Nicole Miller

16 Jun 19
Heavy.com

The time and date ABC will reveal the official Season 6 cast list for the upcoming summer series of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ 2019.

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
The Sun
THE third season of The Handmaid’s Tale is underway and fans are gripped. Here we offer insight into the latest series and tell you why you should be tuning in. The Handmaid’s Tale has returned to our screens for a third season What is going to happen in season 3 of The Handmaid’s Tale? Executive producer Warren Littlefield told USA Today that we will follow June (Elisabeth Moss) back into Gilead as the new series picks up ten minutes after the finale of season two. He said: “We’ll also pick up with Serena Joy (Yvonne Strahovski) and where is she, what happens to her with the knowledge that Nicole, who she considers her baby, has gone off to Canada, but not with June. “And so that has really far-reaching ramifications, and Nicole becomes a multinational (interest). Everybody wants Nicole. And the question is who legally and morally presides over that.” And showrunner Bruce Miller says the series will continue to stay true to the original Margaret Atwood novel. He said: “I roughed it out to about 10 seasons when I was first working on it. “I see a world beyond [the current one]. I would watch an episode about the Nuremberg trials after Gilead falls. There are lots of worlds you think of.” The Handmaid’s Tale has strayed from the book but will stay true to the story according to showrunners He added: “But my arc is still very much the arc of the novel, which is the arc of this one woman’s experience in Gilead at this time. “And her recollections that paint this picture of what it was like and what the experience of this world was like, which really is still the book. “People talk about how we’re beyond the book, but we’re not really. “The book starts, then jumps 200 years with an academic discussion at the end of it, about what’s happened in those intervening 200 years.” Bruce continued: “It’s maybe handled in an outline, but it’s still there in Margaret’s novel. “We’re not going beyond the novel; we’re just covering territory she covered quickly, a bit more slowly.” He hasn’t revealed too many of the specifics of what will happen in season three but he confirmed: “The season is about resistance – June resisting and June fighting. “After a couple of seasons of being beaten down, she’s had quite enough. She’s finding ways to rebel.” Fans will be able to find out what happens to June and her search for daughter Hannah When is The Handmaid’s Tale series 3 on in the UK? The Handmaid’s Tale season three came back to your screens on June 9. It will continue at 9pm on Channel 4 each Sunday. And if you miss it you’ll be able to catch up on 4OD. The series is not available on Netflix, but Americans can watch it on streaming service, Hulu. How did season 2 of The Handmaid’s Tale end? Season Two deviated from the 1985 Margaret Atwood novel it was based on and saw a lot of rape, murder and torture befall a lot of characters. Emily enacted revenge on Aunt Lydia by stabbing her and kicking her down the stairs. June stays behind in Gilead to search for her older daughter Hannah, while giving her newborn baby to Emily – who is taking the chance to escape. Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, Elisabeth explained her take on the season finale and the game-changing decision for June to stick around in Gilead. “She just discovered that there’s a legitimate and strong underground network of Marthas working for the resistance. “The wives led by Serena  just rebelled against the men and government of Gilead. They are starting to resist. And she just saw a commander (Lawrence, played by Bradley Whitford) help his handmaid and her dear friend Emily escape. A commander.” Elizabeth added: “How deep does this underground network of resistance go? She knows now she isn’t alone. “She doesn’t want to leave Hannah, but when she sees Emily and the commander, she realises she can get her baby Holly out and stay to try to do the same for Hannah. “And she doesn’t have a lot of time to make that decision. “She does the riskier thing, which is stay, but she literally cannot leave Hannah in that place.” [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON THE HANDMAID’S TALE” term_id=”11013″ posts_number=”6″ /] What are the reasons to watch The Handmaid’s Tale? The cast is exceptional Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss, American Horror Story’s Joseph Fiennes, Chuck’s Yvonne Strahovski and Gilmore Girls’ Alexis Bledel star in the series. Alongside Orange Is The New Black’s Samira Wiley, The Mindy Project’s Max Minghella, and The Leftovers’ Ann Dowd. It has a lot of feminist content The show may be about a society where a woman’s worth is determined by childbearing abilities, but it also shows the ways in which these women are resisting oppression. Fierce characters fight the system for their own lives and for their families, and it’s a pretty accurate reflection of some of the battles being fought in the real world today. Plus, the show very much passes the Bechdel Test. It’s a dystopian future that you can believe While we live in a world where the global birth rate is actually too high, the show makes it easy to see how a series of decisions can slowly lead to a future that is far from fair. And it also highlights how hard it is to change things once they become the norm. There is some romance despite the bleak setting The show is set in a world where sexual intercourse for pleasure is banned but there are definitely a few great couples to root for. Nick and June are one of the few couples who get to enjoy a true romance – and some very racy sex scenes. The “no pleasure sex” ban isn’t upheld as much as the rule makers would hope it is!
15 Jun 19
Santa Cruz Sentinel
WATONVILLE — Aromas’ Justin Sanders won the 30-lap Taco Bravo Sprint Car main event, his second win of the season, at Ocean Speedway on Friday night. Sanders, the 2015 sprint car champion, earned the outside front row starting spot after finishing second to Lemoore’s Cole Macedo in the six-lap Trophy Dash. Macedo paced the first eight laps ahead of Sanders before Sanders slipped past him for the lead. As Sanders led the way, Macedo was soon being challenged by San Jose’s Bud Kaeding for second. Kaeding charged past Macedo for the second spot on lap 20 and set his sights on Sanders in his quest for a fourth feature win. However, Sanders ran strong down the stretch and scored the impressive victory ahead of Kaeding, Macedo, Morgan Hill’s James Ringo, Stockton’s Brad Furr, Castro Valley’s Jake Andreotti, Fresno’s Koen Shaw, Discovery Bay’s Jayson Bright, incoming point leader Jeremy Chisum of Salinas and Salinas’ Keith Day Jr. The 19 sprint car competitors ran time trials with Kaeding coming out 17th and setting the quickest lap of 11.609 on the quarter-mile clay oval. Sanders was second quick at 11.720. They ran three eight-lap heat races with Shaw outrunning Keading to win the first race. The second heat victory went to Macedo in front of Sanders, and Andreotti grabbed a heat race victory ahead of three-time reigning champion Furr. IMCA Sport Modified Atwater’s Jarrod Mounce, won the Bill Egleston Memorial race a few weeks ago, scored the victory in the 20-lap IMCA Sport Modified main event. He lined up in the third row of the feature with IMCA State point leader Guy Ahlwardt of Antioch. During the first four laps, Santa Cruz’s Stephen Alee and San Martin’s Justin McPherson took turns leading the pack before Mounce grabbed first on lap five. Ahlwardt found his way into second by lap eight and briefly took the lead from Mounce on lap 10. Mounce regained the lead on lap 11 and led the rest of the way. Ahlwardt was a close second. Prunedale’s Max Baggett enjoyed a season-best third-place finish, followed by Alee, rookie Kelly Campanile of San Ramon, Watsonville’s Billy Robertson, San Jose’s Charlie Hunter, incoming point leader Adriane Frost of Watsonville, McPherson and Jay Marks of Bakersfield. They ran two eight-lap heat races with Mounce and Ahlwardt grabbing the victories. Hobby Stock Joe Gallaher of Manassas, Virginia, won the 20-lap Hobby Stock main event. This was the first win for Gallaher, who took the lead on lap four as DJ Keldsen of Newman saw his race end.  Gallaher and Santa Cruz’s Bobby Huckaby Jr. briefly traded the lead before Gallaher gained the position for good on lap seven. Incoming point leader Rob Gallaher of San Josestarted back in the sixth row and managed to move up to challenge Huckaby for second by lap 11. The two drivers traded the position a couple of times before Rob Gallaher gained second for good on lap 16. It was Joe Gallaher scoring the satisfying win ahead of his son Rob Gallaher, Huckaby Jr, Freedom’s Wally Kennedy, Watsonville’s Tony Oliveira, San Jose’s John Farrell, Santa Cruz’s Brady Miller, Gilroy’s Nick Triolo, and Santa Cruz’s Bobby Huckaby Sr. and Kevin Counterman. Keldsen and Joe Gallaher won their respective eight-lap heat races. Mini Stock Prunedale’s John Grilli won his second 15-lap Mini Stock main event. Police N Pursuit competitor Roy Iler of San Benito led a lap and Watsonville’s Dakota Keldsen led five before Grilli charged into the lead. Iler fell back a few positions, but he made a late charge into second and lost a photo finish to Grilli in the closest battle of the night. Following Grilli and Iler at the checkered flag were Felton’s Nicole Beardsley and Kate Beardsley, Santa Cruz’s Jeff Finsand, Felton’s Bill Beardsley, Scotts Valley’s Ryan McClelland, Keldsen, Watsonvile’s Luke Babcock and San Jose’s Steven Ragsdale. The eight-lap heat race wins were earned by Keldsen and McClelland. If You Go Pombo/Sargent Classic When: Friday, 6 p.m. Where: Ocean Speedway, Watsonville Events: King Of The West/NARC Fujitsu 410 Sprint Car Series, IMCA Modifieds, Four Bangers, South Bay Dwarf Cars and Ocean Midgets Details: racepmg.com
15 Jun 19
Cancer Survivor Social Media

