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Trump Administration Is Moving National Archives Out Of Seattle. Native Americans Are Furious

“The U.S. government made us paper Indians — our ancestors are here,” Jack proclaimed last week at Sand Point. To close and remove the archives is to physically remove the ancestors (word is the contents of these warehouses would probably be transferred to facilities thousands of miles away in Missouri and in Southern California). – Crosscut
Tags: Art, Missouri, Seattle, Jack, Issues, Trump Administration, 02.21.20


AS HEARD ON NH Today with Jack Heath WGIR-AM 610: The Technology and Spread of the Coronavirus and More

Welcome, Good Monday morning, everybody. Craig Peterson here. I was on with Jack Heath this morning. We discussed the Coronavirus, Covid-19 and its spread and how Technology is helping and hurting. Here we go with Jack. These and more tech tips, news, and updates visit – CraigPeterson.com —  Automated Machine Generated Transcript: Craig So there we go this morning with Jack Heath Craig Peterson here, and let’s get into it. We talked quite a bit about some different aspects of what’s happening wi...
Tags: Apple, South Korea, Podcast, China, Massachusetts, Samsung, Sem, New Hampshire, Maine, Italy, Amsterdam, Jack, Craig, Don, Ken, Boston Massachusetts


I'll never let go, Jack. I'll never let go: Yes, Sony's Xperia 1 II has a 3.5mm headphone port

And it does 5G, but who cares? Undeterred by the coronavirus derailing Sony's MWC launch plans, the Japanese firm launched three new devices in a virtual press conference early this morning. Predictably, the most exciting handset is also the newest flagship phone – the 5G Sony Xperia 1 II.…
Tags: Software, Sony, Xperia, Jack


This One Habit Keeps Me Hand-In-Hand with Jesus Every Day

Today I welcome a woman who has been walking hand-in-hand with Jesus, seeking His true and right paths, for several decades. Yes, decades. Cynthia Heald is a Bible teacher and author of the popular Becoming a Woman Bible study series. She is known as humble, kind, and always ready to sit and visit over a cup of tea. It’s a grace to welcome Cynthia to share about living wisely on the farm’s front porch today… guest post by Cynthia Heald O ne day, when I was reading Oswald Chambers’s My Utmost ...
Tags: Books, Religion, Guest Posts, Jesus, Jack, Chambers, Christ, Abram, Mary, Abraham, Bethel, Cynthia, Oswald Chambers, Tyndale, Refiner's Fire, Tuscon Arizona


‘The Call of the Wild’ Is Heard at the Box Office

A new adaptation of the Jack London tale had a good opening this weekend, though it didn’t unseat “Sonic The Hedgehog.”
Tags: London, Movies, News, Ford, Box Office, Jack, Harrison, Jack London, Sonic the Hedgehog (Movie, Call of the Wild (Movie


‘Endings, Beginnings’ Trailer: Shailene Woodley is Torn Between Two Similar-Looking Bearded Brunette Men

In Endings, Beginnings, star Shailene Woodley faces a dilemma that many a young woman struggle with: being caught in a love triangle between two similar-looking bearded brunette men. It’s hard to tell where Jamie Dornan and Sebastian Stan begin in Endings, Beginnings, a dimly lit, naturally acted new romantic drama from director Drake Doremus about a woman trying to get her life back on track after a bad break-up. But her new flame (Dornan) happens to be friends with her ex (Stan), which leads ...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Drama, Jamie Dornan, Digital, Shailene Woodley, Movie Trailers, Kyra Sedgwick, Jack, Jack The, Stan, Daphne, Dornan, Drake Doremus, Sebastian Stan, Samuel Goldwyn Films


