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Police continue investigation of anti-Semitic flyers found early this week near West Valley schools

Police on Wednesday continued investigating multiple anti-Semitic flyers found plastered near West Valley schools earlier this week, and they encouraged anyone with information to contact investigators. The posters plastered on and around at least two campuses were printed with swastikas and offensive messages equating Nazism with Zionism and the state of Israel. At least five of the flyers were found Monday morning around El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills, and another one alo...
Tags: News, Israel, Sport, David, Soccer, Palestine, Local-news, Orange County, Lapd, Brad Sherman, Valley, ADL, Woodland Hills, San Fernando Valley, El Camino, West Valley


Ease raises $19 mln

Ease said March 19 that it raised $19 million in a Series B round led by Centana Growth Partners. Propel Venture Partners, Compound Ventures, Freestyle Capital and Upside Partnership participated in the round. Ease, of San Francisco, provides HR and benefits software for SMBs, insurance brokers and insurance carries. Ease first two hires are Petar Nedyalkov as chief operating officer and Toshi Kureha as vice president Engineering. PRESS RELEASE EaseCentral Announces $19 Million in Series B Fundi...
Tags: New York, San Francisco, Trends, Palo Alto, David, San Diego, West Coast, Humana, VC Deals, David Reid, Courtney Guertin, Centana Growth Partners, Centana, Eric Byunn Partner, Petar Nedyalkov, Toshi Kureha


Chelsey Johnson's Playlist for Her Novel "Stray City"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Chelsey Johnson's novel Stray City is a propulsive and engaging debut. The New York Times wrote of the book: "Diverse and colorful . . . a vibrant portrait of a woman coming into ...
Tags: Music, Oregon, David, House, New York Times, Portland, Los Angeles Times, Anderson, Sao Paulo, Linda Ronstadt, Josh, Andrea, Elliott Smith, Kirkus, Paul Westerberg, Publishers Weekly


Hoverman joins Bain & Co

David Hoverman has joined Bain & Co as a partner in its private equity practice. Previously, Hoverman was the San Francisco office head and a member of the private equity practice at Parthenon. PRESS RELEASE MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY EXPERT, DAVID HOVERMAN, JOINS BAIN & COMPANY’S GLOBAL PRIVATE EQUITY PRACTICE New York – March 21, 2019 – Bain & Company announced today that David Hoverman has joined the firm as a partner in its Private Equity practice, where he will focus on media and technology compa...
Tags: New York, Americas, San Francisco, Trends, People, David, Parthenon, Private Equity, Bain, Dartmouth College, Bain Company, PE, Tuck School of Business, Bain Co, Bain amp ; Co, National Writing Project


These are the 1st-round NHL playoff matchups we want to see

The thing about the Stanley Cup playoffs is the first round usually produces the most compelling hockey.Maybe it's because that after a long six-month-plus, drawn-out regular season the players, coaches and fanatics can't wait for the level of hockey to increase a few more degrees.Or maybe it's because the first round has been a home to upsets. The Chicago Blackhawks were the West regular-season champs in 2016-17 and got bounced in a sweep by the eighth-seeded Nashville Predators....
Tags: News, Washington, Toronto, David, West, Arizona, Nashville, Jets, Detroit Red Wings, NHL, Calgary Flames, Pacific, Calgary, Tampa Bay Lightning, Chicago Blackhawks, Anaheim Ducks


Shorties (An Excerpt from the Anthology What My Mother and I Don’t Talk About, An Interview with Jessica Pratt, and more)

The Sewanee Review shared Melissa Febos's essay from the anthology, What My Mother and I Don’t Talk About. Drowned in Sound interviewed singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt. March's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: Fly Away Home by Marge Piercy Mitski covered Bleachers' "Let's Get Married." Mira Jacob discussed her new graphic memoir, Good Talk, with The Millions. Stream a new song by Truth Club. Janalyn Guo discussed her story collection, Our Colony Beyond the ...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, New York Observer, Jenny Lewis, Nme, Jessica Pratt, Atomic Books Comics Preview, NPR Music, Robert Lopez, Gabino Iglesias, Melissa Febos, Tayari Jones, Mira Jacob, Sewanee Review, Joyero


