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AITH Podcast: The Final Episode

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is coming to an end. This is it fifes--the final episode of the Arrow in the Head podcast! But before we get all morose (i.e., drunk), we have a lot of shenanigans to get through before we leave. For one thing, Eric wraps up his final days of his 31 Days of Horror, giving a certain INVISIBLE MAN (12:38) the honor of being the best of the month. Eric also checks out his twin brother Bill Pullman in BRAIN DAMAGE (25:08) and fifes all over it... because it also features the great Bill Paxton. It might be the last show, but that doesn't mean we forgot about our John Carpenter retrospective! We talk the greatness that is Carpenter, from IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS (50:16) all the way back to his first feature-length film ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 (1:05:15). AND... that's it. To our loyal listeners, thanks for being there all these years, we have a High Life (or six) in your honor. Farewell, fifes! GRAVEYARD SHIFT forever!

AITH Podcast: The Halloween Show with special guest PJ Soles!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is proud to present our Halloween episode... with special celebrity guest PJ Soles! We talk to PJ about the newly-released 35th Anniversary Blu-ray version of HALLOWEEN (21:00) and we even get her insight into the new CARRIE remake. After we part ways with PJ, we dive into all sorts of Halloween horror goodness, including HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH (58:29), THE SHINING, PLANET TERROR, classic Universal monster movies, and POLTERGEIST! But wait, there's more! Eric finally takes on PARANORMAN (1:18:15), and we dish on our Halloween traditions! And to cap it all off, we finally give our two cents on the latest season of THE WALKING DEAD (2:03:13)! It's Halloween here at the AITH Podcast and we couldn't e happier--so sit back, grab your pumpkin ale, get on your costume, and listen in on this very special episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Shout Factory Extravaganza!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast gets into bed with The Shout Factory and have nothing but praise to give the biggest and best thing to happen to retro horror movies in the last decade! In this episode, we talk about the Shout Factory's releases of THE FOG, THE HOWLING, DEADLY BLESSING, PRISON, LIFEFORCE, THE BURNING, HALLOWEEN 2, HALLOWEEN 3, PRINCE OF DARKNESS, THEY LIVE, DAWN OF THE DEAD, THE FUNHOUSE, TERROR TRAIN, PSYCHO II, PSYCHO III, THE VAMPIRE LOVERS, DEATH VALLEY, THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN, I COME IN PEACE, SCANNERS 2, SCANNERS 3, TERROR VISION, THE VIDEO DEAD, THE AMITYVILLE HORROR TRILOGY, and so much more! Is it possible we're able to cover all of these epic releases in one podcast? You're goddamn right it's possible, and we do so with flying colors. So sit back, relax, and prepare to fall in love with The Shout Factory in this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Everything Stephen King is discussed, plus AHS: Coven and All the Boys Love Mandy Lane!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast love Halloween and Stephen King so much that we decided to have a show where we talk about King and all of his awesome goodness as we gear up towards Halloween! But first, we take a good look at the first episode of AMERICAN HORROR STORY COVEN (4:25), which shows more promise than the previous season. Then we dive into the original CARRIE (9:53) and bask in its glow of awesomeness... and dread what the remake has instore for us. We also talk about King's sequel to THE SHINING called DOCTOR SLEEP (26:35), which is King doing what King does best. All that, plus we talk THE MIST, DREAMCATCHER, GRAVEYARD SHIFT, TRUCKS, 1408, ROOM 237, SALEM'S LOT, SILVER BULLET, and so much more! Then gives us a ton of movies to round out his 31 Days of Horror, including ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE (1:05:07), which didn't live up to its hype (in Eric's opinion). All this and so much more in this week's episode of The AITH Podcast... tune in now!

AITH Podcast: Curse of Chucky plus the entire Chucky franchise reviewed!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast hangs out with Chucky this week as we talk the entire Chucky collection, from CHILD'S PLAY all the way through CURSE OF CHUCKY. We talk the cheesy greatness of CHILD'S PLAY 2 (12:46), the lackluster CHILD'S PLAY 3, the comical BRIDE OF CHUCKY, the shitty SEED OF CHUCKY, and end things right by talking the new and improved CURSE OF CHUCKY (49:53). After so much Chuck, it's hard to believe we have anything else, but we do! Eric takes on I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 2 (1:06:11), GRAVITY, EMBRACE OF THE VAMPIRE, and MACHETE KILLS (1:11:03), and Ammon talks some TV with SLEEPY HOLLOW and the lame season finale to UNDER THE DOME. Is this too much Chucky for one to handle in a single podcast? Hold on to your butts, it's gonna be an epic ride!

AITH Podcast: Fright Night 2, plus our Killer Clown show!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast kicks off the official first podcast of October right with our Killer Clown theme show! We talk all things killer clown movies, including KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE (8:14), STEPHEN KING'S IT, POLTERGEIST, DRIVE-THRU, CLOWN TOWN (18:55), and STITCHES (25:37), with dips into HOUSE OF FEAR and SCARY OR DIE and many others! Then Eric gives us a frightening look at this week's big release: FRIGHT NIGHT 2 (49:12), which is surprisingly worse than you'd expect. And Ammon fifes all over ROSEMARY'S BABY (58:34), as well as other re-visits to the horror era of the 1970s. All this and so much more on this very Fall episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Prisoners, World War Z, Warm Bodies, and Alfred Hitchcock flicks!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is full into Fall and inching ever forward towards the greatest time of year: October and the Halloween festivities. To start things off, we look at all things Alfred Hitchcock by taking on his 1972 serial killer flick FRENZY (5:15), as well as touch on other titles like THE BIRDS, PSYCHO, and even the PSYCHO remake (17:30). Then Eric gives us his take on the superbly intense thriller PRISONERS (30:35), of which he gives his seal of approval. Ammon has a weekend of zombie madness and finally checks out WORLD WAR Z (37:05) and WARM BODIES (43:45), though he likes one way more than the other. So be sure to tune in to hear all that, plus we preview the weeks ahead and talk our Pumpkin Ale's of choice in this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Insidious: Chapter 2, Friday the 13th, classic Universal Monster movies!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast kicks off Halloween Season Eve by bringing the results to last week's question: what is better, FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 5 or PART 6 (7:59)? The people have spoken and the answer may surprise you. We both make it out to see INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2 (23:31) and there's some fifing going on, but not as much as you might expect. Then we dive into the Universal Monster movies of the 30s, 40s, and 50s, and take on such classics as THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (59:47), THE WOLF MAN, THE INVISIBLE MAN, THE MUMMY, and DRACULA (1:00:15), putting us in the right state of mind of the Halloween season. So sit back, relax, and give a listen to this week's special episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Riddick, Frogs, Slugs, and a Friday the 13th Debate!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is celebrating Friday the 13th and the unofficial kick-off to the Halloween movie-watching season this week with a few killer animal flicks, a few Jason Voorhees flicks, and a modest-budgeted Vin Diesel flick! First up, FROGS (16:00), about killer amphibious creatures starring the great Sam Elliot before his mustache. Then we continue the fun times with SLUGS (27:25), an equally good time with double the gory money-shots as FROGS with even more slimy nastiness going for it. Then Eric tells us all about RIDDICK (39:23) and whether it's worth your money or not, and we have a heated FRIDAY THE 13TH debate: which is better, PART 5 or PART 6 (49:18). It's up to you to vote and see which one of us is right. All this, plus the ROBOCOP trailer and a preview to the week's ahead in this very special Friday the 13th episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Hole, 10 to Midnight, Sand Sharks, and Jurassic Park

