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Wisconsin Adds Lacey Eden to Roster

One day after #4 Northeastern added a major piece to their roster with the addition of transfer Maureen Murphy, #2 Wisconsin bolstered their line-up in similar fashion when they announced that freshman Lacey Eden would be joining the team: Help us welcome @lacey_eden to the #Badgers! - https://t.co/kJ4vxmZWtK pic.twitter.com/653LOu7e5Y— Wisconsin Hockey (@BadgerWHockey) January 14, 2021 Eden originally committed to play college hockey at Princeton, but with the Ivy League can...
Tags: US, Sport, Wisconsin, Ivy League, Hockey, Princeton, Eden, Badgers, Chris Dilks, Maureen Murphy, Shattuck St Mary, Makenna Webster, Casey O'Brien, Lacey Eden, Wisconsin Eden


Eden’s Zero Anime Promises Thrilling Action

As the debut of Eden’s Zero (from Fairy Tail creator Hiro Mashima) nears ever closer, a PV has been uploaded to acquaint anime watchers with what all it will be about, teasing a few action scenes and main characters and bound to quickly replace the gap that was left in the heart’s of viewers after […]
Tags: Fantasy, Anime, Eden, PV, Image Gallery, Adaptations, JC Staff, Hiro Mashima, Eden's Zero


13 On-the-go Breakfast Spots to Fuel Up for the Day

Look, I understand the reasons to get to the mountain early: shorter lift lines, better snow, less crowds. But unless it’s a powder day, you’ll find me wandering to the mountain at about 10 a.m., aptly caffeinated and with a full belly. And I take the caffeinated/satiated part very seriously. I’m a huge breakfast fan. I grew up in New England, where bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches and black coffee reigned supreme but moved to Colorado where I discovered the magic of spicy breakfast burritos an...
Tags: Utah, Colorado, Walmart, Sport, Skiing, Salt Lake City, Park City, New England, Eden, Bjorn, SLC, Dan, Campos, Courtney, Monte Cristo, Susie


Eden office management platform rebrands to Eden Workplace

Eden, the office management platform that has raised nearly $70 million since inception, is today making a tweak to its nomenclature to reflect its push into SaaS tools. Henceforth, the startup will be called Eden Workplace. “We had a lot of clients in different categories like retail, some industrial and some classic real estate and we wanted to reaffirm that we’re really building software and a service marketplace for the modern office,” said cofounder and CEO Joe du Bey. “We also felt that th...
Tags: TC, Tech, Eden, Bey, Joe Du Bey, Eden Workplace


This Marriage Tells a Story

I don’t know how many years of marriage one has to have behind them to write with any authority on marriage, but I suspect it’s more than thirty. But I can tell you that, thirty years ago, the pair pictured below knew little about the journey ahead of them. Like most, they felt more confident than was reasonable as they took vows and began their married life together. Marriage is a funny thing. You can’t be more or less married. The moment the marriage ceremony was over, we were as marr...
Tags: Featured, Life, Jesus, God, Eden, Ray Ortlund, Char, Christian Living, Elaine Kapteyn


How the Christmas tree tradition began

Christmas trees can be found all over the world today, but medieval Germans were the first to fully embrace the holiday tradition. Even before that, many cultures, including ancient Egyptians, worshipped evergreen trees and branches as a symbol of eternal life. Watch the video above to see how pagans "decked the halls" with evergreens before Queen Victoria made it a popular Christmas decoration.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Following is a transcript of the video.Trees...
Tags: England, Trends, Victoria, North America, Eden, Albert, Alyssa Pagano


FFXIV Shadowbringers E12 raid guide: Nobody asked for your utopia, old man!

After about a year and a half, it's time to say goodbye to Eden - by beating it to a pulp. Here's how to beat Eden's Promise, a grotesque, failed vision.
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Videogames, Mmorpgs, Eden, Final Fantasy XIV, Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, Final Fantasy XIV guide


Ogden Valley's Best Accommodations

While Park City and Salt Lake City demand much of the attention from travelers looking to ski or snowboard in Utah, there’s a hidden gem for outdoor recreators in this state: Ogden Valley.Ogden Valley is less than 60 minutes away from the , making it an easy Uber/Lyft or shuttle ride to your lodging of choice. And from there, your possibilities are endless. Ski at , a charming resort with great lift access and snow-cat skiing, ride at , whose stunning vistas make it feel like you’re skiing in Eu...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Sport, Skiing, Salt Lake City, Paul Mitchell, Eden, Rose, Huntsville, Ogden, Wasatch Range, Courtney, Snowbasin, Uber Lyft, The Observatory, Powder Mountain


