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Sex Education Season 1 Episode 4 Recap

Sex Education Season 1 Episode 4 Recap In the previous episode of Netflix’s Sex Education, Otis took Maeve home after an abortion, and Eric bonded with Lily. In Sex Education season 1 episode 4, Jackson asked Otis for advice about Maeve, and Jean is drawn to a Swedish handyman. Inexperienced Otis’ patients this week were Tanya and Ruthie. They were two recently out lesbians, and though Tanya was enthusiastic, Ruthie wasn’t enjoying sex. Otis insisted that their sex problem was likely inter...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Sex Education, Jackson, Recap, Ola, TV Recap, Eric, Adam, Otis, Jean, Jessa, Tanya, Jakob, Ruthie


Jean Bourgain, Problem-Conquering Mathematician, Is Dead at 64

Dr. Bourgain, a recipient of some of his field’s most prestigious awards, was undaunted by even the most intractable of challenges.
Tags: News, Mathematics, Jean, Institute for Advanced Study, Deaths (Obituaries, Bourgain


Sex Education Season 1 Episode 3 Recap

Sex Education Season 1 Episode 3 Recap In the previous episode of Netflix’s Sex Education, Otis and Maeve agreed to the sex clinic, but left Otis out of the business. In Sex Education season 1 episode 3, Maeve made an appointment at an abortion clinic, while Eric auditioned for Swing Band. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Jon Hamm, Sex Education, Jackson, Recap, Sarah, Aimee, Lily, TV Recap, Eric, Adam, Otis, Jean, Rémi


Sex Education Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

Sex Education Season 1 Episode 2 Recap In the previous episode of Netflix’s Sex Education, Otis agreed to provide sex therapy to students at their high school in partnership with Maeve. In Sex Education season 1 episode 2, Eric suggested providing “free samples” to drum up business. Sex Pretzels Olivia would be Otis’ first official client. She had vomited while performing oral sex on her boyfriend. Despite good advice from Jean, the session didn’t go well. She and Otis talked in separate b...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Sex Education, Jackson, Kate, Sam, Recap, Aimee, TV Recap, Eric, Adam, Otis, Jean, Anwar, Maeve


Sex Education Season 1 Episode 1 Recap

Sex Education Season 1 Episode 1 Recap Netflix’s new dramedy Sex Education has teenager Otis, the son of a well-respected sex and relationship therapist, holding his own sex therapy sessions at his school. The first season just dropped, so we will be recapping all eight episodes. Touch a Nerve On Otis’ first day of school, he discovered his English literature partner would be Adam Groff, the headmaster’s son who routinely bullied Otis’ gay best friend Eric. It was also heavily rumor...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Sex Education, Recap, Aimee, TV Recap, Adam, Otis, Jean, Maeve, ComingSoon, Adam Groff, Eric It, Adam They, Recap Netflix


Relax With The Coolest Photography Links Of The Week

As we ring in a brand new year full of excitement for what lies ahead in the field of photography we find that Toad Hollow Photography has been looking all over the internet for links to share here with everyone. This weeks list is full of tutorials, special features and great photography representing some of the finest posts and photographs that artists and writers are posting today. We sincerely hope you are off to a great new year and will enjoy this list of links as much as the Toad did in b...
Tags: Photography, England, New York, United States, Belgium, Vancouver, Detroit, Kyoto, Michael, Tuscany, Noël, Honolulu, Fred, Jean, Len, Adnan


Survivors, U.S. Center for Safe Sport clash over Jean Lopez reinstatement

An arbitration panel’s decision this week to lift longtime USA Taekwondo national team coach Jean Lopez’s lifetime ban from the sport for sexual misconduct stunned the American Olympic sports community and left survivors of sexual abuse and their supporters demanding answers. Lopez’s reinstatement came less than a month after his brother Steven Lopez, the two-time Olympic champion, had a similar ban lifted. Jean Lopez’s reinstatement was especially surprising to longtime athlete safety advocates...
Tags: Texas, News, Congress, Germany, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Olympics, Sydney, Croatia, Houston, Denver, Bay Area, Poe, U S District Court, Gilbert


