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Twins players have picked their entrance music. Let's do some rankings!

Finding traces of normalcy in the midst of a baseball season being played during a health pandemic has to be challenging. Almost every habit has been disrupted — sound familiar? — and even things like home run celebrations require conscious thought instead of just instincts. But entrance music — whether during an at bat for a hitter or just before taking the mound for a pitcher — is one of those small slices of routine that can be salvaged. And Twins players have done so, with the full list of k...
Tags: Twins, Rogers, Pearl Jam, Hill, Byron Buxton, Buxton, John Denver, Romo, Joe Mauer, Garver, Clippard, Banda Sinaloense, Dustin Morse, Mark Morrison, Taylor Rogers, Randy Dobnak


TRANSCRIPT Ep. 36 | A Mini-Class for the Dog Days: Elements & Modalities

Transcript: 036 | A Mini-Class for the Dog Days: Elements & Modalities July 27, 2020 Read the full show notes & listen to episode here Jen: Welcome to the Big Sky Astrology podcast, with April Elliott Kent and me, producer and cohost Jen Braun. Hey friends, Jen here! Today is July 27th, 2020. And, here with me of course, is someone who’s simply paw-some. My friend, astrologer April Elliott Kent. Hi, April. April: Hi Jen, I love that so much. It is the dog days of summer as we were saying. And ...
Tags: Leo, Libra, Gemini, Virgo, Scorpio, Aquarius, Capricorn, Aries, Sagittarius, Astrology, Pisces, Rogers, Transcripts, Jen, Facebook Instagram, Leo Leo


Empirical SCOTUS: Justices’ separate opinions suggest high polarization outside the regular merits docket

Over the past five Supreme Court terms, the justices have issued 157 separate “opinions relating to orders.” These orders, which are issued without oral arguments and without full merits consideration, typically fall into three categories: denials of cert petitions, rulings on emergency requests for relief in pending cases, and summary reversals of lower court decisions. We do not necessarily know all of the justices’ votes on these orders – only the ones the justices choose to make public throu...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, United States, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Chevron, Rogers, Stuart, Thomas, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, Murphy, Roberts, Arthur, Dunn, Alito, COLLIER


Eclipse the Magazine #2 - 1st Coyote (key) + Marshall Rogers art

Eclipse the Magazine #2 Eclipse the Magazine v1 #2, 1981 - Two men dig up a package in the Nevada desert, only to be attacked by a ferocious half-man, half-animal. Created by writer Steve Englehart and Marshall Rogers, the Coyote makes his key first appearance. Within the first few pages, an explosive two-page spread sets the frenetic pace of the rest of the tale. As the setting moves from [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Magazines, Nevada, Superhero, Rogers, Eclipse, 1980s, Ted Ignacio, Marshall Rogers, Steve Englehart, 1st Coyote key Marshall Rogers


Browns hire Kevin Rogers as senior offensive assistant

The Browns added another coach to Kevin Stefanski's staff ahead of training camp. The team announced that Kevin Rogers has been hired as a senior offensive assistant. Rogers was hired as the quarterbacks coach for the Vikings from 2006 and Stefanski joined the organization the same year as an assistant to then-head coach Brad Childress. [more]
Tags: News, Sports, Vikings, Rogers, Browns, Brad Childress, Stefanski, Kevin Rogers, Kevin Stefanski


Paper Girls: Amazon Orders Graphic Novel Adaptation to Series

Paper Girls: Amazon Orders Graphic Novel Adaptation to Series Amazon has ordered a Paper Girls series adaptation based on Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang’s graphic novel, according to Deadline. The project comes from Legendary Television in association with Plan B. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googlet...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, TV News, Brian, Rogers, Amazon Prime Video, Vaughn, Chiang, Brian K. Vaughan, Cliff Chiang, Legendary Television, Christopher C Rogers, Christopher Cantwell, Paper Girls, Series Amazon


United States: BLM Rescission Of The Methane Waste Prevention Rule Has Been Vacated; Two Thoughts About The Implications - Foley Hoag LLP

Last week, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers vacated BLM's rescission of the 2016 methane "Waste Prevention Rule." Although Judge Rogers found many flaws in the rescission rule, I think that two are key.
Tags: News, United States, BLM, Rogers, Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, Implications Foley Hoag LLP