Hello everyone, sorry for the delay in getting this tweet summary out. Busy month so far! On 29th May, we were lucky to have Nicole Stout host our chat. Nicole is specialist in physical therapy and rehabilitation for those living with and beyond cancer and her chat focused on activity for cancer survivors. Below, we […]

15 Jun 19
llhswarriorstories

Lakeside Lutheran High School is pleased to announce its academic honor roll for Quarter 4 of the 2018-19 school year: High Honors Honor Roll (3.75-4.0 GPA) Grade 9 Jonathan Abel, Fort Atkinson; Kaylea Affeld, Watertown; Caleb Andrews, DeForest; Caelan Baney, Columbus; Lydia Bilitz, Madison; Joshua Bittorf, Waterloo; Breanna Davis, Jefferson; Ella DeNoyer, Sun Prairie; Keely Draheim, […]

15 Jun 19
JoCo Report

Central Carolina Community College had over 550 graduates at the conclusion of the spring 2019 semester. CCCC observed its 56th Commencement Exercises at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic & Conference Center in Sanford. JOHNSTON COUNTY Tracie Brewer, Nicole Parker, Tabitha Poole, Benjamin Starner. HARNETT COUNTY Jamie Abass, Caleb Adams, Ricardo Aguirre, Jennifer Alvarez, Karen Alvarez, […]

15 Jun 19
Nicole Miller

I’m so excited for this Sunday! I will be joining other artists backstage doing makeup for this event! Sponsored by MAC Cosmetics as apart of the Viva Glam Fund, this annual Broadway Bares show is one way to really show pride! Get your first sneak peek at #BroadwayBares: Take Off with the cast of “Ground Crew” featuring @frozenbroadway’s @adammperry and choreographed by @therealandrewturteltaub. For tickets, click on the link in @bcefa bio!
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15 Jun 19
The Fan Voted Chart

DISCLAIMER: These are only the results.  I only share these with everyone so they can see how the voting went and how many points each song is earning.  The chart will be revealed Saturday night in the US (Sunday morning for my Australian voters). PLEASE READ: The results each week determine how many points songs […]