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Tear gas fired into crowds of protesters in Santa Monica; scattered looting reported

Wide-spread looting occurs in stores off Broadway as police attempt to clear a sit-in protest for the killing of George Floyd on Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica on Sunday, May 31, 2020. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Wide-spread looting occurs in stores off Broadway as police attempt to clear a sit-in protest for the killing of George Floyd on Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica on Sunday, May 31, 2020. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery w...
Tags: News, Protest, Minneapolis, Abc, California, La, America, Tesla, Sport, Soccer, Ocean, Broadway, Lapd, Paramount, White, Santa Monica

Santa Monica moves up curfew to 4 p.m. amid large protest, reports of looting

Around 700 protesters angry over the death of George Floyd marched up and down Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica on Sunday, with small groups breaking off to loot a mall and stores in the area. By the afternoon, the city had moved up its curfew. Previously in place starting at 8 p.m., the curfew now will start at 4 p.m., said Constance Farrell, a Santa Monica spokeswoman. Kneeling, protesters in Santa Monica ask police officers to kneel with them. @ladailynews — pierce sin...
Tags: News, Protest, California, La, Tesla, Sport, Soccer, Ocean, Paramount, Santa Monica, Ocean Avenue, Montana Avenue, Santa Monica Place, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories Breeze

The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Disney+ and Hulu in June 2020

As the streaming wars rage on, consumers are reaping the benefits of having loads of new content to sift through every month on their various streaming services. We’re here to help, so we’ve highlighted five of the best shows and movies coming to Disney+ and Hulu in June 2020 below if you’re looking for a recommendation. But if you’re like me and you enjoy seeing all of the options available to you, we also have the full lists of new (and old) content coming to both services over the next month...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Ocean, Oscar, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Soderbergh, George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino, Tom Cruise, Hulu, Rebecca Ferguson, Michael Keaton, Jeremy Renner, Will Arnett, Burj Khalifa, Jackie Brown

Board Question #93051: I've been (slowly) going through my music recently, which has ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,I've been (slowly) going through my music recently, which has resulted in me making a new playlist. It's full of those songs that make you just want to sit in the dark, turn the stereo up, and be engulfed in the sound and emotion of the music. Some examples are One More Light by Linkin Park, Otherside by Avi Kaplan, Hometown Glory by Adele, Zombie by Bad Wolves, and The Sound of Silence by Disturbed.If you were going to add some songs to a list like this, which ones would ...
Tags: London, San Francisco, Ed Sheeran, Ocean, Leonard Cohen, Benjamin, Sofi Tukker, Avi Kaplan, Adele Zombie, Helado Negro Suerte Ardilla Feroz P, Tori Kelly Ed Sheeran, Stars Ed Sheeran Bloodstream Ed Sheeran, Benjamin Ashes, Rome Dermot Kennedy

Low and Slow Across the Ocean

Following a conversation with Marko about X-Plane and sim-flying ferry routes in a Cessna 172RG, a bit of googling turned up this neat BBC Magazine story on the pilots who ferry small planes on transcontinental flights and the dangers they face. . [Author: Tam]
Tags: Guns, Planes, Ocean, Tam, Cessna, Marko, BBC Magazine, Teh Intarw3bz

You Can Thank Steven Soderbergh for Helping Get ‘Bill and Ted Face the Music’ Off the Ground

Bill and Ted Face the Music is one of those sequels that people thought would be perpetually talked about but never actually see the light of day. But here we are, with the third installment of the sci-fi comedy series starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter slated for release late this summer. But how did we get here? Well, it sounds like Steven Soderbergh surprisingly had a big hand in helping Bill and Ted Face the Music get in front of cameras. We already knew he was an executive producer on t...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Ted, George Carlin, Ocean, Sequels, Steven-Soderbergh, Ed, Bill, Keanu-Reeves, Alex, Tenet, Collider

Free Ocean’s Flavoured Tuns Pouch Printable Coupon!

