It's now been ten days since an unarmed Michael Brown was shot and killed by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson. A huge story that has knocked ISIS (until the horrible news of James Foley's beheading that broke Wednesday), Gaza, Ukraine and the border crisis off the front pages and A-Blocks (TV-speak for the lede) to be sure.
Following a summer of blockbuster signings and game-changing trades, the Cleveland Cavaliers—three superstars in tow and a basketball wizard at the wheel—look better on paper than a briefcase full of Woodrow Wilsons. Heading into the...Show More Summary
It's that time again! This month's Hired Guns guest chef is Tandy Wilson of City House in Nashville. On Tuesday, August 12 and Wednesday, August 13, Wilson will serve up stuffed mozzarella bruchetta, zucchini, garlic garum and lemon;...Show More Summary
A lethal display of finishing by Manchester United youngster James Wilson ensured that the Reds' reserve team defeated Manchester City’s Elite Development Squad on Thursday night in the Manchester Senior Cup final. A big future has been...Show More Summary
Here's a reason to buy a ticket to the Gunshow: The next chef to take over the open kitchen at Kevin Gillespie’s Gunshow for its Hired Guns chef series is Tandy Wilson of Nashville’s City House. The James Beard Foundation’s Best Chef...Show More Summary
Theodore P. Seto (Loyola-L.A.), An Empirical Test of Public Choice Theory (Jotwell) (reviewing Susannah Camic Tahk (Wisconsin), Public Choice Theory & Earmarked Taxes, 68 Tax L. Rev. ___ (2015)): In 1980, James Q. Wilson, in The Politics of Regulation, predicted that laws with diffuse costs and concentrated benefits would be...
By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog The James Brown biographical movie “Get On Up” makes its official debut in theaters Friday. Mississippi residents trying to find distinctive locations might find the going tough, as the Magnolia State stands in for locations in Brown’s life, such as Georgia, New York, Boston and even Paris, France. Boston?...
Jarden (NYSE:JAH) Q2 2014 Earnings Call July 24, 2014 8:30 am ET Executives Rachel Wilson - Martin Ellis Franklin - Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Alan W. Lefevre - Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance James E. Show More Summary
James "Whitey" Bulger's criminal career has spawned an entire sub-genre of newspaper articles, books, movies and TV shows. Lurid wonders if the man made the myth, or the myth made him? Column by Karina Wilson LURID: vivid in shocking...Show More Summary
American Woodmark Corporation (AMWD) Q4 2014 Earnings Conference Call June 3, 2014 11:00 ET Executives Glenn Eanes - VP & Treasurer Kent Guichard - Chairman & CEO Scott Culbreth - SVP & CFO Analysts Josh Wilson - Raymond James Josh Chan - Robert W. Show More Summary
We just recently heard that Sony Pictures was developing a film about notorious NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden with James Bond franchise producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli behind the project. But because this is Hollywood, there has to be a competing project about the same subject material. Show More Summary
When James Franco started to chronically enroll in grad school programs from MFA to PhD, at schools like Columbia, New York University, Yale, Brooklyn College, Warren Wilson College, and Rhode Island School of Design, I was hoping, half-ironically,...Show More Summary
Sony has reportedly acquired the film rights to Glenn Greenwald's book No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Security State. According to a report in Variety, James Bond film producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli will produce the film. Show More Summary
Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli have been two of the driving forces behind the James Bond franchise since 1979 and 1987, respectively. Both have several decades of experience with fostering the adventures of everyone's favorite 00 agent through changes in political and social climates, and so far they've done a pretty good job of it. Show More Summary
James Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli are moving from fictional spy adventures to real ones. The duo are set to produce a new movie for Sony about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, based on Glenn Greenwald‘s upcoming tome No Place To Hide: Edward Snowden, The NSA, And The U.S. Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired the rights to the new book by journalist Glenn Greenwald about fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, the studio said Wednesday. James Bond franchise producers Michael Wilson and Barbara...Show More Summary
Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli are responsible for the film franchise featuring the world's most famous secret agent, James Bond, but now they're setting their sights on some real-life espionage. Sony Pictures has revealed...Show More Summary
The Hollywood Reporter reports that Sony has snagged the rights to Edward Snowden's "No Place to Hide" for Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, the producers behind the long-running James Bond franchise. Apparently, the goal willShow More Summary
Narrated by the journalist James Cameron, ‘Today in Britain’ offers a snapshot of the United Kingdom in the year that Harold Wilson became Prime Minister on the back of his “white heat of technology” speech (although he never actually uttered that specific phrase). Show More Summary
Manchester United's NEC loanee Marnick Vermijl will be hoping he gets a chance like James Wilson, so here is a scouting report on Vermijl, a 5'11"and 154-pound 22-year-old Belgian right-back. United's Right-Back Slot There is an opening...Show More Summary