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Uzo Aduba: ‘With In Treatment, I found a place to put my pain’

The Orange Is the New Black actor on how playing a therapist in the revived HBO drama helped her cope with the loss of her motherNine years ago, Uzo Aduba had a Sliding Doors moment. She decided to give up acting, mere hours before landing her life-changing role. “I made my mind up to quit on Friday 14 September 2012,” she recalls, the date etched on her memory. “I was planning to call my agent on the Monday and tell them ‘I’m done, I’m not doing this any more.’ But at 5.43pm that evening, I got...
Tags: Orange Is The New Black, Hbo, Boston, Women, US, Mental Health, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Uzo Aduba, Suzanne, Shirley Chisholm, Uzoamaka Aduba, Orange Is the New Black More, Hulu BBC

Comment on zucchini butter spaghetti by Suzanne

Having planted too many zucchini this year, I’m oppressed by its damp sliminess. This dish, too, is damp and slimy thanks to the zucchini. But, tastes good.
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The late William Morgan 1944-2021

Some more Photos & his Race results found here Same photos without the music Obituary KENNBUNK William John Morgan, 76, of Kennebunk, ME, formerly of Reading and Winchester, MA, passed Saturday, July 3, 2021, unexpectedly, but peacefully in his home during sleep. He was born on September 1, 1944, in Cambridge, MA, the son of the late George W. and Mary G (Noonan) Morgan. Bill (The Pirate, The Captain) just celebrated 50 years with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), L...
Tags: Photos, Boston, Sport, United States, Running, Cambridge, Bill, Ruth, New York Ny, Kelly, National Guard, George W, Beth, Suzanne, Foreman, Kennebunkport

Comment on zucchini butter spaghetti by Suzanne

This dish does not disappoint! So delicious and a great way to use the abundant zucchini & yellow squash from our summer garden. The only sound heard during dinner: “mmmmmmmmmmmmmm” – will be making this on repeat all summer and might have garden tomatoes on the side when they’re ready. Thanks, Deb!!
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Comment on perfect, forever cornbread by Suzanne

I just made this an it is perfect! Absolutely delicious and the texture is just right. Thanks so much, Deb!
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Two new executives hired for TuneIn’s leadership team

TuneIn has appointed Jennifer Collins to Senior Vice President, Business Development, and Suzanne Park to Senior Vice President, Marketing. The announcement was made today by Richard Stern, Chief Executive Officer of TuneIn. “It’s my privilege to welcome Jennifer and Suzanne to our talented team to which they bring deep media industry expertise that will greatly serve TuneIn as we continue our important and exciting work during this ‘Golden Age’ of audio,” said Stern. “A technology company...
Tags: New York City, America, Los Angeles, World, Radio, First Look Media, Los Angeles Times, Collins, Variety, Jennifer, Stern, Suzanne, Digital Operations, Richard Stern, Rob Deichert, Jennifer Collins

George A. Romero's Wife Suzanne on His Horror Legacy and 'Lost' Film The Amusement Park

Zombie movie king George A. Romero passed away in 2017, but his legacy will live on forever in his work—including, now, an early 1970s “lost” film that’s soon debuting on Shudder. To learn more about The Amusement Park, io9 hopped on a video call with Suzanne Desrocher-Romero, the late filmmaker’s wife.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Lost, Day Of The Dead, Martin, Louisa May Alcott, Cheryl Eddy, Suzanne, Living Dead, George A Romero, Dawn of the Dead, Amusement Park, Suze, Suzanne Desrocher Romero, English Language Films, Rise Blood Hunter

