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Congressman Rejects Pearl Jam’s Criticism of BOSS Ticket-Reform Act

New Jersey Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr., the principal sponsor of the Better Oversight of Secondary Sales and Accountability in Concert Ticketing (BOSS Act) designed to reform the live-events ticket market, today rejected Pearl Jam’s call to reject the bill. Calling the bill “flawed,” the group said in a letter yesterday that it “blocks non-transferable ticketing” […]
Tags: News, Pearl Jam, Jam, Bill Pascrell Jr, BOSS Act, Better Oversight of Secondary Sales


You Can Hear Pearl Jam’s New Song By Pointing Your Phone At The Moon

Pearl Jam first teased their upcoming album Gigaton via a worldwide augmented reality scavenger hunt. And they are once again proving that they are young and hip and know what augmented reality is by teasing their new single using the same technology. More »
Tags: Music, News, Pearl Jam, Jam


Jam lets you safely share streaming app passwords

Can’t afford Netflix and HBO and Spotify and Disney+…? Now there’s an app specially built for giving pals your passwords while claiming to keep your credentials safe. It’s called Jam, and the questionably legal service launched in private beta this morning. Founder John Backus tells TechCrunch in his first interview about Jam that it will let users save login details with local encryption, add friends you can then authorize to access your password for a chosen service, and broadcast to friend...
Tags: Security, Social, TC, Apps, Spotify, Video, Hbo, Media, Privacy, Entertainment, Stanford, Disney, US, Tech, Policy, Netflix


Board Question #92902: What is, in your opinion, the difference between a bop ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,What is, in your opinion, the difference between a bop and a jam?-Curious A: Dear Curious,  This isn't exactly what you're asking for, but I would like to offer you a chart that my friends and I made one day in the Clyde Building at around 11 PM while we were taking a break from homework.  We were trying to define what it means for a song to be a "banger," and it morphed into this full-on graph with a couple different iterations. Check out version 1: And on version 2, ...
Tags: Elton John, Jam, George Bop, Kiki Dee Example


Fairy Cakes – Easy Butterfly Cakes

These fairy cakes – also called butterfly cakes or butterfly buns – are cupcakes decked out to look like butterflies with a pile of sweet whipped cream and a dollop of jam. Butterfly cakes are fun and easy dressed up vanilla cupcakes! What Are Fairy Cakes? What a fairy cake is completely depends on who you talk to.Read the full article here
Tags: Baking, British, Cupcakes, Vanilla, Whipped Cream, Jam


Tonight in L.A.: Juliana Hatfield, J. Laser, Plastic Picnic, Kate Clover, Figs Vision, WASI, Will Reagan, Marube, Love Ghost, Acres Even, the Shirtwaist Sisters, Chelsea Saints, Felipe Esparza

L.A. concerts for Monday: ► Juliana Hatfield visits the Echoplex in support of her latest covers project, “Juliana Hatfield Sings the Police.” ► J. Laser (Jordan Lawlor from M83) previews music from his forthcoming EP at a free show at Zebulon. ► Brooklyn quartet Plastic Picnic heads up the lineup at It’s a School Night at Bardot. Earlier, catch Cuffed Up (see “French Exit”), Flor de Toloache and Yashua. ► And these January residencies come to an end: Kate Clover at the Bootleg Theater (with Ros...
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Clarke, Le Tigre, Preview, Kate Clover, Maui, Juliana Hatfield, Figs Vision, Bootleg Theater, Harvard Stone, Jam, Observatory, Wasi, Zebulon, Marube


This Week’s Shows: Jan. 27-Feb. 2

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Will Reagan, Juliana Hatfield, J. Laser, Love Ghost, Salute to Prince, Jean-Michel Blais, Forty Feet Tall, Gold Star, Georgi Kay, Siames, Wale, Shakey Graves, Ian Sweet, Precious Kid, Mattiel, the Shakes, Caspian, Reggie Watts & Karen, Randy Houser, Wolf Parade, Nicole Kiki Jaffe, Martin Rev, the Brilliance, She Wants Revenge, City of the Sun, No Parents, Trapt, the Marcus King Band, Tune-Yards, Baynk, Slander, Periphery, Ron Pope, Vanessa Zamora, ZOOLUXX, Object A...
Tags: Preview, BAYNK, Ben Lee, Caroline Polachek, Caspian, Chris Botti, Chris Lane, City of the Sun, Courtney Barnett, DJJ Quik, Featured, Forty Feet Tall, Georgi Kay, Gold Star, Gost, Grady


