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Stranger Things Season 4 Adds a Horror Icon to Its Cast

So far, we don’t know too much about Stranger Things season four, other than the fact that Hopper is really, really far away from Hawkins thanks to the events of season three. But some exciting casting news announced today sheds a little more light on what to expect—and who to expect, for that matter.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Netflix, Streaming, Hopper, Hawkins, Freddy Krueger, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Englund, Stranger Things, Tom Wlaschiha, Nightmare On Elm Street, Stranger Things 4


↘️️ Stop Falling into Resume Gaps

You can't fill in employment gaps on your resume without lying, so do this instead. Photo by Pawel Loj Need a better way to explain what you did between jobs? Trying to re-enter the job market after a long time? Here's how to explain your resume gaps. Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll. (If your work gap(s) is longer than a year, how have you been explaining it until now? Tell us in the comments.) Free bonus: The One Re...
Tags: Amazon, France, Israel, Careers, Jerusalem, Paris, Hopper, Resumes, Don, Aren, Must-Read Tips, Amazon Once, Long Job Search, Resume Gaps, Pawel Loj


The best coolers

Whether you're heading out for a weekend camping trip, an afternoon in the park, a tailgating party, or you're grilling in the backyard, you'll need a cooler if you like cold drinks and fresh food.When shopping for a cooler, keep in mind that although some might have an expensive price tag, most of today's coolers are designed to be a lifetime purchase. Our top pick, the Coleman Performance 48-Quart Cooler, is a true classic that stands the test of time with its incredibly low price and three-da...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Outdoors, Camping, America, Trends, Features, Buying Guide, Yeti, Picnic, Hopper, Don, Coleman, Steven John, Cooler, YETI Tundra


Edward Hopper’s Creative Process: The Drawing & Careful Preparation Behind Nighthawks & Other Iconic Paintings

Edward Hopper painted, but more importantly, he drew. His body of work includes about 140 canvases, which doesn’t make him especially prolific given his long life and career — but then, one of those canvases is Nighthawks. Here on Open Culture, we’ve previously featured Hopper’s “storyboards” for that time- and culture-transcending painting of a late-night New York diner. But those count as only a few of the voluminous preparatory drawings without which neither Nighthawks nor his other m...
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The best soft coolers

The best soft coolers should have these features in common: Offer enough capacity to keep a variety of drinks and food chilled, properly distribute weight to make them comfortable to carry, and come standard with straps for easy transport.The following guide features a selection of soft coolers from brands like Yeti and IceMule that performed well on multi-day camping trips, afternoons spent at the beach, or even short day hikes. Our top pick, the Yeti Hopper M30, is a highly-durable and easily-...
Tags: Reviews, Kitchen, Trends, Features, Buying Guide, Yeti, Hopper, Coleman, Swiss Army, YKK, Wirecutter, Owen Burke, Yeti Hopper, REI Co, Rick Stella, Insider Picks 2020


‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Resumes Filming With a Spooky Set Photo

Stranger Things 4 has resumed filming after production of the Netflix flagship series was put on hold by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Netflix announced the production restart with a set photo that may contain more than a few clues about the mysterious fourth season of the sci-fi show. Let’s dive into the Upside Down, shall we? Stranger Things Season 4 Filming Teaser Today in Hawkins… pic.twitter.com/WU1I4p5cZK — Netflix (@netflix) October 1, 2020 Netflix posted a photo of a cla...
Tags: Television, Movies, Instagram, Horror, Sci-fi, Earth, Netflix, Britain, Ireland, Hopper, Harbour, Hawkins, Brett Gelman, Stranger Things, Jim Hopper David Harbour, Matt Ross Duffer


When the great painter Edward Hopper was a teenager, he painted copies of paintings by other artists — an utterly ordinary approach to learning how to paint.

