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Ich habe mir einen Bob geschnitten & das hat nicht nur meinen Look verändert

Es war nur eine Frage der Zeit, bis ich mir meine Haare in der Selbst-Isolation schnitt. Wenn du dich täglich in einem Radius von 10 Metern bewegst (Nein, ich schaue jetzt nicht auf den Schrittzähler auf meinem Smartphone. Du kannst mich nicht dazu zwingen), hast du automatisch irgendwann Lust auf Abwechslung. Auf etwas Neues. Irgendwann wirst du ruhelos und hast das Gefühl, irgendetwas verändern zu wollen. Vielleicht stellst du alle Möbel in deiner Wohnung um. Vielleicht suchst du dir ein Hobby...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Disney, Chicago, Bette Davis, Uma Thurman, Bob, Catherine Zeta Jones, Claire Danes, Leon, Supremes, Fenster, Morgen, Seite, Franklin, Energie


Things to do – online – in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, April 23-30

  Keep your camera ready this weekend to participate in the fifth annual City Nature Challenge. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)   Here is a sampling of online happenings, April 23-30.   EVENTS   Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County’s Fifth Annual City Nature Challenge: Community scientists in Los Angeles County are invited to observe and take photos of wild animals and plants and fungi, April 24-27. Upload observations and photos on the free, mobile app i...
Tags: Music, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Events, Sport, Paypal, Things To Do, Soccer, Glendale, Local News, California Academy of Sciences, Ucla, Southern California, Supremes, Los Angeles County, Rachmaninoff


Some good coronavirus news: Monster Google-Oracle API copyright battle on hold as bio-nasty shuts Supremes

Tesla Delaware lawsuit also delayed. The ten-year monster battle between Google and Oracle over the use of Java APIs will be delayed until further notice – after the US Supreme Court announced it was suspending oral arguments over coronavirus fears.…
Tags: Google, Linux, Oracle, US supreme court, Supremes, Tesla Delaware


Some good coronavirus news: Monster Google-Oracle API copyright battle on hold as bio-nasty shuts Supremes

Tesla Delaware lawsuit also delayed The ten-year monster battle between Google and Oracle over the use of Java APIs will be delayed until further notice – after the US Supreme Court announced it was suspending oral arguments over coronavirus fears.…
Tags: Google, Software, Oracle, US supreme court, Supremes, Tesla Delaware


The Supremes Singer Barbara Martin Dead at 76

Barbara Martin, one of the original members The Supremes, has died at the age of 76. The sad news was first announced on Facebook by Mary Wilson, also a founding member and the longest member of The Supremes. “Barbara Martin has passed,” she wrote. The group’s official Facebook page shared Wilson’s message, adding: “Our hearts go out to Barbara’s family and friends. Once a Supreme, always a Supreme.” Martin was a member of The Supremes from 1960 to 1962. She joined the legendary singing group...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Celebs, Pop Culture, Jazz, Wilson, Supremes, Martin, Barbara, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, R.I.P, Celebrity Deaths, The Supremes, Diana Ross Florence Ballard, Barbara Martin


Relist Watch (Updated)

John Elwood briefly reviews Monday’s relists. Editor’s note: This post has been updated with a discussion and note of two additional new relists: Avery v. United States, 19-633, and Kelly v. White, 19-264. For the second week running, the Supremes cleared out a metric ton of relists. Because we love success stories, in discussing last week’s relists, we of course start with the grants: two cases involving the Affordable Care Act (again!), one Freedom of Information Act case (again!), and the cas...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Mississippi, Law, Washington, Alabama, Indiana, United States, Davis, Oklahoma, Johnson, Avery, White, Jones, Miller, Supremes


Relist Watch

John Elwood briefly reviews Monday’s relists. For the second week running, the Supremes cleared out a metric ton of relists. Because we love success stories, in discussing last week’s relists, we of course start with the grants: two cases involving the Affordable Care Act (again!), one Freedom of Information Act case (again!), and the case that won the lottery to replace Walker v. United States, which was dismissed earlier this year after the petitioner died. A slew of other cases are being held...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Mississippi, Law, Washington, Alabama, Indiana, United States, Davis, Oklahoma, Johnson, White, Jones, Miller, Supremes, Kelly


The best things to see in Detroit

The best possible way to learn, understand, and appreciate a new city is to dig into its history. And few cities in the United States have the historical chops of Detroit, which has been a major part of more US cultural movements than nearly any other city. Forget the things you thought you knew about Michigan’s largest city and go make new discoveries, partake in exciting historical moments, and explore beyond the guide books. This itinerary starts with destruction and finishes with an eye t...
Tags: Travel, Minneapolis, US, America, United States, Nba, Michigan, Detroit, Midtown, Heidelberg, All, Supremes, East Side, Homer Simpson, Berry Gordy, Grand River


