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Ask the author: Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and “the loneliness of original work”

“[A] man of high ambitions … must face the loneliness of original work.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes, Brown University Commencement Address (1897) The following is a series of questions posed by Ronald Collins to Catharine Pierce Wells in connection with her new book, “Oliver Wendell Holmes: A Willing Servant to an Unknown God” (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Catharine Pierce Wells is a professor of law and a Law School Fund research scholar at Boston College Law School, where she teaches and wr...
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Holmes of Tighe & Bond named “40 Under 40”

Dan Holmes Westfield, MA Senior project manager Dan Holmes of Tighe & Bond ...
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‘The Girls I’ve Been’: Millie Bobby Brown to Star in and Produce Netflix’s Con Artist Thriller

Millie Bobby Brown continues to be Netflix’s darling, with the Stranger Things breakout star signing on to star in an adaptation of Tess Sharpe’s YA novel The Girls I’ve Been that she’ll also produce alongside Ozark‘s Jason Bateman. Described as a “twisty” con artist thriller, The Girls I’ve Been is just the latest Netflix project for the rising star. Millie Bobby Brown might be playing the long con with Netflix. The breakout star of Netflix’s flagship sci-fi series Stranger Things has becom...
Tags: Movies, Wes, Netflix, Thriller, Adaptation, Jason Bateman, Penguin Random House, Iris, Brown, Holmes, Nora, Millie Bobby Brown, Jason Bateman Ozark, Tess Sharpe, Tracey Nyberg, The Girls I've Been


Holmes and Geauga are Among Several County Fairs Scrambling to Reopen Safely

As coronavirus cases rise again in Ohio, with 1,104 new cases reported July 27, counties across the state are faced with difficult decisions regarding their county fairs. On May 21, the Ohio State Fair was canceled due to concerns about public safety and the financial feasibility of hosting an event so large while maintaining social distancing protocols. The fair was originally scheduled for July 29 to Aug. 9. Last year, fair attendance was 934,925, with people visiting from all 50 states during...
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Getting Through Quarantine With New Sherlock Material

Sure, sure, Arthur Conan Doyle died long ago, and both the BBC and CBS versions of modern Holmes have hung up their deerstalkers, but there’s always new Holmes material out there. Except … where is the movie, or better yet, a multi-year series, for Mary Russell? – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Bbc, Cbs, Arthur Conan Doyle, Words, Holmes, Mary Russell, 07.24.20, New Sherlock Material


NBA: Clippers’ Lou Williams must quarantine 10 days after outside the bubble excursion

The NBA confirmed Sunday morning that Clippers guard Lou Williams will miss the first two seeding games of the restart because he’ll have to quarantine for 10 days at the Walt Disney World Resort campus after visiting the Magic City strip club in Atlanta while on an excused absence from the bubble. The quarantine began Saturday when he returned to Orlando. Williams was the third Clippers player to leave the bubble when he was excused to attend to personal matters. The star reserve posted a tribu...
Tags: Sports, Sacramento, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Nba, Espn, Lebron James, Houston, Rivers, Orlando, The Lakers, Holmes, Clippers, Bruno Caboclo


Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google CEOs to face antitrust committee that owns $100K+ of those companies’ stocks

Business Insider’s Aaron Holmes reports that three of the lawmakers tasked with leading an antitrust investigation into the operations of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google own more than $100,000 in stocks of those tech firms — not the best way to run a probe. In their coverage, Holmes noted that Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner from Wisconsin owns more than $98,000 in stocks in all four companies combined; Rep. Zoe Lofgren of California has between $1,000 and $15,000 of stocks in Facebook, Apple, and Al...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Startups, Facebook, California, Wisconsin, Ohio, Holmes, Facebook Apple, Zoe Lofgren, Jim Sensenbrenner, Steve Chabot, Amazon Apple Facebook, Hard Fork, Aaron Holmes