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast tries and fails again to stick with a theme show of their own devices, this time it's horror trapped in a confined space. We do talk about THE HOLE (5:58) at great lengths, as well as other movies like THE DIVIDE, CUBE, and DEVIL, but we still see ourselves as failures. Eric takes on Charles Bronson vs. a serial killer in 10 TO MIDNIGHT (33:10) and finally has a chance to watcher Podcast favorite Brooke Hogan be all that she can be in SAND SHARKS (28:38). Meanwhile, Ammon takes on THE EXPERIMENT, and revisits DREDD, CABIN IN THE WOODS, THE LAST STAND, and the mother of all revisits, JURASSIC PARK (39:50). And yeah, he has a fantastic time with all of them. So sit back , relax, and enjoy the latest episode of the AITH Podcast! You won't be disappointed!

AITH Podcast: Devil's Pass, R.I.P.D, The Initiation, and Carrie reviews!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is going back to school in the most figurative way possible as we take on horror movies that take place at school... or at least, we try. So we take on THE INITIATION (4:53) and drool over Daphne Zuniga, and we even catch a glimpse of George Clooney in RETURN TO HORROR HIGH (15:38), but nothing holds a candle to the mother of all horror high school flicks, CARRIE (20:08! We also take on the latest Renny Harlin flick which also happens to be a found footage movie called DEVIL'S PASS (36:07), which was good... until it wasn't. Ammon catches R.I.P.D. and doesn't hate it, and Eric has a surprise review that you'll only find here around the 55 minute mark (but he's embargoed so he can't really talk about it). All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: My Amityville Horror and the Amityville Horror franchise discussed!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is at its drunkest yet as we take on the grindhouse classic EATEN ALIVE (10:02) from director Tobe Hooper and revel at how insanely nasty and dirty it is. We then take on Richard Matheson's THE LEGEND OF HELL HOUSE (15:32) for the week's Netflix Movie of the Week. But wait--there's more! Like getting down and dirty with MY AMITYVILLE HORROR (26:32), a flick that shows just how nuts the whole Lutz family was and how it's more likely than not the whole thing was a hoax. Which gets us gettin' deep with the entire AMITYVILLE franchise including the ridiculously bad 2005 remake (37:15). They made 8 movies in the series? Our minds are quite literally blown away. Finally, we touch a bit on OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN (awesome) and update the listeners that UNDER THE DOME is still a pile of crap. Yup, all this and so much more in this week's epic episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=41202#sthash.fSoVlJuq.dpuf

AITH Podcast: Dead Silence, Barracuda, From Dusk Till Dawn, and Karen Black remembered!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is back and drunker than ever before as we try and read some fan mail written by some of our most intoxicated of fans (thanks Jordan!). We also take on this week's Instant Queue movie BARRACUDA (13:44), which had promise but ended up failing miserably. Eric tributes the late great Karen Black by checking out a few of her movies, including the haunted house flick BURNT OFFERINGS (26:10). Ammon can't get enough of creepy dolls, scary ghosts, or James Wan, so he re-visits the highly underrated ventriloquist flick DEAD SILENCE (30:43) and is so glad that he did. He also hits up FROM DUSK TILL DAWN (36:24) and is happy to say the flick still holds up. All this and UNDER THE DOME still sucks ass... so grab a drink and listen to this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=41068#sthash.4RXZOcN4.dpuf

AITH Podcast: The Conjuring and the scariest movies ever, plus Elysium!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is excited to take on THE CONJURING (4:41), one of the best, if not THE BEST horror movies of the year (at least, according to Ammon). We then dive into our picks for the scariest movie experiences ever (24:15) and wind up scaring ourselves in the process. Our Netflix Instant Movie of the Week is NOT OF THIS EARTH (1:03:29) and is as awesome as we thought it might be (Jim Wynorski, you're our hero!). Ammon also has a chance to check out THE LAST EXORCISM PART II (57:45) and Eric takes on ELYSIUM (53:31). All this and more as we play a little game of Hide and Clap on this week's very special episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: No One Lives, The Purge, and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast goes crazy and watches a bunch of shit this week... which, in hindsight, is pretty much what we do EVERY week. But this week we take on NO ONE LIVES (12:30) and chuckle over how much bigger star Luke Evans is now than when he made this movie. We also take on this week's Instant Queue Movie fof the Week BAY OF BLOOD (5:30), which Eric dug for it's Mario Bava-ness, and Ammon loathed for its boring-ness. Then Ammon poops all over THE PURGE (34:45), calling it the worst movie he's seen this summer (and maybe all year), and yet is pleasantly surprised by how much "fun" HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS (47:44) turned out to be. All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Comic-Con 2013 recap! You're Next, At World's End, More!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast gives a full-on report from San Diego as Eric relays his experience at this year's Comic-Con 2013! So many movies reviewed, including YOU'RE NEXT (1:52), ESCAPE PLAN, and AT WORLD'S END (7:14)! So many panels and movie news to discuss, including GODZILLA, the new 300 movie, WARCRAFT, and some silly werewolf shit called WOLVES. If you wanted to hear first-person about what it's like to be at Comic-Con, then this is your chance! Then we dive into this week's Netflix Instant Queue movie of the week THE ABCs OF DEATH (39:25), which had about 2 segments worth watching... out of 26. And finally, Ammon gives Sylvester Stallone a chance with BULLET TO THE HEAD (51:30), but no matter how hard he tried... he pretty much hated it. So hunker down and download this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! You'll be happy you did!

