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Lakers benefiting from in-house NBA Draft workouts with latest six-man crop

Oklahoma’s Austin Reaves, left, and Duke’s Matthew Hurt vie for a loose ball during the NBA Draft Combine at the Wintrust Arena, Thursday, June 24, 2021, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) VCU’s Nah’Shon Hyland drives to the basket during the NBA Draft Combine at the Wintrust Arena, Thursday, June 24, 2021, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) Stanford forward Oscar da Silva celebrates as USC forward Bennie Boatwright walks off the court following the Cardinal’s 79-76 comeba...
Tags: Maryland, Washington Post, Oregon, Stanford, Virginia, Sports, Sport, Chicago, Atlantic, Soccer, Nba, Michigan, Espn, Lebron James, Oklahoma, Duke


Leeds transfer news: Junior Firpo 'finalising' move & O'Brien on midfield wishlist

 The rumour mill has continued to churn out transfer stories surrounding Premier League outfit Leeds United on Sunday, with three of the biggest outlined below. Blaugrana star incoming First up is the latest on the Whites’ swoop for Junior Firpo.Links to Barcelona star Firpo have picked up in a major way over the last couple of weeks, as Marcelo Bielsa and co. turn their attentions to replacing the outbound Ezgjan Alioski.Firpo, in turn, has seemingly been identified as the ideal target, with th...
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Arsenal, Anderlecht, Leeds United, Yorkshire, Huddersfield, Crystal Palace, Sabah, Leeds, Marcelo Bielsa, Elland Road, Alonso


Jimmy Kimmel, Amy Schumer, more congratulate Conan O'Brien on finale: 'Thank you for everything'

Rivals and stars who have joined O'Brien as guests in his 28 years of late night comedy took to social media to share some of their fondest memories.       [Author: USA TODAY]
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Now that ‘Conan’ is Over, What is Conan O’Brien Doing Next?

Last night brought the final episode of Conan to TBS. The conclusion of the series also marks the end of comedian Conan O’Brien‘s tenure as a late night television host. After taking over Late Night on NBC in 1993, having an all-too-short stint hosting The Tonight Show, and taking his comedy over to TBS in 2010, the comedian will no longer be a staple of the late night circuit. But he will still be kicking around elsewhere with a variety of projects.  Conan Without Borders Lives On Even ...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Conan, Tbs, Conan O Brien, Havana Cuba, O Brien, Johnny Carson, Sona Movsesian, Barack Michelle Obama, Conan-OBrien, Conan Without Borders, HBO Max


Protecting free exercise under Smith and after Smith

This article is part of a symposium on the court’s decision in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. Thomas C. Berg is the James L. Oberstar professor of law and public policy at the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota). Douglas Laycock is the Robert E. Scott distinguished professor of law at the University of Virginia.  Fulton v. Philadelphia is an important win for religious liberty. Philadelphia may not terminate its foster-care services contract with Catholic Social Services on the ground that CS...
Tags: Featured, Law, Congress, Css, United States, Philadelphia, Smith, Boy Scouts Of America, Gillette, Fulton, Dale, Barrett, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Kavanaugh, Catholic Social Services


AIG All Ireland joy for Carton House, Kilkenny and Spanish Point

Carton House won the AIG Men's Senior Cup at the AIG Men’s Cups & Shields Finals 2020, Donegal Golf Club, Murvagh, Donegal, Ireland. 11/06/2021 Picture: Golffile | Thos Caffrey Carton House ended eight years of pain when they captured their first senior pennant with a 3.5-1.5 win over Belvoir Park in the 2020 AIG Senior Cup at Donegal Golf Club.The C...
Tags: America, Sport, Aig, Ireland, Golf, Clarke, Ferguson, Scott Jones, Leinster, Jones, Michael, Galway, Wilson, Tom, Ward, PAUL


Leona leads; Berehaven's AIG Jimmy Bruen joy; Lanigan shines in Women's Amateur

Chris Downey (left) and David Kelly celebrate Berehaven’s historic win in the AIG Jimmy Bruen Shield at Donegal GC. © Golffile | Thos Caffrey Leona Maguire blasted a seven-under 65 to take the early lead in the LPGA Mediheal Championship in San Francisco.The Co Cavan star (26) reeled off four birdies in her first six holes on the back nine at Lake Mer...
Tags: England, Scotland, San Francisco, Spain, Sport, Aig, Thailand, Austria, Ireland, South Africa, House, Golf, Pga Tour, European Tour, Switzerland, Belgium


‘Infinite’ Review: This Blah Reincarnation Sci-Fi Action Flick Should be Sent to Digital Purgatory

