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Restaurant Coupons 05/18/19: Denny’s, IHOP, Noodles & Co & More

Restaurant Coupons 05/18/19: Denny’s, IHOP, Noodles & Co & More. Here are some amazing gift card deals that you can score at many restaurant chains now through Father’s Day (June 16, 2019). It includes restaurants like Denny’s, IHOP, Noodles & Co & More. Be sure to check them out to grab some amazing offers.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Frugality, Ihop, Denny


Ann, Nancy and Quincy

In The Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed Heart for my "Anatomy of a Song" column on their 1977 hit, Barracuda (go here). I spoke with Ann and Nancy Wilson, Roger and Mike Fisher and Mike Derosier about the sexist ad and remark that led Ann Wilson to write the lyrics to the song. [Photo above of Ann Wilson, left, and Nancy Wilson courtesy of Facebook] Here's the band performing Barracuda in 1977... Also in the WSJ, I interviewed Moby for my "House Call" column in the Mansion...
Tags: Facebook, New York, New Jersey, Jazz, Columbia University, John Coltrane, Mansion, ANN, East Coast, Wall Street Journal, Ross, James, Alfred, Quincy Jones, Roxy, Don


Bad news today...

R.I.P. I knew from talking with Gail Pepin at NRAAM that Denny was in a bad way, and figured I'd wrap up the writing work on my plate and then take a couple days to go visit up in Rochester. Yet another lesson in Not Putting Stuff Off, I guess. . [Author: Tam]
Tags: Guns, Rochester, Tam, Denny, Suckage, NRAAM, Gail Pepin


Gil Mellé: Blue Note Years

Gil Mellé was a fascinating saxophonist and composer. Not widely known today, Mellé [pronounced MILL-ay] was a renaissance man. He played tenor and baritone saxophone, he was a painter, an inventor, he wrote film scores and he led groups. Jazz was a passion in the late 1940s and early '50s, and he worked hard to develop a sound—not an overarching one that identified him as a player but a sound that suited his compositions. [Photo above of Gil Mellé by Francis Wolff] All of Mellé's Blue Note re...
Tags: New York, Jazz, West Coast, Rudy, Vermont, Mitchell, Alfred, Stan Getz, Denny, Hackensack, Lombardi, Gil, Paul Motian, Birdland, Francis Wolff, Alfred Lion


Facebook Has A Dating App So Welcome To Hell

I’d rather just be single forever Matchmaking sites have been around since basically the dawn of the internet, and with the development of smart technology there’s no shortage of dating apps available at the tip of your fingers. Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, you’ve got a lot to choose from. One place where I absolutely never expected (or wanted) to find a dating app, though, is Facebook. But here we are. The full app hasn’t launched in the USA yet (tragic, I know) but there is a new feature ca...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, Usa, Walmart, Humor, Nebraska, Gracie Hughes, Motel, Denny, Dave Matthews


Why Joey Fatone and Lance Bass are talking about Maytag: Marketer’s Brief

Welcome to the latest edition of Marketer's Brief, a quick take on marketing news, moves and trends from Ad Age's reporters and editors. Send tips/suggestions to [email protected] It’s gonna be May…tag“It’s gonna be May” is one of spring’s favorite memes and Maytag wants in. The appliance brand, which is owned by Whirlpool, has been talking about ‘N Sync’s May 1 humor for a while, but only took the plunge this year with a campaign that tailors the “It’s Gonna Be May” meme to the iconic Maytag ...
Tags: Abc, Advertising, Deanie Elsner, Aig, Kraft, Joey Fatone, Whirlpool, Lance Bass, Liberty Mutual, Citi, Chicago Sun Times, Denny, Johnson Johnson, Abercrombie Fitch, Boston Consulting Group, Kellogg


How to use data to build relationships with customers

Homing in on your ad target through technology is only half a marketer’s job: The other half is maintaining that customer relationship. Seductive rewards programs give consumers easy access to brands they already buy and give companies lots of data to mine—and the better the program, the higher the adoption rate, enticing customers to spend more. A Harvard Business Review report in 2014 says that acquiring a new customer is anywhere from five to 25 times more expensive than retaining an existin...
Tags: Amazon, Advertising, Marriott, Starbucks, John, Yougov, Harvard Business Review, Denny, Rao, ICF, Reebok, Punchh, Shyam Rao, Guy Cierzan


Q&A: How Denny’s Advertising Is Embracing Inclusivity as More Than a Buzzword

Imagine people of every stripe gathered under one roof, hanging out and enjoying themselves, breaking bread and making memories. Is it a pipe dream in today's divisive climate or a retail marketer's version of utopia? It's neither, say executives at Denny's, who are launching a new campaign today that features an inclusive lineup--both in front...
Tags: Advertising, Denny, CMO Report


