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LBC appoints Scotland Political Editor for Global’s Newsroom

LBC has appointed The Scotsman Deputy Political Editor and Columnist Gina Davidson in the brand-new role of Scotland Political Editor. Gina will deliver the latest political stories, news and analysis to LBC’s audiences, from Holyrood and across Scotland. The new appointment is part of the station’s commitment to strengthening its nationwide political coverage on all platforms, throughout the UK. Her previous experience includes working at the Edinburgh Evening News, Press Association and a ...
Tags: UK, Scotland, Global, People, Radio, Holyrood, LBC, Gina, Tom Cheal, Gina Davidson, Global 's Newsroom, Edinburgh Evening News Press Association


A Vibrant Spring Wedding in Coral and Yellow Hues at L’Auberge Del Mar

Miss Natalie Bray Studios does it again - brightening our days, one gallery at a time! Today's real wedding was just the dose of vitamin D we needed to start the week off right. Blue Pansy Floral created the most cheerful arrangements, bursting with coral, hot pink and yellow hues. SD Weddings by Gina kept the festivities going off without a hitch while the couple and their guests danced the night away under string lights and stars. Don't forget to check out the full gallery of pretty before you...
Tags: Wedding, Romantic, The Blog, Don, Gina, Real Weddings, Whimsical, L'Auberge Del Mar, Miss Natalie Bray Studios


The Sweetness of God in the Middle of the Dillard’s Shoe Department

My first child got married a few weeks ago, a celebration bubbling with joy and beauty and illuminated by the presence of God. On a day when so much can go wrong, everything went right. As Thomas and Gina exchanged their vows, I was wrecked in the best of ways, encouraged by their exquisite expressions of love. I felt a mother-kinship with Mary as I treasured all the things (Luke 2:19). And, try as I might, there was no damming up my Niagara of happy tears. I’ve been introspective ever since. Th...
Tags: Generosity, Inspiration, Kindness, Jesus, God, Christ, Thomas, Michelle, Mary, Luke, Heather, Shannon, Gina, DSW, Dillard, Encouragement


Bryan Cranston-Led Drama Your Honor Renewed for Season 2 at Showtime

Showtime’s hit crime drama series Your Honor, starring award-winning actor Bryan Cranston, has been renewed for a second season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The project was initially released as a limited series and will now return with 10 new episodes in 2022, with Cranston reprising his Golden Globe-nominated role as Judge Michael Desiato. RELATED: Lena Waithe’s The Chi Renewed For a Fifth Season at Showtime “We were blown away by Your Honor … by the power of Peter’s storytelling, by ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Showtime, TV News, New Orleans, Bryan Cranston, Robert, Peter, Cranston, Bryan, Golden Globe, Gina, Margo Martindale, Michael Stuhlbarg, CBS Studios


BFF Pet Parent And Child Graphic Tee

"You complete me" has never been more literal--or adorable. Gina Davis has designed these vintage-looking tees for you and your fur baby in soft, 100% cotton with a halved heart graphic and the words "Best Friend" split across both. Just like the two of you, this pair is at its best when side by side. All of Gina's pup-and-parent wear is ethically made, and she uses extra fabric to make soft doggie beds for local animal shelters. Does it get any sweeter? We can answer that: nope. Sold separately...
Tags: Shopping, Gina, Gina Davis


BBQ Party Dog Shirt

Have you ever known a dog who wasn't up for a good time? Gina Davis sure hasn't. Inspired by her own fur baby's perky personality, she's designed these madly cute shirts for party-ready pups. The tropical colors and patterns are as lively as the ones you'll find on people versions, and the soft rayon fabric is lightweight, silky-soft, and easy to put on--and keep on, thanks to the coconut buttons. All of Gina's pup attire is ethically made, and she uses extra fabric to make soft doggie beds for ...
Tags: Shopping, Ivory, Gina, Gina Davis, BBQ Party Dog Shirt


She was the first to warn about Osama bin Laden

Just one week out of the University of Virginia, with a degree in economics and foreign policy, Gina Bennett started working at the State Department as a clerk-typist in June 1988. After a couple of months, Bennett's boss told her, "Gina, you don't belong here. I'm going to promote you so you can get a job as an intelligence analyst."
Tags: News, Osama Bin Laden, Stories, State Department, University Of Virginia, Bennett, Gina, Gina Bennett


