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The Ducks’ Ones That Got Away: Part 1

Now that we’re all confined to our homes with little to do, our thoughts tend to wander. Without the Anaheim Ducks to watch, some of you may have found yourselves thinking about the one that got away. Just like you with your ex, the Ducks have had their fair share of beauties get away. Here’s a list of the ones they probably want back the most. From Karlsson to Kunitz: Rules for the Ones That Got Away Though there are many players the Ducks probably wish they could have had a “redo” with...
Tags: Atlanta, Sport, Penguins, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Whitney, Columbus, Ducks, Vegas, Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, Pittsburgh, Murray, Cincinnati, Pacific Division


Indie Stars Respond To Celebrity “Imagine” Video With Blink-182’s “I Miss You”

In ways that she couldn't have possibly anticipated, Gal Gadot gave the world a great gift last week. When Gadot rounded up a bunch of her friends to sing lines from John Lennon's "Imagine" into their phones, she gave us all something that we can mercilessly clown while we're stuck in quarantine. Already, … More »
Tags: Video, Music, John Lennon, Blink-182, Whitney, Mac Demarco, Ryley Walker, Natalie Prass, Dj Harrison, Kevin Morby, Lucius, Gal Gadot, David Bazan, Danny Brown, Matthew Koma, Demi Adejuyigbe


Take a Virtual Tour of 30 World-Class Museums & Safely Visit 2 Million Works of Fine Art

Since the first stirrings of the internet, artists and curators have puzzled over what the fluidity of online space would do to the experience of viewing works of art. At a conference on the subject in 2001, Susan Hazan of the Israel Museum wondered whether there is “space for enchantment in a technological world?” She referred to Walter Benjamin’s ruminations on the “potentially liberating phenomenon” of technologically reproduced art, yet also noted that “what was forfeited in this process we...
Tags: Google, Art, College, Smithsonian, Taipei, Archives, New York Public Library, Whitney, British Museum, Stanford University, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Facebook Twitter, Tate, Rosetta Stone, Cleveland Museum of Art, Vermeer


How G.L. Moore Tire Pros & Automotive Service Turns Online Customers Into Family, 24/7

When you are a third-generation business owner you know first-hand how to connect across generations . Whitney Moore, Office Manager of G.L. Moore Tire Pros & Automotive in Springfield, MO, has worked in the family business alongside her father Mark for 17 years and counting.   G.L. Moore Tire Pros & Automotive, Inc. was established in 1971 by Sandy and Gary “G.L.” Moore, Whitney’s great aunt and uncle.  G.L. Moore Tire Pros has remained a family-owned and operated business for 50 years. Wit...
Tags: Autos, Whitney, Customer Stories, Gary, Mark, Sandy, Springfield MO, Otis, ATD, Whitney Whitney, Service Provider Resources, Openbay News, Industry Profiles, G L Moore Tire Pros amp, G L Moore Tire Pros Automotive Inc, Gary G L Moore Whitney


U.S. Museums Begin to Close Over Coronavirus

Museum closures have begun in the United States, as The Whitney, The National Gallery of Art, and The Met announced plans to close. “Our highest priority is the safety and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, and visitors during this time,” a statement from The Whitney reads. “We look forward to reopening to our staff and community as […]
Tags: Art, News, United States, Whitney, Art News, Minipost, U S Museums Begin


New York Apartment For Sale, Only $43.9 Billion

For New York Apartment, an art project commissioned by The Whitney, artists Sam Lavigne and Tega Brain compiled actual NYC real estate listings into a listing for one mega apartment for sale. Compiled from actual online real estate listings, the artwork collapses the high and low ends of the market, architectural periods and styles, and neighborhoods and affordability into a single space that cumulatively creates a portrait of New York’s living spaces and the real estate market. Like a standa...
Tags: New York, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Whitney, Jason Kottke, Sam Lavigne, Tega Brain, Katz Deli Russ, Sam Lavigne Tega Brain


Good News: The Goodee Pop-Up Shop at the Whitney

Not long ago I met Canadian brothers Byron and Dexter Peart at the Whitney Museum in NYC for tea and to check out their Goodee Pop-Up Shop, which has been open since last November and is slated to stay put until early spring. I first became aware of Byron and Dexter through their luxury leather goods brand WANT Les Essentiels, which they founded in 2007; it quickly attracted a devoted following among style-conscious but understated urbanites. The brothers have that rare X-factor when it comes to...
Tags: Accessories, Books, NYC, La, Africa, EFI, Colombia, United Nations, Portugal, Vancouver, Burkina Faso, Montreal, Whitney, Byron, Dexter, Whitney Museum


