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Rugby season should end now for player safety, says ex-Ireland and Ulster star Ferris

Former Ireland and Ulster back row Stephen Ferris says player welfare considerations demand that the 2019-20 rugby season should be ended now.
Tags: News, Ireland, Ferris, Stephen Ferris

‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ Cast Gets Back Together for ‘Reunited Apart’, and the End is a John Hughes Bonanza

Josh Gad‘s web series Reunited Apart has allowed fans to pass some of their quarantine time by watching the cast and filmmakers behind their favorite movies reunite virtually online. The Goonies, Back to the Future, Splash, Lord of the Rings, and Ghostbusters have all been featured on the series. Now another beloved movie from the 1980s is taking the spotlight. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is one of the many classic teen comedies directed by the late John Hughes, and Josh Gad was able to round up M...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Cameron, Ferris Bueller, Ferris, Neil Simon, Ben Stein, Stein, National Lampoon, John Hughes, Matthew Broderick, Josh-Gad, Jeanie, Jennifer Grey, Video Of The Day

CS Movie Day Planner: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

CS Movie Day Planner: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is introducing a new feature called CS Movie Day Planner, where we pick a movie and list all the activities the main character did in a single day. Check out Ferris Bueller’s day in the gallery below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag....
Tags: Movies, Cameron, Ferris Bueller, Ferris, John Hughes

The Best Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in June 2020

Summer is fast approaching, and with nationwide lockdowns looking to extend into the sunniest months, there’s no better time to catch up on movies and shows before they leave Netflix next month. These are the TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in June 2020. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off John Hughes‘ 1986 classic is an exuberant teen comedy with a wistful edge. It’s got Matthew Broderick‘s manic pixie dream boy Ferris Bueller crashing a parade to lead a street-wide performance performance of “...
Tags: Netflix, Netflix/Streaming Video, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Inception, Mad Men, Minority Report, The-Matrix

Drive-thru county fair food festival

State and county fairs across the United States have been put on hold, but nothing, it seems, can get in the way of our love for deep-fried food on a stick. Fair food festivals have popped up or are in the works across the country from the Northeast to the West Coast and every other compass-oriented region. And to maintain a safe social distance, these slices of Americana are relying on an old American favorite: the drive-thru. Food & Wine found a bevy of these drive-thru events in operation....
Tags: Travel, New York, California, US, United States, North Dakota, New York Times, Festivals, Ohio, West Coast, Lithuania, Food Festivals, All, Vilnius, Northeast, Tulare

HEP Five Ferris Wheel: Guide to the HEP Five Osaka Japan

There is a beautiful Ferris wheel in Osaka, Japan. The HEP Five Ferris Wheel is mind blowing. Here is a guide to the HEP Five Osaka Ferris wheel. In 2017, over 11 million tourists visited Osaka. And... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Travel, Parenting, Osaka, Travelling, Ferris, Osaka Japan, Top Destinations, HEP Five Osaka Ferris

OC Fair canceled for 2020 by coronavirus concerns

The 2020 OC Fair won’t be held this summer because of ongoing concerns about the coronavirus and uncertainty over when the state may lift its ban on large events. The OC Fair and Event Center’s board of directors voted Monday, April 27, to cancel this year’s fair, but may offer some of the fair’s traditional entertainment and competitions online. Held annually in Costa Mesa, the OC Fair in 2019 attracted 1.39 million visitors over its 23-day run. With big gatherings and group activities still pr...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Fleetwood Mac, Local News, Orange County, Cervantes, Ferris, Costa Mesa, California State, Robert Ruiz, Top Stories OCR, OC Fair, Coronavirus, San Bernardino County San Diego County, Sandra Cervantes

NHL Rumors: Flyers, Canucks, Coyotes, Oilers, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news that the Philadelphia Flyers might try to sign a deal with the older brother of a Maple Leafs rookie, Jacob Markstrom says he wants to stay in Vancouver, the Edmonton Oilers are looking at international options and the Arizona Coyotes and Taylor Hall are finally talking. Markstrom Wants to Stay in Vancouver Goaltender Jacob Markstrom was on a conference call with reporters yesterday including Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet, and explained that he ...
Tags: Sport, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, North America, Taylor, Columbus, Edmonton, Hall, Edmonton Oilers, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Oilers, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Coyotes

LA, OC light up blue in tribute to workers on frontline of coronavirus fight

Southern California has never been bluer. And on Thursday night at 8 p.m., you could actually see it — in lights. As part of the #LightItBlue initiative to salute millions of workers on the frontline on coronavirus pandemic, major venues across the region (and the country) were illuminated in blue. Sports venues, entertainment hubs and national landmarks and historic buildings saw the light. Some building in downtown Los Angeles are lit in blue lights during #LightItBlue, Thursday, April 9, ...
Tags: UK, News, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Pasadena, Orange County, Pacific, Eric Garcetti, Staples Center, City Hall, Anaheim, Santa Monica Pier

