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Sacramento Homeowners Told Backyards Must Be Downsized For New Trail Installation

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Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Ray, Kathy, Pierini, South Land Park, Sacramento News, Kathy Hillier, Del Rio Trail, Virgil Pierini He, Sacramento River Parkway, Freeport Shores Bike, Jesse Gothan


12 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Your Amazon Kindle

Your Kindle e-reader isn’t the kind of gadget you upgrade all that often, and you might have one that’s been serving you well for years. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you know everything that Amazon’s e-reader can do. Here are some of the lesser-known features and settings you can play around with on your Kindle,…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Books, Publishing, Science, Kindle, E Books, Amazon Kindle, Electronic Paper, Ur, Ray, Digital Technology, E Reader, Linux Based Devices, Technology Internet, Proprietary Hardware


Man Hit And Killed By Alleged Drunk Driver Braxton Howze Just After Leaving Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting

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Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Crash, United States, Modesto Police, Drunk Driving, Modesto, Central Valley, Ray, Mark, Campbell, MADD, Galindo, Mark Ray


Man Hit And Killed By Alleged Drunk Driver Just After Leaving Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting

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Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Crash, United States, Modesto Police, Drunk Driving, Modesto, Central Valley, Ray, Mark, Campbell, MADD, Galindo, Mark Ray


Panic: Character Collages Released for Amazon’s New YA Drama Series

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Amazon Prime Video has released new character collages and descriptions for Panic, a thrilling new one-hour YA drama series premiering on May 28. The show was written and created by Lauren Oliver, based on her New York Times best-selling novel of the same name. You can check out the character descriptions below along with the collages and official poster in the gallery! RELATED: Robert Kirkman Confirms Two More Seasons of Invincible at Amazon The Amazon Original series takes...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Texas, Movies, Drama, California, Carp, New York Times, TV News, Streaming, Dodge, Bishop, Cortez, Ray, Panic, Amazon Prime Video


Surprise COVID Trend: Doomscrolling Moved To Desktop

New data from Chartbeat finds that working from home has pushed people to scroll deeper through article pages on desktop, and slightly less through articles on mobile. From a report: The change, which coincides with the start of the pandemic, could suggest that users prefer to engage more with article pages when they have the opportunity to read them on a bigger screen. Several factors could be influencing the trend, says Bonnie Ray, head of data science at Chartbeat, an analytics company. Deskt...
Tags: Tech, Ray, Chartbeat, Bonnie Ray


Ray Troll x Eva's Wild "Save What You Love"

I love Ray Troll's art.You occasionally see it on fly fishing websites and may not even realize it.  I first put two and two together when I visited Ketchikan, Alaska a few years ago as a stop on a summer vacation. There's an eclectic little street (Creek Street) with several touristy traps, one of which is an art gallery/gift shop featuring the works of Ray Troll. I spent more than my fair share of time in "Soho Coho" looking at vibrant images of salmon, bears, and other forms of life... from ...
Tags: Sport, Fishing, Bristol Bay, Eva, Ray, Ketchikan Alaska, Ray Troll, Michael Agneta, Creek Street, Soho Coho, Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust


Satyajit Ray: India Marks Centenary of Cinema Giant, but Legacy Has Multiple Interpretations

India is celebrating the birth centenary of one of her greatest sons, Satyajit Ray, in a variety of ways. Sunday (May 2, 2021), marks the centenary of Ray, the Indian master who won an honorary Oscar in 1992, shortly before his death, and remains the country’s best known filmmaker internationally. Ray debuted with “Pather Panchali” […]
Tags: Asia, News, India, Global, Ray, Satyajit Ray, Pather Panchali, Soumitra Chatterjee


Al Schmitt, Grammy-winning music producer, dies at 91

By Hillel Italie | Associated Press NEW YORK — Twenty-time Grammy winner Al Schmitt, whose extraordinary career as a recording engineer and producer included albums by Bob Dylan, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra and many other of the top performers of the past 60 years, has died at age 91. Schmitt’s family announced on Facebook that he died Monday, without identifying a specific cause. Schmitt lived in the Los Angeles area. A relative, who did not want to be identified, confirmed Schmitt’s death to Th...
Tags: Facebook, New York, News, Navy, Los Angeles, Sport, Neil Young, Soccer, Brooklyn, Obituaries, Paul Mccartney, Brian Wilson, Manhattan, Madonna, Obituary, Associated Press