Week of June 1 New Releases | Blu-ray, Digital and DVD

Welcome to’s week of June 1 new releases column! We’ve highlighted this week’s Blu-ray, Digital HD, and DVD releases below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon or other retailers!  Movies on Blu-ray/DVD Boogie Eddie Huang’s directorial debut is a coming-of-age story starring Taylor Takahashi, Taylour Paige, and the late rapper Pop Smoke. The Courier Starring Benedict Cumberbatch, The Courier tells the incredible true story of a businessman turned spy. Emba...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Digital, Nicole Kidman, Whoopi Goldberg, Smith, Burt Reynolds, Courier, Blu, Port Authority, Suzanne, Eddie Huang, Wendell, Benny Hill

Barry Morphew used missing wife Suzanne's election ballot to vote: report

The husband of Colorado mom Suzanne Morphew allegedly used his missing wife’s identity to vote in November's presidential election,...
Tags: Colorado, Suzanne, Suzanne Morphew, Barry Morphew

Finding the Mother Tree: Adams & Gyllenhaal to Produce Adaptation With Adams Set to Star

(Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for HFA) Oscar nominees Amy Adams (American Hustle, Vice, The Fighter) and Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, Brokeback Mountain, Prisoners) are teaming up to produce the feature adaptation of scientist Suzanne Simard’s memoir Finding the Mother Tree after their respective production companies landed rights to the project, according to Variety. Simard’s book, fully titled Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest, was published today by Kn...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Documentary, Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams, James Cameron, MGM, Adams, Gyllenhaal, Suzanne, Simard, Richard Powers, ComingSoon, Movie News, Christopher Polk Getty, Riva Marker

George Romero’s Unmade Final Zombie Movie ‘Twilight of the Dead’ in the Works

Twilight of the Dead, intended to be a “concluding chapter” in George A. Romero‘s zombie series, is in the works four years after Romero’s death. Romero was reportedly developing the film when he passed away in 2017, and now his widow Suzanne Romero is working to get the film made. Suzanne Romero has been working with screenwriters on the script and is now hoping to start meeting with directors for the project, which continues and concludes the saga Romero started back in 1968 with Night of the...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Sequels, George Romero, George, Romero, Suzanne, Living Dead, George A. Romero, Suzanne Romero, Joe Knetter, Paolo Zelati, Robert L Lucas, Twilight of the Dead, Zelati, Surivval

Comment on spring asparagus galette by Suzanne

I made this lovely galette this weekend! It was so simple and flavorful. I was a little… intimated by the pie crust, but it was really easy to make. I want to try this again with more savory fillings/toppings. YUM!
Tags: Food, Suzanne

Comment on sheet pan chow mein by Suzanne

This looks amazing! I am definitely making this tomorrow night!
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Comment on linzer torte by Suzanne

I was hoping to make this for someone that cant have gluten. I have gluten free flour, but I’m stuck on the breadcrumbs. Anyone have any ideas for a substitution? Thanks so much!
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‘Killing Eve’ to End With Upcoming Season 4, But May Live on in Spin-Offs

The upcoming fourth season of Killing Eve will be its final one. The critically acclaimed BBC America series will end with its upcoming Season 4, though the world of Villanelle may live on in potential spin-off series from AMC Networks and Sid Gentle Films Ltd, which produces Killing Eve. Killing Eve will kill its last Eve (just kidding, I know that’s not how the show works). The fourth and final series will see the Killing Eve ending, Variety reports, bringing an end to the cat-and-mouse ga...
Tags: Europe, Television, Movies, Drama, Amc, America, Bbc, Thriller, Kim, Bbc America, Amc Networks, Laura, Golden Globe, Phoebe, Woodward, Suzanne

"Alienated Young Man Creates Some Sad Music."