Cypriot radio, a lucky loo & pain - the inside story of Holmes' double gold

How a Tina Turner classic, a lucky loo and a celebrity cashew nut carrier powered Dame Kelly Holmes to a historic double Olympic gold at Athens 2004.
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Kings' Holmes placed in quarantine after breaking NBA bubble to pick up food delivery

Sacramento Kings forward Richaun Holmes is placed in quarantine after he left the NBA bubble to pick up a food delivery.
Tags: News, Sacramento Kings, Nba, Holmes, Richaun Holmes


Kings' Holmes placed in quarantine after breaking NBA bubble to pick up takeaway

Sacramento Kings forward Richaun Holmes is placed in quarantine after he left the NBA bubble to pick up a food delivery.
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Sacramento Kings Player Richaun Holmes In Quarantine After Leaving NBA Bubble For Food Delivery

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – Sacramento’s Richaun Holmes revealed Monday that he “briefly and accidentally” crossed the NBA campus line to pick up a food delivery. Under the NBA’s rules of the restart, he now has to spend 10 days in quarantine. Holmes said Monday that he had eight days remaining. “I apologize for my actions and look forward to rejoining my teammates for our playoff push,” Holmes posted on social media. The news comes on the same day Russell Westbrook of the Houston Rockets announced tha...
Tags: Florida, Disney, Sports, Sacramento Kings, Sacramento, Nba, Mls, Rockets, Houston, Walt Disney World, Houston Rockets, Lowry, Toronto Raptors, Orlando, Russell Westbrook, Kyle Lowry


Lowry and McDowell ride rollercoaster; Power cut in Texas

Collin Morikawa of the United States reacts on the ninth green during the second round of the Workday Charity Open on July 10, 2020 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images) Shane Lowry and Graeme McDowell lost ground on a stop-start day as Collin Morikawa seized control of the weather-delayed Workday Charit...
Tags: Japan, England, Texas, Sport, Power, Canada, United States, South Africa, Ian Poulter, Graeme Mcdowell, Golf, Phil Mickelson, Pga Tour, Ohio, Brooks Koepka, Norway


Houston PD decides public can know when police might injure or kill them

For years, Houston PD has kept its use of force policy secret, abetted by a series of Texas Attorneys General. Most of their General Orders were public, but the use of force policy was largely redacted. While the AG upheld Houston's request to keep the policy secret (an example of the transparency losses suffered when the Legislature codified Holmes v. Morales in 1997), to my knowledge, few other departments had followed their lead. Grits always thought that's because keeping the policy secret ...
Tags: Law, Dallas, Houston, Houston Chronicle, Holmes, Legislature, Morales, AG, Gritsforbreakfast, Houston PD, Resistance Austin


Morning Docket: 06.29.20

* The estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is suing Netflix for its depiction of Sherlock Holmes as a kind and caring sleuth. Wonder if there was ever legal action over Holmes and Watson... [CNN] * Texas law firms are rethinking reopening plans amid a spike in COVID-19 cases. [Texas Lawyer] * A disciplinary panel has suggested a two-year suspension for a lawyer who showed "aggressive tactics and relentless vindictiveness" in practicing law. Some clients might like those qualities. [ABA Journal] ...
Tags: Texas, Law, Netflix, Justin Bieber, Nebraska, Watson, Associated Press, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, ABA Journal, Dallas Morning News, Holmes, Doyle, Morning Docket, COVID-19


Queering Dr. Watson: Sexual Identity in The Angel of the Crows

Katherine Addison, the author of award-winning The Goblin Emperor, has a new fantasy novel out, a dark Fantasy that is mash-up of Jack the Ripper and the detectives of Baker Street. We have a guest post from the author today, talking about the work, and its queer characters. SPOILER ALERT: Dr. J. H. Doyle is not what you think. I am not the first writer to notice that you can use a first-person narrator to play games with sex and gender roles. Emma Bull (Bone Dance) and Sarah Caud...
Tags: Books, London, Fantasy, Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, John, Jack, Holmes, Bohemia, Doyle, Joanna, Irene, Crow, Madison Wisconsin, LGBTQIA


