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Wednesday’s Southern, City Section playoff basketball, soccer schedule

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. Wednesday’s playoff schedule for CIF Southern and City Section. CIF SOUTHERN SECTION Girls basketball quarterfinals (Games at 7 p.m.) Open Division: Etiwanda at Sierra Canyon Division 1: Harvard-Westlake vs. Rolling Hills Prep at Harbor College; Chaminade at ML King Division 2AA: Fairmont Prep at Saugus Division 2A: Burroughs/Burbank at Whittier Christian; Oaks Christian at Bishop Amat Division 3AA: Lancas...
Tags: Hollywood, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Chatsworth, Kennedy, High School Sports, Wilson, Marshall, San Bernardino, South East, Diego Rivera, Anaheim, Fairfax, Santee


Boeing 737 Max Disaster Series in Works From Rory Kennedy, Imagine Documentaries (EXCLUSIVE)

Documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy is teaming with Imagine Entertainment for a new series about the tragedy and subsequent scandal over the defunct Boeing 737-Max airplane, sources tell Variety. Kennedy and her husband and producing partner, Emmy-nominated writer Mark Bailey, are teaming up with Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s unscripted division at Imagine, run by Justin […]
Tags: News, Emmy, Boeing, Ron Howard, Kennedy, Brian Grazer, Justin, Mark Bailey, Rory Kennedy


"President Donald Trump's campaign manager deleted a tweet featuring a dramatic photo of Air Force One at the Daytona 500 after users pointed out that..."

"... the shot was from President George W. Bush's visit to the NASCAR race in 2004, not from Trump's visit on Sunday."CNN reports. I'm going to use my old tag "the Air Force 1 photo op." The "the" is confusing here. The tag was created to cover what was easily recognized at the time as the Air Force 1 photo op. Do you remember it?Here's my one post on the subject, from May 9, 2009, linking to the CS Monitor article, "Aide resigns over Air Force One fiasco -- Biden not involved""Once news broke t...
Tags: Florida, Law, Obama, Cnn, United States, Air Force, Biden, Donald Trump, Nascar, George W Bush, Kennedy, Clinton, Trump, Daytona, Lower Manhattan, Maggie Haberman


Kennedy Revises Impeachable Offense Stance: ‘It Depends On Why He Asked For It’

Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) has revised his stance on what constitutes an impeachable offense for the President during an appearance on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday morning. When asked by CBS’ Margaret Brennan whether he stood by his statement on the show last November that it would be an impeachable offense if the President asked for an investigation of a political rival, Kennedy responded that “it depends on why he asked for it.” “I think what I said at the time was that if a president asked f...
Tags: News, Joe Biden, Ukraine, Cbs, Amy Klobuchar, Giuliani, Rudy Giuliani, Kennedy, Trump, Geraldo Rivera, John Kennedy, CBS Face the Nation, Brennan, Bidens, Margaret Brennan, Sen Kennedy


Basketball roundup: Sierra Canyon routs St. John Bosco in Open Division opener

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. NORTHRIDGE >> Other than Terren Frank’s big dunk in the second half, the biggest cheers came when junior Robert Thibiant, who rarely plays, hit a 3-pointer in garbage time of Sierra Canyon’s 67-39 rout of St. John Bosco at Cal State Northridge Friday night. Frank had a game-high 19 points and BJ Boston added 18. The lopsided score wasn’t a good indication of Sierra Canyon’s offensive performance. It will n...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Vikings, Notre Dame, Kennedy, Valencia, High School Sports, Colony, Frank, Northridge, Westlake, Oak Park, Braves, St Anthony, Laguna Beach


Could you live in 350 square feet? Southland cities hope micro-housing can help tackle affordability

Dawn Davis knew what she was getting into. She showed up, months before, to measure the space. All 380 square feet of it. She planned where her bed would fit — in the corner by the window, with a small trunk at its foot. She imagined her loveseat sliding in close by, with a small room divider to separate the two. And she contemplated which of the things she’d carted along with her since she left her childhood home more than 30 years prior — from New Jersey to North Carolina to Ohio to Florida to...
Tags: Florida, News, South Park, California, Housing, La, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, New Jersey, Davis, Long Beach, Tokyo, Ohio, City Council


What it's like to work at Wieden and Kennedy, the offbeat ad agency behind some of the most iconic ads of the past decade

Wieden and Kennedy, the agency behind Nike and McDonald's ads, has made some of the most iconic ads of the past decade and is also known for having a quirky work culture. It's not big on titles, likes to hire industry outsiders, and has a nontraditional organizational approach.  Insiders shared what it's like to work at the agency and the thinking behind its unconventional style. Click here for more BI Prime stories. For people in advertising, Wieden and Kennedy, the agency behind award-winni...
Tags: New York, China, NFL, Trends, Nike, Shanghai, Portland Oregon, Adweek, Kennedy, Uniqlo, Delta Air Lines, McDonald, Bloomingdale, Myers, Lieberman, John Jay


