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‘Lost Boys’ Pilot at CW Casts Lincoln Younes in Kiefer Sutherland Role

The CW’s revamped (get it?) “Lost Boys” pilot has cast one of its lead roles. Lincoln Younes has been cast in the series as Benjamin, the charismatic leader of the gang of vampires in a seemingly idyllic North Carolina seaside town. Younes’ role is most similar to the role of David in the 1987 film […]
Tags: News, David, The Cw, North Carolina, Cw, Kiefer Sutherland, Benjamin, The Lost Boys, Lincoln Younes, CW Casts Lincoln Younes


Tiffany Tsao's Playlist for Her Novel "The Majesties"

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, Roxane Gay, and many others. Tiffany Tsao's novel The Majesties is a haunting literary page turner I couldn't put down. Publishers Weekly wrote of the book: "Tsao cannily pulls back the gilded surface from a w...
Tags: Music, Lana Del Rey, Indonesia, La, Singapore, Los Angeles, Sufjan Stevens, David, Melbourne, Britney Spears, University Of California Berkeley, Berkeley, Lou Reed, UC Berkeley, Nina Simone, Jakarta


Eric Bana to Star in Mike “The Bike” Hailwood Biopic

Eric Bana Set to Write, Star and Co-Direct Mike “The Bike” Hailwood Biopic Eric Bana is going all in a biopic based on the life of Mike “The Bike” Hailwood. According to Deadline, the actor will write, star and co-direct the film alongside Robert Connolly, having acquired the rights via his Pick Up Truck Pictures and Connolly’s Arenamedia company. RELATED: Candyman Teaser & Poster Released Ahead of Trailer on Thursday Per the report, the film will focus on “the life and spectacular comeback ...
Tags: Movies, News, Film, David, Ducati, Biopic, Director, True Story, Mike, Connolly, Bana, Robert Connolly, Eric Bana, ComingSoon, Movie News, Hailwood


Shorties (An Interview with Laszlo Krasznahorkai, New Music from Throwing Muses, and more)

Louisiana.dk interviewed author Laszlo Krasznahorkai. Stream a new song by . February's best eBook deals. eBook on sale today for $1.99: Lizzo shared her love for Ella Fitzgerald at The Current. PEN America interviewed author Brandon Taylor. Paste profiled Soccer Mommy's Sophie Allison. Paste shared an excerpt from Dennis E. Staples' debut novel This Town Sleeps. Stream a new song. Candice Carty-Williams recommended the best books by black women at O: The Oprah M...
Tags: Music, David, New York Times, Harvey Weinstein, Louisiana, László Krasznahorkai, Zadie Smith, Lizzo, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Ella Fitzgerald, Bonnie, Laura Cumming, Ben Lerner, PEN America, Azadeh Moaveni, Brandon Taylor


Trailer for Season 2 of Ugly Delicious

Chef David Chang, who I guess is in the process of being not a chef now in the way that Bourdain became not a chef, is back for season 2 of Ugly Delicious, a food/travel/culture show on Netflix. From Eater: Like the first season, this one promises to “use food as a vehicle to break down cultural barriers, tackle misconceptions and uncover shared experiences,” per a press release. The four episodes — only half the number of episodes as season 1 — will focus on food made for babies and childr...
Tags: David, Jason Kottke, Bourdain, David Chang


/Filmcast Ep. 556 – Sonic the Hedgehog

David, Devindra, Jeff come together to review Sonic the Hedgehog, the new film based on the popular video game franchise. Tune in to find out whether the recent digital makeover helped the film in the box office. Watch the highlights from Sonic’s 25th celebration here. Thanks for our sponsors this week: Lensabl and Quip To get 20% off your first lens replacement order, head to lensabl.com and enter code FILM20 at checkout. Go to getquip.com/FILMCAST and get your first re-fill for free! Li...
Tags: Movies, Youtube, David, Sonic the Hedgehog, Engadget, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Sonic, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger, Devindra, Lensabl, David Devindra Jeff, Facebook Shownotes