David Lynch Teaches Creativity and Film: A New Online Course

How many of us became David Lynch fans while first watching one of his films? And how many of those fans also left filled with the desire to make a film themselves? Though the long-circulating term "Lynchian" puts a name to Lynch's distinctively stimulating and disturbing cinematic style, it increasingly seems that no filmmaker, no matter how skilled, can quite pull off that style but Lynch himself. But even if you can never be the man who directed the likes of Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, a...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Film, College, David, Online Courses, Bob, Seoul, David Lynch, Werner Herzog, Facebook Twitter, Lynch, Mulholland Drive, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Facebook David Lynch


A Comprehensive Guide to Due Diligence Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions

By Richard D. Harroch, David A. Lipkin, Richard V. Smith, and John Cook Mergers and acquisitions typically involve a significant amount of due diligence by the buyer. Before committing to the transaction, the buyer will want to ensure that it knows what it is buying, what obligations it is assuming, the nature and extent of the seller’s contingent liabilities, problematic contracts, litigation risks, intellectual property issues, and much more. This is particularly true in private company acquis...
Tags: Organization, Sales, America, San Francisco, ISO, David, Xerox, Silicon Valley, Epa, John, Department Of Justice, Richard, Wall Street Journal, Irs, San Francisco Bay Area, Orrick Herrington Sutcliffe


Top 6 Magnificent Places to Visit in Israel

Israel is a country with a very rich history. Associated with the birth, life, and death of Jesus Christ, it is a place that ranks amongst most tourists destinations. Moreover, its mix of cultures makes it more enticing and exciting place to visit. Israel also offers spectacular archaeological sites, beaches and amazing cities that are a must visit. Israel is well connected to the world via air transport. With direct Israel flights from most countries in the world, the countries national...
Tags: Travel, Israel, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, David, Catholic Church, Jesus, Adventure Travel, Mediterranean, Jesus Christ, Mary, Nazareth, Dead Sea, Yad Vashem, DOLOROSA, Angel Gabriel


5 Tips for Saving Money When You Have Low Income

Most of us want to save money so we can build wealth and plan for the future. We have goals we want to reach (like traveling) or things we want to buy (like a dream home). However, this can seem impossible when you’re surviving on low income. According to CNN, 25 million American households are living paycheck to paycheck. When money is tight, saving any amount can be the last priority on your list. You’re just trying to get by. So how do you save more money when you’re making minimum wage? How...
Tags: Motivation, Saving Money, Marketing, Debt, Investing, Cnn, David, Frugality, Irs, Make Money, EITC, Better Yourself


Books of The Times: A Writer Gets Candid About Marriage and Humiliation in ‘The Trouble With Men’

David Shields describes his new book as “a short, intensive immersion into the perils, limits and possibilities of human intimacy.”
Tags: News, David, Shields, David Shields, Books and Literature, The Trouble With Men (Book


Comment on extra-flaky pie crust by David

This was the best pie crust I’ve ever made! Followed the recipe exactly, but did the folding twice so it was extra flaky, made the night before & kept in the fridge overnight. Filling was strawberry/rhubarb from an old Stonewall Kitchen cookbook and 6 people polished all but a slice of this pie last night. When I was younger, my family had a cook who made an apple pie from scratch every Monday night. Usually just a bottom crust, but sometimes she’d do a lattice-top just to show off. She ne...
Tags: Food, David