Marshall Rogers original art - Detective Comics #468 page

Marshall Rogers Note the circular nature of Rogers' cover art for Detective Comics #468. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Original art / Rogers original art ebay  >Rogers original art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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‘Feels Good Man’ Trailer: Pepe the Frog Creator Tries to Wrestle His Creation Back from White Supremacists

Pepe the Frog wasn’t always a symbol of white supremacy. It started out as an innocent cartoon character created by artist Matt Furie for an underground comic called Boy’s Club, but he improbably became a meme and was eventually co-opted by the alt-right into a symbol of hatred that was wielded like a weapon in various online forums. Feels Good Man is a documentary about the creation of Pepe, the character’s unlikely journey into a dark corner of the internet, and Furie’s attempt to reclaim and...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, San Francisco, Movie Trailers, True Story, Rogers, Pepe, White Supremacists, Vod, Arthur Jones, Feels Good Man, Furie, Matt Furie, Club Matt


GOPers Are Trying to Recruit QAnon Voters And Using This YouTube Show to Do It

As she gathered support for what was then thought to be a long-shot primary bid against Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), congressional hopeful Lauren Boebert made an appearance on “Patriots’ Soapbox,” a YouTube channel with a devoted following that claims to broadcast “real news the MSM does not cover.”In her appearance, Boebert ran down her usual talking points: how she confronted former presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke over gun control, how the restaurant she owns stands out because of its open-c...
Tags: News, White House, Georgia, View, Fbi, Gop, Reddit, Fox News, Republican Party, Rogers, Trump, Recruit, Democratic Party, House Gop, MSM, Concordia University


It’s All About the Franklins … the Aretha Franklins

What if the people who appeared on our $5, $10 and $100 bills weren’t just (mostly) dead former presidents?
Tags: News, United States, Jackson, Johnson, Rogers, Harriet, Andrew, Fred, Franklin, Aretha, Wilma, Tubman, US Dollar (Currency, Hirose, Marsha P (1945-92, Mankiller


W. Kamau Bell’s ‘United Shades of America’ returns — when we need it most

Oakland-based socio-political comedian W. Kamau Bell says his cable TV series, “The United Shades of America,” is a place for “difficult conversations.” So it’s no wonder he believes the program is more vital than ever. As the Emmy-winning series prepares to launch a fifth season on CNN July 19, protests and debates over racial injustices and defects in American democracy are happening all over a polarized nation. In his role as “United Shades” host, Bell’s mission is to explore communities acro...
Tags: Facebook, TV, US, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Cnn, Things To Do, Soccer, Naya Rivera, Kenya, Oakland, Bruce Lee, Martin Luther King, Donald Trump, Bell


Placerville Debates Removing Noose From City Logo

PLACERVILLE (CBS13) – The city of Placerville is deciding if they should change their logo to remove the image of a noose hanging from a tree after concerns over the symbolism and the area’s “Hangtown” nickname. The image symbolizes hate for some and years of history in the city for others. “They took law into their own hands at that time and there were people that were hanged for their crimes,” said city manager, Cleve Morris. Morris said the proposal was brought up out from concerned citizens...
Tags: News, Local, Rogers, Morris, Placerville, Hangtown, Kelley Rogers, Placerville News, Roman Lopez, George Floyd, City Logo, Cleve Morris Morris, Kathy Garel, Michael Valdez Valdez


Placerville Debates Whether To Remove Noose From City Logo

PLACERVILLE (CBS13) – The city of Placerville is deciding if they should change their logo to remove the image of a noose hanging from a tree after concerns over the symbolism and the area’s “Hangtown” nickname. The image symbolizes hate for some and years of history in the city for others. “They took law into their own hands at that time and there were people that were hanged for their crimes,” said city manager, Cleve Morris. Morris said the proposal was brought up out from concerned citizens...
Tags: News, Local, Rogers, Morris, Placerville, Hangtown, Kelley Rogers, Placerville News, Featured Reports, Roman Lopez, George Floyd, City Logo, Cleve Morris Morris, Kathy Garel, Michael Valdez Valdez, Old Hangtown


Read Blue Collar Cash if You Want to Secure Your Future, Find Happiness

When did we decide that the only way to be successful was to get a college degree, get into debt and then spend twenty years of your life on the hamster wheel paying it off? When did we decide that white collar work was somehow “better than” blue collar work? I don’t know the answer to these questions, but I do know that when my dishwasher stopped draining, and Bob showed up and fixed it, I would have happily added a zero to his bill based on the value I received. Blue Collar Cash Book Review ...
Tags: Minnesota, Sales, Business Books, Bob, Rogers, Ken, Rusk, Hour Work Week, Motivational Books, Blue Collar Cash Book Review Blue, Ken Rusk, Rusk Industries, Blue Collar Cash


