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Thursday round-up

Briefly: At The Daily Caller, Kevin Daley notes that “Chief Justice John Roberts has made common cause with the Supreme Court’s liberal bloc as late, breaking with his conservative colleagues on cases relating to abortion, the death penalty and President Donald Trump’s revised rules for asylum seekers,” and that “[i]n isolation, it’s difficult to know what to make of the chief’s votes.” In an op-ed for Fox News, Kristen Waggoner hopes that the recent settlement between Colorado and Christian ba...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Colorado, Indiana, Atlantic, Fox News, Christian, Illinois, Donald Trump, Madison, Round-up, John Roberts, International Finance Corporation, Jam, NLRA, Marbury


Wednesday round-up

At The George Washington Law Review’s On the Docket blog, Ralph Steinhardt discusses Jam v. International Finance Corporation, in which the court held that international organizations have the same immunity from lawsuits that foreign countries currently have and can therefore be sued in U.S. courts for their commercial activities, suggesting that the case “may be understood as a continuation of the effort to hold intergovernmental organizations accountable for violations of international law, wi...
Tags: New York, Supreme Court, Law, New York City, America, New York Times, American Legion, Round-up, Lyle Denniston, International Finance Corporation, Jam, Adam Feldman, Department of Commerce, Brunetti, Bladensburg, Goldstein Russell


LeBron James catches Michael Jordan after a lifelong pursuit

LOS ANGELES — Click. Click. Click. In his right hand, LeBron James clicked a tape cutter while he spoke for 12 minutes after the Lakers’ 115-99 loss to the Denver Nuggets. For all of James’ tics and rituals, he rarely fidgets. “I am sorry that I am clicking this thing a lot but it’s keeping me calm,” James said. “It’s just, it’s just… you guys have no idea, man.” James was talking about Michael Jordan, the man whose shadow makes the 34-year-old star feel like a kid again. Even as James eclipsed ...
Tags: Germany, Sports, Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Michael Jordan, Nba, Jesus, Espn, Jordan, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland, Michael


Thursday round-up

Briefly: For The New York Times, Adam Liptak reports that “a group of hip-hop stars, including Chance the Rapper, Meek Mill, Killer Mike, Yo Gotti, Fat Joe and 21 Savage,” filed a brief yesterday “urg[ing] the Supreme Court to hear their fellow rapper’s First Amendment challenge to his conviction” “for threatening police officers — in a song.” At SCOTUS OA, Tonja Jacobi and Matthew Sag predict a 6-3 win for the proponents of the Peace Cross in The American Legion v. American Humanist Associatio...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Indiana, Atlantic, Liberty, New York Times, Davis, Chevron, Round-up, Thomas, International Finance Corporation, Adam Liptak, Jam, Loos, Stephen Breyer, Breyer


Wednesday round-up

At The Daily Caller, Kevin Daley reports that “Christian baker Jack Phillips and the Colorado Civil Rights Commission … have resolved a legal dispute that set Phillips’ religious beliefs against the state’s public accommodations law”; the settlement “provides that the Commission will close an ongoing anti-discrimination probe of Phillips’s Masterpiece Cakeshop,” the subject of a high-profile Supreme Court case last term, “if Phillips withdraws a federal lawsuit alleging state officials were subj...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Court, America, United States, New Jersey, Commission, North Carolina, Chevron, Economist, American Legion, Round-up, Copyright Office, Mark Joseph Stern, Phillips, International Finance Corporation


Monday round-up

Steven Mazie reports at The Economist that the oral argument last week in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association, an establishment clause challenge to a World War I memorial shaped like a cross on public property, “added credence to the widespread hunch that the Supreme Court will save the Peace Cross[:] The question is how bold the justices will be.” At his eponymous blog, Ed Mannino notes that several justices expressed disapproval of “the highly-criticized three-part test set fo...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, America, West Virginia, Cnn, Npr, Lemon, American Legion, Round-up, John Roberts, The Supreme Court, Roberts, International Finance Corporation, Nina Totenberg, Jam


Oor Wullie The North End Bash Street Kids

In my last blog I concentrated on the new kid on the block in Dundee. The masses are gravitating to the redeveloped waterfront but there is of course so much more to see. They say Dundee grew on the back of the 3 Js Jute Journalism and Jam and p
Tags: Travel, Dundee, Jam, Js Jute Journalism


