Posts filtered by tags: Cunningham[x]


 

Biden Wants Clyburn’s Endorsement. Clyburn Has Yet To Budge.

Although Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) remains mum on who he will endorse in next week’s South Carolina primary, he was willing to share his thoughts on Democratic presidential candidates during an interview on MSNBC’s “Meet The Press” Sunday morning. After arguing that former Vice President Joe Biden would win if South Carolina had an election tomorrow, Clyburn was pressed by MSNBC’s Chuck Todd about Biden believing that he’ll get his endorsement. On Tuesday night, Biden said in his post-debate r...
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Biden, Msnbc, South Carolina, Bernie Sanders, Sanders, Democratic, Todd, Chuck Todd, Cunningham, Clyburn, James Clyburn, 2020 Elections, Joe Cunningham, Summer Concepcion


Here’s Why This Mitch McConnell-Linked PAC Is Funding Ads Helping a North Carolina Democrat

(RALEIGH, N.C.) — A political committee linked to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is funding ads and other campaign materials designed to meddle in North Carolina’s Democratic Senate primary, the group acknowledged on Friday. Campaign finance documents filed late Thursday show the Faith and Power PAC receiving all of its money so far — $2.95 million — from the Senate Leadership Fund, which is connected to the Kentucky Republican and designed to help the GOP retain its majority in the...
Tags: News, Law, Kentucky, Senate, Uncategorized, Elizabeth Warren, Democrats, Gop, House, PAC, Mitch McConnell, Nevada, Harry Reid, North Carolina, Smith, Bernie Sanders


Why Tales of Female Trios Are Newly Relevant

In literature and pop culture, women often come in threes, deriving power from solidarity even as they work to forge their own paths.
Tags: Movies, News, William, Shakespeare, Edward, Pedro, Michael, Robert, Chekhov, Cunningham, Anton, CHRISTIANE, Altman, Almodóvar, Albee, Alcott


The Times of Bill Cunningham

In 1994, legendary street fashion photographer Bill Cunningham gave a six-hour interview about his life and work. This interview was recently rediscovered and made into a documentary called The Times of Bill Cunningham. Here’s a trailer: The movie is out in theaters, but the reviews so far are mixed, especially when compared to the rave reviews received by 2011’s Bill Cunningham New York. Still, Cunningham is a gem and I will watch this at some point soon. (via recs) Tags: Bill Cunningham...
Tags: New York, The Times, Bill Cunningham, Jason Kottke, Cunningham, Bill Cunningham Bill Cunningham


Netflix’s Masters of the Universe Lands Hamill, Headey, Gellar & More!

Netflix’s Masters of the Universe lands Hamill, Headey, Gellar & more! While Sony is busy putting together a live-action adaptation of the character, Kevin Smith’s animated Masters of the Universe sequel series, Revelation, has put found an all-star roster of talent to voice its characters including Mark Hamill (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Lena Headey (Game of Thrones) and Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)! (Via The Hollywood Reporter) RELATED: Kevin Smith Will Produce He-Man ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Sony, TV News, Smith, Mark Hamill, Mattel, Kevin Smith, Oppenheimer, Cunningham, Eternia, Grayskull, Teela, Skeletor, Headey


The Times of Bill Cunningham Delightfully Captures the Fashion Photographer’s Artistry—and His More Sensitive Side

Even those of us who used to await and savor Bill Cunningham’s street-fashion photochronicle every week in the New York Times—where his work appeared from 1978 to 2016—probably had no idea how precious, in time, those photographs would come to be. Cunningham had two beats: society parties and, better yet, the polychrome cavalcade of fashion as seen on the streets of Paris and, most frequently, New York. His “On the Street” column, which featured candid pictures of individuals arranged into ...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Documentary, Boston, New York City, Uncategorized, New York Times, Paris, The Times, Army, Bill Cunningham, The New York Times, Times, Street Photography, Sarah Jessica Parker


Southern Section changes ‘dead period’ rules, opposes regional playoffs for baseball, softball

LONG BEACH >> The CIF Southern Section Council voted to change the rules for the summer “dead period” at its meeting Tuesday, but it did not endorse a proposal to create regional baseball and softball playoffs. The Council voted 45-40 with five abstentions for the new “dead period” rules, which require  the principals for the schools to establish a 14-day summer period during which no sports teams will be able to organize any coach-led, team-related activities. In recent years, teams were requir...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kobe Bryant, Council, High School Sports, Cunningham, Edgewood, Soto, San Gabriel Valley, Mark Cunningham, Rowland, High School Football, Mission League, Southern Section, CIF Southern Section


Inside a $1 million fixer-upper listing for sale across the bay from San Francisco that might actually turn out to be a bargain