She was the first to warn about bin Laden

Just one week out of the University of Virginia, with a degree in economics and foreign policy, Gina Bennett started working at the State Department as a clerk-typist in June 1988. After a couple of months, Bennett's boss told her, "Gina, you don't belong here. I'm going to promote you so you can get a job as an intelligence analyst."
Tags: News, Stories, State Department, University Of Virginia, Bennett, Gina, Gina Bennett


Opinion: The woman who was the first to warn about Osama bin Laden

Just one week out of the University of Virginia, with a degree in economics and foreign policy, Gina Bennett started working at the State Department as a clerk-typist in June 1988. After a couple of months, Bennett's boss told her, "Gina, you don't belong here. I'm going to promote you so you can get a job as an intelligence analyst."
Tags: News, Osama Bin Laden, Stories, State Department, University Of Virginia, Bennett, Gina, Gina Bennett


Opinion: Peter Bergen on the woman who was the first to warn about Osama bin Laden

Just one week out of the University of Virginia, with a degree in economics and foreign policy, Gina Bennett started working at the State Department as a clerk-typist in June 1988. After a couple of months, Bennett's boss told her, "Gina, you don't belong here. I'm going to promote you so you can get a job as an intelligence analyst."
Tags: News, Osama Bin Laden, Stories, State Department, University Of Virginia, Bennett, Gina, Peter Bergen, Gina Bennett


Fresh herbs

Chain restaurants rarely use fresh herbs. They’re uneven, unreliable and expensive, and most diners have been conditioned to want food that’s more processed and bland. The same is true for most of what we buy and sell. It’s becoming ever more predictable, pre-processed and cost-reduced. The pressure tends to go in one direction–turn your work into a commodity, smooth over the edges and fit in all the way. That seems hard to argue with, particularly if you want to be popular and profitable....
Tags: Leadership, New York City, Uncategorized, Nana, Gina


Fresh herbs

Chain restaurants rarely use fresh herbs. They’re uneven, unreliable and expensive, and most diners have been conditioned to want food that’s more processed and bland. The same is true for most of what we buy and sell. It’s becoming ever more predictable, pre-processed and cost-reduced. The pressure tends to go in one direction–turn your work into a commodity, smooth over the edges and fit in all the way. That seems hard to argue with, particularly if you want to be popular and profitable....
Tags: New York City, Uncategorized, Branding, Nana, Gina


Echoes: Matt Bomer Joins Netflix Limited Series Opposite Michelle Monaghan

Emmy nominee Matt Bomer (The Normal Heart, American Horror Story, Doom Patrol) is joining Michelle Monaghan (The Path, Messiah, Gone Baby Gone) in Netflix’s limited psychological thriller series Echoes, created and written by Vanessa Gazy (Eden) with Brian Yorkey (13 Reasons Why) serving as co-showrunner, according to Deadline. Michelle Monaghan and Matt Bomer will star in Echoes — a mystery thriller about identical twins who have secretly swapped lives since childhood, culminating in them livi...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Jack, Gina, Monaghan, Michelle Monaghan, Brian Yorkey, Matt Bomer, ComingSoon, Leni, Bomer, Echoes


Michelle Monaghan to Star as Twins in Netflix’s Psychological Thriller ‘Echoes’

Michelle Monaghan has been cast to play identical twins in Netflix’s upcoming limited series “Echoes,” a psychological thriller from executive producers and co-showrunners Brian Yorkey (“13 Reasons Why”) and Quinton Peeples (“Runaways”). Per the logline, “Echoes” is a mystery thriller about two identical twins, Leni and Gina, who share a dangerous secret: Since they were […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Gina, Michelle Monaghan, Brian Yorkey, Leni, Imogen Banks, Quinton Peeples, Star as Twins


Top generals reportedly feared Trump coup attempt

By Jamie Gangel, Jeremy Herb, Marshall Cohen and Elizabeth Stuart | CNN The top US military officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley, was so shaken that then-President Donald Trump and his allies might attempt a coup or take other dangerous or illegal measures after the November election that Milley and other top officials informally planned for different ways to stop Trump, according to excerpts of an upcoming book obtained by CNN. The book, from Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington ...
Tags: Texas, Congress, Washington Post, White House, Germany, Angela Merkel, Nazis, Defense, US, America, Sport, Cnn, Fbi, Soccer, Wyoming, Nato


