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‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ Cast Gets Back Together for ‘Reunited Apart’, and the End is a John Hughes Bonanza

Josh Gad‘s web series Reunited Apart has allowed fans to pass some of their quarantine time by watching the cast and filmmakers behind their favorite movies reunite virtually online. The Goonies, Back to the Future, Splash, Lord of the Rings, and Ghostbusters have all been featured on the series. Now another beloved movie from the 1980s is taking the spotlight. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is one of the many classic teen comedies directed by the late John Hughes, and Josh Gad was able to round up M...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Jake Gyllenhaal, Cameron, Ferris Bueller, Ferris, Neil Simon, Ben Stein, Stein, National Lampoon, John Hughes, Matthew Broderick, Josh-Gad, Jeanie, Jennifer Grey, Video Of The Day

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Cast Reunites on Josh Gad’s Reunited Apart

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Cast Reunites on Josh Gad’s Reunited Apart After 34 years since the theatrical release of John Hughes’ Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in 1986, the main cast of the iconic teen comedy film reunited on the final episode of Josh Gad’s digital show Reunited Apart. You can check out the full reunion now below, which is raising funds for CORE! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh ||...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, TV News, Ferris Bueller, John Hughes, Matthew Broderick, Josh Gad, Gad, Jeanie, Jennifer Grey, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Elyssa Samsel, Kate Anderson, Reunited Apart With Josh Gad, James Merryman

Ferris Bueller Reunion Set for Reunited Apart With Josh Gad

Ferris Bueller Reunion Set for Reunited Apart With Josh Gad After 34 years since the theatrical release of John Hughes’ Ferris Bueller’s Day Off in 1986, the main cast of the iconic teen comedy film are officially set to reunite on the final episode of Josh Gad’s quarantine digital show Reunited Apart. The announcement also came with the release of the teaser which you can check out below, featuring a preview of the virtual reunion. See you all a week from today for our FINAL episode of #Re...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, TV News, Golden Globe, John Hughes, Matthew Broderick, Josh Gad, Gad, Jeanie, Jennifer Grey, ComingSoon, Movie News, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Howard Deutch, CS Interview

Baking flour dilemma

Baking flour dilemma Submitted by milkbreadlady on April 6, 2020 - 11:37pm. Hi everyone! Please let me introduce myself, my actual name is Jeanie and I've recently become an avid milk bread crazy lady. Unfortunately, due to the store shelves going empty and Amazon delays, I haven't  been able to find any (reasonably priced) unbleached bread flour for my milk bread to turn out right. A good friend suggested I start selling it but without the right flour I feel I'm just spinning my wh...
Tags: Amazon, Baking, Jeanie

Lakers’ JaVale McGee draws inspiration from his mom’s trailblazing USC career

LOS ANGELES — Late last month, JaVale McGee skipped a team flight to attend a red carpet premiere. He had to leave halfway through the film to meet the Lakers in San Francisco, crunching his 7-foot body into the seat of a commercial flight out of L.A. It was worth it to be there, even for a short while, to honor and remember the basketball legend who first sparked his love of the game: his mom. “I’m excited to see my mother get the exposure she’s deserved her whole career,” McGee said recently, ...
Tags: Hbo, Sports, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Gigi, Showtime, Nba, Ncaa, Michigan, Magic Johnson, Hall of Fame, Usc, WNBA, Golden State Warriors

Comment on white bean soup with crispy kale by Jeanie

I was going to make you parmesan broth with kale and beans but just saw this and wondered if this would be a good place to sub in the parm broth instead of veggie broth? making to share with a vegetarian friend and thought that might bump up with flavor since I am taking out the pancetta. I have trouble finding a veggie stock that is not too sweet. Thoughts?
Tags: Food, Jeanie

Trivia: ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ Almost Had Two Other Younger Siblings in the Movie

If you like the classic 1986 comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, here’s a bit of trivia that’s been available for a while but may not be widely known, even among the film’s big fans. John Hughes‘ classic comedy features a rivalry between Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) and his sister Jeanie (Jennifer Grey). Since Ferris is babied by their parents, Jeanie has it out for him and can’t get over the fact that he gets to stay home sick, knowing full well that he’s faking his illness to play hooky. B...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Ferris Bueller, Paramount Pictures, Todd, Ferris, Hughes, Trivia, Kimberly, John-Hughes, Jeanie, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Ferris Bueller Matthew Broderick, Paul Hirsch, Jeanie Jennifer Grey

