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Andrew Cuomo gave immunity to nursing home execs after big campaign donations

Critics say data proves New York’s liability shield is linked to higher nursing home death rates during the pandemic * Coronavirus – live US updates * Live global updatesAs Governor Andrew Cuomo faced a spirited challenge in his bid to win New York’s 2018 Democratic primary, his political apparatus got a last-minute boost: a powerful healthcare industry group suddenly poured more than $1m into a Democratic committee backing his campaign.Less than two years after that flood of cash from the Gre...
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Spinoff of Darren Star’s ‘Younger,’ Starring Hilary Duff, in Early Development

A spinoff of Hilary Duff comedy “Younger” is in early development with creator Darren Star at ViacomCBS, a source tells Variety. The TVLand half hour, starring Duff and Sutton Foster, is entering its seventh season, making it the cable network’s longest-running original scripted series. The show, which initially centered on Foster’s Liza Miller, a 40-year-old […]
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New Winnetka Bowling League video: Kangaroo

Video: Winnetka Bowling League -- “Kangaroo” Directed (from home) by Zack Sekuler. Single out now on RCA. It shows what a dork I am that I know of Winnetka Bowling League as former Regrettes bassist Sage Chavis’ new band, not Hilary Duff’s husband’s band. I didn’t even recognize Duff in her cameo in this video … Continue reading New Winnetka Bowling League video: Kangaroo → Read more at Glorious Noise...
Tags: Videos, Shorties, Hilary Duff, Duff, Sage Chavis, Winnetka Bowling League, New Winnetka Bowling League, Zack Sekuler


U.K. Talent Firm Troika’s Co-Founders Depart as Agency Rebrands (EXCLUSIVE)

Troika co-founders Conor McCaughan and Michael Duff have left the esteemed British agency they built up over 15 years into one of the U.K.’s top talent firms. Variety has confirmed McCaughan and Duff have departed the business, which they co-founded in 2005 with Melanie Rockcliffe and grew into one of the country’s leading management firms […]
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Watch ‘Cake Boss’ make 8-foot-long Millennium Falcon cake at Disneyland’s Star Wars land

A realistic-looking 8-foot-long Millennium Falcon cake complete with a quad laser cannon, sensor dish and blaster scorch marks will play a starring role in the “Buddy Vs. Duff 2” finale filmed at Disneyland. The Food Network’s “Buddy Vs Duff 2” final challenge was recorded earlier this year in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at Southern California’s theme parks. Subscribe here. SEE ALSO: Disney unve...
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United States: U.S. Food, Beverage And Nutrition Category Update – Spring 2020 - Duff and Phelps

The food, beverage and nutrition industry has shown nimbleness and adaptability to meet the acute needs of consumers amidst an unprecedented disruption of everyday life.
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United States: Duff & Phelps' Webcast Featured In Private Funds CFO - Duff and Phelps

On April 7, 2020, Duff & Phelps hosted a webcast titled, "Coronavirus: How should institutional investors be valuing fund interests at March 31, 2020?" that covered how to reflect the impact of COVID-19 and current market conditions when estimating and reporting fair value of fund interests and other investments for the March 31, 2020 quarter end.
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Toronto Maple Leafs’ Top-20 Goal Scorers All-Time

Throughout the Maple Leafs’ 100-plus year existence, they have been home to many great, Hall of Fame calibre players. Many of their best players had extended careers with the team, and today we’re going to discuss the top-20 highest scoring players to ever play for the blue and white. No. 1: Mats Sundin, 420 Goals The lone European on the list, and the long-time captain of the Maple Leafs, Mats Sundin was all-world when he played for the team. His 420 goals are highlighted by two 41-goa...
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Toronto Maple Leaf’s Top-20 Goal Scorers All-Time

Throughout the Maple Leafs’ 100-plus year existence, they have been home to many great, Hall of Fame calibre players. Many of their best players had extended careers with the team, and today we’re going to discuss the top-20 highest scoring players to ever play for the blue and white. No. 1: Mats Sundin, 420 Goals The lone European on the list, and the long-time captain of the Maple Leafs, Mats Sundin was all-world when he played for the team. His 420 goals are highlighted by two 41-goa...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Philadelphia, Detroit Red Wings, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Jackson, Smith, Calgary Flames, Kennedy, Anderson, Colorado Rockies, Boston Bruins, Stewart, Auston Matthews


7 Highly Questionable HHoF Selections

Written by Bill Schoeninger in 2014. (THW Archives) Founded in 1943, the Hockey Hall of Fame has inducted 381 players, coaches, executives and officials for their tremendous contributions to the sport. While they all have left their mark on the game in various ways, some have accomplished more than others. At times, the Hall of Fame committee has inducted some players that have sparked a lot of debate. Many believe they belong in the “Hall of Very Good” and not the Hall of Fame. ...
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‘Bold Type’ creator Sarah Watson reveals how Parkland students inspired her new YA novel about a female president

