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Jason Collins announces retirement at Barclays Center

NBA NBA center Jason Collins, the first openly gay active athlete in the four major U.S. pro sports, is announcing his retirement on Wednesday, he wrote in a story for Sports Illustrated. Collins, most recently of the Nets, has yet to take the court this season. He played 22 games for the Nets in the 2013-14 season. MORE: Openly gay athletes across sports”It has been 18 exhilarating months since I came out in Sports Illustrated as the first openly gay man in one of the four major professiona...
Tags: Travel, NFL, Barclays, Nba, Associated Press, Sports Illustrated, Jason Collins, Nets, Jason, Collins, Michael Sam, Robbie Rogers, Barclays Center, Jason Kidd, NFL NHL, Derrick Gordon


CSUN interim men’s basketball coach Trent Johnson has his work cut out for him

A lot has changed since 2001. That’s the last time Trent Johnson was in The Matadome at Cal State Northridge. At the time, Johnson was embarking on his third season at Nevada as a first-time NCAA Division I men’s basketball coach. The Wolf Pack played their season opener in the San Fernando Valley that winter. Twenty years later, after stops at high-major programs Stanford, LSU and TCU, Johnson is now the head coach of the Matadors. The school hired him on an interim basis July 20. “I’m always t...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, College sports, Ncaa, Nevada, Johnson, Pasadena, North Carolina, TCU, Jason, Louisville, Southern California, Mike


These Two Frankenstein Movies Are Likely Lost Forever — Here's Why

As the inventor of the science-fiction novel and a certifiable bisexual icon, Mary Shelley's unmeasurable influence on the horror genre as we know it continues even today. Published in 1818, the story of "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus" has been told and re-told countless times ensuring Frankenstein's bolt-necked walking patchwork corpse creation would be one of the most iconic and recognizable faces in horror history.But that bolt neck appearance we all know and love? That's a style ch...
Tags: Europe, New York, Movies, Georgia, Italy, Guillermo Del Toro, Manhattan, Universal, Jason, Benito Mussolini, Savannah, Jacksonville Florida, Frankie, Frankenstein, Dracula, St Augustine


Hot in here: Jeremy Lin torches the Spurs, gets photobombed by Nelly

NBA null Basketball null The Hornets got a big win Monday with a boost from Jeremy Lin, and no one was more excited about it than Nelly.The Hornets beat the Spurs 91-88 at ho...
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NFL: 'The kid's got skills' - Jason & Osi analyse rookie quarterback Mac Jones

Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora analyse New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones after an impressive debut against the Miami Dolphins in the NFL.
Tags: News, New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins, Jason, Osi Umenyiora, OSI, Jason Bell, Mac Jones


The Purge Creator James DeMonaco Made A Movie About The Glory Of Rocky III [Interview]

Rocky Balboa is a God in writer/director James DeMonaco's new film "This is the Night." The coming-of-age story focuses on a landmark event in (movie) history: the opening day of "Rocky III." The kids, the parents, and everyone on Staten Island was ready for it. People leave the film inspired and ready to take on the world, which kicks off a night of ups and downs in DeMonaco's film.For DeMonaco, though, "Rocky III" is also a stand-in for any great film that leaves someone walking out of a theat...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Stephen King, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, Mel Brooks, Jason, Larry David, Warriors, Dude, Stallone, Todd, Rocky, Bobby


The 15 Best Final Girls In Horror Movies Ranked

While horror films have been around for several decades, the term "final girl" was coined more recently than most people may think. Originally created in 1992 by author Carol J. Clover in her book "Men, Women, and Chainsaws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film," the term refers to a common trope in horror movies in which the last female character(s) alive confront and defeat or escape the killer, essentially becoming the only people left to tell the story.  Characteristics of a final girl include a...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Brooke Shields, Aliens, Connor, Norwood, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason, Kristen, Sarah, Nancy, Alice, Rooney Mara, Emilia Clarke


Backtrack: A replica XR750 tracker from Gasoline

There are a handful of classics out there that look amazingly ‘right.’ In that category, we’d put machines like the Norton Manx, the Moto Guzzi Le Mans, and the early Honda CB750s and Kawasaki Zeds. In the V-twin world the Harley-Davidson XR750 fits into that category. But it didn’t just look good: it was also one of the most successful race bikes of all time. The XR750 won an incredible 29 AMA Grand National Championships, and garnered even more fame as the weapon of choice for Evel Knievel...
Tags: Facebook, Minnesota, Australia, EFI, Motorcycles, Honda, Firestone, Jason, Harley-davidson, Sean Taylor, Ama, Harley, Kellermann, Custom Motorcycles, Motogadget, Harley-Davidson Sportster


