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Watch how The Walking Dead created one of the grossest scenes in its history And in case you were wondering how you create such a glorious mess, a new featurette shows that they used an actual working machine and had to have "shredder meetings" to work it all out, using a mix of stuntpeople (while the machine was off, naturally [...]
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Firestarter Faction Blazes Its Way Into the Game Dealing damage on contact, the 'Meat Grinder' and other close-combat weapons are ideally combined with the 'Harpoon' gun, which allows players to grab a hold of other vehicles and prevent them from escaping. And with the new Firestarter cabin, [...]
Nancy Wilson on How Heart's Hiatus Led to 'Life-Saving' R&B-Rock Band In 2015, Heart's Nancy and Ann Wilson had just wrapped a raucous gig at the Hollywood Bowl when their opening act Liv Warfield, a powerful R&B talent who was discovered when Prince saw a YouTube video of her singing "Gimme Shelter" at a karaoke bar [...]
Meat the old world way: A career as aa butcher Andrews found a world of difference in the trade in the Maritimes compared with his native New Zealand, but he's helping provide higher quality meat products in Nova Scotia with Getaway Farms. Ted Grant, manager of Culinary Arts and Hospitality [...]
Brent Musburger announced this week that the January 31st game between Georgia and Kentucky will be his final one behind the mic, ending a career in the national sports spotlight that began in the 70’s when he hosted the NFL Today. He took over Final Four announcing duties from Gary Bender in 1985 as the NCAA Tournament was taking off, and is believed to have coined the term “March Madness”. College Football’s biggest games. Brent was there…looking live. While he carved out a nice post-CBS career as ABC/ESPN’s voice for college football and basketball, 80’s Brent was the announcer you wanted to watch and the announcer you dreamed of becoming. Here’s looking live at you…one more time Brent.
One word to sing a new year in/ to lure gently in, to sit softly perched/ on my shoulder/ my lap/ my heart/ to be welcome// #tinytwitterpoem (2015). I enjoy marking time as an opportunity for reflection and growth. So for me the end of one year and the beginning of another is a beautiful time to gather my thoughts, say thank you for the year that has been and invite the coming year with intention. It was the cumulative impact of multiple personal losses (the deaths of friends and family in particular) as I tried to navigate a challenging professional year and the meat grinder of small but relentless personal and professional failures. Subjectively and objectively comparing it to other years, 2016 has not.
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Ben Andrews, Head Butcher with Getaway Farms Two young local apprentices are working toward butcher certification from England. But they’re doing so by learning the trade under master butcher Ben Andrews at the Seaport Farmers’ Market. Andrews found a world of difference in the trade in the Maritimes compared with his native New Zealand, but he’s helping provide higher quality meat products in Nova Scotia with Getaway Farms. Ted Grant, manager of Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management at...
JFG Nation, the Mayweather-McGregor fight is over (thank you, Periscope and some random kid in Germany for letting me watch that fiasco for free). Baseball is racing towards the finish line…sort of. And my head is still spinning from the Cavs/Celts trade…which is…maybe not complete yet? (How does this happen, by the way? A trade is announced…and then one side is still looking for more in the deal? What the hell, man? WHAT’S THE POINT OF SHAKING HANDS AT ALL??)Anyways, the NFL is basically...
Tough times are exactly that — tough.In the newspaper business, things are clearly tough.You need look no further than Halifax, and the battle that’s about to envelope the Halifax Chronicle Herald.The Herald and its newsroom union are in the countdown to a strike or lockout over contract negotiations.Chronicle Herald management has already told labour authorities in Nova Scotia they plan to lock out newsroom staff, and are actively recruiting journalism students and freelancers to work...
Destiny 2’s Crucible multiplayer has changed a lot. It has smaller team-sizes, it has new game modes, it has new weapons and abilities, and it has vastly reduced the focus on power-weapons and super attacks. As such, it demands a whole new strategic mind-set and knowledge base, whether you’re a newcomer or a returning Guardian from the first game. So it’s time to shake things down and get you ready. Ahead, you’ll find the 15 most important Destiny 2 multiplayer tips (so far) that you’ll...