/Filmcast Ep. 509 – Triple Frontier

David enjoys the provocative dance-horror film Climax while Jeff reflects on parenthood through the Netflix show Working Moms. For their feature review, the trio tackles Triple Frontier, the star-studded Netflix original film directed by J.C. Chandor. Listen to David’s other podcast Write Along with writer C. Robert Cargill Devindra’s new podcast Know More Tech, answering your question on the latest gadgets. Subscribe to David’s Youtube channel at Davechensky. You can always e-mail us at slashf...
Tags: Movies, David, Netflix, Working Moms, Triple Frontier, Jeff, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Climax, Simonmharris, Kyle Hillinger, Facebook Shownotes, Black Earth Rising, Robert Cargill Devindra


Shorties (Laurie Halse Anderson on Her New Memoir-in-Verse, An Interview with Jenny Lewis, and more)

Laurie Halse Anderson discussed her new memoir-in-verse Shout with Weekend Edition. The Los Angeles Times profiled singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis. Stream a new song by Lewis. March's best eBook deals. eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: Stream a new Hey Cowboy! song. The Guardian interviewed Nikesh Shukla about the anthology he edited, The Good Immigrant. R.I.P., guitarist Dick Dale. Granta and Literary Hub shared excerpts from Summer Brennan's new book, High Heel. The Cur...
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, David, Dave Eggers, New York Public Library, Los Angeles Times, Jenny Lewis, Sxsw, Marlon James, Lewis, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Literary Hub, Nikesh Shukla, Los Angeles Review of Books, Brennan, Elizabeth McCracken


HM Naqvi's Playlist for His Novel "The Selected Works of Abdullah the Cossack"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. HM Naqvi's novel The Selected Works of Abdullah the Cossack is inventive, fun, and wholly evocative of its setting, Karachi. Kirkus wrote of the book: "A love story, a caper, a fa...
Tags: Music, India, David, Pakistan, Khan, Frankie Valli, Delhi, Leonard Cohen, Hindu, Kirkus, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Cohen, KARACHI, Abdullah, Dave Brubeck, KLF


Sort of Holy Grail

Sort of Holy Grail Submitted by Alan.H on March 18, 2019 - 9:45am. San Francisco Sourdough has always been a sort of holy grail for me, based entirely on its reputation. I have only previously tasted my own few attempts to bake it, drawn from the many SFSD recipes available online and in books and I have judged the results  to have varied between "OK" and "not too bad", so I was delighted to see David Snyder's blog entry on 7th March 2019 and his SFSD formula which is fairly closely...
Tags: David, Baking, David Snyder, San Francisco Sourdough, Alan H, Ramon Padilla


This Series Literally Interprets The Bible And Yes Can Confirm IT’S BONKERS

The only webseries dedicated to telling obscure Bible stories in a fresh, yet authentic style. This is the second genuine bible story. It is also the kind of bible story your religious leader does not want to talk about. FIELD NOTES FROM THE FUNNY OR DIE STAFF The Bible, and those that rely on its unbelievably antiquated stories to justify their heinous positions today, takes quite literally in my view the #1 position on my list of “Things That Have Caused The Most Human Suffering”. As a ...
Tags: David, Humor, Best Of The Web, Samuel, Leviticus, Ye, Deuteronomy


What Is The 'Pact Of Silence' Mentioned In The Madeleine McCann Documentary?

It’s been more than 10 years since 3-year-old Madeleine McCann went missing from her family’s villa in the holiday resort of Praia da Luz, Portugal. Though the ongoing case has been the subject of intense media scrutiny for a long period of time now, the arrival of new Netflix documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann has revived public curiosity around what happened to Kate and Gerry McCann’s daughter all those years ago.The eight-part series takes us on a lengthy journey, rehashing fa...
Tags: Fashion, Music, David, Netflix, Madeleine McCann, Kate, Felicia, Madeleine, McCann, Gerry, Ocean Club, Praia da Luz Portugal, Gerry McCann, David Payne, Hannah Brown, Margarida


What fulfills our hearts — and makes Jesus Happy

When I look at a Bible a little rough around the edges, I see a life spent with Jesus. Each tear stain, I wonder if it was from desperation or new found hope. Every underline or highlight, is someone putting their trust in the promises of the Word. It’s an expectation of delivery, and not of the UPS kind. It’s guaranteed delivery no matter the storm. It’s a grace to welcome Stephanie Alton as she writes about The Beginner’s Bible on the farm’s front porch today… guest post by Stephanie Alton ...
Tags: Books, Family, Children, Religion, Guest Posts, Noah, David, Jesus, ANN, Jonah, Zondervan, Noah Noah, David Goliath, Bible Reading, Stephanie Alton


God is Just (2 Samuel 6) Lesson #18 in What is God Like?

