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GM’s Side Airbags Are Still Crashing the Party

In a perfect world, a vehicle’s airbags would only deploy in circumstances where the driver, in hindsight, applauds the life-saving buffer’s invention. Not included in that list of circumstances is a spinout, far removed from hard obstacles or other vehicles. One Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 driver isn’t applauding General Motors after his car’s side curtain airbags […] The post GM’s Side Airbags Are Still Crashing the Party appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Safety, General Motors, Quality, Airbags, Gm, Autos, Party, Chevrolet, News Blog, Airbag Deployment


Splitting the Party

John and Craig talk about the trope of “Never split the party,” and why, as a writer, you often want and need to divide up your characters to better explore relationships, propel the story forward, give actors something to do, and simply fit everyone in the frame. We also follow up on screenwriting scams, sequences, websites, and liking things that others don’t. Links: Join us for the WGA’s Princess Bride screening on January 27th. You can catch John on Studio 360. “Let’s Split Up the Gang”...
Tags: Travel, News, Film Industry, Adaptation, John, Party, Patton Oswalt, Craig, Genres, Producers, Alan Menken, WGA, Craig Mazin, Big Fish, Treatments, Screenwriting


China has a very Orwellian reason for banning typing "1984" on social media, while allowing people to read Nineteen Eighty-Four

Chinese internet users can't type the numbers "1984" into social media, but Chinese bookstores freely sell copies of Orwell's novels, including Nineteen Eighty-Four, as well as other books whose titles are banned on social media. In Nineteen Eighty-Four, the inner Party members are allowed to read the literature that is banned for consumption by proles and outer Party members, and the same is true in China: the Politburo treats books as the purview of intellectual elites, who are on the on...
Tags: Post, Books, News, China, Censorship, Atlantic, The New York Times, Party, Orwell, 1984, Politburo, Tiananmen, Deng Xiaoping, New York Review of Books, Jiang Yefei, Jeffrey Wasserstrom


Diane Keaton Movie Poms to Open Mother’s Day Weekend

Diane Keaton movie Poms to open Mother’s Day weekend STXfilms is keeping up the long-standing studio tradition of opening mother/daughter comedies on Mother’s Day weekend. In 2017, the Amy Schumer/Goldie Hawn vehicle Snatched opened, then last year it was Melissa McCarthy’s Life of the Party. Now, Diane Keaton’s cheerleader comedy Poms, is getting a similar release date. Poms will open on May 10, the Friday before Mother’s Day. In the film, Keaton plays a woman who, after moving into a retir...
Tags: Movies, Party, Melissa Mccarthy, Diane Keaton, Keaton, Hayes, Movie News, Sierra Affinity, Rhea Perlman, Nick Meyer, Poms, Marc Schaberg, Sean Marley, Zara Hayes, Pam Grier Jackie Brown, Jacki Weaver Bird Box Silver Linings Playbook


This Photographer Captures Berlin’s Club Crowd

This Instagram account has only been around for two months and already managed to become an insider amongst the techno crowd in Berlin – meet @nachtclubsberlin! This account is dedicated to showcasing spontaneous pictures of all kinds of party people before and after clubbing in the biggest techno clubs of Berlin. Behind the camera, we met photographer Sabrina Jeblaoui. The former Parisian fell in love with Berlin upon visiting the city several times in the past until she decided to move here on...
Tags: Photography, Fashion, Berlin, People, Paris, Party, Portraits, Techno, Berghain, Sabrina, Sabrina Jeblaoui


Action Movie Gunpowder Milkshake Lands Karen Gillan to Star

Action movie Gunpowder Milkshake lands Karen Gillan to star Karen Gillan has landed the starring role in the upcoming assassin-centric action movie Gunpowder Milkshake. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film will span multiple generations, and sport a half-female cast, of which Gillan is the cornerstone. The film will be directed by Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, who also helmed the 2014 Israeli hit film Big Bad Wolves. The two also wrote the screenplay along with Ehud Lavski. A...
Tags: Movies, Berlin, Party, Bill, Quentin Tarantino, Edgar Wright, Jack London, Karen Gillan, Gillan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Aharon Keshales, Navot Papushado, Alex Heineman, Picture Company, Gunpowder Milkshake