Threat Involving Gun Sparks Lockdown Near Thunder Valley, Suspect Arrested

PLACER COUNTY (CBS13) – A threat made Saturday afternoon caused a lockdown in the area around Thunder Valley Casino Resort and resulted in one arrest, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office announced. Deputies said a woman reported to law enforcement that the suspect made threats against her involving a firearm. The suspect’s vehicle was located in the casino parking lot and Roseville police later spotted them in the parking garage heading toward another vehicle during the lockdown. They were identi...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Roseville, Holmes, Placer County Sheriff s Office, Placer, Thunder Valley Casino Resort, Deonna Lenise Holmes


Unoriginal Joke (Part III): Living Constitutionalism and Social Progress

Charles Barzun In the last   Part   of this series, I suggested that the essential nugget at the heart of “living constitutionalism” is the idea that part of what grounds the constitution’s authority for us is its capacity to adapt (i.e., to respond appropriately) to changing circumstances. I called this the   adaptability claim. Different versions of living constitutionalism fill out the adaptability claim in different ways, for different reasons.     But in my view, one quite tra...
Tags: Supreme Court, Planned Parenthood, Germany, Court, Society, University Of Virginia, James Wilson, Branding, James, Wilson, Guest Blogger, Strauss, Holmes, Supreme Court Justice, Roe, Dewey


Netflix’s ‘Enola Holmes’ and WB’s Will Smith-Starring ‘King Richard’ Hit With Lawsuits

Welcome, welcome, welcome, one and all, to today’s movie lawsuit round-up extravaganza! Can it be an extravaganza if there are only two lawsuits? Let’s not worry about the specifics! Netflix’s Enola Holmes, a movie about Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister, and Warner Bros.’ King Richard, a biopic of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams’ father, have both had suits filed against them. But the Enola Holmes lawsuit is actually kind of hilarious, and you can find out why below. Enola Holmes Laws...
Tags: Movies, Legal, Netflix, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Will-Smith, Warner Bros, Sherlock, Henry Cavill, Richard, Serena Williams, Ian Mckellen, Helena Bonham Carter, Warner Brothers, Venus, Serena


‘Enola Holmes’ First Look: Netflix Debuts Images of Millie Bobby Brown as Sherlock Holmes’ Little Sister

Enola Holmes is on the case. Haven’t heard of her? Maybe you’ve heard of her last name, which belongs to her far more famous brother, Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most famous detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. But in the new Netflix film Enola Holmes starring Millie Bobby Brown, the young teen detective takes the spotlight. The streamer has debuted the first images from Enola Holmes, the upcoming feature film directed by Emmy-winning Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer and based on Nancy ...
Tags: Images, England, London, Movies, Netflix, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock, Emmy, Henry Cavill, Holmes, Edgar, Sam Claflin, Mycroft Holmes, Mycroft, Cavill


BIPOC summer camps

Most summers, millions of US children head off to spend a week, a month, or the whole summer attending camp, where they’ll enjoy the restorative power of nature, learn new skills, strengthen friendships, and hopefully build upon a lifelong relationship with the outdoors. The problem is, these camps are not representative of the country as a whole. “Only about four percent of campers in America identify as Black or African-American, even though we make up 13 to 14 percent of the population,” ...
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Conan Doyle Estate Sues Netflix Over ‘Enola Holmes’ Film Starring Millie Bobby Brown

The estate of Arthur Conan Doyle has filed a lawsuit alleging that an upcoming Netflix film about Sherlock Holmes’ younger sister infringes on the Holmes stories that remain under copyright. The estate claims that “Enola Holmes,” starring Millie Bobby Brown, depicts the legendary detective as warm and friendly, a characterization that only appears in the […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Holmes, Conan Doyle, Millie Bobby Brown, Enola Holmes