Take A Tour Of The Ghostbusters: Afterlife Set With Adam Savage

Have you heard of Adam Savage's "Tested" channel on YouTube? The one where he crafts One Day Builds of replica spacesuits and Lego automatas? Or where he tells stories of his early days building props at Industrial Light & Magic? If not, you're missing out on some geeky goodness -- the kind that encourages creativity and ingenuity mixed with your favorite art!A member of the Ghostbusters set decor team gave the former "Mythbusters" host a tour of their interior set (whose exterior set was also u...
Tags: Movies, News, Alex Smith, Jason, Adam Savage, Adam, Harold Ramis, Egon, Reitman, Ivan Reitman, SlashFilm, ECTO, Aykroyd, Annie Potts, Janine Melnitz, Tinseltown Savage


The Geek in Review Ep. 130 – Mary O’Carroll – The Power of Community in Driving Change

Ironclad ‘s Chief Community Officer, Mary O’Carroll , has spent the past two decades bringing business acumen to the legal industry. In an industry run by lawyers, most of whom had little to no business training, Mary points out that it is logical that legal ops teams are needed to be the right-hand people in helping lawyers in the business process. Her experience with Orrick, Google, CLOC, and now Ironclad has one common thread, and that is the need to drive change. Mary says that it is ju...
Tags: Google, Europe, Podcast, UK, Law, Australia, China, Singapore, Uncategorized, US, Data, Silicon Valley, Jason, General Counsel, Thomson Reuters, Contracts


The 20 Best 2000s Horror Movies Ranked

After the bountiful harvest the decade before, horror films fell into somewhat of a rut in the '90s. It was an era that saw the long overdue death of a number of once-lucrative franchises like Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th, thanks to sequels with lessening box office returns. However, a resurgence began with the dawn of the new millennium. With the emergence of digital film technology and affordable computing power, films were cheaper to make, while the internet was a brand new fro...
Tags: Movies, Slashfilm


Ted Lasso Cast And Writers Just Earned A Well-Deserved Pay Raise

"Ted Lasso" spent the past two years capturing hearts (and occasionally breaking them), quickly becoming one of the most popular series on Apple TV+. So as audiences tearfully approach the season 2 finale, Lasso fans are probably wondering what comes next. Well good news, season 3 has been confirmed for over a year now — and even better, the creative team behind the show is getting a serious pay raise for all their hard work.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the cast, writers and producers ju...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, News, Warner Bros, Jason Sudeikis, Cw, Jason, Richmond, Hunt, Keeley, Bill Lawrence, Warner Bros TV, Goldstein, Lasso, Sudeikis


HITEC TV: A chat with Jason Floyd of Infor - How the Past Has Influenced the Future

Jason Floyd started out his career serving in the US Army, then he was grasped by the hospitality bug. For over 24 years, Jason has been committed to the hotel technology industry assisting hoteliers to find better ways to utilize technology to enhance revenues, guest expectations and service. This 30-minute interview offers insights into Jason’s background, his passion for our industry and how Infor is positioned to deliver primary multiple platforms (PMS, CRS, RMS, F&B, etc.) to the glo...
Tags: Travel, US Army, Jason, HITEC, Infor, Jason Floyd


SF Book Review – Part 38: The Long Winter and Moar

I’m still catching up with recent SF reading and I figure it’s best to get this out before the Six Weeks of Halloween revs up. This post covers stuff I read from June right up until last week, so we’re pretty much caught up. Naturally, we’ll cover some horror books during the 6WH, so it may be a while before returning to SF proper. Anywho, let’s get to it: First up is the Long Winter Trilogy: Winter World, by A.G. Riddle – A new, inexplicable ice age has descended upon earth. Desperate...
Tags: Science Fiction, Movies, Earth, Mars, Jason, Wilson, Riddle, Zachary Quinto, Diane, Tyler, John Scalzi, MOAR, Peter Clines, Scalzi, Jack Mcdevitt, Blake Crouch


Don’t Look Up Teaser & Photos: Leonardo DiCaprio Leads Netflix’s All-Star Pic

Netflix has finally dropped the first Don’t Look Up teaser trailer for Adam McKay’s upcoming star-studded sci-fi black comedy film, which will be led by Oscar winners Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jennifer Lawrence. The highly-anticipated film is currently slated to arrive in select theaters on December 10 and will be available for streaming on December 24. The teaser, which you can check out below along with the first-look photos, begins with a very anxious Leonardo DiCaprio, whose character is seemin...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Sci-fi, Netflix, Ariana Grande, Meryl Streep, Leonardo Dicaprio, Streaming, Jack, Cate Blanchett, Jonah Hill, Jason, Randall, Mount Everest


