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New Law Makes Getting License Easier For Barbers And Hairstylists In California

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Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Hall, Barber, Powell, Deidra Powell, Hall Hall, Hairstylist, Sacramento News, Natomas Unified School District, CBSN Sacramento Feed, Dominick Hall


Anthony Michael Hall Is Game To Return As Tommy Doyle In Halloween Ends [Exclusive]

Despite its big box office success, "Halloween Kills" seems to be a bit polarizing with fans. Still, if there's one thing I think we can all agree on it's that Anthony Michael Hall does a good job taking over the role of Tommy Doyle. Tommy was a kid being babysat by Laurie Strode in the first "Halloween," where the character was played by young actor Brian Andrews. Tommy returned to the series with "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers," where Paul Rudd (in his acting debut) played the characte...
Tags: Movies, News, David, Hall, Michael, Danny, Tommy, Haddonfield, Paul Rudd, Michael Myers, Anthony Michael Hall, Laurie Strode, Tommy Doyle, Jamie Lee Curtis Laurie, Tommy Doyle Tommy, Brian Andrews Tommy


Non-Horror Fan Anthony Michael Hall Shares What Drew Him To Halloween Kills [Interview]

Anthony Michael Hall has had one heck of a career, and is one of those child stars that managed to navigate the tumultuous business that is Hollywood, coming out on the other side, still working to this day. The star, known for his work with John Hughes in "The Breakfast Club" among many other things, is getting a chance to chew the scenery in a big way in "Halloween Kills," which recently hit theaters as well as Peacock. And it managed to do gangbusters business at the box office on its opening...
Tags: Europe, Hbo, Hollywood, London, Movies, News, Youtube, Mexico, New York City, Chicago, David, Bill Murray, Dallas, Christian Bale, Batman, Gary Oldman


Breakfast Club Star Anthony Michael Hall Says The Brat Pack Never Existed

The Breakfast Club star Anthony Michael Hall says the so-called teenage friendship group, The Brat Pack, never existed. Currently celebrating his debut as Tommy Doyle in the slasher sequel Halloween Kills, some of Hall's most iconic roles hail back to his adolescence. The now 53-year-old actor formerly starred in the likes of National Lampoon's Vacation, Sixteen Candles, and Johnny Be Good.Though he has since broken free of his more satirical roles, Hall is undoubtedly best known for his portra...
Tags: Hollywood, Entertainment, Tech, Rob Lowe, New York Magazine, Hall, Mccarthy, Andrew Mccarthy, Johnny, Breakfast Club, Brian Johnson, National Lampoon, Judd, St Elmo, Emilio Estevez, Emilio


The Daily Stream: Kids In The Hall Taught Me It's OK To Be Uncomfortable

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Series: "The Kids in the Hall"Where You Can Stream It: Amazon Prime and YouTubeThe Pitch: "The Kids in the Hall" is a Canadian sketch comedy TV series that's like if "Monty Python's Flying Circus" came from the Great White North and was very, very gay. The comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall consists of comedians Dave Foley, Scott...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, United States, Monty Python, Cbs, Hall, Thompson, Cbc, Lorne Michaels, Foley, Scott Thompson, Bruce McCulloch, Cabbage Head the Chicken Lady


The 14 Greatest '80s Romantic Comedies Ranked

Rom-coms have been popular since the '30s and '40s, when classics like "It Happened One Night," "His Girl Friday," "The Philadelphia Story," "Bringing Up Baby," and "Some Like It Hot" courted moviegoers. It wasn't uncommon for these uproarious films to receive rave reviews from both critics and viewers, and they continued to permeate as Hollywood moved into the '50s and beyond.'80s rom-coms continued this beloved tradition, infusing classical filmmaking techniques with the innovations of blockbu...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, New York City, Los Angeles, Julia Roberts, Tom Hanks, Carrie Fisher, United States, Ford, Beverly Hills, Harry, Philadelphia, Charles, Mike Nichols, Nora Ephron


New Blu-Ray Releases Worth Checking Out: The Green Knight, The Night House, Free Guy, Universal Classic Monsters Icons Of Horror Collection, And Columbia Classics Volume 2