A century-old dilapidated home atop a 6,450 square-foot lot in Oakland — a city just east across the bay from San Francisco — is for sale for $1 million. "Fixer-uppers" selling for millions isn't new in the Bay Area, but this listing is more of a bargain since it includes city-approved plans to build five units. All the buyer has to do is purchase building permits.  The property sits in West Oakland, near a train station that is merely one stop away from San Francisco. In a region with a housi...
Tags: California, San Francisco, Trends, Oakland, Bay Area, Bart, National Park Service, San Francisco Bay Area, Cunningham, West Oakland, West Oakland BART, Adeline Street, Embarcadero, Lennar, Kevin Cunningham, Red Oak Realty


The CEO of a private-equity giant that invested alongside SoftBank says it pushed too hard for growth without making the economics work first

At a Davos panel, Bill Ford, the CEO of General Atlantic, said he's seen where SoftBank has gone wrong in investments that the two companies did together.  Ford said SoftBank has pushed companies to expand globally before they're ready and they haven't focused on getting unit economics working.  Stacey Cunningham, the president of the New York Stock Exchange, also said private investors shouldn't use a valuation from "one high-profile investor." For more BI Prime stories, click here. General ...
Tags: China, Softbank, Trends, Davos, Atlantic, Ford, Bill Ford, WeWork, New York Stock Exchange, General Atlantic, Signal, Cunningham, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Gilt Group, Bytedance, Stacey Cunningham


Ocasio-Cortez Criticizes Cuomo's Plan for a Rail Link to La Guardia

For Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who has made building major projects a centerpiece of his tenure, it is a signature plan -- turning La Guardia Airport into a world-class, 21st-century travel hub.A crucial part of that is a $2 billion AirTrain, an elevated people-mover that would connect La Guardia to New York City's subway system and commuter rail.That plan has been moving forward rapidly. But now, an influential Democrat, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is questioning why the governor's plan w...
Tags: News, Congress, New York City, Cotton, Joe Biden, New York Times, Queens, New Jersey, Manhattan, Bronx, Faa, East Coast, Federal Aviation Administration, Citi Field, Cuomo, Mets


The Intimate Photographs That Captured Merce Cunningham

“I imagine that Cunningham came to understand not only the value of this kind of in-depth documentation, but the independent strength of the photographs as well. The elemental vitality and spirit of these images will forever celebrate Merce Cunningham’s groundbreaking work, to which he devoted his heart, mind, and body.” – New York Review of Books
Tags: Art, Dance, Cunningham, Merce Cunningham, 01.11.20


What’s in a name? Perch CEO Court Cunningham on his company’s future as ‘Orchard’

Court Cunningham, the CEO of the real estate startup formerly known as Perch, discusses how his company aims to add value to the real estate transaction process.
Tags: Technology, Interviews, Radio, Cunningham, Orchard, Perch, Select, Inman Connect, ICNY, Transaction, Real Estate Transaction, iBuyer, Court Cunningham


Perch, now called Orchard, raises $36M to simplify home buying and selling

Perch, the vertically integrated platform for buying and selling homes, has today announced the close of a $36 million equity round led by Navitas, with participation from existing investor FirstMark Capital, Juxtapose and Accomplice. The company is also announcing that it is rebranding from Perch to Orchard. Orchard launched in September of 2017 with a plan to bring the full home selling and buying experience under one roof. Most home buyers are what the industry calls ‘dual trackers,’ which...
Tags: Startups, TC, Real Estate, Cunningham, Orchard, Perch, Navitas, Court Cunningham, FirstMark Capital Juxtapose, Perch to Orchard Orchard


Uncalled hit on Josh Allen could have set up a game-winning field goal for Bills

Although it hasn't generated a lot of discussion over wild card weekend, a big hit that Texans linebacker Zach Cunningham put on Bills quarterback Josh Allen on Saturday could have put the Bills in range for a game-winning field goal in overtime. The Texans had already had a possession and punted, which means the Bills just needed a field goal to win. Allen ran the ball and was drilled by Cunningham at the Texans' 42-yard line.
Tags: News, American Football, Allen, Cunningham, Zach Cunningham, Josh Allen


Announcing: The 2019 Golden Duke Winners!

Hear ye, hear ye! After much deliberation by our esteemed judges, it’s time to recognize our 2019 Golden Duke winners. Ex-Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham (R-CA), the namesake of our annual awards, got himself locked up in prison for eight years after taking some $2.4 million in bribes. Six years after his release in 2013, we here at TPM continue to honor his legacy by highlighting the year’s most ridiculous figures and fiascos in the political world — a deeply competitive field that only seems to g...
Tags: Florida, New York, Texas, News, Putin, Congress, Washington, Kentucky, White House, Russia, Elizabeth Warren, America, Syria, Ukraine, Indiana, Intel


Radio: What happened to Steve Jones of Jonesy’s Jukebox on KLOS?