Margo Lion, Proudly Independent Producer Of ‘Hairspray’ And Others On Broadway, Has Died At 75

Lion was the main producer for Hairspray and Jelly’s Last Jam, and she also played a major role in bringing Angels in America to Broadway. The artists she worked with remember how warm and how invested she was in their shows, and how absolutely committed. “She stuck with shows she believed in despite the considerable risk of losing money, as most Broadway productions do. She often put up her West Side apartment as collateral in support of a project.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Angels, America, People, Broadway, West Side, Jam, Margo Lion, 01.25.20


Pearl Jam – “Dance Of The Clairvoyants”

Pearl Jam took their sweet time making Gigaton, their first album in almost seven years, and they're taking their sweet time rolling it out too. OK, so they've only been at it for a couple weeks, but it sure feels like they've been dragging it out: First there was the augmented reality teaser, … More »
Tags: Music, Pearl Jam, Jam, Gigaton


Tonight in L.A.: Coldplay, Ghost-Note, Nada Surf, Samantha Sidley, Kate Clover, Figs Vision, WASI, Maesa Pullman, Asi Fui, Fae, Anna Ash, Saint Bodhi, Caitlin Jemma, The Moon City Masters, Waxamilion, Andrew Garcia, Buddy Rich Big Band and more

L.A. concerts for Monday: ► Coldplay play the first of two intimate nights at the Hollywood Palladium behind their new album “Everyday Life.” Proceeds from tonight’s MLK Day concert will benefit Reform L.A. Jails. Compton hip hop artist Boogie and Bobby Gonz open. ► All-star funk masters Ghost-Note hit the Teragram Ballroom, with the Brandon Brown Collective opening. ► Nada Surf rocks the second of  two nights at the Troubadour behind their new album “Never Not Together” (out Feb. 7). John Vande...
Tags: Music, Featured, Long Beach, Coldplay, Preview, Ashley Armstrong, Continental, Kate Clover, Maui, Figs Vision, Bootleg Theater, Teragram Ballroom, Jam, Boogie, John Vanderslice, Hollywood Palladium


This Week’s Shows: Jan. 20-26

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Coldplay, Elbow, Nada Surf, Brittany Howard, Mandy Moore, Jason Mraz, The Jonas Brothers, Jacqeees, Laurie Anderson & Christian McBride, Sting, Samantha Sidley, BONES UK, King Princess, Death Valley Girls, Würm, Ghost-Note, Asi Fui, Moisture Boys, Earth Girl Helen Brown, Communicant, Earthgang, Railroad Earth, Reverend Horton Heat, The Bronx, Mariachi El Bronx, The Used, Brandi Carlile, Agnes Obel, Robert Glasper, É Arenas, CAPYAC, Patrick Wilson, Big Head Todd & t...
Tags: Preview, Agnes Obel, Asi Fui, Big Head Todd & the Monsters, Bizou, BONES UK, Brandi Carlile, Brittany Howard, CAPYAC, Cardioid, Chelsea Williams, Coldplay, Colleen Green, Communicant, Crashfaster, Cursive


Don Cheadle Talks the Future of Rhodey in the MCU, Confirms His ‘Space Jam 2’ Role [TCA 2020]

Don Cheadle was on a Television Critics Association panel for his Showtime series Black Monday , which returns for a second season on March 15. After the panel, Cheadle spoke with reporters further about his upcoming roles. There’s no confirmed project involving his MCU character James “Rhodey” Rhodes, but of course there’s potential for more. Here are Cheadle’s thoughts about continuing to play Rhodey in films or streaming series. Plus, he discusses involvement or lack thereof in Space...
Tags: Movies, Jack Nicholson, Disney, Features, Netflix, Iron Man, Michael Jordan, Showtime, Lebron James, Sarah Paulson, Paul Bettany, Don-Cheadle, Elizabeth Olsen, Falcon, Rhodes, James


