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A Brief History Of The Amphicar: Part Car, Part Boat, All Whimsy

"He has fun with the Amphicar," the NY Times declared of Lyndon B. Johnson in a lengthy profile they ran in 1965. The writer, Robert Semple, goes on to describe a scene that was so frequently playing out near his Texas ranch grounds, that it was featured in the recent HBO movie starring Bryan Cranston. [ more › ]

Atlanta Concerts this week: Dave Matthews Band, Chris Stapleton

SATURDAY ATL Soul Life Music Festival On Saturday, Syleena Johnson, the Robert Glasper Experiment, Lalah Hathaway, Eric Roberson and Anthony David will take the stage at Wolf Creek, while the second day of the festival will spotligh...

Gut Check: These Are Four Things You Don't Owe Your Boss

Pouring yourself into your job isn't necessarily a bad thing, just as long as you set boundaries. A recent study conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Harvard School of Public Health found that "more than oneShow More Summary

The Appropriation of Nina Simone

The Hollywood Reporter spoke with Robert Johnson, the distributor of the new eponymous biopic of Nina Simone. They asked Johnson’s…

TV Review: Bryan Cranston goes All The Way in his characterization of LBJ

Bryan Cranston won a Tony for playing Lyndon Baines Johnson in the Broadway production of Robert Schenkkan’s historical drama about the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, All The Way. And it’s not hard to see why. The play’s Johnson...Show More Summary

Review: Bryan Cranston Shines as Lyndon Johnson in ‘All the Way’

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This HBO film is based on Robert Schenkkan’s Tony Award-winning play from 2014.

Cranston and HBO take LBJ 'All the Way'

6 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

The HBO adaptation of Robert Schenkkan’s Tony-award winning play "All the Way," which chronicles President Lyndon Johnson’s struggle to pass the Civil Rights Act and then secure reelection, may seem to be about personality but it’s really about politics. Personality is a key part in the film, to...

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Names Jessie L. Tucker III Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (RWJ) New Brunswick has named Jessie L. Tucker III, MBA, PhD, FACHE, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.

I Still Do

Eric Clapton's 21st century output has been erratic, but his best efforts have come from root-tending: his latter-day B.B. King collaboration Riding With The King, the mid-00's Cream reunion and Robert Johnson tribute, the late '00s tour with Blind Faith kin Steve Winwood, the 2014 J.J. Cale homage. Clapton's latest follows...

America's "drunkest" cities

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"The findings were compiled by online financial news outlet 24/7 Wall St. The group analyzed self-reported data from County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, a joint program with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Show More Summary

How The Rock Went from Depressed Football Player to Hollywood Mogul

Viewing Dwayne Johnson’s life solely in a contemporary context in which he sits atop a mountaintop alongside luminaries like Robert Downey Jr., Jackie Chan and Tom Cruise as some of the highest-earning actors in all of Tinseltown doesn’t tell the whole story. It’s akin to the finishing move in wrestling that gets fans on their […]

Dwayne Johnson to Help Launch Robert Ludlum Cinematic Universe

Universal plans an interconnected movie universe based on Robert Ludlum's spy thrillers, beginning with "The Janson Directive," starring Dwayne Johnson.

Universal Pictures To Launch Robert Ludlum Film Cinematic Universe with Dwayne Johnson

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal Pictures, Captivate Entertainment and screenwriter James Vanderbilt’s Mythology Entertainment are developing a cinematic universe based on the novels of “JASON BOURNE” author Robert Ludlum’s spy novels. Show More Summary

Dwayne Johnson’s ‘The Janson Directive’ Will Begin a New Robert Ludlum Cinematic Universe

Back in September of 2014, news surfaced that Dwayne Johnson would star in The Janson Directive, based on the novel of the same name from The Bourne Identity author Robert Ludlum. The project just so happened to be set up at Universal...Show More Summary

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey Breast Surgeon Appointed as Oncology Center Program Director for RWI Hamilton

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton (RWJ Hamilton) have announced the appointment of breast surgeon Firas Eladoumikdachi, MD, FACS, as Program Director for the Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey at Hamilton - the cancer center at RWJ Hamilton. Show More Summary

Newswire: Universal and Dwayne Johnson are making a Robert Ludlum cinematic universe

It’s been years since we heard about Dwayne Johnson starring in an adaptation of Robert Ludlum’s The Janson Directive, but as Ludlum’s Jason Bourne has proven many times, action movie vehicles like this never really die…they just go away for a while until the studio realizes that there’s money to be made off of them. Show More Summary

The Rock reteams with his THE RUNDOWN screenwriter to launch a Robert Ludlum Cinematic Universe!

Universal is launching a shared Robert Ludlum cinematic universe with Dwayne Johnson taking point. The first flick will reteam him with his Rundown screenwriter! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. Among the eye-rolling...Show More Summary

Dwayne Johnson to Launch Robert Ludlum Movie Universe

Beginning with an adaptation of the late author's The Janson Directive The post Dwayne Johnson to Launch Robert Ludlum Movie Universe appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

The Limits of Lyndon Johnson

The following is a review of All the Way, playwright Robert Schenkkan's Broadway show about Lyndon Johnson that inspired an HBO film by the same name, which airs this Saturday, May 21, 2016. The review first appeared at New York Review...Show More Summary

MiB: Robert H. Frank

This week on our Masters in Business podcast, we speak with Robert H. Frank, Henrietta Johnson Louis Professor of Management + Professor of Economics at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Frank has written numerous books, most recently, Success and Luck: Good Fortune and the Myth of Meritocracy. Show More Summary

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