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Producers Isaac Robert Hurwitz, Seth A. Goldstein Form Broadway Transmedia Company Hugo Six (EXCLUSIVE)

Producers Isaac Robert Hurwitz and Seth A. Goldstein are teaming up to launch Hugo Six, a transmedia production company that will focus on Broadway content and talent. Co-founded by Hurwitz and Goldstein, the company is dedicated to creating diverse and dynamic content for the stage and screen. Hugo Six has a musical television property and […]
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Shrinking: Jason Segel To Star In Apple TV Series From Ted Lasso Team

Bless the "Ted Lasso" gods: A 10-episode comedy series, "Shrinking," is coming from the beloved series' writers, Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein. Apple TV+ greenlit the series, which will star Jason Segel, on October 13.According to Deadline, "Shrinking" will follow "a grieving therapist," played by Segel, "who starts to break the rules and tell his clients exactly what he thinks. Ignoring his training and ethics, he finds himself making huge, tumultuous changes to people's lives ... including...
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Apple Orders Comedy Series From Ted Lasso Writers Starring Jason Segel

Apple has greenlit Shrinking, a brand new comedy series starring Jason Segel from the creators of Ted Lasso, according to a recent report from Deadline. RELATED: Dickinson Final Season Trailer Teases Apple TV+ Return The series will be a 10-episode comedy that’s written by Segel, Bill Lawrence, and Brett Goldstein, who portrays Roy Kent in Ted Lasso and also serves as a writer on that hit series as well. According to the report, the trio will all serve as writers and executive producers for the ...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, TV, Movies, TV News, Streaming, Warner Bros Television, Lawrence, Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Bill Lawrence, Goldstein, Jason Segel, Segel, ComingSoon, Shrinking


The Full List Of Winners Of The 2021 Emmy Awards

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Hannah Waddingham And Brett Goldstein Kick Off Ted Lasso Supremacy At The Emmys

Surprising absolutely no one, "Ted Lasso" just stole the first two awards of the night! The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards kicked off with Best Supporting Actor and Actress in a Comedy Series, which went to two of the show's brightest stars: Hannah Waddingham and Brett Goldstein. Hannah Waddingham Wins Best Supporting Actress Emotions run high in the world of "Ted Lasso" because, as the show has so clearly proven, sports can make you cry. Two of the performers holding down the fort for tearjerking...
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Ted Lasso Cast And Writers Just Earned A Well-Deserved Pay Raise

"Ted Lasso" spent the past two years capturing hearts (and occasionally breaking them), quickly becoming one of the most popular series on Apple TV+. So as audiences tearfully approach the season 2 finale, Lasso fans are probably wondering what comes next. Well good news, season 3 has been confirmed for over a year now — and even better, the creative team behind the show is getting a serious pay raise for all their hard work.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cast, writers and producers ju...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, News, Warner Bros, Jason Sudeikis, Cw, Jason, Richmond, Hunt, Keeley, Bill Lawrence, Warner Bros TV, Goldstein, Lasso, Sudeikis


Northridge man to be sentenced for $655,000 COVID relief fraud

LOS ANGELES — A San Fernando Valley man faces sentencing Tuesday morning for obtaining $655,000 in Paycheck Protection Program loans by submitting fake tax documents and false employee information. Steven R. Goldstein, 37, of Northridge, pleaded guilty in December 2020 to a single federal count of fraud in connection with major disaster or emergency benefits, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Goldstein admitted to fraudulently obtaining $655,000 in PPP loans. Goldstein’s business partner,...
Tags: Business, News, Los Angeles, Bank Of America, Sport, Soccer, Sentencing, Local News, PPP, Northridge, Santa Clarita, San Fernando Valley, Goldstein, Magana, Top Stories LADN, Coronavirus


Goldstein studying cultural variations in parental honesty

Thalia Goldstein, Associate Professor of Applied Developmental Psychology, is studying lies parents tell their children.
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Ted Lasso Actor And 'Normal Human Man' Brett Goldstein Denies He Is A CGI Creation

You probably know Brett Goldstein from his work on the critically acclaimed Apple TV+ comedy series "Ted Lasso," where he serves as a writer and plays the gruff but lovable Roy Kent. But since the internet is a super chill place and its users are all completely stable and reasonable people, Goldstein has been making headlines in recent days as the subject of a conspiracy theory.The theory goes that Goldstein is not actually a real person — instead, he's a CGI creation placed into the show by the...
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Ted Lasso Actor Brett Goldstein Bravely Breaks Silence: "I Am a Human Man"

Speaking out for the first time amid a maelstrom of speculation that he is a CGI character, Ted Lasso actor Brett Goldstein took to Instagram on Thursday to confirm that he is a “normal human man” who does “normal human basic things, like rendering and buffering and transferring data.”Read more...
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Parents are so desperate to get their young children vaccinated that they're pleading with pediatricians to administer the shot before the FDA says it's OK for kids under 12

EMS medics from the Houston Fire Department check the breathing of a girl, age 2, with COVID-19 before transporting her to a hospital on August 25, 2021 in Houston, Texas. John Moore/Getty Images More children are testing positive for COVID-19 across the country. Some parents are begging doctors to vaccinate their kids under 12, The Washington Post reported. The FDA has yet to complete clinical trials on vaccines for those younger than 12. See more stories on Insider's business page...
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4,700 coronavirus cases have been traced to an outdoor music festival in southwest England. Officials say the mental-health benefits outweighed the risk.