The sudden departure of Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block shows how Marc Benioff is preparing a new generation of talent to take the reins at the cloud giant

Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block has stepped down from his role, less than 2 years after he first ascended to the role in the summer of 2018. Analysts say that it was always a strange choice for Salesforce to have a co-CEO: While they respect Block's success at the company, experts say that his lofty title didn't necessarily give him more power over the company than founder and CEO Marc Benioff, known for doing things his own way. Block's departure could clear the deck for a new generation of lea...
Tags: Google, Bt, US, NFL, Trends, David, Gavin Patterson, Salesforce, Taylor, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Cto, Oliver, Marc Benioff, Business Insider, Block


The sudden departure of Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block could show how Marc Benioff is preparing a new generation of talent to take the reins at the cloud giant

Salesforce co-CEO Keith Block has stepped down from his role, less than 2 years after he first ascended to the role in the summer of 2018. Analysts say that it was always a strange choice for Salesforce to have a co-CEO: While they respect Block's success at the company, experts say that his lofty title didn't necessarily give him more power over the company than founder and CEO Marc Benioff, known for doing things his own way. Block's departure could clear the deck for a new generation of lea...
Tags: Google, Bt, US, Trends, David, Gavin Patterson, Salesforce, Taylor, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Cto, Oliver, Marc Benioff, Business Insider, Block, Tableau


Chana Porter's Playlist for Her Novel "The Seep"

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, Roxane Gay, and many others. Chana Porter's debut novel The Seep is an auspicious work of speculative fiction, an impressive work of love and loss and optimism. Booklist wrote of the book: "Porter’s gripping, ...
Tags: Music, Scotland, Spain, David, David Bowie, Kate Bush, Bill, Nina Simone, Sam Cooke, Anne Frank, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Porter, Minnie Riperton, Brooklyn New York, Booklist, Trina


Lent in Our Home this Year ❤

Hello my friends, and happy Shrove Tuesday! I thought I'd hop on quickly and share a little about our Lenten journey this year ... :-)  I tried to keep it pretty simple (read: do-able) because I'm working with my younger two boys, 6 year old Little Bear and 18 year old Earlybird who has autism ... and our days have been anything but simple lately. As I organized this project I tried to keep things appropriate for their sensitivities, but also arrange things so that all of us can be...
Tags: Wales, David, Jesus, New England, Homeschooling


Shorties (The Most Influential Science Fiction Books, TORRES on Patti Smith, and more)

Lifehacker Australia listed the most influential science fiction books of all time. Singer-songwriter TORRES shared her admiration for Patti Smith at American Songwriter. February's best eBook deals. eBook on sale today for $1.99: We Wanted to Be Writers: Life, Love, and Literature at the Iowa Writers' Workshop by Eric Olsen and Glenn Schaeffer Under the Radar profiled Greg Dulli. Paste listed the best Joanna Newsom songs. O: The Oprah Magazine has new short fiction by Laura ...
Tags: Music, David, Brooklyn, New York Times, Patti Smith, Joanna Newsom, Greg Dulli, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Torres, Johann Johannson, Granta, Eric Olsen, Oprah Magazine, Iowa Writers Workshop, Charles Yu, Robbie Lee


5 startup founders explain how they reimagined an old-school industry to break into the buzzy construction-tech scene

Founder-market fit, or the edge that a founder's personal and professional experience brings to a startup, is one of the most important principles of venture capital investment.  Construction tech has seen a rush of startups looking to put a disruptive tech spin on one of the world's biggest industries. The buzzy niche of startups has attract founders from both inside and outside the traditional construction industry.  We spoke to five founders from four construction-tech companies about their...
Tags: Softbank, US, Trends, Mit, David, New Orleans, Warren Buffett, Construction, Ubisoft, Denver, Stanford University, Turner, Singha, Madison Square Garden, Wolfe, St Kitts