TV Bits: ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Adaptation, ‘Gangs of London’, ‘Hotel Paranormal’, ‘The Gambler’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: A Phantom of the Opera TV adaptation is in the works The Kenny Rogers western series The Gambler might get a reboot Director Jay Roach has secured a killer cast for his new series Coastal Elites HBO Max will soon stream a new series from the Oscar-winning writer of Moonlight Ghostbusters star Dan Aykroyd will narrate a new show called Hotel Paranormal And more! Travel Channel has greenlit a new series called Hotel Paranormal, which “follows the terrifying true ...
Tags: Amazon, Florida, New York, London, Television, Movies, White House, Amc, Los Angeles, David, Netflix, United States, Ronald Reagan, Sony, Starz, Andrew Lloyd Webber


The Clarys Review the Compact CRKT CEO Folding Knife

The Clarys enjoyed the CRKT CEO so much they bought a second one. IMG CRKT U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- To state that the CEO folder is near and dear to us is somewhat of an understatement. That is because the designer, Richard Rogers is a fellow New Mexican. In fact, Richard lives just down the road from us (well, about 50 or 60 miles), in Magdalena, New Mexico. Richard has been designing knives since 1997, when he has a few spare moments. You see, he is a rancher, and that is a full-time job in a...
Tags: Amazon, Guns, West, Gear, Richard Rogers, Richard, Rogers, Jim, IMG, LaLa, Mary Clary, Ikoma, James R. Clary Ph.D, Mary Clary About Jim, Clarys, Magdalena New Mexico Richard




How the ‘Hamilton’ Movie Gives Disney+ Viewers a “Snapshot” of the Show at Its Height

The original cast of Hamilton remembers being very tired in June of 2016. They were a month away from taking their final bow after nearly a year of performing eight shows a week, to critical acclaim and astronomical popularity. Creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda was in the middle of writing the songs for Disney’s upcoming animated film Moana. And the cast and crew had taken on the seemingly impossible task of filming their show for a feature film that had no distributor and no studio over the ...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Disney, Features, Broadway, Miranda, Hamilton, Rogers, Lin Manuel Miranda, Soo, Alexander Hamilton, Tommy, Thomas Kail, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Leslie Odom Jr, Chicago London


Spellbound v2 #5 - non-attributed Marshall Rogers cover

Marshall Rogers Spellbound v2 #5, 1988 - The Spellbinder writhes in an agonized state while visions of New York City's destruction surrounds her. This Marshall Rogers cover is different in tone than others in the series, but also the most intriguing. Whereas previously the scenes were brightly lit and optimistic, this image is more tense and fearful. The reduced color palette of reds and [Author: Unknown]
Tags: Comics, New York City, Marvel, Superhero, Rogers, Unknown, 1980s, Marshall Rogers, Non-attributed, Marshall Rogers Spellbound


Nile Rodgers Tells the Story of How He Turned David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” from Folk to New Wave Funk

When David Bowie invited Chic guitarist and all-around funk/disco guitar genius Nile Rodgers to make an album of “hits” in Switzerland, Rogers remembers thinking, “okay, ‘hits’ with David Bowie, that’s an awesome project.” The way he deadpans might make us think he wasn’t super stoked about it, but the fact is, it’s hard to impress Nile Rodgers. He has produced, written, and played guitar—the very Stratocaster he’s holding in the video above—on “hundreds, maybe thousands” of records, he ...
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Canada Finds a Way Forward Without U.S. Shows to Rely On

As Hollywood gets into gear with decreased pilots and staggered production, Canadian broadcasters that typically rely on U.S. programming acquisitions to anchor their fall schedules have also faced a shortage of new product. But a dearth of American shows is also leading to new opportunities. The three private broadcasters — Bell Media, Rogers and Corus […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Global, Canada, Rogers, Cbc, Corus, CTV, Bell Media, Coronavirus, Bell Media Rogers


Brand Moves for Thursday June 25

Seventeen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand mov...
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A behind-the-scenes look at how BI reporters Julie Bort and Taylor Nicole Rogers exposed a toxic corporate culture at Pinterest

