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Meet Jason Owen, the Mega-Manager Whose Clients Swept the Grammys’ Country Awards

There was a moment on the night of Feb. 10 when manager Jason Owen allowed his mind to “go there.” Could his client, Kacey Musgraves, who by 4 p.m. had already picked up two Grammy Awards — for “Space Cowboy” and “Butterflies,” for best country song and best country solo performance, respectively — in Owen’s […]
Tags: Kacey Musgraves, News, Grammys, Iheartradio, Little Big Town, Owen, Jason Owen


Ex-Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston sues father Owen's club

Karl Oyston is taking the club where he was chairman for 19 years to an Employment Tribunal.
Tags: News, Blackpool, Karl Oyston, Owen


Now Scream This: Say Goodbye to Valentine’s Day With These Horror Movies

(Welcome to Now Scream This, a column where horror experts Chris Evangelista and Matt Donato tell you what scary, spooky, and spine-tingling movies are streaming and where you can watch them.) Matt: Valentine’s Day was last week, but why not present your sweetheart the greatest gift of all this week? A night of zero complications, pajamas, and streaming horror movies with an emphasis on love, crushes, and content that’d make Cupid cringe. Love as a monster, love as an escape, and most of all, ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Bela Lugosi, US, Features, Richard Jenkins, Aubrey Plaza, John, Hulu, Young, Chloe Grace Moretz, Curry, Chris, Lily


Moran 21st in Portuguese Amateur

Robert Moran (Castle). Picture by Pat Cashman Castle’s Robert Moran showed his quality as he finished tied for 21st despite closing with a disappointing 76 in the final round of the Portuguese Amateur Championship at Montado Hotel & Golf Resort.Just four strokes off the pace at halfway after a brace of 70’s, he was six strokes behind entering the final round but mixed three birdie...
Tags: England, France, Sport, Golf, Dan Brown, Daniel, Owen, Moran, FRA, Dun Laoghaire, Ben Schmidt, Amateur golf, Castleknock, Alan Fahy, Laurie Owen, Robert Moran


An open letter to a Liverpool fan

Dear Liverpool Fan,Subject : From Doubters to BelieversI started supporting Liverpool in the beginning of 2000. It all started with a Michael Owen goal I caught in telly. And my curiosity pulled me more and more towards Owen and the club he played for. Since there was no way for me to follow Liverpool games back then in the small town I come from, my only source of information was delayed highlights and newspaper articles. Slowly games started appearing in StarSports India and I would watch almo...
Tags: Psychology, Europe, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Steven Gerrard, Tottenham, Pep Guardiola, Gerrard, Klopp, United, Suarez, Michael Owen, Rodgers, Owen, Rafa


An open letter to a Liverpool fan

Dear Liverpool Fan,Subject : From Doubters to BelieversI started supporting Liverpool in the beginning of 2000. It all started with a Michael Owen goal I caught in telly. And my curiosity pulled me more and more towards Owen and the club he played for. Since there was no way for me to follow Liverpool games back then in the small town I come from, my only source of information was delayed highlights and newspaper articles. Slowly games started appearing in StarSports India and I would watch almo...
Tags: Psychology, Europe, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Steven Gerrard, Tottenham, Pep Guardiola, Gerrard, Klopp, United, Suarez, Michael Owen, Rodgers, Owen, Rafa


On the Smugglers’ Radar

“On The Smugglers’ Radar” is a feature for books that have caught our eye: books we have heard of via other bloggers, directly from publishers, and/or from our regular incursions into the Amazon jungle. Thus, the Smugglers’ Radar was born. Because we want far more books than we can possibly buy or review (what else is new?), we thought we would make the Smugglers’ Radar into a weekly feature – so YOU can tell us which books you have on your radar as well! On Ana’s Radar: The new book b...
Tags: Amazon, Books, Steve Jobs, Boston, Kingdom, William Gibson, Cleveland, Seoul, Black Mirror, Ana, Henry Viii, Henry, Owen, Thea, Vivian, Max Gladstone


Microsoft Celebrates Gaming for Everyone in This Year’s Super Bowl Ad

On Sunday, February 3rd, Microsoft will air a 60-second ad titled “We All Win” during the 2019 Super Bowl on CBS. The ad is the latest installation in the company’s journey of empowerment and inclusion showcasing how the Xbox Adaptive Controller is designed primarily to meet the needs of gamers with limited mobility.The ad follows the inspirational story of passionate young gamers, including nine-and-a-half-year-old Owen, rising to the top of their game with a little help from their friends, fam...
Tags: Technology, Featured, Microsoft, Advertising, Sydney, Cbs, Rosemary, Owen, McCann, Super Bowl Ad, Justine Cortale, JSM, Gloria J, Xbox Adaptive Controller, Super Bowl 2019 LIII, Kathleen Hall CVP