AITH Podcast: Pacific Rim, Mimic, Hellboy, and Evil Dead discussed!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast fifes all over Guillermo del Toro in this very special edition of the AITH Podcast! First up, we take on Mira Sorvino in MIMIC (3:24), a creepy little genre flick that still holds up after all these years. We also take on THE DEVIL'S BACKBONE, HELLBOY, BLADE 2, HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY, and... of course... PACIFIC RIM (18:39)! Does Eric love it? Does he hate it? You gotta tune in to find out. Eric also has an EXCLUSIVE first look review of this Friday's R.I.P.D. (35:56)! Is it worth your hard-earned money? Again... you gotta tune in, yo! Plus, Ammon checks out the new EVIL DEAD remake (42:44), a movie he's already calling his favorite horror movie of 2013! All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: 6 Souls, our Hannibal recap, and Under the Dome!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast promises an exciting episode of TV shenanigans spiced with horror and other cool shite. But first, we dive into Julianne Moore's latest supernatural thriller 6 SOULS (8:30) as this week's Netflix Instant Queue movie of the week, andA well, it wasn't as bad as HELLGATE! Then we take on some serious TV as we discuss our final thoughts on the first season of HANNIBAL (20:52), especially the eventful season finale. Then we get into ABC's Stephen King mini-series UNDER THE DOME (35:13) and are scratching our heads as to why we even give a f*ck at this point. And finally, Ammon gets all trashy in the living nightmare known as SPRING BREAKERS (51:18). All this and so much more in this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40579#sthash.IraggcvK.dpuf

AITH Podcast: Reviews of Zombie High, VHS2, Under the Dome, and Stoker!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast is rocking the summer vacation harder than ever before as we review the high school "horror comedy" ZOMBIE HIGH (5:33) and wonder how it is that all these high school kids are like 30 years old. Ammon takes on VHS2 (18:35) and digs it more than part 1, while Eric takes on Park Chan-Wook's STOKER (29:30), where he effectively fifes all over its face. TV is going strong this summer, as we take on UNDER THE DOME (34:44) and preview the finale of HANNIBAL. All this and so much more on this week's episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: Reviews of World War Z, Hellgate, plus Silent Hill Revelations!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast stumbles into a shit sandwich of utter and complete garbage this week, starting with our Netflix Instant Queue choice, HELLGATE (11:56). What a waste of time. Then Ammon continues the punishment by checking out HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET (21:35) and SILENT HILL REVELATIONS (30:56), both of which were not very good movies (i.e, they both sucked ass). Eric gives us his thoughts on the suprisingly entertaining WORLD WAR Z (41:57), thus making his week less of a waste of time than Ammon's. All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40370#sthash.FxgsbafA.dpuf

AITH Podcast: The obscure 80s horror show! The Vineyard, The Uninvited, Superstition, more!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast welcomes a very special guest this week, Facebook fan Patrick Grenko joins the program to discuss his thoughts on some of the most obscure 80s horror flicks you've ever seen. We take on James Hong's THE VINEYARD (6:59), the cat-tastic horror-at-sea romp THE UNINVITED (23:55), and the classic birthday flick, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME (36:48). Plus, we go in depth on shit like SUPERSTITION (44:28), THE CHILDREN, BLOOD HOOK, PIN, FORTRESS, MORTUARY, and of course, GRAVEYARD SHIFT. Yes folks, be prepared to hear about a bunch of awesome horror flicks you've never seen nor heard of! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40263#sthash.C4dttJSi.dpuf

AITH Podcast: Reviews of Hatchet 3, VHS 2, Rodentz and The Killing!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast comes at you with two (count them, two) reviews for new and upcoming VOD horror releases, as well as some recaps of horror TV, and even a chat about killer rat movie. Yep, it's gonna be one of those episodes! First up, we talk about RODENTZ (9:34) and how crappy / awesome a 7 foot giant rat can be. Then Eric gives us the scoop on V/H/S 2 (23:06) and HATCHET 3 (31:24), one of which is pretty good and the other is horrendously terrible. Then Ammon lets loose about the latest season of THE KILLING (38:32), and we summarize our thoughts on the first season of BATES MOTEL now that it wrapped like 5 weeks ago already. All this and so much in this very special episode of the AITH Podcast! - See more at: http://www.joblo.com/manage/arrow/news.php?mode=arrow&action=preview&id=40205#sthash.qqaraS0S.dpuf