Heisler: Our NBA favorites are hoping for a happier New Year

Happy New Year from the usual suspects, who have mostly learned their lessons. NBA commissioner Adam Silver – What a season! James Harden averaging the most points since Wilt Chamberlain! Everyone learning to spell “Giannis Antetokounmpo!” The Lakers and Clippers as marquee rivals! Former Lakers president Magic Johnson – Not everyone had such a bang-up time. I’ll never take another front office job. They’re no fun. Lakers owner Jeanie Buss, GM Rob Pelinka and the rest of the front office (all to...
Tags: Microsoft, China, Boston, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Steve Ballmer, Davis, Nba, Rob, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Ken Burns, Houston, Cleveland, James Dolan

Building Resilience with Appreciative Inquiry

Leaders are faced with complex issues on a daily basis, which are impossible to predict. Veteran consultants Joan McArthur-Blair and Jeanie Cockell, authors of Building Resilience with Appreciative Inquiry, show that Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is an invaluable tool to build resilience. AI is a widely used change approach that emphasizes identifying what’s working well in a system. Leaders can use AI to increase their ability to weather the storms they’ll inevitably encounter and be resilient. Set...
Tags: Video, Leadership, Joan, Webinar, Webinars, Berrett Koehler, Jeanie, Appreciative Inquiry, Joan McArthur Blair, Jeanie Cockell, Building Resilience with Appreciative Inquiry, Laura Grealish, Susan Fowler Mark Brown Tamra Chandler

Comment on vanilla bean pudding by Jeanie

I made this using seeds from 1/2 bean pod, 2% Fair Life milk and 1/2 cup sugar. Pudding thickened up during the last minute. Very subtle vanilla taste and not too sweet. I tossed the bean pods in a sugar container for flavored sugar. Lovely recipe and easy to make!
Tags: Food, Jeanie

Golden Poodle awards for September

  The Golden Poodle award goes to Jeanie, the tiny three-legged therapy dog who brings comfort to humans of all ages.       The Dillon Dreams of Glory award goes to Salvador Dolly, the puppy whose resemblance to the famous artist made her a celebrity.     The Lizard Brain award goes to anyone who would spend $462 for a pair of asymmetric jeans with one skinny leg and one wide leg -- even with free postage.     The Neanderthal award goes to Jyahshua Hill. His horrifying act of setting fire and...
Tags: Virginia, Pets, Jan, Tommie, Jeanie, Pit Bull, Jim Lanier, Salvador Dolly, Jyahshua Hill, Handsley, Michelle Townhill, Scott Poore

Silver confident in Lakers: 'They'll figure it out'

Adam Silver believes the Lakers' championship pedigree and stable ownership are reasons they'll get back on track. "I know Jeanie [Buss] knows how to manage a team," he said. "... They'll figure it out."
Tags: Sport, Nba, Adam Silver, The Lakers, Buss, Jeanie

Sports of The Times: Free LeBron From Laker Land

LeBron James is too good to spend his final years with a franchise that is circling the drain.
Tags: News, Basketball, Lebron James, Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers, James, LeBron, Buss, National Basketball Assn, Jeanie, Earvin

During damage control, Lakers give glimpse into their new power structure

EL SEGUNDO — Who is pulling the strings for the Lakers? Since mid-April, that’s been the most significant question for the franchise, whose front office has seemed to be encased in a black box, with the team preferring to remain tight-lipped. Beyond Rob Pelinka and Jeanie Buss, who is influencing key offseason decisions? At a press conference introducing new head coach Frank Vogel on Monday – and attempting damage control following a morning television interview during which former president of ...
Tags: New York, Minnesota, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Philadelphia, Lebron James, Johnson, Magic Johnson, Lakers, Alexander, The Lakers, Hall of Famer, El Segundo, Jason Kidd

Alexander: Lakers GM Rob Pelinka tries to stay above the fray

EL SEGUNDO — Who would have been willing to bet, at mid-morning Monday, that Rob Pelinka would actually show his face at the 11 a.m. news conference to introduce new Lakers coach Frank Vogel? Give him credit, regardless of what you think of his ability as a general manager. Pelinka showed up and did not shrink from the questions, a large number of them referencing Magic Johnson’s scorched-earth appearance on ESPN’s “First Take” on Monday morning, when he accused Pelinka of backstabbing and outli...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Gm, Nba, Magic, Espn, Lebron James, Johnson, Magic Johnson, Lakers, Alexander, The Lakers, Walton, Tim, Joey

Report: Agents, general managers describe Linda Rambis as Lakers' 'shadow owner'

