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Police Investigate Possible Role of Foreigners in Barcelona Riots

By Joan FausBARCELONA (Reuters) - Police are investigating the role of foreign citizens in riots over the jailing of a Spanish rapper that have...
Tags: Joan, Barcelona Riots, FausBARCELONA Reuters Police

Comment on the perfect margarita by Joan

In reply to Nancy O’Leary. Love the Idea of a mezcsl float. Thanks.
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Mother And Son Found Safe After Bloody Crime Spree

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Tags: Crime, News, Local, Williams, Stockton, Johnson, Joan, Richmond, Michael, Antioch, Meeks, Pittsburg, Antioch News, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Alameda County, Iliff

Police Search For Mother And Son After Bloody Crime Spree

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Tags: Crime, News, Local, Williams, Stockton, Johnson, Joan, Richmond, Michael, Antioch, Meeks, Pittsburg, Antioch News, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Alameda County, Iliff

VW's SEAT Says Spain Needs a Battery Plant as It Eyes EV Production

By Joan FausBARCELONA (Reuters) - Volkswagen's Spanish unit SEAT called on the Spanish government on Monday to promote local battery production for...
Tags: Spain, Vw, Joan, Reuters Volkswagen

How we met: 'I fancied him as soon as he rescued me'

Joan and John Gallagher, 64 and 62, met in June 1983 after a windsurfing session went wrong. They now live together in Catalonia in SpainIn 1983, Joan Tuohy was living and working in Boyle, in County Roscommon in the west of Ireland, an area popular for its water sports on nearby Lough Key. One summer’s day she was out windsurfing on the lough when she got into difficulties. “It’s quite a big lake and when the wind changed I realised I wouldn’t make it back to shore,” Joan says. Luckily, she was...
Tags: Relationships, Catalonia, Life and style, Ireland, John, Mars, Joan, Boyle, John Gallagher, County Roscommon, Joan Tuohy, Lough Key One

Watch Chick Corea (RIP) Perform Intimate Acoustic Performances with Bobby McFerrin, Gary Burton, Hiromi Uehara & Others

It seems impossible to talk about keyboardist Chick Corea, who passed away from cancer on February 11 at age 79, without also talking about Miles Davis. Davis hand picked him for the groundbreaking albums In a Silent Way and Bitches Brew, and as a member of those ensembles, Corea helped shape the future of music and helped divide the jazz community into those who embraced the psychedelic “fusion” of jazz, rock, and other world musics and those who were fiercely protective of tradition. C...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Massachusetts, Spain, RTF, Atlantic, Davis, Tokyo, Miles Davis, Grammys, Joan, Burton, Berklee College of Music, Chick Corea, Facebook Twitter

Save money, have sex for Valentine's Day: Agency Brief

Plus: TBWA/Chiat/Day wins pizza and paints, Erich & Kallman is driven and Joan is telepathic.
Tags: Advertising, Joan, Valentine, Erich Kallman

Comment on black bottom oatmeal pie by Joan

Thx U , Thx u I have made this pie and love it BUT I lost the recipe. My grand daughter loves it , also but is allergic to nuts. I am so happy to have the recipe again, I will put it in a safe place.
Tags: Food, Joan

OMD walks away with Dr. Scholl’s media account

Previous agency was Dentsu Mcgarrybowen, which lost the creative portion of the account to Joan in January.
Tags: Advertising, Joan, Omd, Scholl, Dentsu McGarrybowen

$24.7 billion: Bezos, Bloomberg among Top 50 US charity donors for 2020

By Maria Di Mento and Ben Gose | The Chronicle of Philanthropy As the world grappled with COVID-19, a recession and a racial reckoning, the ultrawealthy gave to a broader set of causes than ever before — bestowing multimillion-dollar gifts on food pantries, historically Black colleges and universities and organizations that serve the poor and the homeless, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy’s annual rankings of the 50 Americans who gave the most to charity last year. Another cause that g...
Tags: Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, California, US, America, San Francisco, Nike, Sport, Ap, David, Harvard, Soccer, Michael Jordan, Sergey Brin, Broadway

Ruth Langsford shares downhearted lockdown post about mum Joan

Ruth Langsford struck a chord with many of her Instagram followers as she posted a...
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Why do ‘Kevins’ vote for far-right parties?