6 top tax issues of 2018 and what to expect in 2019

Whew! We made it through 2018, the first full year that the latest major tax law changes were in effect. Now we're about to see, depending on when Congress and the White House can agree to get the government (including the Internal Revenue Service) fully operational, if we can deal with the first tax filing season under those laws. But before we get lost in the intricacies of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), I'm taking this one early day in 2019 to look at the six tax stories that turned out t...
Tags: Taxes, Supreme Court, Congress, California, Senate, White House, Virginia, Democrats, Gop, South Dakota, House, New Jersey, Treasury, Capitol Hill, Las Vegas, Party


Trump's tax returns, plus future candidates' filings, are first target of House Democrats

Screenshot from C-SPAN broadcast of the convening of the 116th Congress. Click image for full video. It's official. The 116th Congress is in session, with the Democrats retaking control of the House. As expected, longtime California legislator Rep. Nancy Pelosi is now Speaker of the House. Also as expected, presidential tax returns are atop the House Democrats agenda. Yes, I'm talking about the still unseen 1040s of Donald J. Trump, both those he filed while a candidate (and before), as w...
Tags: Taxes, Maryland, Congress, California, Washington Post, Senate, White House, Gop, House, Treasury, Nancy Pelosi, Party, Irs, Trump, U S Supreme Court, Congressional


Happy New Year from RouteNote!

2019 is here and we’re so excited for another amazing year of working with artists and creators to get their music and content seen and heard around the world on all of the biggest services and sites. Thank you all for being a part of the RouteNote family, we appreciate each and every one of you. Here’s to a new year of music, connections and amazing opportunities – working together so that everyone has a chance to make it doing what they love. The post Happy New Year from RouteNote! app...
Tags: Music, Featured, Happy Holidays, Celebrate, Party, New Year, Independent, Distribution, Happy New Year, Routenote, Music Distribution, 2019, Distro


Protests after violent seizure of Peking University's Marxist Society

The Marxist Society of Peking University were getting ready to celebrate Mao's 125th birthday when the university administration abruptly deposed its leader, Qui Zhanxuan, and replaced the Society's leadership and upper cadres with 32 ringers largely drawn from the Communist Youth League or the Chinese Communist Party. The ensuing student protests ("Give us back our Marxist student society, resist violence on campus") were violently suppressed, with protesters beaten and dragged away, and a...
Tags: Post, News, China, Society, Beijing, Chinese communist party, Party, Mao, Ccp, Tiananmen Square, Careful What You Wish For, Peking University, Peter Symonds, Communist Youth League, Student Organizers, Marxist Society


12 Fascinating Things to Do in Mauritius

If white sand beaches, gushing waterfalls, and unique natural phenomenon are the makings of a perfect holiday destination, consider visiting Mauritius. This island getaway in Africa combines unbelievable nature and unforgettable luxury. Rachita shares the best things to do in Mauritius for the ultimate tropical holiday. Where is Mauritius? A tropical island paradise lying in the southeast coast of Africa, the Republic of Mauritius happens to be one of the world’s top luxury tourist desti...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Africa, Spain, Morocco, Party, Mauritius, Unesco World Heritage Site, Indian Ocean, Slow Travel, Cape Town South Africa, Delhi India, Europe Africa, PORT LOUIS, Republic of Mauritius, Mauritius Island


