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Alexander: No. 1 UCLA visits the mecca of softball this weekend — Cathedral City

The best team in college softball will be determined in early June in Oklahoma City. But for a hint of who that might turn out to be, a trip to Cathedral City this weekend may be in order. This is the 17th year of the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic, a tournament that was originally intended to provide a West Coast showcase but has turned into softball’s largest event outside of the Women’s College World Series. It began with 16 teams in 2004. Beginning Thursday and running through Sunday, 30 tea...
Tags: Utah, Florida, Texas, Washington, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Missouri, Tennessee, Arizona, Davis, Wisconsin, College sports, Ncaa, Auburn, Espn


In Praise of Unremarkable Music: Part 1

Why did you start writing music? Now, what do you hope to accomplish? This year? This decade? By the end of your life? In response to these questions, you might envision your music’s success according to a variety of measures: The awards, press, and publicity it receives. The size of audiences it attracts. The money it makes. The joy you had in creating it. The degree to which it meets a performer’s need or fits their skill level. The experience shared by those in the room when it is performed....
Tags: Hollywood, Montana, Religion, Communication, Creativity, Mindset, John Williams, Composition, Aristotle, Kirk, Bach, New York Philharmonic, Nietzsche, Kant, Eric Whitacre, Kobayashi Maru


Best places to travel in April 2020

Despite an old adage about April showers, the fourth month of the year is really when life starts to return to much of the planet. The long winter has defrosted and left with it cherry blossoms, baseball, and plenty of end-of-winter parties, combining to make this one of the most enticing months to get out and see the world. But the best places to travel in April aren’t always the most obvious, where festivals you may never have heard of offer better times than well-worn destinations. So read...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Australia, Virginia, US, Chicago, Thailand, New Jersey, James Bond, Island, Jamaica, Monaco, Melbourne, Norfolk, Christina Ricci, Aston Martin


The PhotoActive Podcast, Episode 61: Choosing What to Photograph

A listener in the PhotoActive Facebook group asks a great question, “How do I choose a subject to shoot?” In this episode, Kirk and Jeff explore how they approach a scene, with groups of photos from deliberate photo shoots that seek to answer that question.
Tags: Podcast, Blogging, Photo, Jeff, Kirk, PhotoActive Facebook


3D Printers Are Finally Starting to Work More Like Star Trek's Replicators

Transporters? Spaceships that can travel at the speed of light? Star Trek introduced us to many fantastical technologies that have us looking forward to the 23rd century. But we might not have to wait that long for all the tech Captain Kirk had to play with, as 3D printing has taken another big step toward making…Read more...
Tags: Science, Research, Star Trek, 3d Printing, 3d Printers, Kirk, EPFL, Replicators


#536 Advertising, Automation & Smart Shopping: Interview with Kirk Williams

On this week’s episode of the Internet Marketing Podcast, Andy is joined by  Kirk Williams, owner at Zato Marketing to talk about attribution, why the marketing funnel isn’t dead and why smart shopping should include more data.  On the show you’ll learn: The current state of advertising automation Some of the limitations with automation and attribution Why digital advertising isn’t the dot com bubble Why the marketing funnel isn’t dead Why smart shopping is a black hole when it comes to data a...
Tags: Sem, Ppc, The Digital Marketing Blog, Internet Marketing Podcast, Andy, Kirk, Kirk Williams, Zato Marketing, Google Smart Shopping Campaigns Digital


Kirk Douglas’ Former Co-Star, Mitzi Gaynor, on How He Was Always ‘the Ragman’s Son’

Fade In: Soundstage, Universal Studios. Interior — Nightclub. Kirk Douglas, Gig Young and I are rehearsing a scene from our film, “For Love or Money,” a fizzy, frothy 1963 opus in which Kirk and I were cast as a version of “Rock & Doris” in this variation on their fizzy, frothy opuses with elegant sets […]
Tags: News, Kirk, Kirk Douglas, Mitzi Gaynor, Soundstage Universal Studios Interior, Kirk Douglas Gig Young


Lonely Are the Brave

With his impeachment vote, Mitt Romney vindicates an American ideal.
Tags: News, United States, Mitt, Mitt Romney, Republican Party, Mitch, Douglas, Kirk, Romney, McConnell, Impeachment