These Are the Roger Stone Prosecutors Who Quit the Case

The team of assistant U.S. attorneys withdrew from the case after the Justice Department overruled their sentencing recommendation and pushed for a more lenient punishment for President Trump’s former campaign adviser.
Tags: News, Maryland, United States, Justice Department, Legal Profession, Kennedy, Perjury, Trump, Jonathan, Stevens, John Paul, Breyer, Stone, Garland, Mueller, Zelinsky


Advertisers panic over privacy, a new ad agency emerges, and Mark Penn looks for savings at MDC

Hello! Before I get into the week's advertising and media news, a plug: We're publishing a list of PR experts focused on crisis communications, and we're looking for your recommendations. Get all the details and fill out the nomination form by Feb. 14 here. On to the news. Lauren Johnson reported in Palm Springs, California, at the IAB's Annual Leadership Conference, where marketers are panicking about Google's plans to get rid of the cookies that are the bedrock of digital advertising. Markete...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Etsy, California, La, Samsung, Trends, CMO, Nike, Netflix, SEC, WeWork, Vizio, Kennedy, Viacom


Trump's New 'More American' Air Force One Is A Disgrace To The Name

Since the Kennedy Administration, the light-blue and white jet carrying the president has been more than just transportation for American leadership. It has been a symbol of what that leadership was meant to represent. An internationally-minded, forward-thinking ethos steeped in Modernism and Internationalism. Now,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Kennedy, Trump, Air Force One, Planelopnik


Symposium: Does the president have the right to fire the director of the CFPB without cause?

Alan B. Morrison is the Lerner Family Associate Dean for Public Interest & Public Service Law at George Washington University Law School. He filed an amicus brief on behalf of neither party in Seila Law, LLC v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. For many years, supporters of the unitary executive theory have been hoping that the Supreme Court would take on the question of whether Congress can protect the heads of independent federal agencies from removal by the president except for cause, as ...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Obama, Congress, California, Barack Obama, United States, House Of Representatives, Federal Communications Commission, Donald Trump, National Labor Relations Board, Kennedy, Paul Clement, Securities And Exchange Commission, Trump


What it's like to work at Wieden and Kennedy, one of advertising's most famous and quirky agencies

Wieden and Kennedy, the agency behind Nike and McDonald's, is known for hiring industry outsiders and having unconventional organizational structures. It's not big on titles, favors industry outsiders, and takes an unconventional organizational approach.  Business Insider talked to insiders about why what it's like to work at the agency. Click here for more BI Prime stories. For people in advertising, Wieden and Kennedy, the agency behind award-winning ads for brands like Nike, Old Spice, and...
Tags: New York, China, Trends, Nike, Delta Airlines, Shanghai, Portland, Adweek, Kennedy, Uniqlo, McDonald, Bloomingdale, Myers, Lieberman, John Jay, Google Doc


Air Force One may soon get its first new paint job since the Kennedy years — here's what it was like on JFK's version of the presidential airliner

The SAM 26000 arrived in 1962 and would carry eight presidents, numerous dignitaries, and countless diplomats during its 36 years in service.
Tags: News, Kennedy


Marilyn Monroe TV Series Being Developed By ‘Yellowstone’ Producers

There’s a Marilyn Monroe TV series in the works from Yellowstone producer 101 Studios and Seven Seas Films, and it’s bound to raise an eyebrow or two. Because the series isn’t a mere biographical work that focuses on the late starlet’s life. Instead, the still-untitled show will focus on Monroe’s tragic final years struggling with addiction, ultimately resulting in her death via drug overdose. But it also wants to set the record straight and put to bed some of the more lurid conspiracy theories...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Marilyn Monroe, John, Mafia, Lake Tahoe, Frank Sinatra, True Story, Kennedy, Yellowstone, Bobby, Monroe, Marilyn, Bing Crosby, Ana de Armas


"And does one really need to point out why it’s so rich of those who argue for states’ rights to argue against site-specific architecture, stylistically conceived to suit America’s diverse cultures..."