Doug Carn: Black Jazz

In 1969, pianist Gene Russell and percussionist Dick Schory founded a revolutionary record label in Oakland, Calif., that personified a new sophisticated approach to jazz that embraced the era's black power and pan-African movements. The Black Jazz label featured young black artists and jazz that wasn't entirely acoustic but certainly not fusion. The music was culturally rich, geared to the newly emerging FM radio dial and guided by a new sense of what it meant to be creative, intellectual and ...
Tags: Florida, New York, Africa, Jazz, Lincoln Center, Adam, Oakland Calif, Doug, Jean, Bill Evans, Carn, Doug Carn, Marc Myers, Bobby Hutcherson, Gene Russell, Jean Carn


Hisui & Narutaki VS. The Best of 2018 Manga

It was a difficult thing, but we narrowed down our favorite U.S. manga releases from 2018. Let us know yours! Best New Manga ACCA: 13-Territory Inspection Department by Natsume Ono ACCA is a political thriller that somehow balances intrigue with chill comedy and an eye for dessert. Jean is a charming detective that keeps his own council … Continue reading Hisui & Narutaki VS. The Best of 2018 Manga
Tags: Editorials, Anime, Manga, Jean, Narutaki, Hisui Narutaki, Territory Inspection Department, Natsume Ono ACCA


Comment on cosmopolitan by Jean

Long time listener, first time caller. I have been a scratch cook and baker for 40+ years. You and Skinnytaste are the only food blogs I follow – I have all your books, and will cook from your recipes and serve them to guests with no previous “tryout.” From me, that is the highest form of compliment I can pay you. Looking forward to more great ideas in 2019. Thank you for a wonderful, tasty 2018. Jean
Tags: Food, Jean


Sister Jean and other heartwarming sports stories from 2018

A 99-year-old nun at the center of the feel-good sports story of 2018 relives the drama of the Loyola Ramblers improbable run to the Final Four on the latest episode of PodcastOne Sports Now . Sister Jean Delores Schmidt recounts her roles as player and coach at several girls’ schools before becoming chaplain, part-time scout […]
Tags: News, Sports, Jean, Loyola Ramblers, Jean Delores Schmidt


Books of The Times: A Century Later, a Novel by an Enigma of the Harlem Renaissance Is Still Relevant

Jean Toomer’s “Cane,” written in bursts of poetry and prose, follows six Southern women, whose lives are brief, vivid and doomed.
Tags: News, The Times, Jean, Books and Literature, Toomer, Jean Toomer, Cane (Book


Christmas Questionnaire

 This Christmas as Sacha will be with our friends Judy and Bill in Portland, and Chelsea and Martin will be in Mexico celebrating their Honeymoon, as well as the marriage of Martin's brother. Yann and I will be celebrating Christmas with friends at their home. In January Sacha will be coming to France, so we will delay our Christmas celebration until then.  I did not decorate this year. Oh la la. Someone sent me this Christmas Questionnaire, if you would like to answer yours please do so in the...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, France, Chelsea, Portland, States, Bill, Santa, Judy, Mickey Mouse, Martin, Jean, Sacha, Yann, French la Vie, Rudolf Dasher


Art Review: At the Met Museum, an Abstract Show That Falls Short of Epic

An exhibition meant to show off the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection of art from the 1940s to the present day only points to gaps and a lack of imagination.
Tags: Art, News, Jackson, Mitchell, Murray, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Carmen, Helen, Thomas, Elizabeth, Mark, Jean, Rothko, Herrera, Cy, Isamu


Jean Grey Exercises the Power of Emotional Intelligence in 'X-men Red #11'

None Sometimes, it helps to be out of the loop for an extended period. It helps give an outside perspective from someone who isn't an "outsider", allowing them to circumvent the many complications that tend to confound the current status quo. Even in a comics world where few characters stay dead for long, Jean Grey's extended absence from the Marvel universe is one of her best assets. X-men Red demonstrates this in plenty of ways, but it culminates perfectly in X-men Red #11. Upon her return a...
Tags: Music, Review, America, Superheroes, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Jean Grey, Cassandra, Jean, Gabby, Tom Taylor, Charles Xavier, Cassandra Nova, Namor, Comics review, Roge antonio


As Thomson Reuters Readies Layoffs of 3,200, What’s It Mean for Customers?

