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LEGO Unveils New LEGO Art Line With Marvel Studios’ Iron Man

LEGO unveils new LEGO Art line with Marvel Studios’ Iron Man The LEGO Group is launching a new canvas for creative expression alongside a series of much-loved partners, designed for adults who pride themselves on their love of pop culture, four new LEGO Art sets give creative adults a different way to transform their passion into art, beginning with Marvel Studios’ Iron Man! Check out LEGO Designer Chris Stamps’ interview on the set in the player below! RELATED: LEGO Group Unveils LEGO Nint...
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Story Behind the Song: Bruce Channel's 'Hey! Baby'

Before it became a high school and college marching band staple, "Hey! Baby" was a fixture of John Lennon's personal jukebox.          [Author: Nashville Tennessean]
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An Andreessen Horowitz partner explains 3 big cybersecurity trends that are winning out because of COVID-19 — and the hardest part about starting a new company during the crisis

Martin Casado is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, the legendary venture-capital firm that had early investments in Facebook, Lyft, Slack, and many other tech powerhouses.  Casado said the firm did not believe COVID-19 would lead to completely new technology trends, but that it would accelerate certain areas that were already succeeding.  The three big cybersecurity trends that he expects to continue gaining momentum are remote work, virtual private networks, and identity-based securit...
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An Andreessen Horowitz partner explains the three big cybersecurity trends that are winning out because of COVID — and the hardest part about starting a new company during the crisis

Martin Casado is a general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, the legendary venture capital firm that had early investments in Facebook, Lyft, Slack, and many other tech powerhouses.  Casado says that A16z does not believe that COVID-19 will lead to completely new technology trends, but it does believe that it will accelerate certain areas that were already succeeding.  The three big cybersecurity trends that he expects to continue gaining momentum are remote work, virtual private networks, and i...
Tags: Microsoft, John Lennon, San Francisco, Trends, Liverpool, Kaspersky, Paul Mccartney, Vpn, Andreessen Horowitz, Ashton Kutcher, Cloudflare, Stanford University, Vmware, Ping, Yubico, Casado


The Moment When Bob Dylan Went Electric: Watch Him Play “Maggie’s Farm” at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965

The phrase “when Dylan went electric” once carried as much weight in pop culture history as “the fall of the Berlin Wall” carries in, well, history. Both events have receded into what feels like the distant past, but in the early 1960s, they likely seemed equally unlikely to many a serious Bob Dylan fan in the folk scene. The also seemed equally consequential. To understand the culture of the decade, we must understand the import of Dylan’s appearance at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965...
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Weird History looks back at the year 1980

If you were sentient in 1980, this summary of that watershed year will bring back a flood of memories. If you weren't, behold the weird world of 40 years ago. While the aesthetic is dead on, it's not so much weird history as it is regular history, which happens to be weird. Via Weird History: 1980. The start of the decade. It was a totally rad decade that was filled with many changes to our culture. From the rise of Ronald Reagan to the tragic ending of John Lennon, the year 1980 would see...
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Fifty years of Bob Harris on air to be marked at Radio 2

Greg James will interview radio legend Bob Harris about his 50 years in broadcasting as part of the BBC Radio 2 summer schedules. The programme called ‘Bob And Greg’ airs on Saturday 22nd August at 9pm. The Radio 1 Breakfast presenter grew up with Bob’s famous whispering voice coming out of the radios at home as his father, Alan, has been a fan since Bob’s first broadcast on Radio 1 in August 1970. Greg will talk in depth to Bob about his life – including writing sleeve notes for an unknown E...
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HOA Homefront: But I disagree with the board. What next?

In our culture today, disagreement is mishandled more than ever before. However, disagreement is to be expected between directors of common interest developments (aka HOAs), and the way it is understood and handled can either enhance or harm the association community and its governance. Voting “no” is not disloyal. Volunteer directors are expected to think independently and use their best judgment on board decisions and not just rubber-stamp their colleague’s opinions. With varying backgrounds a...
Tags: Business, California, John Lennon, Sport, Soccer, Richardson, College of Community Association Lawyers, Kelly G Richardson Esq CCAL, DeNichilo LLP


What it's like when one of your oldest friends becomes a conspiracy theorist

Online conspiracy theories about COVID-19 are having real-world impacts. In the UK, conspiracy theorists who falsely connect the pandemic to the increasing use of 5G technologies have set mobile masts on fire. I spoke to a former school friend who was one of the smartest in class, but has since spent many years totally absorbed in multiple conspiracy theories. One expert in misinformation said conspiracy theories were a way for people to establish control during frightening events like a pande...
Tags: UK, London, Indonesia, Australia, Youtube, North Korea, China, John Lennon, US, America, Trends, NHS, Bill Gates, Vatican, University of Bristol, Yougov


I have adopted an answer to the mystery of the strange photograph: The Phantom Gnat!