The Criterion Channel May 2021 Lineup Revealed

The Criterion Channel is spending the month of May celebrating the independent spirit in filmmaking. From indie-film legend Gena Rowlands to blacklisted writer Dalton Trumbo, there should be something for everyone in this month’s new additions for film historians. Check out The Criterion Channel May 2021 new additions: The Criterion Channel May 2021 Featured Series Satyajit Ray at 100 Pather Panchali (1955), Aparajito (1956), The Music Room (1958), Apur Sansar (1959), Devi (1960), Rabindranat...
Tags: Movies, Rebecca, House, Tokyo, Criterion, Oliver, Ray, Shirley Temple, Minnie, Dalton Trumbo, Arthur Russell, Rabindranath Tagore, Gena Rowlands, Moskowitz, ComingSoon, Movie News


The 7 best places to buy women's sunglasses, and the 28 best shades to shop

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Ray-Ban Sunglasses double as a fun fashion statement and protective eyewear.Investing in a quality pair will be long-lasting and less prone to break, like cheaper options may.Below, see advice from the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) on selecting effective, protective frames.Whether you're someone who believes in a wardrobe of shades, or you're a loyalist who wears the same pair every day...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Style, Women, Trends, Features, Sunglasses, Eyewear, Buying Guide, Tom Ford, Warby Parker, Ray, Shopbop, Delaney, Armour, Ray Ban


Answers to cowboy Ray Green's death lay inside toolbox found on ex-wife Danielle's property

Dani Green, a competitive sharpshooter, offered several stories about the death of her ex-husband Ray – who was shot 10 times.
Tags: Ray, Danielle, Ray Green, Dani Green


What's New on HBO Max in May 2021

Last summer, director Christopher Nolan had the hubris to think that Tenet was a movie people would risk their lives to see. The first major blockbuster to open in theaters following the start of the pandemic, it was also... the last major blockbuster to open in theaters, after it kinda bombed. But this month it is…Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Television, Robert Pattinson, Justice League, Sherlock Holmes, Warner Bros, Lifehacks, Rudy, Lisa Ling, Harley Davidson, The Avengers, A Room With A View, Ray, Jackie Brown, Tyler Perry


Lars Kroijer on…dividend stocks, emerging and small cap trackers, and cash

I am super happy to welcome back Lars Kroijer for another investing Q&A. This is a collaboration between Monevator and Lars’ own YouTube channel. All the questions below come from Monevator readers. As before, Lars’ answers in both video and edited transcripts. Note: embedded videos are not always displayed by email browsers. If you’re a Monevator email subscriber and you can’t see three videos below, please head to our website to view this Q&A with Lars Kroijer. What’s the case against divid...
Tags: Video, Marketing, US, Investing, Venezuela, Ray, Lars, Other sites, Monevator, Lars Kroijer, Kroijer, Video-answers, US Think Google Facebook Apple


The Air Force is getting rid of B-1B bombers, but it's keeping one around for a different kind of mission

An airman salutes a B-1B Lancer that is being divested at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota, February 17, 2021. US Air Force/Airman Jonah Fronk The Air Force is divesting B-1B bombers, aiming to retire the fleet by the end of the 2030s. At least one of the outgoing bombers will find new life as a lab to help keep other B-1s flying. See more stories on Insider's business page. In February, the Air Force announced that it will begin retiring the B-1B Lancer from service by divesti...
Tags: Isis, Texas, California, US, Trends, Syria, Afghanistan, South Dakota, Middle East, Kobani, Poland, Norway, Iceland, Air Force, Pacific Ocean, Arctic Circle


How the Army uses the West Virginia wilderness to find out who has what it takes to join Delta Force

Graduates of one of Delta Force's Operator Training Courses in 1978. US Army The Army's Delta Force is among the US's most skilled and secretive special-operations units. That status is due in large part to Delta's arduous, and at times brutal, selection process. See more stories on Insider's business page. Delta Force is the Army's special-mission unit for counterterrorism and hostage rescues.Created in the late 1970s in the image of the British Special Air Service...
Tags: Navy, Iraq, US, West Virginia, Trends, Syria, Delta, Army, Rangers, Hand, Air Force, US Army, Sas, Balkans, Ray, Mogadishu