72 hours on The Outer Banks of NC

“L ong walks on the beach” are a dating profile cliché for a reason — few things are as serene or romantic as a leisurely stroll on a quiet strip of sand, waves nipping at your feet. While other East Coast beaches have given way to miles of high-rise condos, tacky souvenir shops, and 24-hour casinos, North Carolina’s Outer Banks have retained their natural, remote beauty. This string of barrier islands is home to a series of uncrowded beaches, Insta-perfect sunrises, and some of the freshest s...
Tags: Travel, America, Itinerary, Things To Do, Atlantic, North Carolina, East Coast, Weekend, All, Wright, Frisco, Owens, Brunswick, US Coast Guard, Owen, Carolina


‘The Mandalorian’ Could Feature the Return of Classic Droid R5-D4

We may know the human cast of The Mandalorian, but executive producer Jon Favreau is just now starting to reveal the droid members of the upcoming live-action Star Wars series. Details remain under wraps for the Disney+ show, but Favreau continues to appease fans with photos from the set featuring new props and characters — the latest of which is quite a classic callback. Favreau posted a photo of the R5-D4 unit, a droid that first appeared in 1977’s Star Wars: A New Hope. Jon Favreau Revea...
Tags: Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Jon-Favreau, Lucasfilm, Gina Carano, Luke Skywalker, Luke, Owen, Favreau, Giancarlo Esposito, Pedro Pascal, Star-Wars, Rick Famuyiwa, Owen Lars


Maximum chlorine levels for starter?

Maximum chlorine levels for starter? Submitted by Owen on January 22, 2019 - 2:33am. Our city water is good, with chlorine about 0.6ppm, but it seems to kill my white starter, so I use a chlorine filter. Does anyone have an idea the maximum level of chlorine that should be used with starter?
Tags: Baking, Owen


TNTribune.com: Dr. Mildred Denby Green...Historian of Black Music in Memphis Dies

Dr. Mildred Denby Green The Tennessee Tribune January 17, 2019 MEMPHIS, TN — Dr. Mildred Denby Green died on January 8, 2019, she was a college professor, choir director, composer, music scholar. One of Memphis foremost historians of Black music, she taught at two of the city’s historically Black colleges for forty years.  The daughter of Howard C. Denby, a painting contractor, and his wife, Wanetah  Benn  Denby, she was born on August 25, 1938, in Portsmouth, ...
Tags: Religion, Tennessee, Memphis, Black, Oberlin, Ohio State University, Owen, Wendell, United Negro College Fund, Carla Thomas, LeMoyne College, William J Zick, Norcom, Reuben Green, Portsmouth Virginia, Mildred Denby


Banksy's latest creation, which depicts a kid licking ash out of the air, just sold for more than $129,000 — but that wasn't the highest offer

Celebrated street artist Banksy's latest work, called "Season's Greetings," was painted on the side of a garage in Port Talbot, Wales days before Christmas. The garage owner just sold the art for more than 100,000 pounds ($129,000). He didn't sell to the highest bidder though; instead he sold to a buyer who promised to leave the work in the town for at least two years.  From one side of the building, the image appears to show a child licking snowflakes out of the air. But turn the corner, and ...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Wales, US, Trends, Bbc, Who, Epa, Banksy, Michael Sheen, Reuters, Port Talbot, Lewis, World Health Organization WHO, Owen, Humphries


Marcus Rashford: Man Utd striker compared to Kane, Rooney, Ronaldo and Owen

With Marcus Rashford in a hot streak, how does the Manchester United striker compare to Harry Kane and other Premier League 'Wonder Kids'.
Tags: Sport, Manchester United, Harry Kane, Owen, Marcus Rashford, Kane Rooney Ronaldo


A La Carte (January 14)

Today’s Kindle deals include several good books from Crossway, including one of my all-time favorites: Owen’s Overcoming Sin and Temptation. (Yesterday on the blog: What Has the Lord Been Teaching You From His Word?) Do All Things Without Complaint I enjoyed this reflection on God’s goodness and our complaining. “God’s plan is to do a new thing; he’s making us holy like he is holy, removing sin fully from our hearts so we can one day live with him in glory. His faithfulness i...
Tags: England, Israel, Blogging, World, Church Of England, Christ, A La Carte, Owen, Protestant, Scott Allen, Jared Wilson, House of Bishops, Conrad Mbewe, Crossway, Stephen Watkinson