A Kirk Douglas Story

Kirk Douglas has died at the age of 103.  His wife (still very much living) is 100.In memoriam, here's a Kirk Douglas story.Kirk bought the rights to Ken Keysey’s “One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest” for $10,000. Ken went to Mexico and bought a big jug of LSD (legal) and came back to the US and bought a bus. The driver of the bus was Stewart Brand (later to create the Whole Earth Catalog), and Mountain Girl (later Jerry Garcia’s wife) was one of the Merry Pranksters tripping out farmers and putting...
Tags: Jack Nicholson, Mexico, Pets, US, Danny DeVito, Michael, Michael Douglas, Ken, Kirk, Tom Wolfe, Kirk Douglas, Jerry Garcia, PBurns, Terrierman, Kirk Douglas Story, Ken Keysey


Watch Kirk Douglas on the Dick Cavett show in 1992

The recently departed Kirk Douglas was 75 when he appeared on The Dick Cavett show to promote his autobiography. Douglas told Cavett that his friend John Wayne thought he was a "sissy" for playing Van Gogh in Lust for Life. "Kirk, how can you play this sniveling weakling who commits suicide," Wayne told Douglas after they watched a screening of the movie together. Douglas also told Cavett that Brando ruined many actors who tried to imitate Brando, who was, of course, inimitable. All in all, D...
Tags: Video, Movies, News, John Wayne, Dick Cavett, Van Gogh, Douglas, Wayne, Kirk, Cavett, Kirk Douglas, Brando


The Zen of Everything Podcast, Episode 18: The Zen of Kids

Jundo and Kirk talk about zen and parenting.
Tags: Podcast, Zen, Blogging, Kirk, ETC, Jundo, Zen of Kids


Kirk Douglas, Star of ‘Spartacus’ and a Hollywood Icon, Dead at 103

He was Spartacus. And a military officer. And a boxer. And an icon of Hollywood history. Kirk Douglas, who left an indelible mark on Hollywood and cinematic history with his portrayal of chiseled, noble-browed heroes in Spartacus, The Bad and the Beautiful, and Champion, has died. He was 103. Kirk Douglas, a Hollywood legend and one of Classic Hollywood’s last living movie stars, died Wednesday in Los Angeles, his son and fellow actor Michael Douglas announced. “It is with tremendous sadness...
Tags: Death, Hollywood, Movies, Los Angeles, Catherine Zeta Jones, Academy, Catherine, Mccarthy, Michael Douglas, Douglas, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Peter, Joel, Anne, Kirk, Vincent Van Gogh


Kirk Douglas Dies at 103, Hollywood Remembers

Kirk Douglas dies at 103, Hollywood remembers Following yesterday’s sad news (via The Hollywood Reporter) that Oscar nominee Kirk Douglas passed away at age 103, Hollywood flooded social media with tributes to the icon, including from his son and actor Michael Douglas, which you can read below. Douglas was best known for his work in Spartacus, Paths of Glory, Ace in the Hole, The Vikings, Lust for Life, Champion, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, The Man From Snowy Ri...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Bbc, Oscar, Hugh Jackman, Obituary, Stanley Kubrick, Robert Zemeckis, William Shatner, Catherine, Michael, Michael Douglas, Douglas, Peter, Joel, Anne


Kirk Douglas, a Star of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Dies at 103

His rugged good looks and muscular intensity made him a commanding presence in films like “Lust for Life,” “Spartacus” and “Paths of Glory.”
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Douglas, Kirk, Kirk Douglas, Actors and Actresses, Deaths (Obituaries, Spartacus (Movie, Lust for Life (Movie, Paths of Glory (Movie


Where to Stream ‘Spartacus’ and Other Great Kirk Douglas Movies

The classic Hollywood star didn’t always play the hero. But whether good guy or heel, he brought a towering presence to the screen.
Tags: Movies, News, 20, Douglas, Kirk, Spartacus (Movie, Lust for Life (Movie, 000 Leagues Under the Sea (Movie, Ace in the Hole (Movie, Champion (Opera, Lonely Are the Brave (Movie, Out of the Past (Movie, The Fury (Movie