Music Minute: Carl Ray - I Can See Clearly Now

Country music singer/songwriter Carl Ray’s latest single, “I Can See Clearly Now” serves as a breath of fresh air and hope while remaining true to the classic masterpiece originally sung by his mentor, Johnny Nash. During their friendship, Nash and Ray agreed that they would one day record a record together.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Frugality, Ray, Nash, Johnny Nash, Carl Ray


The B-52 is getting new wheels and brakes as part of Air Force's effort to keep it flying for decades

A pair of US Air Force B-52 bombers taxi after landing at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar, April 9, 2016. Reuters The Air Force's plan to keep the B-52 flying into the 2050s includes numerous upgrades to the bomber. As part of that effort, the service has awarded a contract for the design and development of a new wheel and brake for the aircraft. See more stories on Insider's business page. With the US Air Force's plan to keep the long-range B-52 Stratofortress flying into the 2050s...
Tags: Islamic State, Iraq, Trends, Qatar, Syria, Afghanistan, North Dakota, Pentagon, RFP, Vietnam, Air Force, General Electric, Collins, US Air Force, Ray, Reuters


In the News: In-Store Shopping is Up Since the Beginning of the Year

The one thing the pandemic has done is decimate in-store shopping. This, in turn, was responsible for a huge uptick in online shopping and delivery. But starting in 2021 that trend was changing as more people ventured out and started shopping in stores. This according to an article titled, In-store Shopping Up 28.5% Since Start of 2021, in this week’s roundup. According to the report by Zenreach, in-store shopping has been increasing by as much as 28.5% since the beginning of the year. And the ...
Tags: Sales, Ray, SBA, Zoho, Small Business News, Ramon Ray, Zenreach, Oracle NetSuite, Skynova, SmartHustle Media


Official US Trailer for Korean Action Thriller Film 'Deliver Us From Evil'

"I will kill everyone linked to you." Well Go USA has released an official US trailer for a crazy fun Korean action thriller movie called Deliver Us From Evil, from filmmaker Won-Chon Hong, best known as the screenwriter of The Chaser, The Scam, The Yellow Sea, and Confession of Murder. This is actually more of a half Korea, half Thailand production, as most of the film is spent in Thailand. The film follows In-nam, a hitman who plans to retire after completing one final hit, but finds himse...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Trailer, US, Thailand, Korea, Ray, Yellow Sea, To Watch, Foreign Film, Hwang Jung, Lee Jung jae Park Jung, Won Chon Hong


Oracle NetSuite Names Ramon Ray as its First Entrepreneur in Residence

Ramon Ray, founder of SmartHustle Media, has joined Oracle NetSuite as its first Entrepreneur in Residence. Throughout history, an Artist in Residence enjoyed the hospitality of a host, while sharing knowledge and experience. Ray said that his background makes him a great fit for Entrepreneur in Residence. “Over the past 20 plus years I’ve spoken to and learned from thousands of business owners,” Ray said. “In addition, the energy, engagement and excitement that I help deliver to big brands is ...
Tags: Facebook, Sales, Oracle, Ray, Netsuite, Ramon, Small Business News, Ramon Ray, Oracle NetSuite, Raymond Ray, SmartHustle Media


Oracle NetSuite Names Raymond Ray as its First Entrepreneur in Residence

Ramon Ray, founder of SmartHustle Media, has joined Oracle NetSuite as its first Entrepreneur in Residence. Throughout history, an Artist in Residence enjoyed the hospitality of a host, while sharing knowledge and experience. Ray said that his background makes him a great fit for Entrepreneur in Residence. “Over the past 20 plus years I’ve spoken to and learned from thousands of business owners,” Ray said. “In addition, the energy, engagement and excitement that I help deliver to big brands is ...
Tags: Facebook, Sales, Oracle, Ray, Netsuite, Ramon, Small Business News, Ramon Ray, Oracle NetSuite, Raymond Ray, SmartHustle Media


How the Hilarious, Chilling World of ‘Made For Love’ Came to Life [Interview]

Made for Love is a television show set in the near-future, but it’s about the here and now. A woman escaping from an abusive relationship. A tech mogul with too much power and not enough humanity. A general sense of chaos and an awareness that the world is always on the verge of a total meltdown. Sometimes, all we can do is laugh through the pain and the series does just that – the tinges of horror and the big science fiction ideas are always balanced by surreal, riotous comedy and a stunning l...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Interviews, Sci-fi, Features, Fargo, Palm Springs, Byron, Sxsw, Billy, Ray, Lee, Christina, Hazel


