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Sabres Botterill Plays it Safe

With roughly the same odds to land the No. 1 overall pick at the NHL Entry Draft (4.7%) than to make the playoffs (4.2%), it would have taken one if not two blockbuster deals to turn the Buffalo Sabres into playoff contenders before the clock hit 3 p.m. on Monday’s Trade Deadline day. It didn’t happen. General manager Jason Botterill swung two moves. The first was sending a conditional fifth-round pick to the New Jersey Devils for forward Wayne Simmonds. The second deal sent forwards Connor S...
Tags: Sport, Atlantic, Gm, Nashville, Jets, Hockey, NHL, Jason, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Buffalo Sabres, Wayne Simmonds, P K Subban, Wayne


Amazon Prime Video March 2020 Movie and TV Titles Announced

Amazon Prime Video March 2020 movie and TV titles announced The list for the new Amazon Prime Video March 2020 movies and TV titles have been released, which you can now view below! This includes the series debut of new Amazon originals shows like Stefano Sollima’s crime drama series ZeroZeroZero which will be led by Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan, and Gabriel Byrne, and the mystery-thriller miniseries adaptation of Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse starring Rufus Sewell and Kaya Scodelario. ...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Australia, Amazon Prime, TV News, Starz, Pbs, Bet, Jay, Agatha Christie, Gabriel Byrne, Amazon Prime Video, Henry


New to Hulu March 2020: All the Movies & Shows Coming and Going

New to Hulu March 2020: All the movies & shows coming and going The list for the new Hulu March 2020 movies and TV titles has been released, which you can now view below along with the titles that are set to leave from the streaming service next month. This includes the arrival of the newest episode in the Into the Dark series which is scheduled to return on March 6 with episode 2.06 titled “Crawlers.” Next month will also see the series debut of Hulu’s new original miniseries Little Fires E...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Reese Witherspoon, Australia, New York City, America, Showtime, TV News, Starz, Barbie, Cartoon Network, Hulu, Beirut, Richard


The Best Things to Do in Penticton, BC in Winter

Penticton, a town that’s perfect for outdoor adventure enthusiasts, beer aficionados and wine lovers alike, is located in the south Okanagan Valley. Home to about 35,000 full-time residents, it has plenty to offer both locals and visitors on a year-round basis. Even though winter is a quieter time to visit, there are still lots of things to do in Penticton, as you’ll see below. Bike a section of the Kettle Valley Railway, visit wineries, go skiing and dine like royalty. There’s a new energy ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Air Canada, Turkey, Canada, Gm, Vancouver, Seattle, British Columbia, Calgary, Wineries, Westjet, Wayne, Jen, Penticton, Burke


Charles Portis, Elusive Author of ‘True Grit,’ Dies at 86

The publicity-shy Mr. Portis earned a modest but devoted readership and accolades as America’s “least-known great writer.”
Tags: News, America, John, Charles, Tom, Wayne, Wolfe, Portis, New York Herald Tribune, Books and Literature, Deaths (Obituaries


Random Excellence: Giants?

Might call this "random interest" rather than excellence, but it's curious. You might want to look at the picture carefully before reading on. We were talking about the novel Giants in the Earth the other day, and I ran across the old snapshot above on a site called Ipernity. The original poster, Alan Mays, was given it as a Christmas present. A few different elements conspire to create a visual illusion. The small size of the tractor and the boy driving it, the looming hill in the background, ...
Tags: Books, Photography, Earth, Giants, Leonard Cohen, Michael Johnston, Wayne, Cohen, Michael C Johnston, Solomon, KJV, Efren Reyes, Random Excellence, Lawrence Durrell, Durrell, Alan Mays


Phillip Journey an Independent Running For 2020 NRA Board of Directors

Opinion by Phillip Journey Phillip Journey is running for the 2020 NRA Board of Directors, please consider him for your vote when returning your ballot. Phillip Journey an Independent Running For 2020 NRA Board of Directors USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Tribalism in its positive aspect can lead to social bonding helping keep individuals committed to the group, even when personal relations may fray. It can also lead to bullying when a member is unwilling to conform to the politics of the collective....
Tags: Google, Guns, US, Indianapolis, United States, New York Times, Kansas, Oklahoma, Nra, Wayne, NRA Board, Kansas State, Ross Perot, RTC, Sebelius, Gun Rights News


See inside Wayne and Frankie Bridge's stunning family home in Surrey

Frankie Bridge shares a look inside the stunning home she shares with her husband Wayne...
Tags: Surrey, Frankie Bridge, Wayne


Risky Business: Are You Protecting Your Company from Cyberattacks?

