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  • Goldberg’s WWE Return Success Reason Revealed! Backstage Heat Between TNA & ROH! | WrestleTalk News Who is really behind Goldberg’s WWE return success, heat between TNA Impact Wrestling & ROH and more in this WrestleTalk News… — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a ...
  • The Berlinale 2017 Diaries: Finding Cinematic Heroes or Maybe Just the Brave Courage redefined is a prevailing theme at this year’s Berlinale. Or perhaps I’m noticing it more in films as I search for my own definition of the word, and the quality. Courage being what is needed in uncertain times and I don’t mean the kind that turns men into heroes. Those are burst of courage, ...
  • How to Make Gyoza, Japanese Fried Dumplings Recipe GYOZA Gyoza with classic pork and cabbage are juicy and moist in the centre with a crisp and chewy wrapper. They are related to the Chinese dumplings but slightly more subtle in flavour and not as hard to make as you might think! The key is in quality ingredients – and the wrapping! But you’ll be ...
  • A New American Strategy in the Middle East The reversal of the policies of US former President Barack Obama, which had acquiesced to much of Iran’s nuclear, regional, and internal priorities, has begun in earnest. The Trump administration has initiated a qualitative shift in relations with Saudi Arabia and Egypt, with a view to restore traditional alliances with them as the basis of ...
  • Price Wrong and Lower Your Profits Too many respond to increased competition by lowering prices. The problem is that lowering the price often comes with unintended consequences. It can lower the image of your product and send the wrong message to customers that recently paid more. What is a company to do? The answer is set the price at the right ...
  • Islamic Republic of Iran’s Lobbyists and Spies Are in Our Midst? The recent Executive Order affecting immigration by citizens of seven countries has prompted fierce discussion from all quarters, including arguments on who does or does not actually endanger the national security of the United States. As we wait to see how that debate plays out in the weeks and months ahead, there is a sense ...
  • Love Needs To Be Remembered, Restored and Renewed It’s that time of the year and love is in the air! Everywhere we see red hearts beaming from cards and boxes of chocolates, while a dozen roses just doesn’t have quite the right impact if they are yellow. Every day we can read about the importance of love, how to get more of it, how ...
  • Geoff Cowan, Former Head of Voice of America, Stresses the Need for a Strong Press in the Trump Age This week’s episode of “Scheer Intelligence,” a weekly radio show hosted by Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer, delves into the changing role of the press under the Trump administration. Scheer interviews Geoff Cowan, a professor of journalism at the University of Southern California and the former director of Voice of America (VOA), the broadcasting ...
  • 10 Things Great Bosses Do Every Day We’ve all heard the adage, “People don’t leave bad jobs; they leave bad bosses.” It makes great fodder for after-work gripe sessions, but is there really any data to back the claim up? As it turns out, there’s a ton. In one study, 61{8883afff3f996f915e4087502a0d4bc0cab7d523e6eee37ef51ae9a6c529a071} of those working for bad bosses said they were looking for another ...
  • Pianist Gianni Bianchini’s Trio: Type I The Florida based pianist Gianni Bianchini has a new album to be released on Feb 21, 2017 titled Type I. The title is reference to his recording debut and the fact that he fights with Type I diabetes which has been an influence on his life and so also his music. Perhaps his condition has ...
  • Glenn Close in Sunset Boulevard: “The Greatest Star of All” A musical of outsized passions as only Andrew Lloyd Webber could compose, Sunset Boulevard trades in hyperbole. “The greatest star of all,” in the words of Max, her homme d’affaires, Norma Desmond is camp drama queen extraordinaire. With Glenn Close in the role, reprising her Tony-winning performance of 22 years ago at the Palace Theater, ...
  • Hans Op de Beeck: The Silent Castle The Silent Castle is the title of Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck’s solo exhibition at Museum Morsbroich in Leverkusen, Germany. Op de Beeck works in various mediums, from small watercolors to large, three-dimensional installations such as The Collector’s House. The show at Museum Morsbroich presents works from the last twelve years, mainly drawn from ...
  • Seven Words the Feds Can’t Say Shortly after Donald Trump’s election, according to news reports, federal scientists scrambled to back up their climate data, the words “climate change” were deleted from government documents and some of the climate change material on government web sites disappeared. The following announcement is “fake news”, but we should not be surprised if it becomes real ...
  • 10 Things Truly Confident People Do Differently True confidence–as opposed to the false confidence people project to mask their insecurities–has a look all its own. One thing is certain: truly confident people always have the upper hand over the doubtful and the skittish because they inspire others and they make things happen. “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t–you’re ...
  • Hostility to Technocracy Will Ruin Democracy Photo from Smithsonian Institution Flickr When we go to a local restaurant, we expect our waiter or waitress to perform superbly in their responsibilities. We hope that they will take our orders correctly and not spill anything on us when they bring us our food. Failure to meet our expectations of service can result in dissatisfaction ...
  • PixlPlay Camera Review, Breathe New Life Into Your Old Smartphone Remember that awesomely cool, state of the art smartphone you got 5 years ago? Probably not. You likely threw it in the drawer where smartphones go to die when you got this year’s awesomely cool, start of the art smartphone. Now Pixl Toys has come up with a way to bring those old smartphones back ...
  • Abe Rybeck Talks The Theater Offensive and LGBT Civil Rights (AUDIO) This week I talked with Abe Rybeck Founder and Executive Artistic Director of The Theater Offensive one of the nation’s oldest LGBTQ theater groups based in Boston, Massachusetts. The Theater Offensive grassroots movement has been a voice for the LGBTQ community in Boston and beyond raising awareness, fighting bigotry and hate through performing arts and ...
  • Looking For a Safe Investment With a High Yield? Pay Off Your Mortgage Insurance! Home purchasers who were obliged to take out private mortgage insurance (PMI) because their down payment was less than 20{8883afff3f996f915e4087502a0d4bc0cab7d523e6eee37ef51ae9a6c529a071} of the price have the right to cancel it, ridding themselves of the monthly premium. Borrowers should take advantage of the opportunity if they can but they must meet the cancellation rules. Cancellation Rules Under Federal law, ...
  • Spine Concepts, Low Back Pain Acute low back pain or low back pain with sciatica radiating to the lower leg and to the foot (Figure 1). They are initially treated conservatively for at least six weeks by physical therapy, anti-inflammatory medication and limited activity (as guided by the pain). Doctors should treat the condition conservatively. Even if there is a ...
  • Hypocritical Europe is Just Trump-Lite on Refugee Policy Politicians in Europe are howling about President Trump’s cruel and inept executive order on refugees, and comparing his scattershot treatment to Europe’s which they argue is benign and in line with European values. Don’t be fooled. Europe, if it can be said that there is such a cohesive entity, is full of efforts to curtail refugee ...