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Wednesday, April 21 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for April 21, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: The Lincoln Lawyer Location: 613 S Grand Ave., Los Angeles TV Series: The Morning Show Location: 330 S Main St., Los Angeles (until April 24th) Filming in Illinois TV Series: Chicago Fire Location: 2120 S Racine Ave., Chicago (until April […] The post Wednesday, April 21 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
Tags: Movies, California, Los Angeles, Chicago, Lincoln, Illinois, Daily Filming Locations, Grand Ave Los Angeles


Why 30+ Disneyland and DCA rides, attractions and shows will remain closed when the parks return

Disneyland and Disney California Adventure will return without three dozen of their 80+ rides, attractions and shows when the Anaheim theme parks reopen later this month after a yearlong coronavirus closure. Most of the shuttered Disneyland and DCA rides, attractions and shows will remain closed due to COVID-19 health and safety guidelines issued by the state. More than three-quarters of the closed attractions will be shuttered for five coronavirus-related reasons: High-touch environments, socia...
Tags: California, Disney, Haunted Mansion, Sport, Cruise, Things To Do, Soccer, Lincoln, Resistance, Amusement Parks, Pixar, Disneyland, Southern California, Tom Sawyer, Anaheim, DCA


Police Ticket Man Who Accidentally Shot Self in the Foot

A Lincoln man who accidentally shot himself in the foot with a rifle last week saw metaphorical salt rubbed into the wound when police ticketed him for the incident.
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Lincoln Police: Teen Found With Stolen Gun Punched Officer

Police in Lincoln say a 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer and other counts after he was accused of having a stolen handgun and punching an officer several times in the face as he was being arrested.
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A look at the midnight ride of Paul Revere on April 18-19

Poetic license Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem “Paul Revere’s Ride” (see below) is based on historic events, but it is more of a tale and not a historical account. Longfellow wrote the poem after taking a tour of Boston in 1860. He was a pacifist and abolitionist who wrote the poem to try and unify a divided nation on course for the Civil War. Historians have dissected the poem since 1860 and compared it to Revere’s account of the ride in his own words and other historic evidence. The National...
Tags: Travel, Books, News, Boston, California News, Infographic, Sport, Things To Do, Atlantic, Soccer, Lincoln, National Archives, Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, Middlesex, National Park Service


John Boehner: The 'so-called America First Caucus' is 'one of the nuttiest things I've ever seen'

Former House Speaker John Boehner. AP Photo/Lauren Victoria Burke Boehner slammed the effort by a group of House Republicans to create an "America First Caucus." On NBC's "Meet The Press," Boehner called the idea one of the "nuttiest" things he has witnessed. "We ought to celebrate the fact that we are this giant melting pot," he said. See more stories on Insider's business page. Former GOP House Speaker John Boehner on Sunday derided the plan that several House Republicans had to ...
Tags: Politics, Nbc, Congress, California, Immigration, America, Barack Obama, Trends, Georgia, Gop, House, Arizona, John Boehner, Boehner, Lincoln, Republican Party


Marjorie Taylor Greene said she is not launching 'America First' caucus and that she had not read the proposal, following backlash from GOP

In a reversal, a spokesperson for Greene said she is not launching an "America First" caucus. Erin Scott-Pool/Getty Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is not not launching an "America First" caucus, her spokesperson said. It's a reversal from a day prior and follows condemnation from other Republicans. Greene said she had not read the proposal that emphasized "Anglo-Saxon political traditions." See more stories on Insider's business page. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is not launching an "A...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Republicans, Trends, Georgia, Cnn, Gop, House, Lincoln, Republican Party, Republican, Donald Trump, Trump, Anglo Saxon, Kevin McCarthy, Greene


Republican lawmakers condemned pro-Trump caucus emphasizing 'Anglo-Saxon political traditions,' said GOP is not about 'nativism'

