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Ezra Miller Teams Up With Grant Morrison To Pen ‘The Flash’ Script in Creative Clash With Directors

The Flash‘s long and troubled race to the big screen could be cut short. Warner Bros. finds itself at an impasse between star and directors as Ezra Miller, who stole the scenes as the Scarlet Speedster in Batman v. Superman and Justice League, is teaming up with DC Comics guru Grant Morrison to pen his own The Flash script, in direct competition with directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. And with Miller’s holding deal on The Flash soon to reportedly expire, this might be the last...
Tags: Movies, Superman, Dc Comics, Justice League, Batman, Warner Bros, Entertainment Weekly, Warner Brothers, Miller, Morrison, Ezra Miller, Mary, Grant-Morrison, Goldstein, Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis Daley


The Minimalist Guide To Chic — & Easy — Nail Art

Chalk it up to Instagram, or the jewelry designers creating the prettiest stackable gold signet rings that just beg to be paired with a perfect mani, but nail art is on the up and up. While the biggest breakout manicure trends ebb and flow with the seasons, there are a few designs that always look chic — and even better, they don't require a trip to the salon or a $50 hit to your credit card.As proof, we've rounded up the best of the best in terms of simple, straightforward nail art, for a step...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Ariana Grande, Kendall Jenner, Rose, Essie, Don, Goldstein, Tenoverten, Sarah Gibson Tuttle, Julie Kandalec, Betina Goldstein, Nadine Abramcyk, Kandalec, NailsTrendy


Books of The Times: An Operatic Italian Classic Gets a Fresh Translation

Elsa Morante’s “Arturo’s Island,” about a boy’s coming-of-age in the years before World War II, has been newly translated by Ann Goldstein, who brought Elena Ferrante’s novels into English.
Tags: Elsa, News, Elena Ferrante, Goldstein, Books and Literature, Elsa Morante, Ann Goldstein, Translation and Interpreters, Morante, Ann (1949-, Arturo's Island (Book


Theater review: At A Noise Within, ‘The Glass Menagerie’ is shattering

If you had a perfectly happy childhood with ideal parents, good for you. Tennessee Williams did not, and this led to some of literature’s most-affecting, most-enduring plays. Many in his audiences didn’t, either, and that’s why we keep coming back to his classics, particularly “The Glass Menagerie.” Indeed, its title refers to a collection of tiny toy animals on display but perhaps also to the glassiest of menageries: our families. Kasey Mahaffy and Erika Soto appear in “The Glass Menagerie....
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Pasadena, Southern California, Rose, Elliott, Tom, Laura, Amanda, Jim, Strang, Tennessee Williams, Soto, Wingfield


Best Cities to Start a Restaurant, The Stress of Controlling Cash Flow, Speedy Websites, The Truth about Healthcare and Other Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know

18 Things Small Business Owners Need to Know By Rieva Lesonsky 1—Influencer Marketing Everyone is buzzing about influencer marketing these days. Will it work for your small business? Check out the infographic below from Milkwhale to find out.   2—Controlling Cash Flow Can Cause Personal Strain for Entrepreneurs New data released by Kabbage, Inc., shows the impact of cash flow on the workload, personal life and take-home pay of small business owners. The survey reveals the majority of sma...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Business, New York, Instagram, California, Kentucky, America, UPS, United States, Healthcare, Medicare, Nashville, Airbnb, Kansas City, District Of Columbia


This Breakout Nail-Art Trend Was Made For Minimalists

If you use the words "simple" and "low-key" to describe your taste in nail art, you probably already follow Betina Goldstein on Instagram. The editorial manicurist turned jewelry designer churns out tastefully minimalist nail art on the daily, and we're predicting her breakout signature style — cuticle striping — is going to be everywhere this spring.As the name implies, the manicure features a glossy, but completely bare base nail, with a skinny colorful stripe hugging the curve of the cuticle...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Nails Inc, Essie, Don, Nguyen, Goldstein, OPI, JINsoon, Betina Goldstein


It’s Mueller’s Investigation. But Right Behind Him Is Andrew Goldstein.

