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LEADING OFF: Scherzer vs. deGrom, Hamels faces Phillies

A look at what’s happening around the majors Wednesday: CURTAIN UP! LIGHT THE LIGHTS! Max Scherzer, the 2016 and ’17 NL Cy Young Award winner, starts for Washington and Jacob deGrom, the 2018 NL Cy Young winner, starts for the New York Mets in a rematch of opening-day starters. The Mets won the opener 2-0 […]
Tags: News, Washington, Sports, Mlb, Young, New York Mets, Phillies, Mets, Jacob, Hamels, Max Scherzer, Scherzer


The government of Baltimore has been taken hostage by ransomware and may remain shut down for weeks

Nearly two weeks after the city of Baltimore's internal networks were compromised by the Samsam ransomware worm (previously), the city is still weeks away from recovering services -- that's weeks during which the city is unable to process utility payments or municipal fines, register house sales, or perform other basic functions of city governance. 911 and emergency services are OK, because after they were hit by a ransomware attack last year, they were hardened against future attacks. The ...
Tags: Security, Post, Corruption, News, Maryland, Microsoft, Austerity, Ransomware, Infosec, Johnson, Baltimore, Young, Amazon Web Services, Catherine Pugh, Law Department, Samsam


For Better and Worse, ‘Oliver and Company’ Ushered Disney Into the Modern Age of Animation

(Revisiting the Renaissance is a bi-weekly series in which Josh Spiegel looks back at the history and making of the 13 films of the Disney Renaissance, released between 1986 and 1999. In today’s column, Spiegel discusses the 1988 Charles Dickens adaptation Oliver & Company .) When Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Frank Wells joined the C-suite at the Walt Disney Company in 1984, they did so with the intent of boosting the company’s profile, internally and externally. In the mid-1980s...
Tags: London, Movies, New York City, Disney, Features, Tom Hanks, Animation, Billy Joel, Beverly Hills, Charles Dickens, Walt Disney Company, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Arthur Conan Doyle, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Bette Midler, Coca Cola


UK: Young v Royal And Sun Alliance Plc: Disclosure Under The Insurance Act 2015 - Clyde & Co

Scottish court finds insurer had not waived disclosure under the Insurance Act 2015
Tags: UK, News, Young, Royal And Sun Alliance Plc


Hawaii Gun Carry Case To Supreme Court

David Codrea: The case is New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New York, challenging restrictions on transporting licensed firearms outside the home. Beck and Stamboulieh represent George Young in his complaint against the State of Hawaii for denying him a carry permit. [ … ] “Mr. Young has now been on appeal in the Ninth Circuit since December 24, 2012 (six years, four months and twenty days) and there is still no end in sight. Mr. Young will be seventy years old this year in Se...
Tags: Beck, Military, Hawaii, Gun Control, Vietnam, Young, George Young, Ninth Circuit, David Codrea, New York State Rifle Pistol Association, Hawaii Gun Laws, Stamboulieh, City of New York, Hawaii Gun Carry Case To Supreme Court


Official Trailer for 'David Crosby: Remember My Name' Documentary

"Do you ever wonder why you are still alive?" Sony Pictures Classics has debuted an official trailer for an indie documentary titled David Crosby: Remember My Name, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. This unconventional rock doc profiles the life and times and music of David Crosby. Sundance explains: "From frame one, David Crosby—of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young) fame—ushers us into depths of brutal honesty and self-examination ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Documentaries, Cameron Crowe, Young, Crosby, David Crosby, Sony Pictures Classics, Crosby Stills Nash, To Watch, David Crosby Sundance


‘Blood on Black Wax’ is a Passionate Tribute to Movie Soundtracks and Vinyl – And a Must-Own For Horror Fans

