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Dawn French recounts moment husband Mark proposed to her - watch

Dawn French is currently delighting fans by starring in The Trouble with Maggie Cole, where...
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Mark’s Canada Deals: 25% OFF Helly Hansen Bags + BOGO 50% Work Tees + FREE Shipping & More!

Shop at Mark’s Canada for casual clothing and workwear. Right now, save 25% on Helly Hansen bags! Plus more great deals below: Buy one, get one 50% off Dakota + Aggressor work tees  Save 20% off Dakota safety footwear  40% off men’s & women’s jackets 25% off men’s  & women’s shoes, boots, sandals and hikers Get $10 off your next purchase when you subscribe to emails Compact and easy to carry, this Helly Hansen backpack features shoulder straps as well as a top handle. It has a zippered outer...
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How Sheryl Sandberg is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic at home, in her community, and as the leader of Facebook

Sheryl Sandberg, her fiance Tom Bernthal and their five children ("the Bernbergs") are quarantining at home. She and Facebook are rolling up their sleeves to help communities fight the pandemic. Sandberg has raised $8 million for her local foodbank and Facebook has offered hundreds of millions to media organizations and small businesses impacted by coronavirus. Sandberg says Facebook learned a number of lessons from its botched handling of misinformation during the 2016 elections. The platfo...
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Today in Hockey History: March 31

This is a very important date in hockey history as one of the greatest players to ever lace up a pair of skates was born on March 31. There were plenty of huge milestones that were reached on this date by some of the legends of the game, including a Hall of Famer’s final game. Happy Birthday, Mr. Hockey We usually wrap up this daily post with mentions of who is celebrating their birthday on a given day, but today we will start with the birthdays to honor one of the greatest hockey player...
Tags: Europe, Sport, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Francis, Mike Rogers, Hull, Hall of Fame, Edmonton, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Los Angeles Kings, Boston Bruins, Mark


This radio station claims to play more music than any other in Southern California

Did you know that the town of Castaic has its own radio station? Indeed it does. KHUG is a low-power commercial-free FM community station broadcasting at 97.5 FM. You can hear it online (www.khug.rocks … I never knew there was such a domain) or via your smart speaker. According to the website, KHUG is curated with … “every song played on the air is chosen by a music lover, not an algorithm.” There’s a special show highlighting bands from the area, a roots of rock show, and more. The format I sup...
Tags: Siri, Sport, Radio, Things To Do, Soccer, Brian, Stryker, Southern California, Mozart, Frank, Klos, Mark, Heidi, KABC, Levine, KROQ


Coalition App Essay Prompts

The Elements of the Coalition Application Essay The Coalition App essay demonstrates your ability to write clearly and concisely on a selected topic and helps you distinguish yourself in your own voice. The Coalition App prompts provide a structure that will help you stand out from the crowd. What do you want the readers of your application to know about you apart from courses, grades, and test scores? Choose the option that best helps you answer that question and write an essay of no more t...
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‘Raising Dion’ on Netflix [Saturday Morning Review]

I don’t know how many times my family searches for a family-friendly show or movie to watch together, only to find nothing. Granted my youngest sibling and I have a decade of difference between our ages so that probably doesn’t help, but we recently discovered a show on Netflix that the whole family has completely loved so far. It’s called Raising Dion. The Story Raising Dion is a show based on the brilliant comic book and short-film created by Dennis Liu. It tells the story of Nicole, a wi...
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British Drivers Swearing

This might be the same compilation of British Drivers Swearing that Mark posted in 2016, but that video was copyright-striked by "Bad Drivers of Northamptonshire" so it's impossible to know for sure. In any case, it seems unlikely that there is only one compilation of British Drivers Swearing in existence. So enjoy it, you shitting Peugeot.
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Mark Blum, a Familiar Face Off Broadway, Is Dead at 69

Mr. Blum, who died of coronavirus complications, was also seen on Broadway; in “Crocodile Dundee” and other movies; and on numerous television shows.
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RIP: 'Desperately Seeking Susan' actor Mark Blum dies of coronavirus

Actor Mark Blum, famous for his roles in Crocodile Dundee and my favorite — the memorable uptight nerd-yuppie husband in Desperately Seeking Susan, which starred Madonna and Roseanne Arquette, has died of COVID-19. From CNN: Mark Blum, a veteran stage actor known for films including "Desperately Seeking Susan" and "Crocodile Dundee," has died due to complications from Covid-19, according to a statement released by the Screen Actors Guild. Blum was 69. Though he was perhaps best known for ...
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Life Lesson: How To Repurpose Leftovers