Marjorie Taylor Greene speaks during a news conference AP Photo/Brynn Anderson GOP lawmakers are reportedly starting a caucus that emphasizes "Anglo-Saxon political traditions." Other Republicans came out against it, with Rep. Adam Kinzinger saying members should be punished. Reps. Kevin McCarthy and Liz Cheney also post came forward to condemn "nativism" in the GOP. See more stories on Insider's business page. Multiple Republican lawmakers have come out against an "America First Caucu...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Republicans, Congress, Colorado, California, US, America, Trends, Gop, Wyoming, Lincoln, Republican Party, Republican, Illinois, Donald Trump


Live updates: High school football Week 6 in Southern California

The high school football season continues in Southern California. While CIF Southern Section football leagues are closing out the season, some schools within the CIF L.A. City Section begin this week. Previews: Orange County | LA Daily News | Long Beach |  Inland Empire | San Gabriel Valley | South Bay Follow the Southern California News Group reporters for the latest updates in Orange County, Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire: A Twitter List by SoCalVarsity FRIDAY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Lincoln, Lausd, Hamilton, High School Sports, Southern California, San Marcos, Norwalk, Carson, Lakewood, Linda, Costa Mesa, Laguna Beach


New to Hulu May 2021: All the Movies & Shows Coming & Going

New to Hulu May 2021: All the movies & shows coming & going The schedule for the new movie and TV titles coming to Hulu in May 2021 has been revealed (via Vital Thrills), which you can view below, along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service next month. This includes the arrival of new seasons for several Hulu original series: SNL alum Aidy Bryant’s Shrill Season 3; and Madagascar: A Little Wild Season 3, as well as the series debut of the streamer’s newest animated...
Tags: Hong Kong, Comedy, TV, Movies, Guantanamo Bay, Drama, Abc, Horror, Disney, Georgia, Action, Brooklyn, Connecticut, Oscar, TV News, Streaming


Watch an interview with the last living witness to the Lincoln assassination

An illustration of John Wilkes Booth preparing to shoot President Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater, April 14, 1865. Wikimedia Commons President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on the night of April 14, 1865. Samuel J. Seymour, then just 5 years old, was among the witnesses inside Ford's Theater. Ninety-one years later, Seymour recounted his experience that night to a TV audience. See more stories on Insider's business page. Samuel J. Seymour was away from his home for the fi...
Tags: Trends, Ford, Washington Dc, Lincoln, Civil War, Abraham Lincoln, Lucille Ball, Booth, Seymour, Union Army, Meadows, John Wilkes Booth, Samuel Seymour, Lincoln Assassination, Military & Defense Contributors, Military & Defense


Lincoln deserves our gratitude, not the label 'racist'

As many try to brand Abraham Lincoln as a 'racist,' remember his great work and, though he was not perfect, stop trying to cancel him.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Photos show ecstatic kids marking Coney Island's reopening after 18 long months

The lights of the Wonder Wheel at Coney Island's Luna Park. Zakiyyah Woods for Insider Coney Island's Luna Park opened for the first time in 18 months. Kids and adults alike expressed joy, and relief, that the end of the pandemic appears in sight. "The silence was killing us," said one employee. See more stories on Insider's business page. There was hand sanitizer to spare, and faces were mostly masked, but joy still rocketed between the rides and game booths of Coney Island...
Tags: News, Trends, Features, Brooklyn, Bill De Blasio, Lincoln, Jackson, Coney Island, Emma, Albany New York, Pikachu, Luna Park, Fort Bragg NC, Luna Park Zakiyyah Woods, Monica Ghee, Makahi Steed


Lincoln Police Arrest Pair Suspected Of Shoplifting Tools From Home Depot

LINCOLN (CBS13) — Two Sacramento residents have been arrested after allegedly shoplifting hundreds of dollars worth of power tools from a Lincoln store over the weekend. Lincoln police say, late Sunday morning, officers were alerted about a pair of suspects who had just shoplifted from a Home Depot. About $470 worth of power tools were taken, police say. The tools police say the suspects shoplifted. (Credit: Lincoln Police Department) Officers later spotted the suspects heading southbound on H...
Tags: Home Depot, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Davis, Lincoln, Johnson, Lincoln News, Lincoln Police Department Officers, Larry Branch, Lynisha Johnson