Kevin (1), Cindy and other 'Anglo' first names are especially popular in some areas of France and Germany.These also happen to be the regions where far-right parties are very successful.The link: working-class whites, inspired by English-language pop culture and disaffected from mainstream politics. We need to talk about Kevin. No, this is not about that book. This is about why areas of Germany and France with a lot of Kevins (and Justins, and other so-called 'Anglo-Saxon' first names, for tha...
Tags: Europe, Maps, Politics, France, Germany, Paris, Innovation, Joan, Social Change, Emmanuel Macron, Kevin, Anglo Saxon, Cindy, Saxony, Jeanne, Anglo

The 6 best winter boots for women, according to our testing

Spring may be around the corner, but it's still the season of unpredictable winter stormsA good pair of winter boots can keep your feet warm and dry as long as the snow sticks aroundThe UGG Adirondack III Boots are our top pick, The UGG Adirondack III Boots are our top pick, but there are other boots we recommend, tooIf you're looking for men's sizes, check out our guide to the best winter boots for men.When you think of "winter boots," it's likely you think of thick-soled, lace-up boots that ar...
Tags: Reviews, New York, Winter, New York City, Women, Trends, Features, Maine, Buying Guide, Women's Shoes, Ugg, Joan, Columbia, Sorel, Winter Boots, Doc Martens

On the streets of Chinon

I think I've finished with the abbey at Fontevraud. This is a street in the nearby city of Chinon, a well-known wine town and home to the famed castle where Henri II and Eleanor or Aquitaine spent time. A few centuries later, Joan of Arc visited king Charles VII there. A 2CV parked on a street in Chinon. That's Ken and Collette walking. September 2003. It's been a while since we've been to Chinon, but we used to go frequently to buy wine (it's about an hour and half drive from us). The town be...
Tags: Travel, Joan, Eleanor, Ken, Collette, WCS, Loire Valley, Henri II, Chinon, Vienne River, Charles VII

Comment on mixed citrus salad with feta and mint by Joan

Gosh. I’ve been making, serving and eating this salad for Eleven Years? Thank you, Deb. Besides being a great accompaniment at the lunch and dinner table, it is the inspiration for one of my go-to winter breakfasts, omitting the onion and sometimes swapping in thick, rich Greek yogurt for the feta. And it makes a great centerpiece for a hike lunch with plenty of cheese – it stands up nicely to jiggling in an insolated bag in my daypack. Just one SK recipe of many that have enriched my experien...
Tags: Food, Joan, Deb Besides

New to Stream: OVID’s February 2021 Movie Lineup

New to Stream: OVID’s February 2021 Movie Lineup, the curated streaming destination for documentaries and art-house films, has announced its February streaming lineup! OVID exclusives next month include Rogier Kappers’ Emmy nominated documentary Lomax the Songhunter, two films by Romanian director Radu Jude titled I Do Not Care if We Go Down in History as Barbarians and Aferim!, as well as Tsai Ming-liang’s Rebels of the Neon God, The Hole, and much more. You can learn more about thes...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Japan, New York, Hollywood, Movies, France, Nazis, Iraq, Berlin, Nigeria, Africa, US, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, America

Joan Bakewell: ‘The world is full of such interesting people’

Joan Bakewell had been a broadcasting pioneer for more than half a century. And she’s still as forthright as ever. Here, she talks to Sophie Heawood about the empowerment of women, her newly streamlined life and why Boris has got it all wrong about the virusJoan Bakewell writes in her memoir, The Centre of the Bed, about the moment she became an adult. It was 1949 and she was 17, a hard- working grammar schoolgirl from the industrial north, when her frustrated, depressive mother found a photogra...
Tags: Books, Politics, Television, Media, Culture, Infectious Diseases, Television & radio, Cambridge, Boris Johnson, Joan, Joan Bakewell, Boris, Bakewell, Sophie Heawood, Coronavirus

Comment on lemon and lime mintade by deb

In reply to Joan. I have the Breville citrus juicer ( but I used to have this Citristar one ( for years and it was great, I just wanted something faster once it had run its course.
Tags: Food, Joan, Breville

Comment on lemon and lime mintade by Joan

Could you tell me about the juicer you are using? I find that lately I need an alternative to my reamer. Thanks!
Tags: Food, Joan

Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda dies at 93

As a teenager growing up near Philadelphia in the 1940s, Tommy Lasorda said he went to a Phillies game once and asked an obscure outfielder with the visiting team, the New York Giants’ Buster Maynard, to sign his scorecard. Maynard snubbed the young Lasorda, pushing the scorecard away. Years later, Lasorda hadn’t forgotten. Then a 21-year-old left-hander in the Brooklyn Dodgers’ farm system, Lasorda found himself in a Sally League game facing Maynard, hanging on after an intermittent big-league ...
Tags: Texas, News, Australia, Angels, Sports, California News, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Sport, Ap, Soccer, Brooklyn, United States, Obituaries

Comment on baked brie with balsamic red onions by Denise

In reply to Joan. Thank you for that! I now have all the ingredients just by chance. I’m doing it!
Tags: Food, Joan, Denise

Comment on baked brie with balsamic red onions by Joan

In reply to Denise. Denise, it looks like this crust recipe is half of Deb’s normal galette crust. The galette crust corresponds (in terms of flour and butter) to one pie crust, along with a little sour cream or yogurt. So you could try using half of a packaged crust, or you could use the whole thing for a higher crust-to-filling ratio.
Tags: Food, Joan, Deb, Denise Denise

Former Los Angeles City Councilwoman Joan Milke Flores dies at age 83 in San Pedro

The Rangers’ Asdrubal Cabrera slides home to score as Angels catcher Jonathan Lucroy waits on a late throw during the fifth inning of Wednesday’s game in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images) Golden State Warriors’ Andre Iguodala (9) battles for the ball with Los Angeles Clippers’ Montrezl Harrell (5) during the third quarter of Game 2 of their NBA first round playoff series at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. on Monday, April 15, 2019. (Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group) ...
Tags: New York, California, Angels, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, South Africa, Ronald Reagan, Obituaries, Port Of Los Angeles, Davis, Nba, John Le Carre, City Council, Local News, Los Angeles City Council

Remodelista Greatest Hits 2020: At Home in Upstate, New York, with Amanda Pays and Corbin Bernsen

We’ve been following Amanda Pays and Corbin Bernsen for years as they leapfrogged around LA. Amanda is an actress-turned-interior designer who has been on a decades-long house-flipping tear. Her style is pleasingly simple, sustainable (since before it was a buzzword), and thrifty: see, for instance, Backyard Bunkhouse and 11 Money-Saving Strategies from a Hollywood House Flipper. Her partner in the overhauling business is her husband: they’ve lived in 25 places in their 31 years of marriage (alo...
Tags: Facebook, Books, England, California, La, Rebecca, Ikea, Brazil, Santa Fe, Vermont, Joan, Hudson, Craig, Benjamin Moore, Bathrooms, Nyu

Comment on parmesan black pepper biscotti by Joan

Is it just me? When I grated 4 1/2 oz of Parmesan cheese in my food processor, I only got just over a cup of the stuff.
Tags: Food, Joan

Lenox: Emblem of American Christmas Dinners

This Christmas, thousands of American families will pull out their Lenox Holiday china, ensuring that their 2020 family dinner will be just as it was last year, and the year before, and the year before. Roast beef, ham, turkey and other things, will sit smack dab in the midst of a gold-banded white plate, ringed with holly and berry. While thousands of other patterns come out of sideboards and breakfronts at this time of year, the gold framed circles of Lenox Holiday are one of the best-known p...
Tags: Asia, Europe, New York, Texas, Kentucky, White House, China, Christmas, Reagan, United States, New Jersey, Joan Rivers, Michelle Obama, Suzy, Joan, Branding

Joan taps Lauren Costa as executive creative director

Creative vet of agencies including Droga5, Ogilvy and W&K steps in after Dan Lucey departed to become Havas CCO.
Tags: Advertising, Joan, Ogilvy, Dan Lucey, Lauren Costa

Airbnb hires Droga5 as shares surge on IPO, Disney+ debuts movies: Friday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Airbnb hires Droga5 Airbnb, whose shares soared yesterday on its first day of public trading, also has a new lead creative agency. Ad Age’s Lindsay Rittenhouse reveals that the vacation rental f...
Tags: Facebook, Hbo, Instagram, Advertising, Disney, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Nike, Unilever, Nba, Santa Claus, Airbnb, Boulder, Warner, Pixar, Denver

Havas New York hires Dan Lucey as chief creative officer

The Joan executive creative director replaces Harry Bernstein, who left in October.
Tags: Advertising, Joan, Havas New York, Dan Lucey, Harry Bernstein