AITH Podcast: The home invasion show! Funny Games, The Purge, Dark Skies, More!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast gets invaded this week as we take on Home Invasion flicks like it's nobodies business. We start things off classy with FUNNY GAMES (1:45), then move on to more contemporary home invasion flicks like THE STRANGERS (11:50). And after we throw around other titles like STRAW DOGS, MOTHER'S DAY, CHERRY TREE LANE, and KIDNAPPED, Eric gives us an early review of this week's new release THE PURGE (21:00). And what's crazier than a home invasion flick? How about one where the invading is from aliens? Ammon gives us his take on DARK SKIES (32:00). All this and so much more on this week's episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Alien rip-off show with Creature, The Rig, and Leviathan!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast goes all-out ALIEN rip-off mode in this episode, where we go out and find as many ALIEN-wannabes as we can find. Starting with the Netflix Instant Queue Movie of the Week CREATURE (5:42). Ammon takes on The Asylum's ALIEN VS. HUNTER (15:27), and we both discuss how LEVIATHAN (17:27) is way better than it should be. Other flicks that we end up choking down this week include THE RIG, PROTEUS, XTRO, DEEP STAR SIX, and... ALIEN 2 ON EARTH (26:19). Plus, we give our thoughts on the new RIDDICK trailer and give a glimpse as to what to expect for next week's show! All this and so much more on this episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The STD Sequel Show! Howling 3&4, Tremors 2&3, plus Texas Chainsaw and More!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast has a huge hard-on for shitty straight to DVD (STD) sequels, and we go all-out crazy for them this episode, starting with THE HOWLING 3: THE MARSUPIALS (5:10) and THE HOWLING 4: THE ORIGINAL NIGHTMARE! Then we take on a few of the TREMORS sequels (27:14) as well as the FROM DUSK TILL DAWN movies (29:42). But that's not all, we go deep in the DRACULA 2000 franchise, the LEPRECHAUN franchise, the PROPHECY franchise, and even the STARSHIP TROOPERS franchise... nothing is safe! Plus, Ammon gives his take on TEXAS CHAINSAW (48:09)! All this and so much more on this very special sequel-centric episode of The AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Troma Show! Toxic Avenger and Surf Nazis, plus Shakma, Black Rock, more!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast takes on the house that Troma built with a look at some of their biggest hits, including THE TOXIC AVENGER (6:14), CLASS OF NUKE 'EM HIGH, and of course... SURF NAZIS MUST DIE (14:15)! Eric reviews some truly awesom baboon slasher flick known as SHAKMA (36:26) and gives us a look at the week's latest VOD release, BLACK ROCK (53:00). Plus, we get a look at STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS and OBLIVION, Ammon takes on SHARK WEEK and we crap all over ARENA... oh Netflix, you never cease to amaze us with all the crap you have to offer! So tune in and listen to this very special episode of the AITH Podcast... do it now!

AITH Podcast: The Eli Roth Show! Reviews of Aftershock, Hemlock Grove, plus Storage 24!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast takes on the films of horror meister Eli Roth as we give an early review to the disaster horror flick AFTERSHOCK (6:56)! We also take on CABIN FEVER, HOSTEL, HOSTEL: PART II, THANKSKILLING, and his most recent dip into television with HEMLOCK GROVE (25:00). After we're done spending some time with Eli Roth, we take on the Netflix Instant Queue alien-invasion movie of the week STORAGE 24 (33:36). Eric gives us a few pre-theatrical reviews of the vampire flick KISS OF THE DAMNED and the killer chick / revenge flick AMERICAN MARY (49:45). All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Serial Killer show! Reviews of Maniac (2013), Cold Prey 2, and more!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast takes on the Serial Killer subgenre with Eric's take on the upcoming MANIAC remake (6:31). We also revisit FRIDAY THE 13TH (2009) (24:09), and review THE RIVER MURDERS, THE ALPHABET KILLER, THE COLLECTION, and BLOODY BIRTHDAY for shits and giggles. Then Eric gives us a sneak peak at COLD PREY II (37:32), which is the Norwegian version of HALLOWEEN 2 (awesome). And finally, Elijah Wood is on the other side of a murder spree with THE OXFORD MURDERS (40:59), as this week's Netflix Instant Queue Movie of the Week. All this and so much more on this week's episode of the AITH Podcast!

AITH Podcast: The Rob Zombie Show with reviews of Lords of Salem!

Blood Bullets & Broads: The AITH Podcast shines the spotlight on Rob Zombie this episode, specifically... the man's movies. We give our thoughts on HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES (6:05), and dive into his growth as a director with THE DEVIL'S REJECTS (15:06). Could any director come off as a hero with a remake of HALLOWEEN? No. So it's no wonder people hate him (or love him) for it (21:51). But then there's HALLOWEEN 2, a flick we both really like (28:31). The Netflix Instant Queue Movie of the Week was THE HAUNTED WORLD OF EL SUPERBEASTO (37:11), an animated movie that's so ridiculously immature that Eric wasn't even able to finish it. And finally, we take on his latest dip into horror with THE LORDS OF SALEM (47:34), which is his best film to date... at least, according to Ammon. We also take on the new ZOMBIELAND TV show and HEMLOCK GROVE (they both suck ass). It's a Rob Zombie extravaganza this week on the AITH Podcast!

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LeanLifteras Ring Protector Project

A couple years ago, I came up with a simple and effective wrap/cover for rings to protect against scratches. Basically, without protection, the ring is going to get ruined. But taking it off has a whole different set of problems (the hassle, the risk of losing it, PLUS your spouse is probably not the biggest fan of you being ring-less). Check out the post here for a refresher: (http://leanlifters.com/how-to-protect-your-ring-while-lifting/). The ring protector got lost in the shuffle of other ongoing projects, but I have recently gotten some help in getting it back on track. I plan on finally making a large scale order, but I want to get some user feedback beforehand. If any readers who have experienced similar difficulties with their rings could take a few minutes to answer some questions via the link below, it would be greatly appreciated. Stay tuned! Take Survey P.S.- Share with your friends!

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Ten Awesome Reasons To Do Complexes

Hereas a quick summary of the benefits of Lifting Complexes. If you missed part 1 or part 2, check them out.

Top ten reasons to do Complexes:

They burn a lot of calories
They are short

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Make Your Own Affordable Recovery Drink

I’m tired of paying so much for my recovery drinks. I train so much and consume so much that it gets really expensive. But modern recovery drinks really do have good science to back them up. The ratio of carbs to protein, the mix of carb types, the amino acid profile of the proteins, etc. have evidence of faster recovery. It’s not purely a gimmick. My two go-to have been Biotest Surge Recovery and Optimum Nutrition 2:1:1. They are solid products and taste great (especially the biotest). But they aren’t cheap and they also have other additives in them I want to avoid. So I set about to make my own. My rules: it had to have essentially the same profile as the mentioned alternatives it had to be powder (portable, can store for a long time, just add water) it had to be cheaper than the mentioned alternatives it had to have almost zero additives it had to not taste like an ash tray it had to mix well in just a normal shaker bottle Here’s what I came up with. Very simple. Mix two type of carbs:A 1 scoop maltodextrin and 1 scoop dextrose.A Add 1 scoop whey.A Ratio of twice the carbs to the protein. If you buy the right sizes, you can just dump the entire packages together to save time.A But you do need to mix it well in your tub and use a large storage bin. Simple right?A So what brands did I use? Specific Choices Two types of […]