Here is a coupon that you can print to get a free pouch of Ocean’s flavoured tuna! You will find the coupon by clicking the link below. This is a PDF printable coupon and as such the coupon itself has no indication that each print is unique. The coupon has only the same barcode for each print. Because of this, combined with the fact that it is a free coupon, you many have issues redeeming it. Whether or not you can successfully redeem this one will depend on the retailer or the cashier. You may...
Tags: Shopping, Canada, Ocean, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Ocean's Tuna, Free Ocean

Dean Vernon Wormer's Lockdown-Friendly, Double-Secret Probationary Quarantine-Quality Movie Quiz

Dennis Cozzalio of the Sergio Leone and the Infield Fly Rule blog has posted another of his famous movie quizes, and as always, I'm excited to participate. Previous installments answering questions from Professor Hubert Farnsworth, David Huxley, Professor Fate, Professor Russell Johnson, Dr. Smith, Professor Peabody, Professor Severus Snape, Professor Ed Avery, Dr. Anton Phibes, Sister Clodagh, Professor Arthur Chipping, Miss Jean Brodie, Professor Larry Gopnick, Professor Dewey Finn, Ms. Eliza...
Tags: Movies, White House, US, Austin, Paul Greengrass, Ocean, Paris, Clint Eastwood, Oliver Stone, Broadway, James Bond, Johnny Flynn, Akira Kurosawa, Jfk, Quentin Tarantino, Birdman

Santa Monica mayor: Don’t come to the beach and pier — they remain closed, and police are out in force

LOS ANGELES — The heat wave cooking Southern California Friday and this weekend would ordinarily mean packed beaches, but the coronavirus crisis is putting a damper on those plans, and county and city authorities are warning people that the coastline remains off-limits and social-distancing orders remain in effect. “We all have to remember that coronavirus means we must change normal behavior. For your safety, the beach is absolutely closed,” Santa Monica Mayor Kevin McKeown said. “So are the be...
Tags: News, California, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Ocean, Venice, Orange County, Eric Garcetti, Venice Beach, Santa Monica, Huntington Beach, Santa Monica Pier, Moore, Ferrer

Scientists Are Sticking Cameras on Whales to Explore the Changing Antarctic

The waters surrounding the Antarctic Peninsula are warming rapidly, yet we know very little about how this is impacting some of the region’s most charismatic denizens: the filter-feeding baleen whales that call this icy realm home. But a team of scientists is hoping to change that with the help of their flippered…Read more...
Tags: Science, Ocean, Antarctica, Whales, Antarctic Peninsula, Whale Of A Tale

This Might Be the Longest Creature Ever Seen in the Ocean

Scientists spotted a swirling siphonophore off Western Australia that was 150 feet long.
Tags: News, Australia, Ocean, Western Australia, Squid, Schmidt Ocean Institute, Sea Sponges, Fish and Other Marine Life, Siphonophores, Your-feed-science

CS Recommends: Deadly Class, Plus Podcasts & More!

CS Recommends: Doom Eternal, Plus Books, Music & More! Stuck inside? Don’t know what to watch/read/play/listen to? has got you covered. In this week’s CS Recommends our staff gives you solid tips on the best media to consume during your downtime, including Deadly Class & more. Check out our picks below! RELATED: March 24 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases MAX EVRY’s RECOMMEND: The Movies That Made Me: Pandemic Parade Click here to listen or download! My favorite current movies ...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Nbc, Cdc, Horror, Ben Affleck, Syfy, Thailand, Ocean, Ford, Bank, Nick Offerman, Morgan Freeman, Alec Baldwin, Parks

Netflix Canada April 2020 New Releases & Titles

More time at home means more Netflix! Here’s a full list of all of the shows and movies coming to Netflix Canada this April 2020: April 1 40 Days and 40 Nights Ace Ventura: Pet Detective Anger Management Bram Stocker’s Dracula Casper Charlie St. Cloud Community, Seasons 1-6 David Batra: Elefanten i rummet (Netflix Comedy Special) Dawn of the Dead (2004) Dune Europa Report Evolution Far from Heaven Gosford Park How to Fix a Drug Scandal (Netflix Documentary) Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie Judy Mood...
Tags: Shopping, Netflix, Canada, Ocean, Manhattan, Tokyo, Announcements, Levando, Bram Stocker, Netflix Canada, Canadian Deals & Coupons, Chris D Elia, Judy Moody, Netflix Here, Thirteen Ocean, David Batra

5 Natural Ways to Make Your Bedroom a Relaxation Oasis

Your bedroom is your safe space – it’s the place where you’re free to be you, to relax and rejuvenate yourself, and be away from judgmental eyes. So, it’s important that you make it as relaxing as possible, allowing you to take in the full benefits of your personal space. The question is, how do you go about this task? Don’t worry. If you’re starting from scratch, it may seem difficult, but with these 5 tips on how to make your bedroom as relaxing as possible, you’ll soon have your very own oas...
Tags: Parenting, Ocean, A Green Home