So, I'm taking a different approach to home school. I'm kind of sucking at being an actual teacher so I'm focusing a lot on teaching my children to be better humans with a Life 101 class a few times a week. Today's agenda? Leftovers. Because we could feed a small country with the volume of food that my children leave on their plates. How to Make Leftovers Taste Like Magic. 1. Give the kids a list of leftovers you normally have: chicken, noodles, roasted veggies, mac and cheese, etc. Then, ha...
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What’s the Function of Criticism? Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #36 with Critic Noah Berlatsky

http://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_036_3-11-20.mp3 Do we need professional critics regulating our entertainment intake?  Noah has written for numerous publications including The Washington Post, The Atlantic, NBC News, The Guardian, Slate, and Vox, and his work has come up for discussion in multiple past Pretty Much Pop episodes. He was invited to join hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt in spelling out the functions of criticism...
Tags: Google, Music, Film, College, Noah, Criticism, Atlantic, Bob Dylan, Literature, Vox, Mel Brooks, Hemingway, Mark, Facebook Twitter, Weiner, Ken Russell


Q&A Interview With Wisconsin Horrorcore Veteran Damien Quinn

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? My first memory of hip hop in my life would be at 4 years old watching LL Cool J’s music video for Mama Said Knock You Out & running around the house singing it. The next memory I can remember, where I can say I fell in love with hip hop would be at 11 years old about ‘98 when my Filipino homie Mark showed me Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s debut EP Creepin’ On ah Come Up . I was definitely late to the game, lol. Who’re some of your bigge...
Tags: Hollywood, Indiana, Wisconsin, Jazz, Quinn, Denver, Seville, Kenosha, Mark, Sam Raimi, Jonestown, Plainfield, Esham, Q&A Interviews, Damien Thorn, Pavlovich


Private tech companies mobilize to address shortages for medical supplies, masks and sanitizer

Startups across the nation and around the world are looking for ways to relieve shortages of much-needed personal protective equipment and sanitizers used to halt the spread of COVID-19. While some of the largest privately held technology companies, like SpaceX and Tesla, have shifted to manufacturing ventilators, smaller companies are also trying to pitch in and relieve scarcity locally. Supplies have been difficult to come by in some of the areas hardest hit by the outbreak of the novel corona...
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Carlo Ancelotti surprises isolated Everton fan with phone call

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti surprises lifelong Blues fan Mark with a phone call as the policeman is currently self-isolating during the coronavirus outbreak.
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AMC Greenlights Anthology Series National Anthem

AMC Greenlights Anthology Series National Anthem AMC has greenlit National Anthem, an 8-episode anthology series created by writer/director Scott Z. Burns (The Report, Contagion) and executive produced by Oscar and Emmy Award-winner Mark Johnson (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Rain Man). The musical dramedy is the first series greenlit under Johnson’s multi-year overall deal with AMC Studios, through which he will continue to develop new series for the company’s Entertainment Group as well a...
Tags: Hbo, TV, New York, Movies, Minneapolis, Abc, New York City, Amc, Oscar, TV News, Nashville, Johnson, Sarah, National Anthem, Finn, Burns


Check out Money Mark's fantastic daily musical experiments!

View this post on Instagram You don’t wanna miss *tomorrow’s post* it’ll be good. But for now this experimental piece inspired by John Cage. Been washing my hands so much in the basin—made me think of Water Music. My classic CR-78 and metal meets water. Our world, our habitat is a giant experiment! In geological time—-we’ve been here for the tiniest fraction. C’mon, let’s make it good. Everybody In. March 17,2020 #isolatio...
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Newspaper Can Talk About “Derby Pies” Without Infringing Trademarks–Rupp v. Courier Journal

A “derby” is a dictionary noun for a race of three-year-old horses. The most famous derby in the United States is the Kentucky Derby, but the word traces its roots to a 1780 race in England. In 2017, the (Louisville) Courier Journal published two stories: (1) a recipe headlined “Bourbon makes this Derby pie a state original,” and (2) a review of a bakery with a photo caption: “Derby Pie, Mint Julep and Peach Tea macarons from Derby City Macarons.” “Derby-Pie” is a federally registered trademark...
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Mark Wright to host evening show on Heart

Global has announced that Mark Wright is to be the new host of evenings on Heart from tonight (Monday 23 March). This follows the shows former presenter Sian Welby leaving the station to join Capital as co-host of the breakfast show. As well as presenting Mondays – Thursdays 7pm – 10pm, Mark will continue to host his Sunday afternoon show on Heart (12pm – 4pm). Andy Everett, Managing Editor of Heart, said: “Since returning home to Heart last year, Mark has proved hugely popular with our listene...
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how not to communicate right now

Brands are judged less by how they operate when things go right, than by how they handle situations when things go wrong.   Mark Ritson recently recounted the story of Marks & Spencer during World War II, when the retailer made ration clothing for the British public.   They had to figure out how to manufacture clothing in a different way to make the most of limited materials, even as more than 100 M&S stores were hit by bombing raids. Mark said that how M&S stepped up during the war was a wi...
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Mark’s Canada Deals: FREE Shipping ALL Orders + Save Up to 60% OFF Spring Savings + Buy 1 Get 1 50% OFF Bottoms + More

