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Sylvester Stallone To Star In New Taylor Sheridan Paramount+ Series, Kansas City

Sylvester Stallone is heading to television in "Kansas City," a new Paramount+ series from Taylor Sheridan and Terence Winter. This will be the first starring TV role for the "Rocky," "Rambo," and "Expendables" actor, though he has guest-starred on "This Is Us" and older shows like "Kojak."Deadline reports that "Kansas City" will follow "a New York City Italian mobster, played by Stallone, forced to relocate to the most unlikely of places — Kansas City, Missouri." This sounds reminiscent of FX's...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, News, New York City, Missouri, Mick Jagger, Angelina Jolie, Suicide Squad, Scorsese, Sylvester Stallone, Kansas City, James Gunn, Paramount, Sicario, Yellowstone


Saturday’s Show Info (12/4/21)

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Tags: Sal, Good Day, Truxel Road Suite, Show Info, Locust Avenue Carmichael CA, San Juan Village Shopping Center, Trish Ware Instagram


Dr. Oz's campaign treasurer once helped Stephen Colbert make a Super PAC for a TV stunt

Dr. Mehmet Oz and Stephen ColbertRoy Rochlin/Getty Images; Francis Specker/CBS via Getty Images Dr. Oz's campaign treasurer once worked for Stephen Colbert's "Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow" joke Super PAC. According to his LinkedIn, Salvatore Purpura has also worked on several other Republican campaigns. Dr. Oz announced he's running for US Senate in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Dr. Mehmet Oz's new campaign treasurer previously helped comedian Stephen Colbert run a jok...
Tags: Florida, Politics, Texas, News, Stephen Colbert, Senate, US, Trends, Pennsylvania, Gop, Rick Perry, PAC, Colbert, US Senate, Cbs, Republican


Development Director Position

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW: Since 1987, Seattle Arts & Lectures (SAL) has cultivated transformative experiences through story and language with readers and writers of all generations. SAL fulfills its mission through educational, public, and community programming, in person and online. Our public literary events bring the most talented and thought-provoking writers of our times to local stages. Our youth programs include Writers in the Schools (WITS) and the Seattle Youth Poet Laureate (YPL) pr...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Liz, Board, Sal, Employee Assistance Program, Seattle Arts Lectures, Seattle Arts Lectures SAL, Seattle Youth Poet Laureate YPL, Board Development and Fundraising Event Committees


The Do The Right Thing Controversy Explained

In 1989, a movie came out that offered audiences a fresh, colorful, scathing insight into race relations in the United States. That movie wasn't "Driving Miss Daisy," the twee and patronizing tale of an elderly white woman and her Black driver in 1940s Georgia. "Daisy" won Best Picture at the Academy Awards, mystifyingly beating a strong field rounded out by "Born on the Fourth of July," "Dead Poets Society," "Field of Dreams," and "My Left Foot."The movie I'm talking about, of course, is Spike ...
Tags: Movies, White House, America, Brooklyn, United States, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Spike Lee, Martin Luther King, Academy, David Denby, Samuel L Jackson, Black, Lee, Sal, Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis


Link Love: The Beauty of Accessibility

Allure’s “The Beauty of Accessibility” series, in which they write about “inclusivity and representation for people with disabilities in the beauty industry and beyond”, provides lots of food for thought with articles like: Make-up tips for people who are blind or have low vision. 25 products for beauty lovers who can only use one hand. A deodorant for people with upper-limb disabilities and visual impairment. Fab Links from Our Members Nuancedream reports that Judith from Style Crone is abs...
Tags: Fashion, Australia, Auckland, Ny Times, Greg, Sal, Angie, Judith, Mary Beth, Crone, Katerina, Link Love, Kate Young, Jenni NZ, Gucci Prada Christian Dior, Lyssa Koo


Burgers, ribs, chili and other tailgate foods that football fans will enjoy

I grew up a short walk from the old Yankee Stadium, which is where the New York Giants played before they moved to a swamp in New Jersey. On Sundays, braving the winds of winter, often covered with flurries, we’d assemble in Babe Ruth Park across from the stadium to listen to the game on tinny transistor radios — and more importantly cook hot dogs and hamburgers over sad little hibachis, which had barely enough surface for a couple of dogs, and then a couple of buns. Still, we were tailgating, p...
Tags: Texas, Washington, La, Restaurants, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Dave, Things To Do, Soccer, New Jersey, Nashville, Green Bay Packers, New York Giants, Honduras, Dining