Is your small business at risk? The answer is most certainly yes. According to Brad Anderson, corporate vice president for Microsoft 365, of the 79 million global SMBs (representing 95% of all companies on the planet), “55% weathered cyberattacks, 52% of these breaches were caused by human error, and, in a quarter of these cases, sensitive customer data was breached. The average cyberattack will cost an American SMB $190,000. And after a ransomware attack, only one-third of SMBs can remain profi...
Tags: Business, Technology, Microsoft, Yahoo, America, Brad Anderson, Anderson, Right Now, Wayne, CSO, Ponemon Institute, Chris Wayne, Larry Ponemon, Keeper Security, Stuart Miles Shutterstock, Yahoo Small Business


Chuck Wayne in 11 Clips

Chuck Wayne was one of the first guitarists to play bebop. He recorded with Joe Marsala and Dizzy Gillespie in January 1945 and then with the Gillespie Sextet in February on Groovin' High with Dexter Gordon. He also was in Woody Herman's First Herd in 1946, the George Shearing Quintet in 1949 and was Tony Bennett's musical director and accompanist starting in 1954. Throughout his career, Wayne was known for his enormous taste. So much so that several of his songs were hijacked by other players....
Tags: Jazz, Miles Davis, Staten Island, Stella, Buenos Aires, Bay, Bernie, Wayne, Sonny, Tony Bennett, Dizzy Gillespie, Woody Herman, Marc Myers, Chuck Wayne, Joe Puma, William P Gottlieb


Oscars: Ranking the musical performances from best to wait…what?

With no host, the 92nd annual Academy Awards had to do something to fill the required 5 hours and 54 minutes it takes to present 24 awards. The solution was musical performances. Some were inspired. Some were required. Some were just plain puzzling. Here’s our ranking, from best to wait, what just happened, from the 2020 Oscars. Cynthia Erivo performs onstage during the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Image...
Tags: Elsa, Hollywood, La, Ryan Seacrest, US, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Oscar, Eminem, Elton John, Kevin Bacon, John, Brad Pitt, Idina Menzel, Renée Zellweger


Watch Kirk Douglas on the Dick Cavett show in 1992

The recently departed Kirk Douglas was 75 when he appeared on The Dick Cavett show to promote his autobiography. Douglas told Cavett that his friend John Wayne thought he was a "sissy" for playing Van Gogh in Lust for Life. "Kirk, how can you play this sniveling weakling who commits suicide," Wayne told Douglas after they watched a screening of the movie together. Douglas also told Cavett that Brando ruined many actors who tried to imitate Brando, who was, of course, inimitable. All in all, D...
Tags: Video, Movies, News, John Wayne, Dick Cavett, Van Gogh, Douglas, Wayne, Kirk, Cavett, Kirk Douglas, Brando


With Ovechkin Set to Hit 700 Goals, Gretzky Record Looks in Reach

Alex Ovechkin was having a quiet night. Through two periods of action Tuesday, he’d registered a solitary shot attempt that sailed wide, two hits and one giveaway. That was it. Then, as he’s done so many times, the sniper for Washington Capitals exploded in jaw-dropping fashion. Ovechkin’s first goal tied the game against the Los Angeles Kings 2-2 with 6:50 left in regulation. The next came 70 seconds later to give his team its first lead. And he then finished things off into an empt...
Tags: Usa, Washington, Sport, Hockey, NHL, St Louis, San Jose Sharks, New York Islanders, Ottawa, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Boston Bruins, Edmonton Oilers, Philadelphia Flyers, Auston Matthews, Washington Capitals


Has One Employee Made the NRA Irrelevant?

