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Coronavirus Australia live update: prime minister Scott Morrison press conference addresses Covid-19 after national cabinet meeting

Scott Morrison says national cabinet discussed the need ‘to protect against complacency in other parts of the country’. Follow live news and updatesScott Morrison speaks after national cabinetEight Melbourne public housing towers released to stage three restrictionsFollow our global live blogDownload the Guardian app to get the most important news notifications 4.24am BST This was flagged yesterday. The national medical advice, for places where there is ongoing community transmission is to w...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Welfare, Victorian politics, Victoria, Melbourne, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory


BBC2 Test highlights: First impressions

Tonight was the first episode of the BBC’s new Test highlights show. It’s called Today at the Test, which is a great name (although given today’s rain and its 45-minute running time, this first one should probably have been called Today at the Test Plus Quite a Bit of Other Stuff.) It’s early days, but it’s immediately obvious that they’ve got some simple yet important things correct. If you missed the 7pm start time, you could bring it up on the iPlayer and click ‘watch from start’It wa...
Tags: England, Cook, Sex, Bbc, Bangladesh, Alastair Cook, Michael Vaughan, West Indies, Geoffrey Boycott, Vaughan, Mitchell, Carlos Brathwaite, Phil Tufnell, Isa Guha, Cricket media, Alison Mitchell Michael Vaughan


'There aren't many great novels about music'

Mitchell says he wanted to "outwit" the difficulty as he launches his new novel about a 60s band.
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Author David Mitchell: Writing a music novel is 'impossible'

Mitchell says he wanted to "outwit" the difficulty as he launches his new novel about a 60s band.
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Anaïs Mitchell Will Release WORKING ON A SONG: THE LYRICS OF HADESTOWN Book This Fall

Like the rest of Broadway, performances of the eight-time Tony-winning Hadestown are paused, but fans still have something to look forward to in 2020. Plume will release musical creatorAnas Mitchell's 'Working on a Song The Lyrics of Hadestown' on October 6 [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Mitchell, Tony, BWW News Desk, Anais Mitchell


Melbourne to re-enter stage 3 coronavirus lockdown restrictions for six weeks – video

Metropolitan Melbourne will go into stage-three lockdown for six weeks from 11.59pm on Wednesday after the state of Victoria recorded 191 new cases of coronavirus since Monday, the highest daily increase since the pandemic began.The Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, announced that people living in the Melbourne metropolitan area and Mitchell shire would again be subject to restrictions, meaning they can only leave their house for work, education, exercise, for necessary goods or services or for...
Tags: UK News, Australia news, Victoria, Melbourne, Daniel Andrews, Mitchell, Coronavirus outbreak


Coronavirus Victoria: Melbourne to re-enter stage 3 lockdown restrictions for six weeks – video

Metropolitan Melbourne will go into stage-three lockdown for six weeks from 11.59pm on Wednesday after the state of Victoria recorded 191 new cases of coronavirus since Monday, the highest daily increase since the pandemic began.The Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, announced that people living in the Melbourne metropolitan area and Mitchell shire would again be subject to restrictions, meaning they can only leave their house for work, education, exercise, for necessary goods or services or for...
Tags: UK News, Australia news, Victoria, Melbourne, Daniel Andrews, Mitchell, Coronavirus outbreak


Evil v Good, day 4: Match skitters to a conclusion

We’re pitting an England XI comprising the players we invested in the most against an Antagonists XI using International Cricket Captain’s ‘All Time Greats’ mode. England made 202 runs and lost four wickets on day three. It was very boring and far and away their most successful day. Australia still lead by six runs. Paul Collingwood and Andy Flintoff are at the crease. Morning session Don’t get ahead of yourselves. Darren Gough is batting at eight. Flintoff batted quite zes...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Johnson, Shane Warne, Steve Smith, Paul Collingwood, Collingwood, James Anderson, Matt Prior, Anderson, Monty Panesar, Steve Harmison, Mitchell, Flintoff, Don


Brand Moves for Wednesday July 1

Eighteen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand move...
Tags: Facebook, Uber, Mark Zuckerberg, Hong Kong, UK, New York, London, Instagram, Microsoft, France, Germany, Advertising, US, Linkedin, Netflix, New York Times