Tonight in L.A.: YBN Cordae, Bonavega, Deeradorian, Jazz Butchers, Kate Clover, WASI, Figs Vision, Jason Taylor, ABG Neal & Friends

L.A. concerts for Monday: ► Rapper YBN Cordae does the first of two nights at the Fonda Theatre, with 24kGoldn opening. ► Bonavega heads up the lineup at It’s a School Night at Bardot, joined by Balto and Misty Mtn. ► And Week 2 of these residencies continue: Kate Clover at the Bootleg Theater (with Danny Dodge, Kevin The Band and Die Group supporting); WASI at the Satellite (with Love Nothing, Victory Kid and LARA FM); and Figs Vision at the Echo (with Jimmy Whoo, Tokyo Lucky Hole and Zach Tabo...
Tags: Music, Preview, Kate Clover, Maui, Figs Vision, Harriet, Bootleg Theater, Jam, Jason Taylor, Fonda Theatre, Bardot, Lara, Wasi, Balto, Scott Martin, Canyon


Top Eight Developments in International Law 2019

For those who support and believe in the power of international law to effect positive change in the world, 2019 was difficult. There were however a number of important bright sparks, in the form of efforts to negotiate treaties on the protection of marine biodiversity, business and human rights, and the elimination of work place harassment; as well as spotlights shone by national and international courts on the plight of some of the world’s most vulnerable people. The past 12 months have both h...
Tags: Amazon, Books, UK, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Climate Change, Australia, Africa, Court, US, Afghanistan, Reading List, Ifc, Oxford, International criminal court


A Beautiful Way to Cultivate Gratitude—Even When You’re Super Busy

We’re all busy. Jam-packed schedules. Demanding jobs. Early mornings. Late nights. And we’re all tired, too, right? So, when you think about adding another thing to your to-do list, you likely blurt out, “no thanks.” But cultivating a gratitude practice is worth it—no matter how busy you are. One powerful strategy? Writing heartfelt thank-you letters. In January 2016 Nancy Davis Kho sent her father a thank-you note, which he framed and kept in his office. That summer Kho sat in the same room a...
Tags: Psychology, General, Relationships, Habits, Happiness, Research, Self-help, Creativity, Jane Austen, Oakland, Gratitude, Mental Health And Wellness, Appreciation, Health-related, Thoughtfulness, Carter


This Week’s Shows: Dec. 30 – Jan. 5

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Cracker/Camper Van Beethoven, ModPods, Stilljill, Alien Ant Farm, Guided by Voices, Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra, TR/ST, Poolside, Megan Thee Stallion, Dām-Funk, George Clanton, the Tearaways, Sugaray Rayford, YG, Swamp Dogg, Mickey Avalon, Los Lobos, Kristin Chenoweth, Sahara Grim, Califone, T.S.O.L., the Graylings, Ariel Beesley, Black Crystal Wolf Kids, Together Pangea, Model/Actriz, Netherfriends, Los Stellarians, Redacted Fest, Viernes 13, the Gems, No Age, Ki...
Tags: Preview, Aidan Gallagher, Alien Ant Farm, Ariel Beesley, Bino Rideaux, Black Crystal Wolf Kids, Califone, Camper Van Beethoven, Cracker, Dam-Funk, Epica, Eric Davis, Featured, George Clanton, Guided by Voices, Guitar Shorty


This Week’s Shows: Dec. 23-29

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: Royalties, Horse the Band, Daniel Lanois, Aceyalone, the Only Ocean, Dead & Company, Brainstory, Post Life, Spafford, Black Mike, Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton, Poolside. the English Beat, Sublime With Rome, Los Lobos, Deorro, the Aquabats, the Red Pears, Breathing Effect, MOMMA, SadGirl, Programmed for Pleasure, the Higgs, the Bash Dogs, Lagwagon, Bonavega, Bino Rideaux Los Angeles concerts for the week: Monday, Dec. 23 CeCe Winans at the Walt Disney Concert Hall Cer...
Tags: Music, Featured, Los Angeles, Rome, Belfast, Richard, Preview, Alex, Continental, Royalties, Maui, Dead Company, Thatcher, Cece Winans, Los Lobos, Brainstory