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6 Tips to Do More Pull-ups & Chin-ups (part 2)

Last week, guest writer John Sifferman shared the first part of his advice on how to increase the number of pullups you can do.A A Have you started using his tips yet?A If not, click here for part one. A quick summary is: Tips for Beginners (0-5 Reps) In the beginning, the key to success is building skill-specific strength by practicing proper technique often. 1) Choose the right pull-up progression for your strength level. 2) Practice the hardest progression that you can do with excellent technique as often as possible. Tips for Intermediate Trainees (6-15 Reps) 3) Grease the groove for rapid, short-term results. 4) Focus on the following three types of workouts. a) Max-Effort Pull-up Workouts b) Pull-up Pyramid Workouts c) Pull-up Endurance Workouts Suggestion: do the three workouts listed above once per week for 4-6 weeks (i.e. a total of 3 pull-up workouts per week). But what if you can already do 10-15 reps and want to become a true pullup (or chinup) superstar?A John has some new tips just for you.A Here is Part 2: Enter John My Top 2 Tips for Advanced Trainees (16-20+ Reps) 5) Increase volume and intensity to improve your strength-endurance. If you’re in the 15-20+ reps range, you are well past earning any newbie gains and you’re probably nearing your maximum ability without using weights. Said another way, it will soon be difficult to add more reps to your max without increasing your max strength. And the best way to do that is with weighted pull-ups. However, after […]

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6 Tips to Do More Pull-ups & Chin-ups (part 1)

I get a ton of questions online as well as from my in-person trainees about chinups and pullups.A There are a lot of people out there still trying to get their first legit chin.A Maybe that’s you.A Maybe you aren’t comfortable admitting it.A It’s odd because some really strong men and women sometimes struggle with chinups and especially pullups. As a reminder, chinups are when your palms are facing you after grabbing the bar, while pullups are when your palms are facing away from you.A Pullups generally make less use of the biceps which is why they are usually harder. I’ve written about these before, and I created a system I use for in-person trainees to help them progress. I recently discovered John Sifferman’s work, and it turns out he’s got videos and a great ebook write-up that is similar to my system.A I can tell you this works.A You have to be dedicated, but it works.A I asked John to write an article for you and he ended up over-delivering!A It’s so packed that I’ve split it up into two parts.A Here is part one. Enter John Pull-ups and chin-ups are some of the best exercises for the upper body, but many people struggle to get better at them. So, in this quick guide, I’ll give you some of my best tips for getting your first proper pull-up, building your rep numbers fast, and breaking through a plateau to reach 20-30 pull-ups and beyond (if you dare!). My Top 2 Tips for Beginners (0-5 […]

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Complexes for Fat Loss, Strength Retention, and Heart Health

In business, you need to run away from aget rich quicka schemes. Similarly, nearly all the promises in the fitness world fall short. Some are useless. Some are damaging. Many work, but they take WAY longer than promised before you get results (at least for most people). You may have heard about acomplexesa a catchy name, but itas really not a particularly new concept. The principles are rooted in good old track-and-field training. Do a reasonable amount of work in short, intense bursts, using full-body movements that involve some amount of explosive force. And donat overtrain. Reps, implements, rest periods, etc. all can vary. But again, nothing new here. So why are they popular aagaina? Because they actually work pretty much as advertised. Wanna burn a ton of calories without losing strength? Complexes are the ticket. Wanna get in some excellent conditioning but hate acardioa? Complexes are the ticket. Wanna cycle in some lower-load, high explosive sessions on arecoverya days from heavy lifting? Complexes are the ticket. Wanna get in some great training and only have 20 minutes? Complexes are the ticket. Wanna try something that has a lot of hype around it, but actually does what it promises (for the most part)? Complexes are the ticket. [I promise to never say aare the ticketa ever again, never ever. Really.] What are Complexes? The basic idea (of which there are hundreds of variations) is that you take a single implement with a fixed load (a barbell, a kettlebell, etc., even your own body would count […]

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What Is Carb Loading and When Should I Carbo Load?

It was September 21, 2013.A I was about 6 hours into the Spartan World Championship Beast, in Killington VT. I was bonking. No, not the fun kind.A Here I mean bonking as in “hitting the wall”, an unfortunate experience many endurance athletes experience. What was going on?A I’d done this event twice before.A Each was a slightly different (easier) course and I had completed in about 5 hours. But here I was at hour 6, not nearing the finish line, and I had no energy, no focus, and felt like quitting. At first I thought this was due to a poor training plan.A After all, I hadn’t trained for a 7+ hour event. Months later I realized, after experimenting, that a big culprit was my pre-event nutrition and my intra-event nutrition.A In both cases, I had no plan.A I spent the months leading up to the event thinking only about training.A Not about how my nutrition before and during would matter. In retrospect, that was dumb.A I “knew” all about carb loading.A At least, I had read about it a ton.A And talked to marathoners who swore by it.A But I never thought I needed it. Fast forward to the September 20, 2014 Spartan World Championships.A I had successfully carb-loaded and had a great event.A Here’s what I learned… What Is Carb Loading? Let’s get some definitions out. Carb loading = carbo loading = carbohydrate loading = CHO loading = glycogen loading.A All these terms mean the same thing. Carb loading is the act of […]

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Technical Proficiency and Failure Training a How To Know When Itas Safe To Push To Failure