Charles, Duke and Ella

This week in The Wall Street Journal, I interviewed actor-comedian Charles Grodin for my "House Call" column in the Mansion section (go here). Chuck talked about living near the Pittsburgh zoo as a kid. Coming up with jokes at bedtime, he'd try them out loud, but he'd time the punchlines so the hyenas would laugh at the right moment. A laugh-track with spots. [Photo above of Charles Grodin at his Connecticut home by Julie Bidwell Photography for The Wall Street Journal] Here's the full He...
Tags: Chuck, New York, Connecticut, Jazz, Miles Davis, Mansion, Frank Sinatra, Duke, Wall Street Journal, Vermont, Pittsburgh, Sinatra, Mary, Denny, Denny Zeitlin, Sunnyside


Cannabis Is The Next Big Thing In Scented Candles — Here's Where You Can Get Them

Back in the day — as in, before marijuana was legal in many states, and we had to clandestinely exhale smoke out of our dorm room windows via paper towel holders — weed was a smell we were always looking for ways to cover up. Scented candles, sprays, incense, air freshener, you name it, we used it. (Hindsight being 20/20, I think we can all agree these didn't work very well. Your mom/RA/server at Denny's totally knew.)But these days, cannabis and its chill cousin CBD are so mainstream that not ...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Woodstock, Don, Denny, Malin Goetz, Elyse Walker, Malin Goetz Aside, Kushed, Kushed Candles If Purple Kush


These are the restaurants open Easter: Starbucks, McDonald's, Denny's and more

National chains including Starbucks, McDonald's and Dunkin' will be open Easter Sunday along with Waffle House. But it's best to call and confirm.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Waffle House, Denny, Dunkin, Starbucks McDonald


Man charged with murder in shooting death of ex-girlfriend during child custody exchange at Hawthorne police station

A Hawthorne man was charged Tuesday, April 9, with murder after he allegedly shot and killed the mother of his 1-year-old son during a custody exchange in front of the Hawthorne Police Station, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced. Jacob Ryan Munn, 30, was also charged with possession of a firearm by a felon and the case includes a special circumstance allegation that had been was lying in wait and used a shotgun in the killing Sunday, prosecutors said. Officers were d...
Tags: Murder, Crime, News, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Riverside County, Denny, South Bay, Simi Valley, Hawthorne, El Segundo, Woodland Hills, Munn, Renteria, Hacienda Heights


Hawthorne police stretched to limit after 2 shootings in 1 day: ‘There’s just no planning for something like this’

By mid-morning Sunday, the Hawthorne Police Department already had raced into action to face a nightmarish scenario: a man armed with a high-powered rifle running through a packed shopping center parking lot, firing at officers as he fled. The gun battle left the suspect shot in his torso and an officer shot in his leg. Bullet holes were found in nearby businesses, strays from a chaotic shootout. Armored vehicles and SWAT teams rolled through the area, searching the suspect’s hotel room and vehi...
Tags: Crime, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Riverside County, Inglewood, Denny, Simi Valley, Torrance, U S Marine Corps, Manhattan Beach, Hawthorne, El Segundo, Munn, City News Service, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department


Shooting during custody exchange at Hawthorne Police station leaves a woman dead; suspect sought

Officers sought one suspect following a shooting at the Hawthorne Police station that left one person dead on the evening of Sunday, April 7. Hawthorne Police Lt. Gary Tomatani said the 6 p.m. incident stemmed from a custody exchange involving two parents and a 17-month-old child in front of the station, 12501 Hawthorne Blvd. Tomatani said an altercation took place, and a male suspect used a shotgun to kill a woman. Paramedics were immediately dispatched, but she was declared dead at the scene. ...
Tags: News, Shooting, Sport, Soccer, Homicide, Denny, Hawthorne Boulevard, CBS Los Angeles, Officer-involved Shooting, Top Stories Breeze, Hawthorne Police Lt, Ramona Avenue, Tom Bray, Tom Bray SCNG, Rosecrans Avenue, Crime + Public Safety


Hulu’s Looking for Alaska Adds Timothy Simons & Ron Cephas Jones

Hulu’s Looking for Alaska adds Timothy Simons & Ron Cephas Jones Timothy Simons (Veep) and Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us) have been cast as series regulars in Hulu’s upcoming eight-episode limited series Looking for Alaska, the miniseries adaptation of the controversial John Green novel. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function()...
Tags: TV, Movies, Alaska, TV News, Hulu, John Green, Jones, Eagle, Miles, Sofia, Charlie Plummer, Hyde, Denny, Riverdale, Marty Bowen, Simons