Thursday round-up

Amy Howe covers yesterday’s oral argument in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association, an establishment clause challenge to a World War I memorial shaped like a cross on public property, for this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court. For The New York Times, Adam Liptak reports that the court “seemed ready … to allow a 40-foot cross honoring soldiers who died in World War I to remain in place on public land in Maryland.” For , Jess Bravin reports that the “justice...
Tags: Usa, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Washington, India, Alabama, America, Bloomberg, Cnn, Atlantic, United States, Idaho, New York Times, Houston


Live blog of opinions with Casetext’s Pablo Arredondo (Update: Completed)

Pablo Arredondo joined us to live-blog about recent developments in legal technology and A.I. The Supreme Court released their opinions in Madison v. Alabama, Garza v. Idaho and Jam v. International Finance Corp. SCOTUSblog is sponsored by Casetext: A more intelligent way to search the law.  The post Live blog of opinions with Casetext’s Pablo Arredondo (Update: Completed) appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Live, Idaho, Madison, Casetext, Jam, International Finance Corp, Pablo Arredondo, Alabama Garza


HAUNT's New Song "Defender" Is A NWOBHM-Styled, High Flyin' Jam

Trevor Church does it again. The post HAUNT's New Song "Defender" Is A NWOBHM-Styled, High Flyin' Jam appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, New Music, Jam, Haunt, Trevor Church


‘Space Jam 2’ Set for Summer 2021, ‘Godzilla vs Kong’ Moves Up to Avoid ‘Fast and Furious 9’

After years of fans demanding that a sequel to Space Jam be made with LeBron James (in a continued effort to compare him to Michael Jordan, the true greatest NBA player of all-time), Warner Bros. Pictures has finally set a summer 2021 release date for the live-action and animation hybrid. But at the same time, the studio isn’t too confident that two of cinema’s most revered movie monsters going head-to-head in will be enough to contend with Vin Diesel and the crew of Fast and Furious 9. Godzill...
Tags: Movies, Michael Jordan, Reddit, Nba, Jordan, Lebron James, Warner Bros, Godzilla, Ryan Coogler, Warner Brothers, Michael, Vin Diesel, Michael B Jordan, Kong, Jam, Warner Bros Pictures


LeBron James’ Space Jam 2 gets an official release date

LeBron James has brought on Black Panther director Ryan Coogler to produce his upcoming Space Jam sequel, with Terence Nance attached to direct the film. Space Jam 2 is expected to hit theaters in July 2021. The post LeBron James’ Space Jam 2 gets an official release date appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Home Theater, Lebron James, Justin Lin, Ryan Coogler, Jam, Looney Tunes, Movies & TV, Space Jam 2, Andrew Dodge, Terence Nance, LeBron James ' Space Jam


Grapefruit Vermouth Marmalade

When I arrived in Paris, I was surprised to see pink grapefruits as objects of such adulation. Métro billboard ads extolled the virtues of pink grapefruits, with ones from Texas being the most prized. Of course, it was a marketing campaign, but those grapefruits are rather good. When I lived in California, we didn’t just have grapefruits, we had everything, from Oroblancos, to tangelos and pomelos. In the past few years, places such as Terroirs d’Avenir in Paris, which supply us with French-gr...
Tags: Food, Texas, California, Recipe, Paris, Recipes, Sweet Vermouth, Metro, Citrus, Marmalade, Jams, Jam, Grapefruit, Vermouth, Pink Grapefruit, Dolin


Wait. You’re Not Reading the Spreadshop Forum?

The Spreadshop Forum is a veritable treasure trove of information that can do nothing but help you along the path to Spreadshop success. Jam-packed with information, the forum is an open exchange of literally everything Spreadshop. Explain “Everything” Though moderated by some of , the forum’s real engine is you, the Spreadshop Owner. As the “boots on the ground”, you are running the inside track of a Spreadshop Owner’s daily existence. The sharing and discussing of your insights and info,...
Tags: Jam, T-shirts, Spreadshop, Spreadshop Forum Bear


Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield In Talks For Jesus Was My Homeboy

Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield in talks for Jesus Was My Homeboy The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that Black Panther‘s Daniel Kaluuya and Atlanta‘s Lakeith Stanfield have entered talks to star in the upcoming Fred Hampton biopic Jesus Was My Homeboy, which is being produced by Panther director Ryan Coogler. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; ...
Tags: Movies, Atlanta, Fbi, Chicago, Netflix, Jesus, Creed, Ryan Coogler, Hampton, Jam, Hollywood Reporter, Panthers, Fred Hampton, Donald Glover, Coogler, Jordan Peele