Opinion Has One Employee, this time Wayne Lapierre, Made the NRA Irrelevant? USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Let’s face some facts; the NRA lost Virginia. Virginia Public Access Project reported that the National Rifle Association spent $350,000+ this cycle to help pro 2A candidates beat back Democrats who were running on gun confiscation. Gun confiscation groups' spent far more. Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund and Everytown for Gun Safety Victory report that they spent $2.5 million in Virginia,...
Tags: Usa, Guns, California, Senate, Virginia, Bloomberg, House, PAC, Nra, Wayne, Jeff, National Rifle Association, Wayne Lapierre, Gifford, Gun Rights News, Don McDougall


Lil Wayne Returns To His Own Dimension

When Lil Wayne was first starting in rap music, Cash Money Records paired him up with fellow baby rapper BG in the duo known as the BG'z. They released their first album in 1995. That means Lil Wayne has been releasing music for 25 years. He is 37 years old. Wayne was already a hitmaker … More »
Tags: Music, Lil Wayne, Bg, Zaytoven, Status Ain't Hood, Wayne, Cash Money Records, Lil Yachty, Sauce Walka, Payroll Giovanni, DaBoii, AllBlack, tupid Young, Lil Keed, Fenix Flexin, Offset Jim


DBP Donut takes a trip into short form storytelling with “The Ride”

DBP Donut, the advertising and short-form entertainment production company launched by Mark and Jay Duplass (darlings of independent film and TV) and their partners Charlie Leahy and Nigel Lopez-McBean, unveiled their new short-form production “The Ride” last week at the Sundance Film Festival. It’s the latest foray into the micro-narrative genre from the Duplass brothers, who have made their careers in the entertainment business by coming up with creative ways to make money off of their indepen...
Tags: TC, Hbo, La, New York City, Los Angeles, Tech, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Jay, Sundance, Mark, Jay Duplass, Wayne, Phillips, BuzzFeed News, Duplass


14 New Books to Watch For in February

Fraught friendships, coming-of-age stories, Supreme Court drama and more.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Taylor, Bump, Abi, Teddy, Miller, Wayne, Jen, Cohen, Gabriel, Barnes, Emily, McCann, Jenny, Adam


Stream Lil Wayne’s New Album Funeral

Just one week ago, rap legend Lil Wayne announced his new album Funeral. Today, the new LP is out in the world, and we can now fully confirm that it has nothing to do with Arcade Fire. Wayne's Funeral is his 13th official studio LP, though if you count mixtapes and collaborations and … More »
Tags: Music, Lil Wayne, Album Stream, Wayne


Cutest couples at the NTAs: Rochelle and Marvin Humes to Wayne and Frankie Bridge

These celebrities looked incredible on Tuesday night...
Tags: Frankie Bridge, Wayne, ROCHELLE, Marvin Humes


Anze Kopitar continues adding to his rich Kings legacy

In a campaign the Kings might sooner erase from the record books, team captain Anze Kopitar has continued to leave an indelible mark on the NHL as one of the finest players of his generation. This season, he leads the Kings in points, goals and assists, on the power play and at even strength. His 16-point lead over his next most-productive teammates is tied for the fourth-largest lead in team scoring in the NHL. His defensive play has been at a high level as well, making him an obvious choice as...
Tags: Sweden, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Kings, Slovenia, NHL, North America, Taylor, Ducks, Dustin Brown, Los-angeles-kings, Pittsburgh, Montreal Canadiens, Bobby Ryan


Happy 59th Birthday Wayne Gretzky – The Great One’s 10 Most Unbreakable Records

Wayne Gretzky spent his entire professional hockey career (20 seasons in the NHL and one in the WHA) rewriting the record books. When ‘The Great One’ retired following the 1998-99 season, he held 61 NHL records. Gretzky’s stats have set the benchmark so high that it appears that many — if not all — of his records appear to be unbreakable. Here is a countdown of ten Gretzky records that will not be broken: 10. Most Art Ross Trophies in a Career (10) Winning the Art Ross Trophy as the N...
Tags: Washington, Sport, Joe Dimaggio, Ed, Hockey, NHL, Archives, Hall of Fame, Ross, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Edmonton Oilers, Gordie Howe, Wayne, Alex Ovechkin, Steven Stamkos


A Bank Wouldn't Take His Bias Settlement Money. So He's Suing.