Steve Jones, host of KLOS’ (95.5 FM) Jonesy’s Jukebox formerly heard on the station daily, has returned to the local airwaves Fridays from noon to 2 p.m. There was speculation while he was gone, much of it centered on ratings and potential changes, but it urns out that KLOS programmer Keith Cunningham was being honest when he told me it was related to Jones’ health, though no details were given. Jones’ first show back was December 13th, and he spent much of the time explaining exactly what happ...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Los Angeles Times, Jones, Bell, Thompson, Santa Monica, Klos, Steve Jones, Thon, Cunningham, KTLA, Don Imus, United Press International


Noticing that little has been done since Prez Trump's executive order to establish a "Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice"

This new Washington Post piece, fully headlined "Trump signs order creating national commission to study police and justice system: The composition of the commission is unclear; prosecutor and defense groups not yet contacted," highlights the interesting reactions (and lack of reactions) to this executive order that Prez Trump signed in late October 2019.  Here are excerpts: With little fanfare, President Trump in late October signed an executive order creating the Commission on Law Enforcement...
Tags: Law, Congress, Washington Post, Senate, White House, Virginia, America, Barack Obama, Commission, Houston, Naacp, Justice Department, Trump, Ginsberg, Cunningham, Fraternal Order of Police


Tennis, cricket, squash or rugby? Ulster's Cunningham on turning down Bollettieri and finding success

Ulster operations director Bryn Cunningham looks back on a tough decision he had to make as a teenager and discusses the buzz he gets from his current role.
Tags: Rugby, Cunningham, Bryn Cunningham, Bollettieri


Cunningham’s 6 TDs lead Louisville past Syracuse 56-34

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Micale Cunningham passed for a career-best five of six touchdowns accounted for, including a 14-yarder with 1:24 remaining to seal Louisville’s 56-34 victory over Syracuse on Saturday. Cunningham passed for three TDs and rushed for a 20-yard score in the first half alone on a cold, misty afternoon. The sophomore added […]
Tags: News, Sports, Syracuse, Louisville, Cunningham, Ky AP, Micale Cunningham


Entrepreneur Chris Cunningham has recruited media and tech names like Complex’s Rich Antoniello and Beeswax’s Ari Paparo to raise $10 million to invest in startups

Marketing entrepreneur and veteran Chris Cunningham is starting a private investment fund called C2V Capital Partners with 25 media and technology investors including Complex's Rich Antoniello, Beeswax's Ari Paparo, and OpenSlate's Brian Quinn. The fund is an extension of C2 Ventures, Cunningham's 5-year-old angel investment firm that uses his experience to help startups. The fund has invested in four startups so far and plans to invest in two more this year. The average investment runs from $...
Tags: New York, Trends, Silicon Valley, Chris, Sand Hill Road, Magellan, Lombardi, Cunningham, Arbor, Beam, Brian Quinn, Chris Cunningham, Matt Lombardi, David Yaffe, Unacast, Petal


Vance Street Capital recaps EAS

Vance Street Capital LLC has recapitalized Shannon, Ireland-based Eirtech Aviation Services, a provider of specialist aviation services. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Vance Street Capital LLC, a Los Angeles-based private equity firm, today announced the recapitalization of Eirtech Aviation Services (“EAS”), a leading provider of specialist aviation services for the largest airlines and aircraft leasing companies globally. Terms of the transaction we...
Tags: Singapore, Los Angeles, Trends, Kpmg, Dublin, EAS, Niall, Cunningham, Gerry, Shannon Ireland, Camo, Cooley LLP, David Kerr, O'Shea, OEMS, Neuberger Berman


This week's agency moves, hires, and partnerships: October 22, 2019

BBH New York hired David Trumpf as head of design. He has held positions at agencies including Publicis and Siegel & Gale and spent seven years at R/GA, working with brands like Nike, Unilever, Verizon, Pepsi and L’Oréal. He has also done independent work for The Gap, Major League Baseball and Coca-Cola. Trumpf is the co-founder and creative director of Chalet Magazine, which explores cities from the perspective of a bicycle. David Miami promoted creative team Jean Zamprogno and Fernando Pell...
Tags: Google, New York, Advertising, San Francisco, Publicis, Sao Paulo, Greenhouse, Campbell Ewald, Allen, EMEA, Mills, SVP, BBH, Cunningham, CHRIS CLARKE, Interbrand