Gina Chiles asks court to delay her reporting to prison to after Olympic Games

Gloria Chiles, mother of U.S. Olympic team gymnast Jordan Chiles, has asked a U.S. District Court to delay her beginning a 366-day prison sentence for wire fraud so she can provide “support and guidance” to her daughter through the Olympic Games, according to a court document obtained by the Southern California News Group. Chiles was scheduled to report to the Bureau of Prisons by 2 p.m. on July 27, just hours after Jordan Chiles is expected to compete for Team USA in the Olympic team final. SCN...
Tags: Amazon, Usa, Texas, News, Nbc, Australia, Washington, Oregon, Nigeria, Church, Sports, Sport, Paypal, Fbi, Soccer, Olympics


Comment on buttermilk ice cream by Gina

Perfect for 4th of July weekend with family and some fresh peaches diced and thrown in.
Tags: Food, Gina


Brian Yorkey’s Psychological Thriller Echoes Gets Series Order at Netflix

(Photo by Amanda Edwards/WireImage via Getty Images) Netflix has officially given a limited series order to 13 Reasons Why creator Brian Yorkey’s upcoming psychological thriller series titled Echoes, centered around identical twin sisters. In addition, Yorkey has also signed a multi-year overall deal with the streamer, and Echoes will be the first project under the new deal. Casting for the actress to take on the dual roles is currently underway. “I’m so excited to be embarking on Echoes with Q...
Tags: Drama, TV, Brian Yorkey, Echoes, Netflix, Streaming, TV News


Kick Doors Open (with Gina Yashere) – Episode 25 of Professional Troublemaker

This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with comedian, producer, author, and fellow Naija queen, Gina Yashere. She was the first and only British comic to perform on Def Comedy Jam and has three comedy specials on Netflix that she co-produced. She’s also a writer and series regular on the CBS sitcom Bob Hearts Abishola, which she co-created with Chuck Lorre. At the age of 19, Gina became the first woman engineer for OTIS, the largest elevator company in the world. She faced overt racis...
Tags: Podcast, Instagram, Netflix, Humor, Cbs, E, Otis, Gina, Chuck Lorre, Naija, Gina She, Gina Yashere, Bob Hearts Abishola, Professional Troublemaker, Bob Loves Abishola, Gina Yashere She


Comment on chocolate ice cream sandwiches by Gina

Gorgeous ice cream sandwich. How did you shoot this with melting the ice cream?
Tags: Food, Gina


Headsup: Action, Action, and More Action!

“[In Voyagers], with the future of the human race at stake, a group of young men and women, bred for intelligence and obedience, embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet. But when they uncover disturbing secrets about the mission, they defy their training and begin to explore their most primitive natures. As life on the ship descends into chaos, they’re consumed by fear, lust, and the insatiable hunger for power.” — from Lionsgate After a rocky path to theatrical release (originally ...
Tags: Amazon, Hong Kong, Television, Movies, Greece, Lionsgate, Pandora, New Orleans, Kenya, Cbs, Harrison Ford, Headsup, Blu-ray, Dvd, Dolby Vision, Indiana Jones


Unplugged Sleep Helper

Even when the day is done, a busy mind can keep plugging away. Allow this compact, screenless meditation device to ease the stress of the day for that rejuvenating rest you need. Start by turning the three keys to choose your settings. The first one selects from eight themes, like a body scan, nature sounds, or breathing. The second, from eight different variations on your chosen theme. And the third, the duration: either eight or 20 minutes. Then press Play, and a voice (a woman named Gina or a...
Tags: Shopping, France, Gina


Interview: Director Mark Raso Explains the Themes of Netflix’s Awake

Netflix’s sci-fi thriller Awake is now live on the streaming platform. The film is directed by Mark Raso and stars Gina Rodriguez, Ariana Greenblatt, Frances Fisher, and Shamier Anderson. Awake focuses on the global hysteria that occurs “a fter a mysterious catastrophe wipes out all electronics and takes away humanity’s ability to sleep. Scientists race against the clock to find a cure for the unexplained insomnia before its fatal effects eliminate the human race. When Jill (Gina Rodriguez), a ...
Tags: Video, Movies, Interview, Horror, Sci-fi, Netflix, Streaming, Jason, Gina Rodriguez, Shamir, Jill, Gina, Ariana, Movie News, Mark Raso, Ariana Greenblatt