The special counsel has a reputation as the all-knowing investigator, but Andrew D. Goldstein, a former Time magazine reporter, has a day-to-day role in one of the central lines of investigation.
Tags: News, Time Magazine, Bill, Nj, Justice Department, De Blasio, Trump, Mueller, Goldstein, Andrew Goldstein, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Corruption (Institutional, Special Prosecutors (Independent Counsel, Robert S III, Pingry School (Basking Ridge


An Introduction to the Neuroscience Behind Creating Your Reality

Have you ever wondered why two people can share the exact same situation, yet experience it differently? Neural pathways are often described as a type of super-highway of nerve cells, the function of which is to transmit messages. Much like a walking track in the bush, the more you walk over it, the more trodden and clear it becomes. The same thing happens when we engage in behaviors such as thinking certain thoughts with a high degree of regularity. You see the brain consumes between 2...
Tags: Psychology, Habits, US, Neuroscience, Reality, Brain And Behavior, Anxiety And Panic, Neuroplasticity, Ras, Goldstein, Conscious Mind, Human Perception, Linda Schreiber Ganster Liou, Thomson Brooks Cole Publishing Co


Nonfiction: A Sensible Climate Change Solution, Borrowed From Sweden

In “A Bright Future,” Joshua S. Goldstein and Staffan A. Qvist look to Europe for examples of how nuclear energy can help solve the global warming crisis.
Tags: Europe, News, Sweden, Global Warming, Goldstein, Nuclear Energy, Books and Literature, Alternative and Renewable Energy, Joshua S Goldstein, Staffan A Qvist, Joshua S, Qvist, Staffan A


Peter Jackson’s They Shall Not Grow Old Expanding to 500 Theaters

Peter Jackson’s They Shall Not Grow Old expanding to 500 theaters Peter Jackson’s popular World War I documentary They Shall Not Grow Old is getting an expanded release. The film will expand to 500 theaters across 150 markets throughout the U.S. and Canada on Friday, February 1 following special pre-shows on Thursday night. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlo...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Bbc, Canada, World War I, New Zealand, Jackson, Peter Jackson, Peter, Goldstein, House Productions, Imperial War Museums, They Shall Not Grow Old, Clare Olssen, Jabez Olssen, Wide Release


SCOTUS Declines To Rule On Matthew Whitaker’s Appointment As Acting Attorney General

CNBC: In an unusual maneuver, Goldstein also used the case to raise the question of whether Trump’s acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, was constitutionally appointed. Trump appointed Whitaker in November after forcing out Jeff Sessions. Critics immediately pounced on the appointment, arguing that it was unlawful because Whitaker had not been confirmed by the Senate to the post he held at the time of his elevation to acting attorney general. Goldstein made his client’s gun rights case int...
Tags: Supreme Court, Senate, Court, Military, Gun Control, Cnbc, Trump, Whitaker, AG, Matthew Whitaker, Goldstein, Rod Rosenstein, Barry Michaels


PE-backed Infogroup taps Goldstein as CFO

Nebraska-based Infogroup, a provider of data and multichannel marketing solutions, has named Andy Goldstein as chief financial officer. Previously, he worked at Purch where he was CFO. Infogroup is backed by Court Square Capital Partners. PRESS RELEASE OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Infogroup, a leading provider of data and multichannel marketing solutions, announced today that Andy Goldstein has been named chief financial officer, effective January 2019. Goldstein is a seasoned execut...
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FPC Challenges Trump Admin. Bump-Stock Ban in Federal Lawsuit

Slidefire Solutions Bump Fire Stock on an Anderson Rifles AR15 Lower WASHINGTON, D.C. –-(Ammoland.com)- Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced today that attorneys Thomas C. Goldstein and Daniel Woofter of Goldstein & Russell, P.C., have filed a new federal lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s “bump-stock” ban, and Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker directly. A copy of the court filings can be viewed at www.whitakercase.com. Goldstein, widely known as one of the nation’s for...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Washington, Court, United States, Gun Control, Gun Rights, Trump, Harvard Law School, Tom, APA, Whitaker, ATF, Jeff Sessions, FPC, Matthew Whitaker


A Pro's Guide To Finding Your Signature Nail Shape

Legit question: Would Cardi B be Cardi B without her ultra-long, ultra-bedazzled stiletto nails? Or, how would Kylie Jenner's vibe shift if extended, square-tipped manicures weren't a part of her beauty equation? Take away this key component of Cardi or Kylie's swag and you've taken away a crucial part of the persona.Perhaps more than a polish color or nail art choice, nail shape says a lot about who we are — or at least, how we roll. Cropped squoval is a classic — as in royal family classic — ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Japan, Instagram, Kylie Jenner, Laverne Cox, Bernstein, Kylie, Cardi, Goldstein, Sarah Gibson Tuttle, Betina Goldstein