You don’t want to miss the great deals this weekend at Mark’s Canada. The deals are the following: Save up to 60% Spring savings Buy 1 get 1 50% off men’s and women’s jeans, pants & shorts Buy 1 get 1 50% off scrubs Buy 1 get 1 50% off men’s and women’s tops & outerwear FREE shipping on ALL orders with no minimum purchase and more This Women’s Curve-Tech High-Rise Skinny Crop Jeans by Denver Hayes is on sale for only $29.99. You’re saving $20.00 from the original price of $49.99! This Denver...
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Talking Adventure Games with Mark Yohalem

As a game design hobbyist, Mark Yohalem has worked both on his own projects and as an offsite senior or lead writer for BioWare, inXile Entertainment, TimeGate Studios, S2 Games, Nikitova Games, and Affinix Software. As co-founder of Wormwood Studios with two friends (artist Victor Pflug and programmer James Spanos) in 2010, he developed Primordia, a classical point-and-click adventure game that has sold about a quarter million copies and was, for years, the highest-rated adventure game on St...
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Betty Williams obituary

One of the founders of the Northern Ireland Peace People and a joint Nobel laureateThe afternoon of 10 August 1976 in the Provisional IRA heartland of Andersonstown in west Belfast was hot and sunny. But, as ever, the ongoing conflict was being played out, this time with a British army patrol pursuing a suspect speeding car through streets busy with people shopping and walking.At about 2pm, when the chase reached Finaghy Road North, soldiers opened fire on the speeding car, killing “Volunteer” D...
Tags: Politics, UK News, Northern Ireland, Politics past, Belfast, Ira, John, Nobel Peace Prize, Mark, Anne, Andrew, Joanne, Betty Williams, Danny Lennon, Andersonstown, Anne Maguire


How G.L. Moore Tire Pros & Automotive Service Turns Online Customers Into Family, 24/7

When you are a third-generation business owner you know first-hand how to connect across generations . Whitney Moore, Office Manager of G.L. Moore Tire Pros & Automotive in Springfield, MO, has worked in the family business alongside her father Mark for 17 years and counting.   G.L. Moore Tire Pros & Automotive, Inc. was established in 1971 by Sandy and Gary “G.L.” Moore, Whitney’s great aunt and uncle.  G.L. Moore Tire Pros has remained a family-owned and operated business for 50 years. Wit...
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Are Video Games an Effective Vehicle for Storytelling? Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #35 Featuring Don Marshall

http://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_035_2-25-20.mp3 Do you play video games for the plot? Given that most people don't actually finish most games, it would be unexpected if storytelling were the most important element. On this episode of Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast, your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt are joined by former video game professional (and current TV development executive) Donald E. Marshall to talk through ...
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How Much Money Do Youtubers Make

YouTube is arguably the most appealing platform for making money. There are Youtubers out there earning tens of millions of dollars by uploading videos without leaving their house. Lots of these YouTube stars are getting paid to do stuff they enjoy, like playing video games or telling jokes. Or even unboxing kids toys. I can’t promise that you’ll become the next multi-million dollar Youtuber. But there is still plenty of money to be made on this platform. How much money exactly? I’ll explain bel...
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Common App Essay – A Guide to the Prompts for a Perfect College Essay

The Elements of the Common Application Essay The Common App essay demonstrates your ability to write clearly and concisely on a selected topic and helps you distinguish yourself in your own voice. The Common App prompts provide a structure that will help you stand out from the crowd. What do you want the readers of your application to know about you apart from courses, grades, and test scores? Choose the option that best helps you answer that question and write an ess...
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Stuart Whitman, ‘Cimarron Strip’ Actor and Oscar Nominee, Dies at 92

Actor Stuart Whitman, an Oscar nominee for his role as a convicted child molester in the 1961 movie “The Mark,” died on Monday of natural causes surrounded by his family at his ranch home in Montecito, Calif., his son Justin told Variety. He was 92. Whitman had more than 200 film and television credits. His […]
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You Ask, I Answer: How to Set Up Virtual Lessons With YouTube?

Mark asks, “How do I set up virtual lessons on video with YouTube for paying customers of my company?” The simplest way to do this is with YouTube unlisted videos and your email list. Please share this video with any small business owner who isn’t sure how to get started with virtual lessons – it […] The post You Ask, I Answer: How to Set Up Virtual Lessons With YouTube? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
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Coronavirus in New York Could Overwhelm Hospitals

“We are not prepared,” one doctor said. New York City’s hospitals may be moving too slowly as the outbreak spreads, experts say.
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