In 2 Samuel 6 children will learn that God is Just. AGE GROUP: elementary (ages 6-11)TIME REQUIRED: 45 minutes This is lesson 18 of 42 in our study on the Attributes of God called “Can you tell me what God is like?” Visit the series index to view all the lessons and get more ideas for using this curriculum in your children’s ministry. LESSON 18: GOD IS JUST Key Verse:“‘The Lord is known by His justice; the wicked are ensnared by the work of His hands.” Psalm 9:16Teaching ...
Tags: Religion, Time, Jerusalem, David, Jesus, God, Lesson Plans, Samuel, Aaron, Immanuel, Levites, Uzzah, 2 Samuel


God is King of Kings and Lord of Lords (1 Samuel 8-10) Lesson #19 in What is God Like?

AGE GROUP: elementary (ages 6-11)TIME REQUIRED: 45 minutes This is lesson 19 of 42 in our study on the Attributes of God called “Can you tell me what God is like?” Visit the series index to view all the lessons and get more ideas for using this curriculum in your children’s ministry. LESSON 19: GOD IS KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS Key Verse:“On His robe and on His thigh He has this name written: KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS.” Revelation 19:16Teaching Passage: Israel Demand...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Jerusalem, David, Egypt, Jesus, Lesson Plans, Samuel, Saul, Immanuel, 1 Samuel


To Be Truly Humble, Use the Gifts God Gave You

Do you know what annoys a writer? A professional writer, I mean, someone like me who takes writing as his calling and his craft? When a reader says something like “It’s so easy for you” or “It must be great to have so much talent. The rest of us have to work at writing.” I will thank you, and look at you with what my wife says is an obviously insincere smile, which apparently undermines the effect of the thank you. I’ve worked hard at my craft. I’ve sacrificed to get better at it, and have put u...
Tags: Featured, Writing, Religion, David, Humility, Jesus, Don, Faith & Spirituality, Catholic Exchange, Philip Dion, Fr. Philip Dion, Fr Dion, Ethika Politika


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Hey just wanted everyone to know Bishop made it here hope to be a teacher and a student primitive weapons and skills are right up my alley or should I say swamp I live in Florida a I am a us Marine hunting trapping fishing camping slingshot shooting bow atlatl rabbit stick primitive David sling pana Kyle stick blow gun and any rifle or hand gun but out of all if it slingshot and bows are what I like best.
Tags: Florida, David, Weapon, Bishop, New Member Introduction, Kyle


Board Question #92043: #92017 was fascinating to read about to me. How many ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,#92017 was fascinating to read about to me. How many offshoots of the LDS church are there and what did/do they believe? What's the most interesting one out there?-I've heard of the FLDS and RLDS church before but that's it A: Dear same here, Prepare yourself. Here are basically all the offshoots of the church Joseph Smith established. Data comes from this amazing timeline (seriously go look at it). There may be churches missing but hopefully I got all the orders right, ...
Tags: Utah, England, Colorado, Washington, Mexico, France, Oregon, Wikipedia, Nigeria, Israel, Church, Georgia, David, Missouri, Maine, Hawaii