Evil v Good, day 3: England’s best day so far

We’re pitting an England XI comprising the players we invested in the most against an Antagonists XI using International Cricket Captain’s ‘All Time Greats’ mode. Taken in isolation, day two was less rubbish than day one. However, the nature of Test cricket is that it cannot be taken in isolation, so in fact day two compounded day one such that we arrive here at day three in an even worse position than yesterday morning. England are 19-0 and 208 runs behind. That’s pretty much where yo...
Tags: England, Australia, Sex, Johnson, Shane Warne, Paul Collingwood, Collingwood, Steve Waugh, Mcgrath, Mitchell, Glenn, Trescothick, Marcus Trescothick, Warne, Mike Atherton, Gilchrist


Oculus co-founder and games industry vets form Mountaintop Studios

Oculus co-founder Nate Mitchell is heading up a new game development house called Mountaintop Studios, joined by colleagues from around the gaming industry. The company aims to leave the crunch and toxic culture pervasive in game studios behind and make one that’s “collaborative, anti-crunch, diverse, and inclusive.” The founding team includes Mitchell’s former colleague Mark Terrano, who was creative director at Oculus, Matt Hansen, former COO of Double Fine, and artist Rich Lyons, who worke...
Tags: Startups, Gaming, Developer, Tech, Oculus, Mitchell, Hansen, Matt Hansen, Nate Mitchell, Mountaintop, Naughty Dog, Doublefine, Mountaintop Studios, Mark Terrano, Rich Lyons


Symposium: RIP state “Blaine Amendments” – Espinoza and the “no-aid” principle

Steven Green is the Fred H. Paulus Professor of Law and director of the Center for Religion, Law & Democracy at Willamette University College of Law. He filed an amicus brief on behalf of a number of religious groups in support of the respondents in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue. There is so much contained in the various opinions in Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue that a college instructor could use that one case to teach an entire course about American church-state law: di...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Colorado, California, Montana, Senate, Pennsylvania, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Mitchell, Thomas, U S Supreme Court, The Supreme Court, Alito, William Rehnquist, Locke


Louise Goffin talks famous parents and finding her own place in the music world

The daughter of legendary songwriters Carole King and Gerry Goffin, Louise Goffin spent her childhood and adolescence in Laurel Canyon, the epicenter of the L.A. music scene in the late ’60s and ’70s. Her live debut came when she was 17, opening up for Jackson Browne in 1977 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. Her first album “Kid Blue” arrived on the major label Elektra/Asylum in 1979 before she’d even turned 20. Yet while those early memories used to remind Goffin more of struggle and difficu...
Tags: Music, London, Scotland, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, New Orleans, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Mitchell, Carole King, Gerry Goffin, Jackson Browne, Goffin, Dana Point


How a Los Angeles tattoo artist found happiness with a frozen dessert from his hometown

After the sudden death of his older brother, Lemeir Mitchell decided to finally pursue his lifelong ambition so he packed up his bags, said goodbye to his native Philadelphia and headed out of town, determined to do whatever it would take to become a tattoo artist in Los Angeles. But things didn’t quite work out that way for Mitchell, who instead of inking skin has found happiness in selling frozen treats. Mitchell has driven around Southern California for the past three years selling water ice,...
Tags: Restaurants, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Philadelphia, Orange, Ellen Degeneres, Mitchell, Southern California, Philly, Cooper, Kevin, Fred, San Fernando Valley, Danielle


92Y's Unterberg Poetry Center Presents David Byrne and David Mitchell in Conversation

92Y's Unterberg Poetry Center will presenta July 14, 6 pm online conversation featuring bestselling author David Mitchell and poprock icon David Byrne. They will discuss writing, music, the creative life - and Mitchell's new novel, Utopia Avenue, which comes out on July 14. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, David Mitchell, David Byrne, Mitchell, BWW News Desk, Unterberg Poetry Center, Utopia Avenue


‘Bum’s Rush’: Anne Hathaway, Bill Murray, and Robert Duvall to Star in Indie Buddy Movie

There’s no point in burying the lede here: Bill Murray (Osmosis Jones) is going to provide the voice of a dog in a new independent film called Bum’s Rush. It’s the first time Murray has lent his voice to a dog character since…well, since 2018’s Isle of Dogs. But this will be a live-action dog, so let the anticipation begin. Learn more about Bum’s Rush below. In 2009, Murray starred in an indie film called Get Low opposite the great Robert Duvall (Days of Thunder), which was well-received upon...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Green, Tom Hanks, Bill-Murray, Anne-Hathaway, Caa, New Mexico, Cannes, Santa Barbara, Mitchell, Independent, Murray, Schneider, Hollywood Reporter, Hathaway


