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Beatrix Farrand’s American Landscapes

Rose and I recently went out for our first movie in a long time. We picked a good one. “Gardens are good for the soul…They make you feel like your city or community care about you,” Lynden Miller, says at the outset of Beatrix Farrand’s American Landscapes. Miller, an award-winning public garden designer, is featured in the story of America’s first female landscape architect, in a beautiful hour-long conversation. Should you watch the documentary? Yes, you should. Beatrix Farrand’s American ...
Tags: Amazon, Gardening, New York, America, Harvard, United States, Maine, Adrian, Louisville, Public Gardens, Miller, John D Rockefeller, Rose, Mary, Fred, Georgetown


Shazam: Fury of the Gods Set Photo Reveals Surprising Return

Actor Djimon Hounsou was in DC’s 2019 film Shazam, where he played a Wizard who was the last surviving member of the Council of Wizards. Now, it seems as if he may not be done with his role in the DCEU, despite having seemingly died in the first film. RELATED: Shazam! Fury of the Gods Photo Shows Shazam Family’s New Suits Hounsou was recently spotted on set of the upcoming Shazam! Fury of the God, where he doesn’t look exactly like his character from the first film, but is at least at product...
Tags: Movies, Atlanta, Dc, Warner Bros, Helen Mirren, Shazam, Pedro, Comic Book, Mary, Eugene, Freddy, West Side Story, Lucy Liu, Adam Brody, Peter Safran, Djimon Hounsou


Baby seabird rescue efforts in Long Beach and San Pedro deemed a success

Baby elegant terns rescued from Long Beach harbor are painted with a reddish-pink marking on head and chest feathers before they are taken back to their nesting barge. The terns also have a small red or orange band attached to one leg. (Photo Courtesy of International Bird Rescue) Low-floating haul-outs have been provided to float alongside the nesting home barges so the chicks that fall into the water can climb up to warmth and safety. (Photo Courtesy of International Bird Rescue) Recovere...
Tags: News, California, Environment, Sport, Soccer, Wildlife, Long Beach, Local News, Orange County, San Pedro, Mary, Huntington Beach, Mike, Pacific Coast, Scott Dixon, Port of Long Beach


Season One, Episode 06: Joy in the Bad Times

Grace P. Cho, (in)courage editorial manager and contributor, joins the show today to share her story of finding joy during a difficult season. Our hosts Becky Keife and Mary Carver ask if it’s possible to find joy even when life is at its hardest. They talk about how it’s not bad or weird or even uncommon to feel both grief and joy at the same time, and they share when this has been true in their lives.  Becky and Mary also talk about the story of Joseph, which you can find in Genesis 37-50. As...
Tags: Inspiration, John, Mary, Joseph, Instagram Facebook, Becky, DaySpring, Mary Carver, Michelle Reyes, Becky Keife, Grace P Cho, Courageous Joy, in)courage Podcast


Actually, You Can Keep Your Money And Master Class, Mary

The youth aren’t interested in living in gilded veal cages.
Tags: Law, Finance, Mary, ATL Finance, Finance Docket


Made Men: A photo tour of the most notorious sites of New York Mafia history - and what they look like now

Skyway Park, which is being constructed at what was formerly the PJP Landfill Superfund site, in February 2021. Andrew Lichtenstein for Insider From Sparks Steak House, to the landfill where bodies were known to be dumped, the streets of New York are steeped in mob history. A photographer visited some of the most notorious New York Mafia sites to see how they have survived the passage of time. See more stories on Insider's business page. Many of America's most infamous gangster...
Tags: New York, Murder, Crime, News, Mississippi, New York City, US, America, Trends, History, Fbi, Brooklyn, United States, Bob Dylan, Scarpa, New York Times


Season One, Episode 05: Joy in the Good Times

It’s Thursday, and you know what that means. . . it’s podcast day! This week, our hosts Becky Keife and Mary Carver talk about finding and sharing joy during the good times. You might think it’s easy, but be prepared to hear how even this requires courage! Becky and Mary talk about why it’s a good thing for us to purposefully rejoice in what God has done, is doing, and will do in our lives. They discuss making the most of every opportunity to rejoice, remembering that every good and perfect gift...
Tags: Inspiration, John, Mary, Instagram Facebook, Becky, Good Times, DaySpring, Mary Carver, James 1:17, Becky Keife, Grace P Cho, Anna E Rendell, Courageous Joy, in)courage Podcast


Long Beach explores options for Queen Mary’s future, including preservation or disposal

Long Beach has a range of options for the Queen Mary’s future — but all of them will be expensive. That was the main takeaway of a study session the City Council held on Tuesday, July 20, on Long Beach’s potential next steps for managing the historic vessel. City staff outlined five different options identified by the Long Beach engineering consultant firm Moffatt & Nichol: Preservation in place; Deconstruct the ship at its current location; Move the ship to another location for deconstruction;...
Tags: Congress, Government, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Community, City Council, Local News, Mary, Queen Mary, Garcia, Allen, Modica, Moffatt Nichol, Port of Long Beach, Second District