Hockey Scout Craig Cunningham

from Matt Porter of the Boston Globe, In his third year on the job, the routine has become pleasantly familiar. He flies into a city in western North America, such as Denver to see pros, or Kelowna to scout juniors. He gets in a workout at the hotel. He arrives at the arena, finds his assigned seat, and pulls out his notebook, critiquing the players on the ice for the benefit of his team. Craig Cunningham is back in the NHL, and he is grateful. The former Bruins winger, who ne...
Tags: Sport, NHL, North America, Denver, Boston Globe, Bruins, Tucson, Arizona Coyotes, Kelowna, Cunningham, Matt Porter, Craig Cunningham


Ex-Roommate Made Mom Watch Him Stab & Decapitate Her Children to “Punish” Her for Not Having Any Money or Valuables to Steal

Horrific new details of a triple homicide involving a young Arkansas mother and her two children have emerged, including how one of their attackers forced the woman to watch as he slaughtered her children in front of her before stabbing her to death. The disturbing information was revealed in court on Wednesday (Oct. 16) during opening statements in the trial of 26-year-old Michael Ivory Collins for the brutal slayings of 5-year-old A’Laylaih Fisher and 3-year-old Elijah Fisher, and their mother...
Tags: Wtf, Murder, Crime, News, Chicago, Arkansas, Jazz, Honda, Collins, Robbery, Brutal, William Alexander, Alexander, Scott, Little Rock, Cunningham


Bill Cunningham: On the Street

Until his death in 2016, Bill Cunningham captured the fashions of people walking the streets and catwalks of NYC and elsewhere, mostly for the NY Times over the past five decades. A new book, Bill Cunningham: On the Street, is the first published collection of his work and includes more than 700 photos along with a number of essays by friends, subjects, and cultural critics. You can read more about Cunningham and the photos in the book in a pair of Times articles: The Amazing Treasure Trove...
Tags: Washington, Barack Obama, Bill Cunningham, Bill, Times, Jason Kottke, Ny Times, Cunningham, Jeffrey Roth


Mom sues Indiana officer, city in fatal shooting of son

GARY, Ind. (AP) — A federal lawsuit against a northwestern Indiana city accuses one of its police officers of killing a 25-year-old African-American man who it says posed no threat during a traffic stop. The wrongful death suit filed Monday on behalf of Rashad Cunningham’s mother says the officer shot Cunningham as he sat in […]
Tags: News, Indiana, Nation, Cunningham, GARY Ind AP, Rashad Cunningham


The Vocal Precision Of Madison Cunningham

The way Cunningham plays and sings makes the young singer-songwriter's debut album, Who Are You Now, shine. (Image credit: Claire Vogel/Courtesy of the artist)
Tags: News, Cunningham, Madison Cunningham


The former CFO for Salesforce and Pandora has some advice for startups avoiding the public markets: 'Go out sooner rather than later'

Steve Cumberland, who served as CFO at Salesforce when the company went public in 2004, said companies would benefit from interacting with a wider range of investors, and encouraged startups to go public "sooner rather than later." Companies are doing a "disservice" by allowing only elite investors — such as venture capitalists, hedge funds, and private equity — to invest in them when they are growing the fastest and their valuations are increasing the most, Cumberland said at an industry conf...
Tags: Washington, Trends, Pandora, Salesforce, New York Stock Exchange, Nyse, Don, Cunningham, Adam Neumann, Cumberland, Peloton, Stacey Cunningham, Pandora Music, Steve Cumberland


Super Saturday at Knightsbrook

Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort. Darkness halted play in the AIG Ladies Cup and Shields Finals where the destiny all six green pennants will be decided on what promises to be a Super Saturday at Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort.The start was delayed by two hours and 45 minutes due to torrential rain and with nine matches scheduled, the finals of the Senior Foursomes, th...
Tags: Sport, Aig, Golf, Rooney, Evans, New Forest, Kennedy, Munster, Mcgrath, Limerick, Galway, Newlands, Morris, McDermott, Conway, Murphy


August Monthly Radar

[Note from editor: We publish a Weekly Radar for Geek Estate Mastermind members with a range of curated links and analysis/commentary that comes out every Friday morning along with member news to peruse. This is a summary for the month of August.] Mastermind Summary With the Seahawks 2-0, a thunderstorm for the ages, and leaves starting to appear on the ground, it’s starting to feel like fall here in the Pacific Northwest. Let’s all make the most of the two-month window before starting to close ...
Tags: America, Radio, Zillow, East Bay, Seahawks, Patrick McLoughlin, Cunningham, Meyers, Congrats, David Harris, Giveback Homes, Paul Levine, Chuck Hattemer, Michael Hickman, Inman News, Drew Meyers