You remember this photograph I posted yesterday, an image I was surprised to find among my sunrise photographs and not something I was trying to do: I had said in the comments: "I know it’s out of focus, but why? And why is the sun a full circle? It was only a quarter of the way up."Oddly, some people were talking about the "circle of confusion" (a complicated subject in photography) and others were talking about the song by Cyrkle, "Red Rubber Ball" (because, as Paul Simon wrote in the lyrics,...
Tags: Law, Wikipedia, John Lennon, Beach Boys, Paul Simon, Insects, Hairstyles, Simon, Don, US Coast Guard, Garfunkel, Rhonda, Lafayette College, Easton Pennsylvania, Brian Epstein, Shondells


Don’t wave the white flag on America

One of the very first things I did after moving into my house was put up a flag pole. I borrowed a posthole digger, mixed some cement, and set the pole overnight. I raised the flag the next morning and have flown it every day since, 20 years now, and it will fly again today. I don’t fly the flag as a partisan statement, and while I’m getting up there in age, I don’t need to see the flag to remember what country I live in. I fly the flag as an expression of pride and gratitude for the freedoms, o...
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Cool Stuff: New LEGO Art Sets Let You Build Pop Culture Portraits of Darth Vader, Iron Man & More

It can be hard to find enough shelf space for all the LEGO sets inspired by our favorite movies and TV shows. Thankfully, the building brick company has launched the new LEGO Art sets, which allow builders to create pop culture portraits with a  mosaic art style, thanks to thousands of tiny LEGO studs. The first wave of LEGO Art sets have been revealed, and they include portraits of characters like Darth Vader, Darth Maul and Kylo Ren from Star Wars, as well as various versions of Iron Man. For...
Tags: Art, Toys, Movies, John Lennon, US, The Beatles, Lego, Iron-Man, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Ringo Starr, Cool Stuff, Kylo Ren


'We were in that first wave of creative diarrhea' -- Chris O'Dowd says celebrities' 'Imagine' cover was a mistake

Chris O'Dowd admits that singing John Lennon's "Imagine" amid the coronavirus pandemic was not the greatest idea.
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Written in Stone 2020

 I have been immensely interested in the many debates surrounding statues, flag designs, and the naming of buildings, universities, and even lakes in the past several months.  The Duke University Press published in September 2018 a second edition of my 1998 book Written in Stone:  Public Monuments in Changing Societies.  2018  seems like far more than two years ago, even if one takes into account the fact that I was adding to my 20,000 word "afterword" until literally the day the book went to p...
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When the Beatles Refused to Play Before Segregated Audiences on Their First U.S. Tour (1964)

When American rock and roll made its way to the UK in the 1950s and 60s, along with a burgeoning folk and blues revival, many young British fans hadn’t been conditioned to think of music in the same way as their U.S. counterparts. “Unlike racially segregated Americans,” for example, “the Beatles didn’t see—or hear—the difference between Elvis and Chuck Berry,” writes Joseph Tirella, “between the Everly Brothers and the Marvelettes.” They also couldn’t see playing to segregated audien...
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Unbundling DACA and Unpacking Regents: What Chief Justice Roberts Got Right

Benjamin Eidelson This post offers preliminary analysis of DHS v. Regents, last Thursday’s Supreme Court decision invalidating the 2017 rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy. I’ll focus mainly on Chief Justice Roberts’ approach to the merits, which closely tracks a theory developed in a brief that I co-authored on behalf of the “D.C. Respondents” (as well as an op-ed that I published in the fall). [1] I’ll also flesh out the Court’s sound reasons for refusing...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, John Lennon, Court, Reagan, Dhs, United States, Social Security, Harry Potter, Michigan, Epa, Nielsen, Duke, Justice Department