Former ‘Daily Show’ Host Jon Stewart Returns to TV for a Current Affairs Series for AppleTV+

After a five year break, former Daily Show host Jon Stewart is coming back to TV. Stewart has reportedly signed an “expansive, multi-year deal” with Apple, and is set to serve as the host of a new current affairs series on AppleTV+ which will run for multiple seasons. Here’s what we know so far. According to a press release, Stewart has signed a first-look deal with Apple and will anchor a new, original current affairs series for the streaming service. The hour-long show will tackle a single ...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Television, Movies, Casting, John Oliver, Daily Show, Jon Stewart, Rosewater, Eden, Bush, Stewart, Richard Plepler, James Dixon, Appletv, John Oliver Stewart


Hoping for Happiness

When I was a kid, my role models were serious. They smiled occasionally, but when they talked about God they stopped smiling. God is serious. To become holy, I guessed, meant that one stopped caring about happiness. I was confused. The Bible talked a lot about joy and gladness, and so did the songs we sang. But I didn’t see a lot of that as I looked around me. I made sense of things by focusing on the verses that talked about denying ourselves, although I still wondered about all the other...
Tags: Amazon, Featured, Life, Book Reviews, Eden, Piper, Ecclesiastes, Barnabas Piper, Christian Living


Eden’s Zero Anime Character Designs Teased, Two Games Actually Coming

A few screenshots were unveiled for the upcoming game of Fairy Tail creator Hiro Mashima’s latest work, Eden’s Zero, with there being not merely a single game in development but two, and a small PV of the upcoming anime was also teased. One game will be a third-person action RPG for consoles whilst the other […]
Tags: Translation, Games, Trailer, English, Anime, RPG, Eden, Konami, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Tokyo Game Show, Hiro Mashima, Eden's Zero


Former ‘Davis Police Officer Of The Year’ Trevor Edens Accused Of Stealing Public Money

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Tags: Crime, News, Local, Seen On, Davis, Yolo County, Eden, Edens, Davis Police, Paul Doroshov, Davis News, Doroshov, Local Christmas Lights, Trevor Edens, Trevor Edens Davis, Yolo County Narcotics Enforcement Team


"What if a modern-day Black American woke up one morning to find herself on a Civil War–era slave plantation?"

"That’s what happens to Eden (played by Janelle Monáe), though the movie opens on her life in captivity and takes a while to reveal its contemporary twist. Antebellum evokes Octavia Butler’s chilling 1979 masterpiece, Kindred, in which an African American woman is mysteriously transported back in time and experiences the deep suffering of her enslaved ancestors. But that novel didn't relish the brutality that its protagonist experienced, and it offered profound insights into power, memory, and t...
Tags: Movies, Law, Atlantic, Slavery, Janelle Monae, Eden, Veronica, Ann Althouse, David Sims, Race And Pop Culture


The 10 Best Video Game Stories

The 10 Best Video Game Stories Gaming has evolved exponentially over the years. What started as a button-smashing pastime has turned into an interactive, cinematic, and sometimes, emotionally gripping experience as we actively participate in what often feels like a novel or blockbuster movie. While there are still those who approach the medium strictly for gameplay and graphics, many of us now game for the stories; from linear Naughty Dog games to character-driven sandboxes and RPGs built a...
Tags: Games, Movies, Time, Italy, Link, Zelda, Columbia, Eden, James, Desmond, Elizabeth, Joel, Jedi, Assassin, Marston, Old West


‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘Boys’ & Timothee Chalamet conquer: Check out the Queerty Fall Entertainment Preview

The Boys in the Band Is this damn pandemic over yet? Thank goodness for movies and TV, which have helped us keep sane during this ongoing period of lockdown and social distancing. In some cases, they’ve replaced actual humans as our friends and lovers. No, we’re not going to elaborate on that one. With Fall officially here and the holiday season creeping ever closer, we anticipate meeting up with a group of returning friends, and a few new ones to boot. From epic sci-fi to over-the-top horror...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Stephen King, Lifestyle, Netflix, House, Aol, Broadway, Maxwell, James Bond, Diana, Cbs, Daniel Craig, Victoria, Hulu, Sarah Paulson