Twitch to top 40 million US viewers next year, forecast says

Twitch, the Amazon-owned streaming service for gamers, is poised to surpass 40 million monthly active viewers in the U.S. as of next year, according to a new forecast from eMarketer out on Thursday. By 2023, it will reach 47 million viewers. Currently, the analyst firm estimates Twitch has 37.5 million viewers in the U.S. who tune in to watch at least once per month. Officially, Twitch reports it has more than 3 million active monthly creators and over 15 million average daily streamers, per its...
Tags: Amazon, Gaming, Media, Microsoft, Tech, Streaming, Jeremy, Fire TV, Jack, Twitch, Michael, Ronda Rousey, Emarketer, Gamers, Wang, Tyler


Twitch to top 40 million U.S. viewers next year, forecast says

Twitch, the Amazon-owned streaming service for gamers, is poised to surpass 40 million monthly active viewers in the U.S. as of next year, according to a new forecast from eMarketer out on Thursday. By 2023, it will reach 47 million viewers. Currently, the analyst firm estimates Twitch has 37.5 million viewers in the U.S. who tune in to watch at least once per month. Officially, Twitch reports it has over 3 million active monthly creators and over 15 million average daily streamers, per its own ...
Tags: Amazon, Gaming, Media, Microsoft, Tech, Streaming, Jeremy, Fire TV, Jack, Twitch, Michael, Ronda Rousey, Emarketer, Gamers, Wang, Tyler


Twitter adds a button so you can thread your shower thoughts

Hold that tweet — and add another one. Twitter is adding a new feature for mobile users to make it easier to link dispersed ‘shower thoughts’ together — and another thing styleee. Per 9to5Mac, the feature — which Twitter tweeted about yesterday — is slowly rolling out to its iOS app. (At the time of writing we spotted it in Europe.) The feature lets you pull down as you’re composing a tweet to add to your previous tweet by creating a thread or seeing a ‘continue thread’ option. Tapping on a ...
Tags: Social, Apps, Twitter, Europe, Tweet, Tweets, Social Media, Tech, Jack, Microblogging, Threads, Romain Dillet


Miff Mole: Miffology

The jazz trumpet dates back to Louis Armstrong and Bix Beiderbecke. The saxophone can be traced to Sidney Bechet and Frankie Trumbauer. And the piano dates back to Scott Joplin and Jelly Roll Morton. As for the jazz trombone, it starts with Miff Mole. [Photo above of Miff Mole] Mole is arguably the pioneer of the solo jazz trombone style. Born in New York in 1898, Mole began on the piano and switched to trombone at age 15. A member of the Original Memphis Five, founded in 1917 by pianist Phil ...
Tags: New York, China, Jazz, Jackson, Jack, Louis Armstrong, Nichols, Brunswick, Condon, Bill Wood, Glenn Miller, Bill Kirchner, Marc Myers, Sidney Bechet, Joe Venuti, Bix Beiderbecke


Fishing Bluefin Trevally: All You Need to Know About This Beauty

Fishing Bluefin Trevally: All You Need to Know About This Beauty Considered by many as the most beautiful fish in the Carangidae or Jack family– thanks to its mixed colors of blue, green and yellows, they don’t only look good but are also a tough and fun opponent on rod and reel. Let’s learn more about the Bluefin Trevally! About the Bluefin Trevally The Bluefin Trevally are also known as Bluefin Jack, Spotted Trevally, Blue Spotted Trevally and Blue...
Tags: Japan, Australia, Fishing, Jack, Central America, Vanuatu, Featured Post, Eastern Africa, Bluefin Trevally


Endings, Beginnings Trailer Starring Shailene Woodley, Sebastian Stan & Jamie Dornan

Endings, Beginnings trailer starring Shailene Woodley, Sebastian Stan & Jamie Dornan Samuel Goldwyn Films has released the official trailer for director Drake Doremus’ upcoming romantic drama film titled Endings, Beginnings, featuring Golden Globe and Emmy nominee Shailene Woodley as her character Daphne gets involved in a messy love triangle between two friends Frank and Jack, portrayed by MCU star Sebastian Stan and Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey). The film is scheduled to be released i...
Tags: Video, Movies, Jamie Dornan, Shailene Woodley, Kyra Sedgwick, Jack, Pacific, Frank, Golden Globe, Daphne, Robert George, Drake Doremus, Wendie Malick, ComingSoon, Sebastian Stan, Movie News


