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Don’t Miss The Spectacular and Thrilling Sedona Pink Jeep Tours

Savannah sat a little slouched on the seat, one elbow resting on the side of the pink jeep. “Well, if we’ve done it once, we can do it again,” she said with the grace of someone who’s experienced a few things in life. On our Pink Jeep Tour in Sedona, it wasn’t a few mild things. She’d just came down a 45 degree graded rock face called The Devil’s Staircase. “Oh, we’re really not doing this!” she’d squealed as we teetered at the top. Her and Kalyra squealed and giggled as their seats in the back...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Ford, Arizona, Airbnb, Bob, North America, Grand Canyon, Devil, Destinations, Savannah, Don, Sedona, Uptown, Verde Valley, Kalyra


Adia Victoria Spins a Southern Gothic Epic on Her Tremendous Sophomore Album 'Silences'

When a voice as fresh and distinct as Adia Victoria's comes along, it is a rare occasion. Rarer still is the advent of an original signature style that is both iconic and versatile. With 2016 full-length debut Beyond the Bloodhounds, Victoria established a strong artistic aesthetic, blending rock and roll grit, old-school blues, and gothic atmosphere, singing in a voice with the lyrical grace of a whisper and the raw power of a howl.On her sophomore release Silences, Adia Victoria raises the...
Tags: Music, Review, Country, Rock, New Orleans, Blues, Victoria, Music Review, South Carolina, Devil, Wolf, the City, Heathen, Adia Victoria, Dope Queen Blues, Canvasback music


Vamp or Not? Dis

Dis is a disturbing piece of horror-arthouse, directed by Adrian Corona and released in 2019, which walks a line that perhaps owes a tad to torture-porn but also I was reminded – in some small way – of the starkness and ponderous beauty of Tarkovsky’s Stalker both through the forest scenes and industrial decay. It is a film that explores the mythology surrounding the mandragora – and the idea that the spilled seed of hanged criminals caused the plant to grow and produce the mandrake's homuncul...
Tags: Movies, Serbia, Ariel, Orlando, Devil, Tarkovsky, Sophia, Bill Oberst Jr, Genre Interest, Strip Club/stripper, Incubus, Jonathan Maberry, Succubus, Vampiric Plant, Adrian Corona, Tatomir Vukanović


18.6 million trees died in California in 2018, Forest Service survey finds

Millions of mature trees died last year in California, adding to the browning of the state’s forests and open spaces while providing fuel for the next round of wildfires that most assuredly will hit the state when warmer temperatures and hot winds return, federal officials said Monday. The Holy fire burns in the mountains in the Cleveland National Forest near Glen Ivy Hot Springs in Corona on Saturday, August 11, 2018. Dead trees can contribute to hotter and more intense fires.(Photo by Mark ...
Tags: News, California, Environment, Trees, Sport, Soccer, Cleveland, Smith, Forest Service, Santa Barbara, Malibu, Devil, Southern California, Ventura, Bakersfield, Porter


‘The Devil In the White City’ Movie is Now a Hulu Series From Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio were hoping to one day adapt Erik Larson’s fantastic book The Devil in the White City into a feature film, with Scorsese directing, and DiCaprio starring as the notorious H.H. Holmes, thought to be America’s first serial killer. But now, things have changed. Instead of a movie, we’re getting a Devil in the White City Hulu show, and while Scorsese and DiCaprio will still be producing, it’s doubtful their involvement will go much further than that. And that’s...
Tags: New York, Movies, Washington, America, Chicago, Adaptation, Leonardo-DiCaprio, Scorsese, Hulu, True Story, Devil, Martin-Scorsese, Television Critics Association, Holmes, Flatiron Building, White City


Devil’s Head Productions Valentine’s Day Release

Devil's Head Productions will be celebrating Valentine's Day in style...with two new releases taking place on Thursday February 14th 2019. 2019 BE MINE APALALA At first blush you may think this is the same toy that was released back in 2017...but it's NOT! This neon pink opaque vinyl has a special surprise this year. Not only does the 2019 Be Mine Apalala have orange glass eyes but the whole toy actually glows orange when the lights are out! BOOM! Comes with a matching Jizo-Anarcho OMAKE a...
Tags: Toys, Japan, Miscellaneous, Devil, Shirahama, Jizo Anarcho OMAKE, DCON Wolfpack