Africa’s Tourism Leaders Identify Investments as Key to Sustainable Recovery

The 64th meeting of the UNWTO Regional Commission for Africa (CAF) saw 23 countries represented on the island of Sal, with 21 Ministers of Tourism joining five Ambassadors for the high-level event. Opening the Commission meeting, the President of Cabo Verde Jorge Carlos Fonseca offered a warm welcome to UNWTO’s leadership and to all delegates. The President was joined by Cabo Verde’s Minister of Tourism and Transport, Carlos Jorge Duarte Santos, and Prime Minister Dr. Ulisses Correia e Si...
Tags: Travel, Africa, Commission, Cabo Verde, Sal, Silva, UNWTO, Tourism Leaders Identify Investments, UNWTO Regional Commission for Africa CAF, Ministers of Tourism, Jorge Carlos Fonseca, Cabo Verde 's Minister of Tourism and Transport, Carlos Jorge Duarte Santos, Ulisses Correia


Beat the summer doldrums with comforting eats in the San Fernando Valley

“Doldrums” — it’s a wonderful word, born as the sailor’s jargon for what’s technically known as the Intertropical Convergence Zone. That’s the zone near the Equator, where the northeast and southeast trade winds converge, canceling each other out — leaving a region with no wind, where sailing ships would become trapped in what’s also known as “the calms.” They were caught, unable to move, with their water running short, and their food running low. It often was a death sentence for the sailors of...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Texas, California, La, Restaurants, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Dave, Things To Do, Soccer, Tokyo, Nashville, Vancouver, Bronx


‘Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami’ Director Billy Corben on Revisiting the Drug Trafficking World in a Netflix Docuseries [Interview]

Fifteen years after the release of his cult-classic film, Cocaine Cowboys, director Billy Corben is returning to Miami’s cocaine wars with a new docuseries. For Corben, this subject matter comes naturally: a lifelong Miamian, he grew up seeing the headlines and hearing the tales from local reporters. Where his previous work looked broadly at the rise of cocaine and the Miami drug war, this upcoming docuseries hyper-focuses on the cocaine cowboys themselves, Willy Falcon and Sal Malguta. Cocaine...
Tags: Florida, TV, Movies, America, Features, Netflix, United States, Kevin Bacon, Medicare, Miami, Jon Stewart, Pbs, Pitbull, Casablanca, South Florida, Sal


‘Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami’ Trailer Promises A Thrilling Cat and Mouse Chase

Netflix is going all in on docuseries, with new titles seemingly springing up every week. In their defense, true crime is only getting more popular, made all the more thrilling by its inclusion of real footage and the excitement that comes with tracking a lengthy chase. So what better story for the latest series than that of the Cocaine Cowboys Augusto “Willy” Falcon and Salvador “Sal” Magluta? Check out the trailer for Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami below. Cocaine Cowboys Trailer ...
Tags: Florida, TV, Movies, News, Robin Hood, US, America, Colombia, Netflix, Kings, Trailers, Miami, South America, Medellin, South Florida, Salvador


The best polarized sunglasses, plus shopping advice from two ophthalmologists

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. American Optics Polarized sunglasses can help reduce eye strain and give you a sharper, clearer view. There are polarized sunglasses for every style and budget. We spoke to two ophthalmologists to identify the best polarized sunglasses. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky You may think of polarized sunglasses as the domain of anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts. While that is somewhat true, anyone wh...
Tags: Reviews, Japan, New York, Wales, California, France, Massachusetts, Trends, Park, Chicago, Sunglasses, Hawaii, Buying Guide, Italy, Tokyo, John F Kennedy


The history of Laughing Sal, an animatronic funhouse lure

Have you met Laughing Sal before? If you have, you'll surely remember her wicked laugh, gap-toothed grin, and uncanny electronic motions. Laughing Sal, also referred to as "Laffing Sal, Laffin' Sal, Sally, ect." was originally made in the 1920s and 30s by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company (PTC) of Germantown, Pennsylvania. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Carnivals, Animatronics, Sal, Germantown Pennsylvania, Laffing Sal Laffin Sal Sally, Philadelphia Toboggan Company PTC


Father’s Day dining in the San Fernando Valley

I used to believe that Father’s Day was something of a runner-up holiday, a consolation prize awarded to fathers after the gala celebration of Mother’s Day, with its flowers and candy and chocolates and brunch. A day given to fathers, somewhat begrudgingly, when they’re given the honor of standing over the Weber burning steaks, chicken and fish, until they’re finally released from toil, and allowed to collapse on the couch and watch a Dodgers game in peace, with a cold one in hand. And boy, was ...
Tags: New York, Texas, Mississippi, Congress, Boston, Virginia, Restaurants, Russia, Los Angeles, Sport, Joe Biden, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Idaho, House


Friday’s Show Info (5/14/21)