He Sought to Kill Sin with a Pen: John Owen (1616–1683)

Fifty years or so ago, you would have been hard-pressed to find anyone who could recognize the name John Owen. Today, he is regularly quoted from pulpits and in articles as though his name were a household word. This is even more surprising because almost everybody who mentions him adds, “But he is not light reading!” After all, he lived in the seventeenth century, thought in Latin, wrote long and profound works of theology, and belonged to the marginalized group of Christians we call Puritans. ...
Tags: England, London, Religion, Spirit, Trinity, University of Oxford, Parliament, Son, Charles, Clarkson, Richard, Christ, Matthew, Jesus Christ, Owen, John Bunyan


Banksy Paints a Grim Holiday Mural: Season’s Greetings to All

Season’s greetings from Banksy. Two months after shredding a painting at a London auction, the street artist has resurfaced again. This time in Port Talbot, Wales, where he spray-painted a holiday mural on two sides of a garage. One sides shows a young boy frolicking in what looks like falling snow. The other side makes you realize that the snow is really a fire spewing toxic ash. According to the BBC, Gary Owen, a Port Talbot resident,  messaged Banksy last summer and asked him to put a spotli...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Twitter, London, College, Bbc, Current Affairs, Banksy, Port Talbot, Facebook Twitter, Owen, Gary Owen, PORT TALBOT Wales, Banksy Paints


After His Son Has a Bad Game, LeBron Delivers the Perfect Pep Talk

You made three of the biggest plays of the game,” James told Bryce, sitting on the sideline together after the team barely eked out a win. You get too down on yourself for no reason. The 33-year-old dad of three then goes on to describe what exactly those three impressive plays were: getting the offensive rebound when the team was down by four, firing off an outlet pass to teammate Owen “when he got the and-one” and then making another key pass at the end to win the game.
Tags: News, Los Angeles Lakers, James, Owen, Bryce


Banksy's latest creation depicts a kid licking ash out of the air, and it calls attention to a global health crisis

Celebrated street artist Banksy is out with a new work, called "Season's Greetings," which is located in Port Talbot, Wales. From one side of the building, the image appears to show a child licking snowflakes out of the air. But turn the corner and you realize that the kid is really ingesting ash from a dumpster fire. The image draws attention to a painful truth: more than 90% of the world's people are breathing polluted air, which can be deadly. The citizens of Port Talbot inhale some of the ...
Tags: UK, Wales, US, Trends, Bbc, Who, Epa, Banksy, Port Talbot, World Health Organization WHO, Owen, Humphries, Environmental Protection Agency EPA, Gary Owen, Port Talbot Steelworks, PORT TALBOT Wales


Hints for sourdough rolls?

Hints for sourdough rolls? Submitted by Owen on December 16, 2018 - 6:20pm. I've been making some good loaves with 100% white flour, 70% hydration (no additives). I decided to experiment with using the same dough making rolls, with mixed results (see photo), baking them at 200deg C for 30 minutes. On one dimension they are fine (good crumb inside) but the crust was a bit hard, so next time I'll do it at 180deg. The other thing is that when I put it on the tray to rise, they te...
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NASA's GPM observes heavy rainfall in intensifying Tropical Cyclone Owen

As expected, tropical cyclone Owen recently intensified as it moved over the Gulf of Carpentaria and NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's GPM core satellite found very heavy rainfall occurring within the revived storm. The storm has made a U-turn in the Gulf and is now headed back to Queensland.
Tags: Science, Nasa, Gulf, Owen, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Gulf of Carpentaria


10 Great Documentaries About Strange Subjects

10 great documentaries about strange subjects Every year there are countless documentaries that make their way into theaters or on to the various streaming services.  When most people think of documentaries, they usually think of specific kinds. There are many historical, concert, and true crime documentaries that always seem to populate the awards circuit.  However, if you dig deep enough, there is a myriad of options out there for extremely unique kinds of non-fiction filmmaking. Over th...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Movies, Colorado, Stephen King, Disney, America, Tennessee, New Jersey, Wwf, Documentaries, Drew Barrymore, Stanley Kubrick, Brian, Kubrick, North America


NASA-NOAA satellite finds Owen fading in the Coral Sea

Tropical Cyclone Owen appeared disorganized on satellite imagery as it moved through the Coral Sea in the Southern Pacific Ocean. Imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite showed that Owen was being stretched out and had weakened from wind shear.
Tags: Suomi NPP, NASA NOAA, Coral Sea, Owen, Cyclone Owen, Southern Pacific Ocean Imagery


