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Paramount+ TV Shows: ‘The Italian Job’, ‘Fatal Attraction’, and More Are Becoming Streaming Series

If you love watching reheated versions of old intellectual property, it seems like you are going to absolutely lose your mind for Paramount+, the soon-to-launch streaming service from ViacomCBS. During an Investor Day presentation, the company backed up a metaphorical dump truck and unloaded a metric ton of Paramount+ TV shows, including the fact that they’re developing TV versions of films like The Italian Job, Fatal Attraction, and The Parallax View, as well as revivals of Frasier, Yo! MTV Ra...
Tags: New York, Movies, Montana, Amy Schumer, America, Mtv, Kate Beckinsale, Dave Grohl, Warren Beatty, Michael Caine, Trevor Noah, Bet, Paramount, Reno, NICK, Jeremy Renner

Horror Shorter, Dora S.: The Father Confessor – Stories of Death and Danger, v1. 22 Feb 2021

A collection of short stories, many very dark in tone. Some are lightly touched with the supernatural; some are concerned with death and murder; but many are simply stories of the mysteries of the human heart. ========== Dora Maria Sigerson Shorter (16 August 1866 – 6 January 1918) was an Irish poet, writer, and sculptor. She was politcally active, taking part in uprisings and demonstrations of the Irish revolution in the 1910’s and teens. (It has been suggested that she died of “a broken hear...
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Super Bowl Alert: Boss sighting, back to nature, and social bowl kicks off

Hello Super Bowl junkies, I’m Jeanine Poggi, Ad Age’s senior editor, counting down the final days to Super Bowl LV. With kickoff just days away—CBS will air the game on Feb. 7—Ad Age brings you breaking news, analysis and first looks at the high-stakes, Big-Game commercials, all in our Super Bowl Alerts newsletter. Sign up right here to get them in your email. The Boss sighting Could it be true? Bruce Springsteen, who has actively avoided appearing in ads, might finally be in a big one—Jeep...
Tags: Facebook, Bruce Springsteen, Mexico, Martha Stewart, Advertising, Porsche, Cbs, Nebraska, Volkswagen, Paramount, John Travolta, Dora, Springsteen, Cabela, Vroom, Jeff Probst

‘Finding ‘Ohana’ Review: A ‘Goonies’-Inspired Adventure for the Geocaching Generation

Director Jude Weng’s “Finding ‘Ohana” starts on a good note and continues that feeling through most of its story, which focuses on a tween girl and her family searching for buried treasure while reconnecting with each other and their Hawaiian heritage. Paying homage to adventure movies like “The Goonies,” “Dora and the Lost City of […]
Tags: Reviews, Dora, Ohana, Alex Aiono, Jude Weng, Finding Ohana, Kea Peahu

Paramount+ Ads Send ‘Star Trek’, ‘Jersey Shore’ and ‘Dora the Explorer’ Up the Paramount Mountain

Last week, we got word that CBS All Access would officially relaunch as Paramount+ starting in March. Though we’re still waiting to hear all the details on what the update will bring to the table for the ViacomCBS streaming service, Paramount+ isn’t wasting any time getting the word out about the forthcoming relaunch. Over the weekend, the first Paramount+ commercials arrived, bringing together characters from Star Trek, Dora the Explorer, Blue Bloods, Jersey Shore, Beavis and Butt-Head, and mo...
Tags: Movies, United States, Spock, Cbs, Pittsburgh Steelers, James Corden, Paramount, Latin America, Samara, Dora, Jersey Shore, Bill Cowher, Tom Selleck, Netflix/Streaming Video, Star-Trek, Blue Bloods

Paramount+ Promos Brings Star Trek, Beavis & Butthead, and More to Paramount Mountain

Paramount+ Promos Bring Star Trek, Beavis & Butthead, and More to Paramount Mountain The first Paramount+ promo teasers for the upcoming rebranding of CBS All Access have been released, offering us a preview of the amount of content that subscribers will be getting. The video features Star Trek characters Spock and Captain Pike along with animated characters Dora and Beavis & Butthead as they begin their journey towards Paramount Mountain. Also featuring hosts James Corden, Gayle King and Je...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Wall Street, Canada, Spock, Showtime, Smithsonian, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Bet, Paramount, Yellowstone, Cbs All Access, Dora