A Whitney Houston Hologram Is Going on Tour Across Europe

(BURBANK, Calif.) — Whitney Houston is about to appear on the concert stage again. Eight years after her death, a holographic Houston will embark on a European tour that starts in England on Feb. 25 and runs through early April, with U.S. dates expected to follow. “Now is just the right time,” said Pat Houston, the singer’s sister-in-law, former manager and the executor of her estate, which is producing the show in collaboration with BASE Hologram. “In the spirit of Whitney, I know we’re do...
Tags: Europe, Music, England, News, Uncategorized, Carrie Fisher, Coachella, Houston, Whitney Houston, Whitney, Snoop Dogg, Roy Orbison, Burbank California, Burbank Calif, Maria Callas, Snell


I’m Looking for the Good in this Great Loss: A Reflection on Kobe’s Death

It felt different. It feels different. It don’t make sense. Kobe Bryant dying in a helicopter crash with his daughter, Gianna and 7 other people. Shit is wild to type out. It was wild to hear. A month later, it’s wild to even be saying it and knowing it’s real. After watching the memorial for Kobe and Gigi, I’m sitting here drained and spent. Yes, people die every day. Celebrities who we love pass on and we grieve them. This one feels different. It feels chaotic in a way where it feels like the...
Tags: Earth, Gigi, Michael Jordan, Humor, Nba, Kobe Bryant, Prince, Michael Jackson, Whitney, Staples Center, Kobe, Gianna, Vanessa Bryant, Famous folks, Hall of Famer Hollywood


Anaheim Ducks’ 5 Worst Trades in Franchise History

With the trade deadline once again here, the Anaheim Ducks find themselves in unfamiliar territory. The team will be bonafide sellers for the second year in a row and already got the ball rolling by sending Ondrej Kase to the Boston Bruins last week. We’ll have to wait and see how that move turns out, but there are plenty of trades that haven’t worked out for Anaheim. Here are five trades that we’ve labelled as the worst of the worst. 5. Beauchemin for Gardiner and Lupul Feb. 11, 2011 –...
Tags: Usa, Colorado, Boston, Toronto, Sport, Finland, Dallas, San Jose, AHL, Hockey, NHL, North America, San Jose Sharks, Whitney, Columbus, Ducks


Digital Trends Live: Twitter fact checks, Whitney’s hologram, and more

On this Digital Trends Live, we talk the biggest tech topics including Twitter’s fact-check feature and more.
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Trends, Social Media, Whitney Houston, Whitney, Holograms, Dt Live, Digital Trends Live, Samsung Galazy S20


Mexican Muralists Changed the Course of 20th-Century American Art. A New Exhibit Explores Their Influence

Jackson Pollock’s best-known influences include European greats like Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró. But often overlooked is the artist’s time at New York’s Experimental Workshop, founded in 1936 by David Alfaro Siqueiros, who along with Diego Rivera and José Clemente Orozco made up “los tres grandes” who led the postrevolution Mexican muralism movement. Siqueiros founded the Workshop in New York City in 1936, guided by the philosophy that in order to make truly radical art, artists must ...
Tags: Art, Europe, New York, News, California, Mexico, New York City, Uncategorized, America, United States, Pablo Picasso, States, Museum of Modern Art, Detroit, Whitney, Franklin Delano Roosevelt


Disrupt Yourself: Play To Your Distinctive Strengths

Personal Disruption (n.): The act of using a practice employed by companies — wherein a product deemed inferior by the market leader (Amazon v. Borders, Uber v. Yellow Cab) eventually upends the industry — and applying it to yourself and your career. As the co-founder of a boutique investment firm with Clayton Christensen, Whitney Johnson came to realize that the frameworks of disruption not only apply to innovation and investing, but to individuals. She outlines the guardrails that speed our pr...
Tags: Amazon, Video, Leadership, Whitney, Webinar, Strengths, Webinars, Lisa, Lois, Whitney Johnson, Lois Zachary, Disrupt Yourself, Lisa Fain, Borders Uber, Clayton Christensen Whitney Johnson


‘Anything Good in This Country Has Had to Be Wrestled Free.’ What Whitney Houston’s Rendition of the National Anthem Taught Me About America