Celebrating Black History Month with America’s top musicians [playlist]

Black History Month is cause for celebration and remembrance of black excellence throughout American history. This February, we’re celebrating with a playlist highlighting some of the most remarkable musicians of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Beginning with ragtime pioneer, Scott Joplin, this playlist navigates through the many different musical movements created and perfected by black artists.Ragtime gave way to jazz, as exemplified by such musical legends as Duke Ellington, Louis A...
Tags: Books, Music, Featured, America, History, Jimi Hendrix, Kendrick Lamar, Sugarhill Gang, Miles Davis, Paul Robeson, Motown records, Prince, Whitney Houston, Nina Simone, Marvin Gaye, Black History Month


Gowns galore at Grammy Museum Experience's Legends Of Motown: Celebrating The Supremes

The exhibit is composed of the private collection of Mary Wilson of the Supremes          [Author: Asbury Park Press]
Tags: Religion, Supremes, Asbury Park Press, Mary Wilson


50 moments from 1970 that shaped entertainment and pop culture

This was 1970, the dawn of the Seventies, and with it the world welcomed Joni Mitchell’s “Ladies of the Canyon,” Disney’s “The Aristocats” and “Broom-Hilda,” a comic strip that blew the lid off the secret life of a centuries-old husband-hunting cigar-smoking witch. Also, the American Motor Corporation introduced its weird little subcompact the Gremlin on April 1, a joke that practically writes itself. There were goodbyes, too, in 1970. Motown star Tammi Terrell, who often sang duets with Marvin ...
Tags: Movies + TV, Things to do, Movies, Music, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories PSN, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories Sun, Top Stories WDN, TV


50 moments that shaped entertainment and pop culture 50 years ago

This was 1970, the dawn of the Seventies, and with it the world welcomed Joni Mitchell’s “Ladies of the Canyon,” Disney’s “The Aristocats” and “Broom-Hilda,” a comic strip that blew the lid off the secret life of a centuries-old husband-hunting cigar-smoking witch. Also, the American Motor Corporation introduced its weird little subcompact the Gremlin on April 1, a joke that practically writes itself. There were goodbyes, too, in 1970. Motown star Tammi Terrell, who often sang duets with Marvin ...
Tags: Movies + TV, Things to do, Movies, Music, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories PSN, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories Sun, Top Stories WDN, TV


Tonight in L.A.: Ariana Grande, Leaving Records Anniversary Party, the Joy Formidable, Adam Lambert, Us the Duo, Common Holly, Emarosa, Taleen Kali, Ezra Furman, Soulection, Sloppy Jane, Scotty Boy, Bones, Tourist, Saosin, the Vandals

L.A. concerts for Saturday: ► Ariana Grande does the first of two nights at the Forum as part of her Sweetener World Tour, with Social House supporting. ► Welsh trio the Joy Formidable are closing out a year in which they celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their debut “A Balloon Called Moaning” with a show at the Teragram Ballroom. Twen opens. ► Celebrating 10 years, the Leaving Records Anniversary Party brings Julia Holter, Dakim, Ana Roxanne, Sam Gendel & Sam Wilkes, Sudan Archives, Mndsgn a...
Tags: Music, Kentucky, Los Angeles, Ariana Grande, Preview, US The Duo, Alex, Tourist, Adam Lambert, Supremes, Holly, Molly Malone, Catalina Club, Bones, Largo, Observatory


Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is #1 on Hot 100 After 25 Years & Also Her 19th #1 Hit

Christmas came a bit early for Mariah Carey. For the first time ever, “All I Want for Christmas” is No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 after 25 years! Carey’s holiday album “Merry Christmas” was first released way back in 1994, and since then, the highest any of her Christmas songs have ever been near the top of the Hot 100 was back in December 2017 when the same song was ranked No. 3. In addition to that amazing feat, “All I Want for Christmas” is the first holiday No. 1. on the Hot 100 in over SIX...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Rihanna, Christmas, Pop Culture, Jazz, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey, Supremes, Madison Square Garden, Carey, Billboard hot 100, Ira Madison III, 1 Singles


