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Open Mike: Apex Products

["Open Mike" is the often off-topic, anything-goes Editorial page of TOP, wherein Mike scats and vamps and riffs off the top of his pointy head. When all is right with the world, it appears on Wednesdays.] - Thomas Riley Marshall, Vice President of the United States under Woodrow Wilson, was presiding over the Senate—one of the VP's duties in our country—when he was forced to listen one day to a litany of complaints from various Senators about what was wrong about America. When it came his tur...
Tags: Books, Photography, Senate, New York City, America, Los Angeles, Indiana, United States, Nicole Kidman, Brazil, Wisconsin, Canon, Reflections, Rosemary, Marshall, Kurt Vonnegut


28 Portraits of This Year’s Tony Nominees

Why they act. What they’ve learned. And what they’ll remember.
Tags: News, Pope, Theater, Bob, Driver, Sykes, Eva, Sarah, Mitchell, Gray, Rosemary, Amber, Andy, Wilson, Block, Page


Parole request for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten goes before appeals panel

LOS ANGELES — An appeals panel in downtown Los Angeles heard arguments Wednesday but made no immediate ruling on Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten’s latest attempt to be released on parole. A parole board has recommended the 69-year-old Van Houten’s release from prison three times. Former Gov. Jerry Brown twice reversed the recommendation and Gov. Gavin Newsom is now expected to take up the matter. Arguing before a three-judge panel of the 2nd District Court of Appeal, Van Houten’s attor...
Tags: Murder, News, Office, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Charles Manson, Jerry Brown, Gavin Newsom, Rosemary, Manson, Los Feliz, Sharon Tate, Pfeiffer, Newsom, Van Houten


Live Clean Earth Day Giveaway

Monday April 22nd, is officially Earth Day and to honour this special day and the choices Canadians make every day to make our world a better place with the products we purchase, Live Clean is offering Feisty Frugal & Fabulous readers a pretty great giveaway! Now readers have the chance to win Live Clean’s “Original Six”. These are the very first products created by Live Clean, and their exceptional formulas are just as effective today as when they were first introduced over a decade ago. A...
Tags: Canada, Frugality, Rosemary, Giveaways and Reviews, Real Canadian Superstore, Walmart Shoppers Drug Mart, Green Earth Shampoo, Green Earth Conditioner, Clean Air Weightless Volume Shampoo, Clean Air Shampoo


Menu Plan Monday ~ April 22/19 Weekly Dinner Inspiration

Welcome to Menu Plan Monday! Hi friends! I hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend. Holidays are hard for me because we don’t live near family which makes me sad. We also don’t normally get together with friends because they are all busy with their own extended families. So our holidays are usually pretty quiet and boring. This year though my middle son who is away at college surprised me by coming home for the weekend. I totally wasn’t expecting it and it totally cheered me up! Recipe H...
Tags: Crafts, Bob, Rosemary, Katie, Pizza Party, Menu Plan Monday, Yoyo, Katie Kimball, Red Mill Gluten Free, Cook Real Food, Herb Crusted Chicken Wings, Bunless Burgers


The Beloved Disciple

by Charles LaFond     This is the first Icon I ever had written by an Athonite friend whose icons I have always loved and of which I have requested a dozen originals over these 20 years of priestly ministry. Don’t be impressed.  The purchases represent money I should have invested for retirement.  Also they correctly indicate that my love for Jesus is only matched by my love of shopping.   In the early morning as I drink my coffee or tea and wake up into a new day, the rising sun’s early glow r...
Tags: Religion, Jerusalem, Bbc, Jesus, New Mexico, Rosemary, Elizabeth, Evelyn, Augustine, The Magazine, Charles LaFond, John Philip Newell, Evelyn Underhill, Featured Story, Rachmononov, Great Stork


REVIEW: Triscuit Woven with Seeds Crackers

Triscuit has a new line of crackers with seeds in them. Yes, IN them and not as a topping for fancy Triscuit recipes that has ingredients that aren’t readily available in most home kitchens. How are they made? Simply. That’s what the side of the box says — Made Simply. The process, which is also on the side of the box goes like this: cook the wheat, shred and weave the wheat together with seeds, and bake to golden perfection. Okay, I still don’t understand how it’s done, but it probably involve...
Tags: Reviews, Shopping, Crackers, Rosemary, Triscuit, Macaroni Grill, Poppy Seeds Garlic Onion Woven, Quinoa Seeds Basil Garlic and Woven, Chia Seeds Rosemary Jalapeño Triscuit Woven, Poppy Seeds Garlic Onion, Chia Seeds Rosemary Jalapeno If


