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Shorties (Cheryl Strayed on Books & Reading, The Best Emo Songs of All Time, and more)

Cheryl Strayed talked books and reading with the New York Times. Vulture listed the best emo songs of all time. February's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $2.99 today: The Current by Tim Johnston Rolling Stone shared an oral history of Black Sabbath's eponymous debut album, released 50 years ago. Samantha Hunt talked to the Atlantic about her story in the magazine's March issue. I love to think about precision of language. I grew up with a fantastic bunch of poets by my sid...
Tags: Music, Cheryl Strayed, David, Atlantic, New York Times, James Bond, Nick Hornby, Samantha Hunt, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Newsweek, Billie Eilish, John Ross, Jenny Odell, Tobias Wolff, Laura Veirs, Steph Post


Eerie Gaits – “What’s Eating You”

While you might know John Ross as the frontman of Wild Pink, he's also got quite an impressive body of solo work under the moniker Eerie Gaits. After releasing two EPs, his dreamy full-length debut, 2017's Bridge Music, floored us. He turned back to Wild Pink for a while afterwards, for the stunning … More »
Tags: Music, John Ross, Wild Pink, Eerie Gaits


John Ross Promoted to Vice President, Features and Events, at Variety

Variety’s three-time Emmy Award-winning producer and managing director of features and events John Ross has been upped to VP, features and events. Ross, who exec produces Variety’s Actors on Actors series, has been instrumental to the development of Variety’s features business, including the Young Hollywood issue, the Pride issue, Showman of the Year, the Billion […]
Tags: News, Ross, Variety, John Ross, Young Hollywood


NFL or the Olympics? USC RB Kenan Christon wants to do both

USC’s athletic history is a rich and storied one. The Trojans have won 107 NCAA championships among all their various programs. The football team has produced seven Heisman Trophy winners and 12 Pro Football Hall of Famers. So there aren’t many firsts left to accomplish for current USC athletes. But one thing has never been done before by a Trojan: Play in the NFL and participate in the Olympic Games. That’s something that Kenan Christon is aiming to change. The freshman running back has taken c...
Tags: Colorado, Navy, Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, San Diego, College sports, Heisman Trophy, Ncaa, Ohio, Madison, Usc, Walter Payton


Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 6 Pickups: Despite Rudolph Injury, Diontae Johnson A Solid WR Option

Matt Citak (CBS Boston)- Week 5 of the NFL season is over, and what a weird week it was. This past weekend, we saw several players explode for the best fantasy performances of their careers. Christian McCaffrey, Aaron Jones and Will Fuller finished with around 45 fantasy points each, while guys such as DJ Chark (32 points), Josh Jacobs (28 points) and Michael Gallup (21 points) exploded onto the fantasy scene with massive outings. On the other hand, we also witnessed some prominent players sorel...
Tags: Cook, Minnesota, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Steelers, Fantasy Football, Sammy Watkins, New York Giants, Johnson, Kansas City, Giants, Baltimore, Michael Evans, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati


Bengals keep WR John Ross, give him important role

CINCINNATI (AP) — John Ross read the reports that the Bengals were trying to trade him ahead of the draft. Not only did they keep him, they decided not to add any receivers, leaving Ross with an even higher profile heading into his third season. Still here, still waiting for that breakout season. “They’ve put […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Ross, Cincinnati, Bengals, John Ross


Robin VanDenabeele Joins IGA As Director of IGA Exclusive Brands

IGA announced today that Robin VanDenabeele has joined the IGA team as director of IGA Exclusive Brands, overseeing IGA’s private brand redesign, product development, and marketing. VanDenabeele has spent the last four years with Midwest natural/organic grocery chain Fresh Thyme Market, where she launched a more than 1,800 SKU private label brand that earned 30 artistic awards and generated over $100 million in sales across just 77 plus stores. Previously she worked for Topco on a $215 million p...
Tags: Featured, Walgreens, Grocery, Branding, Robin, Midwest, IRI, John Ross, Iga, Topco, Vandenabeele, ROBIN VANDENABEELE, IGA Exclusive Brands, IGA Exclusive Brand