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So many more federal sentence reductions using § 3582(c)(1)(A) to report before week concludes

Readers may recall this post from mid May listing more than two dozen grants of sentence reductions under § 3582(c)(1)(A) in one week showing up on Westlaw, and this latest posting reporting on grants from the first week on June showing comparable activity with sentence reduction grants.  As the long listing below highlights, the sentence reduction hits just keep on coming; I felt compelled to compile these grants before the week is out because there are already so many (and included below are f...
Tags: Law, United States, Williams, Iowa, Smith, United, Flores, Holmes, Riley, Marshall Project, LRA, Mason, Burke, Malone, Rodriguez, Abdallah


I love The New York Times, but what they did was wrong

The New York Times is the best newspaper in the world, writes veteran journalist Steven A. Holmes, who worked there for 15 years. But the paper's actions after the publication of Sen. Tom Cotton's controversial op-ed have been a mistake that sends a potentially dangerous message, Holmes says.
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Exclusive: ‘Unmatched: Cobble and Fog’ Reveals New Card Art and Miniatures From the Incredible Tabletop Game Series

Unmatched isn’t just a great board game series – it’s an excuse to play out the wildest showdowns from the depths of your geekiest daydreams. Put aside the beautiful miniatures and gorgeous card artwork. Forget about the perfectly balanced mechanics that turn each game into a nerve-wracking battle of wits and tough choices. At the end of the day, Unmatched is the board game series where King Arthur can battle Bigfoot, where Bruce Lee can take on the raptors from Jurassic Park, where Robin Hood ...
Tags: London, Movies, Robin Hood, Bbc, Features, Bigfoot, Jurassic Park, Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock, Bruce Lee, Board Games, Taylor, Skype, Alice


Where UCLA stands in the secondary entering the 2020 season

Between 2018 and 2019, UCLA actually got worse when it came to defending the pass. After allowing 245.5 yards through the air in 2018, the Bruins regressed and surrendered 310.8 passing yards per game in 2019 — a stat ranking them as the second-worst pass defense in the FBS. If it wasn’t clear in 2018, it became bluntly obvious in 2019: UCLA needs serious improvement in its secondary. With a new defensive backs coach and two incoming grad transfers, along with the return of the unit’s core playe...
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Is there a plugin allowing me to fill a certain column simply based on tags?

For example, if a book has a tag named "Holmes", I hope this plugin can automatically fill a custom column "Genre" with "Detective Fiction". Certainly I can do a search for tag:"Holmes" and edit the metadata in bulk to manually change the "Genre" column, but I have to do this every time I added new books. I'm wanting this plugin because my tags are auto-generated, but I hope to convert these tags into a custom column rather than being tags.
Tags: Books, Calibre, Holmes


The 10 Best Sherlock Holmes Stories

Over the course of 40 years during the late 19th and early 20th century, Arthur Conan Doyle published 60 Sherlock Holmes tales in the form of four short novels and 56 short stories (which are generally published in five separate collections). The adventures of Doyle’s iconic detective proved a craze from the start, and since then, no character has been as reproduced and adapted in film, television, stage, and the printed word.  I’d long been intrigued by the idea of Sherlock, but wasn’t real...
Tags: Books, England, London, Scotland, Life, America, Travel & leisure, Classics, Watson, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock, Napoleon, Wilson, Moriarty, Holmes


More Details on Henry Cavill’s Return to the DCEU as Superman

More Details on Henry Cavill’s Return to the DCEU as Superman Following yesterday’s news that Henry Cavill is in negotiations to reprise his role as Superman in the DCEU, Deadline is now sharing details on the potential return. RELATED: RELATED: HBO Max Reveals New Details on Green Lantern & Snyder Cut! Warner Bros. is reportedly not developing a Man of Steel sequel, nor will Cavill make any cameos in Wonder Woman 1984, The Suicide Squad, or in Matt Reeves’ The Batman. Projects that Cavill co...
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