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THW’s Goalie News: Andersen’s Struggles, Trade Rumors & More

Tuesday night was not a great evening for National Hockey League goaltenders as there were 48 total goals scored in seven games. The struggles continue in Toronto while last year’s Stanley Cup hero does his thing. Plus, there are some trade rumors out of Chicago and today’s date is a big one for one of the all-time greats. Andersen’s Struggles Continue The last time the Toronto Maple Leafs were in Pittsburgh, they lost 6-1 to the Penguins and fired head coach Mike Babcock. They returned...
Tags: Usa, Toronto, Sport, Chicago, Atlantic, New Jersey, Blues, Roy, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, National Hockey League, Chicago Blackhawks, Pittsburgh, New Jersey Devils, Dallas Stars


Frisch getrennt? Mit diesen Büchern überstehst du den Valentinstag

Trennungen sind hart. Du weinst sehr viel, musst ständig an die Person denken, die dir das Herz gebrochen hat und fragst dich, warum gerade du so einen Schmerz verdient hast. Das alles zu überstehen und auch ohne ihn oder sie glücklich zu sein, scheint gerade am Anfang wie eine unlösbare Aufgabe. Doch darum geht es im Grunde nach einem Beziehungsaus: Eine neue Normalität zu schaffen und zu lernen, wer man ohne ihn oder sie eigentlich ist.Dieser Prozess braucht aber seine Zeit. Und wie könnte ma...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Roy, Renée Zellweger, Jack Kerouac, San Fransisco, Colin Firth, Nelson, Elena Ferrante, Nie, Elena, Bridget Jones, Lila, Roberson, Essen, Freundin


One of My Most Potent Travel Writing Secrets: Research Before You Pitch

If you want to break into travel writing, you need to understand that there’s far more to travel writing success than simply doing one task well, like writing. Getting your stories published, and getting paid for your work, is really due to getting a combination of factors right. One of these elements has always seemed like common sense to me. But, when I talk shop with my travel writing peers, it appears that most of them overlook one obvious thing: researching their destinations before they t...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Roy, Travel Writing, Getting Started, Get Published, First Person Experience, Guest Blog Posts, Travel Blogging, Roy Stevenson, Query Letters


Best NHL Goalies of the 1990s

The 1990s was an amazing decade of growth and excitement for the National Hockey League. With the European influence on the game leading to a faster, more wide-open style of play, the goaltenders had to make plenty of adjustments. The decade had no shortage of great netminders, including some of the greatest to ever play the position. #5 Mike Richter Mike Richter goes down as one of the greatest American-born goaltenders to ever play in the NHL. He also has a very special place in the c...
Tags: Colorado, Sport, Stars, Chicago, Czech Republic, Canada, Avalanche, Broadway, Finland, Rangers, Dallas, Roy, Detroit Red Wings, Buffalo, Hockey, NHL


Travel: How to spend 3 perfect days in Pebble Beach … without picking up a club

Golf and Pebble Beach go together like skiing and Vail. Each sport is so synonymous with the world-class destination, going there and not playing 18 on the gorgeous Pacific coast or schussing in Rocky Mountain heaven is perhaps as great a sin as skipping a Broadway show while visiting New York or not riding on a cable car as a tourist in San Francisco. Unfathomable as it sounds to pass up the signature activity of the City by the Bay, the Great White Way or Colorado at play, the poshest place al...
Tags: Travel, New York, Colorado, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Broadway, Patagonia, Miami, Roy, Las Vegas, Walt Disney World, Monterey, Pacific, Pebble Beach, United Airlines


19 times 'The Simpsons' accurately predicted the future

"The Simpsons" has built a reputation for predicting the future. Viewers noticed that an episode from 1993 featured a viral outbreak in Springfield, which is similar to the coronavirus currently spreading around the world. A 2017 episode of the cartoon also seemed to preempt Daenerys Targaryen's big plot twist on the penultimate episode of "Game of Thrones." "The Simpsons" also predicted the election of Donald Trump, the discovery of the Higgs boson equation, and a Lady Gaga performance. Visit...
Tags: Apple, Japan, London, Sweden, China, Singapore, Disney, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Bbc, Mit, Uganda, Fox, David, Netflix


