Much ado about Radio 4’s latest venture into the new smart world of aural selfies. Reaction Time, on Thursday mornings,… The post The big reveal appeared first on The Spectator.
It's part of the chain's much talked-about turnaround plan. Much ado has been made about McDonald's turnaround plan, but it's not just about all-day breakfast : Another part of the McNugget slinger's proposed success strategy includes closing underperforming stores. According to Buzzfeed News, McDonald's closed 154 U.S. Show More Summary
For the Republicans, Iowa has been a bust. Consider last time (2012): "Mitt Romney" WON the Iowa caucuses. Oh wait. RICK SANTORUM won, but by the time it was known it was too late to do Santorum any good. The media buzz (and that's all Iowa actually supplies) had already gone to Romney, the ultimate loser. Continue reading ?
It’s important that I write this before the results are known. The silly season is well and truly upon us: Donald Trump accidentally put money in the Communion plate at a church in Iowa Sarah Pulliam Bailey / Washington Post Republican presidential contender Donald Trump has been looking for ways to reach out to evangelical [...]Show More Summary
A primal scream. https://t.co/GkqlE9cXEL — Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) January 27, 2016 Seriously, Huckabee knows he can't win. He hates Cruz. He wants a career in television. Why WOULDN'T he endorse Trump before Iowa? — Wyeth Ruthven (@wyethwire) January 28, 2016 Cruz issues formal debate challenge to Trump, minutes later super PAC Keep The Promise pledges […]
There has been much ado recently about a law-enforcement backdoor to encryption that would enable authorized access to private encrypted communications: FBI director James Comey and British Prime Minister David Cameron have both come out strongly in favor of an encryption backdoor as a tool in the fight against terrorists, while the EFF and cryptography […]
She sure knows how to win over a crowd – dlisted David Bowie has died of cancer at 69 – Celebitchy Kyle Richards talks RHOBH season 6 – All Things RH Madonna defends her parenting choices – Babyrazzi Can you say.. much ado about nothing?! – dlisted Photo Credit: Michael Larsen/Andrew Eccles/Bravo The post Evening Tea – Daily Links appeared first on Reality Tea.
Remember when Frank Fertitta slammed emphatically slammed the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight title after Conor McGregor knocked out Jose Aldo in 13 seconds at UFC 194 last month? Well, it was much ado about nothing. That's...Show More Summary
[Image: A "Lunar Rendezvous Simulator" (1962), courtesy NASA]. After much ado, including multiple near-moves and failed attempts, I have finally gone over to Wordpress, with BLDGBLOG now residing at bldgblog.com. Please update any bookmarks...Show More Summary
President Obama's executive order on gun control is something, even if it does nothing. The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Hey everyone, I've been quite silent recently because I have not been doing much flying of interest, rather repeating one hour over and over.Anyways without further ado, here's the 2015 review1) A flight in a taildragger2) AerobaticShow More Summary
Praising John Kerry for success in Syria "seems rather delusional" since the US State Secretary failed to achieve any progress in the war-torn Arab country, retired US Army Major General Paul Vallely told RT.
Written by Rolin Jones and with songs by Billie Joe Armstrong, this Atlantic Theater Company production updates “Much Ado About Nothing” to London in the ’60s.
Whether you will like These Paper Bullets! — the new Bard–on–Carnaby Street confection at the Atlantic — will probably depend on how much you like Much Ado About Nothing. Depend inversely, I mean. If that most deeply human of Shakespeare’s comedies means little to you, its adaptation as a play... More »
What happens when William Shakespeare gets updated to swinging 1960s London, with era-appropriate songs by Billie Joe Armstrong? It's the effervescent new play, These Paper Bullets!, Rolin Jones' adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing starring Justin Kirk and Nicole Parker as squabbling lovers. [ more › ]
Without much further ado, here's this week's Pull Wisely pick: Giant Days #9, written by John Allison, with art by Max Sarin, published by BOOM! Studios.
As politicians clash over accepting displaced Syrians, many fear the focus is shifting from the causes of the crisis.
Selection Sunday used to be the sole province of college basketball, but last year, college football joined the party. The announcements of seedings and matchups might have pertained to a final four and not a 68-team field, but the suspense was considerable when the 2014 College Football Playoff quartet was unveiled. Show More Summary
Americans are tireless talkers. Let's face it, we like to pontificate. What's more, we love to debate. We are drawn deep into the drama and entertainment of sound bites, gotcha moments, and sensationalized current affairs. Lights, camera, action used to be enough to sustain our attention. Show More Summary
By now you’ve probably heard about the free yoga class at the University of Ottawa after concerns were raised that the class could offend students, particularly of Indian culture and ancestry. And if you’re not familiar with the story, here’s the basic gist: as The Ottawa Sun reports, Jennifer Scharf had been teaching a free... Show More Summary