New in the Neighborhood: Mast Coffee http://www.MastCoffeeCo.com Instagram: mastcoffeeco Lodi Vendor Fair Saturday, May 15th 10am-4pm Lodi Grape Festival and Event Center Tahoe’s ‘Dirty Secret’ http://www.tahoefund.org Vintage Postcards http://www.scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/postcards/ Big Ol’ Camping Sale http://www.kamprite.com Sal: May 14th 9am-4pm and May 15th 8 am-3 pm 916-383-9460 Facebook: Kamp-Rite Instagram: @kamp_rite Golfers with Disabilities http://www.usdga.net http://www.usdga.net...
Tags: Sal, Good Day, CBS Twitter, Show Info, Kamp Rite Instagram


Link Love: The Mending Mentality

From the art of visual mending to how to stitch old things to new life, I liked this blog post about the fact that much thought is now going into saving garments as we all do our bit to consume less. If you’d like to try your hand at darning a hole in a sweater or cardigan, have a look at these tips. “‘Meet Australia’s Fashion Fixers’: As people become more conscious of reducing waste, Australia’s professional menders are welcoming a new wave of customers.” Fab Links from Our Members Nuancedre...
Tags: Fashion, Australia, Alison, Sal, Angie, Teen Vogue, Link Love, Kate Young, Alyson Walsh, Zaeobi


Music Industry Moves: Attorney Joel Katz Joins New Law Firm, Swedish House Mafia Inks With Weeknd Manager ‘Sal’ Slaiby

Attorney Joel Katz, former founding chairman of Greenberg Traurig’s entertainment and media practice and a top official at the Recording Academy, has joined Barnes & Thornburg. He will remain based in Atlanta, where he will serve as as senior counsel for the firm’s entertainment, media and sports practice. The news was first reported by Billboard. “Mr. […]
Tags: News, Atlanta, Greenberg Traurig, Sal, Recording Academy, Joel Katz, Barnes Thornburg He


Universal Launches Arabic Music Label With Weeknd Manager Wassim ‘Sal’ Slaiby and Republic

Universal Music Group has announced the launch of Universal Arabic Music (UAM), a newly created label dedicated to discovering, introducing and championing the artists, sounds and rich musical culture of the Middle East & North Africa region to audiences around the world. Republic Records and its parent company UMG founded the new label in partnership […]
Tags: News, Umg, Sal, Universal Music Group, Middle East North Africa, Republic Records, Wassim, Wassim "Sal" Slaiby


HSBC Is Said to Work on Possible IPO of #Saudi Arabian Cargo Firm - Bloomberg

HSBC Is Said to Work on Possible IPO of Saudi Arabian Cargo Firm - BloombergSaudi Arabian Logistics Co., spun off after more than seven decades as the cargo arm of the kingdom’s flagship airline, is working with HSBC Holdings Plc’s local unit on a potential share sale that could come as soon as this year, according to people familiar with the matter.No final decision has been made on the timing or size of an initial public offering but the listing would only be open to local and qualified invest...
Tags: Travel, Bloomberg, Hsbc, Sal, HSBC Holdings Plc, Rupert Neil Bumfrey


Steinbeck’s Productive Inactivity

Good news: if you have $17.9 million available, John Steinbeck’s 1.8 acre waterfront retreat is now for sale. It’s tucked onto a grassy peninsula in Upper Sag Harbor Cove, and features a pool, a long pier,  and two cozy guest cottages. Arguably most important is the hexagonal, 100-square-foot “writer’s house” overlooking the water. Encountering this real estate listing sent me down a brief but entertaining Steinbeck-at-Sag-Harbor rabbit hole. He bought the house in 1955, I discovered, 16 years ...
Tags: College, Uncategorized, Upper East Side, Truman Capote, Kurt Vonnegut, Sal, John Steinbeck, Steinbeck, Sag Harbor, Upper Sag Harbor Cove


Look for this bounty of new books from Southern California authors

It’s time for new books! In a regular year, we book nerds are excited enough about the prospect of cracking the spine on an unknown story. Or swiping, if you read on your favorite device. (Me, I prefer the intoxicating smell of pages.) Lucky for us, 2021 is bringing a bounty of books from Southern California authors of all ilk, so rejoice! Jump up and down, even, it’s good for you. And then run to preorder — which is good for the bookstores, the booksellers, and most importantly, the local autho...
Tags: Books, California, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, Paris, Cameron, Joan Didion, Chrissy Teigen, Southern California, Venice Beach, Bella, J Simpson


Comment on simple, essential bolognese by Sal

In reply to Geri. I just did and looks great. Now I’m going to try it :).
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The Food That Defined Film and Television in 2020

