Box Office

23 Jul 19
L4LM

Dead & Company, the band comprised of Grateful Dead alumni Bob Weir (rhythm guitar, vocals), Mickey Hart (drums) and Bill Kreutzmann (drums) along with Oteil Burbridge (bass, vocals), Jeff Chimenti (keyboard, vocals) and John Mayer (lead guitar, vocals), wrapped up their fourth annual summer tour in Boulder, CO on July 6th. Now in their fifth […]

23 Jul 19
BGR

How many times have you poured yourself a cup of coffee or made tea and then gotten distracted by something else in your office? By the time you get back to your desk, your drink is cold and gross, and you have to go make another cup. Well those days are finally over thanks to […]

23 Jul 19
Bruce's Blog

How Chrome OS Virtual Desks could change the way you work A new feature coming to Chromebooks has tons of productivity potential — but it’s up to you to put it to use. Here in the land o’ Chrome OS, fresh paint shows up almost constantly. And while most of it involves minor refinements or relatively small-scale […]

23 Jul 19
The Digital Pilgrim

I can already hear the internet outrage so let me preface this short article by stating that I do NOT believe that the movies Marvel produces are masterful pieces of cinema in the vein of Citizen Kane or Casablanca. In fact, this isn’t about the quality of the movies that Marvel produces at all. I […]

23 Jul 19
Spotlight News

There is a new leadership team at Patriot Flight, an all-volunteer community group that gives World War II, Korean and Vietnam War veterans a free day-trip to visit their memorials and other historic sites in Washington, D.C. They are: • Bruce D. Mendini of Colonie, an Air Force veteran, is the new president. Mendini served […]

23 Jul 19
Marketplace
Disney’s new movie “The Lion King” is coming out 25 years after the original animated film grossed over $100 million at the box office in the first 24 hours. It’s also just the latest installment of the Lion King franchise — ever since the original film’s release, there have been sequels: the long-running Broadway play, for example, as well as a range of merchandise and video games.  Neil Macker, an analyst at Morningstar, says Disney’s mastered the art of pumping life into a franchise without pushing its brands into the ground by creating the same thing over and over again. With the Lion King franchise, Macker says Disney has been freshening up its takes. The Broadway show — which is now in its 22nd year — is a different visual spin on the story. The new movie is extremely realistic. “These are characters that are beloved, and this is another way to give people that love those characters a chance to interact with them,” he said. Still, even beloved Disney franchises have an expiration date. S. Abraham Ravid, a professor of finance at Yeshiva University, said remakes aren’t the most effective way to keep an old franchise going. “My research has shown that sequels are your best bet, in the movie business,” Ravid said. He says sequels let you continue to reinvent a brand to extend its shelf life. On the other hand, Ravid said, you can’t make a remake of a remake.
23 Jul 19
mucuruzi.com

Scholarships for Theology (Deadline: 01 October 2019) Through the LWF scholarships program LWF works alongside its member churches in developing their capacity to serve effectively in their contexts. The scholarship program helps churches to acquire qualified personnel for spiritual care and diaconal work. The main criteria for a candidate approval is the church’s corresponding need […]

23 Jul 19
LatestAndriodNews

Besides the usual monthly Office mobile updates that Microsoft reveals at the beginning of each month, the company releases additional updates that usually include bug fixes or minor improvements to already existing features. However, the latest Outlook for iOS update brings a completely new feature that will work with other apps like SharePoint, Google Drive, […]

23 Jul 19
LILLIE ROSS

Getty ImagesTaking years off your face without the stitches and pain of plastic surgery sounds like a dream, but does it work? Us…

23 Jul 19
ABC 4
The most successful reality romance series in the history of television is coming to Salt Lake City. The Bachelor Live on Stage Official Tour guarantees all the drama, the gossip and the romance of your favorite TV show in one delightful evening for the ultimate fan party. Hosted by “The Bachelor” fan-favorite Ben Higgins, The Bachelor Live on Stage fits an entire season of “Bachelor” drama into one evening, giving members of the audience the opportunity to find love in their own community, complete with a rose ceremony. Come to enjoy the show, or come to fall in love! This engaging and hilarious experience will give you and your friends plenty to gossip about and fit an entire season of Bachelor drama into one evening! The live show will be in town on February 21, 2020. Tickets go on sale July 26th, 2019 at 10 a.m. online at Live-at-the-Eccles.com, by phone at 801-355-ARTS and the Eccles Theater Box Office (M-F 10a-6p and Sat 10a-2p). The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater is located at 131 Main Street in Salt Lake City. For more information on The Bachelor Live on Stage, please visit bachelorliveonstage.com. What others are clicking on: Charges filed against couple accused of tying dogs snout shut for 2 days Episode 18- Real Sports Live Rider killed in motorcycle crash downtown SLC Senate approves bill to extend 9/11 victims fund ‘The Bachelor Live On Stage’ coming to SLC
23 Jul 19
Like a Bohlen Stone

Lake Bled is overdeveloped and overrated. There I said it. Now can we get on to the rest of Slovenia, before we get caught in the tourist trap of Lake Bled like everyone else who visits this overlooked country, lost among its powerhouse neighbors of Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Croatia?