Salzburger Nockerl

When I saw the cover of Alpine Cooking, before it came out, it quickly rose to the top of the list of books I needed to get my hands on. I was fortunate to get a preview when I was asked to write a quote for the book jacket, and was thrilled to find the inside of the book was even more compelling than the cover. While it’s hard to compete with the Matterhorn, pictures of locals contemplating a melted cheese sandwich, or a wooden châlet terrace with place settings soon to be heaped with hearty m...
Tags: Food, France, Recipe, Austria, Recipes, Meredith, Vanilla, Jam, Meringue, Souffle, Egg Whites, Meredith Erickson, Custards, Italy Austria Switzerland, Alpine Cooking, Bärenwirt Tavern


This Week’s Shows: Dec. 16-22

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: All Time Low, DIIV, Joel Taylor, Robert Francis, Colyer, SiR, Whispertown, James Vickery, LA Takedown, Rooney, UMI, the Habits, Waterparks, Il Divo, DaBaby, Kiefer Sutherland, Sebastian, Hellyeah, Ezra Collective, Zealyn, Chris Isaak, Hepa.Titus, X, the Milk Carton Kids, Jaden & Willow, Ozma, Lola Kirke, Ginger Root, Teddy Swims, Fatlip, Thursday, Shoreline Mafia, the Grouch, Eric Bellinger, Anita Baker, the Growlers, My Chemical Romance, Quitapenas, Francisca Vale...
Tags: Preview, Adam Lambert, Alain Whyte, All Time Low, Anita Baker, Ariana Grande, Batushka, Bleachers, Chris Isaak, Colyer, DaBaby, Diiv, Eric Bellinger, Ezra Collective, Ezra Furman, Fatlip


Non-Binary Authors to Read November/December 2019

Non-Binary Authors To Read is a regular column from A.C. Wise highlighting non-binary authors of speculative fiction and recommending a starting place for their work. L.X. Beckett is a Toronto-based author, and my recommended starting place for their work is Gamechanger. In the Bounceback generation, humanity is recovering from the environmental and social damage done by prior generations. Everyone is networked, every move and conversation recorded for the sake ...
Tags: Books, France, Book Reviews, Toronto, Kit, Gimlet, Ibrahim, Beckett, Jam, Lucille, Lumi, National Book Foundation, Abdou, Rubi, Mamadou, Gamechanger


Black Keys Enlist Fellow Ohioan Joe Walsh for Jam at L.A. Show

“Cuyahoga River Way” doesn’t have quite the same ring as “Rocky Mountain Way,” but some of northeast Ohio’s most famous rock heroes met up (and celebrated another, lesser known one) in Los Angeles Tuesday night, when the Black Keys were joined on stage at the Forum by Joe Walsh. The Cleveland-Akron summit encompassed two songs […]
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Black Keys, Dan Auerbach, Joe Walsh, Jam, Cleveland Akron, Cuyahoga River Way, Rocky Mountain Way


Bacon Jam

One thing that’s great about the European Union is that it helps me explain the United States to Europeans. America is so big that France could fit inside Texas, and explaining the difference between California and Tennessee could be compared to the wide expanse between two diverse cultures, and like Denmark and Greece. I didn’t grow up eating food from the American south; in New England we had lobsters and corn-on-the-cob, not collard greens, okra, and sorghum syrup. (Although once I discovere...
Tags: Food, Chef, Texas, Greece, California, France, America, European Union, United States, Tennessee, Recipes, Denmark, Bacon, Sean Brock, New England, South


4 things to do at Southern California casinos this week (Nov. 1-7)

Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa Rancho Mirage  If you’re looking to take in a little bit of funky soul this weekend, look no further than Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa, where Tower of Power and Average White Band will perform. Tower of Power formed in Oakland in the late 1960s and became known for a sound that incorporates, soul, pop and rock. Some of their popular songs include “So Very Hard To Go,” “Don’t Change Horses” and “You’re Still A Young Man.” Across the pond in Scotland is where sou...
Tags: Hong Kong, Scotland, Casinos, NFL, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, Kansas, Nashville, Oakland, Southern California, Jam, Martha, Tower of Power, Coachella Valley