Exclusive ‘Greenlight’ Clip: A Film Director Receives Some Terrifying News in This Hollywood Horror Film

Graham Denman ’s feature debut has all the makings of contemporary commentary on the filmmaking industry with a murderous twist. Horror fans always rave about well-executed practical effects, but why stop with warehouse replicas of exploding heads? Greenlight is about a director’s dream opportunity, except the last death in his picture – according to producers – must be a real execution. Are you willing to extinguish human life as a trade for your start in an already cutthroat and ruthless in...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Archer, Jack, Eli Roth, Greenlight, Williamson, Caroline Williams, Chase Williamson, Graham Denman, Hollywood Horror Film, Jack Archer, Moseby Chris Browning, Damien Victor Turpin, Nicole Alexandra Shipley


Crews struggle to keep roads clear as winter storm takes cross-country tour

A winter storm is dumping snow across upstate New York and portions of New England on Tuesday as it skirts across the Canada border. The storm first rolled into the Pacific Northwest over the weekend before taking a cross-country tour, dropping several inches of snow across different regions and causing dangerous travel conditions.Portions of upstate New York have reported upwards of 5 inches of snow as of midday Tuesday, with 5.5 inches covering Wells, New York.Take a look below for a region-b...
Tags: New York, Science, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Colorado, Montana, Canada, Wisconsin, Jack, Denver, Accuweather, Pacific Northwest, New England, Colorado Rockies, Rogers, Rockies


‘Doctor Who’ Tells a “Haunting” Tale With a Chilling Night With Frankenstein and Frankenstein’s Author

It turns out lightning can strike twice with Doctor Who, which makes an electric return to form with “The Haunting of Villa Diodati.” Last week saw Season 12’s hot streak of episodes come to an end, but Doctor Who resuscitated its high-quality run with a perfect old-fashioned ghost story that pitted Frankenstein’s author against a modern Prometheus of Doctor Who‘s own making. Doctor Who has long delighted in doing on-the-nose tributes to famous literary figures, which range from the good (Charl...
Tags: Television, Movies, Time, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Earth, Bbc, Features, Guardian, Charles Dickens, PERCY, Jack, Bbc America, Agatha Christie, Byron, Ada Lovelace


How do republics die? Reflections on "constiitutional rot"

Steve Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt have written a justifiably much-discussed book on "How Democracies Die," but it's worth attending to the oft-quoted statement from Benjamin Franklin that we established a "republic," and the question was whether we could in fact keep it.  "Democracy" can refer only to the numbers of people who are actually part of the decision-making pool; a "republic," on the other hand, requires as well a certain disposition on the part of the demos in order to assure the genu...
Tags: West Point, White House, Boston, US, Austin, Harvard, United States, Jeb Bush, Lincoln, Nazi, Jfk, Republic, Benjamin Franklin, Jack, Branding, Clinton


Canucks’ Hughes and the Calder Race

Having a player in the conversation for the Calder Trophy is something Vancouver Canucks fans have become familiar with. During the 2017-18 season, Brock Boeser was a nominee for the Calder but was edged out by New York Islanders forward, Mathew Barzal. Related: Best Rookie Seasons in NHL History The following season, Canucks fans saw Elias Pettersson win the Calder after his impressive rookie season. This season, fans have the privilege to watch Quinn Hughes, who is having a stellar seas...
Tags: Colorado, Toronto, Sport, Dallas, Ncaa, Quinn, Hockey, NHL, Jack, Calgary Flames, New York Islanders, Orlando, New Jersey Devils, Calder, Michigan Wolverines, Buffalo Sabres