Staying In With Vienna Shorts

Cooped up inside like the rest of the world, I found myself doing the same things everyone else was doing: puzzles, books, listening to music, and watching loads of TV and film. As I juggled streaming options, old black and white films, and monster movies I was pretty excited to get an online pass for Vienna Shorts 2020. Held from May 28th to June 2 and featuring over 280 short films from around the world, there was a lot to dig into. One of the things I love about short films is that th...
Tags: John Lennon, Stimuli, Vienna, West, Marvin, Mick Jagger, Guillermo Del Toro, Brazil, Ibm, Mars, Charles, Alex, Kiev, Academia, Simon, Jo


Peter Jackson’s Beatles Documentary ‘Get Back’ Delayed Nearly an Entire Year

This fall, Disney would have given fans of The Beatles a wonderful gift in the form of Peter Jackson‘s documentary The Beatles: Get Back. Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the movie being delayed nearly an entire year from the original September 2020 release date. Disney confirmed (via Variety) that The Beatles: Get Back will now be released on August 27, 2021. The project was first announced in January of 2019 as a chronicle of the recording of the band’s final album, L...
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ABKCO Unveils Alejandro Jodorowsky: 4K Restoration Collection!

ABKCO unveils Alejandro Jodorowsky: 4K Restoration Collection! ABKCO Films has revealed the Alejandro Jodorowsky: 4K Restoration Collection, a retrospective look at the acclaimed Chilean filmmaker’s work featuring three of his films remastered as well as a short film, bonus features and CD soundtracks for two of the films! The unboxing trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: House by the Cemetery & New York Ripper Getting 4K Releases PB = PB || {};...
Tags: UK, New York, Movies, Mexico, France, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, House, Italy, Columbia University, Scandinavia, Cannes film festival, Freud, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Minerva Pictures, Alamo


Graduation: Carlos Santana to address UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music grads

Carlos Santana will deliver the keynote address at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music’s June 19 commencement, which will be held online, the university announced Monday, June 8. “I feel honored to be speaking to young musicians and a new generation of music scholars,” Santana said in a statement released by UCLA. “The class of 2020 is resilient, and their voices are needed now more than ever. I want them to use their music as a platform to empower and unite as we seek justice and creative solu...
Tags: News, Education, California, Mexico, John Lennon, San Francisco, Sport, Yoko Ono, Soccer, United States, Graduation, Carlos Santana, Ucla, Woodstock, Roll Hall of Fame, Santana


How to dissolve your ego—and why you should

Many of us are held back by the idea of ourselves that our egos have built and will do anything to maintain. Oftentimes this manifests as a fear of failure, an inability to start on new projects, or the evasion of responsibility. Here we have five suggestions on how to keep your ego in check. Even for those who aren't self-absorbed, egos can get in the way more often than we'd like. Having a sense of self isn't bad, but we can become so invested in the idea of who we are that we refuse to take n...
Tags: Failure, John Lennon, Meditation, Innovation, Fear, Ufc, Buddhism, Ego, Thompson, Personal Growth, Tim Ferriss, Hunter, Buddhist, Leary, Sam Harris, Timothy Leary


NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio Invokes John Lennon’s “Imagine” To Dismiss The Idea Of Defunding Police

Amidst countless reports of New York police brutalizing and escalating confrontations with protesters over the past week, including the incident where police rammed vans into crowds of demonstrators, NYC mayor Bill De Blasio has tirelessly praised and defended the NYPD. The NYPD has long been hostile to De Blasio, supposed progressive and More »
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Amazon Prime Video June 2020 Movie & TV Titles Announced

Amazon Prime Video June 2020 movie & TV titles announced The list for the new Amazon Prime Video June 2020 movies and TV titles has been released, which you can view below! This includes new Amazon original movies, series and specials including weekly docuseries Regular Heroes, Gina Brillion’s third stand-up special Gina Brillon: The Floor is Lava and Patrick Vollrath’s feature directorial debut 7500. RELATED: Blumhouse’s Run Sweetheart Run Acquired By Amazon Studios PRIDE Collection: Find...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Berlin, John Lennon, US, Long, Paris, Showtime, Elton John, TV News, Streaming, Mike Myers, Rachel Mcadams, Pbs, Bronx