2019 World Juniors: Canada Shifts Focus to Switzerland

VANCOUVER — There were two songs stuck in the heads of Team Canada players when they woke up on Thursday morning. Their new goal song — Pitbull’s ‘Don’t Stop The Party’ — that blared no fewer than 15 times during Wednesday’s tournament-opening 14-0 demolition of Denmark. After each and every goal, then once more for good measure following the final buzzer. And their national anthem, O Canada, which played twice on Boxing Day to begin the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship. Once with lyrics prio...
Tags: Russia, Sport, Czech Republic, Canada, Switzerland, Denmark, Vancouver, Party, Hockey, NHL, Pitbull, Frost, Calgary, Los Angeles Kings, Danes, Florida Panthers


How to Throw a Fancy Dinner Party at Home

You’re long overdue for a fancy dinner party. From invitations to decorations, here’s everything you need to plan an elegant dinner for friends and family. We Americans are an entertaining bunch. Half of us host guests in our home at least once a month. That means the other half of us do not. If you happen to fall into that category and would love to host a fancy dinner party but have no idea where to start, fear not. Here are some tips on how to pull off an elegant dinner party th...
Tags: Fashion, Dining Room, Party, Entertaining, In The Kitchen, Home Entertainment, Dinner Party, Party Ideas, Home Life, Entertain, Dinner Ideas, Dinner Party Ideas, Dinner Guests


New Year’s Ball Drop

Wait, where do you think you’re going? The party isn’t over yet! Just when you thought it was safe to crawl back home in a holiday-induced stupor, ready to hibernate for the remainder of winter, New Year’s looms large on the horizon with another round of festive demands. Still recovering from Christmas, and maybe even Hanukkah at that, it can be a challenge to summon enough enthusiasm for the final day of the year. It typically ends in an anticlimactic countdown at midnight and much more booze t...
Tags: Food, Recipe, Baking, Party, Healthy, New Year, Greens, Snack, Vegan, Appetizer, Baking / Cooking, Cup Toasted Pine Nuts, Teaspoon Salt, Teaspoon Black Pepper, Tablespoon Fresh Parsley, Tablespoons Olive Oil Preheat


Now streaming: ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ ‘Hereditary,’ ‘Life of the Party’

Some titles available for home viewing and streaming this week.
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Party


Looks on Campus: Martha - St. Peter's College, University of Oxford

This dancer knows how to dress.I’ve seen Martha around in lectures usually sporting loud, unconventional colors and interesting clothing combinations. After weeks of missing opportunities to talk, I finally got to snag this interview with her at a house party of all places! Martha's personality matches her outfit (and her place): loud and colorful, with a hilarious sense of humor. Today she expresses her eclectic style with a trendy outfit that has '80s nostalgia written all over it. Martha 1...
Tags: London, College, Singapore, International, Street Style, University of Oxford, Party, Sneakers, Martha, Campus Style, Looks on Campus, Winter Trends, Track Pants, Winter 2018, St. Peter's College, Martha St Peter s College University of Oxford


New Year’s Eve: 30 ways to ring in 2019 with dinner in Southern California

New Year’s Eve will be here before you know it and for the best dinner out you’ll want to start planning now. Are you gathering friends for a big night on the town? Searching for a perfect romantic spot to splurge? Maybe this year you need something low key that won’t break the bank. We’ve got you covered with this list of ideas and events throughout Southern California to suit all tastes. Spin through and find something that’s you. Nailing down the revelry and announcing it ahead of time to you...
Tags: Hbo, Texas, Disney, Los Angeles, Georgia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Broadway, Long Beach, Manhattan, Mario, Nye, Party, Pasadena, Aloe Blacc


A 10-Day Party Marathon: Your Berlin Holiday Party Guide

Ditch your desk and roll up your sleeves, because we gotta get ready to take this holiday madness by the horns! I don’t know about you, but I’m in such a festive mood, I can’t get enough of raising my glass to a kinky new year. Right on time, Berlin quenches our party thirst with a crazy 10-day party marathon, that will satisfy all your festive needs for sure. We pre-selected some cool events for you, one for every day around Christmas and New Year’s Eve. So… ten days – are you ready for it? ...
Tags: Fashion, Berlin, Gay, Trade, Nye, Party, Kreuzberg, Ronson, Arena, Mina, Janus, Dez, Dinamarca, Neukölln, Berghain, Friedrichshain


Can the holidays give you a heart attack?