“No union is more profound than marriage, for it ­embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice and family,” the pastor said at our wedding ceremony, borrowing from Justice Anthony Kennedy’s opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, the Supreme Court case that made same-sex marriage equality the law of the land. I realize now that I didn’t understand the gravity of those words. Everything I did that day was a leap of faith, but when you’re in a church, all you need is faith, isn...
Tags: News, Washington, Relationships, Uncategorized, America, Afghanistan, David, United States, Whitney Houston, Whitney, Random House, South Carolina, Michael, Martin, Eric, Anthony Kennedy


Girls basketball: Sierra Canyon starts Open Division; Granada Hills, El Camino Real in City semis

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. The Sierra Canyon girls basketball team will start its journey back to the CIF Southern Section Open Division title game Saturday night when it hosts Lynwood at 7 p.m. The No. 1 Trailblazers are the defending CIF State Open Division champs, but lost in the Southern Section final to rival Windward last year 73-58 at Cal Baptist University. This year, however, Sierra Canyon is the favorite, led by Vanessa De...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Whitney, Paramount, Valencia, Hamilton, High School Sports, Highland, Eagles, Daily News, Huntington Beach, Anaheim, Saugus, Westlake, Barstow


Radical Women: Stream the Getty’s Podcast That Features Six Major 20th-Century Artists, All Female

Only recently has “actor” become an acceptable gender-neutral term for performers of stage and screen. Prior to that, we had “actor” and “actress,” and while there may have been some problematic assumptions concerning the type of woman who might be drawn to the profession, there was arguably linguistic parity between the two words. Not so for artists. In the not-so-distant past, female artists invariably found themselves referred to as “female artists.” Not great, when male artists were referr...
Tags: Google, Art, New York, Podcasts, College, Life, History, Yoko Ono, Museums, New York Times, Getty, Annie, Whitney, Public Domain, Facebook Twitter, East Harlem


Red-light cameras certainly are legal in some cities

Q. Recently my friend received a “courtesy notice” from the Garden Grove Police Department. Enclosed were a few photos of his vehicle at an intersection. It stated they want him to make an appointment to view the video of his vehicle going 15 mph through a red light. Are photo-enforcement pictures allowed as a way of giving someone a traffic citation? Is this legal to do at intersections? – Gayle Brierly, Los Angeles A. Honk wishes he didn’t know so much about red-light runners caught on camera ...
Tags: London, News, Sport, Soccer, DMV, California Highway Patrol, Associated Press, Fulham, Orange County, Orange, Whitney, Usc, Riverside, Department of Motor Vehicles, Carpenter, Orange County Transportation Authority


St. Francis basketball emerging from Mission League chaos thanks to Andre Henry

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. St. Francis boys basketball coach Todd Wolfson said he’s been asked an appalling question twice this season. “I’ve been asked if our varsity team is the JV team during warmups,” Wolfson said. “We don’t pass the eyeball test, but when you build a great culture good things happen.” The Golden Knights are 21-6 over and 3-2 in Mission League play with a chance to finish in sole possession of second place with ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Whitney, Notre Dame, High School Sports, Eagles, Henry, St Francis, Loyola, San Fernando Valley, UC Irvine, Wolfson, Alemany, Chaminade, Crespi


Alemany’s Brandon Whitney voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Athlete: Brandon Whitney School: Alemany Sport: Basketball Noteworthy: Whitney had a stellar week in terms of scoring and timing. The Montana commit had 18 points, including the game-winning basket, in a 73-71 win over Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks. He followed that with a 42-point performance in an 83-79 overtime win over Crespi. He scored 36 of his 42 points in the second half. Alemany is 18-5 overall and 3-1 in the Mission League.
Tags: Montana, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Whitney, High School Sports, Alemany, Crespi, High School Basketball, Brandon Whitney, Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks, Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week, Alemany Sport


Billie Eilish

It was nice to see Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell run the table on the Grammy’s last night. It was yet another sign that the age of self made artists is upon us. As is our custom, my partner Andy and our friend Whitney posted some music to Twitter today. Andy and I went with Billie Eilish. it's fun to go back and listen to her early stuff on SoundCloud. https://t.co/auxqxaO2sd so nice to see her and her brother get the props they deserve.— Fred Wilson (@fredwilson) Jan...
Tags: Music, Billie, Trends, Whitney, Arnold, Fred Wilson, Andy, Billie Eilish, Albert Wenger, Finneas O Connell, Matt Cynamon