Boehner slams Trump's conduct during the 2020 election, says the former president 'abused' his loyalists

Former President Donald Trump. AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File John Boehner said in a USA Today interview that Trump "abused" his loyalists in the aftermath of the 2020 election. Boehner slammed Trump for "continuing to say things that just weren't true" about the final results. The former House speaker said that he felt "disgust" over the Capitol insurrection. See more stories on Insider's business page. Former GOP House Speaker John Boehner said that former President Donald Trump "abu...
Tags: Politics, Congress, Washington, America, Trends, Georgia, Reagan, Joe Biden, Pennsylvania, Gop, House, John Boehner, Boehner, Lincoln, Republican Party, Usa Today


“We don’t like either side very much”: British attitudes to the American Civil War

One hundred and sixty years ago, on 12 April 1861, the Confederacy attacked Fort Sumter, a Union fort in Charleston harbour. The first shots of the Civil War had been fired.British attitudes to that war baffled both participants at the time, and perhaps still do. Many considerations, often conflicting, fed into the perceptions of individuals and groups in Britain, making their attitudes to both the war and their own self-interest in it, which were not necessarily the same thing, complicated and ...
Tags: Europe, Books, England, New York, London, Featured, White House, America, History, American Civil War, Britain, The Times, Slavery, Union, Lincoln, North


Photos show ecstatic kids marking the reopening of Coney Island's Luna Park, as New York prepares for a summer of joy

The lights of the Wonder Wheel at Coney Island's Luna Park. Zakiyyah Woods for Insider Coney Island's Luna Park opened for the first time in 18 months. Kids and adults alike expressed joy, and relief, that the end of the pandemic appears in sight. "The silence was killing us," said one employee. See more stories on Insider's business page. There was hand sanitizer to spare, and faces were mostly masked, but joy still rocketed between the rides and game booths of Coney Island...
Tags: New York, News, Trends, Features, Brooklyn, Bill De Blasio, Lincoln, Jackson, Coney Island, Emma, Albany New York, Pikachu, Luna Park, Fort Bragg NC, Luna Park Zakiyyah Woods, Monica Ghee


3 Students, SUV Driver Injured in Lincoln School Bus Crash

Officials say three students and a sport utility vehicle driver were injured Friday when the SUV collided with a Lincoln school bus.
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Lincoln Man Charged With Stealing Over $29,000 From Uncle

A 22-year-old Lincoln man has been charged with stealing more than $29,000 from his uncle who has dementia.
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Podcast #698: The Secrets of Public Speaking From History’s Greatest Orators

Despite the fact that public speaking remains an important and relevant skill in our modern age — you never know when you’ll need to give a toast at a wedding, pitch an idea at work, or champion a proposal at a city council meeting — most of us get very little instruction these days in how to do it effectively. Fortunately, my guest says, we can look to the great orators of the past to get the public speaking education we never received. His name is John Hale, and he’s professor of archeology...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Athens, Lincoln, John, Public Speaking, Gettysburg, PAUL, Abraham Lincoln, Will Rogers, Patrick Henry, John Hale, Demosthenes, Money & Career, Winston Churchill Guide


Road sign blunders see Saxilby and Thorpe on the Hill renamed

The misspelt signs on Lincoln's bypass prompted much mirth among local residents.
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La historia del Grupo Sailor y su tema La Cumbia

Sailor es un grupo británico de rock pop/glam mejor conocido en los años 70 por sus éxitos "A Glass of champagne" y "Girls, Girls, Girls", escritos por el líder del grupo Georg Kajanus Años 70 El lider del grupo Georg Kajanus, había escrito previmaente "Flying Machine" para Cliff Richard en 1971, aunque fue el primer single británico de Richard que falló en alcanzar el top 30. Sailor desarrollo desde Kajanus Pickett, un compositor y cantante, duo que había formado cuando Phil Pickett y ...
Tags: Travel, England, Virginia, Berlin, Denmark, Lincoln, Anthony, Nickelodeon, Thomas, Morris, Maidenhead Berkshire, Gavin, WMG, Cha Cha, Pickett, Henry Marsh