New Wave: Turning Rebellion into Money

None "Don't Call it Punk." -- Seymour Stein, President of Sire Records, 1977. Few today would use the expression "New Wave" to describe early '70s proto-punk bands like the Stooges and the New York Dolls, but it was for them that the term was initially applied in the music papers. Later, when media outlets began covering the CBGB bands, the label lingered, often used interchangeably with "punk". Soon the British media were also oscillating between the two tags in describing their home-grown...
Tags: Feature, The Clash, Music, UK, US, Mtv, Punk, David Bowie, Paul Mccartney, Elvis Costello, Sex Pistols, Music History, Duran Duran, Paul Weller, University Of Michigan, Cbgb


Pierce Brosnan Attached to Star In Renny Harlin’s The Misfits

Pierce Brosnan attached to star in Renny Harlin’s The Misfits The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that The Son star Pierce Brosnan has signed on to star in the upcoming Middle East heist film The Misfits from action director Renny Harlin (Cliffhanger). PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapp...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Amc, Middle East, James Bond, Abu Dhabi, Mia, Jumeirah, Jam, Pierce Brosnan, Brosnan, Jamie Chung, ComingSoon, Movie News, The Misfits, Etihad Towers


How to Make Pink Drinks for Every Palate

There is no such thing as a “girly” drink. There are sweet drinks, bitter drinks, fruity drinks, and stiff drinks, but the gender of a drink will always be fluid. Even pink drinks (which the unimaginative are quick to label as “girly”) are just that—pink. Just as color is not indicative of gender, it’s also fairly…Read more...
Tags: Drinks, Fruit, Cocktails, Pink, Lifehacks, Campari, Valentines Day, Jam, Aperol


Inside Look at Tony Hawk's Skate Jam Game UI Design & Process

Inside Look at Tony Hawk's Skate Jam Game UI Design & Process AoiroStudioFeb 06, 2019 Our pals from Adobe XD have shared a story with a recent collaboration between the legendary Tony Hawk and the team over Maple Media for his new game Skate Jam. Now tackling the mobile game's world, Tony Hawk’s Skate Jam is now out on iOS and Android. Using Adobe XD for the design process, we are following their journey at designing for a dozen of screen sizes, countless dif...
Tags: Design, David, Tony Hawk, Tony, Jam, Brazil Brazil, Maple Media, David Bos, Xiaoxuan Sally Liu, Xiaoxuan


How to be wildly successful—on your terms

Most of us want to do work that matters—meaningfulness for our hearts, and something that moves the people forward. And we believe in financial sovereignty—for everyone. If you’ve been trying to turn your business or art into a profitable vehicle that makes a difference in the world, I’m all in to help make that happen. There is Soul work involved. There are no shortcuts. But, I’ve got some stories and ideas that could help with learning curves and obstacles… FREE 16-DAY SERIES The ...
Tags: Business, Entrepreneurship, Inspiration, Success, Workshop, Cash Flow, Nancy, Creatives, Jam, Lindsay, Danielle LaPorte, Delete, Visioneering, For Fire Starters, Fire Starter Sessions, Audio Course


GREEN LUNG's New Song "Let The Devil In" Is A Heavy, Psych-Rock Stoner Jam

It's not your typical stoner jam. The post GREEN LUNG's New Song "Let The Devil In" Is A Heavy, Psych-Rock Stoner Jam appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, New Music, Jam, Green Lung


Use Jam to Make Any Booze Morning-Appropriate

Jam is a constant on most breakfast tables, but one usually finds it on toast, not in cocktails. Beyond boosting your bread and butter, really good fruit preserves can sweeten and mellow almost any cocktail, giving it a friendly, welcoming vibe that’s perfect for a.m.-imbibing.Read more...
Tags: Brunch, Breakfast, Cocktails, Booze, Lifehacks, Jam, 3 Ingredient Happy Hour


Jam out in hi-fi style with the 25 best playlists on Spotify

Music is the world's most potent drug, and the best playlists on Spotify will make you catch feelings. We've scoured the service for its top collections, and brought them together in one place -- for you. The post Jam out in hi-fi style with the 25 best playlists on Spotify appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Spotify, Music, Trends, Jam, Dt Playlists, Best Spotify Playlists, Top Ten Playlists


Reggaeton Star Nicky Jam Joins ‘Bad Boys’ Sequel (EXCLUSIVE)

Reggaeton sensation Nicky Jam is set to join the cast of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence’s upcoming “Bad Boys” sequel, “Bad Boys for Life.” Jam, who will play one of the villains in the Sony pic, joins series newcomers Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Charles Melton, Jacob Scipio, DJ Khaled, and Paola Nuñez. Joe Pantoliano will return […]
Tags: News, Sony, Will Smith, Jam, Nicky Jam, Martin Lawrence, Bad Boys For Life, Paola Nuñez Joe Pantoliano