Linda Rambis' presence at Monty Williams' interview with the Lakers raised a few eyebrows. After all, Rambis' title with the Lakers is Executive Director, Special Projects. Some agents and GMs around the league have dubbed her the shadow owner of the Lakers, that everything goes through Linda Rambis, and if you want to convince Jeanie of something, you've got to get Linda first.
Tags: News, Los Angeles Lakers, Lakers, The Lakers, Linda, Monty Williams, Rambis, Jeanie, Linda Rambis

Heisler: Lakers sticking with family, but Kobe Bryant won’t be riding to the rescue

Imagine that. Playoff thrills locally, after all. It was supposed to be over by now. The Lakers left us months ago except for their managerial meltdown. The Clippers were supposed to be finished off by Golden State before anyone noticed they were in the postseason. Instead, in yet another miracle, the Clippers staged the biggest playoff comeback in NBA history, coming from 31 down to win Game 2 in Oakland to make a series of it, after making a season of it when no one expected that. Or, as Coach...
Tags: Sports, Sacramento Kings, Toronto, Sport, West, Soccer, New York Times, Gm, Davis, Nba, New Orleans, Magic, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Houston

These dinosaur puppets come to life in the live 'Jurassic World' show

The "Jurassic World" Live Tour will feature lifelike dinosaur puppets, as well as a full-size, animatronic Tyrannosaurus Rex. The show is produced by Feld Entertainment, the company behind touring productions like "Disney On Ice" and "Marvel Universe Live." At a press event in New York, we got an up-close look at two of the featured dinosaurs, which are controlled by "dinoteers," who must perform while wearing suits that weigh over 100 pounds. The "Jurassic World" Live Tour is scheduled to debu...
Tags: New York, Disney, US, Trends, Jurassic World, Christensen, Flanagan, Shea, COLUMBUS Ohio, Feld Entertainment, Grossman, Jeanie, James Shea, Graham Flanagan, Jessica Ferris, Embrey

Heisler: Magic Johnson quit when Lakers needed him most for what he did best

For Magic Johnson’s last trick, as a Deadspin headline put it, he made the Lakers disappear. No, really. He quit Tuesday night. No Laker official has appeared in public since. Actually, Johnson made the front office disappear years ago, rarely appearing at the Laker facility or doing much of anything in the day-to-day operation. Not that things were better when he was engaged. He left on a grisly streak of errors and meltdowns that scuttled their season… announcing they weren’t seeking shooters ...
Tags: Sports, Toronto, Sport, Indiana, Soccer, Gm, Davis, Nba, Magic, Rob, Espn, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Houston, Stephen A Smith, Johnson

Heisler: Magic finds out running the Lakers is a job, not an adventure

One thing Magic Johnson proved running the Lakers: He wasn’t cut out to run the Lakers. In all, he lasted two years, one month and 19 days as team president, but it’s not like he didn’t accomplish anything great, even if much of it was set up by Mitch Kupchak’s draft picks. Magic signed LeBron James, a giant step which might make it possible for the Lakers to trade for Anthony Davis and sign an elite free agent. “I was happier when I wasn’t the president,” Johnson said. “I’m a free bird and I ca...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Indiana, Soccer, Michael Jordan, Nba, Magic, Bird, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers, Magic Johnson, James, Lakers

Whicker: Running an NBA team is no Magic trick

This wasn’t a basketball season. It was a Netflix series. And maybe it shouldn’t end just because the playoffs are starting and the Lakers aren’t in them. A couple more episodes and LeBron James might consider running for President. Alex Caruso could demand to be traded. Anthony Davis could become the national spokesman in the fight against load management. Until then, Magic Johnson has decided to curtail his two-year run as President of the Lakers. He sounded like he didn’t want to make the tou...
Tags: Supreme Court, Kentucky, Sports, Phoenix Suns, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, West, Soccer, Brooklyn, Nba, New Orleans, Magic, Ncaa, Lebron James

Magic Johnson abruptly steps down as Lakers president of basketball operations

LOS ANGELES — Magic Johnson abruptly quit as the Lakers’ president of basketball operations Tuesday night, citing a desire to get back to the simpler life he enjoyed before taking over the franchise just over two years ago. Johnson didn’t tell owner Jeanie Buss or General Manager Rob Pelinka before he stepped in front of reporters at Staples Center about 90 minutes before the final game of the Lakers’ sixth consecutive losing season. Johnson repeatedly said he was happier before he took this job...
Tags: Jimmy Kimmel, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Espn, Lebron James, Johnson, Magic Johnson, Staples Center, Hall of Fame, James, Lakers, Mvp, Utah Jazz