Raymon Anning obituary

My father, Raymon Anning, who has died aged 90 from pneumonia aged 90, was a police officer who rose through the ranks to become the last British commissioner of the Hong Kong police force, commanding more than 30,000 police officers.He was not particularly well educated, having left school at the age of 15, but Ray was always extremely ambitious. This was partly due to his desire to do better than his father, Frederick, who was also a police officer and had left his wife, Doris, for a younger w...
Tags: Hong Kong, London, Police, Metropolitan Police, Ray, Doris, Frederick, Raymon Anning


Here's Car Talk's 100 Percent Effective Way To Teach Someone To Drive A Stick

Turns out, there’s a 100 percent effective way to teach people to drive a stick shift. I first heard it several years ago from the sainted Tappet Brothers, and I’ve taught maybe 25 or 30 people to drive a manual with it since — with a zero percent failure rate. Read more...
Tags: Car, Transmission, Lifehacks, Clutch, Ray, Tom, Joanne, Tappet Brothers, Mechanical Engineering, Manual Transmission, Mechanics, Manufactured Goods, Semi Automatic Transmission, Clutch Control


Months After LAPD Officers Attacked A Journalist, Prosecutors Are Trying To Charge The Journalist For Failing To Disperse (techdirt)

Cops have been using protests against police violence to engage in police violence against journalists. The addition of federal cops to the heated mix in Portland, Oregon made this worse. The new cops amped it up so much journalists had to seek a protective order telling cops to stop doing things they knew they shouldn't be doing, like targeting journalists with things like pepper spray and rubber bullets. But they're going further. Wading into the policing of protests -- something already fra...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Iowa, Portland Oregon, Lapd, Ray, Dodgers, LA Times, Tim Cushing, Dominic Choi, Lexis Olivier Ray


Listen to the sound of a nebula with the space data sonification project

The data sonification project takes signals picked up by an X-Ray observatory and translates them into sound for an auditory experience of astronomical data.
Tags: Space, News, Trends, Nasa, Ray, Sonification, Chandra X-ray Observatory


Gillmor Gang: Grifters Paradise

The other day, I attended a celebration of one of the pioneers of collaboration technology, Ray Ozzie. The father of Lotus Notes, Ozzie left Lotus and his startup firm Iris after a hostile takeover by IBM, and eventually joined Microsoft when that company acquired his next startup, Groove. By “attended” I mean a virtual event put on by the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley. Ray’s peers and partners gathered in a Zoom chat, with a tour of Ray’s early days including amazing hardware lik...
Tags: Apple, TC, Facebook, Spotify, Video, London, Microsoft, Tech, Dave, Bill Gates, Ibm, Evans, Gillmor Gang, Andreessen Horowitz, Bill, Lotus


With 'historic' bomber flights on opposite sides of the planet, the US Air Force is sending a message to friends and foes

A B-1B bomber at Ørland airport to train with Norwegian forces, March 13, 2021. Andrea Bekk Johansen/Norwegian Armed Forces US Air Force bombers landed in Norway and India in February for history-making deployments. Those operations reflect the increasing frequency and reach of the Air Force's bomber operations. Some observers are skeptical that the message the Air Force is trying to send is being received. See more stories on Insider's business page. February was a historic month ...
Tags: Asia, Europe, China, Russia, India, Africa, US, International, Trends, United States, Nato, Middle East, Arctic, New Zealand, Poland, Moscow


Limited Series About U.S. Capitol Insurrection in the Works at Showtime

Limited series about U.S. Capitol insurrection in the works at Showtime According to Deadline, Showtime is currently in the process of developing a brand new limited series that will center around the unbelievably horrible events that transpired during January 6, 2021, when the U.S. Capitol was attacked by a mob of insurrectionists. Showtime has already ordered three scripts for the untitled series which hails from Billy Ray and Shane Salerno This marks the duo’s latest collaboration with the...
Tags: TV, Movies, Joe Biden, Fbi, House, Showtime, TV News, Nancy Pelosi, Donald Trump, Ray, Trump, Capitol, Congressional, U S Capitol, Demián Bichir, ComingSoon