It's time again for another round-up of the latest Blu-ray releases. And yes, sure, these movies are on VOD, too! But I will continue to bang the drum of physical media until that drum caves in, which will probably be sooner rather than later. Until that time, though, let's all gather around the warming glow of our screens and read about the wonderful world of new Blu-rays. This latest round-up is pretty big, featuring two different box sets along with several other titles. Some you can skip, so...
Tags: New York, Movies, New York City, Bill Murray, Ryan Reynolds, Smith, Dolby Vision, Dev Patel, David Fincher, Hall, Social Network, Columbia, Oliver, Martin Scorsese, David Lowery, Blu


Vamp or Not? Bingo Hell

This 2021 release was directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero for the Welcome to Blumhouse movie run that the production company were doing in association with Amazon. I watched it as the trailer looked fun, not expecting to do a ‘Vamp or Not?’ – and that aspect is a bit blink and miss at that. The film is set in Oak Springs a rundown neighbourhood where businesses are selling up and people moving out. The hipsters are moving in and it is, of course, a cautionary tale about gentrification on one level –...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Mario, Hall, Rob Zombie, Dolores, Lupita, Dracula, Harker, Scott Caldwell, Amazon UK, Yolanda, Blumhouse, Soul Eater, Vampiric Entity, Richard Brake


Manny Pacquiao announces retirement from boxing

By KIKO ROSARIO Associated Press MANILA, Philippines — Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao is officially hanging up his gloves. The eight-division world champion and Philippines senator on Wednesday announced his retirement from the ring, three months shy of his 43rd birthday “I would like to thank the whole world, especially the Filipino people for supporting Manny Pacquiao. Goodbye boxing,” he said in a 14-minute video posted on his Facebook page. “It is difficult for me to accept that my time as a b...
Tags: Hollywood, Sports, Sport, Soccer, United States, Philippines, Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather, Hall of Fame, Hall, Juan Manuel Márquez, Manila, Pacquiao, Manila Philippines, Freddie Roach, Marquez


House of the Dragon Adds Seven to Cast Including Graham McTavish

As production continues on House of the Dragon, HBO continues to expand its already massive ensemble with the addition of seven new cast members. The additions include Outlander star Graham McTavish, who back in May was rumored to have been secretly cast in the project. In addition to McTavish, the premium network has announced that Ryan Corr (Mary Magdalene), Jefferson Hall (Vikings), David Horovitch (Miss Marple), Matthew Needham (Chernobyl), Bill Patterson (Fleabag, Good Omens), and Gavin Spo...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, UK, TV, Movies, Drama, TV News, Game Of Thrones, Hall, George R R Martin, Casterly Rock, ComingSoon, Ryan Corr, Matthew Needham, Miguel Sapochnik, McTavish


Passing Trailer: Tessa Thompson And Ruth Negga Star In Rebecca Hall's Acclaimed Directorial Debut

Rebecca Hall makes her feature directorial debut with "Passing," a slow-burn drama about two very different women living in the 1920s. Both women are Black, but one of them, played by Ruth Negga, "passes" as white in public, while the other woman, played by Tessa Thompson, doesn't. At least not all the time. These two women are childhood friends who reconnect by chance, setting off a chain of events that will change both of them forever. "Passing" played at the virtual Sundance Film Festival ear...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Netflix, Trailers, Hall, Tessa Thompson, Rebecca Hall, Irene, Clare, Harlem Renaissance, Alexander Skarsgard, Andre Holland, Ruth Negga, Nella Larsen, Clare Kendry


Allen Iverson is a finalist for the Basketball Hall of Fame

NBA NCAA Basketball Basketball First-time nominees Shaquille O’Neal, Allen Iverson and Yao Ming head the list of finalists for induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Friday.The announcement, made during NBA All-Star Weekend festiviti...
Tags: Travel, China, Toronto, Shanghai, Nba, Ncaa, Rockets, Houston, Kevin Johnson, Hall of Fame, Hall, Shaq, Mvp, Springfield, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Allen Iverson