Clijsters faces tough return against Bertens

Kim Clijsters, 36, who is starting her second comeback to professional tennis in Dubai next week, will not have an easy return, as she was handed a first-round tie against world number eight Kiki Bertens in Saturday's draw. Clijsters, a Belgian mother-of-three, joked in Dubai that she was not receiving the full support of her family. "My son Jack is hoping I'll lose early, so I'll be home soon," she told Belgian media.
Tags: News, Tennis, Dubai, Jack, Bertens, Kiki Bertens, Kim Clijsters, Clijsters


How Kalixmotxo was invented

The most memorable things we come across when we travel often took a long, winding path to get to what they are today. This is Origin Story, a series that looks into the various influences that made the cultural touchstones we know today. In 1971, Coca-Cola debuted what is now considered one of the world’s most famous commercial. The advertisement features a catchy jingle about wanting to buy the world a Coke. On August 12, 1972, at 5:00 PM, according to local legend, a group of young merchan...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, Spain, European Union, Cocktails, Wine, Jack, Coca Cola, Coke, Rioja, All, Shirley Temple, Pepsi, Basque Country, Palacios, Culinary Institute of America


Everything we know about the massive $165 million compound Jeff Bezos reportedly just purchased, the Warner estate (AMZN)

Jeff Bezos is the new owner of the Warner estate, a sprawling compound in Beverly Hills that he purchased for $165 million, according to The Wall Street Journal.  The estate was built in 1937 by one of the founders of Warner Bros., Jack L. Warner.  It features a 13,600-square-foot mansion, two guest houses, a pool, and a tennis court.  Music and movie tycoon David Geffen was the previous owner of the estate, purchasing it in 1990 for a reported $47.5 million.  Visit Business Insider's homepag...
Tags: Amazon, New York Post, Elon Musk, Hollywood, California, Los Angeles, Trends, Spain, Larry Ellison, Michelle Obama, Beverly Hills, Manhattan, Goldman Sachs, Warner, Warner Bros, Jeff Bezos


Fishing and Travel: An In-depth Travel Advice for the International Angler

Fishing and Travel: An In-depth Travel Advice for the International Angler Why do you travel so much just to catch fish? This is one of the commonly asked questions us travelling anglers get from friends and family. In this post, I like to share why travelling has become such an important factor in fishing or angling, and why you should travel more too if you are still hesitant to do so. Do the Research Most start off by choosing their targeted speci...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Post, Inspiration, How To, Jack, Vanuatu, Featured Post, Ocean Blue Fishing Call, Angling Trips, Fishing Travel Advice, Fishing Trip Advice, International Angler


Fishing and Travel: In-depth Travel Advice for the International Angler

Fishing and Travel: In-depth Travel Advice for the International Angler Why do you travel so much just to catch fish? This is one of the commonly asked questions us travelling anglers get from friends and family. In this post, I like to share why travelling has become such an important factor in fishing or angling, and why you should travel more too if you are still hesitant to do so. Do the Research Most start off by choosing their targeted species,...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Post, Inspiration, How To, Jack, Vanuatu, Featured Post, Ocean Blue Fishing Call, Angling Trips, Fishing Travel Advice, Fishing Trip Advice, International Angler


Emilio Estevez Officially Joins ‘The Mighty Ducks’ TV Show, See First Images From the Production

Gordon Bombay will lace up his skates once again. Emilio Estevez has officially signed on to appear in the Disney+ TV continuation of The Mighty Ducks, reprising his role as the former drunken attorney who cleaned up his act and became a beloved coach of a misfit hockey team. To quote Averman from D2: The Mighty Ducks, one of our country’s finest and most well-respected poets, “Quack Attack is back, Jack!” We’d been hearing rumblings for a few weeks that Estevez would be back in the new serie...
Tags: Television, Movies, Minnesota, Casting, Disney, Sports, House, Sequels, Jack, Ducks, Bombay, Henry, Gilmore Girls, Lauren Graham, Mighty Ducks, Emilio Estevez


New on Blu-ray: ‘Parasite’, ‘Roma’, ‘Doctor Sleep’, ‘Shutter Island’, ‘The House that Jack Built’, and More