Jerry Jeudy, who is scheduled to meet with Jets, kicks off NFL Combine with controversial comment

Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy is arguably the best receiving prospect in the 2020 NFL Draft class, so media members flocked to his podium on Tuesday at the NFL Scouting Combine to hear what he had to say before his workout and interviews with teams this week. Well, he may want to retract one statement. Jeudy was seen wearing a Star of David chain around his neck, and one reporter asked him why he wears it.
Tags: News, Alabama, NFL, David, Jets, Jeudy, Jerry Jeudy


Ten Ways We Can Practice Fasting

Jesus said: “Unless you do penance you will all perish,” (Lk. 13:3). In the first preaching of His Public ministry Jesus exhorts us to conversion: “Be converted for the Kingdom of God is at hand,”(Mk. 1:15). The Mystical Body of Christ generously offers us a season of grace which has, as its purpose, conversion every year. This is the forty days of Lent. Moses fasted forty days on the Mountain and Jesus spent forty days in the desert fasting. The Church encourages us in the Season of Lent to...
Tags: Featured, Church, Religion, David, Jesus, Christ, James, Simon, Mary, Phil, Savior Jesus Christ, Cyrene, Faith & Spirituality, Father God, Saint Jose Maria, Bathsheba II Samuel


Frederick Barclay was secretly recorded at Ritz, high court hears

Businessman and daughter bring legal action against four relatives and Philip PetersThe billionaire Sir Frederick Barclay, whose businesses include the Daily Telegraph and the Ritz hotel, was secretly recorded for several months after his nephew bugged the hotel’s conservatory, the high court has heard.The 85-year-old businessman and his daughter Amanda claim that his twin brother Sir David’s three sons – Alistair, Aidan and Howard – as well as Aidan’s son Andrew were parties to the recording of...
Tags: UK News, David, Daily Telegraph, Aidan, Barclay Brothers, Howard, Andrew, Amanda, Ritz, Frederick Barclay, Philip PetersThe, Alistair Aidan


Mathea Morais's Playlist for Her Novel "There You Are"

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, Roxane Gay, and many others. Mathea Morais's coming-of-age debut novel There You Are impressively wields music as the heart of both its characters and environment. Kirkus wrote of the book: "...for readers who...
Tags: Asia, Music, Aretha Franklin, David, House, David Bowie, Smokey Robinson, Elvis Presley, Michael Brown, Francis, Prince, Michael Jackson, St Louis, Detroit, Nina Simone, Cypress Hill


Shorties (An Excerpt from Hilary Mantel's New Novel, The 25th Anniversary of PJ Harvey's To Bring You My Love Album, and more)

Authors and actors discussed their favorite Hilary Mantel books at the Guardian. The Guardian also profiled Mantel. Read an excerpt from Mantel's new novel The Mirror and the Light. The Quietus reconsidered PJ Harvey's album To Bring You My Love on its 25th anniversary. February's best eBook deals. Paste recommended the week's best new music. Adam Levin discussed his story in this week's issue with the New Yorker. SPIN listed Lee Ranaldo's best albums. Allison Pataki recom...
Tags: Music, David, New York Times, Hilary Mantel, Yo La Tengo, PJ Harvey, Bethany Cosentino, Wendy, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Electric Literature, Adam Levin, Harvey, Lower East Side, Los Angeles Review of Books, Lauren Groff, Clare


Does Your Small Business Create a Personal Prison or Provide Financial Freedom?