Watch this 1995 Nickelodeon weirdo Weinerville Chanukah Special

Weinerville was a surreal puppet and live action variety show for kids (although not really) that aired on Nickelodeon for two seasons from 1993 to 1994. (The show was created by puppeteer and actor Marc Weiner who went on to voice the also-odd Swiper the Fox character on Dora the Explorer.) — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Television, News, Weird, Fox, Puppets, Nickelodeon, Dora, Cult TV, Marc Weiner

Watch the Weinerville Chanukah Special (1995)

Weinerville was a surreal puppet and live action variety show for kids (although not really) that aired on Nickelodeon for two seasons from 1993 to 1994. (The show was created by puppeteer and actor Marc Weiner who went on to voice the also-odd Swiper the Fox character on Dora the Explorer.) — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Television, News, Weird, Fox, Puppets, Nickelodeon, Dora, Cult TV, Marc Weiner

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Eels release 13th studio album, Earth to Dora

Mark Everett, aka Eels, has released his 13th studio album, Earth to Dora. The video for the first single, "Are We Alright Again," features Eels fan Jon Hamm blissfully listening to the record on headphones while his upscale house behind him, filled with Eels memorabilia and other objets d'art, is stripped clean by thieves. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Music Videos, Jon Hamm, Eels, Dora, Rock Music, Mark Everett

Jon Hamm Plays Clueless Break-In Victim In Eels “Are We Alright Again” Video

Jon Hamm, one of this century’s most iconic TV stars, seems to be kicking off a string of appearances in funny alt-rock videos. Last month, Hamm had a cameo in Jeff Tweedy’s “Gwendolyn” clip. Today, Hamm’s got the starring role in the video for “Are We Alright Again,” a joint from the new Eels album. He plays a big fan of Eels, and he’s pretty convincing. In director Greg Barnes’ video, Hamm rocks an Eels shirt and lives in a house full of Eels memorabilia. He get so into listening to “Are We ...
Tags: Music, News, Earth, Netflix, Jon Hamm, Eels, Mitchell, Jeff Tweedy, Dora, Everett, John Hamm, Hamm, Greg Barnes, Gwendolyn, Mike Mitchell, Mark Oliver Everett

Tierra Whack – “Dora”

Ever since her breakout project Whack World, a visual album cramming 15 songs into 15 minutes, Tierra Whack has been known for her colorfully surreal music videos as much as her inventive pop-rap hybrids. That continues today with "Dora," a new Whack track accompanied by a video from director Alex Da Corte, her … More »
Tags: Music, Dora, Alex Da Corte, Tierra Whack

EELS – “Anything For Boo”

Last month, following a couple of singles over the summer, veteran studio-pop depressive Mark Oliver Everett finally announced a new Eels album. Earth To Dora, the project's first full-length since 2018's The Deconstruction, will be out at the end of this week. We've already heard "Are We Alright Again" in addition … More »
Tags: Music, Eels, Dora, Mark Oliver Everett

Maddie Hasson, Genesis Rodriguez Join ‘Fixation’ From Director Mercedes Bryce Morgan (EXCLUSIVE)

Maddie Hasson and Genesis Rodriguez have signed on to star in “Fixation,” a female-driven psychological thriller from director Mercedes Bryce Morgan. Hasson stars as Dora, a young woman at the center of an unusual murder trial. As the film progresses, Dora is subjected to a psychiatric evaluation, and as the tests become more personal — […]
Tags: News, Fixation, Dora, Maddie Hasson, Genesis Rodriguez, Mercedes Bryce Morgan, Maddie Hasson Genesis Rodriguez Join, Mercedes Bryce Morgan Hasson

Lovecraft Country Season 1 Episode 10 Recap

Lovecraft Country Season 1 Episode 10 Recap In the previous episode of HBO’s Lovecraft Country, Tic, Montrose, and Leti went to 1921 Tulsa to bring back the Book of Names. In Lovecraft Country Season 1 Episode 10, Tic and Leti learned what Hannah planned for the Book of Names and worked to stop Christina. Lifting the Curse The Freemans and Leti returned to the house with the Book of Names. Atticus said the incantation to unbind the book, and he and Leti fell to the ground to enter another ...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Horror, TV News, Diana, Ruby, Recap, Montrose, TV Recap, Dora, Tulsa, Christina, Atticus, Hattie, HANNAH