“ Vinyl is one of those beautiful mediums that should not die out. I think film scores are in general enjoying more of a renaissance as a celebrated art form, and that ’ s beautiful. Vinyl is one of the things that contributes to letting people know that the scores to films are in themselves works of art that are worth being treasured. ”  –  Michael Abels, Composer of Us and Get Out In the foreword of 1984 Publishing and Rue Morgue ’ s latest book, Blood on Black Wax: Horror Sou...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Features, House, Catholic Church, John Williams, Young, Chris, Ennio Morricone, Bernard Herrmann, Jerry Goldsmith, John Carpenter, Lalo Schifrin, Goldsmith, Andrew Wright, Musica


Home Is Where the Greek Drama Is

The choreographer and performance artist Ann Liv Young is using her Bushwick apartment — and her daughters and animals — in her version of “Antigone.”
Tags: News, Dancing, Theater, Ny, Young, Bushwick, Ann Liv Young, Bushwick (Brooklyn, Antigone (Play, Ann Liv


Lawyers for Hawaii Gun Carry Lawsuit File Supreme Court Brief in New York Case

“It is apparently just fine for him to be taken from his home country to fight in Vietnam with high powered weaponry but then to forbid him to carry a handgun outside his home for self-defense in Hawaii.” (Brief of Amicus Curiae George K. Young in Support of Petitioners) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “There is no question that the right to keep and bear arms extends outside the home,” attorneys Alan Beck and Stephen Stamboulieh argue in a friend of the court brief filed Tuesday in the Supreme Cou...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Guns, Supreme Court, Court, Beck, Hawaii, Resistance, Vietnam, Young, George Young, Ninth Circuit, United States Supreme Court, Heller, David Codrea, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals


Lorez Alexandria: Sings Pres

Lorez Alexandria was a superb singer in the Sarah Vaughan tradition. Alexandria recorded more than 20 albums over a 36-year period starting in 1957. Why she isn't a household name today is beyond me. Perhaps it was the smaller labels she was on or her decision to cling to Chicago, a lesser media market, for much of her career. Or maybe one Sarah Vaughan was sufficient. There are no bad Alexandria albums. All have a hip, confident charm. One of my favorites is her second album, Lorez Sings Pres...
Tags: London, Chicago, Mick Jagger, Jazz, Michael Jackson, Young, Alexandria, Fleming, Delmark Records, Sarah Vaughan, Pres, Sassy, Marc Myers, Lester Young, Eldee Young, Ramsey Lewis Trio


Essay: Why Apollo 10 Stopped Just 47,000 Feet From the Moon

In a year when we’ll celebrate Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary, it’s worth remembering the pathfinders who completed the same mission with one critical order: don’t actually land on the moon.
Tags: News, Moon, Young, Apollo Project, John W, Stafford, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Thomas P, Cernan, Space and Astronomy, Nineteen Hundred Sixties, Eugene (1934-


La Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans

This past weekend I was in Boston for some cultcha and went to The Museum of Fine Arts. Among several paintings, pastels, and drawings of dancers by Edgar Degas, a bronze casting of his sculpture La Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans caught my eye: This is Degas’s largest surviving sculpture and the only one he titled and exhibited. The original wax version, a portrait of a young Belgian dancer named Marie van Goethem, was shown at the 1881 Impressionist exhibition in Paris. The wax was tinted t...
Tags: Boston, Paris, Edgar Degas, Young, Jason Kottke, Garnier, Degas, Paris Opera Ballet, Marie van Goethem, Wolkoff, J K Huysmans, Museum of Fine Arts Among, Julia Wolkoff, Van Goethem


Split Sixth Circuit panel finds statutory max sentence substantively unreasonable(!) for felon-in-possession with long criminal history

A helpful reader made sure I did not miss the interesting (unpublished!) ruling of a Sixth Circuit panel late last week in US v. Warren, No. 18-3141 (6th Cir. May 10, 2019) (available here). Here is how the majority opinion in Warren starts and ends: At Davian Warren’s sentencing hearing, both Warren and the government sought a 51-to-63-month sentence — a term that was recommended in Warren’s presentence report and that fell within the applicable Sentencing Guidelines range.  Instead, the distr...
Tags: Sixth Circuit, Law, US, United States, Warren, Young, Villarreal, Booker, Allen, Lanning, ACCA, Batchelder, Douglas A Berman, Split Sixth Circuit, Vowell, Davian Warren