Studying the Bible With Kirk Douglas

He was known to the world as Spartacus. I knew him as Issur Danielovich.
Tags: News, Douglas, Kirk, Dalton, Trumbo, Kirk Douglas, Los Angeles (Calif, Jews and Judaism


Appreciation: Kirk Douglas was a Hollywood light who never seemed to fear the darkness

Flowers rest on Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas’ star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Douglas passed away at the age of 103-years old, Wednesday February, 5, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Tour guide Gregg Donovan moves flowers on the Hollywood Walk of Fame star of Hollywood icon Kirk Douglas who passed away at the age of 103-years old Wednesday February, 5, 2020. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Sound The gallery will resume in se...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, Jack Nicholson, California, Washington, White House, Israel, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Jimmy Carter, Amsterdam, Broadway


Remembering Kirk Douglas, One of the Last Surviving Links to Old Hollywood

You could draw a caricature of his face with little more than a hearty stroke for the jawline and a few exclamatory dots: two for the piercing eyes and one for that magnificent, trademark dimple. Kirk Douglas, who died on Feb. 5 at age 103, defined the ideal manly-man persona of the 1950s, often giving electrically appealing performances while playing less-than-exemplary characters. Douglas’s most famous role may be that of the slave who became a rebel leader in ancient Rome, in Stanley Kub...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Navy, Uncategorized, Rome, Remembrance, Broadway, Stanley Kubrick, Kubrick, Spartacus, Lauren Bacall, Van Gogh, Michael Douglas, Douglas, Tony Curtis, Brian De Palma


Kirk Douglas, maverick movie star of Hollywood’s golden age, dies at 103

By HILLEL ITALIE LOS ANGELES — Kirk Douglas, the intense, muscular actor with the dimpled chin who starred in “Spartacus,” “Lust for Life” and dozens of other films, helped fatally weaken the blacklist against suspected Communists and reigned for decades as a Hollywood maverick and patriarch, died Wednesday, his family said. He was 103. “It is with tremendous sadness that my brothers and I announce that Kirk Douglas left us today at the age of 103,” his son Michael said in a statement on his Ins...
Tags: Business, New York, Hollywood, Celebrities, News, Instagram, Jack Nicholson, Navy, White House, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Rome, Things To Do, Soccer


Kirk Douglas, a Star of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Dies at 103

Mr. Douglas’s rugged good looks and muscular intensity made him a commanding presence in films like “Lust for Life,” “Spartacus” and “Paths of Glory.”
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Stroke, Douglas, Kirk, Kirk Douglas, Actors and Actresses, Deaths (Obituaries, Spartacus (Movie, Lust for Life (Movie, Paths of Glory (Movie


Open Mike: So You Say You Like Everything

["Open Mike" is the everything goes, often off-topic editorial page of TOP, wherein the hounds are released! It appears on Wednesdays. Note for this week: I'm just having a little fun here, so please don't take this personally. Gotta keep myself entertained too.] - RayC wrote: "Okay, I’ll play. I admit I was taken aback by the statement: 'It's a middlebrow conceit to say "I like everything!" in a chipper voice, which to real music aficionados means that music isn't very important to that perso...
Tags: Photography, Bob Dylan, Justin Bieber, Eminem, Kim, William, William Shatner, Kenny G, Dolby, Tom Jones, Gerard Depardieu, Edith Piaf, Music Notes, Off-topic Posts, Open Mike, Ray


Behind the Racial Uproar at One of the World’s Best Jazz Stations

WBGO seems to be distancing itself from the community that built it. There have been repercussions.
Tags: News, Radio, Jazz, Kirk, Robert G, Ottenhoff, WBGO, Race and Ethnicity, Dorthaan (1938-


The Best and Worst of the 2020 Grammy Awards

Billie Eilish won big, Aerosmith and Run-D.M.C. made a glorious mess, and the show faced the challenge of having to respond quickly to Kobe Bryant’s death.
Tags: Country Music, Usher, News, Billie, Dave, Fka Twigs, John, Kobe Bryant, Keys, Grammy Awards, Legend, Aerosmith, Dj Khaled, Carlile, Gwen, Blake