But the NYT is making a weird huge deal out of this insignificant discovery: "Early Works by Edward Hopper Found to Be Copies of Other Artists/A grad student’s discovery 'cuts straight through the widely held perception of Hopper as an American original,' without a debt to others, a Whitney curator said."Give me a break! These paintings by the teenager are not the Hopper paintings we've known and loved over the years. They're not the basis of any arguments about his Americanness and originality....
Tags: Law, America, United States, Whitney, New England, Hopper, Edward Hopper, Ann Althouse, Maga, Blake Gopnik, Gopnik, Shadwick, Louis Shadwick


David Harbour Says Hopper Is Going Through a Major Transformation in Stranger Things Season 4

Think of it less like a return than a resurrection. Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Hopper, Stranger Things, David Harbour, Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things 4


‘Stranger Things 4’: Hopper’s Return is Like the Resurrection of Gandalf, According to David Harbour

At this point, it’s really not a spoiler to say that David Harbour‘s Hopper is returning in Stranger Things 4. Even though it looked like his character died at the end of season 3, there was a post-credits scene strongly implying he’d return. And then, a teaser for season 4 was released showing Hopper very much alive. While we still have to wait a while to see Stranger Things 4, David Harbour is talking about his character’s inevitable return, and comparing Hopper’s comeback to the resurrection...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Russia, Netflix, Vietnam, Hopper, Harbour, Hawkins, Gandalf, Balrog, David Harbour, Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things 4, Gandalf the White


‘Hopper/Welles’ Review: Dennis Hopper and Orson Welles Square Off in 1970 in a Tantalizing Talk Plucked From the Vaults

Dennis Hopper meets Orson Welles: That sounds like an oil-and-water match-up of legendary filmmakers. Welles, for all his renegade gusto, was a defrocked classicist — maybe (or maybe not) the greatest film director who ever lived, and one who became the ultimate high-toned Hollywood dropout. Whereas Hopper, the scraggly counterculture bad boy, launched his career […]
Tags: Reviews, Hollywood, Orson Welles, Dennis Hopper, Hopper, Welles, Hopper Welles, Orson Welles Square


‘Hopper/Welles’ Clip: Listen to Dennis Hopper and Orson Welles Discuss Filmmaking in 1970

I’ll never get tired of watching cinematic legends talk about the craft of filmmaking. So you can understand my excitement for the new documentary feature Hopper/Welles, a film featuring never-before-seen footage from a 1970 meeting between rising star Dennis Hopper, hot off his breakthrough directorial debut with the New Hollywood counterculture film Easy Rider, and the legendary Orson Welles, director of classics such as Citizen Kane and Touch of Evil. Dennis Hopper and Orson Welles came toge...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Orson-Welles, America, Los Angeles, Dennis-Hopper, Venice, New Mexico, Hopper, Kane, Video Clips, Welles, Film Festivals, Bob Murawski, Filip Jan Rymsza


The best backpack coolers

Backpack coolers are a convenient and comfortable way to carry cold food and drinks with you when you're camping, hiking, or wandering about the wilderness.They're more than just a cooler with straps, too, as most are designed to ease the strain on your back while even remaining comfortable (no matter the contents) on longer hikes.Our top pick, the Yeti Hopper Backflip 24, sets a high standard of quality for backpack coolers with a durable, insulated, and leakproof design and a comfortable load ...
Tags: Reviews, Outdoors, Trends, Features, Backpack, Buying Guide, Shell, Yeti, Hopper, Don, YKK, Duraflex, Hydro Flask, Cooler, Rick Stella, Insider Picks 2020


Tying the Mini-D Hopper

Last night I was going through the "in draft" T.F.M. posts that I hadn't gotten a chance to write or publish and near the bottom of the pile was this excellent tying tutorial on a hopper pattern that should be in everyones trout and warmwater box right about now. Grab the vise and get wrapping.  Or maybe, if you're lazy like me, call the Fly Shop of the Bighorn and order up a dozen or two in a couple colors and sizes.  I wouldn't fault you if you did. Subscribe in a reader [Author: Cameron Mort...
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Hopper, Cameron Mortenson


A Creative Summer with Arts & Culture Experiments

With so many artifacts and historic treasures from museums and cultural institutions around the world to explore on Google Arts & Culture, sometimes it can be hard to know where to start. That’s why our Creative Coders like to experiment with playful tools for you to discover the hidden gems curated by our many partner institutions.Today we’re launching five new experiencesfor culture lovers of all ages to dive into the collections. Reimagine the world’s most famous paintings in your own color p...
Tags: Google, Watson, Eiffel Tower, Sherlock Holmes, Hopper, Arts And Culture, Giza, Bach, John Steinbeck, Damien Henry, Ocean of Books An Ocean of Books


‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Might Be Back to 9 Episodes