Cannabis banking reform is smart, necessary and politically viable

Aaron Smith Contributor Aaron Smith is co-founder and executive director of the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA). Pressure is steadily mounting on U.S. lawmakers to implement comprehensive cannabis banking reform at the federal level, and that pressure is coming from all directions. Rapid shifts in public opinion and a rising number of states with legal medical and adult-use cannabis sales have laid bare an obvious need to update our banking laws to ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Column, Congress, Senate, America, Tech, Banking, Cannabis, Canada, United States, Washington Dc, House, Uruguay, Gallup, Denny


New Blu-ray Releases: ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’, ‘Vice’, ‘Pet Sematary’, ‘On the Basis of Sex’, ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot’

Hello to all you physical media fiends out there. As usual, I’ve rounded up the best of the best in home entertainment just for you. This week, we have If Beale Street Could Talk, Vice, a new 4K release of the 1989 Pet Sematary, On the Basis of Sex, and, yes, The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot. These are the new Blu-ray releases and their special features you should check out this week and beyond. If Beale Street Could Talk Am I still a bit miffed that Barry Jenkins‘ If Beal...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Supreme Court, Drama, Horror, Stephen King, America, Maine, Bigfoot, Christian Bale, Hitler, Amy Adams, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Vice, Academy, Dick Cheney


8 Kids Meal Options That Will Make Your Kids Love You

There was a time when fast food for children was just limited to hamburgers, French fries or nuggets. Such food was nothing more than the absolute reason for obesity among children. But the good news is, most of the popular fast food chains have taken great strides to provide healthier options for kids meals. Today’s restaurants try their utmost to comply with all health and safety regulations and offer the healthiest kids meals and food options for children, while still keeping costs ...
Tags: Apple, Fashion, Subway, Mcdonalds, Burger King, Kfc, Taco Bell, Taco, Wendy's, Wendy, Denny, Dunkin' Donuts, Denny's, Food & Snacks, Stuff For Kids, McDonalds KFC


Bad cup of Java leaves nasty taste in IBM Watson's 'AI' mouth: Five security bugs to splat in analytics gear

Worst brew than that time El Reg went on a road trip and stopped at a Denny's IBM has issued a security alert over five vulnerabilities in its golden boy Watson analytics system.…
Tags: Software, Ibm Watson, Ibm, Watson, Denny, El Reg


Bank heist takes writer from stories to ‘Crime Beat’ podcast and now the movie ‘Finding Steve McQueen’

Sixteen years. It feels like forever. I had reddish hair then. Today, it’s almost totally gray. My twins were 7 years old then, still wrestling with their dad and fretting over wiggly teeth. Today, Alison and Dylan just turned 23, and we wrestle with income tax forms. My other son, Trey, hadn’t yet been born. Sometime in the beginning of 2003, a couple of months after the Angels won the World Series, I tracked down a guy named Harry Barber. He had played a prominent role in the biggest bank heis...
Tags: Podcast, Florida, Hollywood, News, Scotland, Time, Angels, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Georgia, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Dallas, Harry, Steve McQueen


Top Ten FT8 Advantages For Slackers

We just got back from a very enjoyable trip to Roatan Island that included 8 friends vacationing together. The snorkeling and beach time were lots of fun. We stayed at the Seaside Inn, highly recommended. Bob working SSB on Roatan Island as K0NR/HR9 Of course, I took along some ham radio gear and made radio contacts from the island using the Slacker DXpedition method. The station was a Yaesu FT-991 driving an end-fed half wave wire antenna, cut for either 20m or 40m. I operating as K0N...
Tags: Radio, Bob, Dx, Denny, SSB, HF, Ham Radio, Yaesu, Roatan Island, Seaside Inn, Radio Club De Honduras


This unique quadcopter helped a SWAT team nab an armed suspect

A unique quadcopter that can stay in the air for up to two hours on a single charge recently helped a California SWAT team nab an armed suspect holed up inside a Denny's restaurant. The post This unique quadcopter helped a SWAT team nab an armed suspect appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Crime, News, California, Trends, Drone, Drones, Emerging Tech, Denny, Impossible Aerospace


Denny Hamlin cruises to 2nd Daytona 500 victory in 4 years

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Denny Hamlin came to the Daytona 500 determined to honor his late car owner with a victory. He delivered with a storybook tribute for Joe Gibbs Racing. Hamlin won NASCAR’s biggest race for the second time in four years Sunday, leading JGR in a 1-2-3 sweep of the podium in overtime. The race and the season have been dedicated to J.D. Gibbs, Joe Gibbs’ eldest son who died last month after battling a degenerative neurological disease. J.D. Gibbs helped his father start th...
Tags: France, Sports, Sport, Ap, Fbi, Soccer, Ford, Chase, Toyota, Washington Redskins, North Carolina, Chevrolet, Nascar, Motorsports, New England, Byron