Aaron Schneider’s Bum’s Rush Lands Anne Hathaway & Bill Murray

Aaron Schneider’s Bum’s Rush lands Anne Hathaway & Bill Murray Though having previously both appeared in Get Smart, Anne Hathaway (Ocean’s 8) and Bill Murray (Ghostbusters: Afterlife) are partnering up for the first time as they have signed on to star in the upcoming buddy comedy Bum’s Rush from Aaron Schneider (Greyhound), according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: French Children Don’t Throw Food: Anne Hathaway to Star in Film Adaptation PB = PB || {}; ...
Tags: Movies, Bill Murray, Anne Hathaway, Caa, New Mexico, Cannes, Santa Barbara, Mitchell, Murray, Schneider, Hathaway, DUVALL, Robert Duvall, Movie News, Sarah Green, Aaron Schneider


Washington retiring Bobby Mitchell's number, renaming stadium level for him after dropping ex-owner's name

Washington is retiring Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell's No. 49 and will remove ex-owner George Marshall's name from lower bowl, rename it for Mitchell.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Washington, Usa Today, Mitchell, George Marshall, Bobby Mitchell, Famer Bobby Mitchell


Redskins retire Mitchell's jersey, rename stadium level

The Washington Redskins will retire the jersey of Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell. The team, which is under pressure to change its name during the ongoing national reckoning over racism, said Saturday that Mitchell's No. 49 will become only the second jersey in the franchise's 88-year history to be retired. Mitchell, Washington's first African American player, died in April.
Tags: News, Sports, Washington Redskins, Mitchell, Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell, Mitchell Washington


Guinness Reinstates Billy Mitchell's Donkey Kong, Pac-Man Records

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Guinness World Records has reinstated a number of classic video game world records held by Billy Mitchell. The move comes just over two years after Mitchell's records were expunged following an investigation by Twin Galaxies International Scoreboard, which partners with Guinness to adjudicate video game records. That investigation found that recordings of some of Mitchell's record performances on Donkey Kong were not achieved on legitimate a...
Tags: Tech, Ars Technica, Guinness, Mitchell, Donkey Kong, Billy Mitchell, Jace Hall, Twin Galaxies, Donkey Kong Pac Man Records, Ars Technica Twin Galaxies, Ars Mitchell


Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s Imagine Impact entertainment “accelerator” inks deal with Netflix

Imagine Impact, the entertainment accelerator launched by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard to try and bring Silicon Valley style mentorship and project development techniques to Hollywood, has inked a development deal with Netflix, and is looking for submissions. Under the agreement, Impact will identify and develop film ideas in four specific genres over the next year that they will then bring to Netflix to produce and distribute, through a global submission process. The companies did not disclos...
Tags: TC, Y Combinator, Hollywood, Films, Los Angeles, Tech, Netflix, Zimbabwe, House Of Cards, Silicon Valley, Brian, Vice President, Ron Howard, Streaming Services, Mitchell, Brian Grazer


Colville, Picasso and Mitchell lead Heffel's auction as the global art market goes virtual

TORONTO, June 16, 2020 /CNW/ - Amid sweeping social and economic changes caused by the pandemic, the art world is adjusting to "the new normal" with a rapid shift toward virtual participation, education and experiences. A leader in Canada's art market is Heffel Fine Art Auction House, which has made significant advancements to its digital infrastructure in order to adapt to this era of social distancing. Heffel will host its highly anticipated spring live auction on Wednesday, July 15, fe...
Tags: Business, News, Toronto, Canada, Mitchell, Heffel, Colville Picasso


The Long Battle Over ‘Gone With the Wind’

The 1939 blockbuster once symbolized the ultimate in mass entertainment. But African-Americans have protested against it from the start, even if white America didn’t want to hear it.
Tags: Science, Movies, News, America, Black People, Mitchell, Books and Literature, Race and Ethnicity, Gone with the Wind (Movie, Margaret (1900-49, How to Argue With a Racist: History, Race and Reality (Book


Pipo Saude raises $4.6 million to bring healthcare benefits management services to Brazil

Pipo Saude, a Brazilian provider of healthcare services for businesses and their employees, has raised $4.6 million in a new round of funding to expand its footprint in Brazil. “The company’s platform offers recommendations for the healthcare products that fit the team, enabling businesses to improve the quality of life of their employees,” said chief executive and co-founder, Manoela Ribas Mitchell. “ We go all the way to the end beneficiaries.” Pipo Saude helps companies price their insuran...
Tags: Travel, Health, TC, US, Articles, San Francisco, United States, Healthcare, Zenefits, Brazil, Latin America, Kaszek Ventures, Nubank, Mitchell, Temasek, Torres