William Blake’s Paintings Come to Life in Two Animations

The poet and painter William Blake toiled in obscurity, for the most part, and died in poverty. Twenty some years after his death, his rebellious spirit gained traction with the Pre-Raphaelites. By the dawning of the Age of Aquarius, Blake was ripe to be venerated as a counter-cultural hero, for having flown in the face of convention, while championing gender and racial equality, nature, and free love. Reclining half-naked on a “a fabulous couch in Harlem,” poet Allen Ginsburg had a ...
Tags: Google, Art, London, College, Poetry, Bob Dylan, Animation, Museums, William Blake, Doubt, Eden, Harlem, Mary Wollstonecraft, Allen Ginsburg, Blake, Facebook Twitter


‘Antebellum’ Review: Janelle Monáe Delivers a Bold Performance in an Otherwise Jumbled Thriller

There’s a big twist in Antebellum. Those who regard the mere mention of a twist to be itself a spoiler are going to have a lot of trouble with this one, as the twists and turns are baked into the narrative. The film simply wouldn’t exist without them. And while we wouldn’t dream of giving away what those big twists are, it’s safe to say that Antebellum lives or dies by how willing you are to play along with the film’s bag of tricks. Suffice to say, we won’t be giving away any of the film’s twis...
Tags: Movies, Horror, America, Cnn, Features, Movie Reviews, Janelle Monae, Eden, Bush, Kiersey Clemons, Jena Malone, Monáe, Lionsgate Films, Renz, Featured Stories Sidebar, Antebellum


Eden intros SaaS tools in a bid to become a more comprehensive office management platform

Eden, the office management platform founded by Joe du Bey, is today announcing the launch of several new enterprise software features. The company, which offers a marketplace for office managers to procure services like office cleaning, repairs, etc., is looking to offer a more comprehensive platform. The software features include a COVID team safety tool that tracks who is coming into the office, and lets them reserve a specific desk to help ensure social distancing precautions are being taken...
Tags: Startups, TC, Apps, Enterprise, Tech, WeWork, Black, Managed By Q, Eden, Robin, Bey, Hivy, Joe Du Bey, Du Bey


£30 record player is fine

Terence Eden found a turntable [Amazon] that cost only £30 (~$40): "I accidentally bought a load of vinyl records. So I decided to buy the cheapest, shittiest, turntable possible," he writes. For firty paands he even gets a USB port to rip the records directly to digital. Is it any good? Not really. It plays records 4% too fast and has the slight stereo shift that come with unbalanced tone arms. But it's not terrible, either, Eden reports. It's fine. Eden conducts a complete teardown on the devi...
Tags: Amazon, Gadgets, Post, News, Eden, Jensen, Terence Eden


Kevin Connolly Denies Sexual Assault Allegation From 2005

Actor Kevin Connolly has denied a report in the Daily Beast that he sexually assaulted a costume designer at a wrap party in 2005. The outlet reported Wednesday that Gracie Cox alleges that Connolly led her into a VIP area during the party for “Gardener of Eden” and sexually assaulted her. Connolly, best known for […]
Tags: News, Kevin Connolly, Eden, Sensitive, Connolly, Gracie Cox


Eden restaurant popular with United Center fans closing due to economic impact of coronavirus

Eden restaurant closing after four-year run; business climate during coronavirus untenable, owners say
Tags: Eden, United Center


Edén Pastora, ‘Commander Zero’ in Nicaragua, Dies at 83

A hero of the 1979 Sandinista revolution, he later turned on his comrades in arms, mounting an international campaign of political pressure and later guerrilla attacks inside the country.
Tags: News, Nicaragua, Eden, Daniel, Ortega, Anastasio, Deaths (Obituaries, Sandinista National Liberation Front, Somoza Debayle, Pastora Gomez, Commander Zero, Edén Pastora


Fairy Tail Creator’s Eden’s Zero Has an Anime on the Way

Those saddened by the conclusion of the Fairy Tail anime may be ecstatic to know that the creator’s other work, Eden’s Zero, is now receiving its own TV adaptation, hopefully promising lots of action and an equal amount of lustier scenes like the cherished Fairy Tail. Hiro Mashima (the creator of Fairy Tail and Eden’s […]
Tags: Anime, Announcements, Eden, Adaptations, Fairy Tail, Hiro Mashima, Eden s Zero