Festival-goers at Boardmasters Festival 2021 in Newquay, England. Hugh R Hastings/Getty Images 4,700 coronavirus cases have been tied to a five-day surf-and-music festival in Cornwall, England. Authorities said they'd been "expecting" the cases and had "no regrets" letting the festival go on. None of the cases were life-threatening, the local council said. See more stories on Insider's business page. A festival in southwest England has been tied to 4,700 new coronavirus cases, but...
Tags: England, Science, Trends, Bbc, Festival, News UK, Cornwall, Sky News, Google Maps, Gorillaz, Public Health England, Scilly, Newquay, Cornwall Council, Goldstein, Cornwall England


Schedule shakeup at talkSPORT as Andy Goldstein joins Drive

Andy Goldstein is taking over as the lead presenter of talkSPORT Drive joining Darren Gough and Darren Bent. Meanwhile Adrian Durham takes over as talkSPORT’s main live football presenter across both Premier League and EFL coverage, as the station extends its coverage of all English clubs. In other changes, Darren Gough will join Thursday Breakfast alongside Alan Brazil and Ally McCoist. He will also broadcast three talkSPORT Drive shows per week. Jamie O’Hara will step into The Sports Bar l...
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New Report Suggests a Different Chinese Government Cover-Up on Covid-19 Origins (slashdot)

"COVID-19 origin theorists could be right about a Chinese government cover-up," reports The Week, "but they might have their sights set in the wrong direction, an American virologist suggested to Bloomberg." When an international group of experts organized by the World Health Organization traveled to Wuhan, China, earlier this year to research the origins of the coronavirus that sparked the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, they visited the Baishazhou market, which is larger, but perhaps less well-kno...
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New Report Suggests a Different Chinese Government Cover-Up on Covid-19 Origins

"COVID-19 origin theorists could be right about a Chinese government cover-up," reports The Week, "but they might have their sights set in the wrong direction, an American virologist suggested to Bloomberg." When an international group of experts organized by the World Health Organization traveled to Wuhan, China, earlier this year to research the origins of the coronavirus that sparked the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, they visited the Baishazhou market, which is larger, but perhaps less well-kno...
Tags: China, Tech, Bloomberg, Beijing, World Health Organization, Chinese communist party, Wuhan, Foreign Ministry, University of Utah, Xiao, Goldstein, Wuhan China, Geng Shuang, Stephen Goldstein, COVID, Xiao Xiao


Only in America is filing taxes such a complicated mess. Here's how other countries do it better.

Many Americans can spend hundreds of dollars paying a professional to file their personal taxes. ljubaphoto/Getty Images Paul Constant is a writer at Civic Ventures and cohost of the "Pitchfork Economics" podcast with Nick Hanauer and David Goldstein. In the latest episode, they discussed why lobbyists want to keep the US tax process so complicated. In other countries, the government sends people an estimated tax filing rather than making them guess what they owe. See more stories on Insi...
Tags: Google, Europe, US, America, Trends, United States, Ted Cruz, Rick Perry, Intuit, Irs, Internal Revenue Service, Turbotax, Goldstein, Nick Hanauer, Paul Constant, Jessica Huseman


‘Ted Lasso’: The Writers’ Approach to Season 2, and Juno Temple on Keeley’s Journey [Interviews]

If the Ted Lasso writers were lazy, the Keeley Jones character would have been a one-dimensional woman with no agency, no aspirations, and no personality outside of the stereotypical ditzy blonde. But there is much more to her than initially meets the eye, thanks to Juno Temple‘s Emmy-nominated performance and some excellent scripts that make her a fully-realized human being. At least one of those episodes was written by Brett Goldstein, who could never be called lazy: he not only serves on the...
Tags: TV, Movies, Ted, Features, Roy, Jamie, Brett, Keeley, Goldstein, Jason -LSB- Sudeikis, Brett Goldstein, Ted Lasso, Roy Kent, Keeley Jones


Pillar VC closes $192M for two funds targeting SaaS, crypto, biotech, manufacturing

As its name suggests, venture firm Pillar VC is focused on building “pillar” companies in Boston and across the Northeast. The Boston-based seed-stage firm closed a raise of $192 million of capital that was split into two funds, $169 million for Pillar III and $23 million for Pillar Select. More than 25 investors are backing the new fund, including portfolio founders. Jamie Goldstein, Sarah Hodges and Russ Wilcox are Pillar VC’s three partners, and all three lead investments for Pillar. The trio...
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What to Sell on Shopify?