Business Insider is taking you behind the scenes of our best stories with the series "The Inside Story."  This week, BI deputy executive editor Olivia Oran spoke to chief tech correspondent Julie Bort and reporter Taylor Nicole Rogers, who revealed in a recent story that Pinterest, which calls itself "the last positive corner on the internet," was actually a toxic and difficult place to work where Black people felt alienated.  Bort and Rogers describe working non-stop for days so they wouldn't...
Tags: Google, UK, Pinterest, Interviews, Trends, Lady Gaga, Taylor, BLM, Black, South, Rogers, Julie, Oran, Alexei, Color of Change, Alexei Oreskovic


Tomljanovic downs local favorite Rogers at Charleston tennis event

Australia's Ajla Tomljanovic handed Shelby Rogers another disappointing defeat in her hometown on Wednesday with a straight set win in the Credit One Bank Invitational in Charleston, South Carolina. Tomljanovic beat Rogers 6-1, 6-2 on the second day of the tournament, which is giving WTA players, led by Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin, a chance to compete before the women's tennis tour ends its coronavirus shutdown in August. It's not the first time Tomljanovic has tested h...
Tags: News, Australia, Sports, Rogers, Wta, Charleston, Tomljanovic, Ajla Tomljanovic, Sofia Kenin, Shelby Rogers, Credit One Bank Invitational, Charleston South Carolina Tomljanovic


GOP House Candidate Insists George Floyd Killing Was Staged

A Republican House candidate in Missouri has published her own half-baked report claiming that the video of George Floyd’s death—which has sparked nationwide protests to end the racial inequities in the criminal justice system—is, in fact, a staged “false flag.” Winnie Heartstrong, a candidate running for the St. Louis congressional seat currently held by Lacy Clay (D-MO), has pushed conspiracy theories about Floyd’s death for nearly a month on Twitter. In late May, a video featuring Heartstrong...
Tags: News, Minneapolis, Congress, Georgia, Gop, Missouri, House, Michael Brown, Ferguson Missouri, St Louis, Mike Jones, Black, Rogers, Trump, Clay, Brown


Eye Contact: New Research on How It Works

I noticed a disturbing trend this past weekend. I watched as my teenager used FaceTime, a video chat technology, with her friends. She had her phone pointing at the ceiling rather than at her face. After some questioning, I was told, “mom, this is how we do it. No one shows their face.” Later that day I watched a couple having lunch together. For the most part, they were on their cell phones the whole time. They’d talk occasionally, but rarely looked up at each other. These two observances made ...
Tags: Delivery, Facetime, Rogers, Connection, Speaking, Nonverbal Communication, Edith Cowan University, Eye Contact, Presentation Science, Audience Engagement, Gaze, Shane Rogers


SCOTUS Inaction Frustrates 2A Supporters, Emboldens Anti-gunners

U.S. Supreme Court Image NRA-ILA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Gun owners are by now used to being disappointed with the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to uphold their rights or even to defend its own Second Amendment precedents. But the court’s neglect reached a new low last Monday, with its sweeping decision to deny review of the many Second Amendment cases pending on its docket. At issue were 10 petitions that offered the court opportunities to clarify the most important and contentious issues in t...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, New Jersey, Rogers, Trump, Nra, Thomas, U S Supreme Court, McDonald, Third Circuit, Clarence Thomas, Grewal, Heller, Gun Rights News, NRA-ILA, Institute for Legislative Action ILA


Chief Justice Roberts Afraid of Restoring the Second Amendment

No Gun Cases Lawsuits Supreme Court U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- From the moment Alan Gottlieb, founder and executive vice president of the Second Amendment Foundation, said in a prepared statement following the Supreme Court’s rejection of ten pending gun rights cases, that responsibility for this high court two-step “falls squarely at the feet of Chief Justice John Roberts,” the question that must be answered is this: “Is the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court afraid of restoring the Seco...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, US, Indiana, Idaho, New Jersey, Circuit, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, SAF, Rogers, Nra, Thomas, Antonin Scalia, U S Supreme Court, John Roberts, McDonald


Shout! Studios Developing The Gambler Remake TV Series

Shout! Studios developing The Gambler remake TV series When Kenny Rogers was busy putting out Grammy-winning songs, he would try his hand at acting in a number of projects, including his hit TV film series The Gambler loosely based on the song of the same name and now Shout! Studios has begun development on a remake, according to Deadline. RELATED: Misbehaviour: Shout! Studios Acquires Drama Starring Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw PB = PB || {}; PB.gptS...
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