Lovecraft Country Season 1 Episode 9 Recap

Lovecraft Country Season 1 Episode 9 Recap In the previous episode of HBO’s Lovecraft Country, Captain Lancaster cursed Diana, and it caught up to her. In Lovecraft Country Season 1 Episode 9, Christina buys some time, and Hippolyta returns with a plan. Rewind and Reset Ruby brought Christina to see Dee. She concluded the curse came from both Titus’ and Horatio’s pages. Only Captain Lancaster could remove the curse, but they had witnessed him getting blown up. Christina would help reset th...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Diana, Recap, Montrose, TV Recap, Thomas, Dora, George, Tulsa, Christina, Lancaster, Atticus, George Freeman

Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: What it’s like living with your adult kids

It’s such an odd experience to have young adult kids who are still living with you. I like it, by the way. They’re here, keeping me company and helping me when I need it, yet I’m not a slave to their every need. In fact, they usually don’t want my help, even when I offer it. “Here, let me show you how to roast those potatoes,” I’ll tell my 21-year-old daughter, who’s teaching herself to cook. “No, thank you. I’m good,” she’ll say through tightly pursed lips, the English translation of which is “...
Tags: Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Galapagos Islands, Chuck E Cheese, Dora, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Galapagos Frumpy Middle, Loreto Baja California

El Universo: My Own Story

Reading helps to preserve the cognitive functions of people with Alzheimer's, that is why Diario El Universo decided to investigate and collect the most valuable memories of one of its oldest subscribers who suffers from this disease and turn them into news. For a month, Dora received her Diario El Universo with a page completely dedicated to her life. We made her own story part of her Alzheimer's treatment.
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All You Need to Know About Children and Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C, a blood borne virus that can lead to liver fibrosis, cirrhosis and even cancer, is a growing health problem for children. Over 3 million pediatric patients globally and 50,000 U.S. children are estimated to be infected with hepatitis C (HCV). (1) If not treated early, children who are frequently asymptomatic may progress on to fibrosis, cirrhosis, or end-stage liver disease. How Do Children Get HCV? Before 1990, the manner by which children were infected with HCV was by use of tra...
Tags: Health, Fda, Dora, Infectious Diseases Society of America, Hepatitis C, Epclusa, HCV Positive Child Parents, Treatment Guidelines, Treatment Considerations Beyond Cirrhosis

Inside the richest zip code in America, a private island off of Miami Beach

A seven-minute ferry ride from Miami Beach is the richest zip code in the US, with residents earning an average income of $2.2 million a year.On Fisher Island, millionaires drive around on golf carts, lounge on beaches with sand imported from the Bahamas, and vacation in condos worth over $40 million.The island paid $30,000 for every resident and staff member to get a COVID-19 antibody test, while the rest of Miami struggled to obtain tests.Business Insider tours the exclusive, members-only isla...
Tags: US, America, Trends, United States, Miami, Airbnb, Bentley, Oprah, Alva, Bahamas, Luna, Dora, Miami Dade County, Miami Beach, Fisher, Vanderbilt

2020 Imagen Awards Nominations: ‘Dora and the Lost City of Gold,’ ‘I Carry You With Me’ and More

“Dora and the Lost City of Gold” and “I Carry You With Me” are among this year’s Imagen Awards nominees, which span a range of new categories including best director in television, best music composition for film and television and best music supervision for film and television. The Imagen Foundation president Helen Hernandez announced 114 […]
Tags: News, Dora, Imagen Awards, Dora And The Lost City Of Gold, I Carry You With Me, Imagen Foundation, Helen Hernandez

Amazon Prime Video August 2020 TV & Film Titles Announced!

Amazon Prime Video August 2020 TV & film titles announced! The full calendar of film and TV titles coming to Amazon Prime Video in August has been unveiled, which will include fan-favorite hits such as Top Gun, Steel Magnolias and the premiere of the Aisha Tyler-hosted aftershow Prime Rewind: Inside The Boys! The full calendar can be viewed below! RELATED:   BritBox Unveils What’s Coming to the Streamer in August 2020 PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.g...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Superman, Julia Roberts, Netflix, Arkansas, TV News, Streaming, Michael Pena, Jon Stewart, Steve Carell, Pbs, Dustin Hoffman, Eva Longoria, Les Miserables

Dora applies the Presidential cognitive test

The Tonight Show demonstrates that Trump cognitively there. Can you say… Person! Woman! Man! Camera! TV! #FallonTonight — The Tonight Show (@FallonTonight) July 24, 2020
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Why Are You Waiting to Have Kids Until You’re Financially Stable?