When Sarah Watson first thought about writing her debut novel “Most Likely,” she considered setting it in the 1990s and showing one of the characters going on to become the President of the United States in the present day. That all changed after the Parkland shooting. “I watched these students rise up in unbelievable ways and use their voices in unbelievable ways,” the Santa Monica-based author says by phone from Atlanta where she’s currently working on a television pilot for Fox. “I started th...
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‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ wraps up season with LA area episodes

“Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” is wrapping up its first season on HGTV in two Los Angeles County cities, according to a news release. This week’s episode focuses on Hawthorne residents the Fifita family, who open their home to at-risk youth. It airs 8 p.m. Sunday, March 29. The final episode is about Los Angeles Police Department veteran Deon Joseph, his wife Tosha, their three sons, and the refresh that turns their Carson home into a “spa-like retreat.” It airs April 5. As usual, the episodes...
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Pair of storms to bring snow to the Midwest, Northeast into early week

After a chilly start to spring across the Great Lakes and Northeast this weekend, a pair of storm systems will usher in wintry weather and snow to the regions early this week. The snowy weather will first target portions of the Midwest during the day on Sunday as a storm system lifts northeastward out of the South Central states.An expansive area of high pressure in place across the Great Lakes and Northeast is expected to keep just enough cold air in place for precipitation to fall as a wet ...
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Pair of storms to bring snow to the Midwest, Northeast into Monday night

After a chilly start to spring across the Great Lakes and Northeast this past weekend, a pair of storm systems will usher in wintry weather and snow to the regions into Monday night.One storm first targeted the Midwest to end the weekend, bringing a narrow swath of accumulating snowfall from northeast Missouri to southeast Iowa, northern and central Illinois and the Lower Peninsula of Michigan.Chicago's O'Hare airport picked up 2.2 inches of snowfall as of early Monday morning.Detroit is...
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Your guide to movies currently streaming March 20-26

Editor’s note: Beginning this week, the film guide will feature movies that have recently become available on streaming services. “1917” (R, for violence, some disturbing images and language; available to buy on Amazon Prime, Fandango Now, Apple TV and Vudu) Director Sam Mendes, has similarly taken top technology — and the best cinematography, courtesy of Roger Deakins — to give us a compelling look at World War I through the eyes of two ordinary soldiers asked to perform an extraordinary task. ...
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How fast food history was made at these 12 Southern California sites

Southern California put the “fast” in “fast food.” Entrepreneurs like the McDonald brothers, Harry Snyder, and Glen Bell flipped their first burgers, steamed their first hot dog buns and stuffed their first tacos at walk-up stands throughout the region. Some of those places still exist in something like their original form. They give diners a chance to see, or even taste, what quick service was like decades ago. “We have the same recipe for the taco meat and the portions on the taco as we did in...
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See the evolution of fast food in Southern California with this timeline

Fast food as we know wasn’t invented in Southern California. That honor is sometimes given to Lodi, where the first A&W Root Beer stand opened in 1919, and sometimes given to Wichita, Kansas, where the first White Castle restaurant opened in 1921. But with Southern California’s love of speed, informality and eating in cars, it quickly became the home of fast food. Brands such as McDonald’s, In-N-Out Burger, and Taco Bell were born here, bringing such innovations as double-decker hamburgers, ...
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‘Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’ fixes up Pomona house

The Jauregui family’s 1916 home in Pomona has history. The older house reflects the neighborhood where Pedro Jauregui and his wife Phyllis have lived for many years. “We live in a community where a lot of the houses look the way they were built,” Pedro Jauregui said in a recent telephone interview. But it also had out-of-date electrical wiring, leaking pipes and “bug issues.” And with two bedrooms, it was a little small for him, his wife Phyllis, teenagers Cheyanne and Andrew, and a “miracle bab...
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Vivian Howard’s ‘Somewhere South’ PBS series focuses on the roots and realism of the region’s cuisine

Vivian Howard, star of “A Chef’s Life,” the Peabody, Emmy, and James Beard Award-winning television series, will surprise you. Her soothing drawl and Southern belle looks belie a steely conviction. There’s a moment in episode 2 of her latest PBS show, “Somewhere South,” in which food is simply the backdrop for an unflinching discussion about racism in black food culture. Yet she does not back down from addressing a tough subject with African Americans who work in the food industry. In a recent i...
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Duff Goldman, star of Food Network’s biggest 2019 hit, ‘Buddy vs. Duff,’ returns with a new season

