Month: April 2022

Don Winslow has had many careers: private investigator, safari guide, best-selling crime novelist, Hollywood screenwriter, and, in the last few years, political activist. On his social media feeds, Winslow regularly drops videos like #JoeManchinSenatorForSale or Trump is Lying to You. The videos — which Winslow writes and produces with his longtime agent, Shane Salerno, under
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Today’s Featured Deals In Case You Missed Yesterday’s Most Popular Deals Previous Daily Deals Wahala by Nikki May for $4.99 Force of Nature by Jane Harper for $2.99 This Is How It Always Is by Laurie Frankel for $3.99 Another Brooklyn by Jacqueline Woodson for $4.99 Black Girls Must Die Exhausted by Jayne Allen for
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Dr. Squatch, a Southern California-based maker of natural soaps, deodorant and other personal-care products, has secured $10 million in tax credits. The company gained the tax breaks through Subcity, an online platform that identifies and secures tax credits and incentives for small and medium-sized businesses. Tom Ramhorst, Dr. Squatch’s chief operating officer, said his business
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EXCLUSIVE: Trai Byers, Ray Fisher, April Matthis and Michael Potts have joined Samuel L. Jackson, Danielle Brooks and John David Washington in the cast of Broadway’s upcoming revival of August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson. The production, to be directed by LaTanya Richardson Jackson, will begin performances on Monday, Sept. 19, for a 16-week engagement at
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The threat actor behind the prolific Emotet botnet is testing new attack methods on a small scale before co-opting them into their larger volume malspam campaigns, potentially in response to Microsoft’s move to disable Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macros by default across its products. Calling the new activity a “departure” from the group’s typical
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Margo Price put her own spin on a 1970s Bobbie Gentry track for the newly-released deluxe version of her 2020 record That’s How Rumors Get Started. The award-winning singer-songwriter brings a modern edge to “He Made a Woman Out Of Me,” a cut from Gentry’s influential 1970 album Fancy. Sonically, Price stays close to the slow grooving original,
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Alec Baldwin and the Rust crew tried to parse what happened in the immediate aftermath of the on-set shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, with the actor expressing serious concern for the film’s cinematographer, as evidenced in newly released bodycam footage from the Santa Fe Sheriff’s office. In the several hours-long footage obtained by Rolling Stone
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Granada Hills Charter High School Academic Decathlon team for 2021-22 includes (not in order in photo) Zainab Al-Atya, Lily Fairbank-Bermejo, Vivian Le, Anthony Mercado (alternate), Vanessa Miller, Elyssa Nguyen (alternate), Kira Pospeshil, Matthew Salcedo, Colby Sapera, Garrett Scott, and Mason Wong. The team was led by head coach, Tyler Lee, and assistant coach Amy Contreras.
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The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is out with the winners of the 73rd annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards. The trophy ceremony was held tonight at the Wynn Encore Ballroom in Las Vegas, in partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters as part of its convention. The ceremony was hosted by Rich
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