23 Jul 19
West Atlantic Media

  Nasa’s Apollo XI mission that sent Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to land on the moon, and Michael Collins to orbit it, was part of a nine-year programme that employed 400,000 men and women around the United States. We spoke to some of the workers who made humankind’s first steps on the lunar surface possible — and […]

23 Jul 19
Us Weekly
Taking years off your face without the stitches and pain of plastic surgery sounds like a dream, but does it work? Us Weekly’s Marc Lupo consulted Heather Struhl, PA-C. of A. Joshua Zimm’s Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery practice in New York City to try Forma — a non-invasive “facelift” procedure that uses radio frequency to target deep into the skin’s layers to improve skin elasticity and build collagen. A few details about me: I’m 33-years-old and have maintained a dermatologist recommended skincare routine that includes daily use of sunscreen, moisturizer and a prescription retinoid for years. I also aim to drink a gallon of water each day. I may not seem like the ideal facelift candidate to you, but with balancing a busy work and social calendar, subway delays and the sad effects of gravity, life eventually catches up with you. So when Struhl first talked to me about trying Forma, I was curious, but had a bit of hesitation. I was afraid it might hurt or worse — I might not like the results.  I decided to meet with Struhl at Dr. Zimm’s office in NYC to learn more. So what exactly is the treatment and how does it work? “Forma is an FDA -approved procedure that stimulates the production of new collagen and improves skin laxity and it utilizes radio frequency, energy technology to heat the deeper layers of the skin to a controlled target temperature,” Struhl explains to Us. The procedure, which can be performed anywhere on the body, is most commonly requested for the lower face, including the jawline and upper neck. “We do have patients that come in requesting Forma for their upper face around their forehead. It actually gives them a nice little lift of their eyebrows and patients feel like their eyes look more open and they look relaxed and years younger,” Struhl notes. Marc sits down with Heather Struhl to discuss Forma. Forma stimulates collagen and elastin production, which makes the skin tighter and it slows down the signs of aging and actually can take off years of aging. It’s important to note that everyone ages at different rates, so this a great treatment to do in addition to getting regular facials — which treat the superficial layer of the skin. Forma actually targets the deeper areas and results in collagen stimulation, which is something that’s useful in the battle against aging. My experience with Forma: After a quick assessment with Struhl, we agreed that I’d treat both sides of my face and under the neck area for a noticeably more sculpted and lifted appearance. To achieve maximum results, I committed to six separate treatments — spaced over six weeks. Each treatment would require about 45 minutes of time. To begin, Struhl laid me back completely flat and did a quick cleansing of my face. Next, she applied a gel similar to what doctors might use during an ultrasound. For the first 20 minutes, Struhl focused on the right side of my face. As the wand passed in a circular motion around my cheeks, I immediately noticed how relaxed I felt. It was like receiving a hot stone massage — but on my face! Struhl then moved the wand in upward motions around my cheekbones, jawline and neck to help contour and lift the skin. At moments, I felt so relaxed I almost dozed off to sleep. After about 20 minutes, the right side of my face was complete and Struhl asked me to sit up. I checked my reflection in the mirror and the results were stunning. The right side of my face was visibly more sculpted and lifted, but I still looked like “me.” After another 20 minutes or so, my first treatment was complete. This time, it was more difficult to point out the difference in my appearance as the changes were consistent on both sides. As for downtime or associated side effects post treatment, I noticed my face was rosy for about 5 minutes, but that didn’t stop me from hailing a cab and heading to work, business as usual. The following five treatments mirrored the first treatment exactly… but something amazing was slowly happening. After my third treatment, friends, strangers, even an employee at my local salad shop noticed a change in my appearance. I too noticed a difference. My skin looked more youthful and lifted, especially under my chin. To say I was pleased with my experience would be an understatement. It’s definitely a confidence booster. For those who are looking for a refreshed appearance without breaking the bank, Forma checks that box too. For a single procedure, Struhl estimates it could cost a patient up to $620. (A single treatment is a great option for someone who is looking for a boost before a big event like a red carpet appearance or a wedding.) To achieve longer lasting results (lasting up to 6 years) it’s recommended that a patient complete six treatments — which can cost around $3,550. I’d say money well spent.