Creating a Shopify store is one thing and making it a success is another. To grow your store fast, you have to start selling products that have a high purchase rate and healthy profit margin. So now comes the million-dollar question: what to sell on Shopify? We have conducted thorough research to prepare this complete guide on products to sell online. In this guide, you will explore profitable niches and top-selling items in those niches. Whether you’re to search for trending existing products ...
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Florida Panthers play-by-play broadcaster Steve Goldstein will call Miami Dolphins exhibition games

Goldstein, a Weston resident, began his time in South Florida with then-WQAM (560-AM) in 1994.
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The trucking industry is doubling down on booting marijuana smokers, and it's getting a little ridiculous

This is marijuana. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider A new federal law is making it impossible for truck drivers to responsibly enjoy marijuana. It's a misguided attempt on the industry's part to promote safety. Promoting better training would be wiser. See more stories on Insider's business page. The trucking industry has been yelling about a driver shortage for decades. Since 2011, executives have listed the supposed shortage of truck drivers as a top 10 concern .When it come...
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Report: Some Champlin Towers condo board members quit in 2019

By Theresa Waldrop and Joe Sutton | CNN Five members of the Champlain Towers South condo association’s seven-member board — including its president, Anette Goldstein — decided to resign in the fall of 2019, when the association was debating multimillion-dollar repairs, the Washington Post reported, citing board meeting minutes and Goldstein’s resignation letter. The majority of the Champlain Towers South board decided to quit following disputes over the lackluster response in tackling the repair...
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Some Champlain Towers condo board members quit in 2019 over sluggish building repairs, Washington Post reports

Five members of the Champlain Towers South condo association's seven-member board -- including its president, Anette Goldstein -- decided to resign in the fall of 2019, when the association was debating multimillion-dollar repairs, the Washington Post reported, citing board meeting minutes and Goldstein's resignation letter.
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Some Champlain Towers condo board members quit in 2019 over sluggish building repairs, outlets report

Five members of the Champlain Towers South condo association's seven-member board -- including its president, Anette Goldstein -- decided to resign in the fall of 2019, when the association was debating multimillion-dollar repairs, the Washington Post reported, citing board meeting minutes and Goldstein's resignation letter.
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Most of the collapsed Florida condo board members resigned in 2019 amid disputes about the cost of repairs that never went ahead

Members of the South Florida Urban Search and Rescue team look for possible survivors in the partially collapsed 12-story Champlain Towers South condo building on June 26, 2021 in Surfside, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images The president of the collapsed Florida condo's association resigned in 2019, the Post reported. She cited a slow response to suggested repairs. Other members resigned for unknown reasons. The building collapsed last week, with at least 18 dead and dozens more missing...
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US leaders say China and Russia's military ties are 'phony,' but there still isn't much they can do about them

Chinese President Xi Jinping with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a summit in China's Fujian Province, September 4, 2017. REUTERS/Wu Hong/Pool Russia and China's growing ties and military cooperation have worried Western leaders. Those ties may not be as deep and durable as they appear, but they won't be easy to undermine either. See more stories on Insider's business page. The NATO summit last week focused on the challenges posed by Russia and China but made scant ment...
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'In the Heights' underwhelmed at the box office, but new data suggests it's not HBO Max's fault

"In the Heights." Macall Polay/Warner Bros. "In the Heights" underwhelmed at the domestic box office over the weekend with $11 million. But data suggests it also underperformed on HBO Max compared to other Warner Bros. movies this year. That means a low theatrical turnout isn't necessarily streaming's fault, in this case. See more stories on Insider's business page. "In the Heights," the new movie based on the musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, underwhelmed at the US box office ove...
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Archer Aviation reveals 2-seater demonstration aircraft, a “stepping stone” toward commercial operations

Archer Aviation unveiled its autonomous electric two-seater aircraft dubbed “Maker” on Thursday, which it will use for testing as it works towards certification of a larger piloted five-seater announced in March 2020. The aircraft unveiled on Thursday is not what would take to the skies should the company reach commercial operation in 2024. However, Archer’s Head of Certification Eric Wright told TechCrunch that starting with an autonomous vehicle allows the company to move throug...
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Mueller and his top deputies will teach a law school class about their investigation into Trump and Russia

Former Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller arrives to testify before Congress on July 24, 2019, in Washington, DC. AFP/Saul Loeb via Getty Images Mueller and his deputies will teach a University of Virginia law course about the Russia probe. The course will be taught by three senior members of Mueller's team, UVA said. Mueller will also participate in the class, which will be taught in the fall and consist of six sessions. See more stories on Insider's business page. The former speci...
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5 employee retention strategies to keep working mothers - and all caretakers - from feeling burned out

The flexibility to work from home is one great way to keep mothers and caretakers on staff long-term. Getty Images The pandemic has upended how we work, and employers have found creative ways to retain hard workers. Parents and other caregivers need more flexibility to manage their jobs and their families at the same time. Employers can help by looking at their employees' lives holistically and making adjustments. See more stories on Insider's business page. During the depths of th...
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