How school resource officers in Southern California are connecting with students to prevent shootings, other crimes

As legislators in Sacramento and around the country work to prevent school shootings and protect students from active shooters, Southern California school police officers daily worry about that problem — and many other potential threats to student safety. The officers and deputies assigned to schools, called School Resource Officers or SROs, are tasked with generally keeping order, breaking up fights and dealing with problems like drug dealing, gang activity and bullying. The officers work to pr...
Tags: School, Florida, News, Shooting, California, Police, Sacramento, America, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Jerry Brown, Edison High School, Riverside County, Denver, Sandy Hook


Bruins Got the Goals & Goaltending They Needed to Advance

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Boston Bruins got some timely goals in their tight Eastern Conference semifinal series with Columbus, and when the goals weren’t coming, Tuukka Rask stood tall. The Finn turned in his best playoff performance so far in the 3-0 win over the Blue Jackets in Game 6 that clinched the series and propelled the Bruins into the conference final against Carolina. Related: Bruins Finish off Blue Jackets – Face Canes in Conference Final The Blue Jackets played hard and foreche...
Tags: Boston, Toronto, Sport, The Boston Bruins, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, Young, New York Islanders, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Marcus Johansson, David Krejci, David Pastrnak, Krejci, COLUMBUS Ohio


Venerable Female Artists, Musicians & Authors Give Advice to the Young: Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson & More

To the Louisiana Channel and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, on behalf of mature women everywhere: Thank you. You have excellent taste. We’ve weathered invisibility and Mom jeans jokes, as representatives from our demographic are judged more harshly in categories that never seem to apply to their male counterparts in politics and the performing arts. You’ll find plenty of celebrated male artists contributing advice to emerging artists in the Louisiana Project’s video series, but the ...
Tags: Google, Art, Film, College, Life, New York City, Literature, Louisiana, Toni Morrison, Young, Laurie Anderson, Facebook Twitter, Yayoi Kusama, Lydia Davis, Louisiana Channel, Patti Smith Laurie Anderson


Student Activists Push Back Against Florida Bill That Arms Teachers

The Republican-controlled Florida House of Representatives approved a bill that would allow teachers to carry guns in their classrooms after emotional debate on Wednesday that reportedly left some lawmakers in tears. Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign the widely opposed bill into law.The decision prompted a forceful and immediate outcry by student activists, including those who were affected by the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, last February."NO NO NO NO N...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Florida, US, Fbi, United States, House, Young, Miami Herald, Fl, Ron DeSantis, Florida House of Representatives, Parrow, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Parkland FL


Georgia completes execution after courts reject array of final appeals

As reported in this local article, "Scotty Morrow [with a]ppeals exhausted, clemency denied, ... at 9:38 p.m. .. became the first person executed by the state of Georgia this year."  Here is more about his crime and filed appeals:  The father of two and grandfather of four said in his petition for clemency that he thought every day about what happened on Dec. 29, 1994.  Spurned over the phone by his ex-girlfriend, Barbara Ann Young, Morrow drove to her house and fatally shot her and her friend,...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Georgia, Young, Gainesville, U S Supreme Court, Georgia Supreme Court, Morrow, Hall County, State Board of Pardons and Paroles, Douglas A Berman, Scotty Morrow, Barbara Ann Young Morrow, Tonya Woods, Barbara Ann Young, LaToya Horne