Disneyland could be forced to close or modify Rise of the Resistance under state guidelines

Revised state guidelines could force Disneyland to close or modify the popular Rise of the Resistance attraction in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge under new rules governing indoor rides when the Anaheim theme park reopens later this month after a year-long coronavirus closure. California’s revised COVID-19 health and safety guidelines require theme parks to limit indoor rides and attractions to no more than 15 minutes. Rise of the Resistance lasts about 18 minutes, according to Touring Plans, which us...
Tags: Florida, California, Disney, Sport, Indiana, Things To Do, Soccer, Lincoln, Resistance, Amusement Parks, Disneyland, Caribbean, Tomorrowland, Southern California, Kylo Ren, Anaheim


JFK and the President as the “Decider”

For the Symposium on Martin J. Sherwin, Gambling with Armageddon: Nuclear Roulette from Hiroshima to the Cuban Missile Crisis (Knopf, 2020).             I begin with an anecdote of sorts:  In October 1962, I was a first-year graduate student at Harvard, in the department of government.  My aspiration at the time was to become a “defense intellectual”; I had written my senior thesis at Duke on aspects of nuclear deterrence theory, and one of my heroes, from afar, was Morton Halperin, who at t...
Tags: Europe, New York, Congress, Washington, White House, America, Turkey, Harvard, Vienna, Munich, Gop, United States, Nato, Nelson Rockefeller, Korea, John F Kennedy


On being an American patriot

            Steven B. Smith, who teaches political theory at Yale, has just published, with the Yale Press, an interesting book Reclaiming Patriotism in an Age of Extremes.  A quite slender book, it does not purport to offer a comprehensive theory of patriotism across vast times or space; instead, it is basically a heartfelt missive to his fellow Americans (and, perhaps, fellow academics) about what can be said about American patriotism at this particular juncture in our history.  He is clearly...
Tags: David Brooks, Washington, Senate, America, Barack Obama, Harvard, United States, Yale, New York Times, Liberia, Philadelphia, Lincoln, Smith, Donald Trump, Princeton, Civil rights movement


Senators OK Lincoln Business Lobbyist for Health Board

A Lincoln business lobbyist and Republican operative has won confirmation to Nebraska’s state health board on despite criticism from a handful of Democratic lawmakers.
Tags: Nebraska, Lincoln, Republican, Lincoln Business Lobbyist for Health Board


Suspected Drug Dealer Arrested In Lincoln; Officers Find Heroin, Meth

LINCOLN (CBS13) — A Citrus Heights man has been arrested on suspicion of having drugs for sale in Lincoln on Tuesday. Lincoln police say, just after 7:30 p.m., an officer contacted a person in a parked vehicle along the 900 block of Groveland Lane. The person was quickly identified as 36-year-old Robert Ryan, a man on parole. Officers soon searched his car and allegedly found 12 grams of heroin, 15 grams of meth, around 150 baggies, a digital scale and a suspected meth pipe. Ryan was arrested an...
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“Plain Dumb Luck” and the War Power: A Story of Nuclear Roulette and Its Lessons

For the Symposium on Martin J. Sherwin, Gambling with Armageddon: Nuclear Roulette from Hiroshima to the Cuban Missile Crisis (Knopf, 2020). Amanda L. Tyler Martin Sherwin’s Gambling with Armageddon is a gripping, nail-biting account of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and so much more.   It would be hard to overstate how quickly the book grabs your attention and provides a frightening account of how close the world came to nuclear obliteration in October 1962.   But, if it is even pos...
Tags: Supreme Court, Congress, Washington, Court, Reagan, Britain, United States, Lincoln, Cuba, Kennedy, Churchill, Hiroshima, Branding, Guest Blogger, Roosevelt, Mount Rushmore


Thunder Valley Casino Holds Job Fair As Employers Scramble For Candidates

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Police: Teens Stole Vat of Holy Water From a Catholic Church

A group of three teenagers was caught on video stealing a vessel of holy water from a Catholic church in Lincoln last weekend.
Tags: Catholic Church, Lincoln