April 2019 Leadership Development Carnival

Welcome to the April Leadership Development Carnival. We’re excited to share posts from leadership experts from around the globe on the topics of communication, productivity, development, engagement, team building, and more. Communication Stephanie Skryzowski of 100 Degrees Consulting shared 5 Ways Nonprofits Can Use Financials to Increase Transparency. She writes: “It’s important for organizations to be transparent about their financials and ensure all stakeholders, including donors, board,...
Tags: Google, Leadership, Trust, Communication, Customer Service, David, Joan, Steve, Chris, Team Building, Susan, Joel, Anne, PAUL, Dan, Alcatraz Island

Heisler: How this eagerly-awaited Lakers season turned into such a pileup

One word described the start of the Lakers’ season with the arrival of LeBron James as the first of a new wave of stars in the long-awaited … but still deferred … return to greatness: Confusing. Now, in the stretch run, another word suggests itself: Trainwreck. On one hand, they expected to not only return to the playoffs, but to challenge Golden State, with in-the-loop Kobe Bryant explaining that they brought in all-around, switch-everything defenders like Rajon Rondo and Lance Stephenson with ...
Tags: Boston, Sports, Sport, Ad, Soccer, Spurs, Davis, Nba, New Orleans, Magic, Philadelphia, Espn, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Johnson

Heisler: Unlike Magic Johnson’s first trip to greatness with Lakers, this one is no romp

A funny thing happened on the way to Magic Johnson’s second trip to greatness. The first was his decade-long romp in the 1980s when he seemed to laugh all the way to five titles and three league MVP awards with the “Showtime” Lakers. Everything worked naturally for him, even when he seemed too giddy to be serious, as when he threw himself around the neck of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar who had hit the winning shot in Magic’s NBA debut … or too naive to know he was in over his head, as when he took over f...
Tags: Jimmy Kimmel, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Showtime, Davis, Nba, Magic, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Johnson, Cleveland, Magic Johnson, James, Lakers

Lakers GM Rob Pelinka says trading for shooters crucial for playoff push

PHILADELPHIA — Amid the disappointment of Super Bowl defeat in Los Angeles, Rob Pelinka found a lesson. He saw the swirling doubt around the aging Tom Brady and the New England Patriots dynasty earlier in the NFL season, and how they overcame it to add another title to their already impressive franchise legacy. And though that may only cause Rams fans angst, the Lakers’ general manager was inspired. “I think when you’re outside of the playoff race it’s easy for the folks on the outside to say, ‘...
Tags: Sports, Sacramento Kings, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Tom Brady, Philadelphia, San Antonio Spurs, Lebron James, New Orleans Pelicans, Anthony Davis, Kobe Bryant, Johnson, James

Comment on baked buffalo wings by Jeanie

Made these but used Vermont Maple Sriracha ( instead of Frank’s and they were legendary! Thank you for another fabulous recipe.
Tags: Food, Vermont, Jeanie

Leaders: Choose Your Own Reality

Guest post from Dr. Joan McArthur-Blair and Dr. Jeanie Cockell Just about every leader has had an employee who was, to say it diplomatically, a “handful” to manage. We have. One example was a person Joan worked with – let’s call her Jane Doe. Jane saw policies and procedures as mere suggestions. She irritated her team with her habit of pushing limits to get an idea through. When stressed she let it show though in her interactions with others. Yet, she always received amazing reviews...
Tags: Leadership, Resilience, Joan, Jane, Berrett Koehler, Jeanie, Dan McCarthy, Reframing, Appreciative Inquiry, Joan McArthur Blair, Jeanie Cockell, Cockell McArthur Blair Consulting, Dr. Jeanie Cockell, Dr. Joan McArthur-Blair, Jane Doe Jane

Comment on crispy rice and egg bowl with ginger-scallion vinaigrette by Jeanie

So delicious! We had leftover short ribs ala Samin Nosrat (her Netflix series is the bomb!) and we used that instead of eggs. Also added thinly sliced radishes. This made for an amazing and easy dinner. Thank you!
Tags: Food, Netflix, Jeanie, SAMIN NOSRAT

Watch Lakers’ Kentavious Caldwell-Pope hurdle front row at Staples Center

With a 1-point lead in the fourth quarter against the New York Knicks, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope of the Los Angeles Lakers hurdled over the fans in the first row at Staples Center in order to try and recover a loose ball. After clearing the front row, KCP found himself a seat right next to Jeanie Buss, the Lakers’ president and controlling owner. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope just hurdled the front row. Damn. — Mike Vorkunov (@MikeVorkunov) January 5, 2019 Caldwell-Pope ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Lebron James, Staples Center, Lakers, Knicks, Paul George, The Lakers, Caldwell Pope, Kentavious Caldwell Pope, Heisler, KCP, Jeanie Buss, Jeanie