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Easy Homemade Dog Birthday Cake

Whip up this dog birthday cake to honor your furry friend with his or her very own dog cake! We celebrate birthdays with homemade cakes – and pets are definitely part of the family! This dog cake recipe will have your pup licking their chops on their special day. A dog cake is a perfect way to mark a 1st birthday or anniversary of adoption. Who doesn’t love a birthday party? To dress your pooch for the occasion, check out our super easy DIY dog bandana! You can even make your own with only two...
Tags: Crafts, Recipes, Frost, Sadie

The Clock Tower: Love Was in the Air Throughout the Arrowverse This Week

(Welcome to The Clock Tower , where we’ll break down the goings on of the The CW network’s Arrowverse. We’ll touch on things like themes , cultural impact, lead-ins to major events, ships, and more every week! Warning: this Clock Tower is filled with spoilers . Proceed at your own risk.) What’s Valentine’s Day without a little murder? Love is in the air in the Arrowverse this week, but more than a few people are going to lose their lives while they’re looking for love. Though it’s still...
Tags: Television, Movies, Features, The Cw, Harry, Batwoman, Frost, Barry, Cw, Iris, Ava, Ray Palmer, Allegra, Marie Antoinette, Freddy, Charlie

Can Sickness Be Better Than Health?

Can sickness and suffering be better than health and prosperity? In a world that lives to avoid pain, that question may sound ridiculous. Not only pleasure-seekers, but even the religious, view suffering as entirely negative — a sign of God’s disapproval. In most world religions, health and prosperity are the reward for a good and faithful life, while sickness and suffering are curses, the result of evil deeds in this life or a past one. The American prosperity “gospel” perpetuates these ...
Tags: China, Religion, Jesus, Times, Frost, Taylor, Christ, Charles Spurgeon, Joni Eareckson Tada, Hudson Taylor, James 1:2, Better Than Health, Henry Frost

Tulsi Gabbard's unique campaign brought people together – but looks to be coming apart

Hawaii congresswoman made a noble effort to bring together voters with different beliefs, but her poll numbers are lowIf Tulsi Gabbard drops out of the Democratic race in the coming days, her unique campaign is likely to be remembered more for her spats with the Democratic party, accusations of being a Russian operative, and the imagery of her promise to “bring a soldier’s heart to the White House” than a realistic bid for president.The Hawaii congresswoman’s unusual political journey, which has...
Tags: Google, News, White House, Massachusetts, Russia, Barack Obama, Dnc, Eu, Cnn, Hillary Clinton, New Hampshire, Hawaii, Iowa, Mitt Romney, Fox News, Rochester

‘The Roads Not Taken’ Trailer: Elle Fanning Tries to Connect With Her Ailing Father, Javier Bardem

“Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,” writes Robert Frost in his famous poem. “And sorry I could not travel both.” Frost’s beloved poem ponders the ideas of choice and self-determination with a devastatingly simple metaphor. The upcoming feature film starring Javier Bardem and Elle Fanning grapples with those same concepts, in a slightly more complicated way. The Roads Not Taken is a film directed by British auteur Sally Potter that follows a daughter (Fanning) who takes her ailing father (Bar...
Tags: Movies, Salma Hayek, Drama, Molly, New York City, Leo, Movie Trailers, Sally Potter, Frost, Orlando, Laura Linney, Potter, Javier-Bardem, Elle-Fanning, Robert Frost, Bleecker Street

High winds, freezing temperatures hit Southern California

LOS ANGELES — Southern California confronted strong Santa Ana winds and freezing temperatures Tuesday, prompting a flurry of National Weather Service warnings and advisories. A wind advisory will be in effect until 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Santa Monica Mountains Recreational Area, the Santa Ana Mountains of Orange County and the county’s inland areas, and until 3 p.m. Tuesday in the San Fernando Valley. Winds of 25 to 35 mph with gusts of 50 mph are expected in the Santa Monicas amid early mornin...
Tags: Weather, National Weather Service, News, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Santiago, Long Beach, Local News, Orange County, Orange, Frost, Nws, Southern California

'Frost on top of snowfall': Virus piles pressure on China's industrial machine

The coronavirus is threatening to disrupt large parts of China's manufacturing machine and its global supply chains as the spread of infection and strict public health measures force companies and workers to remain idle.
Tags: Money, China, businessNews, Frost

Predators Prospects: Philip Tomasino Reaching New Heights in Oshawa

Trade deadline deals at any level of hockey are a complicated beast. Often times, contending teams are in the market for additional pieces that will help them get over the proverbial hump and win a championship. On the other end, you have struggling organizations looking to sell their valuable assets for pieces that will assist them in future seasons. Unfortunately, these trades don’t always work in the “buyers” favor. The transition to a new team plays more of a role and a player struggles to p...
Tags: Sport, Nashville, Hockey, NHL, Kingston, Frost, Niagara, OHL, Ontario Hockey League, Oshawa, David Poile, Windsor Spitfires, Oshawa Generals, Mississauga Ontario, Niagara IceDogs, Amy Irvin