This Week’s Shows: Dec. 16-22

Upcoming Los Angeles concerts: All Time Low, DIIV, Joel Taylor, Robert Francis, Colyer, SiR, Whispertown, James Vickery, LA Takedown, Rooney, UMI, the Habits, Waterparks, Il Divo, DaBaby, Kiefer Sutherland, Sebastian, Hellyeah, Ezra Collective, Zealyn, Chris Isaak, Hepa.Titus, X, the Milk Carton Kids, Jaden & Willow, Ozma, Lola Kirke, Ginger Root, Teddy Swims, Fatlip, Thursday, Shoreline Mafia, the Grouch, Eric Bellinger, Anita Baker, the Growlers, My Chemical Romance, Quitapenas, Francisca Vale...
Tags: Preview, Adam Lambert, Alain Whyte, All Time Low, Anita Baker, Ariana Grande, Batushka, Bleachers, Chris Isaak, Colyer, DaBaby, Diiv, Eric Bellinger, Ezra Collective, Ezra Furman, Fatlip


Canada's infrastructure was once cheap and effective to build. Now, it's a titanic transfer from taxpayers to the world's biggest businesses and investors

[We're delighted to have Rosemary Frei back with us, this time reporting on a global transformation: once, infrastructure was created efficiently cheap central bank funding and now it's done with public-private partnerships, at much higher price-tags, creating massive transfers from taxpayers to the biggest businesses and private equity funds in the world. As we get ready for huge infrastructure buildouts to address climate change, the super-rich stand to reap trillions – money we could be spen...
Tags: Post, UK, News, Supreme Court, Australia, New York City, US, Toronto, Mark Carney, Infrastructure, Canada, Un, Bank, International Monetary Fund, Piketty, North America


Exclusive: The Temptations and Supremes get new videos for Christmas classics

The Temptations' "Silent Night" and the Supremes' "My Favorite Things" have new animated videos, part of a project to update vintage holiday hits.          [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: Religion, Supremes, Detroit Free Press, Supremes My Favorite Things


Exclusive premiere: The Temptations and Supremes get new videos for Christmas classics

The Temptations' "Silent Night" and the Supremes' "My Favorite Things" have new animated videos, part of a project to update vintage holiday hits.          [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: Religion, Supremes, Detroit Free Press, Supremes My Favorite Things


Oracle and Google will fight in court over Java, AGAIN and this time it's going to the Supremes

The case that just won't dieThe US Supreme Court has agreed to once and for all decide the copyright case between Oracle and Google after nine years of legal wrangling.…
Tags: Google, Linux, US supreme court, Supremes


Oracle and Google will fight in court over Java, AGAIN and this time it's going to the Supremes

The case that just won't die The US Supreme Court has agreed to once and for all decide the copyright case between Oracle and Google after nine years of legal wrangling.…
Tags: Google, Software, US supreme court, Supremes


Supreme Court greenlights lawsuit over Amazon's wage-theft from warehouse workers

Amazon and its contractors are notorious for their wage-theft from warehouse workers, who are required to endure lengthy, unpaid delays while they wait to have their bags and bodies searched for stolen goods; a group of workers sued Amazon and one of its contractors, Integrity Staffing, under a Nevada state law. Amazon and Integrity Staffing -- who call the workers' claims "grossly inaccurate" -- tried to have the case thrown out, going all the way to the Supreme Court. But this week, the S...
Tags: Amazon, Post, News, Supreme Court, Labor, Scotus, Nevada, Supremes, Wage Theft, Scott Lewis, Integrity Staffing, Kentucky U S Supreme Court, Andrew Chung Reuters


Charity events in the San Fernando Valley area, Oct. 7-14

    S.O.L.I.D. All You Can Eat Pasta Dinner on Oct. 11 in Northridge raises money for supplies for LAPD Devonshire Community Police Station. (Photo by Merrill Shindler)   Here is this week’s sampling of charities in the San Fernando Valley area that need your support through donations or volunteer work.   EVENTS   American Red Cross blood donations: Blood, especially type O, and platelet donations needed. There are many locations to give blood in the San Fernando Valley including: 12:15-7...
Tags: Hollywood, Charity, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Italy, Volunteer, Local News, Fundraiser, Ucla, Gayle, Northridge, Supremes, Mary Wilson, Devonshire, Ray Romano


Binding arbitration policy would cause drug development pipeline to run dry

Pharmaceutical giant Biogen recently pulled the plug on its experimental Alzheimer’s drug after disappointing clinical trial results. The news shook investors. Biogen shares plummeted 32 percent, wiping $18 billion off the company’s market cap. The disappointing announcement underscored how risky drug development is, especially for Alzheimer’s treatments. Nearly 150 potential Alzheimer’s drugs have failed during clinical trials in the past decade alone. The disease still has no cure. It costs ou...
Tags: California, Opinion, China, America, Sport, Soccer, Medicare, Fda, Lausd, Nancy Pelosi, Medicaid, Trump, Supremes, Pelosi, Biogen, Guest Commentary