These days it seems “Ace of Cakes” baker Duff Goldman is everywhere. He’s been a popular Food Network star on “Holiday Baking Championship,” “Duff Takes the Cake,” “Sugar High,” “Donut” and other shows. But his biggest hit is “Buddy vs. Duff,” which was also that channel’s highest rated program of 2019, reaching 14 million viewers. Goldman has returned for Season 2, in eight new episodes which began airing on March 15. He’s pitted against Buddy Valastro, television’s other East Coast superstar b...
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Erie Otters’ Jack Duff Giving Back to His Community

Jack Duff will never forget his roots. Just like most kids growing up, Duff always looked forward to when the local hockey team came to his school to talk. He grew up in Kingston so it was always a joy when the Frontenacs came for the day. It was a chance for him and other kids to get to see their heroes up close. Now Duff finds himself in the position of the hockey player. He is living his dream thanks in large part to all those days when the Frontenacs would visit his school. “It was...
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Hilary Duff Asks Disney to Move ‘Lizzie McGuire’ Revival to Hulu

Hilary Duff has posted a statement asking that the planned revival of “Lizzie McGuire” be moved from Disney Plus to Hulu. “I’d be doing a disservice to everyone by limiting the realities of a 30 year old’s journey to live under the ceiling of a PG rating,” Duff wrote on Instagram. “It’s important to me […]
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What Went Wrong With the Disney+ ‘Lizzie McGuire’ Revival

Lizzie McGuire has a case of Peter Pan syndrome: Disney won’t let her grow up. The Disney+ revival of the beloved early 2000s Disney Channel comedy series Lizzie McGuire was set to debut on the streaming service with star Hilary Duff on board and enthusiastic about exploring her sassy, fourth wall-breaking character as a 30-something New Yorker. But then things suddenly ground to a halt for the Lizzie McGuire revival, with original series creator and revival showrunner Terri Minsky fired after ...
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The top 14 PR pros and publicists for YouTube creators, Instagram influencers, and other digital stars

With the rise of YouTube and Instagram influencers, top public relations firms have developed digital departments and now work with popular creators like David Dobrik and Emma Chamberlain.  Business Insider is recognizing the leading PR agents in the influencer and creator industry, who stand out in how they respond to news events and help clients jump on social trends. We chose these 14 power players based on factors like their roles, responsibilities, and impact on their clients and the infl...
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Hilary Duff publicly humiliates “creep” photographer for taking photos at her kid’s soccer game

Actress and singer Hilary Duff recently called out on a photographer who was taking photos at her kid’s soccer game. She saw him standing on the touchline and approached him, filming the encounter with her phone. The two had a brief discussion, which Duff posted to her Instagram, publicly calling him out for being “a […] The post Hilary Duff publicly humiliates “creep” photographer for taking photos at her kid’s soccer game appeared first on DIY Photography.
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‘Lizzie McGuire’ Revival Put on Pause by Disney+ as Showrunner Exits

All things are not rosy over at the House of Mouse. After yesterday’s surprise announcement that the Doctor Strange sequel was losing its director, the streaming side of Disney is seeing its own troubles. The highly anticipated Lizzie McGuire revival series has been put on pause by Disney+ following the sudden departure of original series creator Terri Minsky, who stepped down as showrunner on the project after filming two episodes. TVLine reports that Terri Minsky, who created the original ...
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Science of sunsets: Why are we getting such gorgeous skies?

When shooting sunsets try to put something in the foreground to add context to the photo. Performers practice near Seal Beach Pier as the sunsets in Seal Beach on Sunday, December 15, 2019. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) If you’ve looked up toward the horizon at day’s end recently, chances are you’ve seen the breathtaking sunsets that have been splashing vibrant colors across the Southern California sky. People from across the region have been stopping to stare, cameras ...
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Trump Throws Fresh Fuel on Dangerous QAnon Conspiracy Theory

Donald Trump has used his Twitter account to blast his critics, pressure potential witnesses against him, and threaten to blow up North Korea. But for believers in the bizarre pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy theory, the president’s Twitter account serves a more crucial purpose, with his retweets of QAnon fans offering them badly-needed proof that their ludicrous conspiracy theory is real. QAnon believers are convinced that Trump is secretly at war with pedophile-cannibals in the Democratic Party, a t...
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United States: Where Is The Automotive Market Heading? - Duff and Phelps

Our global survey provides clear evidence that a high percentage of millennials currently own or lease a car and expect to purchase another one in the near future.
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Worldwide: Millennials Prefer Owning/Leasing A Car Over Ride-Hailing Services - Duff and Phelps

Globally, 75% of millennials chose owning/leasing a car over using ride-hailing services, if they would cost the same.
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