Gene Cipriano: First Time Out

Since 1947, reed player Gene "Cip" Cipriano has recorded on thousands of albums, singles, TV shows and movies. He's one of the most recorded session musicians in the business. Cip can be heard playing the flute solo on Henry Mancini's Baby Elephant Walk in Hatari! and soloing on tenor sax for Tony Curtis in Billy Wilder's film Some Like It Hot (1959). He's on albums with Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, Rosemary Clooney and dozens of others. And that's just on the pop side. In the j...
Tags: Los Angeles, Jazz, Rosemary, Billy Wilder, Tony Curtis, Don, CIP, Buddy Collette, Henry Mancini, Artie Shaw, Jerry Williams, Ranier, Dennis McCarthy, Marc Myers, Johnny Mandel, Pete Christlieb


Waitrose Stirs Up Private Brand Mixers

Building on the growing trend of premium mixers, UK-based retailer Waitrose has introduced Sekforde a private brand range designed to fill the gap in premium mixers for specific spirits. Championing the unique flavors in spirits, these mixers aim to enhance, rather than mask, the true flavors of the liquid. The Sekforde mixers come in four different variants: Whisky & Bourbon – A sparkling blend of Sicilian Orange, Rosemary and Gentian Bitters Light & Spiced Rum – A sparkling blend of Lime, Mi...
Tags: UK, Featured, Global, Waitrose, White, Branding, Rosemary, Farringdon, Waitrose Partners, Cacao Gin Vodka, Sekforde, Talula White, Pierpaolo Petrassi


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: I may have cancer, but you’re not getting rid of me

Back when my mother was alive, she got throat cancer from smoking 18 packs of cigarettes a day for 40 years. Funny how that happens. Anyway, while she had cancer (which, greatly to her surprise, did not kill her), she turned into a totally different person. She refused to stand in line. She would just barge to the front of the line at the movie theater or anywhere else and tell the gatekeepers, “I can’t wait in this line. I have cancer.’” And, here’s the thing: They always let her through. I’m n...
Tags: Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Cuba, Rosemary, Don, Cusco Peru, Marla, Forest Lawn, Top Stories OCR, Frumpy Middle-Aged Mom, Marla Jo Fisher, Cheetah Boy, Laura Chiara


INTUIT QUICKBOOKS: Using Built-In Templates to Communicate with Your Customers, Vendors, and Employees

One of the best-kept secrets in QuickBooks is that it contains dozens of pre-made letters you can use to communicate with your customers, vendors, or employees. One of the things I cover in my Quickbooks classes is templates.   For customers, templates include everything from collection and bounced check letters to an apology or approval/denial of credit. Vendor letters include a request for credit or a charge dispute. And using these templates, you ca...
Tags: Microsoft, Seo, Css, Visio, Rosemary, Company, QuickBooks, Rosemary McCracken, James Madison University She


Spring + Summer Diffuser Blends

I just had a massive shift in my mood due to daylight saving time starting earlier this month. I already feel SO much better! I really have spring fever, so I have been making small changes like adding fresh flowers, opening ALL the blinds every morning and trying some new diffuser blends to spread springtime cheer! Here are my two current favorites … Spearmint, Rosemary and Lavender. Use equal parts (4 drops each) Rosemary and Lavender with just one drop of Spearmint for the perfect herbal blen...
Tags: Spa, Rosemary, Elsie Larson, Clean Living


Deutsche Bank and Trump: $2 Billion in Loans and a Wary Board

New details are emerging about the long, symbiotic and at times troubled relationship between the president and his loyal German bank.
Tags: News, Deutsche Bank, Jared, Rosemary, Trump, Deutsche Bank AG, Kushner, Banking and Financial Institutions, Credit and Debt, Presidential Election of 2016, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Manhattan (NYC, Vrablich, Wary Board


Trump and Deutsche Bank: $2 Billion in Loans, a Wary Board and Colorful Bankers

New details are emerging about the long, symbiotic and at times troubled relationship between the president and his loyal German bank.
Tags: News, Deutsche Bank, Jared, Rosemary, Trump, Deutsche Bank AG, Kushner, Banking and Financial Institutions, Credit and Debt, Presidential Election of 2016, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Manhattan (NYC, Vrablich, Wary Board