God Hears the Cries in All Our Prayers

I grew up in the choir loft of a small Lutheran church, and my kids are doing the same. My mom was the choir director at that small church. We spent youth group lock-in’s finding new hiding places for Sardines (the game, not tins of the fish!), learning how to operate the kitchen coffeemaker, and loving our psuedo-grandparents, whom we adored. Now my husband is a full-time church employee. “Visiting Daddy at work” means checking out the candy at the front desk, greeting the pastors in their offi...
Tags: Minnesota, Inspiration, Noah, Jesus, Damascus, Eden, PAUL, Saul, Daddy


7 top VC investors reveal where real-estate tech portfolios are hurting the most and what they need to stay alive through what they need to stay alive through a year of crises

Real estate technology has seen various impacts from the coronavirus, with some companies seeing massive booms, and others seeing revenue totally cut off. At least one startup, Stay Alfred, closed permanently at the end of May.  We spoke to seven venture capitalists about what kept them up at night about their portfolios.  A well-capitalized company, with a long cash runway, has a much better chance of surviving than a company that needs to raise money in the midst of the crisis.  Business mod...
Tags: Trends, Silver Lake, Bain Capital Ventures, Eden, Alfred, Sullivan, Yip, Freedman, Aarons, Cushman Wakefield, MetaProp, Aaron Block, Zach Aarons, Thomvest Ventures, Corigin, Moderne Ventures


Burning through cash and nothing coming in: 7 VC investors share where real-estate tech portfolios are hurting the most

Real estate technology has seen various impacts from the coronavirus, with some companies seeing massive booms, and others seeing revenue totally cut off. At least one startup, Stay Alfred, closed permanently at the end of May.  We spoke to seven venture capitalists about what kept them up at night about their portfolios.  A well-capitalized company, with a long cash runway, has a much better chance of surviving than a company that needs to raise money in the midst of the crisis.  Business mod...
Tags: Trends, Silver Lake, Bain Capital Ventures, Eden, Alfred, Sullivan, Yip, Freedman, Aarons, Cushman Wakefield, MetaProp, Aaron Block, Zach Aarons, Thomvest Ventures, Corigin, Moderne Ventures


Burning through cash and nothing coming in: We talked to 7 VC investors about what's keeping them up at night in their proptech portfolios

Real estate technology has seen various impacts from the coronavirus, with some companies seeing massive booms, and others seeing revenue totally cut off. At least one startup, Stay Alfred, closed permanently at the end of May.  We spoke to seven venture capitalists about what kept them up at night about their portfolios.  A well-capitalized company, with a long cash runway, has a much better chance of surviving than a company that needs to raise money in the midst of the crisis.  Business mod...
Tags: Trends, Silver Lake, Bain Capital Ventures, Eden, Alfred, Sullivan, Yip, Freedman, Aarons, Cushman Wakefield, MetaProp, Aaron Block, Zach Aarons, Thomvest Ventures, Corigin, Moderne Ventures


Relationship Dynamics Clash in Romantic Drama 'Aviva' Official Trailer

"Everything is always changing." Outsider Pics has unveiled a new trailer for the film Aviva, an intriguing romantic drama that was set to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival this year. The film will now get a limited virtual release in June, before expanding further throughout the summer. From SXSW: Aviva portrays the relationship between Eden and Aviva, and how the conflicts and difficulties in balancing the masculine / feminine balance within themselves extends outward and challenges their...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Aviva, Eden, Indies, To Watch, Bobbi Jene Smith, Outsider Pics, Bobbi Jene Smith Zina Zinchenko Tyler Phillips


Finding a balance

Photo by Wiros on Wikimedia Commons Here's another response to a question I received from participants during the recent webinar I presented for EDEN. You can watch the entire webinar on YouTube at this link. The question is one of several I couldn't answer in full because of time constraints, so here is the question again with a few additional thoughts: A major challenge at the moment, especially for teachers, but also translated to students, is keeping up with the curriculum. This lim...
Tags: Technology, Learning, Education, Balance, Choice, Curriculum, Personal, Teaching, Testing, ALEC, eLearning, Eden, Tom Petty, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Wikimedia Commons Here


Problem based learning

Photo by Cyrano82  on Deviant Art Over the course of the next few posts, I'm responding directly and more expansively to some of the questions posted during my live webinar for EDEN. For those who are not familiar with EDEN, it's a large international organisation dedicated to the promotion of distance education and e-learning. It has its roots in Europe, but its scope is truly international, with members from many other countries across the globe. During the pandemic crisis, EDEN has ...
Tags: Europe, Technology, Learning, Education, Youtube, Online, Community, eLearning, E-learning, Eden, Pbl, Distance, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Paragogy