How to Negotiate a Service Level Agreement for Your IT Business

An SLA, or service level agreement, is an essential part of entering into any new service contract, especially for IT businesses. Whenever you gain a new client or vendor, this agreement is there to make sure all parties involved know exactly what to expect out of the relationship and what will happen if those expectations are not met. Negotiating this agreement is an important is vital for keeping terms as favorable as possible for your small IT business, while also protecting your other stake...
Tags: Sales, Startup, Sla, Don, NOC, Goldstein, Dan Goldstein, Outsourced Help Desk, Standard SLA, NOC SOC


Choosing the Right Software Vendor for Your IT Business

Choosing a software vendor can be one of the most important decisions you make in your IT business. Whether you’re choosing a small support software or a company that’s going to be the backbone of your business, it’s important to put a lot of care into the selection process. Finding the Right Software Vendor There are many important steps and considerations you should make to ensure that you make the best possible decision for your IT business. Here are some of the most essential tips to keep...
Tags: Sales, Startup, NOC, Goldstein, Dan Goldstein, Outsourced Help Desk


Choosing the Right Hardware Vendor for Your IT Business

If you’re going to start an IT business that deals with hardware, finding a reliable hardware vendor is a must. There are plenty of options out there, from tech giants to smaller firms. So how do you find the one that works best for your business? How to Choose a Hardware Vendor Here are some tips to keep in mind. Learn All About the Product Hardware can be a major investment for any business. So you want to make sure that the technology is going to hold up and continue to support your busi...
Tags: Sales, Startup, Don, NOC, Goldstein, Dan Goldstein, Outsourced Help Desk, Research the Company


10 Pro-Approved Red Nail Polishes That Look Good On Everyone

It might come as a shock to some people that the first nail polish to ever hit the mass market wasn't a bright shade of cherry-red — it was pink. It wasn't until the early 30s, when deep red lacquers popped up on the fingers of European socialites, that Revlon responded to the trend with a collection of crimson polishes. By the 40s, when leading ladies could show off their manicures in technicolor, red nail polish had cemented itself as an iconic part of American culture.But it's been a long ti...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Disney, Barneys New York, Chanel, Scorpio, Essie, Edwards, Revlon, Oribe, Goldstein, Rita Hayworth, OPI, Tuttle, NCLA


The Best Art Books of 2018

The Times’s art critics select some of their favorite art books and books related to art of the year.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Architecture, Bill, Prince, Times, Richard, Irving, Gabriel, Rachel, Lawson, Bruce, Denise, Kathy, Christopher


How to Transition from IT Employee to Small Business Contractor

Running a freelance IT business is completely different than working as an IT professional for another company. Of course, they both require similar professional skills. But working as a contractor requires you to cover additional business tasks. Tips on Becoming an IT Contractor If you’ve been working as an IT employee and are thinking about making the leap to IT contractor, here are some important tips to consider. Change Your Mindset When you’re an IT employee, you are only responsible f...
Tags: Sales, NOC, Goldstein, Technology Trends, Dan Goldstein, Outsourced Help Desk


What Happens When 25,000 Amazon Workers Flush Toilets?

Amazon’s offices in Queens will be built over an aging sewage system. The city says the pipes can handle the wastewater, but residents are worried.
Tags: Amazon, News, Queens, Ny, Jimmy, Natural Resources Defense Council, Goldstein, Riverkeeper, Long Island City (Queens, Van Bramer, Sewers and Sewage, Department of Environmental Protection (NYC, Eric A


9 Pro-Approved Red Nail Polishes That Look Good On Everyone

It might come as a shock to some people that the first nail polish to ever hit the mass market wasn't a bright shade of cherry-red — it was pink. It wasn't until the early 30s, when deep red lacquers popped up on the fingers of European socialites, that Revlon responded to the trend with a collection of crimson polishes. By the 40s, when leading ladies could show off their manicures in technicolor, red nail polish had cemented itself as an iconic part of American culture.But it's been a long ti...
Tags: Nordstrom, Fashion, Music, Disney, Barneys New York, Chanel, Essie, Edwards, Revlon, Oribe, Goldstein, Rita Hayworth, OPI, Tuttle, NCLA, Chanel Rouge


Grace Notes: Einstein’s ‘God Letter,’ a Viral Missive From 1954

A letter in which Einstein called the word God “the expression of and product of human weakness” is expected to fetch $1 million at auction.
Tags: News, Auctions, Christie's, Letters, Einstein, Walter, Albert, Isaacson, Goldstein, Jews and Judaism, Rebecca Newberger