Fleury Makes 19 Saves, Golden Knights Beat Predators 3-0

NASHVILLE — Chandler Stephenson, Nicolas Roy and Reilly Smith scored, Marc-Andre Fleury made 19 saves and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Nashville Predators 3-0 on Saturday night. The Golden Knights have won two straight, including at Carolina on Friday night. Vegas held Nashville to its lowest shots on goal total of the season at 19 and ended the Predators’ two-game winning streak. Fleury finished his third shutout of the season and 59th in his career, breaking a tie with Nashville’s P...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Nashville, Roy, Hockey, NHL, Smith, Vegas, Nashville Predators, Winnipeg, Tampa Bay, Stephenson, Rinne, Carolina, Fleury, Marc Andre Fleury


Meet the 16 rising stars inside top PR agencies, who know everyone, have great reputations, and can spin anything

Meet the rising stars of PR, where we recognize rising talent at the biggest public relations firms. PR is getting more attention from marketers as people are getting harder to reach with traditional advertising. At the same time, PR firms have to expand their expertise to areas like social media and content and use data to show their work is driving results. We identified up and comers who are doing just that at the top PR firms like Edelman, Ketchum, and MSL. They stand out for how they're a...
Tags: Usa, New York, Washington Post, US, Samsung, Sacramento, Trends, Weber Shandwick, Chicago, Netflix, Washington Dc, Fema, United Nations, Medicare, Dallas, Roy


Roy hits ton before bowlers guide England to win in warm-up game

Jason Roy makes 104 but the rest of England's batsmen failed as the tourists won their one-day warm-up match against a South Africa Invitational XI.
Tags: England, News, South Africa, Roy, Jason Roy


The story behind Dalí and Disney's surrealist short "Destino"

Salvador Dalí and Walt Disney were friends. They met at a party in 1944 and soon began collaborating on a surreal annimated short together. Destino didn't get finished in their lifetimes but was ordered to completion in 1999 by Walt's nephew Roy, who discovered it in the vaults. This hour-and-twenty-minute documentary tells its story. Now, for fun, watch the Pink Floyd version of Destino: (RED) screengrab via Destino/YouTube
Tags: Post, Video, News, Time, Disney, Pink Floyd, Animation, Roy, Salvador Dalí, Walt Disney, Surrealism, Dali, Walt, Destino


Hilarious boxer dog pretends to jump with laughing owners on trampoline

Roy the boxer pretends he's jumping on the trampoline with his owners who can't stop laughing.         [Author: Associated Press]
Tags: News, Roy, Associated Press


Revisiting 4 Vegas Golden Knights Preseason Predictions

Before the season started, I made four predictions about the Vegas Golden Knights. Since we are at the bye week, it is about time we check in on those thoughts and find out if I should buy a lottery ticket or go into hiding. Prediction One: Pacific Division Title At the break, the Golden Knights sit one point back of the top spot in the Pacific Division. Not too shabby, except for the fact that they are actually in fifth place in the division and have the most games played of the group. ...
Tags: Sport, Roy, Hockey, NHL, Smith, Pacific, Predictions, Oilers, Coyotes, Vancouver Canucks, Arizona Coyotes, American Hockey League, Shea Theodore, Chicago Wolves, Fleury, Marc-Andre Fleury