That's the headline from January 1968 in The New York Times for of "Songs of Leonard Cohen," Leonard Cohen's first album. The headline is hilariously dismissive. The reviewer was Donal Henahan (1921-2012), whose (in the NYT) says he was a WWII fighter pilot, and he began his NYT reviewing in September 14, 1967 with this: “The American subculture of buttons and beards, poster art and pot, sandals and oddly shaped spectacles met the rather more ancient culture of India last evening at Philhar...
Tags: Law, India, New York City, Bob Dylan, New York Times, Nyt, Angela Lansbury, Woody Allen, Harold Pinter, Nina Simone, Leonard Cohen, Lauren Bacall, Tim Buckley, 1960s, Don, Cohen

Brent Seabrook Announces His Retirement

via the Chicago Blackhawks, Statement from defenseman Brent Seabrook: "I am so proud to have played my entire 15-year National Hockey League career in Chicago with the Blackhawks. It was an honor to play the game that I love, with teammates I love, in front of fans I love, in a city that my family and I have grown to love. After several surgeries, countless hours of rehab and training to get back on the ice at the level of my expectations, it will not be possible for me to continue playi...
Tags: Sport, Chicago, National Hockey League, Chicago Blackhawks, Gary, Keith, Blackhawks, Dylan, Brent Seabrook, Suzanne, Dayna, Carter Kenzie

VP of Marketing and Communications, Omaha Performing Arts

The Omaha Performing Arts (O-pa) welcomes nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Marketing and Communications, available in the Spring of 2021. The Omaha Performing Arts (O-pa) welcomes nominations and applications for the position of Vice President for Marketing and Communications, available in the Spring of 2021.The OpportunityO-pa’s next Vice President for Marketing and Communication will join a dynamic and forward-thinking organization that consistently receiv...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Disney, Broadway, Holland, Nebraska, Omaha, Catherine, Kristin Chenoweth, Omaha Performing Arts, Holland Performing Arts Center, Suzanne, Broadway League, Pollstar, Holland Center, Marketing and Communications

Netflix Thriller ‘Hypnotic’ In the Works With Kate Siegel, Jason O’Mara and Dulé Hill (EXCLUSIVE)

Kate Siegel, Jason O’Mara and Dulé Hill have been set to star in “Hypnotic,” an upcoming horror film at Netflix. The thriller centers on a young woman seeking self-improvement, who enlists the help of a renowned hypnotist. But after a handful of intense sessions, she soon discovers unexpected and deadly consequences. Matt Angel and Suzanne […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Hypnotic, Suzanne, Dule Hill, Matt Angel, Netflix Thriller ` Hypnotic, Kate Siegel Jason O Mara

Chris McCandless: Little Cottonwood Via Gondola

Chris McCandless grew up in Little Cottonwood Canyon, dropping powder lines as a kid and hiking Superior in the summertime. It's a place near and dear to his heart. Three or four days a week you might find him driving up the canyon where the decision of the morning is , or backcountry - all the way up just soaking in the scenery. Chris is like many of us and certainly not immune to having those moments of solitude soaked up by traffic jams on SR210. But amidst a broad public discussion on ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, Texas, Boston, Sport, Skiing, Brighton, Switzerland, Wisconsin, Salt Lake City, Park City, Ada, Forest Service, Jon Krakauer, Chris, Toledo

Comment on simple, essential bolognese by Suzanne

In reply to Simma Genzlinger. If you use lower fat milk it will curdle more easily. I used 4% milk and it was fine.
Tags: Food, Suzanne, Simma Genzlinger

Comment on parmesan oven risotto by Suzanne

I made this after reading through this section – I doubled the recipe in a 5-Qt Dutch oven and had no issues! I used parm rinds and a little less than 10c water. Baked for about 55min at the suggested temp and it got rave reviews. Perfect! I’m wondering if the quality of rice matters for those who had issues? I used the organic Arborio rice in a bag from Whole Foods.
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Friends for decades, these two women teamed up to direct a movie about the lives of Black women

Meagan Good and Tamara Bass met as teen actors at an audition in Hollywood more than 20 years ago, and they soon became fast friends. And even as the years passed and their fortunes in film and television diverged, their friendship held strong. Good, 39, has done steady work in movies such as “Think Like A Man,” “Anchorman 2,” and “Shazam,” as well as on TV. Bass, 42, found herself in that frustrating place where Hollywood sidelines talented actors they don’t know how to use. Tamara Bass, le...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Jimmy Carter, Good, Jackson, Bass, Shazam, Michael, Tam, Jillian, Suzanne, San Fernando Valley