New The Prodigy Clip Reveals Sarah’s Last Chance

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Prodigy clip reveals Sarah’s last chance Ahead of the film’s premiere tonight, Orion Pictures has released a brand new clip from their upcoming supernatural horror movie The Prodigy, highlighting Sarah and Miles’s visit to a hypnotherapist. In the video, the therapist has also revealed to Sarah that this might be her last chance to save her son from a terrible future that lies ahead. Check out the video in the player below! (via Bloody Disgusting) The film follows...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Amc, Sarah, Devil, The Prodigy, Miles, New Black, Nicholas McCarthy, Movie News, Orion Pictures, Peter Mooney, Jackson Robert Scott


Episode 26: Cat Moon on Legal Problem Solving for the 21st Century

Vanderbilt Law School Professor, Cat Moon, doesn’t just have one of the coolest names in the legal industry, she also brings insights and a perspective on the human element of legal project management. Human centered design thinking is a core function of her teaching. It all goes back to the fact that you can teach law students, lawyers, and legal managers all the concepts in the world, but it’s all for naught if you leave out the human element. Professor Moon also gives a brutally honest view o...
Tags: Facebook, Podcast, New York, Law, Congress, Uncategorized, New York Times, Moon, Legal Project Management, Thomson Reuters, Devil, Pacer, South Florida, Greg, James Goodnow, Marlene


Week 9: Off-Roading Adventures + Stunning Hikes in Sedona

Last week I shared how spending time in the wilderness helps you find yourself. It’s why I feel so happy here in Sedona and really have no itchy feet. We leave tomorrow (Saturday), and my sadness is fleeting knowing that we’ll arrive at the Grand Canyon. From one beauty to another. The wilderness also holds another super power to help you create a bigger future. ( I think I’ll talk about it in my keynote for TBEX this year in Montana (in case you missed that announcement click here. Going to be ...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Australia, Montana, Arizona, Grand Canyon, Craig, Family Travel, Devil, Tbex, Scottsdale, Savannah, Outdoor Adventures, Sedona, Red Rock, Sedona Arizona


Newsom is a bigger threat than black socks with sandals to Huntington Beach

Well, it didn’t take long for  Gov. Gavin Newsom to get involved in a courtroom tussle with a big red Republican city, as he used a new state law to sue the city of Huntington Beach over a lack of low-income housing, solidifying the mystifying belief that beachfront living is now a civil right for the economically downtrodden. #TanLinesMatter. In a statement, Newsom said, “Cities and counties are important partners in addressing this housing crisis, and many cities are taking Herculean efforts t...
Tags: Google, California, Opinion, Senate, Sacramento, America, Sport, Soccer, Bill, Orange County, Malibu, Devil, Gavin Newsom, Santa Monica, John Phillips, Huntington Beach


What makes Wisconsin unique

Life in Wisconsin is not like life anywhere else. The state and its inhabitants have their own traditions, quirky habits, culinary customs, and language that make it distinctively different (read: better) from any other in the nation. From summers on the lakes, cheeseheads dressed in green and gold, and waterparks galore the following embody the very essence of our state. 1. Tailgating the Packers game There’s nobody left in this state who hasn’t celebrated sports by standing in a parking ...
Tags: Travel, Minnesota, US, Washington Dc, Wisconsin, Romania, Las Vegas, Bahamas, Devil, All, Packers, Bucky, Wisconsin Dells, Little Norway, Count Dracula, Bucky Badger


A luxe winter wedding with a horse drawn sleigh at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Colorado

It’s dark, it’s dreary, it’s the end of January and you’re wondering why winter can’t just be over already. You know what you need? A gorgeously luxe winter wedding to hold you over. And major bonus, the team at CURATE Events + Design is here to show you how to pull off a modern, elevated design in a region that almost always leans rustic. See what they have to say as you scroll through all the dreamy imagery Dani Cowan Photography shared! Let’s begin with this dramatic, custom tablescape by ...
Tags: Colorado, Wedding, Devil, Tabernash, Wedding Inspiration, Winter Wedding, Colorado Wedding, Mountain Wedding, Dani Cowan, Stephanie Holmlund