Plein Air Painting Workshop in Wanaka, New Zealand with Lori McNee, March 2021

Last year, I experienced a fabulous Wilbury Tours workshop in Wanaka, New Zealand. Now, I am thrilled to announce I am returning to conduct my own plein air painting workshop, February 28 – March 8, 2021! Plein air painting of Roy Glacier in New Zealand by Lori McNee Please consider joining my friends at Wilbury Tours, and me, on a trip of a lifetime in the South Island of New Zealand. We will be painting and exploring the stunningly beautiful Southern Lakes region of New Zealand. Penny Willo...
Tags: Art, New Zealand, Oil Painting, Roy, Queenstown, Penny, Lori's Featured Articles, Workshops With Lori, Lori Mcnee, Wanaka, Lori, Wanaka New Zealand, Queenstown New Zealand, South Island of New Zealand, Landscape Painting Workshop, Plein Air Painting Workshop


Saturday’s Things To Know: Kentucky survives, Ayo Dosunmu’s on a tear, Roy and Huggs reach milestones

Nick Richards went for 25 points, 14 boards and four blocks and Immanuel Quickley chipped in with 21 points of his own as Kentucky went into Lubbock and knocked off the Red Raiders in overtime. The Red Raiders will have plenty of chances to build on their profile — they get West Virginia (7) at home and play at Kansas (3) next week alone — but there is no doubt that this team has to start winning some games against teams that are not horrific.
Tags: News, Kentucky, West Virginia, Basketball, Kansas, Roy, Lubbock, Red Raiders, Nick Richards, Ayo Dosunmu, Immanuel Quickley


Jason, Jug and Roy

In The Wall Street Journal this week, my latest "Anatomy of a Song" column was on Redbone's Come and Get Your Love a No. 5 Billboard pop hit in 1974 (go here). Redbone was among the first Native-American rock bands in the album era. I spoke at length with Pat Vegas, the band's co-founder. Here they are performing their hit on TV's Midnight Special in 1974... Here's a French telecom ad that used the song over Christmas... And here's a wedding video that used Come and Get Your Love... ...
Tags: Amazon, California, Dave, New Jersey, Paris, Jazz, Roy, Ornette Coleman, Newark, Usa Today, Wall Street Journal, Catherine Deneuve, Philly, Tom, West Philadelphia, Dylan


Revisiting ‘Waking Sleeping Beauty’, One of the Best Documentaries Ever Made About the Walt Disney Company

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) The Walt Disney Company is laser-focused on creating and preserving its legacy. As the conglomerate approaches its 100th anniversary in 2023, it’s easy to understand why the company looks back at its own history and wants to ensure that a specific version of that history is what becomes common knowledge. “It all started with a mouse” is the easy go-to quote from Walt D...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Disney, Features, Fox, Elton John, Walt Disney Company, Roy, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Ken Burns, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Richard, Walt Disney, John Lasseter


Woman Convicted in Texting Suicide Case Released From Jail

(BOSTON) — A woman convicted of manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself in text messages that included, “Just do it, babe,” was released from jail Thursday. Michelle Carter was released more than three months early from a county jail in Massachusetts, where she had been serving a 15-month sentence. The 23-year-old Plainville native accrued enough credits for good behavior and attending jail programs, according to officials. She now has to serve five years of probation...
Tags: Florida, News, Supreme Court, Boston, Massachusetts, Uncategorized, Roy, Carter, U S Supreme Court, Boston College, Plainville, Supreme Judicial Court, Michelle Carter, Conrad Roy III Carter, Onetime, Scott Kafker


Whicker: Kings rookie Matt Roy is a nice surprise in a predictable season

On hockey nights, Staples Center is a quiet sanctuary of low expectations. The fans weren’t expecting much from the Kings. They aren’t getting much. Goals are cherished surprises. Wins are like money you find in the street. The lions of 2012 and 2014 are still around, reminders of the rapture. They’re either too old or too rich to get traded. The coach, Todd McLellan, is new, so he’s not a target. The executives, Luc Robitaille and Rob Blake, have taken pains to explain what they’re doing, and w...
Tags: Florida, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Roy, Michigan, NHL, Houghton, Detroit, Ducks, Staples Center, Hall of Fame, Los-angeles-kings, Ontario, Anaheim