I just read a great article by Charles Staley that adds a whole new dimension to evaluating your experience level with lifting weights. A I’ve written in the past about how to rank yourself from Newbie to Pro but his take is refreshing and simple. The context here is about how close to failure you should go when weight lifting. A And tellingly, it depends on the lift in question. A If you are mechanically proficient at a lift, the closer you can get to muscular failure and still be safe. A If you are unstable as you fatigue or as you take on heavy loads, you really shouldn’t push to failure. A For isolation movements (single joint exercises), it’s pretty safe to push. A But I strongly recommend the vast majority of your routine revolve around the compound, multi-joint movements. Now, he mixes “fatigue” with “max weight” in his article, and he obviously knows better – those are two different phenomena.A The “way” you fail after doing 20 squats with a light load is different than how you fail going for a heavy triple.A That said, since most of the routines I recommend are in the 4 to 12 rep range, I think we can conflate the two issues just like he does. Proficiency Definitions From Charles Staley 1. Incompetent:A You don’t know how to, and/or aren’t able to perform the exercise properly. At this stage, you are just too new to the lift to load it properly and/or push yourself.A Practice with light loads is what you need to […]

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Friday Jobs Roundup

Each Friday, we share the latest job listings from Slaw Jobs, which features employment opportunities from across the country. Find out more about these positions by following the links below, or learn how you can use Slaw Jobs to gain valuable exposure for your job ads, while supporting the great Canadian legal commentary at Slaw.ca.

Current postings on Slaw Jobs:

  • Law Librarians (Full-time) | Kingston, ON
    (Queen’s University)
  • Corporate Tax Lawyer (Full-time) | Vancouver, BC
    (Thorsteinssons LLP)
  • Articling Student 2022-2023 (Full-time) | Abbotsford, BC
    (Waterstone Law Group)
  • Legal Assistant/Paralegal–Real Estate (Full-time) | Abbotsford, BC
    (Waterstone Law Group)
  • Senior Conveyancer (Full-time)

. . . [more]

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CRA Makes a Probationary Termination Blunder

Written by Daniel Standing LL.B., Editor, First Reference Inc.

You’re fired!

These are two words no employee wants to hear. If job security goes together with seniority, then probationary employees walk a fine line every day they go to work. Most employers with collective agreements that allow for probationary periods rightly view them as a condition of hire during which they can closely observe the new employee and decide whether the person is a good fit. Many would likely say that the organization can dismiss the probationer for next to no reason at all, provided they don’t treat the person . . . [more]

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Law Practice Transformation: Ten Fundamental Questions to Ask

Simon is buckling under the pressure of an endless stream of emails, messages, and calls from disgruntled clients. Simon’s thoughts race. He worries about missing something important, and he second-guesses the decisions he made on a recent file. As his anxiety level rises, he wonders, “do I need to leave legal practice?”

Simon is not alone. You likely have experienced this too. The mental health challenges legal professionals face all point to one question: Is there not a better way of practicing law?

And the answer is, yes, there is.

Transforming the practice of law is crucial. It is simply . . . [more]

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Wednesday: Whatas Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about.

For this last week:

1. Solanki v. Reilly, 2021 ONSC 6694

[16] In this case, the plaintiffs must prove, on a balance of probabilities, that the accident caused them to sustain a apermanent serious impairment of an important physical, mental or psychological function.a

[17] The terms aseriousa, apermanenta, aimpairmenta and aimportant functiona are defined by regulation under the . . . [more]

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Open Legal Publishing and the Time of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has drawn attention to how essential many things that we generally take for granted are. I don’t think we’ve ever spoken so much about what we actually need and what we don’t, and it begs the question: what do we all do that is genuinely needed?

In March 2020, we started an internal conversation about what CanLII could do to help ensure that Canadians could access the resources they needed, and how we should respond to the crisis. In the end, we came to the conclusion that while there were particular things we could do, generally we . . . [more]

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Tips Tuesday

Here are excerpts from the most recent tips on SlawTips, the site that each week offers up useful advice, short and to the point, on practice, research, writing and technology.

Research & Writing

Continuing Comma Calamities
Neil Guthrie

Itas disheartening to see how frequently people mess up with commas. This kind of thing is all too common: Partner, Alfredo Garcia will be speaking about a| Remove that comma! … . . . [more]

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What Should Post-Pandemic Legal Education Look Like?

Surfing through the blog entries from my Decanal colleagues over the last number of months, it is clear that coping with the pandemic and adapting legal education to remote delivery has loomed large for all of us. We know it has affected our students, our colleagues and our staff and it is tempting to wish for a return to anormala as we understood it pre-pandemic. On the other hand, there is emerging a debate about what the post-pandemic university should look like, with early commentators suggesting that there is now aa unique opportunity to reimagine our universities as more inclusive, . . . [more]

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Mondayas Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canadaas awardA-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1. Canadian Trade Law Blog 2. Family Health Law Blog 3. The Defence Toolkit 4. Robeside Assistance 5. All About Information

Canadian Trade Law Blog
National Truth and Reconciliation Day in Canada

On September 30, 2021, Woods, LaFortune LLP marked National Truth and Reconciliation Day with partner, Michael . . . [more]

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Changing the Way Legal Services Are Delivered to Meet Legal Needs

aWe are not all in the same boat. We are all in the same storm. Some of us are on super-yachts. Some have just the one oar.a -Damian Barr

Without question, the pandemic has altered the way lawyers practice law. There is increased efficiency in the operation of the courts and both judges and lawyers have skillfully adapted to incredible changes that would have seemed impossible to imagine let alone implement eighteen months ago. The expanded use of technology increased access to justice for many. Emergency orders offered the ability to execute various types of documents safely and remotely. Some . . . [more]

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When Cancel Culture Is Liable in Defamation

Isolation in one’s home and glued to an electronic device, it was inevitable that people would be come more activist online. A growing trend has been where public backlash online, also known as cancelling or calling out, is used to block someone from having a platform or career.

The debate around the utility of cancel culture weaves between delicate balances of expression rights and bullying concerns. While the practice started in progressive circles, it has more recently been weaponized by right-wing groups as well.

What people may not have anticipated is that the attempts to “cancel” someone could actually be . . . [more]

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Summaries Sunday: SOQUIJ

Every week we present the summary of a decision handed down by a QuA(c)bec court provided to us by SOQUIJ and considered to be of interest to our readers throughout Canada. SOQUIJ is attached to the QuA(c)bec Department of Justice and collects, analyzes, enriches, and disseminates legal information in QuA(c)bec.