Thomson Reuters, the dominant provider of research and information services for the legal profession, last week announced plans to reduce its workforce by 3,200 and close 30 percent of its offices by the end of 2020. What is going on and what does it mean for the company’s customers? The timing of the news, announced at a meeting of investors, seemed befuddling. Just two months ago, TR closed a major deal to sell 55 percent of its Financial & Risk unit to private equity firm Blackstone Group, in...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Smith, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Coo, Masterson, Blackstone Group, Jean, Eagan, Westlaw, Bob Ambrogi, Reuters News, Brian Peccarelli, Jean O Grady, Westlaw Edge


As Thomson Reuters Readies Layoffs of 3,200, What’s It Mean for Customers?

Thomson Reuters, the dominant provider of research and information services for the legal profession, last week announced plans to reduce its workforce by 3,200 and close 30 percent of its offices by the end of 2020. What is going on and what does it mean for the company’s customers? The timing of the news, announced at a meeting of investors, seemed befuddling. Just two months ago, TR closed a major deal to sell 55 percent of its Financial & Risk unit to private equity firm Blackstone Group, in...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Smith, Thomson Reuters, LexisNexis, Coo, Masterson, Blackstone Group, Jean, Eagan, Westlaw, Reuters News, Brian Peccarelli, Jean O Grady, Westlaw Edge, Refinitiv


Comment on chocolate caramel tart by Jean

Deb, So I’m not with you on the Rolos, but totally in your corner if the subject is Reeses peanut butter cups or Nutella…yech. Yes, I will die on that hill with you. The tart looks divine – once my oven is fixed I will give it a go. Apparently, oven doors are not rated for a 225 pound man to put his weight on.,,never mind.
Tags: Food, Jean, Rolos


Dark Phoenix Gets a Comic Book Inspired Poster for CCXP

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Dark Phoenix gets a comic book inspired poster for CCXP 20th Century Fox has released a brand new comic book-styled poster for the upcoming Dark Phoenix, the latest installment in the X-Men film franchise. The poster was first seen at the Brazil Comic-Con, featuring stylized versions of Sophie Turner as Jean Grey along with James McAvoy’s Professor X and Michael Fassbender’s Magneto. Check out the full poster below! PB = PB || {}; gptAd...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Fox, Brazil, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Phoenix, Jean Grey, Nicholas Hoult, Jean, Simon Kinberg, Sophie Turner, Dark Phoenix, ComingSoon, Movie News, Lauren Shuler Donner


On Melodrama and Family Ties in Marvel's 'X-Men: The Exterminated #1'

None In superhero comics death is anything but absolute. Unless someone's name is Gwen Stacy or Martha Wayne, death's hold on a character in this fantasy realm is tenuous. In a world full of magic, time travelers, Infinity Gems, and Mephisto, it's wise to never assume death's permanence. While that can cause a wide range of issues from a narrative standpoint, it's especially challenging when it comes to depicting how characters mourn.The X-men are no stranger to death and all the melodrama it b...
Tags: Music, Hope, Review, Superheroes, Deadpool, Marvel Comics, Jean Grey, Jean, Martha Wayne, Gwen Stacy, Neil Edwards, Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler, X-men: the exterminated, Comics review, Thompson Lonnie Nadler


How a Sedona Resort Increased Revenue 21%

Due to the decrease in supply from directory sites, Jean knew he needed to invest in additional marketing activities, like paid search.
Tags: Hotels, Sedona, Jean


Ex-Dallas officer who shot man in his home charged with murder

Amber Guyger, 30, surrendered to authorities after a grand jury indicted her on a charge of murder in the Sept. 6 death of Botham Jean, 26, Dallas County District Attorney's spokeswoman Kimberlee Leach said by phone. Guyger, who lived in an apartment one floor below Jean's unit, told investigators she mistook Jean for an intruder after she entered his apartment by mistake and he appeared in the darkness, police said. Guyger walked into the apartment after returning from a work shift and was ab...
Tags: Texas, News, Dallas, Jean, Dallas County, Guyger, Botham Jean, Kimberlee Leach