Are some days more prone to adverse events than others? Turns out, holiday heart attacks aren't a myth, shows a new study, and cold weather doesn't explain the spike in disease. Here's what you can do to keep healthy. [Author: Dr. Ayala]
Tags: Health, Wellness, Food, Christmas, Holiday, Stress, Heart Disease, Anxiety, Food And Drink, Party, Calories, Heart Attacks, New Years, Healthy Lifestyle, Ayala, Weight-loss


The 30 Best New Musical Artists of 2018

Amnesia Scanner Amnesia Scanner is the experimental electronic duo of Ville Haimala and Martti Kalliala. Created in late 2013, the group is not exactly new, but they have remained somewhat unrecognizable and wholly inaccessible until this year. As they used to refuse interviews and released several unannounced, unexplained EP's and mixtapes, Amnesia Scanner floated around as illegible codes for devoted listeners to decipher. Every track title was prefaced by "AS", and each music video reg...
Tags: Feature, Music, Japan, UK, England, New York, London, Beyonce, Virginia, Milwaukee, India, Alabama, Los Angeles, Wes, Canada, Brooklyn


18 Budget Party Dresses for Every Body

18 Budget Party Dresses for Every Body Party season is in full swing. If your favorite dresses have been worn just a few too many times and you really just want a great excuse to snag something new, the holiday season is your reason to add a fresh party dress to your closet. Whether you’re on the hunt for a sexy new LBD you can wear anytime and anywhere, want to try something different to shake things up, or just need to elevate your wardrobe because it’s been ages since your last shopping exped...
Tags: Fashion, Nordstrom Rack, Macys, Party, Dresses, Long Tall Sally, Torrid, Budget Party Dresses for Every Body, Budget Party Dresses for Every Body Party


How to Throw a Successful Holiday Office Party

‘Tis the season to show your employees how much they are appreciated and to celebrate the successes of the past year. The office holiday party can be a memorable, exciting event that can help boost morale, forge stronger relationships between employees, and help workers feel valued and appreciated. Without the proper planning beforehand, however, the event can be a big dud. Here are some helpful tips to ensure that this year’s event is more merry than scary: Pick a convenient party date early o...
Tags: Holidays, Sales, Company Culture, Party, Holiday Parties, Don, Evite, Running the Office, Successful Holiday Office Party


NSW Labor party headquarters raided by Icac investigators

Party’s Sydney headquarters in Sussex Street raided as part of ongoing investigationThe Independent Commission Against Corruption has raided the headquarters of the New South Wales Labor party.Icac investigators arrived at the party’s Sussex Street base on Tuesday morning as part of an ongoing investigation. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales politics, Labor party, Party, Independent Commission Against Corruption, NSW Labor, New South Wales Labor, ICAC, Sussex Street


Nine Songs to Get a Party Going

When organising a party, one of the biggest challenges we are faced with is choosing a playlist that everyone can get down to. With control over the tempo, vibe and mood you create for your night, it’s important that it is done right. Here are some great tunes which are essentials guaranteed to get your party going! There aren’t many who don’t know “Hey Ya” by OutKast. This fast tune is sure to build your guest’s excitement while they can’t help but dance to the undeniably catchy beat. Lead on ...
Tags: Google, Food, Beyonce, Finance, David Bowie, Sony, Party, Franz Ferdinand, Blondie, Eileen, Harvey Norman, Seven Nation Army, Party Songs