Campbell, Isabella post best times at NFL scouting combine

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Receivers Parris Campbell and Andy Isabella each completed the 40-yard dash in 4.31 seconds to post the fastest times Saturday at the NFL’s annual scouting combine. Mecole Hardman and D.K. Metcalf tied for third at 4.33 and were the only other players to run under 4.35. Bengals receiver John Ross set the […]
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, Indianapolis, Ap, Bengals, Metcalf, John Ross, Parris Campbell, Mecole Hardman, Andy Isabella, Campbell Isabella


Report: Cincinnati Bengals interested in trading wide receiver John Ross

Less than a month on the job, Zac Taylor appears interested in moving Cincinnati Bengals former first-round pick John Ross.            [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Cincinnati Bengals, Zac Taylor, John Ross, Cincinnati Enquirer


Chargers vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Who has the edge?

BENGALS (5-7) at CHARGERS (9-3) When: Sunday, 1:05 p.m. PT Where: StubHub Center Line: Chargers by 14 TV/Radio: KCBS/2; 640-AM, 980-AM (Spanish) CHARGERS OFFENSE VS. BENGALS DEFENSE The Chargers offense struggled to get going against the Steelers, scoring only seven points and rushing for two yards in the first half. Behind Justin Jackson’s second-half spark, Los Angeles broke loose for 26 points, including 23 unanswered. Jackson didn’t get his first carry until the third quarter last week, but ...
Tags: Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Steelers, Chargers, Atkins, Jackson, King, Stubhub, Lions, Ravens, Ben Roethlisberger, Lewis


Melvin Gordon to miss Chargers’ game Sunday, but could return Thursday against Chiefs

COSTA MESA – Melvin Gordon won’t be available Sunday for the Chargers’ Week 14 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals at the StubHub Center. Gordon was officially ruled out Friday by the team. The fourth-year running back didn’t practice this week because of an MCL sprain and will miss his second consecutive game. RELATED: Chargers injury report for Sunday’s game vs. Bengals “We didn’t feel like he was ready this week,” Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said. “He did some things, he looked better. But...
Tags: Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Melvin Gordon, Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, Stubhub, Gordon, Lynn, Chiefs, Bengals, Los Angeles Chargers, Costa Mesa


Chargers injury report vs. Cincinnati Bengals | Who’s in, who’s out?

A look at Chargers players who were listed on the injury report this week and their status for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals: Melvin Gordon, running back Injury: Knee Participation status: Did not participate Wednesday-Friday Official status: Out Outlook: Gordon was seen running and jumping during drills at practice this week, but the Chargers are playing it safe against a Bengals team that has lost four in a row. Brandon Mebane, defensive tackle Injury: Not injury related Partici...
Tags: Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Chargers, Melvin Gordon, Omaha Nebraska, Gordon, Bengals, Los Angeles Chargers, Ken Whisenhunt, Mike Pouncey, John Ross, Brandon Mebane


Report: Ken Whisenhunt won’t leave Chargers to be head coach at Georgia Tech

COSTA MESA — Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt removed his name from consideration for the vacant head coaching job at Georgia Tech Thursday, according to an ESPN report. When he met with the media at his weekly news conference at the Chargers’ headquarters earlier in the day on Thursday, Whisenhunt confirmed that he had spoken with Georgia Tech athletic director Todd Stansbury about becoming the head coach at the Atlanta university. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories e...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Arizona Cardinals, Melvin Gordon, Espn, Philip Rivers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Antonio Gates, Temple, Pittsburgh, Georgia Tech, Bengals


Chargers’ Brandon Mebane by daughter’s side during absence

COSTA MESA — Last week, the Chargers avoided the freezing temperatures that usually hit Pittsburgh in December. It was a comfortable 62 degrees on the day the Chargers defeated the Steelers. But the night before the big game, one of the team captains wasn’t so lucky. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. Brandon Mebane’s car got stuck in the snow after he and his wife left a children’s hospital in Omaha, Nebraska. Growing ...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Steelers, Chargers, Melvin Gordon, Omaha, Pittsburgh, Omaha Nebraska, Gordon, Lynn, Los Angeles Chargers, Costa Mesa, Anthony Lynn


Bengals WR John Ross set to return to L.A., where he made his name with Jordan High School

Before he was a receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals – set to return to Los Angeles for the first time as a professional Sunday against the Chargers – before he was the ninth-overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft, before he was playmaker for the Washington Huskies, John Ross was simply the new kid at Jordan High School. After his freshman year at Dorsey, Ross’ family moved to Long Beach and he enrolled at Jordan. Despite a reputation he’d built in youth football leagues around Los Angeles, Ross was ...
Tags: Washington, Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Chargers, Jordan, Young, Ross, High School Sports, Ucla, Stubhub, Pittsburgh


Kartje on NFL: Can anyone keep up with the New Orleans Saints?