Sacramento City Leaders To Announce Grant Money For Restaurants To Expand Outdoor Seating

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Outdoor dining is taking off in Sacramento as more and more restaurants need to boost capacity while staying socially distant. On Friday, the city will announce new funding to help pay for the effort. The city will also shut down 20th street between J and K for outdoor seating. Bars and restaurants are quickly adapting to a new habitat. Selland’s on H street built a large deck in just two days. “We look forward to having some breakfast and mimosas out here,” said Meredith Mi...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Sacramento, Mitchell, Sacramento City, Selland, Sacramento News, Coronavirus, Meredith Mitchell, Jarrett Derfield, Midtown Der Biergarten, Emily Baime Michaels, Midtown Association Between J, Baime Michaels


Police: Man Arrested In DUI Crash In Ceres That Killed 1, Injured 2

CERES (CBS13) – A man arrested on Thursday is accused of driving while intoxicated during a fatal crash involving three vehicles in Ceres last November, authorities said. The Ceres Police Department said Jose Valadez-Villasenora, 23, of Ceres, was hospitalized with major injuries following the crash on November 16 along Hatch Road between Mitchell and Moffett roads. Ceres police said the 23-year-old was driving a Honda, trailing behind a Mazda in the eastbound lanes of Hatch Road before collidin...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Ford, Honda, Ceres, Mitchell, Mazda, Moffett, Ceres Police Department, Hatch Road, Ceres News, Jose Valadez Villasenora, Valadez Villasenora


MLB Draft: UCLA’s Garrett Mitchell selected in first round by Milwaukee Brewers

UCLA outfielder Garrett Mitchell was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers with the No.20 overall pick in the first round of the 2020 MLB Draft. Mitchell, UCLA’s starting center fielder and leadoff hitter, is the first Bruin selected in the 2020 MLB Draft. He is the second straight Bruin to be chosen in the first-round of the MLB Draft after Michael Toglia was chosen No. 23 overall last year by the Colorado Rockies. Toglia was the first first-round pick for the Bruins since 2000. Bruin Brewer @Gar...
Tags: Milwaukee, Sports, America, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, College sports, Ncaa, Oakland Athletics, San Francisco Giants, Oakland, Milwaukee Brewers, Ucla, Mitchell, Bruins, Soderstrom


After a Year Without a Global CMO, McDonald’s Names Alistair Macrow to the Job

Burger giant McDonald's has promoted Alistair Macrow to global CMO, according to an announcement from the company today. Macrow fills a role that has been empty for nearly a year after the departure of Silvia Lagnado last July. Since then, Colin Mitchell, svp of global marketing, has led the marketing team at McDonald's. Mitchell is...
Tags: Advertising, CMO, Mitchell, McDonald, Colin Mitchell, Silvia Lagnado, CMO Report, Alistair Macrow, Macrow


People are paying as much as $10,000 for an unlicensed remdesivir variant for their cats, in a thriving black market linked to Facebook groups

A variant of remdesivir, one of the most promising treatments for COVID-19, has for more than a year been sold as a treatment for sick cats via a black market connected to big Facebook groups. The drug, called GS-441524, is being sold as a purported cure for Feline Infectious Peritonitis, which is caused by a coronavirus, the same family of pathogen that causes COVID-19 in humans.  Despite not being licensed as a treatment for FIP by the Food and Drugs Administration, the drug is being sold to...
Tags: Facebook, China, India, US, Trends, Pakistan, Mitchell, Business Insider, University College London, Henry, University of California Davis, Pedersen, Gilead, University of Glasgow, Food and Drugs Administration, School of Pharmacy


MLB Draft: UCLA’s Garrett Mitchell highlights small group of Bruins in 2020 draft

The first time UCLA baseball coach John Savage watched Garret Mitchell in high school was at Hart Park in Orange County. Mitchell hit a triple that day, impressing Savage immediately. Not long after, the Orange Lutheran High School alum took an official visit to Westwood. He committed that day in Savage’s office. “You just don’t see those types of players that often,” Savage said, recalling his first impression of Mitchell. “That power, body, that strength, that speed was just very unique.” A re...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Mlb, College sports, Ncaa, Oakland, Ucla, Mitchell, Savage, Bruins, San Jacinto, Westwood, Baseball America, Michael Townsend, Garrett Mitchell