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Get a Load of These 6 Wild Bronco Custom Builds for SEMA 2021

The new “Built Wild” Bronco brand will make its official debut at the upcoming 2021 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, starting on November 2nd. To mark the occasion, Ford will be showcasing six Bronco custom builds from some of the best minds in the off-road industry. Earlier this year, we had a blast going up Bronco Mountain during MotorBella at the M1 Concourse (and Ford plans to set up Bronco Mountain at SEMA too). So there is no doubt that what Ford has cooked up with these Bronco Custom Builds will b...
Tags: Dwayne Johnson, Fox, Ford, Antarctica, Autos, Detroit Lions, Baja, Las Vegas, Johnson, Detroit, AAA, Vegas, Bds, Broncos, Dana, SEMA

In need of a shape-up

In today’s Wall Street Journal I review the Broadway transfers of Thoughts of a Colored Man and Dana H. Here’s an excerpt. *  *  * Barbershops of the old-fashioned three-chair type are integral parts of Black urban neighborhoods, quasi-community centers where the locals not only get their hair cut but hang out, see friends, swap gossip, and shoot the breeze. I learned this from “Barbershop,” Tim Story’s charming 2002 screen comedy about a 40-year-old shop on the South Side of Chicago, and “Thoug...
Tags: Art, Florida, America, Story, Brooklyn, Broadway, Wall Street Journal, Ajblogs, Scott, Dana, South Side of Chicago, Lucas Hnath, Hnath, Deirdre O'Connell, Les Waters, Steve Cosson

‘Dana H’ Review: A Riveting Act of Theatrical Shamanism

“I’m in this world but I’m not,” the middle-aged woman confesses to an unseen interviewer in Lucas Hnath’s “Dana H.,” a mesmerizing solo show of theatrical shamanism that is receiving its Broadway bow. The voice is that of Dana Higginbotham, assured yet apprehensive, matter-of-fact but, at times, also on a razor’s edge. It is also […]
Tags: Reviews, Broadway, Dana, Lucas Hnath, Dana Higginbotham

A feel-good family funeral

In today’s Wall Street Journal I review two Broadway transfers, Chicken & Biscuits and Is This a Room. Here’s an excerpt. *  *  * Douglas Lyons’s “Chicken & Biscuits,” the third of an unprecedented eight shows by Black playwrights that are set to open on Broadway this season, bills itself as “a feel-good comedy that will feed your soul.” This production, which is extremely well directed by Zhailon Levingston, originated at a theater in Queens but was forced to close after less than two weeks bec...
Tags: Art, Fbi, Queens, Broadway, National Security Agency, Wall Street Journal, Ajblogs, Emily Davis, Dana, BRIANNA, Michael Urie, Lucas Hnath, Lyceum, Douglas Lyons, Tina Satter, Zhailon Levingston

Paul Bettany to Lead Miramax’s Comedy-Drama Film Harvest Moon

Coming off from his acclaimed performance in Disney+’s WandaVision, Deadline brings word that Paul Bettany has officially signed on for the leading role in Miramax’s forthcoming comedy-drama film titled, Harvest Moon. In addition, Carmen Ejogo (Fantastic Beasts), Cary Elwes (The Princess Bride), and Oscar nominee Candice Bergen (Starting Over) have also been cast to join the project. “I’m thrilled to be teaming up with Bill Block and Miramax again to make Harvest Moon,” Bettany said in a stateme...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Disney, Connor, Candice Bergen, Claire Foy, Paul Bettany, Elizabeth Olsen, Miramax, Jarvis, Krysten Ritter, Dana, Cary Elwes, Carmen Ejogo, ComingSoon

I'm a Christmas-tree farmer. This year's extreme heat hit hard, and it'll likely impact your tree choices.

Dana and Matt Furrow. Courtesy of Dana and Matt Furrow Industry groups are warning of an impending Christmas-tree shortage due to extreme heat and droughts. Dana Furrow and her husband, Matt Furrow, own a Christmas-tree farm in Oregon. The weather hit their crops hard. They said it'll likely impact your choice of live trees this year - whether they be smaller or of a different variety. This is their story, as told to freelance writer Colleen Hagerty. Dana Furrow and her husband, Matt F...
Tags: Oregon, Trends, United States, Dana, Nobles, Hillsboro Oregon, Colleen Hagerty, Matt Furrow Courtesy of Dana, Matt Furrow, Dana Furrow, Colleen Hagerty Dana Furrow, Furrow Farm, Nordman Firs