In a Fast-Paced Digital World, B2B Marketers Can Benefit from Slowing Down

We are living in the age of speed: faster connections, faster answers, faster service. People expect many things to happen instantly, in real-time, and technological advancements are increasingly making it possible. As such, it might seem counter-intuitive to suggest that we as B2B marketers are wise to slow our roll. Sometimes we tend to go through the motions too quickly, or in the wrong order, and it can hurt our results. In fact, it can prevent us from even accurately evaluating our re...
Tags: Seo, B2b Marketing, Frost, Arby, Callahan, Ann Handley, Psych Central, Lee Odden, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, Sean Callahan, McEwen, B2B marketing strategy, B2B Digital Marketing Trends, William McEwen, Suzanne Kane, Tiffani Allen TopRank

Philadelphia Flyers’ Lack of Forward Depth Is a Serious Issue

Entering the 2019-20 season, the Philadelphia Flyers’ forward depth was initially considered one of the team’s strengths. With a fully healthy roster, exciting forward prospects such as Morgan Frost and Joel Farabee were projected to spend the season with the American Hockey League’s Lehigh Valley Phantoms, since the Flyers had such a glut of talented forwards. However, that has not been the case, as due to both long term and short term injuries to its forward corps, a position of strength has n...
Tags: Minnesota, Toronto, Sport, Nashville, Philadelphia, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Frost, Florida Panthers, Boston Bruins, Stewart, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs

Flyers’ Rookies Playing a Major Role in Team’s Success

The previous Philadelphia Flyers regime of general manager Ron Hextall and head coach Dave Hakstol were often criticized for their inability and unwillingness to give young players an opportunity. Hextall typically left players in the minors for extended periods of time, or sent them back to their junior teams, regardless of how well they performed in training camp. Hakstol never properly utilized the young players on his roster, frequently giving reduced minutes or even healthy scratching playe...
Tags: Sport, Gm, Philadelphia, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Frost, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Dave Hakstol, Boston University, American Hockey League, Myers, Vigneault, Alain Vigneault

London Man Who Used Narwhal Tusk to Subdue Extremist Identified

LONDON — A mysterious figure who used a rare narwhal tusk to help subdue a knife-wielding extremist on London Bridge last month has been identified as a civil servant in Britain’s Justice Ministry. Darryn Frost ended his silence Saturday, telling Britain’s Press Association that he and others reacted instinctively when Usman Khan started stabbing people at a prison rehabilitation program at a hall next to the bridge on Nov. 29. Frost used the rare narwhal tusk to help subdue Khan even thoug...
Tags: London, News, Uncategorized, Britain, United Kingdom, Khan, Frost, London Bridge, Justice Ministry, Onetime, Britain s Press Association, Usman Khan, Jack Merritt, Saskia Jones, Darryn Frost

A Frosty Morning

This being December, the temperatures are in the 30’s each morning although it warms up nicely each day and there are mostly brillant blue skies. We are starting our third week here doing The Cure and, to tell the truth, it’s beginning to get hard in that it’s the same thing everyday, there’s very little to do around our village unless you drive a bit, it get’s dark early and we are very tired of our room with no couch, just a bed and a small table and chairs for eating along with the small kitc...
Tags: Travel, France, River, The Cure, Frost, Gréoux les Bains

Is Flyers’ Youth Movement Enough to Power Season?

The Philadelphia Flyers have long rested their success on the shoulders of stalwart veterans Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek. The 2019-20 NHL season, is no different, producing middling results as of late. The team hasn’t been overly good or bad, but being average isn’t a recipe the Flyers can use to see extended playoff success. Related: Vigneault no Stranger to Roster Changes New head coach Alain Vigneault, no stranger to making roster changes, is hoping an infusion of youth will power...
Tags: Sport, Philadelphia, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Frost, Florida Panthers, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Carolina Hurricanes, Jakub Voracek, Myers, Vigneault, Alain Vigneault, Claude Giroux

Giroux’s 4-Point Night Leads Flyers past Hurricanes, 5-3

RALEIGH, N.C. — Claude Giroux had two goals and two assists, leading the Philadelphia Flyers past the Carolina Hurricanes 5-3 on Thursday night. Morgan Frost had a goal and an assist in his second NHL game, helping the Flyers stop a four-game slide. Ivan Provorov also scored, Travis Konecny had three assists and Kevin Hayes added an empty-netter with 5.7 seconds left. Carolina had won four in a row. Lucas Wallmark tied it at 3 at 3:24 of the third period, Teuvo Teravainen had a goal and an...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Philadelphia, Hockey, NHL, Frost, Calgary, Raleigh, Elliott, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Carolina Hurricanes, Carolina, Brian Elliott, Petr Mrazek, Mrazek