Michael Thomas turned upfield, with nothing but open turf in front of him and Rams cornerback Marcus Peters already two steps behind. It was all the time Drew Brees needed – and all the room the Saints would need to leave the rest of the NFL in their dust. Seventy-two yards later, the Saints had not only slayed the unbeatable Rams, but stolen their pedestal at the top rung of the league. Even before Thomas’ shootout-winning sprint, as the rest of the world – this writer, included – raved about h...
Tags: Minnesota, Washington, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Drew Brees, Raiders, Atlanta, Sport, Green, Soccer, New Orleans, Chargers, Aaron Rodgers, Buffalo Bills, Johnson, Saints


Fantasy football players to watch in Week 10 in the NFL

Our weekly look at the Fantasy players to watch in the NFL: FANTASY PLAYER OF THE WEEK Tyler Boyd, WR, Bengals: If the Bengals have any chance of keeping up with Drew Brees and the Saints, then they’re going to have to gain a ton of yards through the air. With A.J. Green out, Boyd is the likely beneficiary. He’s actually been almost as consistent as Green this season, with at least six catches or 62 yards in five of eight games. Unless John Ross suddenly becomes reliable, Boyd should rack up r...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Drew Brees, Raiders, Sport, Green, Soccer, Johnson, Saints, Duke, Andrew Luck, Keenan Allen, Week, Bengals, Duke Johnson, Doyle


New Angels manager Brad Ausmus is confident he and the team can take next step together

New Angels manager Brad Ausmus, left, is joined by his wife Liz at a press conference to introduce him last month at Angel Stadium. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) New Angels manager Brad Ausmus talks to reporters during his introductory news conference last month at Angel Stadium. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds New Angels manager Brad Ausmus talks to reporters during his introductory news conference last month at Angel Stad...
Tags: Angels, Sports, Sport, Soccer, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Dartmouth, Arizona, San Diego, Mlb, Tigers, Houston, St Louis, Detroit, San Diego County, Yankees


51 Irish enter Regional Qualifying for The Open

County Louth hosts Local Qualifying for The Open on Monday, June 25 Nineteen amateurs are among the 51 Irish players entered for Regional Qualifying for The Open on Monday.They will be in action at six of the 13 venues across Great Britain and Ireland with 17 of them teeing it up at County Louth Golf Club, which is one of five new venues this year.While Eoin Leonard goes at Fairha...
Tags: Sport, Ireland, Golf, Great Britain, Majors, Berwick, Louth, Fairhaven, John Ross, Andrew Owens, Amateur golf, Baltray, Renaissance Club, County Louth Golf Club, Keith Thompson, Notts Hollinwell Prince


Wild Pink Are Making The Leap Whether They Know It Or Not

"I just saw something happened with Kanye, right?" This is John Ross’ way of saying he’s not particularly plugged into the pop culture narrative of the day -- my conversation with the Wild Pink frontman occurred after Kanye West’s return to Twitter held the lives of music writers hostage for about a week straight. More »
Tags: Music, Interview, Kanye West, Premiere, Kanye, John Ross, Wild Pink


Eerie Gaits – “Anhonestain”

"Anhonestain" is the immersive new ambient track from Eerie Gaits, the solo project of Wild Pink's John Ross. As the follow-up to his 2017 debut album Bridge Music, this explorative piece sounds like a walk through nature. With drawn-out, sweeping synths, Ross creates a space for contemplative discovery. There’s a constant motion to it; … More »
Tags: Music, Premiere, Ross, John Ross, Wild Pink, Eerie Gaits