I read an article recently that centered around statistics that indicate Millennials (the generation born between roughly 1980 and 2000) are waiting longer to have children. One of the main reasons they give for waiting is their financial situation. Or more specifically, how much debt they’re in or how much money they want to save. More than any previous generation, Millennials are ladened with thousands of dollars in student loan debt and less initial wealth when they become independent. The p...
Tags: Advice, Marketing, Lifestyle, Personal, Anthropologie, Dora, Kids and Money

New to Hulu August 2020: All the Movies & Shows Coming & Going

New to Hulu August 2020: All the movies & shows coming & going The list for the new Hulu August 2020 movies and TV titles has been released, which you can now view below (via Vital Thrills) along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service next month. This includes the arrival of the streaming debuts of the 2019 drama films Ordinary Love starring Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson; and The Peanut Butter Falcon starring Shia LaBeouf, Dakota Johnson, and Zack Gottsagen. ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Nbc, Australia, Robin Hood, America, New York Times, Paris, TV News, Streaming, Cbs, Liam Neeson, Hulu, Hgtv, Charlotte, Dora

Jason Bateman Explains Clue Departure

Jason Bateman Explains Clue Departure Jason Bateman has stepped up and solved a long-standing mystery: why he vacated the remake of Clue, an adaptation he had been planning to direct and co-star in alongside Ryan Reynolds. In an interview with Collider, the Arrested Development star explained the situation. “[Clue is] something that we were getting very close to starting, but as it turned out something of that size takes much, much longer to do than what the seasonal hiatus was able to accom...
Tags: Movies, Fox, Hasbro, Michael McKean, Ryan Reynolds, Jason Bateman, Alice, Clue, Dora, Bateman, Reynolds, James Bobin, Ozark, Lesley Ann Warren, ComingSoon, Movie News

The Best Educational Streaming Shows for Preschoolers

For years ago the day (and the hour), I published much of the article below. I’ve updated for 2020 with schools all over the United States closing due to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Parents need to stay home, but education never stops. Parents need a break some times, and there’s some valuable educational material on television. Now my kids are 6 and 7 and at the top of their private school’s class. I’m a fan of educational screen time, even at an early age! I just remember to have moderation ...
Tags: Amazon, Family, Television, Kids, Learning, Lionsgate, Marketing, Fox, Netflix, United States, Drew Barrymore, Pbs, Pixar, Will Ferrell, Amazon Fire, Pbs Kids

GitHub just hired a top DevOps researcher away from Google Cloud (MSFT)

On Thursday, Microsoft-owned GitHub announced that it hired Dr. Nicole Forsgren, formerly of Google Cloud, as its new vice president of research and strategy. Forsgren founded DevOps Research and Assessment (DORA), a research firm, which was acquired by Google Cloud in 2018. DevOps is a buzzy trend in programming — a portmanteau of "development" and "operations," and intended as a way to help programmers deliver more software, faster.  Up until recently, Forsgren has been helping to lead resea...
Tags: Google, Taylor Swift, Microsoft, US, Trends, Github, Dora, Potvin, Forsgren, Google Cloud, Nicole Forsgren, DevOps Research and Assessment DORA, Rachel Potvin, Google Cloud MSFT, Within Google

Dua Lipa Reveals That Her New Short Bangs Weren't Exactly Intentional

Untouchable and invincible as they may seem, celebrities are still susceptible to the everyday beauty woes we plebeians deal with. Take Dua Lipa, for example. The "Physical" singer just debuted brand-new bangs born not out of the desire to experiment with a fresh look but rather of necessity due to some bleach-related damage. Ever since the end of 2019, Lipa's been rocking a cool two-toned hairstyle that's bright blond on top and black underneath, consistently opting for '90s-style face-framing...
Tags: New York City, Beauty, Hair, Bangs, Dora, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, LIPA, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Take Dua Lipa

Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week - February 20, 2020

In the weekly Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week, the Montreal bookstore recommends several new works of fiction, art books, periodicals, and comics. Librairie Drawn & Quarterly is one of Montreal's premiere independent bookstores. Black Sunday by Tola Rotimi Abraham This promising debut novel from Nigerian-born, Iowa-based Tola Rotimi Abraham comes via the consistently interesting Catapult press and narrates the aftermath of a Lagos family’s dissolution following a father’s imm...
Tags: Music, Alabama, David, Iowa, Montreal, Lagos, Real Life, Lazarus, Dora, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Librairie Drawn Quarterly Books of the Week, Julie, Librairie Drawn Quarterly, Jean Rhys, J G Ballard, Passmore