For many small business owners, starting a business is a dream of financial freedom; doing what they love and working when they want. Unfortunately, more often, it becomes a personal prison where they are required to work more hours than any job and serve customers they dislike. On the Small Business Radio Show this week, David Neagle, founder of Life Is Now, Inc, discusses four questions every small business needs to ask themselves in order to get set up for success: 4 Questions to Set up for...
Tags: Sales, David, Small Business Operations, David Neagle, Small Business Radio Show, Life Is Now Inc


Comment on extra-billowy dutch baby pancake by Alicia

In reply to David. I did not care for NYT recipe. It came out to dense. There was plenty of ripples. It also puffed.
Tags: Food, David, ALICIA


Comment on perfect vegetable lasagna by David

Made this tonight and it was a big hit. (Used fennel and a variety of mushrooms, per the note). I think that next time I’ll add an egg to the ricotta, per recipes I’ve made in the past. And more parmesan to the mozzarella. But those are quibbles. The one thing I’ll note is that to make 5 layers, per the recipe, I ended up using closer to 1⅓-1½ pounds of lasagna noodles, not 1. (I made two to of these and froze one; I used most of a third box of lasagna noodles, which luckily I had in the ...
Tags: Food, David


Reconcile With Your Brothers (And Avoid Hellfire!)

I do not have any biological brothers, but I do have 5 sons.   In my fraternal poverty (biological speaking), however, I have learned its value, learning through fraternal bonds with other men how important brotherhood is.   And, conversely, seeing the battles and fights that arise between my sons shows the other side of the blessing – the tensions and meanness that seems strangely tied to brothers. It’s hard to exaggerate how important fraternity is in the Scriptures, both the power of it an...
Tags: Israel, Church, Religion, Jerusalem, David, Catholic Church, Jesus, Christ, Forgiveness, Peter, Joseph, PAUL, Matt, Cain, Adam, Jacob


LA County voting centers open today — with some early glitches

Years in the making, vote centers opened throughout Los Angeles County on Saturday morning, ushering in a major change in the way and where many of the county’s voters cast their ballots. Billed as a way to make voting more equitable and accessible, the centers — all 1,000 of them — are sprinkled throughout Los Angeles County. Officials are staggering their opening — some 11 days ahead of the March 3 primary, and others opening next Saturday, Feb. 29, four days ahead of the primary. Some opened ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Elections, News, Congress, California, La, Los Angeles, Workers, Sport, Fbi, David, Soccer, Iowa, Beverly Hills, Local News


Coronavirus: Cruise ship evacuees arrive back in UK – latest updates

The World Health Organization has raised concerns about cases where there has been no contact with someone known to be infected nor travel to China 12.24pm GMT Yoon-sook Lee, a restaurant owner, in Yulha-dong, Daegu, the city at the heart of South Korea’s coronavirus outbreak, said: It is literally like how I imagine Gotham City to be. Streets are deserted and those who are outside are half running as if they are all in a hurry or being chased. I run a restaurant which serve take away lunche...
Tags: South Korea, UK, China, World news, David, Infectious Diseases, World Health Organization, Gotham City, Costco, Northamptonshire, Coronavirus outbreak, Sally Abel, Yoon sook Lee, Yulha dong Daegu


Moving into Stillness

Frustrated, I left the pulmonary specialist’s office feeling deflated and in limbo, suspended between known questions and unknown answers. After stress tests, an electrocardiogram, a chest x-ray, and so many failed trial treatments, the specialist confirmed that there was a problem: “Your oxygen levels decrease as you walk,” he said.  But he had no explanation for why this was happening, let alone solutions for fixing it. He only offered the option for further testing. Why am I experienci...
Tags: Inspiration, David, Yoga, Growth, Physical Health, Shepherd, YMCA, Spiritual Growth, Everyday Faith, Lucretia Berry


Shorties (Sally Rooney on Books and Reading, Zoë Kravitz and Nick Hornby on the New Television Adaptation of Hgh Fidelity, and more)

Sally Rooney talked books and reading with the New York Times. Vulture interviewed Zoë Kravitz and Nick Hornby about the television adaptation of Hornby's novel High Fidelity. February's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $1.99 today: The Good Thief by Hannah Tinti Stream Archers of Loaf's first new song in over 20 years. The New York Times recommended the week's best books. All Ears examined musicians' varied uses of distortion. Tor.com shared a story from Ken Liu's coll...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Washington Post, Sufjan Stevens, David, New York Times, Nick Hornby, Hornby, Vanity Fair, Ken Liu, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Zoe Kravitz, Sarah Moss, Oprah Magazine, Chris Carrabba, Joanna Rakoff


DAVIDsTEA Canada Sale: Get An Extra 20% OFF All Markdowns + 3 for $25 Tea Sachet Boxes & More!