01272019 – Ski and Bike

The kids were at a birthday party during ski lessons today, so I took the opportunity to ski solo. The trails were a little crowded with all the kids, but that was the time I had to get away. I did the full loop skate skiing again and it felt worse, but my time was actually better so that’s a good thing! My glasses got fogged up so I put them on top of my head and as I flew down Devil’s Drop they flew off. So as I went back up I made a slight detour to pick them up! One of the older kid groups w...
Tags: Sport, Running, Devil, Loppet Foundation, Hap Lutter


The Prodigy Clip: Miles Has A Warning….He’s Here

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Prodigy clip: Miles has a warning…he’s here In the latest clip from Orion Pictures’ creepy kid horror movie The Prodigy, Miles (the creepy kid) is in a deep sleep, before he’s abruptly woken up in a panic, repeatedly insisting “he’s here!” We don’t know who the “he” is yet, but you can check out the clip in the player below! The film follows Sarah , a mother whose young son Miles’ disturbing behavior signals that an evil, possibly supernatural force has overtaken him....
Tags: Movies, Horror, Amc, Sarah, Devil, The Prodigy, Miles, New Black, Nicholas McCarthy, Movie Clips, Orion Pictures, Peter Mooney, Horror News, Jackson Robert Scott


On the Smugglers’ Radar

“On The Smugglers’ Radar” is a feature for books that have caught our eye: books we have heard of via other bloggers, directly from publishers, and/or from our regular incursions into the Amazon jungle. Thus, the Smugglers’ Radar was born. Because we want far more books than we can possibly buy or review (what else is new?), we thought we would make the Smugglers’ Radar into a weekly feature – so YOU can tell us which books you have on your radar as well! On Ana’s Radar: I am a huge fa...
Tags: Amazon, Books, China, Earth, Chelsea, New York Times, Shanghai, Consortium, Sherlock Holmes, The New York Times, Ada, Iris, Joan, Ana, Devil, Mena


The Illusion of Enemy-Less Christian Discipleship

This article is an excerpt from my book, The Prayer that Turns the World Upside Down: The Lord’s Prayer as a Manifesto for Revolution. This post is the seventh in an eight part series on the Lord’s Prayer. When I was a child, I loved camping. For twelve-year-old boys, camping trips have many thrilling aspects, among them that you could spend an entire day outside without being chaperoned by your mom. I vividly remember how my father helped me get ready for camping trips. He would pack Vienna Sau...
Tags: London, Articles, Blog, Blogging, Vienna, Jesus, Sin, Temptation, Devil, Everglades, Feature Article, Lewis, Cain, Bloomington, Amazon Barnes, Indiana University Press


David Bazan Rises Like a 'Phoenix' with Pedro the Lion

From the whispery indie rock of 1998 debut It's Hard to Find a Friend, David Bazan has always been the true orchestrator of three-piece rock outfit Pedro the Lion, arranging and playing the majority of guitar, drums, and bass while he narrates his life stories and intimate thoughts on religion, politics, and everything in between. However, around 2006, Bazan became insecure about his unconventional creative process of writing parts and finding bandmates to play it with him, leading to a shed...
Tags: Music, Review, Rock, Music Review, Pedro, Devil, Phoenix, Samuel, Alternative Rock, Springsteen, BazAn, David Bazan, Indie Rock, Polyvinyl Records, Ebenezer Scrooge, Pedro The Lion


Enchanting Things to do in Texas Hill Country in Three Days

I want to come back to Hill Country, Texas. We barely scratched the surface during our 9 day visit. The Texas Hill Country is a  huge region that encompasses 12 counties and is located at the crossroads of West, Central and South Texas. Enchanted Rock State Park It encompasses two major cities: Austin and San Antonio. That means there are so many things to do in Texas Hill Country. I forgot that Texas is huge. On our first day exploring the Texas Hill Country we had a two hour drive from our...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Texas, Australia, America, Austin, Willie Nelson, Dallas, Sam, San Antonio, Newberry, Devil, Uluru, San Marcos, Fredericksburg, Gruene Hall