Lena Waithe is Making a Mary Tyler Moore Documentary

It’s difficult to fully explain the impact of television icon Mary Tyler Moore, but Lena Waithe and James Adolphus are going to try. Waithe’s Hillman Grad Productions and Endeavor Content announced they will be producing the upcoming documentary Being Mary: The Mary Tyler Moore Documentary. Adolphus, who recently directed ABC’s documentary series Soul of a Nation, will direct. Being Mary is the first authorized biography of Moore, who died at the age of 80 in 2017. Moore Defined a Vision...
Tags: TV, Movies, News, Abc, America, Broadway, Dick Van Dyke, James, Cincinnati, Robert, Mary Tyler Moore, Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mary, Moore, Lena, Hillman


Comment on deviled eggs by Mary

My favorite topping is crumbled bacon. And I love the Bacon and Eggs appetizer at Rooster’s Southern Kitchen in Kill Devil Hills, NC. Simple, uncluttered deviled eggs paired with perfectly cooked pork belly.
Tags: Food, Mary


The fierce debate over Bruce Springsteen's 'Thunder Road' lyrics, Mary's dress, has ended

Bruce Springsteen's "Thunder Road" lyrics debate is over. So climb in, because it's a town full of losers, this story is pulling out of here to win.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Bruce Springsteen, News, Usa Today, Mary


The fierce debate over Bruce Springsteen's 'Thunder Road' lyrics, Mary's dress, has ended

Bruce Springsteen's "Thunder Road" lyrics debate is over. So climb in, because it's a town full of losers, this story is pulling out of here to win.        [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Bruce Springsteen, Religion, Usa Today, Mary


Good news: Bruce Springsteen is finally fixing the lyrics to "Thunder Road"

Does Mary's dress sway, or does Mary's dress wave? One is clearly correct.
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, Mary, Thunder Road


It's official: In Bruce Springsteen's 'Thunder Road' Mary's dress 'sways'

The great debate over whether Mary's dress 'sways' or 'waves' in Bruce Springsteen's 'Thunder Road' has been settled.        [Author: Asbury Park Press]
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, Religion, Mary, Asbury Park Press, Thunder Road


Nobody Wants to Be Part of a Club They Did Not Choose

My oldest daughter and I snuck into the back of the church just before the memorial service started. She asked me to go with her to support one of her classmates, whose dad had died several months earlier while out for a jog. Because of the pandemic, the family had waited to host this celebration of his life so more people could attend. We listened to stories about his life, how he met his wife, his time in the military, the way he faithfully supported our school and the students. We belly laugh...
Tags: Facebook, Death, Grief, Inspiration, Loss, Jesus, John, El Salvador, Samuel, Lazarus, Mary, Martha, HANNAH, Encouragement, Dorina, Ericlee


Season One, Episode 04: Joy in Who God Made You to Be

It’s podcast day! This week, our hosts Becky and Mary are looking at how we can find joy in how God made us. Wh en we gaze upon God and then see ourselves through His eyes, we can’t help but feel love and joy for the person He’s made us to be. That’s hard, though, right? So our brave hosts take some time to share how they’ve struggled to love the way the Lord made them — and how Scripture tells us that no matter how the world sees us, God looks at the heart. They’re joined today by (in)coura...
Tags: Inspiration, Mary, Instagram Facebook, Becky, DaySpring, Mary Carver, Becky Keife, Lucretia Berry, Anna E Rendell, in)courage Podcast, Instagram Facebook Episode Guest


Comment on corn fritters by Mary

In reply to Saurs. After suffering burns from popping fritter kernels, I first slice through the kernels themselves before cutting them off the cob: problem solved!
Tags: Food, Mary


Thinking He’s Helping His Friend, Man Who Cleans Houses Accidentally Makes Couple’s Condo Pristine

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Tags: Mark, Tom, Mary, WCBS, Cherry Hill, South Jersey, Beth, Angelino, Around the Nation, Meg Baker, Louis Angelino III, WCBS TV Angelino, Beth Motzel


Comment on onion pizza + strawberry sorbet by Mary

Do you have a favorite ice cream machine or what features do you recommend when purchasing one?
Tags: Food, Mary


The story of LA’s activist nuns gets told in new documentary ‘Rebel Hearts’

Lenore Dowling had been a nun for over a decade when the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary decided things needed to change to embrace the cultural shifts of the 1960s. The Archbishop of Los Angeles, however, refused to allow the sisters, who taught in Catholic schools across the city, to step out from their convent on the southern edge of Griffith Park and into contemporary life. The battle that ensued made headlines around the world, and now is the subject of the new documentary “Rebel He...
Tags: Movies, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Vatican, Catholic Church, Catholic, Scarlett Johansson, Usc, Kos, Rosa, Mary, McIntyre


