Turns out the Dodgers didn’t send down Chris Withrow or have some other reliever go on the disabled list with a sudden injury to activate Brian Wilson.
That hurts. Not sure what, but something. Something bothersome enough to land a reliever on the disabled list.
ZZ Top at The Paramount in 2013 (more by Greg Cristman) Guitar great Jeff Beck, who recently toured with Brian Wilson, will hit the road with another group of legends this summer, bearded blues lovers ZZ Top. The tour will...
Apollo 13 meets Here Comes Honey Boo Boo? Hard to say yet what might come from the venture, called New Form, that unites the Hollywood creative team — plus lawyer Craig Jacobson, TV exec Ed Wilson, agent Jim Wiatt, film exec Michael Rosenberg and CAA — with pay TV’s leading producer of non-fiction programming. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Brian Wilson was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a nerve irritation in his right (pitching) elbow, the team announced following Tuesday's 3-2 win over the San Diego Padres. Ken Gurnick of MLB.comShow More Summary
If you thought Brian Wilson did not look right Sunday night, turns out he wasn’t.
Brian Wilson's transformation into an actual w ookie is nearly complete. Sunday marked the Dodgers' domestic opener, pitting Los Angeles against the San Diego Padres. In the eighth inning, Brian Wilson came in with a 1-0 lead and quickly...Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO — See, we don’t know this Brian Wilson. Never really seen him.
The Los Angeles Dodgers' second game of 2014 season was marred by a late bullpen implosion. So was their third game of the season on Sunday night. One of these bullpen implosions is more concerning than the other, and I'll give you a hint which one it is: The one we just saw. It actually cost the Dodgers, for one. Show More Summary
Combine Brian Wilson's angelic vocals from the Beach Boys' "I Know There's an Answer" with the bull-in-heat grind of the Stooges' "No Fun" and you'd think a hideous trainwreck would ensue. But redtelephone66 somehow makes these incongruous elements cohere into a surprisingly righteous mashup (remember those?). Show More Summary
When New York local and national media descended on East Harlem Wednesday morning after two buildings exploded, Brian Wilson wasn’t far behind. And he brought along with his DJI Phantom 2 quadcopter, a camera-equipped drone that hovered...Show More Summary
When two buildings collapsed in Harlem killing 8 and injuring more than 70, a local man’s first reaction was to grab his three pound drone and head to the site. Brian Wilson used his DJI Phantom drone to shoot images while the scene was still shrouded in dust. Show More Summary
New York Daily News Drone-captured video and images of the Harlem explosion aftermath made for riveting viewing on the New York Daily News site Thursday. The drone belongs to 45-year-old Brian Wilson, a business systems expert, the Daily News reported.… Read more
A man captured an incredible aerial view of the wreckage from a massive explosion in Harlem yesterday with a drone. Brian Wilson, 45, rushed to the scene with his drone after he heard about the disaster that caused the collapse of two buildings and the death of seven people, according to New York Daily News. Show More Summary
A drone gliding over the rubble of an apartment building ravaged by a gas explosion didn’t belong to the New York police or fire departments, but rather some guy named Brian Wilson. Wilson launched his small drone, equipped with a video camera, to fly over...
Brian Wilson's beard makes him stand out from the rest of the league, and now, the Los Angeles Dodgers reliever has added something to his arsenal that makes him stand out with his pitching. He used to have a mid-90s fastball, but his velocity has declined in recent seasons. Show More Summary
Remember subliminal advertising? One of the books that exposed it is Subliminal Seduction, by Wilson Brian Key. The examples in the book use the eternal themes of sex and death to sell products. According to the book, imagery evoking these two themes appears in advertising (often deliberately inserted), thus linking commercial products to humankind’s essential […]
Brian and Meghan Wilson would rather have stayed near family and friends, but the health of their epileptic 2-year-old daughter takes precedence. They’re going to Colorado to seek out treatment for their daughter, Vivian, who needs a liquefied marijuana strain in order to prevent her potentially fatal seizures. The Wilsons have been fighting for policy […]
After trying their best to change New Jersey's medical marijuana law, Brian and Meghan Wilson are being forced to move to Colorado so their 2-year-old daughter can get treatment for her seizures. The post New Jersey Family Relocates To Colorado So Their Severely Ill Daughter Can Get Medical Marijuana appeared first on ThinkProgress.
I started reading this article in The Scotsman by Brian Wilson who is a former Labour MP and Government Minister, of course. And you know what? I agreed with his that the STV programme was a sorry excuse for political debate, so much...Show More Summary