Festival of Lights: 9 Minimalist, Modern Menorahs for Hanukkah

Menorahs made of bicycle chain, cupcake-shaped menorahs, copper piping menorahs: There’s no shortage of modern options on the market, but finding the ones we’d like to live with takes some searching. In time for Hanukkah—December 12-20—here are our current favorites: Menorahs that are thoughtfully designed, often glamorous, and, in many cases, versatile enough to be put to use year-round. Above: From Ireland, Superfolk’s Meander 9+ Candle Holder has slots for at least nine candles and is made...
Tags: Accessories, Books, New York, Holidays, San Francisco, Budapest, Hanukkah, Vermont, Tabletop, Hudson New York, Cooper Hewitt, Owen, Rochester Institute of Technology, Art & Decoration, Paula Greif, Candle Holders


CenterGate buys Owen Equipment Company

CenterGate Capital has acquired Portland, Oregon-based Owen Equipment Company, a specialty equipment platform providing critical infrastructure solutions to municipal, utility and commercial customers. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE November 29, 2018 – CenterGate Capital (“CenterGate”), an Austin-based private equity investment firm, announced today that its affiliate has made an investment in Owen Equipment Company (“Owen”), a leading specialty equipment platform providing cri...
Tags: Trends, Austin, United States, Portland Oregon, Owen, Earl, PE Deals, CenterGate Capital, CenterGate Capital CenterGate, CenterGate Capital CenterGate Capital, Lewis Schoenwetter, CenterGate, Owen Equipment Company, Owen Equipment Company Owen, Portland Oregon Owen, Earl Rose


Owen to race Juncos’ new Cadillac DPi

Juncos Racing has named Will Owen as its first driver for the team’s initial foray into the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s Prototype division.
Tags: News, Owen, IMSA, Will Owen, Juncos


A former LA Daily News security guard had an ‘attititude that shined’

“I’m not sure if anyone at the paper remembers my grandfather, Alfonso Rodriguez, or knew him while he was there. He passed away last week at the age of 80.” – Chris McGuiness Oh, we remember him, Chris. You don’t forget a man like your grandfather. His job title was security guard, but he’d joke that he was really a glorified receptionist. It was just like Al to downplay how important he was to all of us here. In so many ways, he became our grandfather, too. I used to kid and call him Father Ro...
Tags: News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Lapd, Ventura County, Chris, Newsroom, Daily News, San Luis Obispo, Lynn, Owen, Linda, Al


Apple, Microsoft Holiday Ads Focus on Emotional Connections Over Products

Two tech giants have released holiday ads that focus on feel-good messages to great effect. Apple’s is about sharing and creativity, while Microsoft’s is about inclusivity. Both use emotion rather than products to envelop and deliver the brand message. Apple’s holiday ad this year, titled “Share Your Gifts,” is a charming animated story of Sofia, toiling on a secret project she is hesitant to share. Her dog opens a window and all of her pages fly away, into the hands of other people who enjo...
Tags: Apple, Nbc, Holidays, Microsoft, Advertising, Ads, Time Magazine, Rudolph, Inclusion, Sofia, Owen, DFA, TBWA, Phil Spencer, Gunnar, Kathleen Hall


Petco to stop selling pet food with artificial ingredients in $100 million wager

By Dee-Ann Durbin, The Associated Press Demand for healthy, natural food is extending from humans to their pets. Petco announced Tuesday it will stop selling dog and cat food and treats with artificial colors, flavors and preservatives, both online and at its nearly 1,500 stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. “We are making sure we are always taking the nutritional high ground,” Petco CEO Ron Coughlin told The Associated Press. Petco’s move, the first of its kind among major pet stores, comes at a...
Tags: Business, Pets, Milwaukee, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Nielsen, Mintel, Puerto Rico, Ray, Murphy, Mills, Owen, Jack Russell, Irvine, Newport Beach


Likely Mountain Lion Attack on Horse in Indiana

It appears a mountain lion killed a horse in Indiana. From RTV6 in Indiana:A local veterinarian is warning animal owners to be on alert after an Owen County family's horse was killed by what the vet believes was a large wild cat. Stephanie and Michael Murray have several horses on their property just west of Ellettsville near the Monroe-Owen County line. They say something had been spooking the horses over the past several months, but the couple never worried about the horses being in danger. ...
Tags: Pets, Indiana, Michigan, Michael, Michael Murray, Peters, Stephanie, Owen, Murrays, Owen County, Ellettsville, Sassy, PBurns, Elizabeth Peters, Dr Peters, Monroe Owen County