Cate Blanchett Fights for Power in New Mrs. America Teaser

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Cate Blanchett fights for power in new Mrs. America teaser FX has released a brand new teaser promo for their forthcoming star-studded limited series Mrs. America, highlighting the fight between Phyllis Schlafly and the Women’s Liberation Movement. Starring Cate Blanchett, the 9-episode series is scheduled to debut its first three episodes on Wednesday, April 15 on FX on Hulu, with new episodes airing each subsequent week on FX on Hulu. Check out the video below! RELATED...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, America, Ocean, TV News, Rose Byrne, Hulu, Cate Blanchett, FX, Sarah Paulson, Carol, Paulson, Blanchett, Castle Rock, John Slattery

This New Species Is Named After the Plastic Inside It

Some species are named after beloved teen activists or Lady Gaga. Others are named after plastic. Before science even discovered this deep-sea crustacean, plastic had infiltrated its stomach. So scientists named it accordingly. Meet Eurythenes plasticus.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ocean, Plastic, New Species, Plastic Pollution, Eurythenes Plasticus

TV Bits: ‘Wahl Street’, ‘The Brides’, ‘Rebel’, ‘Fierce Queens’, ‘Stranger Things 4’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Mark Wahlberg is getting his own HBO Max documentary series. YouTube has cancelled Impulse after two seasons. ABC’s Rebel adds an Ocean’s Eleven actor to its cast. Reese Witherspoon‘s nature documentary gets a trailer. Stranger Things 4 finds a new shooting location. ABC’s The Brides series has found its Dracula. AMC has greenlit an animated series called Pantheon. Quibi’s Legends of the Hidden Temple is looking for contenders. Mark Wahlberg, the producer of an...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Abc, Russia, Amc, Atlanta, David, Netflix, Ocean, Mark Wahlberg, Lithuania, Chevrolet, Maddie, Nickelodeon

Hawaii tourism, jobs in COVID-19 jeopardy, state doubles down on testing, Honolulu ex-police chief Kealoha faces enhanced sentencing, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Kona beach scene ©2020 All Hawaii News Virus scare could cost Hawaii 6,000 jobs, economists warn. A new report by University of Hawaii economists predicts the coronavirus scare will cause visitor spending in Hawaii to fall by more than 10% and wipe out nearly 6,000 jobs, but acknowledges there are a “wide range of other possible outcomes.” Star-Advertiser.Hawaii Visitor Spending Will Drop 10% From Coronavirus. The latest report from UH economists says a more prolonged spread of the virus ...
Tags: Travel, Cdc, Local, Hawaii, Ocean, State Department, State, Honolulu, Legislature, Health Department, Hawaiian, Kona, Waialae, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii News Now, University of Hawaii

*Event canceled* Protect Paradise at Bryon Bay’s beach clean-up

Announced 13 March Out of caution and concern for the safety of our community, Corona x Parley have made the decision to cancel the remaining Volunteers for the Ocean beach clean-ups. We understand this may be disappointing to some and will provide more information as it comes available. Please follow @CoronaExtraAustralia on Facebook for updates. Corona and Parley are on a mission to protect Australian beaches and waterways from the growing marine plastic epidemic. This summer, they have pl...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Featured, News, Australia, Culture, Ocean, Corona, Byron Bay, Parley, Bryon Bay

Protect Paradise at Bryon Bay’s beach clean-up

Corona and Parley are on a mission to protect Australian beaches and waterways from the growing marine plastic epidemic. This summer, they have pledged their commitment to clean 1 million square metres of Australian coastline. Through their Volunteers for the Ocean initiative, they are holding 20 beach clean-ups across Australia. On Friday 27th March, a Volunteers for the Ocean clean-up will take place in Byron Bay. We’d love for you to share this news and the clean-up details with your readers,...
Tags: Travel, Featured, News, Australia, Culture, Ocean, Corona, Byron Bay, Parley, Bryon Bay

6.2 things to know about the 26.2-mile 2020 LA Marathon

It’s longer than Interstate 110. It draws enough people to fill the LA Galaxy’s Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson. Complete LA Marathon coverage  And many runners will complete it in less time that it took you to watch Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” (not including pauses for popcorn and potty time). It’s one of the world’s premiere running events. It’s the 2020 Los Angeles Marathon, with its one-of-a-kind 26.2-mile “Stadium to the Sea” course, on Sunday, March 8. Here are 6.2 things you nee...
Tags: Facebook, Hollywood, News, California, La, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Ocean, Beverly Hills, Pacific Ocean, Usc, Ucla, Metro

‘The Banker’ Review: Apple’s New Movie is Strangely Inert and Lifeless

The new based-on-a-true-story drama The Banker inspires a reference to the charming political-fantasy sitcom Parks and Recreation , and its line about something having “the cadence of a joke”. The Banker has the cadence of a movie. It’s 120 minutes long — ah yes, a standard feature-length runtime. Its stars are now best known for their work in franchise fare — OK, they’re taking a break from action movies! And there’s a social conflict at its core, showcasing the destructive capabilit...
Tags: Apple, Texas, Movies, Drama, Congress, La, America, Features, Movie Reviews, Ocean, AFI Fest, Parks and Recreation, Banker, Jackson, Samuel L Jackson, Falcon