Scandal-Plagued Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh Resigns

Baltimore mayor Catherine Pugh resigned Thursday amid a mushrooming corruption scandal. Pugh's resignation is effective immediately, her attorney Steve Silverman said at a press conference that she herself did not attend.“Dear citizens of Baltimore, I would like to thank you for allowing me to serve as the 50th mayor. It has been an honor and privilege,” Pugh said in a statement read by Silverman. “I'm sorry for the harm that I have caused to the image of the city of Baltimore and the cr...
Tags: News, Kaiser Permanente, City Council, Jack, Steve Silverman, Baltimore, Young, Irs, City Hall, Bernard, Silverman, Baltimore Sun, Catherine Pugh, Pugh, Associated Black Charities, University of Maryland Medical System UMMS


Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh resigns over book grift scandal

Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh is resigning. Her residences and offices have been raided by the FBI and IRS, and she is under federal and state investigations for what sure as heck look like crime-y acts involving unbelievably lucrative sales of her self-published children’s book series, 'Healthy Holly.' Pugh is a Democrat and a former state lawmaker. Her troubles began in March, when the Baltimore Sun and other news outlets reported on her super high-value book deals with companies that d...
Tags: Post, News, Maryland, Washington Post, US news, Fbi, City Council, Baltimore, Young, Irs, Freddie Gray, Catherine E Pugh, Baltimore Sun, Catherine Pugh, Pugh, Picks


Chinese plastic surgery marketplace So-Young goes public

China-based So-Young International Inc, an online plastic surgery marketplace, has raised $179.4 million for its IPO after pricing its 13 million shares at $13.80 per share. The stock began trading May 2, 2019 on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol “SY.” Deutsche Bank Securities Inc and China International Capital Corporation Hong Kong Securities Limited are the underwriters. So-Young’s pre-IPO backers include Matrix Partners, Trustbridge Partners, Apax Partners and Orchid Asia. PRESS RELEASE BEI...
Tags: China, Ipo, US, Trends, IPOs, Beijing, Young, Company, U S Securities and Exchange Commission, Needham Company LLC, Deutsche Bank Securities Inc, Sy, Nasdaq Global Market, So Young International Inc, SY Deutsche Bank Securities Inc, Matrix Partners Trustbridge Partners Apax Partners


Iglesias homers off Diaz in 9th, Reds edge Mets 1-0

NEW YORK (AP) — Jose Iglesias homered off Edwin Diaz in the ninth inning to give the Cincinnati Reds a 1-0 victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday night. Mets ace Jacob deGrom rediscovered his Cy Young form, throwing seven shutout innings of three-hit ball after losing his previous three starts. But as was […]
Tags: New York, News, Sports, Ap, Young, Cincinnati Reds, New York Mets, Iglesias, Mets, Diaz, Jacob deGrom, Jose Iglesias, Edwin Diaz


Long Beach terror plot case highlights new challenges for investigators as online recruiting grows

The Southern California man accused of plotting a bomb attack at a Long Beach rally last weekend fit the profile of other extremists bent on violence over the past two decades, counter-terrorism experts said Wednesday. But Mark Domingo also represents a new threat of deep concern to terrorism investigators — the growing use of online forums and other internet tools to link isolated, frustrated young people with extremist groups. FBI investigators in Los Angeles said they were first alerted to Do...
Tags: Isis, News, Islamic State, Iraq, Los Angeles, Sport, Syria, Long, Fbi, Soccer, Long Beach, Las Vegas, Local News, Young, Kik, Southern California


State bar court suspends Richard Foster’s law license in ethics case

Attorney Richard Foster was once one of the most powerful figures in global aquatic sports; a board member for the U.S. Olympic Committee, a vice chairman with FINA, the sport’s worldwide governing body, president of USA Water Polo, chairman of the 2004 U.S. Olympic swimming trials, an attorney for at least 12 Olympic champions including Mark Spitz and Janet Evans. The State Bar Court of California has ruled that Foster misled and betrayed the trust and confidence of a client, Olympic swimming p...
Tags: Chuck, Usa, California, Senate, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Olympics, Long Beach, Orange County, Young, Hutchinson, Foster, Hutchison, Howard, Team USA