Stranger Things 4 feels even more faraway since production on the Netflix flagship sci-fi horror series was forced to halt in March due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. But things may be getting lively again in Hawkins, Indiana. A new social media post from the Stranger Things writers room gave us a sneak peek at the scripts for the complete season — or rather, a sneak peek at the number of scripts. While we couldn’t see any of the content on the pages, there were noticeably nine scripts...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Wheeler, Lucas, Hopper, Max, Robin, Hawkins, Byers, Winona Ryder, Stranger Things, David Harbour, Sadie Sink, Noah Schnapp


Nvidia places orders for 7nm Ampere, 5nm Hopper with TSMC, Samsung

Reports indicated Nvidia placing orders for its next-generation 7nm Ampere chips for RTX 30 series graphics and 5nm Hopper architecture. The company has placed these orders with two major chip manufacturers- TSMC and Samsung. Earlier, we did know its designing 5nm chips but for what was not clear.  The post Nvidia places orders for 7nm Ampere, 5nm Hopper with TSMC, Samsung appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Samsung, All News, Hardware News, Nvidia, Graphics Card, TSMC, Hopper, AMD Radeon, TSMC Samsung, Ampere, RTX 20 Series, Intel Xe, Nvidia News, Nvidia Leaks, RTX 30 Series


Stranger Things Season 4: David Harbour Teases Hopper’s Backstory

Stranger Things Season 4: David Harbour teases Hopper’s backstory Following the revelation of Hopper’s official whereabouts, a new interview from the 2020 Liverpool Comic Con last March has arrived online (via IndieWire), featuring David Harbour as he finally opens up about the upcoming fourth season of Stranger Things. In the video, Harbour revealed new details about Hopper’s fate, confirming that the next season will be featuring a major backstory reveal for his fan-favorite character whic...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Vietnam, Hopper, Harbour, Indiewire, Matt, Joyce, Winona Ryder, Dan Cohen, Brenner, Shawn Levy, Stranger Things


The Morning Watch: John Mulaney’ Stories from ‘SNL’, ‘Stranger Things’ in Other Languages & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, John Mulaney reminisces about the time he spent at Saturday Night Live as a writer who made occasional appearances at the Weekend Update desk. Plus, hear what scenes from Stranger Things sound like in differ...
Tags: Japan, Movies, New York City, Disney, Netflix, Italy, Snl, Beauty and the Beast, Hopper, Lorne Michaels, Mike, Disney Dream, Rockefeller Plaza, John Mulaney, Mulaney, Stranger Things


No, We Are Not All Edward Hopper Paintings Now

Alex Greenberger: “[There’s] a difference between Hopper’s forlorn subjects and so many of us right now. They choose to live in modernity and find themselves alienated because of it. We choose to simply try to stay alive in the world today and a pandemic that has so far killed more than 36,000 worldwide is keeping us captive.” – ARTnews
Tags: Art, Hopper, Visual, Alex Greenberger, 03.30.20


‘We Are All Edward Hopper Paintings Now’

Jonathan Jones: “If [the widely-shared tweet is true], a crisis of loneliness is impending that may be one of the most fraught social consequences of COVID-19. The loss of direct human contact we’re agreeing to may be catastrophic. This, at least, is what Hopper shows us.” – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Hopper, Visual, Jonathan Jones, COVID, 03.27.20


How to Be Lonely

It’s not just a negative state to be vanquished. There’s magic in it too.
Tags: Art, News, Edward, Hopper, Books and Literature, Senses and Sensation, Quarantines


Famous TV house locations

The running joke with Friends is that no 20-somethings in New York could ever afford that apartment. Of course, we’ve got no way to prove that, since the “apartment” was actually a sound stage, and there’s not exactly a Zillow listing for fictional addresses. But many shows shot their exterior shots at real live homes that you can go drive by and annoy the current occupants today. Many of which are valued at a lot more than their fictional occupants could ever afford. HomeAdvisor did some dig...
Tags: All, Filming Locations, Movie Film Sets, Movie Homes, TV Film Sets, TV Homes


1959: Grace Hopper

Grace Hopper graduated from Yale in 1934 with a mathematics Ph.D., and her service in the U.S. Navy Reserve during World War II put her on the front lines of computer science in the 1940s. By 1959, she had helped to create and popularize COBOL, one of the first standardized computer languages. As a pioneer in programming, Hopper shaped the world of software as we know it today—and paved the way for women everywhere to thrive in math, computer science and service to their countries. In 2016, Pre...
Tags: News, Obama, Uncategorized, Yale, Hopper, Wright, Edison, Grace Hopper, Presidential Medal of Freedom, U S Navy Reserve, Women Of The Year, Women of the Year - Tech/Athletes, Susan Fowler Fowler