Pope Paul VI: Prayer, Holiness, and the Life of Faith

Pope Paul VI was a man of prayer.  As a man of prayer, he was also deeply concerned about its decline in the modern world. It was a concern that anticipated the immense crisis of belief today. He called on the faithful to resist the loss of faith and hope, and throughout his pontificate he tried to use Holy Years to bolster the response of Catholics to cultural decline and the crises within the Church. He also issued the Credo of the People of God, the drafting of which was shaped heavily by the...
Tags: Asia, Israel, Church, Religion, Virgin, Catholic Church, Jesus, Christ, Devil, Jesus Christ, Mary, Adam, Christ Jesus, Virgin Mary, Roman Catholic Church, Megiddo


Guide to the beaches of Uruguay

Uruguay beguiles with iconic gauchos, South American cowboys, herding cattle on its grassy plains. It inspires with its progressive social policies, having beat out Canada as the first country to legalize recreational weed. But more than anything, Uruguay beckons with its miles of sand. From empty beaches framed by pine forests to sandy stretches filled with beautiful people and thumping music, Uruguay has a beach for every type of traveler. And summer in Uruguay is happening right now, so ge...
Tags: Travel, Travel Planning, White House, Canada, Atlantic, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Uruguay, North America, Devil, Antarctic, El Faro, East, Punta del Este, Miami Beach


Episode 23: The Technology Twilight Zone

On this mini-episode of The Geek In Review, Greg talks about three eerie/interesting/scary instances where the technology seems to be ahead of us humans. Can Amazon be tracking us in a craft store? Are automated computer game players AI? Should guidance apps like WAZE, create a dangerous situation? Well, all three happened. Is it purely happenstance, or is it the technology going beyond our understanding. Probably happenstance… but still eerie. Marlene explored a number of unique holiday dri...
Tags: Amazon, Podcast, Texas, Law, Russia, Uncategorized, Waze, Knowledge Management, Devil, Greg, Alexia, CI, Marlene, Richard Brautigan, David Whelan, Donde Esta Santa Claus


The Southwestern Sojourn - Day 43: Miami

Jan 07Miami, Arizona that is.  More on this name in a bit. After two days of overcast skies, I woke to a clear sky! Having spent my teenage years in Miami, FL....I tend to notice when other locales are named the same, such as the one in Ohio.Today I rode Scarlett over to US Highway 60 and headed east towards the town of Miami, passing Superior along the way and turning around eventually at Globe, AZ. Copper Boomtown Miami  Catholic Shrine by the Miami welcome sign How the town got ...
Tags: Colorado, US, Motorcycles, Arizona, Army, Miami, Sunrise, US Army, Sunset, Devil, Scarlett, Cripple Creek, Scarlett Rides, Cottonwood Canyon, RV Trips, Globe AZ Copper Boomtown Miami Catholic Shrine


The Prodigy Trailer: What’s Wrong with Miles?

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Prodigy trailer: What’s wrong with Miles? Orion Pictures has released a brand new trailer for their upcoming supernatural horror movie The Prodigy. Starring Golden Globe-nominated actress Taylor Schilling, you can check out the video in the player below! The film follows Sarah, a mother whose young son Miles’ disturbing behavior signals that an evil, possibly supernatural force has overtaken him. Fearing for her family’s safety, Sarah must grapple with her materna...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Amc, Sarah, Devil, The Prodigy, Miles, Taylor Schilling, New Black, Nicholas McCarthy, ComingSoon, Movie News, Orion Pictures, Peter Mooney, Jackson Robert Scott, Prodigy Starring Golden Globe


How to Play Roulette Like a Professional

Roulette is a game of chance. This game was created by the French mathematician Blaise Pascal in 1655. Roulette is a game of numbers – 0, 00, 1-36, and multiple bet selections available to players. Players are tasked with selecting a number, set of numbers, or selection of options during the wagering session, followed by the croupier’s announcement: ‘No More Bets!’ All winning bets are paid out, according to the pay table. The rules of each Roulette casino game variant determine the bet selectio...
Tags: Europe, Featured, US, Fun, Green, How To, Atlantic City, Las Vegas, Lifehacks, Devil, Roulette, European Roulette, Blaise Pascal, High Low, Martingale, European Roulette French Roulette