Kentucky freshman, former five-star recruit Kahlil Whitney leaving program

Just 18 games into his collegiate career, Kentucky freshman Khalil Whitney is leaving the Wildcats program. Whitney, a former five-star recruit and McDonald's All-American, announced on Friday on Twitter that he will transfer. “Like so many others, playing at UK had always been a dream of mine,” Whitney wrote on Twitter, in part.
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Former five-star recruit Whitney leaving Kentucky

After just 18 games, Kentucky freshman Kahlil Whitney is leaving the program.
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Whitney Peyton – “Alpha” (Album Review)

Whitney Peyton is a 25 year old MC from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who rose to prominence in the underground by releasing 3 albums, 2 mixtapes & 4 EPs all independently. She recently signed to Burbank, California powerhouse Suburban Noize Records this past fall & to ring in the new decade, she’s making her Subnoize debut with her 4th studio album. Things kick off with “Villain”, where Whitney compares herself to just that over a suspenseful instrumental. The next song “Double Up” flexes over...
Tags: Reviews, Jazz, Whitney, Enemy, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, Whitney Peyton, Gina Fritz, Subnoize


Kentucky basketball's Kahlil Whitney, a former top recruit, announces plans to leave school

Kentucky basketball freshman Kahlil Whitney announced Friday he is leaving the program. Whitney was one of the nation's top recruits.         [Author: Louisville Courier Journal]
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Kentucky forward Kahlil Whitney leaving the No. 15 Wildcats

Kentucky freshman forward Kahlil Whitney says on his verified Twitter that his time at the school “has not gone as I had hoped” and that he will leave the No. 15 Wildcats. The 6-foot-6, 210-pound Whitney averaged 3.3 points and 1.7 rebounds and started eight of Kentucky's first 11 games.
Tags: News, Kentucky, Whitney, NCAAB, Wildcats, Kahlil Whitney


Basketball roundup: Chaminade back in win column after downing Alemany

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. WEST HILLS >> The matchup of the night was between Chaminade’s KJ Simpson and Alemany’s Brandon Whitney – two of the area’s best point guards. Whitney outscored Simpson, but Simpson helped to orchestrate Chaminade’s 71-59 Mission League win Wednesday night at home with 16 points and a great floor game. Keith Higgins led the Eagles with 22 points, and center Abe Eagle added 16. Brandon Whitney had 23 points...
Tags: Montana, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Whitney, High School Sports, Eagle, Ponce, Eagles, Cubs, Simpson, St Francis, Abe, Loyola, San Fernando Valley, Higgins


VOTE: Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week (Jan. 24)

Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) nominate Athletes of the Week for their respective region. Each nominee is entered into the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week county-wide vote. Click on the newspaper ...
Tags: Montana, Sports, Sport, West, Soccer, Whitney, Paramount, Eisenhower, High School Sports, Eagles, Carr, Mendoza, Downey, West Torrance, Trojans, San Gorgonio


Daily News Boys Athlete of the Week: Brandon Whitney, Alemany

Daily News Boys Athlete of the Week Name: Brandon Whitney School: Alemany Sport: Basketball Year: Senior Noteworthy: Whitney had a stellar week in both scoring and timing. The Montana commit had 18 points, including the game-winning basket, in a 73-71 win over Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks Wednesday night. He followed that up with a 42-point performance Friday night in a narrow 83-79 overtime win over Crespi. He scored 36 of his 42 points in the second half. Alemany is 18-5 overall and 3-1 in the M...
Tags: Montana, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Whitney, High School Sports, San Fernando Valley, Alemany, Crespi, High School Basketball, Brandon Whitney, Brandon Whitney Alemany, Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks, Daily News Boys Athlete


Basketball roundup: Taft remains unbeaten in West Valley League with win over rival El Camino Real

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. WOODLAND HILLS >> Short-handed, but not short on effort, the Conquistadores kept it competitive for three quarters against their cross-town rivals. But the Taft offense proved too much as the Toreadors pulled away in the fourth. Staying atop in the West Valley League, the Taft defeated the El Camino Real 69-50 Friday night in Woodland Hills. Taft sophomore Ramel Lloyd led all scorers with 28 points, many c...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, New Jersey, Birmingham, Taylor, Whitney, Vikings, Valencia, High School Sports, Patriots, Braun, Eagles, Taft, Saugus, Hart


Pratt & Whitney expects GTF engine software update on A220 jet in spring

A software update for the GTF engine on Airbus' smallest jet, the A220, is expected in the spring, pending regulatory approval, a top executive at United Technologies Corp's Pratt & Whitney aircraft engine division said on Wednesday.
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