Baltimore Police: Gunman Shot Into Crowd At Random, Killing 1 And Injuring 7

BALTIMORE (AP) — A gunman fired indiscriminately into a crowd that had gathered for Sunday afternoon cookouts along a west Baltimore street, killing a man and wounding seven other people, authorities and reports said. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said the gunfire erupted after 5 p.m. on a block in the city’s western district of brick row homes. Harrison said a man approached a crowd on foot and began firing in what he called “a very tragic, very cowardly shooting.” Speaking at the scene ...
Tags: News, Shooting, Ap, Baltimore, Gun Violence, Young, West Baltimore, Baltimore Sun, Harrison, Michael Harrison, Jack Young, Cristina Cabrera, Random Killing, AP story


Break me off a piece of that ethanol unit – ADM separates ethanol business

It’s in the Wall Street Journal. It’s in the Financial Times. It’s in Yahoo Finance. And of course, it’s in The Digest. It’s the Archer Daniels Midland Company breaking news of breaking off their ethanol unit…and a tumbling 40% decline in profit. In Chicago, Archer Daniels Midland Company reported their financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2019, but most interesting to us, they are looking at . They are also taking other actions to restructure and deal with challenges they say inc...
Tags: China, Chicago, Canada, Top Stories, North America, Ethanol, Young, Adm, Reuters, University Of Illinois, Archer Daniels Midland, Archer Daniels Midland Company, Peoria Illinois, Luciano, U S Energy Information Administration, Green Plains


Slime convention includes 16-year-old who bought a $45,000 Tesla with slime profits

Some kids play soccer. Other kids make slime. Guess who has more money for college? Take, for example, Rancho Santa Margarita teen Nick Werfelmann. The Tesoro High student and social media slime sensation just bought a 2019 Tesla Model 3 for $45,000. With cash. He’s 16. Related: Photos: Tustin gets slimed You can meet him Sunday, April 28, at the SoCal Slime Bonanza at The District at Tustin Legacy. He’ll be among 40 of Southern California’s social media slime celebs selling their creations. N...
Tags: News, Tesla, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, New York Times, Times, Young, NICK, Valencia, Nickelodeon, Southern California, Riverside, Ashley, Rancho Santa Margarita, Tustin


Acting Baltimore mayor settles in as Pugh stays out of sight

BALTIMORE (AP) — When Bernard “Jack” Young automatically became Baltimore’s acting mayor on April 1, he emphasized that he’d act only as a “placeholder” for the embattled elected mayor. But it’s been more than three weeks since Mayor Catherine Pugh slipped out of sight on an indefinite leave of absence, and it appears Young is […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Baltimore, Young, Catherine Pugh, Pugh, Bernard Jack Young


LAUSD might push to drop voting age to 16 for board elections

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education approved a resolution Tuesday to research the feasibility of a 2020 ballot measure lowering the voting age to 16 in board elections. The motion introduced by student board member Tyler Okeke, board President Monica Garcia and board member Kelly Gonez calls for Superintendent Austin Beutner to report back to the board by June 18 on the results of research. More than 75 students from schools across Los Angeles County rallied ...
Tags: Politics, Elections, News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Young, Los Angeles County, Valley, Austin Beutner, Okeke, Top Stories LADN, Kelly Gonez


Argument analysis: Justices appear likely to endorse broader reading of FOIA exemption for “confidential” commercial information

An observer might be excused if she was confused by Monday’s oral argument in Food Marketing Institute v. Argus Leader Media. The case concerns the application of the term “confidential” commercial or financial information in Exemption 4 of the Freedom of Information Act to grocery-store data collected from transactions involving debit cards issued to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits recipients. A South Dakota newspaper had requested the data as part of its investigations into ...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Usda, National Parks, South Dakota, Foia, Circuit, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Young, Morton, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, U S Department of Agriculture, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program