"... and instead favor obedience to a mandate from Washington? Or to explain that disagreements about architectural style speak to a healthy, democratic society in action? After all, there is no single style of architecture that represents nationhood — or that does not, and should not, provoke debate. The executive order borrows language from the 'Guiding Principles for Federal Architecture' that Daniel Patrick Moynihan wrote in 1962 when the future senator was working in Kennedy’s Labor Departm...
Tags: Law, Washington, America, Architecture, Kennedy, Trump, Moynihan, Labor Department, Michael Kimmelman, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Ann Althouse, Trump and pop culture


Harvard-Westlake utilizes size, experience to top Chaminade in Mission League title game

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. ENCINO >> It was obvious the Harvard-Westlake boys basketball team had been there before. The Wolverines won their second straight Mission League title with a wire-to-wire 81-66 win over Chaminade Friday night at Crespi. Seniors Brase Dottin (17 points) and Mason Hooks (16) led the way with help from junior Truman Gettings (16) and sophomore Cameron Thrower (15). Harvard-Westlake’s Trumann Gettings #10...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Chatsworth, Vikings, Kennedy, Valencia, High School Sports, Wilson, Taft, Saugus, Hart, Hubbard, Wolverines, Los Angeles Daily News


One Love Cali Reggae Fest brings local music and good vibes to Long Beach on opening day

Jennifer Paterson walked around the Queen Mary Events Park in Long Beach on Friday afternoon, carrying a neon pink poster with “Free Hugs” written on it, obliging when people stopped her after reading her sign. That spirit of camaraderie, inclusiveness, general good vibes filled the air — along with the odor of a certain plant  — as the fifth annual One Love Cali Reggae Festival opened its three-day run on Feb. 7. “I’ve been coming for five years. I love the music, I like the people, everyone is...
Tags: California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Music Festivals, Coachella, Kennedy, Palm Springs, Mary, Queen Mary, Huntington Beach, Paterson, Katastro, Matisyahu, Hermosa Beach


Reframing Brand Problems For A Bigger Future

When Steve Jobs met Robert Friedland in 1972, Robert was the spiritual seeking proprietor of an apple farm commune. He introduced Steve Jobs to a principle called the ‘reality distortion field’. In his 2011 biography Steve Jobs told his biographer, Walter Isaacson, ‘Friedland…turned me on to a different level of consciousness’. The ‘reality distortion field’ is an extreme version of what the psychologist Daniel Kahneman calls a ‘pervasive optimistic bias’ in his book: ‘Most of us view the wor...
Tags: Google, Steve Jobs, Nike, Netherlands, Martin Luther King, Kennedy, Branding, Robert, Daniel Kahneman, Friedland, Walter Isaacson, Robert Friedland, Brand Management, Kogan, Thomas Gad, Tjaco Walvis


What it's like to work at Nike's ad agency Wieden and Kennedy, according to insiders

Wieden and Kennedy is one of the most desirable places to work if you're in advertising, despite not having the best titles or salaries. Insiders talked about what it's like to work at the agency, which is known for hiring industry outsiders and having unconventional organizational structures. Despite its reputation, leaders conceded Wieden and Kennedy is not perfect or the best fit for everyone. Click here for more BI Prime stories. For people in advertising, Wieden and Kennedy, the agency b...
Tags: New York, Taylor Swift, China, Trends, Nike, Delta Airlines, Shanghai, Portland, Adweek, Kennedy, Uniqlo, McDonald, Bloomingdale, Myers, Lieberman, John Jay


Skylar Brandt: A Ballerina Invests in Herself

The American Ballet Theater soloist secured a coveted role, Giselle, and finds time for extra coaching sessions.
Tags: News, Dancing, Kennedy, Maxim, Giselle, American Ballet Theater, Brandt, Irina, Skylar, Washington (DC, Giselle (Ballet, John F, Dvorovenko, Center for the Performing Arts, Beloserkovsky, Skylar Brandt


In This Doctor Who Exclusive, One of the 9th Doctor's Earliest Mysteries Is Investigated

Way back in the very first episode of Doctor Who’s revival, alien conspiracy theorist Clive showed Rose Tyler a series of cryptic images—a mysterious man, never aging, but present at all sorts of historic events, from the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa to the Kennedy assassination. Now, a new Big Finish story hopes to tell…Read more...
Tags: Science, Doctor Who, Bbc, Exclusive, Bbc America, Kennedy, Clive, Christopher Eccleston, Billie Piper, Rose Tyler, Krakatoa, Big Finish, Audio Dramas, Ninth Doctor, Amy Veeres, Jacob Dudman


Basketball roundup: KJ Simpson’s career-high 41 lifts Chaminade to Mission League final

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. ENCINO >> In the middle of the first quarter, KJ Simpson was being challenged from the sideline, but it wasn’t coming from Chaminade boys basketball coach Bryan Cantwell, who was battling flu-like symptoms all week. “You’re playing too cool,” the voice said. “You’re too easy to guard right now.” Simpson took it personally. “It lit a fire in me,” Simpson said. Simpson scored a career-high 41 points in Chami...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Birmingham, Kennedy, High School Sports, Cougars, Henry, Taft, San Fernando, Simpson, St Francis, El Camino Real, UC Irvine, Van Nuys, Sylmar


How to get a job at famous ad agency Wieden and Kennedy, and what applicants should never do, according to insiders