Virtual It’s a Small World combines rides from 5 Disney theme parks during coronavirus closure

You can take a virtual trip around the globe during the coronavirus closure of all 12 Disney theme parks with a new video version of It’s a Small World featuring scenes from attractions in Anaheim, Florida, France, Hong Kong and Japan. The It’s a Small World virtual boat ride featuring scenes from five Disney theme parks is the latest installment of #StayAtHome entertainment during the COVID-19 pandemic now collected in a new comprehensive website dubbed Disney Magic Moments. Sign up for our Pa...
Tags: Hong Kong, Japan, Florida, Hollywood, London, France, Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Tokyo, Eiffel Tower, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, Hong Kong Disneyland

Shorter Workday Concept for Employee Retention | Marketing Automation

Marketing automation has played a significant role in making our time at work more efficient. This is not a revolutionary or surprising statement – after all, it’s not hard to imagine that technology capable of automating repetitive tasks would be a time saver.  What once took days now takes hours, and what once took hours now takes minutes. The revolution is that organizations are using the time that platforms like marketing automation have given them to rethink their workplace culture. Co...
Tags: Productivity, Marketing, New York Times, New Zealand, Wall Street Journal, Pareto Principle, Tim Ferriss, Marketing Automation, Employee Retention, MetLife, Ferris, PTO, Inc, Auckland University of Technology, Perpetual Guardian, Shorter Workday

Sabres demote Bogosian to minors, unclear if he'll report

The Buffalo Sabres have assigned Zach Bogosian to the minors after he cleared waivers on Saturday, though it's uncertain when or whether the veteran defenseman will report. Bogosian's agent, Darren Ferris, didn't provide any hint of what his client's plans are in a text to The Associated Press. ''I will be meeting with Zach over the next couple of days to discuss his next steps,'' Ferris wrote.
Tags: News, Associated Press, Buffalo Sabres, Zach, Ferris, Zach Bogosian, Bogosian, Darren Ferris

Pee-wee's Big Adventure isn't the only movie with a Rube Goldberg breakfast machine

I was **this** many years old when I learned that Pee-wee Herman isn't the only on-screen character with a breakfast-making contraption. My sweetie Andy just re-watched the 1968 film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and told me it also has a Rube Goldberg machine that makes breakfast! I didn't know about that one, so I looked it up. And there it was. Then I wondered if there were more... and there are! First, let's start with Pee-wee's, which might be the best known one in pop culture (it even gets ripp...
Tags: Post, News, Robin Williams, Breakfast, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Einstein, Rube Goldberg, Charlie Chaplin, Dick Van Dyke, Andy, Ferris, Herman, Rube Goldberg Machine, Doc Brown, Caractacus Potts, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure

4 of the Best Amusement Parks in Europe

Travelling is one of the most extravagant activities a person would do and could ever dream of; it is the people’s way to unwind, refresh, and relax. For some, they would choose to travel to other continents and countries. Through this, these people would be able to, not just loosen up the tension but also to discover new cultures and surroundings. Specifically, Europe is a great place to look for an adventure. Known as the second smallest continent in the world, the place is composed of 800 cit...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Europe, Italy, Slovenia, Ferris, Tenerife Canary Islands, Costa Adeje, Triglav National Park, Gardaland, Wolfgang Kiessling, Best Amusement Parks, Europe Gardaland Gardaland, Vienna Prater, Siam Park Tenerife The Siam Park, Siam Park Prater Triglav National Park

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 3 Recap

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 3 Recap In the previous episode of Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina removed Lucifer from Nick’s body. In Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 3 Episode 3, Nick rejoined the Academy, as Caliban challenged Sabrina to a competition, and a carnival opened in Greendale. Unholy Regalia Sabrina wanted to play hooky to spend the day with Nick, who was struggling with PTSD-like symptoms and a clubbed foot as the results of his time w...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Netflix, TV News, Academy, Zelda, Recap, NICK, Lucifer, Robin, Herod, TV Recap, Harvey, Ferris, Ambrose

‘Before Sunrise’: The Making of an Indie Classic

On a tiny budget and at the mercy of Viennese trains and Ferris wheels, Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke managed to create ’90s movie magic.
Tags: Movies, News, Ethan Hawke, Richard, Hawke, Ferris, Julie, Ethan, Delpy, Linklater, Actors and Actresses, Before Sunrise (Movie, Richard Linklater Julie Delpy

Trivia: ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ Almost Had Two Other Younger Siblings in the Movie