America’s New Space Force Logo Seems To Have Been Modeled On Star Trek

The striking resemblance left many critics as stunned as though they had been zapped by Captain Kirk’s phaser. But others online insisted the logo was really based on the US Air Force One. – BBC
Tags: Art, America, Visual, Kirk, 01.26.20


The Best and Worst of the Grammys

Billie Eilish won big, Aerosmith and Run-D.M.C. made a glorious mess, and the show faced the challenge of having to respond quickly to Kobe Bryant’s death.
Tags: Country Music, Usher, News, Billie, Dave, Fka Twigs, John, Kobe Bryant, Keys, Grammy Awards, Legend, Aerosmith, Dj Khaled, Carlile, Gwen, Blake


The Zen of Everything Podcast, Episode 17: Is Zen Hard or Easy?

Jundo and Kirk discuss "hard" and "easy" zen. Has zen become too easy? Is it too hard? You are New York all along.
Tags: Podcast, New York, Zen, Blogging, Kirk, ETC, Jundo


The Benefits of Helping Your Business Competition—Yes, Really

By Alex M H Smith Generally speaking, what’s bad for our competitors is good for us. Any slip by them—any scandal, piece of mismanagement, or boardroom turmoil—we’ll tend to welcome with glee, seeing it as an opportunity to take a few slivers of precious market share from them before the dust settles. All sounds pretty reasonable right? What if I were to tell you that this perspective, common sense as it may seem, is actually built on a flawed assumption and may not be the right way to think abo...
Tags: Sales, Sales & Marketing, Spock, Alex Smith, Alex, Ben Jerry, Kirk, Häagen Dazs, Business Strategy, Business Competition, Business Competitors, De-commodified Market, Alex M H Smith, Ferrari Skoda Rolls Royce, Phish Food Chunky Monkey etc Brand, Alex M H Smith Alex Smith


AS HEARD ON: WGAN Mornings with Ken and Matt: Smishing, Firefox and Cable Modem Vulnerabilities and more

Good morning everybody! I was on with Ken and Matt. We talked about StarTrek and then we got into Tech and what is going on with our Cable Modems.  Then we discussed the big vulnerability with Firefox and why you must update it NOW! Also Smishing. So here we go with Ken and Matt. Microsoft is out with some Critical updates that must be applied.    These and more tech tips, news, and updates visit – CraigPeterson.com — Automated Machine Generated Transcript: One of the most significant vulnerabil...
Tags: Firefox, Motorola, Facebook, Europe, Podcast, Fcc, Microsoft, Australia, Nsa, Sem, Star Trek, Dave, United States, American Express, Homeland Security, Khan


Star Trek 4: Noah Hawley Reveals His Own Take for the New Installment

Star Trek 4: Noah Hawley reveals his own take for the new installment Last November, it was reported that Fargo creator Noah Hawley has been tapped to helm the fourth installment in Paramount Pictures‘ Star Trek film franchise. Two months later Hawley has finally broken his silence on his involvement, sharing the first details of his plans for Star Trek 4. Speaking with Deadline, he revealed that he will begin work on the film as soon as Fargo season 4 has finished. Although the project is s...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Star Trek, Spock, Chris Hemsworth, Justin Lin, Khan, Quentin Tarantino, William Shatner, Fargo, Noah Hawley, Paramount, Lucy, Legion, Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana


Vikings mailbag: Why are they playing Saturday? What needs to happen to win?

Welcome to the mailbag! You can submit questions for our weekly Access Vikings podcasts and/or these mailbags on Twitter to @Andrew_Krammer and @GoesslingStrib, or via email to [email protected] — From @JrJobes: Why do the Vikings get one less day off? Seems like it would make more sense if teams that played this past Saturday play Saturday again. AK:The NFL could've avoided this by having both NFC games on Sunday again, but perhaps for the drama of Sunday's teams (or hours of preg...
Tags: Spotify, Cook, Minnesota, NFL, San Francisco, New Orleans, Nfc, Seattle, Twins, Vikings, Eagles, Star Tribune, Packers, Kirk, Access Vikings, Mackensie Alexander