A Mar-a-Lago Weekend and an Act of God: Trump’s History With Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank’s hunger for profits and risk led it to lend Donald Trump more than $2 billion. Once he was elected president, employees were told not to utter his name.
Tags: News, Deutsche Bank, Donald Trump, Jared, Jain, Rosemary, Trump, Deutsche Bank AG, Trump Organization, Kushner, Anshu, Banking and Financial Institutions, Credit and Debt, Presidential Election of 2016, United States Politics and Government, Donald J


‘Come Closer’ Movie Adaptation Coming From ‘Black Mirror’ and ‘Hannibal’ Director David Slade

Sara Gran‘s delectably creepy novel Come Closer is getting the big screen treatment, thanks to filmmaker David Slade. Slade has a long history with the horror genre, having helmed 30 Days of Night, Hard Candy, and episodes of Hannibal and Black Mirror (and also, uh, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), so tasking him with adapting this truly scary book is a nice choice.  The novel concerns a young, successful woman who slowly starts to become unhinged, and begins to suspect she’s possessed by a demon. ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Adaptation, Black Mirror, Hannibal, Rosemary, Amanda, Adam, Slade, Gran, Kabbalah, David-Slade, Sara Gran, Come-Closer, David Slade Slade


Experts Say These Are The Best, Easiest Houseplants To Own

Whether you're a nascent collector or a Highly Advanced Plant Lady, the sheer variety of houseplants out there can be overwhelming. It's easy to fall back on tried-and-true favorites like succulents and fiddle leaf figs, and while we take comfort in the knowledge that they'll never let us down, sometimes, the plant wall is just calling out for some variety.That's why we asked two bona-fide plant experts for their recommendations on the easiest, prettiest, all-around best houseplants that you ma...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Rosemary, Mast, Terra Cotta, Letier, Bloomscape, Zenzi Plant, Red Prayer Plant, Bloomscape Dracaena LimelightIf, Bloomscape RosemaryDonna Letier, Gardenuity, Gardenuity Rosemary, Gardenuity Vriesea, Etsy Bromeliad Vriesea Christiane, Etsy Kalanchoe


Why You Should Start Following Lucy Boynton's Style

Whether or not you've seen Bohemian Rhapsody, you might have noticed a new Pinterest-worthy presence on the red carpet this year. Lucy Boynton, who stars alongside IRL boyfriend Rami Malek in the Queen biopic, has been dazzling us this awards season with her whimsical choice of dresses, statement makeup and that enviable chin-grazing bob.The 25-year-old actress, who also featured in Murder on the Orient Express and (her break-out role) Sing Street, has been working with stylist Leith Clark, who...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Milan, Santa Barbara Film Festival, Peter Pan, Chanel, Golden Globes, Gucci, Rosemary, Mia Farrow, Clark, Rami Malek, Malek, Orient Express, Boynton, Miu Miu


Comment on plush coconut cake by Rosemary

I baked this yesterday as a vegan option for a meeting. Baked in a 9 inch pan, added 1tsp of vanilla, and used reduced fat coconut milk. The texture of the cake was moist but the flavor was off. It tasted too floury and bready (?) somehow, like eating raw dough. My cake tester came out clean so I don’t think it was underdone. Just not my favorite.
Tags: Food, Rosemary


Book Review: Wise Guy, by Guy Kawasaki

If you’ve spent any time in marketing or business development, you’ve certainly heard of Guy Kawasaki. You might think of him as the ex-Apple guy, or perhaps the first person you ever knew to hold the title “Chief Evangelist” as a professional job. You might have seen him speak at an event, or heard about his famous 10-20-30 pitch rule: “no more than 10 slides, not using anything smaller than a 30-point font, and keeping presentation time to 20 minutes.” But do you know anything about his journe...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Marketing, Hawaii, Branding, Rosemary, Guy Kawasaki, Guy, Wise Guy, Rosemary O'Neill, Business Book, Brenda Ueland, Guy Kawasaki You, Penguin Group USA LLC


Elsie’s Morning and Night Routines

Over the past few months, I have been working on creating healthier routines. It’s nothing groundbreaking, but the practice of creating mini rituals that I love has helped me make a lot of really positive changes in my life. Today, I’m here to share my morning and night routines with you! (My side table is from Wayfair, similar here) Morning Routines: OK … honest mom talk—my mornings are a lot more disrupted and crazy than evenings because of Nova. This isn’t a bad thing and I’m not complaining,...
Tags: Spotify, Happiness, Tips, Starbucks, Jeremy, Nova, Rosemary, Wayfair, Elsie Larson, Elsie, Keely, Weleda Skin Food, Google Home