‘The Terror’ Review: ‘A Mercy’ Feels the Burn

Welcome to our weekly recaps of AMC’s historical horror show The Terror. This The Terror review takes a look at the sixth fiery episode, “A Mercy.” Spoilers follow. In this week’s episode: The men have a carnival! The carnival goes very, very wrong! Lead poisoning! Tongue’s removed! A fiery blaze! A Darkness Tonight’s episode of The Terror certainly plays up the whole terror element. Even after multiple episodes full of sudden death, dismemberment and monster attacks, episode 6,...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, Amc, Features, Adaptation, Jared Harris, Collins, Ross, Heather, Prospero, MacDonald, Stanley, Hickey, Tobias Menzies


Revered and reviled: George Washington’s relationship with Indian nations

During George Washington’s presidency, Indian delegates were regular visitors to the seat of government. Washington dined with Cherokees, Chickasaws, Creeks, Kaskaskias, Mahicans, Mohawks, Oneidas, and Senecas; in one week late in 1796, he had dinner with four different groups of Indians on four different days—and on such occasions the most powerful man in the United States followed the customs of his Indian visitors, smoked calumet pipes, exchanged wampum belts, and drank punch with them. Washi...
Tags: Books, Featured, Mississippi, Congress, Washington, Senate, America, History, United States, Trade, Philadelphia, George Washington, Wikimedia Commons, John Ross, Henry Knox, Native American History


Video Podcast: New Age Scout Rifle

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Tags: Featured, Guns, John Ross, Verdana, Michael Bane, S&W 500, Weekly Video Podcast


Video Podcast: The Ideal .500 S&W Magnum

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Tags: Featured, Guns, Michael, Rocky Mountains, Smith Wesson, John Ross, Verdana, S&W 500, Weekly Video Podcast, Star Speedloaders


‘The Terror’ Review: ‘The Ladder’ Increases the Body Count

Welcome to our weekly recaps of AMC’s new historical horror show The Terror. This The Terror review takes a look at the third shocking episode, “The Ladder.” Spoilers follow. The Great White Nothing R.I.P., Sir John Franklin. This week’s episode of The Terror , “The Ladder,” features a moment that will surely shock anyone who hasn’t read Dan Simmons’ source novel. Franklin (Ciarán Hinds), the commander of the entire darn expedition, meets a brutal end at the hands of the still mostly-u...
Tags: Television, Movies, Horror, Amc, Jared Harris, Ross, Irving, Gore, Gibson, Franklin, Ciarán Hinds, Hickey, John Ross, Crozier, Swan, John Franklin


Down Range Radio #562: The Stigmatization of Gun Owners

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Tags: Facebook, Featured, Guns, Michael, Second Amendment, John Ross, Verdana, Michael Bane, Self Defense, Down Range Radio, Personal Defense, Shooting Sports, Tom Knighton, Leroy Thompson John Linebaugh, Tiegen Foundation The Music of Pistol Jazz, Roger Plexico


Contractors File Millions in Liens Against the Pro Football Hall Of Fame Project

Construction of the new Tom Benson Stadium in Canton was completed in the nick of time for the 2017 Pro Football Hall of Fame game last August. But five months later, the sub-contractors who got it done say they are still haven’t gotten paid. John Ross is a Northeast Ohio Attorney representing some of the Benson Stadium contractors. He says his four clients are among a group of sub-contractors who filed liens against the property in the past week totally nearly $6 million. “So that’s what about ...
Tags: Hall of Fame, Ross, Tim Rudell, Canton, Tom Benson, Pro Football Hall of Fame, John Ross, Benson Stadium


Bengals' first-round pick John Ross was considered at CB due to injuries

Although the idea of a player drafted in the top 10 as a receiver playing cornerback might seem odd, Ross actually has experience at the position.
Tags: NFL, Ross, CB, John Ross


Chargers rookie Mike Williams still hopeful after knee, back injuries

COSTA MESA — Thanksgiving could have been better for Mike Williams. The Chargers’ rookie receiver had barely stepped on the field Dallas when his right knee buckled, ending his day six steps into his first route. He got himself off the field, but left the sideline on a cart — and the stadium on crutches. For two days, he wondered just how bad his injury was. “I really couldn’t put any pressure on it or walk with it,” Williams said. “During that time, I was scared.” By the end of the weekend, he ...
Tags: Washington, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Williams, Chargers, Dallas, Philip Rivers, Buffalo, Clemson, Costa, Keenan Allen, Stubhub, Browns, Allen