PANAL (DROIT)A : Un professeur universitaire ayant plaidA(c) coupable sous des accusations relatives A des actions indA(c)centes commises dans un endroit public A l’encontre de jeunes A(c)coliA"res se voit imposer une condamnation avec sursis assortie de conditions ainsi qu’une obligation d’enregistrement au Registre national des dA(c)linquants sexuels.

IntitulA(c) :A R. . . . [more]

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FCA Would Allow Reverse Class Action Suit for Copyright Infringement

Owners of copyright in movies struggle with large numbers of infringements in which unauthorized copies of their works are uploaded to peer to peer file sharing services such as BitTorrent.[1]

The Federal Court of Appeal has noted that a solution to mass-copyright infringement is for a single creator to pursue a large number of infringers.[2]

Despite the limitations of the Copyright Act for individual non-commercial infringements[3] and the limitations under current copyright law on authorization, the Federal Court of Appeal was prepared to allow a reverse class-action to proceed in which a plaintiff claims numerous parties conducted . . . [more]

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Friday Jobs Roundup

Each Friday, we share the latest job listings from Slaw Jobs, which features employment opportunities from across the country. Find out more about these positions by following the links below, or learn how you can use Slaw Jobs to gain valuable exposure for your job ads, while supporting the great Canadian legal commentary at Slaw.ca.

Current postings on Slaw Jobs:

  • Corporate Tax Lawyer (Full-time) | Vancouver, BC
    (Thorsteinssons LLP)
  • Articling Student 2022-2023 (Full-time) | Abbotsford, BC
    (Waterstone Law Group)
  • Legal Assistant/Paralegal–Real Estate (Full-time) | Abbotsford, BC
    (Waterstone Law Group)
  • Senior Conveyancer (Full-time) | Chilliwack, BC
    (Waterstone Law Group)
  • Corporate Services

. . . [more]

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Listening to the Client

In over 30 years of working with law firms on improving productivity and profitability, Iave seen countless marketplace surveys on the incredible value of client feedback mechanisms. In many instances itas been labelled as one of the fastest and most effective ways to boost firm revenue. So, youad think that law firms would be all over this business practice as a standard operating procedure. Buta|not so much. Two decades ago, law firm management expert Jim Durham conducted a survey of 100 MPs to see how many of their firms had client feedback programs. Around 20% of them did (or were . . . [more]

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Memoirs of an Unwitting SRL

[Jeff Rose-Martland is a writer and SRL from St. Johnas, Newfoundland, and member of NSRLPas Advisory Board.]

Envision a self-represented litigant. Did you get a picture of someone in court, poorly dressed, who doesnat know what they are doing? I see that, and I am an SRL. The more-accurate mental image of a person at their dining table struggling with legal documents until the wee hours rarely comes to mind. Possibly because itas draining to even consider, let alone do. In point of fact, a courtroom may not even be involved; there are a variety of circumstances that will turn . . . [more]

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Wednesday: Whatas Hot on CanLII

Each Wednesday we tell you which three English-language cases and which French-language case have been the most viewed* on CanLII and we give you a small sense of what the cases are about.

For this last week:

1. Canadian Thermo Windows Inc. v. Seangio, 2021 ONSC 6555

[74] The whole point of s. 137.1 is to prevent a plaintiff from inflicting substantial costs on defendants in order to chill their participation in expressions on matter of public interest. Without the stay under s. 137.1 (5), the full panoply of expensive procedural steps under the Rules of Civil Procedure would . . . [more]

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Tracking International Current Events: Social Media Focus on Nicaragua and Haiti

Information on social media platforms can be an incredible source to keep track of rapidly evolving situations throughout the world. Particularly, when national governments control and manipulate all sources of information, social media can truly become the only unbiased and trustworthy source, especially for those of us following a situation from the outside. As a law librarian, I must also warn of the pitfalls of not properly vetting and evaluating both the source and information found on social media platforms. Making sure that the information you read and the sources you follow on social media are both reliable and legitimate . . . [more]

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Tips Tuesday

Here are excerpts from the most recent tips on SlawTips, the site that each week offers up useful advice, short and to the point, on practice, research, writing and technology.

Research & Writing

Keep Your Legal Research Up to Date With Alerts on Lexbox
Alex Tsang

For legal professionals working with a high volume of cases, it can be difficult to stay up to date with legal research for all of them. However, with the alert feature on Lexbox, itas easy to keep track of changes to legal information on CanLII that is relevant to your field of work . . . [more]

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Nothing Less Than Great: Reforming Canadaas Universities (How Do Law Schools Fare?)

INTRODUCTION

Law schools have a mixed relationship with the universities of which they are a part. Subject to the universities’ rules, law schools nevertheless also give the impression of having an “independent” status. In Nothing Less than Great: Reforming Canada’s Universities (“Nothing Less than Great“) (University of Toronto Press, 2021), Harvey P. Weingarten assesses the state of universities across (mostly) English-speaking Canada and makes general recommendations for reform. While he refers to law schools only in passing, much of what he has to say is relevant to the landscape of Ontario law schools and legal education. Here I . . . [more]

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Mondayas Mix

Each Monday we present brief excerpts of recent posts from five of Canadaas awardA-winning legal blogs chosen at random* from more than 80 recent Clawbie winners. In this way we hope to promote their work, with their permission, to as wide an audience as possible.

This week the randomly selected blogs are 1.A Avoid a Claim 2. Crossroad Family Law Blog 3. Library Boy 4. Welcome to the Food Court 5. Civil Resolution Tribunal blog

Avoid a Claim
When You Get a Call About a Will You Drafteda| What Is Your Next Step?

Youare sitting at your desk on a . . . [more]

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Keyword Selected: puppy

Happy birthday to the Queen of corgis

Queen Elizabeth II turns 90 on Saturday, June 11, and that’s reason enough to celebrate, but one company has gone a step beyond the cake to celebrate Elizabeth’s love of corgis. Spoonflower, aA website that lets users design, print and sell… Continue Reading

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Ukiah woman tries to sell fawn on Craigas List

You can buy a lot of things on Craig’s List, but not wildlife, or so a Ukiah woman learned when she tried to sell a young fawn for $300. The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports that the woman, 28-year-oldA Lacy… Continue Reading

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Meet the family of oak titmouse birds

Our Garden produces around 14,000 pounds of vegetables and fruit each year, but this is the first time it has produced baby birds. Last year, the California Bluebird Recovery Program installed nesting boxes at Our Garden in Walnut Creek, and… Continue Reading

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Bluebirds nesting at Our Garden?