New Leaf Vote for for March 2019 • Murder, They Wrote: Deadly Pursuits

Let's select the book we'll read and discuss in March 2019! We love new participants. We're happy for you to vote, but we'd like to request that you not vote unless you plan to join the discussion whatever the selection, in the interest of a vibrant conversation. :) So if you haven't posted in a book club thread yet, do please say a quick hello here or in the Welcome thread. This is a poll. Vote for as many books as you'd like. Questions? FAQs |
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Books, UK, Patricia Highsmith, California, Berlin, US, Toronto, San Francisco, Syria, Fbi, Dave, Brooklyn, Middle East, Book Clubs


Before Wallis - Edward VIII's Other Women ~ Rachel Trethewey

First things first, I must now confess to a complete blank on the lineage of the House of Windsor. What a disgrace. Well, the early days of the House of Windsor that is, created in 1917 to break with any prior associations with Germany... but who exactly were the brothers and sisters, the children of King George V and Queen Mary? I've sorted it out now but I can't believe I had never really paid attention and understood the place of Dukes of Gloucester and Kent in the grand Windsor scheme o...
Tags: Books, France, Germany, David, Royals, John, Birmingham, Jeremy, Kent, Duke, Gloucester, Edward, Wallis, Rosemary, Sutherland, Dudley


Watch 66 Oscar-Nominated-and-Award-Winning Animated Shorts Online, Courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada

I recently heard someone quip that proposals to cut the Academy Awards are tantamount to suggesting that the NFL trim down the Super Bowl. Certainly for many who would rather watch the former any day of the week, even the play-by-play of technical categories repay attention. Yet people who think of the Oscars like a major sporting event, with big stars and blockbusters going head-to-head, can still value the show as more than pure spectacle. How else, for example, would most of us learn abo...
Tags: Google, Film, Snowden, College, John Lennon, NFL, Animation, Bob, Victor, Rosemary, Cheryl, George, Facebook Twitter, Ryan, Lorraine, Josh Jones


U.S. Navy Performs Its First All-Female Flyover to Honor Rosemary Mariner

Captain Mariner broke down barriers for female pilots, including the nine who participated in a Missing Man Flyover after her funeral on Saturday.
Tags: News, Navy, Pilots, Rosemary, United States Navy, Mariner, Women and Girls, United States Defense and Military Forces, Rosemary Mariner


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


Rosemary Mariner, Pathbreaking Navy Pilot and Commander, Is Dead at 65

The first woman to lead a naval aviation squadron, she later successfully fought for a congressional measure that lifted a ban on women serving in combat.
Tags: News, Pilots, Rosemary, United States Navy, Mariner, Women and Girls, Deaths (Obituaries, United States Defense and Military Forces, Rosemary Mariner Pathbreaking Navy


Parole Recommended for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten

Van Houten was among the followers in Charles Manson's murderous cult who stabbed to death wealthy grocer Leno LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary, in 1969.
Tags: News, Charles Manson, Rosemary, Van Houten, Leslie Van Houten, Leno LaBianca, Parole Recommended for Manson


Critic’s Pick: Review: ‘My Fair Lady,’ Illuminated With New Stars

Laura Benanti and three other recently arrived lead actors are adjusting the focus of the hit revival from the political to the personal.
Tags: News, Harry, Theater, Rosemary, HARRIS, Laura, Lincoln Center Theater, Laura Benanti, Frederick, Loewe, Bartlett, Lerner, Sher, Benanti, My Fair Lady (Play, New Stars


Spirit Lifters.

A Big Moon coming. I put a a few sprigs of rosemary in an old sake bottle. I saved the blue bottle from nice sushi dinner a few months back. I saved the rosemary before the freeze moved in, around and about the same time. I used the rosemary for cooking, over time, and noticed that the one that was left was amazingly still green. Not wilting. This morning, Roots! What a gift in winter. I'll plant it. Maybe? Never rooted Rosemary before. I glanced over and caught a glimpse of the Great Ho...
Tags: Crafts, Transformation, Rosemary, Binder, Patchwork, continuing aka Just Going, The Beast-spirit, Lion Quilt