Comment on sweet potato buttermilk pie by Suzanne

I made this today, and it was my first time making sweet potato pie! It was excellent! I took your side and left out the lemon. I also used a pillsbury crust (I stupidly gave away my last frozen SK crust and wasn’t in the mood to make more). I didn’t prebake the crust. I figured I don’t do that for pumpkin, why would I for sweet potato? I also roasted my sweet potatoes whole, then peeled and mashed. I thought that would offer better flavor.
Tags: Food, Suzanne

‘The Flight Attendant’ Season 2 Ordered by HBO Max

The Flight Attendant season 2 is cleared for takeoff by HBO Max. The Kaley Cuoco show has been a big hit for the streaming service, so it makes sense that they want more. In the first season – which just wrapped – Cuoco played a flight attendant who wakes up in a hotel and finds a dead man in her bed. The show is based on the book of the same name by author Chris Bohjalian. Heading to the airport to solve another crime. #TheFlightAttendant Season 2 has been cleared for lift off. ? pic.twit...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Kaley Cuoco, Warner Bros, Sarah, TFA, Suzanne, Cuoco, WBTV, Greg Berlanti, Cassie, MacKenzie, Casey Bloys, Sarah Schechter, Chris Bohjalian

Turning the page on Google Play Books' first decade

With more time on my hands during this pandemic, I’ve learned that I’m not a gardener (yield from 7 tomato plants--> 2 teeny tomatoes), nor am I a furniture refinisher (but it seemed so straightforward on YouTube!). I am, however, a reader. I’ve indulged more in this lifelong hobby in 2020, finally getting around to books that have been in my Google Play Books library for a long time, and discovering new titles.  This week marks Google’s 10th year as a digital bookstore. On December 6, 2010, we ...
Tags: Google, Google Play, Steve Jobs, Harry Potter, Michael, Google Play Books, Grey, Delia, Suzanne, Chris Kyle Scott McEwen, Judy Chang, Stieg Larsson2011, John Green2015, J K Rowling2017, Stephen King2018, Ernest Cline2019

Comment on double chocolate banana bread by Suzanne

I just made this today. It was THE BEST!!
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How we stay together: 'There is no magic cookbook of relationships'

Suzanne Harris and Tom McAtee may not agree on politics – but the pair’s pragmatism and ability to talk things out has kept them together for over three decadesNames: Suzanne Harris and Tom McAteeYears together: 34Occupations: social worker and HR consultantWhen the going gets tough, Suzanne and Tom get into the garden. “In the times where we’ve not had much money, or there’ve been difficulties with work or jobs changing, we’ve gardened,” Suzanne says. “It’s a good way of releasing tension, of w...
Tags: Family, Marriage, Relationships, Life and style, Australia news, Tom, Suzanne, Suzanne Harris, Tom McAtee, Tom McAteeYears

‘Spring Blossom’ Review: A Controversial Subject is Tackled With Grace, Humor, and Wisdom [TIFF 2020]

The most striking thing about Spring Blossom , in which a 16-year-old girl falls in love with a man in his mid-thirties, is that it stars 20-year-old director Suzanne Lindon in the leading role. The 2020 Cannes and TIFF selection is a tender and amusing portrait of teen-hood, in which the character of Suzanne experiences a generational disconnect. Bored with her school-aged peers, she seeks out a magnetic stranger — Raphaël (Arnaud Valois), an actor rehearsing at a theatre en route to Suzan...
Tags: Movies, France, Toronto, Features, Movie Reviews, Raphael, Cannes, Suzanne, Lindon, Film Festivals, Featured Stories Sidebar, Florence Viala, Suzanne Lindon, Spring Blossom, Raphaël Arnaud Valois, Frédéric Pierrot