Spring Forward : Notes from Right Now

My excellent friend Knox, a guy not known for his restraint, ordered way to many bulbs for his garden and gave the excess to me. I planted about half of them before our ridiculous second snow arrived. Yesterday, when I went to take the dog out, I noticed my lawn was dotted with bright yellow crocuses, like little golden suns. There should be more of them, but the squirrels must have their share. Daily, I would tuck them back in the ground, daily, I would find them slightly chewed on and rejecte...
Tags: Travel, David, Antarctica, Knox, Billy Bragg, Alex, Sarah, Andy, Administrivia, Martin, Anne, Olympia, Olympia Washington, Elko Nevada, Kitsap Peninsula, David Scherer


Mike Giraudo's SFSD a la dmsnyder/Ann Rogers

Mike Giraudo's SFSD a la dmsnyder/Ann Rogers Submitted by syros on March 16, 2019 - 7:06am. Hi David, I decided to try this bread as per the recipe you posted as per Ann Rogers. I halved the recipe to make one boule. And I stuck to all purpose for this bread. I made a stiff starter (probably around 62%) - which I think fermented a bit too long in my oven with the light on - about 12 hours, however, I went for it. It went into the fridge for about 12 hours, baked at 475 F i...
Tags: David, Baking, Ann Rogers, Mike Giraudo


Joe Biden: can a veteran centrist win in the polarised age of Trump?

The former vice-president, an apostle of the bipartisan spirit in a Democratic party moving left, has defied his age once before to win an election and, at 76, could do so againCaleb Boggs was a second world war hero who had never lost an election. The Republican senator for Delaware enjoyed a 30-point lead in the polls against an unknown, untested Democrat who was just 29 years old. Yet he was outplayed, and outworked, and lost by 1%. The David who slayed this Goliath was a good-looking lawyer ...
Tags: Joe Biden, US news, David, Democrats, US politics, Biden, Delaware, Trump, Naomi, Richard Nixon, Boggs, US elections 2020, Neilia


A Comprehensive Guide to Due Diligence Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions

By Richard D. Harroch, David A. Lipkin, Richard V. Smith, and John Cook Mergers and acquisitions typically involve a significant amount of due diligence by the buyer. Before committing to the transaction, the buyer will want to ensure that it knows what it is buying, what obligations it is assuming, the nature and extent of the seller’s contingent liabilities, problematic contracts, litigation risks, intellectual property issues, and much more. This is particularly true in private company acquis...
Tags: Organization, Sales, America, San Francisco, ISO, David, Xerox, Silicon Valley, Epa, John, Department Of Justice, Richard, Wall Street Journal, Irs, San Francisco Bay Area, Orrick Herrington Sutcliffe


Shorties (Ursula K. Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness at 50, A Profie of Helado Negro's Roberto Carlos Lange, and more)

The Paris Review reconsidered Ursula K. Le Guin's novel The Left Hand of Darkness on the 50th anniversary of its publication. Billboard profiled Helado Negro's Roberto Carlos Lange. March's best eBook deals. NPR Music shared a history of Woody Guthrie's song, "This Land Is Your Land." Stream a new Baroness song. The Boston Globe interviewed cartoonist Bill Griffith. Stream a new song by the Head and the Heart. The Rumpus interviewed author Josh Denslow. NYCTaper shared...
Tags: Music, Woody Guthrie, David, New York Times, Alicia Keys, Ursula K Le Guin, Baroness, Ryley Walker, Boston Globe, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Paris Review, NPR Music, Laura van den Berg, Roberto Carlos Lange, Helado Negro, Bill Griffith


What If Your Future Was Determined By The Color Of Your Eyes

If you are looking for something powerful, creative, provocative, and beautifully done, go look at True Blue by Eliot Peper and team. In 2017, I wrote a post titled A Clever Short Story About Discrimination about the short story that Eliot had written. It was an idea that David Cohen had. He shared it with Eliot, who then wrote the short story. David then funded a project for Eliot to turn it into an “internet public art project.” Eliot describes how they made True Blue. It’s a fab...
Tags: Art, Book, Trends, David, David Cohen, Feld, Eliot, True Blue, Eliot Peper