Ants: Jam-free traffic champions

Whether they occur on holiday routes or the daily commute, traffic jams affect cars as well as pedestrians. Scientists have demonstrated that ant colonies, however, are spared these problems and circulate easily, even in the event of extremely dense traffic, thus ensuring consistent efficiency in their foraging.
Tags: Jam


Thumbprint Cookies

Thumbprint cookies are classic buttery, rich holiday cookies filled with jam. This easy recipe is a hit every single time. Whether you make raspberry thumbprint cookies, chocolate, or strawberry, you can’t go wrong. What Are Thumbprint Cookies? Thumbprint cookies are soft butter cookies that have a divot in the center (made by pressing your thumb into the dough). The divot is typically filled with jam.Read the full article here
Tags: Christmas, Baking, Oatmeal, Jam, Cookies & Brownies


Homemade Cranberry Jam in Ten Minutes

It is so easy to make cranberry jam – it’s done in ten minutes! Plus, this homemade jam is sweet and tart and wonderful on bread, as a filling for sandwich cookies, and in cakes and cupcakes. People tend to think that making jam is a huge ordeal. You’ll be shocked to see just how simple it is. Homemade Jam Making Myths – Debunked You need fresh fruit to make jam. Just about everyone I know who makes jam has a garden. They make jam to squirrel away the summer’s bounty in jars for enjoyment al...
Tags: Baking, Cranberry, Condiments, Jam, Cranberry Jam


We drove a $98,000 Audi RS-5 Sportback to find out if this high-tech speed demon is as good as advertised. Here's the verdict.

I tested a $98,000 Audi RS 5 Sportback sedan, a car that combines stunning performance with four-door versatility. The RS 5 now has a twin-turbo V6 in place of the old RS 5's V8, but the new motor makes just five fewer horsepower than the old engine. The RS 5 Sportback is also jammed with tech. The Audi RS 5 Sportback, as tested, wasn't cheap — but it was stunning. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. When it comes to high-performance, luxury sedans, we're spoiled. BMW's M-Spor...
Tags: Facebook, New York, New York City, US, Trends, New Jersey, Manhattan, Bmw, Audi, Hyde, Jam, Mercedes AMG, New York New Jersey, Sportback, MMI, Sonoma Green Metallic


Uber's historic loss, Lyft's abysmal month, Pinterest's earnings disaster: Why the white-hot IPO market is full of duds (UBER, PINS, BYND, ZM, LK, LYFT)

The US initial-public-offering market has been packed with high-profile debuts of all sizes this year. But some of the most widely anticipated launches have faltered in their early days of trading. At the heart of the poor showings are companies' unclear paths to profitability and an uncertain economic backdrop, according to analysts and investment advisors. Visit Markets Insider's homepage for more stories. On the surface, the US initial-public-offering market is sizzling. Jam-packed with b...
Tags: Facebook, Lyft, New York, Minneapolis, China, Ipo, US, Trends, Starbucks, Dealogic, Gibbs, Davidson, Jam, PagerDuty, Loup Ventures, Tom Forte


George C. Wolfe to receive SDC Director Award at the Chita Rivera Awards on May 19 at NYU

George C. Wolfe www.ChitaRiveraAwards.com Presented by the NYC Dance Alliance Foundation, Inc. on May 19 at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts 566 LAGUARDIA PLACE (OFF WASHINGTON SQUARE PARK)   TICKETS NOW ON SALE Legendary Broadway director and four time Tony® Award Winner George C. Wolfe (Angels In America, The Normal Heart, Bring in 'Da Noise..., Jelly's Last Jam)will receive the SDC Director Award for exemplary collaboration with choreo...
Tags: Hbo, Religion, America, Los Angeles, United States, Broadway, Magic Mike, Cher, Naacp, New York Public Library, Laguardia, Abbott, Nyu, Off Broadway, Tony, Caroline


KUBE 93’s Summer Jam concert returns with YG, Miguel and more

With KUBE 93 back on Seattle airwaves, the hip-hop station's annual Summer Jam concert returns, moving inside to the Tacoma Dome.
Tags: Music, News, Entertainment, Seattle, Miguel, KUBE, Jam