If you like the classic 1986 comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, here’s a bit of trivia that’s been available for a while but may not be widely known, even among the film’s big fans. John Hughes‘ classic comedy features a rivalry between Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) and his sister Jeanie (Jennifer Grey). Since Ferris is babied by their parents, Jeanie has it out for him and can’t get over the fact that he gets to stay home sick, knowing full well that he’s faking his illness to play hooky. B...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Ferris Bueller, Paramount Pictures, Todd, Ferris, Hughes, Trivia, Kimberly, John-Hughes, Jeanie, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Ferris Bueller Matthew Broderick, Paul Hirsch, Jeanie Jennifer Grey

Texas-Sized NHL Winter Classic for Stars, Predators in Cotton Bowl

DALLAS — Welcome to a Texas-sized NHL Winter Classic. The annual showcase is going to be one big outdoor game when the Dallas Stars host the Nashville Predators at the historic Cotton Bowl Stadium on Wednesday — even without “Big Tex” booming out the customary “Howdy, folks!” that visitors to the State Fair of Texas hear each fall. Texas Fair Site More than 84,000 fans are expected for the NHL’s 12th New Year’s Day game, this one at the stadium where the boots belonging to the fair’s ...
Tags: Texas, Colorado, Boston, NFL, Toronto, San Francisco, Sport, Stars, Chicago, Arizona, Dallas Cowboys, Dallas, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Oklahoma

The History of the Fisheye Photo Album Cover

Like gothic script in heavy metal, the fisheye album cover photo seems like a naturally occurring feature of certain psychedelic strains of music. But it has a history, as does the fisheye photograph itself. The Vox video above begins in 1906 with Johns Hopkins scientist and inventor Robert Wood, a somewhat eccentric professor of optical physics who wanted to duplicate the way fish see the world: “the circular picture,” he wrote, “would contain everything within an angle of 180 degrees i...
Tags: Google, Art, Photography, Music, College, Nasa, Jimi Hendrix, Nikon, Wood, Johns Hopkins, Facebook Twitter, Ferris, Hendrix, Josh Jones, Robert Wood, Sam Rivers

2019 Great Lakes Invitational Semifinal: Wolverines and Huskies Move On

DETROIT, Mich. – Day 1 of the Great Lakes Invitational (GLI) is in the books. Two intriguing matchups were set to determine who would meet in the title game on Tuesday. The atmosphere inside Little Caesars Arena in Detroit was exciting with all four fanbases well represented. What followed were two tight contests that kept fans on the edge of their seats. Huskies Upset the Spartans Game 1 of the afternoon saw the Spartans of Michigan State take on the Michigan Tech Huskies. In a very Hus...
Tags: Sport, Bliss, Ncaa, Michigan, Hockey, Smith, Detroit, Alex Smith, Mel, Pearson, University Of Michigan, Michigan Wolverines, Huskies, Strauss, Michigan State, MSU

An IBM CTO tells us about three open source projects with the power to change the world (IBM)

IBM made news this month when it pulled out of the open source Swift programming language project to focus its resources on other projects. Business Insider talked to Chris Ferris, CTO of IBM's OpenTech initiative, to get details on those other projects on which Big Blue is staking its bets. IBM is involved in too many open source projects to name them all, he said, and the company's acquisition of Red Hat has only served to increase its involvement in open source. But he did name three IBM-as...
Tags: Apple, Google, Microsoft, Trends, Bill Gates, Ibm, Swift, Cto, Red Hat, Ferris, Honeywell Aerospace, Hyperledger, IBM CTO, Chris Ferris, Blockchain Hyperledger IBM, Linux Foundation Hyperledger

Conservative Saudi Arabia Cuts Loose With a Bevy of Models and a Rave

(DIRIYAH, Saudi Arabia) — Supermodels and social media mavens, their makeup artists and hair stylists in tow, posed at a concert in leather pants, chunky sweaters and trendy black combat boots. What was unusual about these Instagram posts was that they were all deliberately tagged in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The bevy of Instagram stars, former Victoria’s Secret models, including Alessandra Ambrosio, and Hollywood actors like Ryan Phillipe, Ed Westwick and Wilmer Valderrama were invited to Saud...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Instagram, Washington Post, Saudi Arabia, Nicki Minaj, Uncategorized, Turkey, Middle East, Associated Press, Victoria, Wilmer Valderrama, Yemen, Istanbul, Mohammed, Riyadh

NHL Rumors: Hall, Gardiner, Subban, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Arizona Coyotes’ odds of retaining Taylor Hall, Jake Gardiner talks his decision to turn down millions of dollars before joining the Carolina Hurricanes, only to maybe be on the trade block, and are talks heating up involving P.K. Subban? Coyotes Under Consideration Now Taylor Hall’s agent Darren Ferris confirmed to Craig Morgan of The Athletic that Hall, the Coyotes and everyone involved in the process of a possible extension negotiatio...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Atlantic, Arizona, Jets, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Hall, New Jersey Devils, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Maple Leafs, Coyotes, Carolina Hurricanes, Arizona Coyotes