Last week, Sauntore Thomas, a black man from Detroit, had a victory over profiling when he settled a race discrimination case against his former employer.But as he learned this week, it was too soon to celebrate.When he tried Tuesday to deposit the money at his TCF Bank, a new lawsuit says, he met resistance that escalated with a call to the police and what amounted to a claim of racial discrimination against the bank. The lawsuit called it "banking while black."After the assistant branch manage...
Tags: News, New York Times, Detroit, Thomas, Wayne, Gordon, Detroit Free Press, Circuit Court, TCF Bank, TCF, Charles Lister, Livonia, Deborah Gordon, Lister, TCF Financial Corp, Livonia Michigan


Lil Wayne Announces New Album Funeral, Out Next Week

Back in 2018, Lil Wayne finally accomplished something that had seemed impossible: He released Tha Carter V. After years of bitter words and legal battles with his longtime label Cash Money Records, Wayne became a free agent and put out the album that his label had shelved back in 2012. Artistically, Tha Carter … More »
Tags: Music, News, Lil Wayne, Carter, Wayne


Former NDSU coach Saul Phillips helps rescue woman in labor trapped in blizzard

You might remember Saul Phillips best as the former men's basketball head coach of North Dakota State from 2007-14. He took over when Tim Miles left to coach Colorado State and led the Bison to two NCAA tournament berths (picture is from the 2009 tournament at the Metrodome), including an upset of Oklahoma in the first round of the 2014 tournament that he parlayed into a new job at Ohio. Phillips was let go by Ohio in March after a less-successful five-year run there and is now the head coach at...
Tags: Aberdeen, Ncaa, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tim Miles, Wayne, Phillips, Nicole, Colorado State, Sioux Falls, Metrodome, North Dakota State, Wakefield, NDSU, McFeely, Augustana


Jane Lubchenco selected as the first recipient of the Mary Sears Medal

(The Oceanography Society) The Oceanography Society proudly announces that Dr. Jane Lubchenco, the Wayne and Gladys Valley Professor of Marine Biology at Oregon State University, has been selected as the first recipient of the Mary Sears Medal. This honor recognizes Professor Lubchenco's exceptional leadership and original contributions to research on biodiversity, rocky seashore ecology, and solutions to restore ocean health and sustainable fisheries.
Tags: Wayne, Oregon State University, Oceanography Society The Oceanography Society, Jane Lubchenco, Lubchenco, Gladys Valley


If it falls on the floor it’s a toy…

and all toys are mine, right? Rio has some sound Sheltie logic there, Wayne! ;) Sheltie Nation - Largest Community of Sheltie Lovers on the Net!
Tags: Crafts, Sports, Wayne, Toys & Games


The Green Bay Packers gave Lil Wayne a Christmas gift any Cheesehead would crave

"That's my team forever, and ever, and ever," Wayne said in an Instagram video where he showed off his Packers memorabilia.          [Author: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Tags: Religion, Green Bay Packers, Lil Wayne, Wayne, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


Greater Clements - Starting Over Is Not For Everyone

Reviewed by Judd Hollander Just about everybody has wished for a second chance at least once in their lives. The opportunity to undo a certain decision, change the direction of one's life or simply move on from the past. So it is in Samuel D. Hunter's fascinating and often bleak new play, Greater Clements. A place where possibilities and emptiness walk hand in hand. The show now at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre at Lincoln Center . In 2017, Maggie (Judith Ivey), a 65 year-old widow, r...
Tags: California, Theatre, Lincoln Center, Maggie, Joe, Billy, Wayne, Lincoln Center Theater, Donovan, Clements, Charles Erickson, Samuel D Hunter, Hellman, Davis McCallum, Judith Ivey, Judd Hollander


Tis the Season For Death Valley Superstars

Duke Haney released Death Valley Superstars last December with Delancy Street Press.  You can purchase a copy, and purchase a copy you should, here.  Btw, the Kindle version is just 1.99. I mean, seriously, go get the dang thing! Though its tone is sometimes comic, “Death Valley Superstars“ is nevertheless a livre noir, and no liquor says noir to me like whisky, whether bourbon, scotch, Irish, or Canadian. Steve Cochran, a noir figure both on- and offscreen and one of the short-l...
Tags: Books, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Marilyn Monroe, John, Las Vegas, Duke, James Dean, Roger Corman, West Hollywood, Morrison, Wayne, Monroe, Sunset Boulevard, Jim Morrison, LARB


The Presidential Class of 2019: Remembering the 14 Who Moved On

This year saw 13 Democratic candidates and one Republican drop out. Our photographers captured them on the campaign trail. As 2019 ends, here’s a look back.
Tags: News, Bill, Republican, Jay, De Blasio, Steve, BETO, Moulton, Mark, HARRIS, Wayne, Ryan, Inslee, Sanford, John W, Hickenlooper