My 12 Favorite Hostels in Bangkok in 2019

Posted: 1/10/2019 | January 10th, 2019 Bangkok is a wonderful city full of history, gorgeous temples, and excitement. It’s an excellent place for travelers, as there is a lot to do and see here. It is one of my favorite cities in the entire world, and I can never get enough of it! Stick me in a Thai market surrounded by food stalls and I’m a happy man! Bangkok is the hub for travel in Southeast Asia, and chances are you’re likely to pass through it on your travels around the region. The city ha...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Southeast Asia, Thailand, Bangkok, Green House, Chang, Henry David Thoreau, Walden, Jam, Khao San Road, Bangkok Tree House, NomadicMatt, Don t Forget Travel Insurance Travel, Depth Budget Guide, Bella Bella House


NASCAR’s Logano, Truex Jr. and Suarez satisfied with testing at Auto Club Speedway

The 2019 Southern California racing season opened this week at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana as three NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series drivers spent two days testing, getting a taste of the new rules package. Joey Logano, who won the driving title last season, was on the track along with Martin Truex Jr. and Daniel Suarez. Truex, winner of last spring’s Auto Club 400, finished second to Logano and then made the jump to Joe Gibbs Racing when Furniture Row Racing ceased operations. Suarez is drivi...
Tags: Nbc, California, Sports, Sport, Indianapolis, Soccer, Long Beach, Las Vegas, Honda, Monterey, Eddie, Kurt Busch, Nascar, Suarez, Truex, Calvin


Glaze Roasted Meats With Mustard and Jam

There are so many good jams, jellies, and preserved fruit spreads in this world, it can be easy to accumulate quite a collection. (At any given time, I have three to five Bonne Maman jars in my fridge.) Though these fruity beauties are perfect on nothing more than good bread, they can also be used to make a bomb (bonne…Read more...
Tags: Meat, Chicken, Lifehacks, Mustard, Jelly, Jam, Sauce, 2 Ingredient


Ontario Flyer Sneak Peeks January 10th – 16th: No Frills, Food Basics, and Freshco

Tuesday has rolled around again, and that mean we have some flyer sneak peeks for you. Click the links below and you will be directed to the complete No Frills, Freshco, and Food Basics flyers on out forum, valid for the week of January the 10th to the 16. Here are some of the highlights from each of the flyers: Freshco Mushrooms 3/$5 Vachon Snack Cakes $2 Green Sweet Bell Peppers or Green Beans $2/lb Doritos $2 2L Coca-Cola Products $1 Smucker’s Jam or Nutella $3 VH Sauces $2 Iogo Yogurt Tubs...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Ontario, Allen, Jam, Smucker, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Food Basics, Freshco, No frills, Piller, Coca Cola Products, Mazola Oil, Iogo Yogurt Tubs, Pork Loin, Vachon Snack Cakes


‘Space Jam’ Sequel ‘Skate Jam’ Almost Happened, Starring Tony Hawk

A Space Jam sequel is currently in the works with LeBron James in the lead, but at one point, we almost had a very different follow-up. According to skateboard legend Tony Hawk, Warner Bros. approached him in the early 2000s to star in a film called Skate Jam, which would presumably feature the Looney Tunes characters riding skateboards and saying things like “Sick shred, bro! Now hit the halfpipe!” Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately?), the box office failure of Looney Tunes: Back in Action ...
Tags: Movies, Animation, Michael Jordan, Lebron James, Tony Hawk, Warner Bros, Jackie Chan, Ryan Coogler, Warner Brothers, Hawk, Jeff Gordon, Jam, Looney Tunes, Warners, Space Jam 2, Space-Jam


Flesh and Ink: A Century of Live-Action/Animation Hybrids

Mary Poppins Returns isn’t just the return of a beloved character. The film is a throwback to filmmaking styles of yesteryear, where films could be frothy and whimsical excuses to simply have a nice time. But it’s also notable for its inclusion of a technique rarely seen today, and indeed across cinema: the blending of live-action footage with traditional animation. Incredibly, the earliest example of the live-action/animation hybrid is also the earliest example of animation of any kind. ...
Tags: Europe, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Features, Animation, Michael Jordan, Jordan, Terry Gilliam, Robert Zemeckis, Ralph Bakshi, Walt Disney, Alice, Dick Van Dyke, Dante, David Lowery