12 Awesome Action Movies That Never Got Sequels

It's always unfortunate when a promising franchise is cut down in its prime. There are plenty of action franchises that have failed with later sequels -- "The Highlander," "Starship Troopers," and "Die Hard," just to name a few examples. There are also sequels that completely ruined any enthusiasm for future installments; after disasters like "Speed 2: Cruise Control" and "The Whole Ten Yards," no one wanted to see those franchises continue.A great action sequel gives filmmakers a chance to rais...
Tags: New York, London, Movies, New York City, Superman, Disney, Netflix, United States, Roger Ebert, Williams, Paris, Cameron, Guillermo Del Toro, Russell Crowe, Justice League, Evans

The 14 Best Bill Murray Movies Ranked

Bill Murray is one of the most beloved comedic actors of all time. Murray first rose to prominence thanks to his memorable characters on "Saturday Night Live," joining fellow stars like Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi after Chevy Chase departed at the end of the first season. From there, Murray went on to become the biggest stars of the '80s, and many of his early films are now considered classics.While Murray was frequently the headlining star, he's also proved willing to step into supporting role...
Tags: Japan, New York, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Tim Burton, Abigail Breslin, Wes Anderson, Marvin, Italy, Bill Murray, Tokyo, Charles Dickens, Columbia University, Johnny Depp, Bob

The 14 Best '80s Halloween Movies To Watch This Spooky Season

The '80s is a decade that conjures up a great deal of nostalgia. For many of us who grew up in the era, Friday nights were often spent perusing the local video store for the latest VHS releases. And when Halloween rolled around, we'd head to the horror section to make our picks, seeking something a bit spookier to match the season. This year, as autumn kicks into high gear, you might find yourself in the mood to relive those simpler times by cueing up some classic '80s Halloween fare. Well, if y...
Tags: Halloween, UK, London, Movies, Geena Davis, New York City, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Disney, David, Maine, Guillermo Del Toro, Jack, Sam, Alec Baldwin, King

‘Kindred’ Pilot at FX Adds Six to Cast

FX announced that the pilot based on Octavia Butler’s 1979 science fiction novel “Kindred” has cast Micah Stock, Ryan Kwanten, Gayle Rankin, Austin Smith, Antoinette Crowe-Legacy and David Alexander Kaplan as series regulars. They join previously announced cast member Mallori Johnson, who will play the lead role of Dana, a young Black writer who finds […]
Tags: News, FX, Black, Dana, Kindred, Mallori Johnson, David Alexander Kaplan

Comment on everyday meatballs by Sainty

In reply to Dana. Is sour cream added on top of the tomato sauce in the meatball photo? Whatever it is, the SK meatballs look delicious! St.Claire
Tags: Food, Dana, Sainty

At Hotchkiss, CO for the 17th Thunder Mountain BMW Rally

 Woke early and got this shot of the sun rising from the two main mountain peaks visible from just about anywhere near Hotchkiss, CO: Lens bloom created that flower-looking object above Scarlett, weird but nice Yesterday, after setting up camp, I'd taken a short ride with Scarlett, my 2014 Ural Patrol Sidecar Rig, to check out some possible boondocking sites.  None found but a good ride nonetheless. Near Pleasure Park, part of the Gunnison Gorge NCA While it was still cool out (act...
Tags: Texas, Motorcycles, Sunrise, John, Vail, Yamaha, Dana, Scarlett, Hotchkiss, Yagi, Scarlett Rides, Dan K, County Fairgrounds, RV Trips, Yagi Rides, Hotchkiss CO

Sky CEO Dana Strong Talks Comcast’s Potential Appetite for Channel 4, Drive for Partnerships in Europe

Sky’s new American CEO Dana Strong has touted the U.K. as an “imperative market” for parent company Comcast as it looks to grow its investment in local infrastructure, and strengthen its European partnerships. Speaking at the Royal Television Society conference in Cambridge on Wednesday, where she was interviewed by Sky News political editor Beth Rigby, […]
Tags: Europe, News, Global, Comcast, Cambridge, Sky, Sky News, Dana, Royal Television Society, Dana Strong, Beth Rigby, RTS Cambridge

A little girl I knew was on the plane that hit the Pentagon on 9/11. Her death changed the course of my life as America changed forever.