“There are among us a people gifted with a perfect memory of all their past lives. They call themselves Infinites!” So says Mark Wahlberg less than a minute into Infinite, the hacky and dreadfully blah sci-fi action pic from director Antoine Fuqua. Wahlberg doesn’t usually do voice-over narration in his movies, and it’s easy to see (or rather, hear) why – he’s very bad at it. Infinite thankfully doesn’t have wall-to-wall Wahlberg voice-overs, but when it happens, you’ll be in awe at how out of ...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Features, Movie Reviews, Mark-Wahlberg, Burkina Faso, Keanu Reeves, Paramount, Don, Bathurst, Evan, O Brien, John Wick, Wahlberg, Dylan O Brien, Fuqua


New York’s New Post-Mortem Right of Publicity Law Comes Into Effect, Part 1 (Guest Blog Post)

by guest blogger Tyler Ochoa On May 29, 2021, New York’s new post-mortem right of publicity law came into effect.  The law is codified at N.Y. Civil Rights Law § 50-f.  It provides for a post-mortem right of publicity for a “deceased personality” or a “deceased performer” for a period of 40 years after the person’s death.  Because New York did not have any post-mortem right of publicity before the enactment of this statute in November 2020, this is a very big deal.  However, there is a catch bur...
Tags: New York, Sixth Circuit, Law, California, Bela Lugosi, Georgia, United States, Pabst, Tennessee, New York Times, Broadway, Gm, Marilyn Monroe, Mpaa, Albert Einstein, Price


‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Breakdown: The Details and History That Enrich “Rampage”

This post contains major spoilers for the latest episode of the series. The Clone Troopers of The Bad Batch look for help anywhere they can get it, and in the latest episode “Rampage,” Echo has an idea. Cid was an old contact of the Jedi and they seek out this mysterious barkeep. The group heads to Ord Mantell, hoping they can learn more about Fennec Shand, the bounty hunter that chased them down in the previous episode. As things like this tend to go, they eventually discover that in order to ...
Tags: Featured Stories Sidebar, Animation, Disney, Disney/Pixar, Features, Sci-Fi, Sequels, Television, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, Star-Wars, The Bad Batch


Dollar General at center of labor unrest controversy after frustrated workers walk off job in Maine citing low wages and understaffed stores

Courtesy of Nate Theriault Dollar General employees quit in protest over understaffing and low pay at a store in Eliot, Maine. "They figured that they had me trapped in a job that I couldn't get out of. To some degree they were right," one worker told Insider. The walkout at the Dollar General follows much labor unrest in the state in recent months. See more stories on Insider's business page. Berndt Erikson worked as the nightly closer and key-holder at a Dollar General in the sm...
Tags: US, Trends, Maine, Joe, Andy, Fed, AFL CIO, Brien, York County, ELIOT Maine, O Brien, Eliot, Erikson, Andy O Brien, Dollar General, WMTW


The Final Episode of ‘Conan’ Airs in June, and the Next Couple Months Will Get Nostalgic

Last fall, comedian Conan O’Brien announced that he would be ending his nightly Conan talk show on TBS in 2021 in favor of a weekly series that he would be taking to HBO Max. Well, last night the comedian officially started the countdown to the end by announcing that the final episode of Conan would air in June. Thankfully, that’ll give the comedian and his crew plenty of time to say goodbye. Conan O’Brien announced the final episode of Conan will air on June 24 as a special hour-long episode...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Jay Leno, Conan, Tbs, James Corden, Conan O Brien, Yankee, Billy Crystal, O Brien, Conan-OBrien, Jimmy Fallon Jimmy Kimmel Stephen Colbert, HBO Max, HBO Max Well, Team Coco YouTube


Conan on TBS Final Episode Set for June

Conan has been a staple on TBS since 2010, but will finally end this June as host Conan O’Brien moves on to new projects. The channel revealed that the Conan on TBS final episode will air on June 24, 2021. This will allow host O’Brien to focus on his new HBO Max show, which is currently in development with WarnerMedia and is a “departure from his current traditional talk-show format.” MORE: Exclusive Chad Clip – Nasim Pedrad Gives Hilarious Presentation TBS promises that the final weeks of Cona...
Tags: TV, Movies, Jay Leno, Nbc, Conan, TV News, Tbs, Conan O Brien, Brien, O'Brien, ComingSoon, Conaco, WarnerMedia, HBO Max, Nasim Pedrad Gives Hilarious Presentation TBS, TBS O Brien