Vermont Is Remaking its Power Grid to Fight Climate Change

This Vermont Utility Is Revolutionizing Its Power Grid to Fight Climate Change. Will the Rest of the Country Follow Suit? The rural town of Panton, Vt., is home to GMP’s newest effort to remake the electric system: a “microgrid” attached to a solar power plant, which can distribute its electricity to parts of the nearby community in case they get cut off from the main energy network due to falling trees or heavy snows, common occurrences in this isolated New England town. Hilary Swift for TIME...
Tags: Travel, New York, Texas, Australia, Karen, Idaho, Ford, New Jersey, Colchester, North Carolina, Vermont, Pacific Northwest, Hall, Duke Energy, New England, Woodstock


22 all-star books about California baseball including the Dodgers, Angels, Padres and more

Given California’s impressive Major League Baseball legacy, it’s kind of mind-blowing to realize that, until just 63 years ago, a “western road trip” in MLB parlance meant a team making a stop in St. Louis by way of Chicago or Milwaukee.  Of course, the Dodgers and Giants transformed MLB geography forever by moving west from New York following the end of the 1957 season, their successful relocations to Los Angeles and San Francisco paving the way for MLB franchises in Anaheim, Oakland and San...
Tags: Books, Japan, New York, Hollywood, California, La, Angels, Sports, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Getty Images, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer


Near the Pinnacle of Peak Bagging: Whiley Hall Trains for Ultras by Summiting Hundreds of Peaks

The post Near the Pinnacle of Peak Bagging: Whiley Hall Trains for Ultras by Summiting Hundreds of Peaks appeared first on iRunFar. When Whiley Hall reaches the summit of the 13,500-foot Telluride Peak in August, during a casual training run with me tagging along, she pauses to identify the San Juan Mountains encircling us as if she’s introducing old friends. “That’s Kismet, Cirque, Teakettle, and Coffeepot,” she says, pointing northward to the peaks next to the better-known, 14,150-foot-high Sn...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, United States, Running, Michigan, Boulder, Whitney, Reds, Hare, Hall, Greg Slayden, Steamboat Springs, Telluride, San Juan Mountains, Tom, Carrie


Paul Pierce leads class of 16 into Basketball Hall of Fame

By JIMMY GOLEN AP Sports Writer If it didn’t really sink in when he slipped to the 10th pick in the 1998 NBA draft, Paul Pierce got the message when he went home to Los Angeles to play in the All-Star Game and got booed by his hometown fans. “That’s just the story of my career: Being the underdog, not really being liked. I guess somebody has to be the villain,” Pierce said Friday, a day before he is to be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. “I’m comfortable with that.” A...
Tags: Minnesota, Oregon, Boston, Sports, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Michael Jordan, Portland, Nba, Ncaa, Michigan, Chris Webber, Jackson, North Carolina


Is A Big Hero 6 Sequel Ever Going To Happen? Here's What We Know

(Welcome to Will There Be a Sequel?, a series where we answer that question and explore what comes next.)Back in 2014, the Marvel Comics superhero team "Big Hero 6" arrived on the big screen with a family friendly twist from Walt Disney Animation Studios. The film followed a young robotics prodigy named Hiro (Ryan Potter) in the fictional city of San Fransokyo. After his older brother Tadashi tragically dies, Hiro is left with Tadashi's passion project, an inflatable robot named Baymax (Scott Ad...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Williams, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Hall, Baymax, Disney Channel, Disney Television Animation, T J Miller, Collider, Chris Williams, Don Hall, Hiro, Hiro Ryan Potter, SlashFilm, San Fransokyo


All 8 Paul Thomas Anderson Feature Films Ranked Worst To Best

Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the most significant filmmakers of his generation, a director whose name alone is enough to generate anticipation for one of his films. Anderson's movies are characterized by methodical pacing, alienated characters, and striking imagery, and yet he's never been bound to just one genre, tone, or location. His films range from uproariously funny to crushingly emotional. Often, they manage to be both at the same time.Anderson's newest film, "Soggy Bottom," is a '70s c...
Tags: Movies, Julianne Moore, Sydney, Watson, Paul Thomas Anderson, Josh Brolin, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, John, Las Vegas, Amy Adams, Tom Cruise, Barry, Boogie Nights, Joaquin Phoenix, Samuel L Jackson, Hall