How “Strawberry Fields Forever” Contains “the Craziest Edit” in Beatles History

The story of “Strawberry Fields Forever” is more or less the story in miniature of the Beatles' reinvention after they swore off touring in 1966 and disappeared into the studio to make their most innovative albums. It was not, as some Beatles fans might remember, an easy transition right away. Some of their fans, it turned out, were fickle, easily swayed by gossip as the latest TV trends. “While unsubstantiated break-up rumors swirled, some music fans became disenchanted with the group,”...
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COVID-19 Guide for Marketers

During the Great Plague of London in 1665, a young student at Cambridge retreated to his birthplace manor. He was in what’s now called “social isolation” to avoid being infected. In the year he spent mostly cut off from the rest of the world, he achieved three significant things: Invented the system known as calculus. Discovered that white light is made up of different colors by drilling a hole in the shutter of his bedroom window and holding a prism up to the beam of sunlight. Watched apples f...
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Norco ’80, part 3: Even near ‘Bank Robbery Capital,’ deputies couldn’t know what was coming

Norco ’80 The true story of the most spectacular bank robbery in American history Parts 12 3 of 14 If you had robbed a bank in the greater Los Angeles metro area on May 9, 1980, you would not have been alone. Los Angeles was the undisputed “Bank Robbery Capital of the World,” with one-quarter of all bank heists in the United States committed withing the jurisdiction of the L.A. field office of the FBI, which included Riverside and San Bernardino counties. By 1980, an average of six ba...
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John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s Home Listed for $47.5M

Reprinted from American Luxury Magazine The onetime Florida waterfront retreat of John Lennon and Yoko Ono surfaced on the open market this month with an asking price of $47.5 million, reports The Wall Street Journal. The estate—which occupies ~1.5 acres of prime Palm Beach land—is anchored by a 10,559 square foot main house designed by high-society architect Addison Mizner. The estate is called El Solano, and it last sold in 2016, when it fetched just over $23 million. Its asking price re...
Tags: Florida, France, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Radio, Lennon, El Solano, Addison Mizner, Palm Beach, Ono, Marc Rasmussen, American Luxury Magazine, Spain Italy Morocco Japan


New to Hulu June 2020: All the Movies & Shows Coming & Going

New to Hulu June 2020: All the Movies & Shows Coming & Going Hulu has announced the titles coming to the streamer next month, including Elisabeth Moss’ Shirley, the documentary premiere of We Are Freestyle Love Supreme, the series premiere of Crossing Swords, the June installment of Into the Dark titled Good Boy, the premiere of the Love, Simon spinoff series Love, Victor, and the series premiere of Taste the Nation with Padma Lakshmi (via Vital Thrills). RELATED: Crossing Swords Teaser Previ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Abc, John Lennon, Robin Hood, Paris, Ifc, Showtime, TV News, Dreamworks, Streaming, Mike Tyson, Rakuten, Hulu, Bangkok, Beckham


Watch A Bunch Of Famous Comedians Sing Weird Al’s “Eat It” On The Mr. Show Zoomtacular Annual Business Call Event For Charity

Gal Gadot's star-studded "celebrities sing John Lennon's 'Imagine'" video was such a beautiful self-own that it immediately spawned a bunch of parodies. Zack Fox, Thundercat, 6lack, and Eric Andre gave a heartfelt performance of "Slob On My Knob." Indie stars like Mac DeMarco, Danny Brown, Robin Pecknold, and Natalie Prass came … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Better Call Saul, Breaking Bad, Bob Odenkirk, John Lennon, Fred Armisen, Eric Andre, Jack Black, Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, Al Franken, Scott Aukerman, Natalie Prass, Rachel Bloom, Weird Al Yankovic


A Rainbow in This Storm

It looks like we will be in isolation for a while. Let’s make the best use of this time. And here are five things to take to heart. I hope you like this photo I took from my friends balcony that overlooks the lake in Boca Raton. Maya Angelou’s words couldn’t be more perfect for these times, don’t you agree? Governor Cuomo reminded us to “Find ways to make a little joy.” So, I had a Zoom Cocktail Party. It was BYOB and dogs were welcomed! My friends we amazed that seeing one another made suc...
Tags: Law, John Lennon, Maya Angelou, Legal Marketing, Cuomo, Simon Sinek, Boca Raton, BYOB