White Officer Indicted For Murder In Killing Of Black Neighbor

DALLAS (AP) — A grand jury on Friday indicted a white former Dallas police officer for murder in the killing of her unarmed black neighbor when she says she mistakenly went to his apartment rather than her own and shot him. Dallas County court records showed the indictment before prosecutors were set to hold a news conference announcing it. Amber Guyger was arrested on a manslaughter charge three days after the Sept. 6 shooting of her 26-year-old neighbor Botham Jean, a native of the Caribbean i...
Tags: News, Ap, Chicago, Arkansas, Dallas, St Lucia, Caribbean, Texas Rangers, McDonald, Jason Van Dyke, Jean, Dallas County, Guyger, Faith Johnson, Jordan Edwards, Roy Oliver


Cop who shot neighbor in his own apartment indicted with murder

Amber Guyger, the Dallas cop who killed an unarmed neighbor in his own apartment then claimed she had thought she was in her apartment, was charged today with murder. Guyger, who was arrested and fired from her job as a Dallas police officer after the September shooting, initially faced a charge of manslaughter. But Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson had said a grand jury could issue a stiffer charge. Botham Jean's family has wanted Guyger to be indicted for murder, their attorney Dar...
Tags: Post, Crime, News, Law, Police, Dallas, Jean, Dallas County, Guyger, Faith Johnson, Daryl Washington, Botham Shem Jean, Botham Jean, CNN Guyger


Dallas Police officer who fatally shot innocent black man in his own apartment is indicted

A white former police officer who gunned down her unarmed black neighbour in his own apartment, will face trial for his murder a grand jury in Dallas has decided. Amber Guyger fatally shot Botham Jean when she mistakenly entered the his apartment instead of her own. Mr Jean, a native of Caribbean island St Lucia, graduated from a college in Arkansas and was working for the prominent consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Tags: News, Arkansas, Dallas, St Lucia, Caribbean, Jean, Dallas Police, Botham Jean


Former Dallas Officer Charged With Murder for Killing of Botham Jean in His Apartment

The former Dallas police officer said that she mistook Mr. Jean’s apartment for her own, and opened fire. On Friday, she was indicted on a murder charge.
Tags: News, Dallas, Police Brutality, Murders, Jean, Tex, Guyger, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Misconduct and Shootings, Dallas (Tex, Police Department (Dallas, Botham Shem, Botham Jean, Amber (1988-, Mr Jean


Former Dallas Officer Charged With Murder for Shooting Botham Jean in His Apartment

The former Dallas police officer said that she mistook Mr. Jean’s apartment for her own, and opened fire. On Friday, she was indicted on a murder charge.
Tags: News, Dallas, Police Brutality, Murders, Jean, Tex, Guyger, Attempted Murders and Homicides, Misconduct and Shootings, Dallas (Tex, Police Department (Dallas, Botham Shem, Botham Jean, Amber (1988-, Mr Jean


What Should a Gardener Drink?

Guest Post by Linda Larson One of my favorite BBC shows is “As Time Goes By” with Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer playing Jean and Lionel.   In the show, many a dilemma is smoothed over with the quintessential British option of a Gin & Tonic.   I notice that bit because my cocktail of choice is a G & T.   After all, what else should a gardener drink? Gin is infused with botanicals such as juniper berries, lemon peel, almonds, cucumber, chamomile, angelica root, apple, coriander, leaves, fruits, ...
Tags: Gardening, England, Bbc, Oxford, Judi Dench, Seattle, Kew Gardens, Jean, Lionel, Mesa Arizona, Kew, Phoenix AZ, Linda Larson, Garden Rant, Geoffrey Palmer, Guest Rants


AP Top Stories November 28 P

Here's the latest for Wednesday November 28th: Pompeo downplays Saudi prince's ties to killing; NC authorities confirm missing girl's body; Prosecutors in abuse case search office of major US cardinal and Sister Jean gets some bling.            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, US, Ap, NC, Jean, Pompeo


Loyola presents Final Four ring to Sister Jean

Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt now has a little bling to go along with the international attention she gained as the 98-year-old team chaplain during Loyola-Chicago's run to the NCAA Final Four            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Ncaa, Loyola, Jean, Loyola Chicago, Jean Dolores Schmidt