Changing Race Swag with Trees Not Tees

The post Changing Race Swag with Trees Not Tees appeared first on iRunFar. What would it be like if you had the option of getting a tree planted in your name instead of a receiving race swag bag filled with a t-shirt you don’t want and other single-use products when you sign up for a race? And what if the global running community adopted this more environmentally friendly approach to the sport? Turns out, this idea is already set in motion by Trees Not Tees (TNT), a business founded by ultrarunn...
Tags: Wales, California, Scotland, Sport, United States, United Kingdom, Running, University of Bristol, TNT, Sam, Sapp, Hall, Finn, Liz, Durham University, Jim


Yankees’ Derek Jeter, Baseball Hall of Fame’s 2020 class finally enshrined

Baseball Hall of Fame inductees, from left, Derek Jeter, Larry Walker and Ted Simmons hold their plaques for photos after the induction ceremony at Clark Sports Center on Wednesday in Cooperstown, N.Y. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink) Hall of Fame inductees, from left, Derek Jeter, Donald Fehr accepting for the late Marvin Miller, Larry Walker and Ted Simmons hold their plaques for photos after the induction ceremony at Clark Sports Center on Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021, at the National Baseball Hall of ...
Tags: Sports, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, United States, Marvin, Michael Jordan, Nba, Mlb, St Louis, Yankees, Hall of Fame, Hall, New York Yankees, Derek Jeter, Colorado Rockies


Abortion, the death penalty, and the shadow docket

Lee Kovarsky is the Bryant Smith chair in law and co-director of Capital Punishment Center at the University of Texas at Austin. Most people following the litigation over S.B. 8 — the new Texas ban on nearly all abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy — have heard some version of the argument. The Supreme Court could neither enjoin the flagrantly unconstitutional abortion restrictions nor lift the circuit court’s unexplained pausing lower-court litigation, the “rule-of-law story” goes, be...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Joe Biden, Indiana, Biden, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Hall, Trump, Fdca, U S District Court, Higgs, D C Circuit


Cloud cover to sustain below-average temperatures for Southern California through Thursday

Cloud cover and light precipitation has helped reduce temperatures throughout Southern California and that will continue through Thursday, Sept. 2, but temperatures are expected to return to normal late-summer highs in time for the Labor Day holiday weekend, meteorologists said. Tuesday’s high temperatures throughout the region were “pretty below average,” with parts of the Inland Empire and inland Orange County as much as 15 degrees below their seasonal highs, said Adam Roser, meteorologist wit...
Tags: Weather, National Weather Service, News, Mexico, US, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Orange County, Riverside County, Hall, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Riverside, Burbank


The 11 Greatest Paul Thomas Anderson Scenes

Paul Thomas Anderson came out of the '90s indie film boom, which also popularized directors like David O. Russell, Cameron Crowe, the Coen brothers, Gus Van Sant, Quentin Tarantino, Alexander Payne and more. Anderson has always moved at his own pace, with five year gaps between some of his films, andworks on his own terms. He has an ensemble of actors that he has worked with multiple times, including the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, John C. Reilly, Philip Baker Hall, William H. Macy, and Juliann...
Tags: Movies, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Sydney, Oscar, Broadway, Paul Thomas Anderson, Josh Brolin, John, Bill, Amy Adams, Eddie, Lapd, Barry, Joaquin Phoenix, Hall


2021 CCC Results: Molist and Garrivier Win

The post 2021 CCC Results: Molist and Garrivier Win appeared first on iRunFar. The 2021 CCC race started Friday at 9 a.m. and the top runners finished the 100k race later that same day. The course runs from Courmayeur, Italy through Champex, Switzerland and to Chamonix, France while picking up 6,100 meters (20,000 feet) of elevation gain. It’s similar to TDS, but goes an opposite direction for a shorter distance and less elevation. Women Nine and a half hours into the race Marta Molist (Spain) p...
Tags: Usa, News, France, Germany, Spain, Sport, Races, South Africa, Italy, Running, New Zealand, Switzerland, Poland, Ccc, Hall, UTMB