Big Ten Spotlight: West Division coaches in long-term deals

Scott Frost received a two-year contract extension that will keep him at Nebraska through 2026. The university announced the extension on Saturday before Frost and the Cornhuskers took the field against Wisconsin. “I’m grateful,” Frost said. “This is where I want to be. People in Nebraska know me pretty well and I’m a fighter and […]
Tags: News, Sports, Wisconsin, College sports, Nebraska, Frost, Cornhuskers, Scott Frost

Barkov, Connolly Lead Panthers over Flyers 5-2

SUNRISE, Fla. — Aleksander Barkov and Brett Connolly each had a goal and an assist to lift the Florida Panthers over the Philadelphia Flyers 5-2 on Tuesday night. Jonathan Huberdeau, Colton Sceviour and Mike Hoffman also scored and Evgenii Dadonov had two assists. Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 35 shots. The Panthers are 6-2-1 in their past nine games. Morgan Frost scored a goal in his first NHL game and Travis Sanheim also scored for the Flyers, who have lost four straight. Carter Hart allowed ...
Tags: Florida, Sport, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Frost, Anaheim Ducks, Florida Panthers, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Carolina Hurricanes, Hart, Sergei Bobrovsky, Springfield, Connolly, Brian Elliott

Put the Bigelow “Tea” In Your T-Day Dessert Fest

The great thing about Thanksgiving is there are plenty of ways to celebrate. Some people like to host a big gathering. Others stick with close family. Some people enjoy traveling and being guests. And then there’s the food. Oh, the food. You can focus on the turkey, sample every side dish, or save room for that decadent dessert (with a pot of Bigelow Tea, of course!). There’s no wrong way to do it. Whether you go traditional or try out something new every Thanksgiving, here are some amazin...
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10 Memorable Things to Do in Hokkaido in Winter

Hokkaido is the northernmost and least developed of Japan’s four main islands. It’s famous for hot springs, volcanoes, ski resorts and beautiful, national parks. With unspoiled nature you can look forward to a host of memorable, unique things to do in Hokkaido in winter. Drift ice off of the Shiretoko Peninsula This post includes some affiliate links. If you make a qualifying purchase through one of these links, I may receive a small percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you. Thank you ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Winter, Russia, Fox, Canada, Frost, Fis, Honshu, Niseko, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Don, Jake, Shari

Tea @ Dawn's ~ Fading Light, Cranberries & Frost ❤

Hello my friends, and Happy Friday! Thank you so much for joining me ... I am so pleased to welcome you to "my place" for Tea. ❤ As I announced last week, I am bringing back my blog "Teatimes," in a celebration of Late Autumn,Winter Holidays ... and the very comfort and joy that is Tea! By necessity of course, my Teatimes are virtual -  but my hope is that my words and pictures will make you feel like you have truly popped in for a cozy visit. And I like to imagine you're savoring ...
Tags: Autumn, Instagram, Massachusetts, India, Nature, Birds, Food And Drink, Kim, Saints, Jack, Frost, Kraft, Children's Books, Sunset, Cape Cod, New England

Frost’s rebuilding project at Nebraska hits sticking point

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — It wasn’t supposed to be this way for Nebraska. In Scott Frost’s grand plan, the Cornhuskers would begin their climb in the Big Ten West in Year Two coaching his alma mater. It was jarring when Nebraska lost its first six games in 2018, but wins in four of the last […]
Tags: News, Sports, Nebraska, Lincoln, Frost, Cornhuskers, Scott Frost, Big Ten West

Indiana AD remark on Huskers’ lack of respect baffles Frost

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska coach Scott Frost said Monday he doesn’t know what prompted Indiana athletic director Fred Glass to say the Cornhuskers’ staff doesn’t respect the Hoosiers’ football program. Glass told the Indianapolis Star after the Hoosiers’ 38-31 win in Lincoln on Saturday the victory was “particularly gratifying, particularly knowing Nebraska’s staff had […]
Tags: News, Sports, Indiana, Ap, Nebraska, Lincoln, Indianapolis Star, Frost, Cornhuskers, Lincoln Neb, Hoosiers, Huskers, Scott Frost, Fred Glass

The Clock Tower: The Arrowverse Broke a Lot of Hearts and Took a Lot of Lives This Week