Brace yourselves, my friends – this week’s Blu-ray column is packed. There are so many movies here that you probably want to block out your entire day just to read this. Go ahead, clear your calendar. Call in sick from work. Lock all your doors, draw the blinds, and feast your eyes. These are the new Blu-ray releases you should check out this week. Parasite Fresh off its triumphant run at the Oscars, Parasite is now available on Blu-ray, and it’s just as special as you’ve heard it is. I...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Mexico, New York City, Kodak, Features, Netflix, House, Alfonso Cuarón, Leonardo Dicaprio, Stanley Kubrick, Lars von Trier, Spike Lee, Scorsese, Kubrick, Jack


Golf & Whisky, Oh Yea!

Over the past few years my affinity for links golf has had an unintended side-effect: an affinity for whisky. (There’s no e in the Scottish version of the word.) And this affliction for the water of life has become a bit of a guilty pleasure. I have accumulated a good number of single malts and on our trips to Scotland we always carve out a little sippin’ time. A good whisky is to be cherished and I will be honest,… Continue Reading →
Tags: New York, Scotland, Sport, Links, Golf, Whiskey, Scottish, Cocktails, Lady Gaga, Jack, Hooks and Slices, Links Golf


Zachary Levi Will Rock Out with Cole Sprouse in ‘Undercover’

Zachary Levi went from being a nerdy spy in Chuck to a kid-turned-superhero in Shazam!, and now he’s about to become an aging rocker desperate for a paycheck. Undercover is a new music-driven family comedy from Lionsgate and Mandeville Films that will have Zachary Levi joining a wedding cover band led by Riverdale star Cole Sprouse, one-half of the twin brothers (now grown up) who starred in Big Daddy with Adam Sandler. View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Lionsgate, Casting, Disney, Musical, Jack, Levi, Adam Sandler, Undercover, Shazam, John Cusack, Cole Sprouse, Tony, Ben, Zachary


Callaway Releases Its 2019 Financials: $1.7 BILLION

Press releases are interesting things, especially when they are about the financials. Callaway’s 2019 financial performance press release sure is interesting. As in $1.7 billion worth of interesting. Depending on how deeply you look, you could conclude Callaway had the type of boffo year that would make you want to jump on TD Ameritrade and buy a few shares of ELY on the NYSE. After all, Callaway set a new record with $1.7 BILLION in sales. That’s a 37-percent jump over 2018’s record sales of $1...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Instagram, Sport, Golf, North America, Jack, Golf News, Nyse, Callaway, Phil, Chicopee, Ely, Taylormade, Jack Wolfskin, Acushnet


Rushden shoe firm run by generations of twins turns 100

DB Shoes was founded by Jack Denton and Bill Denton in 1920 and is now run by Jack's twin grandsons.
Tags: News, Jack, Rushden, Jack Denton, Bill Denton


Tiger’s tournament: Riviera’s PGA Tour stop is elevated as an invitational

The first Los Angeles Open was played at Riviera Country Club in 1926, but this year, for the first time in the tournament’s illustrious history, the tournament will be played under elevated status as an invitational event. Now called the Genesis Invitational, the tournament’s new status is a result of the PGA Tour wanting host Tiger Woods’ tournament to enjoy the same high-level status as the tournaments associated with fellow PGA Tour legends Arnold Palmer (the Arnold Palmer Invitational) and ...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Gigi, Pga, Pga Tour, Bubba Watson, Brooks Koepka, Kobe Bryant, Jack, Jack Nicklaus, Wood, Riviera, Arnold, Woods


Jack in the Box Backs Sonic the Hedgehog With a Snapchat AR Face Lens

Jack in the Box teamed up with Paramount Pictures to celebrate the upcoming premiere of feature film Sonic the Hedgehog with an augmented reality face lens on Snapchat. Snapchatters in the U.S. can access the lens via Lens Carousel to begin a game where they tilt their heads to race down a track as Sonic,...
Tags: Advertising, Jack, Paramount Pictures, Social Pro Daily, Lens Carousel, Snapchat AR Face Lens