It’s tea time at DAVIDsTEA Canada! Indulge in your love for tea with an extra 20% off on all markdown items. Plus get these other tea-riffic deals:   3 for $25 Tea Sachet Boxes Buy 1, Get 1 50% off Favourite Tea Tins 3 for $15 Wellness tea filled capsules $10 Hot and Iced Tea Kit with $35 purchase   Enter your email to get 10% off   & More! With four warming organic and certified Kosher loose leaf blends and an exclusive gold Perfect Spoon, this Organic Bliss Collection Tea Gift Set is li...
Tags: Shopping, David, Canada, Nepal, Chai, DavidsTea, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Canadian Discount Coupons Canada, DAVIDsTEA Canada, DAVIDsTEA Canada Indulge, Favourite Tea Tins


Are You Looking for Something Good To Read?

One thing I love to do is resource other people with good books. That means I read a lot and then try to mention some of the best of the bunch in case that will spur other people on in their own reading. To that end, here are a few of the books I’ve read recently, accompanied by miniature reviews. (And, in case nothing here strikes your fancy, I’ve got two other round-ups from 2020: number one and number two.) The Tragedy of Liberation: A History of the Chinese Revolution 1945-...
Tags: Resources, America, Blogging, David, Wisconsin, Ohio, Joseph Stalin, Stalin, David McCullough, Montefiore, Leithart, Peter Leithart, McCullough, Northwest Territory, Jonathan Parnell, Frank Dikötter


Weekly Roundup, Friday 21 February 2020

By all accounts, the Airbus A220 is a lovely plane, well liked by airlines and passengers alike. How ironic that this great airplane almost completely destroyed its developer – Bombardier. See story below. Good morningThe Covid-19 virus (it now has a name) has been enormously on my mind the last several weeks, and for very direct and personally impactful reasons.  To help clarify my thinking, I wrote a detailed and careful analysis of the present situation and the possible unfolding future, an...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, South Korea, Europe, Japan, Florida, UK, New York, Science, France, Scotland, Hotels, China, Ipo, Singapore, Miscellaneous


Wisdom of the Loud; Vote First; 100 Best; Sumo Advantage

Dear ScaleUps,  Hope it’s been a productive and purposeful week. Here are some insights/opportunities to help you outlearn/outthink the competition. We replaced a language of “prove and perform” with a language of “improve and learn.”   David Marquet author of Leadership is Language Latest ScaleUp News -- The Customer Funded Business in 2020; Legal Software Firm hits AUD$450 Million Thanks to BHAG and Scaling Up; Screening Job Applicants with AI –...
Tags: Amazon, Leadership, David, Hilton, Marriott, Dallas, Fortune, Santa Fe, Atlassian, Hyatt, Bernie, Kimpton, Coe, Pittsburgh Penquins, David Marquet, Better Book Club


‘Hunters’ Showrunner Nikki Toscano on the Show’s Unorthodox Style and Balancing Thrills With Reverence [Interview]

Al Pacino takes on his first streaming television series in Amazon’s new series Hunters . He plays Meyer Offerman, a Holocaust survivor leading a team of Nazi hunters in 1977 New York. While  David Weil created the series,  he shares showrunner duties with Nikki Toscano. Toscano comes from shows like 24: Legacy, Shades of Blue, State of Affairs, Revenge and Bates Motel . Jordan Peele’s company Monkeypaw Productions produces Hunters. Toscano spoke with /Film by phone this week abo...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, New York, Television, Movies, Interviews, Nazis, Features, David, Budapest, Jordan, Nazi, Meyer, Al Pacino, Hunters, Times Square