An airplane flies near the Pentagon. Salwan Georges/The Washington Post An 8-year-old girl I knew on 9/11 was in the plane that hit the Pentagon. Her death and the deaths of nearly 3,000 people changed me, America, and the world forever. Two decades later, the US is still locked in a seemingly never-ending war. See more stories on Insider's business page. I was 13 on 9/11, living in a Maryland suburb just outside of Washington, DC. When the first plane hit the World Trade Center at 8:...
Tags: Politics, Guantanamo, Maryland, Obama, Congress, Australia, Opinion, White House, Iraq, New York City, US, America, Barack Obama, Trends, Afghanistan, Pennsylvania

Sigourney Weaver Gave A Unique Ghostbusters Audition – Here's The Story

When Sigourney Weaver appeared as Dana Barrett in "Ghostbusters," she was between two other landmark performances — in "Alien" and "Aliens." The former served as her breakout role while the latter earned her an Oscar nomination for best actress, a first for her in her career.Having dabbled in sci-fi horror and also romantic dramas like "The Year of Living Dangerously," Weaver was looking to spice up her filmography with some work in a different genre. Mental Floss notes that she wanted to do a c...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Julia Roberts, Manhattan, Sigourney Weaver, Ghostbusters, Woody Allen, Annie Hall, Dana, Weaver, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Reitman, Ramis, Central Park West

20 Years Later: Sacramento Firefighter Recalls Search For Survivors On 9/11

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Tags: News, New York City, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, New Jersey, Manhattan, World Trade Center, 9/11, Dana, Sacramento Fire Department, Vacaville, USAR, Travis Air Force Base, Costamagna

#UAE's Dana Gas secures U.S. agency funding for Iraqi Kurdistan project | Reuters

UAE's Dana Gas secures U.S. agency funding for Iraqi Kurdistan project | Reuters United Arab Emirates energy firm Dana Gas (DANA.AD) said on Wednesday a consortium it co-leads had secured $250 million in financing from the U.S. development agency to fund an expansion of gas production at the Khor Mor plant in Iraqi Kurdistan.Pearl Petroleum, a consortium co-led with UAE's Crescent Petroleum, secured the 7-year financing from the International Development Finance Corp (DFC), Dana said in a stat...
Tags: Travel, Iraq, Iran, Kurdistan, Uae, Reuters, Dana, Dana Gas, Reuters United Arab Emirates, Crescent Petroleum, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Dana Gas DANA AD, International Development Finance Corp, Kurdistan Pearl Petroleum, Kurdistan Regional Government Pearl Petroleum

September 2021 Leadership Development Carnival

Welcome to the September 2021 Leadership Development Carnival! We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of communication, development, engagement, motivation, productivity, team building, and more. Communication Marcia Reynolds of Covisioning Transformational Leadership provided What Not To Say When You’re Mad. Marcia shares: “ When you are stressed or irritated, you might sabotage your conversations with one word or phrase. This list will help...
Tags: Leadership, Inspiration, Communication, Development, Creativity, David, Diana, John, Bill, Steve, Chris, Team Building, Erik, Robyn, Joel, Jake

Portland will focus on neighborhood greenways with new microsurfacing treatment

The N Michigan neighborhood greenway (shown here in 2013) will get much-needed resurfacing.(Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Great news just announced by the Portland Bureau of Transportation: They plan to spend $460,000 from the Fixing Our Streets fund (powered by a 10-cent per gallon local gas tax) to smooth out bumpy bike streets citywide. According to PBOT, crews will begin a series of “microsurfacing” projects next week on several key neighborhood greenways and school routes. One of ...
Tags: Sacramento, Sport, Front Page, Infrastructure, Cycling, Portland, Michigan, Alberta, Vermont, Halsey, Flint, Dana, Central Avenue, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Michigan Avenue, Jonathan Maus

Comment on best birthday cake by Dana

Cut both recipes in half to yield one lovely six inch cake (plus one bonus cupcake). Fantastic recipe. In culinary school we always learned to use a “cake soak” as insurance for a moist cake. For this cake I used milk plus a teensy bit of vanilla extract as my cake soak. Definitely saving this recipe. Thanks!
Tags: Food, Dana

Comment on plush confetti cupcakes by Dana

Made these with regular whole milk but otherwise followed the directions (and used canola oil). They came out great!
Tags: Food, Dana

Comment on homemade merguez with herby yogurt by Dana

Made multiple times and this recipe is fantastic made exactly as written. That’s all there is to say
Tags: Food, Dana

Meet the wonderfully queer cast of Kit Williamson’s new series “Unconventional”

When Kit Williamson (above) set out to tackle his latest project–a new TV comedy series called Unconventional–he wanted to make sure his cast and crew lived up to the show’s title. Now that the full team has been announced, it’s safe to say he nailed it on that front. “I’m incredibly proud of the fact that our core cast is comprised of openly LGBTQ actors,” Williamson, who created and starred in four seasons of the queer, Netflix series Eastsiders, tells Queerty. “All of these amazing performer...
Tags: Television, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Noah, Netflix, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Kathy Griffin, Dana, Williamson, Aubrey Peeples, Willam Belli, Kit Williamson, Dan Charles, Laith Ashley -LSB- De La Cruz, Unconventional