The Top 10 College Party Songs of 2018

Wondering what the name of that song from the party last night was? Got you covered! Read on for the 10 iconic party songs that rocked 2018.2018 marks a year of highs and lows for music with several artists passing away and new artists blossoming. As another year of spectacular and not-so spectacular music comes to a close, we want to reminisce about some of the most popular party songs we heard at every get-together on campus this year. 2018 was the year of pop-rap combos and some unpredictable...
Tags: Music, College, College Party, Bruno Mars, Music Video, Miami, Nice, Drake, Party, Tyga, Bronx, Pharrell Williams, Memphis, Migos, Calvin Harris, University Of Miami


IBM's $34 billion Red Hat acquisition came after deal talks with Microsoft, Google, and Amazon, sources say (IBM, MSFT, GOOGL, AMZN, RHT)

IBM faced competition before winning its $34 billion bid to acquire Red Hat. Microsoft, Google, and Amazon all took a look at Red Hat, according to sources familiar with the deal. Microsoft backed out over antitrust concerns, and Google offered Red Hat a partnership instead, according to a Red Hat company filing. When IBM announced its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat on October 28, the tech word was struck by the huge price tag, as well as its potential to revive IBM's struggling cloud bus...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Wall Street, US, Trends, Ibm, Party, Red Hat, Diane Greene, Jim Whitehurst, Microsoft Google, Google Google, HCL, Europe Microsoft, Ginni Rometty


Texas v. U.S: Off the Wall and On the Wall in the Age of Trump

Judge Reed O'Connor's opinion in Texas v. U.S. has declared all of Obamacare unconstitutional based on (in my own view) pretty dicey legal grounds. Commentators are trashing it, predicting that the 5th Circuit will reverse it, and that it has absolutely no chance before the Supreme Court.I have seen this movie before. (In fact, I had a minor supporting role.)Assume that the commentators are right and the judge's arguments are not even close to being persuasive given existing legal precedents. Do...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Obamacare, Obama, Senate, White House, Barack Obama, United States, House, Party, Department Of Justice, Republican Party, Republican, Doj, Medicaid, King


Senate Has One Week To Approve House Bill On Concealed Handgun Carry Reciprocity

Opinion Contact your Senator. The phone number to call is: (202) 225-3121. Tell your Senator you want his or her vote on national handgun carry reciprocity now Senate Has One Week To Approve House Bill On Concealed Handgun Carry Reciprocity New York – -(AmmoLand.com)- If the Bill Dies, who is to Blame?We were never so close to realizing the right of the American people to defend their lives and well-being with a firearm as we were with the passage of national concealed handgun carry reciproci...
Tags: New York, Guns, Congress, Senate, House, House Of Representatives, Arizona, Party, Bill, Republic, Trump, Democratic Party, United States Capitol, Kyrsten Sinema, Gun Rights News, Arbalest Quarrel


These are the 10 best movies of 2018, and here’s why one towered over them all

There were a lot of significant events at the movies in 2018. Perhaps the main one being that people went to the movies. Went a lot, despite dire warnings of Netflix, Amazon Prime and other such streaming services taking computerized control of all good, 21st Century citizens’ moving picture viewing habits. Instead, folks flocked to cinemas, especially for anything with Marvel superheroes in it. Disney-owned Marvel Studios registered the third and fourth highest North American grosses of all tim...
Tags: Japan, New York, Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Montana, Time, Disney, Spain, Sport, Fox, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Ifc, Mexico City


IBM's $34 billion Red Hat acquisition came after deal talks with Microsoft, Google and Amazon, sources say (IBM, MSFT, GOOGL, AMZN, RHT)

IBM faced competition before winning its $34 billion bid to acquire Red Hat. Microsoft, Google and Amazon all took at look at Red Hat, according to sources familiar with the deal. Microsoft backed out over anti-trust concerns and Google tried to offer Red Hat a partnership instead, according to a Red Hat company filing. When IBM announced its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat on October 28, the tech word was struck by the huge price tag, as well as its potential to revive IBM's struggling cl...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Wall Street, US, Trends, Ibm, Party, Red Hat, Diane Greene, Jim Whitehurst, Microsoft Google, Google Google, Ginny Rometty, HCL, Europe Microsoft