37-year-old independent agency Wieden and Kennedy is famous for its Nike, Facebook, McDonald's, and other ads, and it gets hundreds of applications a week. The agency seeks out people from outside the ad industry, often finding them through nontraditional channels. Executives there said aspiring employees should emphasize their personal passions rather than awards or titles. Click here for more BI Prime stories. With 1,500-plus employees in Portland, Oregon and 7 other offices around the wor...
Tags: New York, London, Instagram, Trends, Nike, Amsterdam, Portland, Starbucks, Portland Oregon, West Coast, Carrie Brownstein, Portlandia, Michael Bloomberg, Kennedy, Business Insider, Sao Paulo Brazil


Privacy dooms a startup, how to get a job at Wieden and Kennedy, and the power players of podcasting

Hello! Once, the ability to unlock data from the so-called walled gardens of Google and Facebook was an advertiser's dream. But it's become a nightmare for one startup built around that pitch, Jumpshot, as Lauren Johnson reported. Jumpshot shut down after the publication of a Vice/PCMag report that it sold highly sensitive web browsing data to companies like Pepsi, Home Depot, Microsoft, and McKinsey. Jumpshot had some other bold-faced names behind it. It was part owned by Ascential, the holdin...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, New York, Taylor Swift, Digital, US, Trends, CMO, Npr, Michael Bloomberg, Kennedy, Cannes Lions, WPP, Fanduel, Ascential


Inside the making of Facebook's $11.2 million Super Bowl ad, an epic undertaking spanning several months and locations

Facebook just ran its first Super Bowl ad. Its CMO Antonio Lucio and agency Wieden and Kennedy revealed how the $11.2 million, 1-minute commercial came to life. The spot shows a montage of "rock-themed" activities inspired by interests shared by actual Facebook Group members. Facebook — which hasn't traditionally been a big advertiser — has increased its ad spending lately amid regulatory scrutiny and criticism of its platform. Click here for more BI Prime stories. A retro blue-grey minivan w...
Tags: Facebook, Utah, New York, Youtube, Trends, CMO, Portland, Philadelphia, Louisiana, Facebook Groups, Mulberry, Chris Rock, Kennedy, Facebook Group, Astor, Wieden


Caroline Kennedy backs Biden, calls him Democrats' best bet

The Kennedy family has been a major force in Massachusetts politics for generations, and Caroline Kennedy's sought-after endorsement came the day that the 2020 Democratic contest landed in neighboring New Hampshire, which holds its presidential primary next week. Kennedy, a former ambassador to Japan, announced her decision to endorse Biden in an opinion article in The Boston Globe. “We need a nominee who can compete in every state, who can bring wandering Democrats and independents back to ...
Tags: Japan, News, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Biden, Kennedy, The Boston Globe, Caroline Kennedy


GOLDMAN SACHS: Crowding in Big Tech is hitting dot-com bubble levels — but don't expect a similar implosion

Investor capital is the most concentrated in the five biggest tech companies in 20 years, but don't expect a dot-com bubble implosion to repeat itself, Goldman Sachs analysts wrote Friday. The FAAMG group, consisting of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Google-parent Alphabet, currently account for 18% of the S&P 500 index. That level hasn't been since since 2000, when the top five stocks of the time traded at a 47x price-earnings ratio, according to the investment bank. Today's five bi...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, US, Trends, CMO, ExxonMobil, Netflix, Fidelity, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Kennedy, David Kostin, David Tepper, Wieden, Facebook Amazon Apple Microsoft


‘Indiana Jones 5’ Update: Kathleen Kennedy Confirms It Won’t Be a Reboot

When the still-untitled Indiana Jones 5 was officially announced, its targeted release date was July 19, 2019. Since then, Disney has pushed back its release date several times, and though we haven’t gotten an update in several months, it sounds like director Steven Spielberg and star Harrison Ford are still on board and the project is slowly inching toward production. Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy offered a quick Indiana Jones 5 update from the BAFTAs red carpet, which you can read belo...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Ford, Sequels, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Kennedy, Kathleen-Kennedy, Harrison, Dan Fogelman, Crystal Skull, Bob Iger, Action/Adventure


Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy Confirms Indiana Jones 5 Is Not a Reboot

Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy confirms Indiana Jones 5 is not a reboot Hollywood producer Kathleen Kennedy received the BAFTA Fellowship Award, the ceremony’s version of a lifetime achievement award, during the 73rd British Academy Film Awards yesterday in London. During an interview with BBC, Kennedy, who co-founded Amblin Entertainment with Steven Spielberg and Frank Marshall and has been the president of Lucasfilm since 2012, spoke about the current status of the upcoming Indiana Jones proj...
Tags: Star Wars, Hollywood, London, Movies, Disney, Ford, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Ewan McGregor, Steven Spielberg, Kennedy, Kathleen Kennedy, Kathleen, AFI