(Welcome to The Clock Tower , where we’ll break down the goings on of the The CW network’s Arrowverse. We’ll touch on things like themes , cultural impact, lead-ins to major events, ships, and more every other week! Warning: this Clock Tower is filled with spoilers . Proceed at your own risk.)  And we’re back! A whole world has been decimated since we last took a look at the Arrowverse, so buckle in boys and girls! The Flash is playing with death, Supergirl ’s trying to save the ...
Tags: Television, Movies, China, Reagan, Features, Gotham, The Cw, Batwoman, Batman, Kate, Frost, Barry, Cw, Alex, Arrow, Iris

The Inspiration of a Guiding Star: Jardim da Estrela

  My mind was made up 43 years ago after a week filled with cheap vino tinto, emotional Fado music and lots of walking up and down steep hills in Lisbon. In a park, off the busy, beaten path, I found an inspiration for a horticultural career. The Jardim da Estrela was my guiding star. I professed solemn vows in 1976: I would love parks and gardens forever. Before I arrived in Portugal I had traveled on the cheap across the United Kingdom, Holland, France and Spain. Dog-eared pages of Arthur Fr...
Tags: Gardening, London, Spain, Paris, Portugal, Angola, Frost, Hyde Park, Norfolk Island, Mona, Lisbon, Lexington Kentucky, Frommer, Arthur Frommer, Luxembourg Gardens, Jardim

Dog Birthday Cake

Whip up this dog birthday cake to honor your furry friend with his or her very own dog cake! We celebrate birthdays with homemade cakes – and pets are definitely part of the family! This dog cake recipe will have your pup licking their chops on their special day. A dog cake is the perfect way to mark a 1st birthday or anniversary of adoption. Who doesn’t love a birthday party? To dress your pooch for the occasion, check out our super easy DIY dog bandana! Dog Cake Ingredients Follow along and...
Tags: Crafts, Uncategorized, Frost

Does digital technology make students stupid?

Worry over test scores has led many to blame digital technology for waning educational achievement. New studies show that the persistent effects of "screen time" are not yet understood and may be short-lived. Many experts argue the best approach is to teach students the strategic and selective use of digital technology. None We've been here before. When books were the fresh new tech, Socrates believed they would spread an epidemic of forgetfulness. A millennium later, aristocrats fretted that ...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Science, Technology, Learning, Washington Post, Youth, Memory, Neuroscience, Intelligence, Teaching, Harvard, United States, Connecticut, Innovation, Finland, OECD

Three grants and you’re out (of coffee)

States are often a party in cases before the Supreme Court. In fact, Article III of the Constitution specifically lists suits between states as an explicit reason for establishing a high court. As this practice has developed over time, most state attorneys general have created offices devoted solely to arguing appellate cases. But no matter how long its history of appellate adjudication, no matter how experienced its attorneys, nothing can quite prepare a state for three Supreme Court oral ar...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Washington, Virginia, United States, Alaska, Warren, Kansas, Frost, Sturgeon, Garcia, Roberts, SCHMIDT, Glover, Derek Schmidt

Diahann Carroll, Oscar-nominated, pioneering actress, dead at 84

By NEKESA MUMBI MOODY NEW YORK  — Diahann Carroll, the Oscar-nominated actress and singer who won critical acclaim as the first black woman to star in a non-servant role in a TV series as “Julia,” has died. She was 84. Carroll’s daughter, Susan Kay, told The Associated Press her mother died Friday in Los Angeles of cancer. During her long career, Carroll earned a Tony Award for the musical “No Strings” and an Academy Award nomination for best actress for “Claudine.” This June 14, 2007 file p...
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VOTE: Southern California Girls Athlete of the Week (May 28)

Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (including the Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) nominate Athletes of the Week for their respective region. Each nominee is entered into the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week county-wide vote. Click on ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Orange County, Frost, Santa Barbara, High School Sports, Wilson, Pepperdine University, Eagles, Glenn, Scottsdale Arizona, South Hills, Serra, Melton, Clovis

MAC x Disney Aladdin Your Wish is My Command Powder Blush Review & Swatches

Your Wish is My Command MAC Your Wish is My Command Powder Blush ($35.00 for 0.35 oz.) is a medium-dark brown with warm undertones and a matte finish. It seemed balanced between red and orange and didn’t have some of the saturation that some warmer bronzers can have. The texture was velvety and smooth to the touch, which made it easier to pick up and blend out on my skin. Historically, MAC’s limited edition bronzers have had ratings all over the place but are often very stiff and diff...
Tags: Mac, Beauty, Frost, Christine, Dillard, Mac Cosmetics, Cheek Products, Bronzers, Carmine CI, MAC Launch Reviews, Becca Malibu Soleil, Top Dupes Formula OverviewIngredients Top, My Command Powder Blush Review Swatches, Milani Sun Tan