Small plane crashes in Utah neighborhood, killing pilot

A small plane crashed Wednesday in a Utah neighborhood, killing the pilot as the aircraft narrowly avoided hitting any townhomes, authorities said. An unidentified 64-year-old pilot died in the crash of the twin-engine Cessna, said Roy police Sgt. Matthew Gwynn. Debris from the plane crashed through the roof of a home that didn't have anybody inside at the time, he said according to The Salt Lake Tribune.
Tags: Utah, News, Roy, Cessna, Matthew Gwynn


Supreme Court rejects appeal in texting suicide case

The Supreme Court on Monday left in place the conviction of a Massachusetts woman who sent her boyfriend text messages urging him to kill himself. Michelle Carter is serving a 15-month sentence after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the 2014 death of her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III. A judge determined that Carter, who was 17, caused the death of the 18-year-old Roy when she ordered him in a phone call to get back in his carbon monoxide-filled truck that he'd parked in a Kmart par...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Massachusetts, Kmart, Roy, Carter, Michelle Carter, Conrad Roy III


‘Succession’ Star Nicholas Braun Teases What’s Next for the Roys: ‘They Might Open a Deli’

After winning the Golden Globe for best drama, the cast of “Succession” piled backstage to answer the inevitable question: What’s next for the Roy family in Season 3 of HBO’s buzzy drama? Nicholas Braun, who portrays cousin Greg, offered one suggestion. “They mighty open a deli,” he joked. Brian Cox, who won a trophy earlier […]
Tags: Hbo, News, Awards, Brian Cox, Roy, Golden Globes, Greg, Golden Globe, Succession, Nicholas Braun


Trump Throws Fresh Fuel on Dangerous QAnon Conspiracy Theory

Donald Trump has used his Twitter account to blast his critics, pressure potential witnesses against him, and threaten to blow up North Korea. But for believers in the bizarre pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy theory, the president’s Twitter account serves a more crucial purpose, with his retweets of QAnon fans offering them badly-needed proof that their ludicrous conspiracy theory is real. QAnon believers are convinced that Trump is secretly at war with pedophile-cannibals in the Democratic Party, a t...
Tags: Amazon, News, Guantanamo Bay, Washington, North Korea, White House, Fbi, Davis, Roy, Donald Trump, Trump, Democratic Party, Duff, Trump 's Twitter, Trumpworld, Roy Davis


27 Years Ago, They Broke Up in a Dunkin’ Donuts. This Week, They Were Married There

(WORCESTER, Mass.) — A Massachusetts couple reunited for extra-sweet wedding vows at the same Dunkin’ Donuts where their young love splintered nearly 30 years ago. Valerie Sneade and Jason Roy were married Friday afternoon, joined by family, friends and customers buying coffee and pastries at the Dunkin’ Donuts on Grafton Street in Worcester. “It had to happen here,” Roy, who works for the Worcester Parks Department, told the Telegram & Gazette during an earlier interview. “We think it’s an...
Tags: Florida, News, Navy, Massachusetts, Uncategorized, Roy, Worcester, Jason, Jason Roy, Dunkin Donuts, Grafton Street, Telegram Gazette, Onetime, Valerie Sneade, Worcester Parks Department, Sneade


10 Productivity Tools That Entrepreneurs Can’t Live Without

We’ve all got our own favorite productivity tools, tips, and tricks that help us organize our task lists, assign projects, and manage deliverables. Today, there are more project management and productivity apps and software programs geared toward business owners than ever. Here, 10 entrepreneurs share the productivity tools they use to stay on top of everything. 1. Monday.com: Streamline communication channels Aalap Shah, founder of 1o8 , an e-comm-focused digital agency based in Chic...
Tags: Google, Productivity, UK, Evernote, Toronto, Sales, San Francisco, Teamwork, Chicago, Roy, Seattle, Brittain, Cto, Expensify, Trello, School Of Rock