Look out for these street and freeway closures for LA Marathon

  Taiko drummers keep the pace up for runners near the Disney Concert Hall in the 34th annual Los Angeles Marathon on March 24, 2019. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)   The 35th Los Angeles Marathon, sponsored by Asics this year, is running on March 8. Many Los Angeles area streets and freeway ramps will be closed. The race’s 26.2-mile route begins at Dodger Stadium and wends it way through neighboring cities of West Hollywood, Beverly Hills to the finish line at the inte...
Tags: Business, Hollywood, News, California, La, Boston, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Ocean, Broadway, Beverly Hills, Local News, Pacific Coast Highway, Temple

California’s ‘ocean economy’ is strong, but faces threats from climate change

California’s “ocean economy” packs a powerful punch but it faces serious threats in the face of ongoing climate change, according to a new report. So what exactly is the ocean economy? The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. study defines it as “sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods and jobs while preserving the health of the ocean ecosystem.” In layman’s terms, that translates to the building of sea walls and breakwaters, offshore oil and gas ext...
Tags: Business, News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Economy, Soccer, Ocean, Port Of Los Angeles, Long Beach, Epa, Mars, Local News, Pacific, Amtrak, Southern California

Nintendo Has a Warehouse of Old Game Boys Waiting To Be Ocean's 11'ed

By Luis Prada  Published: February 28th, 2020 
Tags: Ocean, Humor, Nintendo, Luis Prada

Photographer Tobias Hägg Captures Inspiring Photographs Of The Ocean Seen From Above

Tobias Hagg is a Swedish photographer and videographer. He realizes different photographic series of his adventures and explorations with a unique approach. By gaining height on an environment, it offers a new perspective of the world around us. With remarkable aesthetics, the transmission of emotion is ensured in his photographs. His series “The Ocean” is about one of our greatest riches. Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Ocean, Aerial, Tobias Hägg

Welcome to 2020: A Federal and Ontario Employment and Labour Law Summary

We are almost at the end of the second month of 2020 and have compiled for you a number of upcoming employment and labour law changes and key compliance issues that federally regulated and Ontario employers need to consider in their HR and payroll practices. Federally Regulated workplaces Federally regulated employers will need to consider the following: 1. Canada Labour Code upcoming changes There are a number of upcoming changes to the obligations of federally regulated employers under the C...
Tags: Law, Canada, Ocean, Bill, Employment law, Panel, Ontario, Ministry, Matthews, Supreme Court of Canada, O REILLY, OEL, Ministry of Labour, WCAG, Dawe, Practice Of Law

Researchers See Eagle Torturing Bat by Repeatedly Dropping It in the Ocean

White-bellied sea eagles are majestic, keen-eyed predators that soar effortlessly above coastal forests and marshes. They can also be colossal jerks. These eagles were recently spotted tormenting an innocent fruit bat, repeatedly carrying it out to sea and dropping it into the waves.Read more...
Tags: Science, Birds, Ocean, Animal Behavior, Bats, Birdmodo

Tackling sustainability in sporting events

At the recent Super Bowl, the NFL focused on sustainability more than in past years with its Ocean to Everglades (O2E) initiative throughout South Florida. Efforts included education on invasive species, beach cleanups, food recovery and recycling initiatives. These conservation efforts are part of a larger trend internationally to shrink the carbon footprints of major sporting events. “Sports is one of the few avenues which can unite people of all different races, creeds and social status,” Mat...
Tags: Travel, England, New York, Design, Russia, NFL, Euro, Features, Ocean, Paris, Amsterdam, Fifa, Tokyo, Copenhagen, Carbon Footprint, Everglades

Marine Biology Student Goes Viral With Ocean Factoids That Will Stoke Your Fears of the Ocean

If you don’t already have a fear of the ocean, then this marine biology student’s TikTok videos may have you rethinking your stance on the matter. Thanks to Cornell University freshman John Dombrowski, TikTok viewers can now get a crash course in some of the more terrifying aspects of the ocean and other large bodies of water, including the creatures that live in them. Dombrowski has posted over 300 TikToks since joining the video-sharing site in September 2019, a number of which cover mari...
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Ocean, Viral, Cornell University, Dombrowski, Onetime, Cornell Daily Sun, Clickmonsters, John Dombrowski