Coronavirus Update 6-1-2021: EEOC says that employers legally can offer incentives to employees to get vaccinated in almost all instances

Employers have been anxiously waiting for the EEOC to publish its guidance for employers on incentives offered to employees in exchange for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Late last week, the EEOC finally released that guidance. The issue is whether the incentive renders the vaccine coerced and therefore non-voluntary, which would be unlawful under the ADA and GINA.What did the EEOC say: An employer may offer an incentive to employees to voluntarily provide documentation or other confirmatio...
Tags: Law, Cdc, Ada, EEOC, PTO, Gina, OSHA, Jon Hyman, Nhia Moua


BBC Radio 2 reveals UK’s favourite Eurovision song

ABBA’s Waterloo has been revealed as the UK public’s favourite Eurovision song following an online vote by Radio 2. Making Your Mind Up by Bucks Fizz came in second, Love Shine a Light by Katrina and the Waves came third, with Brotherhood of Man’s Save Your Kisses for Me in fourth, and Sandie Shaw with Puppet on a String coming fifth. Voters were asked to select between three and fifteen of their favourite Eurovision songs from the last 65 years with the results being compiled for a special s...
Tags: Music, UK, Israel, Bbc, Radio, United Kingdom, Abba, Waterloo, Rotterdam, BBC Radio, Sandie Shaw, Gina, Michael Ball, Ken Bruce, Station News, BBC Radio 2


Critics Are Panning This New Pizza Vending Machine in Rome

The idea of a pizza vending machine doesn’t sound half bad, but setting up one in Italy, where they practically invented pizza? Now that’s a recipe for disaster. Read more...
Tags: Science, Pizza, Rome, Italy, Food And Drink, Cuisine, Go, Italian Cuisine, Gina, Raffaele Esposito, Tony Gemignani, Mediterranean Cuisine, World Cuisine, Flatbreads, Italian American Cuisine, Hospitality Recreation


21 horror books to read with the lights on, from Stephen King classics to psychological thrillers

Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Insider Horror fiction scares its readers, using anything from psychological thrills to creepy imagery. The horror books in this list range from Stephen King classics to modern murder mysteries. Some of our favorites include "It," "Bird Box," "The Exorcist," "Dracula," "The Shining," and more. Great literature can introduce us to so many amazing things: Passionate romances, unforgettable plot twists, or fantastical beasts that feel vibrantly real within our imaginati...
Tags: Amazon, England, New York, New York City, Stephen King, Trends, Fbi, Manhattan, Holland, Victoria, Thomas Harris, William, Kingfisher, Jack, Rosemary, Jules


21 Tiny Stories For Those Who Have Lost Their Motivation

This morning I didn’t feel like doing anything. It’s a combination of exhaustion from a few days of hard work and preparation for a group coaching event we’re hosting for our Getting Back to Happy Course students, and a lack of sleep with a sick 7-year-old in the house. I couldn’t motivate myself to do anything important, which is a rare occurrence for me. I just felt completely drained. I started overthinking things and doubting myself, and wondering whether anything I do is worthwhile. I sat ...
Tags: Life, Happiness, Inspiration, Lifehacks, Gina, Marc, Happy Course


Julia Bradbury's sister's car hit by rock thrown from M1 bridge

Julia Bradbury's sister Gina was driving from London to Sheffield on Saturday when her car was struck.
Tags: London, News, Sheffield, Gina, Julia Bradbury


Das blutige Finale von Netflix’ Sky Rojo ist optimistischer, als du denkst

Achtung: Spoiler für die erste Staffel von Netflix’ Sky Rojo direkt voraus! Netflix’ neue Serie Sky Rojo fängt schon blutig an. Direkt in der ersten Episode geht es mit zwei (angeblichen) Toden los: dem von Romeo (Asier Etxeandia), Besitzer des Las Novias Club, und dem von Puffmutter Charlotte (Carmen Santamaría). Von da an sind die drei Protagonistinnen der Serie – Coral (Verónica Sánchez), Gina (Yany Prado) und Wendy (Lali Espósito) – gezwungen, vor immer heftigerer Gewalt zu fliehen....
Tags: Fashion, Music, Netflix, Wendys, Wendy, Bilder, Gina, Wie, Riverdale, Aber, Hilfe, Dann, Moises, Rojo, Wahl, Naja