Nation Radio introduces new strapline and station sound

All Nation Radio stations are set to introduce a new strapline and air new imaging produced by TM Studios in America. The jingles are already on air across South and West Wales and will be rolled out across Nation’s sister stations throughout September, including Nation Radio UK and Nation Radio Scotland. There are also custom themes for Nation 70s, 80s and 90s, and a new sound for Nation Love and Nation Rocks to be debuted. The jingles accentuate Nation’s new positioning statement; “Get That...
Tags: Europe, UK, America, Production, Radio, Nation, Jason, South, Chris, Stevens, Neil, west Wales, Station News, Nation Radio, Jason Bryant, Devaweb


Dolphins' Jason fires first shot at twin brother Devin of the Patriots

For three seasons, there was peace and quiet in the family while Jason also played for the Patriots. The 2018 season ended with the brothers celebrating a Super Bowl victory together. But when Jason jumped to Miami via free agency in May,
Tags: News, Miami, Jason, Devin, Dolphins Jason


How to keep scammers from infiltrating your text messages and making a fortune

For fractions of pennies, scammers can make hundreds or thousands of dollars from people clicking malicious links in text messages. Marianne Ayala/Insider Scammers can exploit vulnerabilities in the phone system to blast dangerous links to your phone. Insider got a look behind the scenes at an operation thwarting the scammers. Scammers can make a significant payload off a small investment. Here's how to stop them. See more stories on Insider's business page. They're designed to...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Verizon, News, Fcc, Russia, US, America, Trends, Walmart, Spam, Netflix, United States, Social Security, Ohio, Department Of Justice


Vamp or Not? The Village in the Woods

This is a British folk horror directed by Raine McCormack and released in 2019. It captures, really well, that sense of Uncanny with the protagonists kept off kilter by the familiar feeling distinctly unfamiliar, a sense of decay and the feeling that they have stepped into the past. It plays with the idea of faerie – in the mist shrouded village that defies escape. There are elements, like the little “corn” dolls, which might tie into a deeper lore, unexplored, but are window dressing for the ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Rebecca, Charles, Jason, Arthur, Nikki, Amazon UK, Vampire, Fae, Raine McCormack, Phill Martin, Nikki Beth Park, Jason Robert Vernon, Coopers Cross They, Maddy Therese Bradley


Sub 70 Golf Update: New Additions and a Look Forward

Sub 70 Golf Update – Key Takeaways New releases from this summer include the 799 super game-improvement irons. The company has also added five new putters and the new 849 Pro driver. A draw-biased version comes out this fall along with a new line of fairway woods. Three years into its journey, Sub 70 Golf is knee-deep in idioms. You could say the company is hitting its stride and is on a roll. It’s been growing by leaps and bounds as savvy, bargain-hunting golfers jump on the bandwagon. And w...
Tags: Sport, Golf, James Bond, Las Vegas, Jay, Jason, Alexa, Sgi, Armour, CNC, Tommy, WB, Justin Thomas, Ben Hogan, Tommy Armour III, MyGolfSpy


Here's What To Expect From Upcoming Paramount Shows Guilty Party, The Game, And More

Paramount+ has been running for about six months, and the streaming platform continues to grow. During their TCA presentation today, they touted some of the original content coming to the service. One of the panels focused on "Star Trek: Prodigy," which discussed the upcoming series and also revealed the main title sequence along with first looks at the two main villains, voiced by Jimmi Simpson and John Noble. The actors couldn't reveal much more about their characters, though Simpson described...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Colorado, Kate Beckinsale, San Diego, Bet, Cw, Jason, Paramount, Sin City, Jeremy Renner, The Oval, Tca, Simpson, Beth


The Nerd's Watch: Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Streaming in September

Though a lot of movie theaters are back to full function, the safer option for entertainment remains streaming, and fans who choose to stay home and take advantage are constantly rewarded with tons of new content. At the start of each month, most streamers—Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, Disney+, and HBO Max—do a little…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Keira Knightley, Films, Ben Affleck, Stephen King, Vincent Price, It, Jj Abrams, Netflix, Ethan Hawke, David Bowie, John Goodman, Oscar, Harry Potter, Thrillers


Jason's Sourdough sprouted grains loaf to launch in Tesco - British Baker

Jason's Sourdough sprouted grains loaf to launch in Tesco   British Bake
Tags: Shopping, Jason, Tesco British Baker


My Hero Academia Interview: Jason Liebrecht and Leah Clark Discuss Dabi and Himiko Toga