Ex-fraternity president to stand trial for 2nd alleged rape

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The ex-president of a suspended Temple University fraternity has been ordered to stand trial for a second alleged sexual assault. A judge ordered 21-year-old Ari Goldstein to stand trial Thursday on charges of rape, sexual assault, unlawful restraint and involuntary deviate sexual intercourse. A charge of false imprisonment was dismissed. Goldstein’s attorney […]
Tags: News, Ap, Philadelphia, Temple University, Goldstein, Nation & World, Ari Goldstein


Argument analysis: Justices search for clear path to assessing responsibility for asbestos-dependent equipment on ships at sea

Wednesday morning the justices got a rare opportunity to ponder basic principles of tort law, as they closed the October session with the argument in Air and Liquid Systems v. DeVries. The case involves equipment sold by various manufacturers (including petitioner Air and Liquid Systems) that was installed many years ago on Navy ships. The equipment depended on asbestos insulation, which was installed shortly after the equipment reached the ships, to regulate its temperature. There also were asb...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Navy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Grant, Judy, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, Roberts, Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Elena Kagan, Kagan, Goldstein Russell, Goldstein


Amherst Partners taps Goldstein as MD for restructuring advisory practice

Amherst Partners has named Bruce Goldstein as a managing director in its restructuring advisory practice. Previously, he was a managing director at MorrisAnderson & Associates. Goldstein will be based in the Chicago area. PRESS RELEASE Birmingham, Michigan (October 10, 2018) – Amherst Partners is pleased to announce that Bruce Goldstein has joined the firm as a Managing Director in the Restructuring Advisory practice. He will be based in the Chicago area. Mr. Goldstein brings more than 35 years ...
Tags: US, Trends, CRO, People, Chicago, Pwc, University Of Chicago, Assembly, Bruce, Amherst, FINRA, Indiana University Kelley School of Business, Securities, Goldstein, Booth School of Business, SIPC


Woman testifies deputy groped her after crash

VISTA, Calif. (KGTV/CNS) - Testimony continued Tuesday in a preliminary hearing for a San Diego County sheriff's deputy charged with groping and sexually assaulting 16 women while on patrol. Richard Timothy Fischer, 32, first surrendered to authorities in February after allegations surfaced months earlier that he had allegedly groped or fondled 13 women. He was charged with sexual battery, assault and battery by an officer, and false imprisonment. In August, prosecutors added five new charge...
Tags: News, Vista, San Diego County, Fischer, Escondido, Goldstein, Daniel Goldstein, VISTA Calif, Annette Irving, Richard Timothy Fischer


Sydney Goldstein, Founder Of San Francisco’s City Arts & Lectures, Dies At 73

City Arts & Lectures began in 1980, and Goldstein ran it for 37 years, before turning it over to her daughter and Holly Mulder-Wollan in July 2017. The series at Nourse Theater offers more than 50 programs a year before a live audience of up to 100,000 annually.
Tags: Art, San Francisco, People, Goldstein, Nourse Theater, 09.25.18, Sydney Goldstein, City Arts amp, Holly Mulder Wollan


A Course in Mindful Living: The Mindful Living Launchpad

Have you heard of mindfulness but aren’t sure how to put it into practice in your own life? Or maybe you’ve tried some mindfulness techniques and they didn’t really stick? People are more distracted than other, and instead of technology helping us, it actually appears to be a part of the problem in most people’s lives. We’ve got some mindfulness educational offerings to let you know about to help. How would you like to have a deeper understanding of the fundamental strengths that a person nee...
Tags: Psychology, Mindfulness, Self-help, Masterclass, West Los Angeles, Goldstein, Elisha, Elisha Goldstein, Course In Mindful Living, Mindful Living, Mindful Living Launchpad, Center for Mindful Living, Stefanie Goldstein, PST Signup, Mindful Living Launchpad This


Hurricane Florence: 755,000-Plus Homes Could Be Impacted by Storm Surge, Projections Show

Hurricane Florence is imminently making landfall, with the Category 4 storm (at press time) on track to batter the Carolinas and parts of Virginia, causing catastrophic damage in the region. According to CoreLogic preliminary projections, an estimated 758,657 homes could be devastated by the hurricane’s storm surge, and reconstruction could total up to $170.2 billion. Credit: CoreLogic For agents and brokers in the path of the storm, preparations have been underway since the weekend. “As soon ...
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