Scott Bach Is Back – This Week on Gun For Hire Radio #416 ~ LISTEN

Scott Bach is back this week on Gun For Hire Radio New Jersey – -(AmmoLand.com)- Joining Sandy and Anthony in the studio, Scott Bach is back this week on Gun For Hire Radio! Our friend Scott Bach is a prestigious lawyer that is getting litigious on New Jersey’s ass! “Scott L. Bach is the executive director of the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs, a member of the NRA Board of Directors and a former member of law enforcement. A great patriot and…,” one of our favorite guests on ...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, New York City, New Jersey, Times, Anthony, Rogers, Supremes, Scott, Murphy, Sandy, Shooting Media News, NRA Board of Directors, ANJRPC, Thomas Rogers, Scott Bach


For California, Census case is Supremes’ biggest

  For California, there is no doubt the most important case the U.S. Supreme Court will decide this year is the legal challenge to the Trump administration’s plan for adding a citizenship question to next year’s federal Census. Political reality is that Donald Trump’s plan, carried out by the Census Bureau answering to Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, has become one front in the president’s long campaign to punish California for giving his 2016 Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton enough votes ...
Tags: Maryland, Supreme Court, Congress, California, Opinion, China, Barack Obama, Sport, Soccer, Hillary Clinton, United States, Commerce, Lausd, Donald Trump, Ross, Trump


Best transgender-friendly trips

Just within the past few decades, 22 countries from around the world have signed anti-discrimination laws for transgender people. And, though it may seem like a small number, these laws only point to a bigger effort taking shape in destinations around the world, spurred by the gender identity rights movement that has finally snagged an international stage over the past decade. To help guide transgender travelers organize a truly magical and safe vacation, we’ve crafted a list of the top trans...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, London, Greece, France, Germany, Berlin, Barcelona, Cologne, Ireland, Paris, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Manchester, Portugal


Diana Ross celebrates her 75th birthday with Stevie Wonder, Robin Thicke, Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and more in Los Angeles

Tuesday night in Los Angeles was all about music icon Diana Ross. The Queen of Motown turned 75 years young and was in the mood to party with her family, famous friends and, of course, her fans during an intimate show at the Hollywood Palladium. Earlier in the evening her daughter, actress and TV host Tracee Ellis Ross, hosted a more private celebration and cake cutting at Warwick, located just down the street from the Palladium, that included Beyoncé singing a beautiful rendition of “Happy Birt...
Tags: Music, Beyonce, Evan Ross, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Queens, Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder, Leonardo Dicaprio, Khloe Kardashian, Nashville, Noel Gallagher, Lionel Richie, Michael Jackson


Songwriters Can't Sue Without Copyright Certificate says U.S. Supreme Court, RIAA Cries Foul

In a rare unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that applying for a copyright is not enough to so sue someone for copyright infringement.  It currently can take months to receive the formal certificate of registration. In the case between Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation and Wall-Street.com, the Court decided that copyright holders must wait for a registration certificate before filing a lawsuit. “This ruling allows administrative backlog to prejudice the timely ...
Tags: Music, Congress, Court, Riaa, Torrentfreak, Supremes, Copyright Office, Bruce Houghton, U S Supreme Court, Ginsburg, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation, U S Supreme Court RIAA Cries Foul, Copyright Office Examiner


Songwiters Can't Sue Without Copyright Certificate says U.S. Supreme Court, RIAA Cries Foul

In a rare unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that applying for a copyright is not enough to so sue someone for copyright infringement.  It currently can take months to receive the formal certificate of registration. In the case between Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation and Wall-Street.com, the Court decided that copyright holders must wait for a registration certificate before filing a lawsuit. “This ruling allows administrative backlog to prejudice the timely ...
Tags: Music, Congress, Court, Riaa, Torrentfreak, Supremes, Copyright Office, Bruce Houghton, U S Supreme Court, Ginsburg, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation, U S Supreme Court RIAA Cries Foul, Copyright Office Examiner


What links US Supreme Court, copyright legal bills, and stadium hot dog prices? A: Oracle

You can't full me, Larry: Rimini swerves $13m invoice in crucial ruling on 'full' versus 'all' Oracle can't relieve Rimini Street's coffers of $12.8m in legal bills, the US Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Monday. The database giant tried to recover non-taxable court costs from Rimini, which the Supremes have now, in a pivotal decision, said are off limits in a copyright case.…
Tags: Software, US supreme court, Supremes, Larry, RIMINI, Rimini Street