Ford Bronco Riptide Project: Custom-Built For That Sunny West Coast Life

Building upon Bronco’s “Built Wild” tagline is the Riptide project vehicle, perfect for beach bums and those soaking in the West Coast lifestyle. The Bronco Riptide project is built not just to show off Ford’s versatility in adapting to multiple active lifestyles. It also showcases the slew of factory-backed accessory options available to Bronco buyers. “We wanted the vehicle to demonstrate how Bronco customers can personalize their vehicle, letting different types of customers visualize what...
Tags: California, Ford, Autos, West Coast, Santa Cruz, Ford Motor Company, Ford Bronco, Dana, Bronco, Bimini, Car News, Coolsaet, Alvin Reyes, Lancer GSR, Ford Motor Company Original, Missy Coolsaet Bronco

Comment on whole wheat chocolate oat cookies by Dana

These cookies are fantastic, like bakery quality in my opinion (especially when making the large size). I bought turbinado sugar and wheat bran specifically for this recipe because I saw the recipe and KNEW I had to make them, and I’m so glad I did! They will be a new favorite in my house!
Tags: Food, Dana

Michael B. Jordan & Chanté Adams in Trailer for 'A Journal for Jordan'

"Love is a choice, Jordan. And real love… means you have to sacrifice. But pain is temporary… Real love lasts forever." Always. Sony Pictures has unveiled an official trailer for A Journal for Jordan, the latest film directed by actor Denzel Washington following Fences a few years ago. Based on the true story of a soldier deployed to Iraq who keeps a journal of love and advice for his infant son. He finishes the journal before he is killed in action. The film seems to spend most of its time ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Iraq, Jordan, Charles, Denzel Washington, Michael B Jordan, Dana, Denzel, To Watch, Chanté Adams, Always Sony Pictures, Tamara Tunie Robert Wisdom Vanessa Aspillaga, Michael B Jordan Chanté Adams

#UAE's Dana Gas H1 net profit swings to $139mln on higher oil prices | ZAWYA MENA Edition

UAE's Dana Gas H1 net profit swings to $139mln on higher oil prices | ZAWYA MENA Edition UAE-based energy producer Dana Gas swung to a profit in the first six months of the year after suffering a loss in the same period last year, as the rebound in oil prices continued and operations improved. In a statement on Wednesday, the firm reported a net profit of $139 million for the January to June period, compared to a loss of $19 million a year earlier, making the first half of 2021 one of its stro...
Tags: Travel, Uae, Ward, Dana, Dana Gas, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Patrick Allman Ward

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Looks Like The Real Ghostbusters: The Movie

Call it fate, call it luck, call it karma, but after years, nay, decades of waiting, Ghostbusters fans are finally getting a proper sequel to the original Ghostbusters via Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife — at least, judging by that incredibly cool (and incredibly cheesy) new trailer. RELATED: Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer Teases Original Team’s Return Except, I say “proper sequel” loosely as Afterlife more closely resembles a big-screen version of the amazing The Real Ghostbusters anim...
Tags: Family, Comedy, Movies, Horror, New York City, Action, Columbia University, Jason Reitman, Ghostbusters, Peter Jackson, Ray, Peter, Dana, Harold Ramis, Stay Puft, Paul Rudd

Google interns take on 2021

When I applied to be an intern at Google, I didn’t know what I wanted to do. But I knew what I was hoping for: a collaborative culture, to work on interesting new technology, and, of course, one of those colorful propeller hats. Still, I had no idea what part of the company I should work in, and I was worried about completing an entire internship remotely from my bedroom. I eventually was placed on the Global Communications and Public Affairs team — a specialty that was new to me. All my anxieti...
Tags: Google, Sarah, Googlers, Dana, João, Lino, Global Communications and Public Affairs, Life at Google, Google Video Partners, Student Programs, Julia Harter, LinoBerlin GermanyLino, DanaLos Angeles CaliforniaThroughout, Google Cloud Brazil

Coast Guard base in San Pedro expanding to hold 2 new cutters, double staff

The U.S. Coast Guard broke ground on an expansion of its Los Angeles-Long Beach sector base in San Pedro on Wednesday, July 28, which officials said will eventually hold two new cutters and nearly double its staff. The approximately $35 million expansion project includes a 257-foot extension of its pier to accommodate one of its new 360-foot cutters and the building of a Naval Engineering Department facility. The project will improve the Coast Guard across the spectrum of its missions, which inc...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Chase, Long Beach, West Coast, Pacific, Public Safety, Walt Disney, San Pedro, Coast Guard, U S Coast Guard, McAllister, Dana, LA County