Conan O’Brien Says No More Trump Jokes for Final Two Months on TBS

O’Brien said the last episodes of “Conan” will feature special guests and clips of his favorite moments on the show before he moves to HBO Max.
Tags: Tbs, Conan O'brien, O'Brien


Atlanta’s early stage investment renaissance continues with Overline’s $27 million fund close

Michael Cohn became a celebrity in the Atlanta startup ecosystem when the company he co-founded was sold to Accenture in a deal valued somewhere between $350 million and $400 million nearly six years ago. That same year, Sean O’Brien also made waves in the community when he helped shepherd the sale of the  collaboration software vendor, PGi, to a private equity firm for $1.5 billion. The two men are now looking to become fixtures in the city’s burgeoning new tech community with the close of thei...
Tags: TC, Money, Entrepreneurship, Finance, America, Tech, Atlanta, Economy, Arizona, Venture Capital, Private Equity, David Cohen, Accenture, Financial Services, TechStars, Delaware


How the Original ‘King Kong’ Influenced ‘Godzilla’ (And How Lesser-Known Dino Movies Influenced Them Both)

When Godzilla vs. Kong roars onto HBO Max and storms into U.S. theaters on March 31,   it will mark the first full-fledged crossover in the seven-year cycle of shared-universe monster movies from Legendary Pictures. The current MonsterVerse is young, but for its giant denizens, it’s merely the latest chapter in the history of two long-running, closely intertwined film franchises. Both Godzilla and Kong lay claim to the title of “king,” which puts them immediately at odds, and it wouldn’t be a f...
Tags: Japan, New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, Features, San Diego, Manhattan, Jurassic Park, Tokyo, Toho, Arthur Conan Doyle, Godzilla, Pacific, Peter Jackson, Skull Island


Northern California Priest Who Presided Over Pres. Biden’s Inauguration Under Investigation

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Tags: California, Washington, Silicon Valley, Jesus, Associated Press, Catholic, Jerry Brown, Biden, Kamala Harris, Northern California, Georgetown University, Brien, Santa Clara Calif, O'Brien, Santa Clara University, Jesuit


DeWolfe and O’Brien of Greater Boston Commercial Properties Inc. broker sale of 34,5000 s/f building

Westborough, MA Tyler DeWolfe and Bret O’Brien of Greater Boston Commercial Properties Inc. represented the seller, R.G. ...
Tags: Radio, O'Brien, Greater Boston Commercial Properties Inc, Bret O Brien, DeWolfe, Westborough MA Tyler DeWolfe


Nickerson of O’Brien Commercial Properties brokers a 6,200 s/f lease

7 Stuart Road - Chelmsford, MA Chelmsford, M...
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Aniara.

I became aware of Harry Martinson’s book-length poem Aniara as an sf fan in the early ’60s, though it may have been the opera rather than the book; in any case, while I of course welcomed the idea of a spaceship driven off course by an asteroid and sent on an unchangeable new path, the details sounded awfully gloomy, and I never investigated further. Now I learn, from Geoffrey O’Brien’s NYRB review of poem, opera, and (recent) movie, that Hugh MacDiarmid was one of the original translators! Ma...
Tags: Amazon, Uncategorized, Ray Bradbury, Earth, Linguistics, Vogt, Hugh MacDiarmid, O'Brien, NYRB, Martinson, Rind, MacDiarmid, Geoffrey O'Brien, Harry Martinson, Aniara, Elspeth Harley Schubert


‘Cobra Kai’ Season 4 Set Photo Kicks Off Production, and the Cast is Growing Too

Cobra Kai moved to Netflix for its third season right at the beginning of 2021, and the producers are wasting no time getting back to work on the next season. Production is already underway on Cobra Kai season 4, and the first photo from set reveals the title of the season premiere. Plus, the new season will be turning a couple recurring cast members into full series regulars, and two new cast members have also been recruited. Cobra Kai Season 4 Production Start There's no more time fo...
Tags: Television, Movies, Casting, Sports, Netflix, Sequels, Devon, Annie, School Of Rock, Rubio, Daniel, Kenny, Johnny, Miyagi, O Brien, Peyton List


Netflix’s Cobra Kai Season 4 Officially Begins Production

Netflix’s Cobra Kai Season 4 officially begins production Coming off from the successful debut of Cobra Kai Season 3, Netflix has announced that production on the highly-anticipated fourth season of their hit Karate Kid spinoff series has officially begun. In addition, Variety brings word that Vanessa Rubio and Peyton List -who respectively played the roles of Carmen and Tory during the first three seasons- have finally been promoted to series regulars for Season 4. There’s no more time ...
Tags: Japan, TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Devon, Sony Pictures Television, Young, Carmen, Kenny, Miyagi, O'Brien, Peyton List, ComingSoon, The Karate Kid