New The Prodigy Poster Debuts Ahead of Tomorrow’s Trailer

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Prodigy poster debuts ahead of tomorrow’s trailer Orion Pictures has released a new poster for their upcoming supernatural horror movie The Prodigy. The poster features Golden Globe-nominated actress Taylor Schilling with an ominous entity behind her. Check out the creepy poster below and look for the full trailer to be released tomorrow. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Amc, Sarah, Devil, The Prodigy, Miles, Taylor Schilling, Golden Globe, New Black, Nicholas McCarthy, Movie News, Orion Pictures, Peter Mooney, Jackson Robert Scott


Surviving the Intimidating Behaviors of Some of Satan's Servants

Realizing there are those out there serving Satan AND that they can pick me out of a crowd was quite a shock to me at first. A few examples of this intimidating behavior: I use a restroom at a business where I am a paying customer, and an employee pounds on the door soon after I entered and threatens to call the police because I've been in there too long. Another example, I'm in a stall at a bus station, and someone bangs their fist three times loud on a panel of the stall. A person intentionall...
Tags: Jesus, Weapon, Religious Discussion, Matthew, Devil, Jesus Christ, Daniel, Cain, KJV, Son of Man


Review | Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean

I looked forward to this book with barely restrained delight from the moment I heard the first faint whisperings of its existence. I read it as soon as I could get my hands on it, and then life got in the way (as it is wont to do), and I never quite got around to reviewing it. But I flatly refuse to let the year end without talking about this first book in Sarah MacLean's new series. Just in case you haven't, you know, read it yet. That way you'll have time to fit it in before the second boo...
Tags: Books, London, Romance, Review, Devil, Historical Fiction, Arc, MacLean, Felicity, Sarah MacLean, Historical Romance, Marwick, The Bareknuckle Bastards, Wicked And The Wallflower, Felicity Faircloth


Houseplant with added rabbit DNA could reduce air pollution, study shows

Devil’s ivy with synthetic animal gene inserted helped reduce benzene and chloroform levelsA humble houseplant with a dash of rabbit DNA could help lower our exposure to indoor air pollution, new research suggests.Scientists have revealed that by inserting a rabbit gene into devil’s ivy (Epipremnum aureum) the plant is able to clean the surrounding air by breaking down chemicals such as benzene and chloroform, which in certain concentrations can harm health. Continue reading...
Tags: Science, Environment, Genetics, Air Pollution, Plants, Devil


Nostalgia cookie of the day: Devil's Food Squares.

Look at this great commercial:That was the one cookie we always had at my house when I was a child — because these were the cookies my father liked. There were other cookies — Hydrox, Oreo, Vanilla Wafers, Pecan Sandies, Scooter Pies — but the king of all cookies was the Devil's Food Square. And I love the outdoor ethos of the commercial. These were clearly boys' cookies. Boys and grizzly bears' cookies. And I have to give this my "logos" tag for that Nabisco logo (which turns into a cowboy on a...
Tags: Law, Advertising, Bears, Logos, Devil, Cookie, Nabisco, Ann Althouse, Young Althouse, Devil s Food Squares


UK weather: cold snap brings icy winds, sleet and snow showers

Motorists warned of hazardous driving conditions as wintry weather arrives from eastAfter a spell of unseasonably mild weather, icy winds, plummeting temperatures, sleet and snow showers have hit most of the UK.While snow has been falling in high areas of Scotland and Wales for some time, the latest cold spell has seen flurries falling as far south as the Isle of Wight, Southampton, in Hampshire and Brighton and Devil’s Dyke in the South Downs of Sussex. Continue reading...
Tags: Weather, UK, Wales, Scotland, Snow, UK News, Brighton, Hampshire, Devil, Dyke, Wight Southampton, South Downs of Sussex Continue