My Hero Academia has entered its “My Villain Academia” arc, which gives a new focus on the baddies of the popular anime series. Not only are key members of the League of Villains spotlighted, such as the leader Tomura Shigaraki, Himiko Toga, and Dabi, but a new villain is introduced in the form of Re-Destro, who leads the Meta Liberation Army. “The League of Villains is dead broke and getting nowhere fast,” says the official synopsis. “All For One’s enormous bodyguard Gigantomachia arrives to pu...
Tags: TV, Movies, Interview, Action, TV News, Anime, Jason, Comic Book, Clark, Leah, Colleen, League, Destro, ComingSoon, Funimation, Deku


The 15 Best Batman Comics You Need To Read

With a cowled and caped Robert Pattinson ready to slide down the bat-pole in March, 2022, and Michael Keaton set to reprise his role as the World's Greatest Detective just a few months later, there's never been a better time to remember that the ongoing Batman saga is just as convoluted in the comics as it is on screen.While you might think that the grim and gritty Dark Knight didn't exist until the '80s, Batman actually started as a brooding avenger, heavily influenced by "The Shadow" and other...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, UK, Movies, Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Superman, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Gotham City, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Dc, Michael Keaton, Jason, Anderson, Omega


18 Black-led Horror Movies as Terrifying as 'Candyman'

Nostalgia for the ‘90s is big right now, so it’s probably not a huge surprise Candyman is coming back. The love-lorn killer with the haunting bass voice and hook hand never had quite the box office cred of a Freddy, Jason, or Michael Myers, but Tony Todd’s performance—and his signature vocal rasp—made him an instant…Read more...
Tags: Films, Blaxploitation, Oscar, Spike Lee, Lifehacks, Horror Movies, Jason, Black, Harriet, Joel, Ronald, Melanie, Rosenfeld, Peacock, Candyman, Robitaille


The 12 Best Space Movies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

If Hollywood has taught us anything, it's that humanity is destined to venture among the stars. Whether as an act of exploration or defense against global disaster, interstellar travel remains the great fantasy of both big-budget blockbusters and inexpensive science fiction films alike. So, where better to start your space travel movie marathon than Netflix, especially since the streaming giant has made our solar system -- and the stars beyond -- the basis of several of its original features? Wh...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Dwayne Johnson, Steve Jobs, Robin Williams, Wikipedia, Michael Bay, Earth, Netflix, Iron Man, David Cronenberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Josh Hutcherson, George Clooney, Rosamund Pike, Robert Zemeckis


Reopening the Books

We have become accustomed for some time to hearing about new start-ups and initiatives on the technology side of legal information provision. Indeed, some might say that we hear of too many of them and that a percentage of them might disappear into obscurity before long. We read less of fresh ideas and innovation in relation to the provision of actual added-value legal content from law publishers. Perhaps this is not surprising, for obvious reasons. It is all the more pleasing to observe an exci...
Tags: Europe, England, London, Law, Germany, Canada, Wiley, Jason, Alm, Richard Susskind, Irwin, Houston Texas, O'Connor, Jason Wilson, Jim Smith, Bloomsbury


Jason Momoa, Isabela Merced talk about their father-daughter bond in ‘Sweet Girl’

By LINDSEY BAHR Jason Momoa doesn’t get to play many ordinary guys. He’s Aquaman. He’s Khal Drogo. He’s Conan the Barbarian. It’s part of the reason why he wanted to be in “Sweet Girl,” a new action drama out on Netflix. In the film he’s an ordinary Pittsburgh father named Ray Cooper who vows to get revenge against a pharmaceutical company he blames for his wife’s death. As a father himself, it was a natural fit, and he got to hand pick the actress who’d play his on screen daughter: “Instant Fam...
Tags: Movies, La, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Streaming, Associated Press, Cleveland, Jason, Pittsburgh, Isabela, Annette, Ray Cooper, Momoa, Khal Drogo He, San Fernando Valley LA


Steven Weinberg: the passing of science's most intellectual spokesman

Theoretical physicist Steven Weinberg passed away on July 23.Due to his heavyweight intellect and unparalleled ability to communicate, he was science's most effective spokesman.His passing leaves a void in the world of science communication.I recently read two Big Think articles (here and here) memorializing Steven Weinberg, who passed away last month. These articles were written by Marcelo Gleiser, a theoretical physicist, and they concern Weinberg's place in that field and its meaningfulness t...
Tags: Innovation, Jason, Marcelo Gleiser, New York Times Book Review, Weinberg, Steven Weinberg, U S National Laboratories, Science communications