I love to eat. I love to cook. I love to stuff myself into restaurant booths surrounded by companions, boozy creations, and another kitchen’s signature nibbles. I love to write about how filmmakers utilize food, whether it’s to set a mood, spark a connection, or layer a sense of comfort atop an otherwise deceptively tense standoff. Dinner tables alone set a stage for dysfunction, disillusion, and disappointment as homestyle perfection crumbles around honey-baked hams while nuclear families go,...
Tags: Movies, Greece, Oregon, New York City, America, Features, Netflix, George Orwell, Mick Jagger, Rob, Harley Quinn, Michael Caine, Michelin, Hilary Swank, Shirley, Taylor


Super-Manager Wassim ‘Sal’ Slaiby on Helming the Careers of The Weeknd, Doja Cat, Brandy and More

The Weeknd, Doja Cat, Ty Dolla $ign, Brandy, Bebe Rexha, Nav, Bryson Tiller, French Montana — that’s not the top of a 2020 singles or albums chart. Those are just a few of the artists handled by the rapidly growing Salxco, the management-and-more concern founded by Wassim “Sal” Slaiby. The company, which has a partnership […]
Tags: News, Montana, The Weeknd, Sal, Doja Cat, Wassim, Wassim "Sal" Slaiby, Brandy Bebe Rexha Nav Bryson Tiller


Link Love: All Eyes on the Face Mask

As many of us are wearing face masks daily, the fashion world is starting to pay more attention to them as well: “With face coverings here to stay, consumers are starting to demand more than cheap throwaways,” the New York Times reports. These funny face masks will make you smile while running errands. The Guardian rounds up 20 masks for all occasions. This see-through face mask is in high demand. Here are some more masks with clear panels that are favourites among teachers and speech therapist...
Tags: Fashion, Brooklyn, New York Times, Reddit, Cbc, Sal, Joyce, Link Love, Runcarla, Nuancedream, Ray Darten


The Handwritten First Draft of Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing

In March 1988, Spike Lee wrote a first draft screenplay for his movie Do The Right Thing in just over 2 weeks. Four pages of this handwritten draft are pictured above. I wasn’t able to track down the entire screenplay, but the typed second draft can be found here. From a book companion to the film, here’s an excerpt from Lee’s journal from the day before he began writing: Yesterday I began work on the script. Well, actually, I began the last work before the actual writing of the script....
Tags: Africa, Spike Lee, Jason Kottke, Lee, Sal, Raheem


17 best American food restaurants in the San Fernando Valley

Some time back, flipping through a copy of one of the weekly news magazines, my eye was caught by a double-page advertisement for a contest sponsored by one of the cigarette companies. The advertisement consisted of a map of the United States, and a banner headline about winning a gourmet tour of America. I stared at the ad, dumbfounded. I have long come to believe that one of the best-kept culinary secrets of the world is that American food is really great stuff, and here that secret was, laid ...
Tags: Florida, Hollywood, Texas, Minnesota, California, Restaurants, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Maine, Ford, New Orleans


Spike Lee Releases Short Film ‘3 Brothers – Radio Raheem, Eric Garner And George Floyd’

In 1989, Spike Lee released Do the Right Thing, a galvanizing portrait of racial tensions boiling over in one Brooklyn neighborhood during one long summer day. It’s a film that remains as powerful today as it was all those years ago. It’s also still depressingly relevant, as Lee’s film ends with the police murdering neighborhood local Radio Raheem – an act that leads to a riot. All these years later, very little has changed in the real world that Lee was reflecting, and after a weekend that saw...
Tags: New York, Movies, America, Cnn, Brooklyn, Roger Ebert, Spike-Lee, Don Lemon, Eric Garner, Brothers, Lee, Floyd, Sal, Do the Right Thing, Pizzeria, Raheem


VOTD: Turning Up the Heat in Spike Lee’s ‘Do the Right Thing’

It’s been over 30 years since director Spike Lee released the provocative, insightful, and unfortunately prescient racially charged drama Do the Right Thing. The film follows a pizza delivery man named Mookie (played by Lee himself) as he makes the rounds in a Brooklyn neighborhood on one of the hottest days of the year. Tensions rise with the heat, leading to an explosive confrontation between whites, blacks and the law. Sadly, Do the Right Thing is still relevant to this day as protesters cla...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Brooklyn, United States, Spike-Lee, Lee, Sal, Do the Right Thing, Video Of The Day, Video Essay, Mookie


8 best burgers in the San Fernando Valley for takeout and delivery

I do believe that my earliest culinary memories are of eating hamburgers. I remember going to a drive-in with my dear old dad, cruising to White Castle in the family Studebaker (with the classic bullet-tip nose) and watching in wonder as he’d order two dozen burgers for himself, my mother, my sister and myself. They cost 12 cents each, and they were just wonderful. In case you’ve never had the pleasure of a White Castle burger (by and large an Eastern U.S. phenomenon), you must understand that f...
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