusses his score for the upcoming ...
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Coronavirus Australia live update: Royal Melbourne hospital confirms 12 staff have Covid-19 as Victoria records 317 new cases – latest news

There have now been 10,810 Covid-19 cases nationwide, with 113 deaths and 114 people currently in hospital. Follow the latest news and updates, live12 staff at Royal Melbourne hospital test positiveUnemployment up to 7.4% in JuneTwo more people have died of coronavirus in VictoriaNSW records 10 new cases of coronavirusAre stage four coronavirus lockdown restrictions coming to Victoria?Coalition to commit $2bn under new jobtrainer schemeFollow live news from around the worldSign up for Guardian A...
Tags: Health, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Melbourne, The University, Monash, Cornelius, Monash University, Royal Melbourne, NTEU, Luke Cornelius


Michigan Teenager Died After Being Restrained at Youth Academy

Cornelius Fredericks, 16, said “I can’t breathe” before becoming unresponsive as he was being restrained at the Lakeside Academy in Kalamazoo in April, a state report and lawsuit said.
Tags: News, Michigan, Black Lives Matter Movement, Kalamazoo, Cornelius, Fredericks, Youth Academy, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Kalamazoo (Mich, George Floyd Protests (2020, Lakeside Academy, Cornelius Fredericks


Ian Holm, Bilbo Baggins In 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Alien' Star, Dies At 88 (slashdot)

cold fjord writes: Sir Ian Holm, a classically trained actor celebrated for his interpretations of Shakespeare, and with an astonishing range of work in important science fiction and fantasy films, has died at age 88. Holm's depiction of King Lear was celebrated, and he brought Puck to life in "A Midsummer Night's Dream." But most people on Slashdot will remember him for a few other roles, such as Bilbo Baggins, in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, and two of the "Hobbit" movies. Holm also appear...
Tags: News, Shakespeare, Napoleon, Slashdot, Lear, Holm, Cornelius, Bilbo Baggins, Ian Holm, BeauHD, Ian Holm Bilbo Baggins


Ian Holm, Bilbo Baggins In 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Alien' Star, Dies At 88

cold fjord writes: Sir Ian Holm, a classically trained actor celebrated for his interpretations of Shakespeare, and with an astonishing range of work in important science fiction and fantasy films, has died at age 88. Holm's depiction of King Lear was celebrated, and he brought Puck to life in "A Midsummer Night's Dream." But most people on Slashdot will remember him for a few other roles, such as Bilbo Baggins, in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, and two of the "Hobbit" movies. Holm also appear...
Tags: Tech, Shakespeare, Napoleon, Slashdot, Lear, Holm, Cornelius, Bilbo Baggins, Ian Holm, Ian Holm Bilbo Baggins


‘Chariots of Fire,’ ‘Lord of the Rings’ actor Ian Holm dies at 88

By DANICA KIRKA and JILL LAWLESS LONDON — Ian Holm, a versatile British actor whose long career included roles in “Chariots of Fire” and “The Lord of the Rings” has died. He was 88. Holm died peacefully Friday morning in a hospital, surrounded by his family and carer, his agent Alex Irwin said in a statement. His illness was Parkinson’s-related. “His sparkling wit always accompanied a mischievous twinkle in his eye,” Irwin said. “Charming, kind and ferociously talented, we will miss him hugely.’...
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‘The Blacklist’ Bosses on ‘Clue’ Inspiration for Standalone Whodunnit Episode

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Cornelius Ruck (No. 155),” the 12th episode of “The Blacklist” Season . Viewers that needed a bit of a respite from the real world on Friday night probably embraced the light-hearted nature of “The Blacklist’s” “Cornelius Ruck” episode, a concluding installment to the previous week’s […]
Tags: News, Features, Cornelius, The Blacklist, Jon Bokenkamp, John Eisendrath


Swiss Museum Settles Claim Over Art Trove Acquired in Nazi Era

The Kunstmuseum in Basel agreed to pay the heirs of a Berlin collector for 200 works he sold as he fled German persecution of Jews.
Tags: Art, News, Berlin, Museums, Basel, Gurlitt, Cornelius, Kunstmuseum Basel, Holocaust and the Nazi Era, Arts and Antiquities Looting, Berlin (Germany, Basel (Switzerland, Curt Glaser