What I Learned Writing a Trilogy

In October 2016, I began writing Arlo Finch in the Valley of Fire. It’s about a kid who moves to the mountains of Colorado, where he joins the Rangers. Modeled on the scouts of my youth, Rangers can do some kinda magic things because the forest outside their town is kinda magic. Arlo Finch sold to Roaring Brook/Macmillan as a trilogy, with Valley of Fire debuting in February 2018 and Lake of the Moon the following year. It has spawned thirteen translations published around the world. I’ve toure...
Tags: Europe, Books, Colorado, Author, Fox, Canada, Paris, Harry Potter, Rangers, Projects, New Mexico, Damon Lindelof, Wade, Valley, Damon, J J


8 Actors Who Should Play Terry McGinnis in a Live-Action Batman Beyond

8 actors who should play Terry McGinnis in a live-action Batman Beyond ComingSoon.net has gathered a few actors who should play Terry McGinnis in an inevitable adaptation of Batman Beyond. Check out our selections below! RELATED: Reports of Michael Keaton Leading the DCEU Debunked… For Now if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptSta...
Tags: Comics, Hollywood, Movies, Gotham, Netflix, Mtv, TV News, Harley Quinn, Brad Pitt, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Terry, Nick Robinson, The Flash, Michael Keaton


Location broker X-Mode continues to track users despite app store bans

Hundreds of Android apps, far more than previously disclosed, have sent granular user location data to X-Mode, a data broker known to sell location data to U.S. military contractors. The apps include messaging apps, a free video and file converter, several dating sites, and religion and prayer apps — each accounting for tens of millions of downloads to date, according to new research. Sean O’Brien, principal researcher at ExpressVPN Digital Security Lab, and Esther Onfroy, co-founder of the Defe...
Tags: Apple, Google, Supreme Court, Congress, New York City, Israel, Tech, Cnn, Homeland Security, Michigan, Wyden, New York Subway, Federal Trade Commission, Sdk, Ftc, Internal Revenue Service


Kerry O'Brien rejects Australia Day honour in protest against Margaret Court's award

Broadcaster cites ‘deeply insensitive and divisive decision’ to make Court a Companion of the Order of AustraliaVeteran journalist Kerry O’Brien has rejected an Australia Day award to protest the decision to give Margaret Court the country’s highest honour.O’Brien wrote to the governor general’s secretary on Sunday explaining there must be something “fundamentally wrong” with the honours system given the “deeply insensitive and divisive decision” to appoint Court a Companion of the Order of Aust...
Tags: Australia, Court, Australia news, Honours system, Australia Day, Brien, O'Brien, Margaret Court, Kerry O'Brien


Australia Day honours 2021: Malcolm Turnbull says 'irony' in getting award along with Margaret Court

Tim Cahill, Gai Waterhouse and Craig Foster also recipients, while Kerry O’Brien turns down award in protest against Court’s inclusionKerry O’Brien rejects Australia Day honour to protest Margaret Court’s awardMalcolm Turnbull has said there is “no shortage of irony” that he has received Australia’s highest honour for his contributions towards marriage equality on the same day that Margaret Court, the tennis legend who was a vocal opponent of the 2017 campaign, received the same honour.The forme...
Tags: Australia, Court, Tim Cahill, Malcolm Turnbull, Honours system, Australia Day, O'Brien, Margaret Court, Craig Foster, Kerry O'Brien, Tim Cahill Gai


Nick Saban says Bill O’Brien having dual NFL role “probably impossible” - NBC Sports

Alabama has not made the hiring of Bill O’Brien official yet, but head coach Nick Saban sounds as if it’s a done deal. O’Brien is...
Tags: Alabama, NFL, Nbc Sports, Nick Saban, O'Brien, Bill O'Brien


Cancer cells hibernate to survive chemotherapy, finds study

Cancer cells go into a state similar to hibernation when attacked by chemotherapy.The low-energy state is similar to diapause—the embryonic survival strategy of over a 100 species of mammals. Researchers hope to use these findings to develop new cancer-fighting therapies. When attacked by chemotherapy, all cancer cells have the ability to start hibernating in order to wait out the threat, finds new research. The cancer cells hijack an evolutionary survival mechanism to transition into a state o...
Tags: Health, Biology, Medicine, Animals, Cancer, Public Health, Canada, Innovation, University of Toronto, Brien, Margaret, O Brien, Research Institute, Schimmer, Catherine O Brien, Aaron Schimmer