10 Productivity Tools That Entrepreneurs Can’t Live Without

We’ve all got our own favorite productivity tools, tips, and tricks that help us organize our task lists, assign projects, and manage deliverables. Today, there are more project management and productivity apps and software programs geared toward business owners than ever. Here, 10 entrepreneurs share the productivity tools they use to stay on top of everything. 1. Monday.com: Streamline communication channels Aalap Shah, founder of 1o8 , an e-comm-focused digital agency based in Chic...
Tags: Google, Productivity, UK, Evernote, Toronto, Sales, San Francisco, Teamwork, Chicago, Roy, Seattle, Brittain, Cto, Expensify, Trello, School Of Rock


Nicolas Roy: Succeeding in Extreme Conditions

Every hockey season we see multiple players who get stuck on the “treadmill” or “carousel” between the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League. Whichever term you want to use, Vegas Golden Knight’s center Nicolas Roy has been the epitome of this. Racking Up the Frequent-Flyer Miles The last six months have been a whirlwind for Roy. In June, he celebrated a Calder Cup championship with the Charlotte Checkers on the ice at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL. Little did he kn...
Tags: Milwaukee, Sport, Chicago, Roy, AHL, Hockey, NHL, National Hockey League, Sin City, Anaheim Ducks, Thompson, Chicago Wolves, San Antonio Rampage, Erik Haula, Charlotte Checkers, American League


16 must-read books that Bill Gates recommended this year

Bill Gates, the world's richest man, is an avid reader. We've rounded up all the books he recommended in 2019. Gates was particularly drawn to fiction titles this year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. If Bill Gates' bookshelf could talk, it would have a lot to say about how to create a better society. The billionaire's reading recommendations for 2019 offer lessons on how to sleep better, raise children to be successful, and empathize more often.  In true Gates fashion, th...
Tags: US, Barack Obama, Trends, Bloomberg, Diamond, Tom Hanks, United States, New York Times, Bill Gates, New Zealand, Moscow, Belgium, Roy, West Coast, Oprah, Melinda Gates


Paul Jones returns to Jazz FM for Christmas show after 15 years

One of Jazz FM’s original presenters, Paul Jones, is returning to the station as part of its Christmas schedule. Festive programmes include specials from comedians Marcus Brigstocke and Rachel Parris, and on New Year’s Eve Omar Lye-Fook MBE and The Brand New Heavies will see in the Big Ben bongs alongside Jazz FM’s John Osborne and Sarah Ward with a commercial-free party soundtrack. Marcus Brigstocke will join Jazz FM for two special programmes. On Christmas Day from 1pm, he’ll be joined by c...
Tags: UK, Top, Radio, Roy, Station, Ian Rankin, Marcus, Omar, PAUL, Ben, Rachel, Bauer, John Osborne, Paul Jones, Stacey Kent, Jazz Fm


The Best Leadership Books of 2019

LEADERSHIP development is a lifelong process. It is made possible with a quality that we spend a lifetime acquiring: self-awareness. People don’t experience our intentions; they experience our behavior. It is a theme that runs through most of these titles. Books like Helping People Change and The Power of Bad, have the power to change forever how we work with others and address the things that hold us back. Grace is a tough concept to sell in today’s environment. Grace looks at the bigger pictu...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Leadership, Instagram, Abc, Steve Jobs, America, Netflix, Walt Disney Company, Roy, Iger, Hull, Random House, Grace, Liz, Kevin Kruse


Bill Gates Recommends Books for the Holidays

For the holiday season, Bill Gates has selected five book titles that you’ll hopefully enjoy reading. Here they are, listed in his own words: An American Marriage, by Tayari Jones. My daughter Jenn recommended that I read this novel, which tells the story of a black couple in the South whose marriage gets torn apart by a horrible incident of injustice. Jones is such a good writer that she manages to make you empathize with both of her main characters, even after one makes a difficult dec...
Tags: Google, Books, College, United States, Bill Gates, Roy, Jones, John Doerr, Facebook Twitter, Walker, Jenn, Matthew Walker, SMIL, Vaclav Smil, Tayari Jones, Jill Lepore Lepore