Last year the California Bluebird Recovery Program installed six nesting boxes at Our Garden in Walnut Creek, with the hopes of helping out the bluebirds that have had a rough time of it in recent years. That first season, the… Continue Reading

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EagleCam winning hearts and fans

EagleCam, a camera trained on the nest of two American bald eagles, Liberty and Justice,A has attracted a legion of followers across the globe as viewers awaited the hatching of two eaglets. The blessed event occurred over the weekend. The webcam… Continue Reading

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Saving Carr Ranch

Recently I published a letter in my column from LinusA Eukel, executive director of theA John Muir Land Trust, about the group’s efforts to purchase and preserve an important section of land, Carr Ranch, near Moraga. Carr Ranch has more than 600… Continue Reading

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A helping hand for mourning doves

Mourning doves have a well-earned reputation for being really lousy nest builders. Some actually manage to assemble a nest, although most other birds would find it greatly lacking. Other mourning doves just find something that is roughly nest shaped and… Continue Reading

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McLaughlin Eastshore State Park improvements

Good news for those who love nature and wildlife, and like to be out among them. The East Bay Regional Park District board of directors have approved $2 million in contracts to extend the San Francisco Bay Trail and clean… Continue Reading

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Learning puppy speak

In honor of National Puppy Day on March 23, I have a guest columnist toA help puppy owners understand whatA their pupsA are thinking. Christina Russell is president ofA Camp Bow Wow, aA growing pet care franchise. She says that nonverbal communication accounts for 93A percentA of… Continue Reading

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Feline lovers take more pictures of their cute cats

Ever wonder where all those cute cat photos on the Internet come from? A digital cloud provider says cat owners are giving us a steady supply, taking an average of four or five photos of their lovable fur babies a… Continue Reading

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Vlone Gold chains and the never-ending fashion

Gold chain is a trend for so many years, and people like to wear them. Some people like to wear light gold chains while some like to wear heavy ones. The vlone chain is also in a great trend nowadays, and people like to wear them. In this blog, you can read a lot of...

Save vs Splurge Kitchen Decor Ideas

Who doesnat love an opportunity to redecorate their kitchen? When decorating your home, planning and setting a budget needs to be the main priority. You donat have to splash out if you donat want to, but investing money into your kitchen will make it look priceless. Here are some save vs splurge kitchen decor ideas...

How to Spruce Up Your Bedroom

Every once in a while, itas a healthy change to spruce up your bedroom. Your room is a place to value and find comfort in, so itas essential to feel happy with the space. If youare ready to start a new day or crash out after work, your bedroom should be your haven. Hereas how...

Should I get a Boston Terrier

If Boston Terriers are one of your favorite dog breeds and you’re currently asking yourself whether you should adopt a Boston Terrier or not, you’ve come to the right place. Simply continue reading to discover whether or not you should adopt an adorable Boston Terrier. Should I get a Boston Terrier: Do you have lots...

How to Manage Your Finances after Getting Married

Married life is something different, with its own experiences that even live-in couples havenat had. One of the best things about being married is that one becomes a little more responsible and mature. A better perspective of priorities and life goals makes the couplesa lives easy and comfortable. Also, it offers people a completely different...

How to Start Your Own Business

If you’re an ideas person and think that you have a profitable business idea, it’s well worth turning your business idea into a reality. So that you’ll be able to take control of your financial future, in order to retire early. To discover a handy guide which will walk you through the steps which you’ll...

The Latest Celebrity News

If you’re wondering what Jennifer Lawrence, Prince Harry, Harry Styles and Florence Pugh are up to, you’ve come to the right place. Simply continue reading to discover the latest celebrity news. Harry Styles was photographed hanging out with Florence Pugh Harry Styles was just photographed enjoying a casual lunch with Little Women actress Florence Pugh....

Effective Marketing Tips

How much thought have you given to your business’ marketing strategy? In order to discover a few simple yet effective digital marketing tips which will help your business thrive, simply continue reading. Ensure to allocate a fair sum to your business’ marketing budget One common mistakes which many small to medium businesses make is to...

The Top Destinations Celebrities Travel to

If you’re interested in discovering some of the top destinations which celebrities flock to each year you’re in luck. Simply continue reading in order to discover some of the best destinations to visit if you want to follow in the footsteps of some of your favorite A list stars. The Maldives The Maldives is an...

World News 2020

To discover some of the latest world news headlines simply continue reading. As you’ll get to learn about headline news stories in India, South Korea, England and the United States. Worldwide Coronavirus statistics soar While the number of Covid 19 cases started to drop in most parts of the world as of October 2020 cases...

Queen Letizia is joined by her daughters for day out in Spain

Letizia, 48, sported brown boots and dark jeans with a timeless jacket and statement scarf for the family outing.

Miss England 2021 winner, 25, shares new pictures of getting ready for competition

Rehema Muthamia, 25, was crowned Miss England in August in a glittering ceremony in Coventry and will now represent England at the 70th Miss World in Puerto Rico later this year.

Prince Andrew and Lady Louise Windsor, 17, go for a horse ride on the grounds as Windsor Castle

Lady Louise, who is the daughter of Andrew's younger brother Prince Edward, 57 and Sophie Wessex, 56, looked confident as she rode around the royal residence on a white horse.

Princess Eugenie joins friends for a night out at David Beckham's pub in west London

Princess Eugenie, 31, who welcomed her first child, August Brooksbank, in February this year with husband Jack, 35, looked the picture of cosy on the night out.

Haunted by a 'pure evil' spirit

Ken, in his 60s, told BBC Radio 4 podcast Uncanny how he came face-to-face with a malicious force that haunted his bedroom at Queen's University Belfast in the 1980s.

Dental nurse, 21, claims she almost went blind and lost her lip after botched filler treatment

Amy Wiseman, 21, from Durham went under the needle last month by a beautician she 'trusted', but knew something wasn't right when she was left in with a heavily bruised and swollen lip.

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