Reed, defense rally W Florida past Ferris in D-II semi

BIG RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Austin Reed threw two touchdowns passes in the fourth quarter and Andre Duncombe had an interception and fumble recovery among six turnovers forced by the defense as West Florida rallied to defeat Ferris State 28-14 in the NCAA Division II semifinals on Saturday. The unseeded Argonauts (12-2) play Minnesota State, […]
Tags: Florida, News, Sports, Ncaa, Reed, Ferris, West Florida, Minnesota State, Argonauts, Ferris State, Austin Reed, Andre Duncombe

Instagram Worthy: Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for fun and excitement, the city that can be found in the desert, serves up all kinds of possibilities for visitors. You may know that Las Vegas has a focus on slots and table games like craps, blackjack, baccarat and poker. However, the city has a larger than life persona and it is notably the best city when it comes to Instagram pictures. Because this is Las Vegas, the first place to start taking pictures is at one of the many casinos like The Venetian. Not only it gives you...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Europe, Instagram, Tim Burton, Las Vegas, Las Vegas Strip, Bellagio, Ferris, Strip, Mandalay Bay Resort Casino, Bellagio Resort, LINQ, Fremont Street, Container Park, Bellagio Conservatory

Christmas in Paris

Also see: * What's Open on Christmas and New Year's Day in Paris* New Year's Eve in Paris How Do the French Celebrate Christmas? Even though France is a staunchly secular country, Christmas celebrations are still a big deal, much like in the US, with special food, gifts, decorations, and a bearded guy in a red suit. There are, however, a few big differences you’ll notice if it’s your first time in France for the holidays. Parisian transplant Alysa Salzberg wrote a very comprehensive article...
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Disney, US, Jean de la Fontaine, Paris, Strasbourg, Eiffel Tower, Swan Lake, Santa, Antoine, Disneyland Paris, Emma, Heather, Bernard

KIIS 102.7/FM and iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball is sold out, but here’s how you can still join in on the fun for free

The 20th Annual KIIS 102.7/FM and iHeartRadio Jingle Ball featuring performances by Katy Perry, BTS, Billie Eilish, Sam Smith, Camila Cabello, Halsey, French Montana, Lizzo and Normani at The Forum in Inglewood on Friday, Dec. 6 has been sold out for weeks. It’s a bummer for those who couldn’t get in, however KIIS FM has put just as much effort into creating a free fan event in The Forum parking lot as it has the main event inside the venue. With the holiday season in full swing, not everyone ca...
Tags: Music, Holidays, Ryan Seacrest, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Katy Perry, Forum, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Tyga, Stubhub, Ticketmaster

5 things to do when the Festival of Lights returns to Riverside

The area surrounding the Mission Inn Hotel and Spa in downtown Riverside will turn into a winter wonderland of sorts with the flip of a switch on Nov. 29. That’s when the Riverside landmark will be lit up and the 27th annual Mission Inn Hotel and Spa Festival of Lights will begin. There are plenty of fun activities to enjoy during the month-long festival. This year we honed in on five of them. The activities will be available to enjoy through Dec. 31 and you’ll be able to catch the lit-up Missio...
Tags: Instagram, Holidays, Christmas, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Charles Dickens, Lights, Robin Thicke, Festival Of Lights, Southern California, City Hall, Riverside, Ferris, University Avenue, Bell Tower

Tourist fined $20,000 after his drone landed in Las Vegas airport

High Roller Observation Wheel is one of Las Vegas’ attractions many tourists want to visit and photograph. And a California tourist Reuben Burciaga probably took the most expensive picture of it ever. While he was flying his DJI Phantom 3 over the Ferris wheel, he lost control over the drone. The aircraft eventually landed on […] The post Tourist fined $20,000 after his drone landed in Las Vegas airport appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Airports, California, Drone, Fine, Las Vegas, Airport, Ferris, Reuben Burciaga

Ferris Wheel Sculpture

Artist Scott Nelles’ masterful, aluminum and brass sculpture captures the poetry, brilliant engineering, and summery nostalgia of George Washington Gale Ferris Jr.’s invention, made for the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Scott hand-casts twenty parts in separate one-hundred pound sand molds, then spends dozens of hours meticulously hand-finishing and assembling the intricate structure. More than just evoking a Ferris wheel's magic, it also moves like one: Turn the small hand cra...
Tags: Shopping, Ferris, Robert Graves, Scott Nelles, Ferris Wheel Sculpture, George Washington Gale Ferris Jr, Chicago Scott