Get a Peek at the ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Table Read as Brett Gelman Gets Promoted to Series Regular

Stranger Things showed some love to fans on Valentine’s Day last month with the first official confirmation that David Harbour would be returning as Chief Hopper. Unfortunately, Hopper appears to have a tough road ahead of him as he escapes a Russian prison in the dead of winter, but we’re sure he’ll make it back to Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) at some point. In fact, the two have already reunited behind the scenes in a new video revealing the cast back together for the Stranger Things 4 table r...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Karen, Netflix, Sequels, Wheeler, Lucas, Hopper, Max, Robin, Byers, Phoebe Waller Bridge, Winona Ryder, Brett Gelman


Brett Gelman Promoted to Series Regular for Stranger Things Season 4

Stranger Things: Brett Gelman promoted to series regular for Season 4 According to Deadline, Fleabag alum Brett Gelman has been promoted as a series regular for Netflix’s upcoming fourth season of their sci-fi horror series Stranger Things. Gelman first appeared as Murray Bauman in the show’s second season where he helped Nancy and Jonathan to expose the Hawkins National Laboratory’s wrongdoings to the public. Last season, he had a bigger role as a the Russian translator by teaming up with W...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Nancy, Lucas, Hopper, Jonathan, Heather, Matt, Joyce, Cary Elwes, Kline, Winona Ryder, Brett Gelman, Dan Cohen


‘Stranger Things 4’ Makes Priah Ferguson a Series Regular

Priah Ferguson, who stole scenes in Stranger Things 2 and had an even bigger role in Stranger Things 3, is now officially a series regular on the Netflix series. Ferguson plays Erica Sinclair, little sister of Lucas. Ferguson was in multiple season 3 episodes, and even took part in a lot of the action. But the news that she’s a series regular now likely means she just signed an even better contract, and will have an even bigger part to play in season 4. Variety is reporting that scene-steale...
Tags: Television, Movies, America, Netflix, Ferguson, Steve, Kamchatka, Lucas, Hopper, Robin, Variety, Stranger Things, Duffer Brothers, Priah Ferguson, Erica Sinclair, Lucas Ferguson


Theme Park Bits: Smuggler’s Run with FastPass, DCA’s Future, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Anaheim is getting FastPass. What’s coming next for Disney California Adventure? And more! When it opened at Disneyland, Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run was a particularly unique new attraction in that it didn’t offer FastPass or MaxPass options to guests. If you wanted to ride, you could either wait in a single-rider line (which I’ve done, and it’s pretty reasonable) or in a very long standby line. Well, no longer: the Dis...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Avengers, Hulk, Orlando, Hopper, Anaheim, DCA, Orange County Register, Disney Parks Blog, Hollywood Studios, Finnegan, Disney California Adventure


Daily Podcast: The Batman, A Vertical Format WWII Film, The Goonies, Stranger Things 4, An NSYNC Movie, and More

On the February 14, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and TV news, including our first look at Robert Pattinson’s Batman , Stranger Things 4 , an unconventional Goonies TV series and NSYNC movie, Aladdin 2 , Masters of the Universe voice cast, and the world’s first vertical format blockbuster.  Opening Banter :    In the News : Chris – ‘The Batman’ Test ...
Tags: Movies, Robert Pattinson, Mark Hamill, Chris, Hopper, Guy Ritchie, Kevin Smith, Ben Pearson, Blumhouse, Kevin Conroy, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume


Y'all, Bald Jim Hopper Can Get It

Ladies and gentlemen, I'm delighted to inform you that Jim Hopper is alive, but perhaps even more shocking and worthy of discussion, he's now bald. In the new teaser for Stranger Things season four, we learn that the former Hawkins Chief of Police is, in fact, not dead, as the season three finale tried to suggest, and he's undergone quite the dramatic hair transformation since getting captured by the Russians. Those luscious, slicked-back locks and that full, Monopoly Man-esque mustache have bee...
Tags: Beauty, Hair, Hopper, Stranger Things, Men's Grooming, Jim Hopper, David Harbour, Bald Jim Hopper, Hopper Sure Hopper