Upcoming Netflix Original Movies You Need To Know About

In less than a decade, Netflix has transformed from a digital alternative to Blockbuster into one of the most ambitious studios in Hollywood. After Cary Joji Fukunaga's critically acclaimed war epic "Beasts of No Nation" made a splash at award shows in 2015, Netflix has only increased its output of original films. In 2021 alone, Netflix will distribute well over 100 new films alongside their lineup of exclusive shows and docuseries.What makes Netflix such a novelty is that it has entered virtual...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dwayne Johnson, Montana, US, Earth, Fbi, Netflix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Bradley Cooper, Michelle Obama, Marilyn Monroe, Leonardo Dicaprio


Crews search for missing after deadly floods in Tennessee

By Travis Loller and Jonathan Mattise | Associated Press WAVERLY, Tenn. — Crews with chainsaws and heavy equipment cleared their way through trees densely matted with vegetation, garbage and debris from homes Tuesday as searchers scoured a normally shallow creek for more flooding victims in rural Tennessee. Even cars and sheds were woven into the tangle of debris lining Trace Creek in Humphreys County, where the town of Waverly saw the most death and destruction from Saturday’s flooding that kil...
Tags: News, Climate Change, White House, Environment, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Tennessee, Associated Press, Gillespie, Hall, Edwards, Chris Davis, Leah, Waverly, Rob Edwards


Longshot California Recall Candidate Kevin Kiley May Emerge As A GOP Leader

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California recall election has attracted a nationally syndicated radio show host, an ex-Olympic champion turned reality TV star and the former mayor of one of the nation’s 10 most populous cities who has deep ties to the Republican Party establishment. And then there is Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, a 36-year-old lawyer who represents the Sacramento suburbs in the state Legislature. While little known outside his district, the former teacher and state prosecutor has gain...
Tags: Lyft, Politics, California, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Harvard, Gop, George Orwell, San Diego, Roseville, Republican Party, Shakespeare, Donald Trump, Huawei, Hall, Caitlyn Jenner


Sweden's Nordqvist wins Women's Open with England's Hall tied for second

Sweden's Anna Nordqvist wins her third major title after holding her nerve to claim the 2021 Women's Open after a thrilling final day at Carnoustie.
Tags: England, News, Sweden, Hall, Anna Nordqvist


Country singer Tom T. Hall dies; wrote ‘Harper Valley PTA’

By KRISTIN M. HALL | Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tom T. Hall, the singer-songwriter who composed “Harper Valley P.T.A.” and sang about life’s simple joys as country music’s consummate blue collar bard, has died. He was 85. His son, Dean Hall, confirmed the musician’s death on Friday at his home in Franklin, Tennessee. Known as “The Storyteller” for his unadorned yet incisive lyrics, Hall composed hundreds of songs. Along with such contemporaries as Kris Kristofferson, John Hartford and M...
Tags: Celebrities, News, Germany, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Bob Dylan, Obituaries, Jimmy Carter, Long Beach, Nashville, Associated Press, Hall, Billy, Miranda Lambert, Jason Isbell


John Brannon pushing for Chargers roster spot heading into 49ers preseason game

INGLEWOOD — Chargers defensive coordinator Renaldo Hill laughed when he heard cornerback John Brannon had five interceptions in training camp. Hill chuckled because Brannon is giving him a good problem. If Brannon continues to add to his interception total, it’s going to be difficult for the Chargers to tell him no when cutdown day arrives, despite a deep cornerback unit. “We want to make it a tough decision,” Hill said. “He’s getting the ball. It’s hard to match when you getting the ball versus...
Tags: Sports, NFL, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Cbs, Kansas City Chiefs, Hall, Ryan Smith, James, Reed, Inglewood, Hill, Los Angeles Chargers, Rams