Benedetta Review: Paul Verhoeven Fails to Deliver Meaning to Blasphemy

Besides being the fairground of luxury and class, the Cannes Film Festival is also perceived as a place where it is safe to show outrageous works that break free from social boundaries. In that regard, Paul Verhoeven’s Benedetta is that kind of movie that perfectly fits the “it’s a Cannes film” label. Following the commercial success of Elle, Verhoeven helms his second French movie. Unlike his first foray, Verhoeven fails to provide meaning to his controversial work this time out. Based on an a...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Movie Reviews, Jesus, Cannes film festival, Paul Verhoeven, Mary, ComingSoon, Movie News, Verhoeven, Benedetta, Lambert Wilson, Judith C Brown, Daphne Patakia, Gerard Soeteman, Benedetta Review


Comment on broccoli rubble farro salad by Mary

WOW! This is my new favorite salad! I made my first batch with regular Parmesan and it was great. My second batch was prepped for a crowd of 16. I doubled the recipe and used pecorino. It was absolutely delicious. It filled my big Tupperware bowl. Several people asked for your recipe. I was happy to refer them to your site. My health conscious adult daughter said she could eat this salad every day. Thank you for sharing!
Tags: Food, Tupperware, Mary


Four people in the world have a mysterious dementia. Could it hold a key to Alzheimer's?

This article was originally published on our sister site, Freethink.Her son had not been acting himself: a sweetheart, an adoring husband and father, he had turned mean. He would leave the door to their basement open, despite having an infant, and would leave medicine for his MS in reach of the kids on the counter.But what finally proved that something was deeply, deeply wrong was the numbers.Her son had always been exceptional at math, "Susan" tells me (a pseudonym to protect her family's priva...
Tags: Japan, Greece, Medicine, House, Innovation, Dementia, University of Pennsylvania, Nih, Josh, Susan, Mary, Lee, Jen, Ashley, VCP, FTD


Royal Style Watch: From Kate Middleton at Wimbledon to Princess Mary at Wembley - what a week for royal fashion

Our favourite royals have been out and about at Wimbledon this week, and we've seen...
Tags: Wembley, Kate Middleton, Wimbledon, Mary


GM could soar 50% as the auto maker trades more like a tech company in coming years, Wedbush says

GM's Chevrolet Volt hybrid car charges at a parking garage. AP Photo/Richard Vogel GM shares could pop up by about 50% over the next 12 months, Wedbush analysts say. Investors may start seeing GM more as a play on disruptive technology and less of a traditional auto maker. Analyst Dan Ives set a 12-month price target of $85 per share. See more stories on Insider's business page. General Motors shares could jump by nearly 50% over the next year as the automaker's plans for pr...
Tags: Amc, US, Trends, General Motors, Markets, Mary Barra, Gm, Electric Cars, Chevrolet Volt, Mary, Wedbush, Chevrolet Buick, Carla Mozee, Dan Ives, GM Stock, EV market


Long Beach now controls the Queen Mary, but it may have to deal with a derelict submarine too

A federal bankruptcy court judge officially returned control of the Queen Mary to Long Beach on Wednesday, July 7, and allowed the vessel’s now-former leaseholder to abandon any property left on site, potentially saddling the city with a flooded Russian submarine owned by an unknown party. The city had asked the judge to prevent Urban Commons Queensway LLC, the company that held the lease to the Queen Mary, from abandoning the submarine through bankruptcy. But the company denied owning the derel...
Tags: News, Sport, NewCo, Soccer, Sydney, Long Beach, Local News, Scorpion, Anthony, Palm Springs, Mary, Queen Mary, South Bay, Port of Long Beach, Richard Anthony, Russian Pacific Fleet


Long Beach controls the Queen Mary, but it may have to deal with a derelict submarine too

A federal bankruptcy court judge officially returned control of the Queen Mary to Long Beach on Wednesday, July 7, and allowed the vessel’s now-former leaseholder to abandon any property left on site, potentially saddling the city with a flooded Russian submarine owned by an unknown party. The city had asked the judge to prevent Urban Commons Queensway LLC, the company that held the lease to the Queen Mary, from abandoning the submarine through bankruptcy. But the company denied owning the derel...
Tags: News, Sport, NewCo, Soccer, Sydney, Long Beach, Local News, Scorpion, Anthony, Palm Springs, Mary, Queen Mary, South Bay, Port of Long Beach, Richard Anthony, Russian Pacific Fleet


Season One, Episode 03: Joy in the Lord

It’s time for another episode of the (in)courage podcast! This week, our hosts Becky Keife and Mary Carver take a look at what it means to find our joy in the Lord—and what gets in our way of doing so. Robin Dance, (in)courage contributor joins the episode to share her own story of joy from Week 2 Day 3 of Courageous Joy, leading Becky and Mary to discuss how easy it is to lose our focus on God and attempt to find joy elsewhere. They also turn to Scripture for the story of the “sinful” woman who...
Tags: Inspiration, Jesus, Mary, Luke, Instagram Facebook, Becky, Mary Carver, Becky Keife, Robin Dance, Lucretia Berry, Courageous Joy, in)courage Podcast