Denny Hamlin Navigates Crash-Filled Finish to Win Daytona 500

Hamlin, honoring the memory of the team owner J.D. Gibbs, won the race for the second time in four years. Hamlin’s teammate Kyle Busch came in second.
Tags: News, Busch, Denny, Kyle, Kyle Busch, Denny Hamlin, Hamlin, J D Gibbs, Automobile Racing, Daytona 500 (Auto Race


Save Up To 20% Off Select 2018 UppaBaby Strollers From PishPosh Baby! Plus: Our Current Airport Strategy With 3 Kids

Save Up To 20% Off Select 2018 UppaBaby Strollers From PishPosh Baby UPPAbaby Vista 2018 in Denny, normally $899.99, now $719.99 UPPAbaby Vista Double 2018 in Denny, normally $1,089.98, now $909.89 UPPAbaby Vista Double 2018 in Denny with Mesa Carseat, normally $1,199.98, now $959.98 UPPAbaby Cruz 2018 in Denny, normally $549.99, now $439.99 UPPAbaby Cruz […]
Tags: Deals, Baby, Denny, Mesa Carseat


The Best Privacy Screen Protectors for Your iPhone

 Smartphone screens are getting bigger and brighter every year. It’s a nice change of pace, but how do you keep prying eyes away from your beautifully clear iPhone screen? Whenever you’re using a phone or computer in public, you need to keep your privacy in mind. You might not be the kind of person that looks over shoulders to read text messages, but there are plenty of nosy people in the world, and some of them have malicious intents. That’s why it’s important to use a screen protector that has...
Tags: Amazon, Crafts, Netflix, Don, Denny, Ponemon


Here’s what’s happening at Modernism Week in Palm Springs, Feb. 14-24

Swimming pools, movie stars and that warm, dry climate. These are part of the well-known appeal of Palm Springs, but there’s more than that on display during Modernism Week, the city’s winter tourist event. It’s a major attraction that last year brought in 127,000 visitors. This year, the more than 7-day Week runs Feb. 14-24 with a special focus on outdoor living. Modernism Week is sort of like Comic-Con for fans of mid-century modern, a design movement in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s that has becom...
Tags: Gardening, California, Home Improvement, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Disneyland, Frank Sinatra, Walt Disney, Palm Springs, Frank, Sinatra, Frey, Denny, Joan Crawford


Bobbie Gentry's Box of Surprises

None Of all the major label box sets issued last year, perhaps the one whose commercial and critical success most took the market by surprise was Universal's The Girl From Chickasaw County, an eight-CD Bobbie Gentry package, rounding up everything the undervalued singer/songwriter recorded for Capitol, including a vast number of previously unreleased tracks. Why was its success a surprise? Well, despite her success as a writer, recording artist and live attraction, Gentry vanished from public l...
Tags: Feature, Music, UK, Interview, John Lennon, Country, Glen Campbell, Los Angeles, Bbc, Pop, Soul, Ireland, New York Times, Dolly Parton, Cameron, Delta


Personal History (1986-1998)

Amy discovered the photo above a few weeks ago, and it's stirred up a host of memories from a pivotal period in my life that I feel compelled to document here--I don't expect anyone to read all this, but I suspect I'll enjoy re-reading it myself some day. The photo shows the two of us in 1991 in our first apartment in San Francisco. It was $750 a month for a nice one-bedroom on the Panhandle. She was--and is--completely adorable, and I look at that face and fall in love all over again. I have ...
Tags: New York, Leadership, Washington, Stanford, Boston, San Francisco, Personal, Dartmouth, Charles, Duke, Bay Area, Providence, Amy, Denny, Georgetown, Kathy


Under the Wire

With my plan for the Self-Imposed Sock Club in place for this year, at the beginning of January I dutifully went to the downstairs Stash Cupboard, and pulled a bag. That’s how it works, the Sock Club, I’ve got everything all sorted into bags, ready to go, and on the first of every month I am reaching in, pulling a bag, and whatever that is, that’s what I’m going to knit. No swapsies, no takebacks, no do-overs. The rules are the rules. I meant it too, except for one thing. I went to the cupboard,...
Tags: Crafts, Uncategorized, Denny, Self Imposed Sock Club, Valley Yarns Charlemont, Ken Santa Claus