ShowBiz Minute: John, Paisley, Bardem

Sir Elton John slams articles criticizing Prince Harry and Meghan for taking a private jet to go on vacation; Brad Paisley out as CMAs co-host after 11 consecutive years; Javier Bardem takes his fight to protect the oceans to the United Nations. (Aug. 20)

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Pythius – Until The World Burns Down (John B Remix)

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ShowBiz Minute: Cusack, Dr. John, Queer Eye

John Cusack apologizes for anti-Semitic tweet; Weekend memorial events set for singer-musician Dr. John; Netflix announces 2 more seasons of “Queer Eye.” (June 19)

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Today in History for June 15th

Highlights of this day in history: England’s King John signs the Magna Carta; A deadly steamboat fire in New York City; Jordan’s King Hussein weds American Lisa Halaby; Arlington National Cemetery created; Singer Ella Fitzgerald dies. (June 15)

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On This Day: 12 June 1965

In 1965, John, Paul, George and Ringo of The Beatles were given MBEs. (June 12)

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ShowBiz Minute: Dr John, Washington, Saint Laurent

‘Dr. John, funky New Orleans musician, dies; Denzel Washington honored with AFI Life Achievement Award; Stars hit the beach for the Saint Laurent Menswear collection. (June 7)

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Elton John: Taron Egerton is ‘wonderful’

At the London premiere of “Rocketman,” Elton John and star Taron Egerton talk about their friendship and the film’s long road to the big screen. (May 21)

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Fashion Watch: ‘Rocketman’ lands in Cannes

Elton John brought sparkle to his tuxedo at Cannes 2019 but it was Deepika Padukone who turned up the style volume to 11. Priyanka Chopra eluded Hollywood glamour and Bella Hadid brought ruffles to the red carpet. (May 17)

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‘The idea that Assange is a front for the Russians is absurd’ – John Pilger

“#Wikileaks has released 800,000 documents about Russia…the idea that Julian #Assange is a front for the Russians is simply untrue!” John #Pilger on Assange as reports come out that Julian Assange will be expelled from the Ecuadorean Embassy.

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First Fan Encounter: John C. Reilly

John. C. Reilly was recognized in a movie theater for the first time ever, but the experience left him confused. (April 1)

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ShowBiz Minute: Disney, Kristoff St. John, Woodstock

Disney closes $71B deal for Fox entertainment assets; “The Young and the Restless” star Kristoff St. John died of heart disease; Jay-Z, the Killers, Miley Cyrus among major artists set for event commemorating 50th anniversary of landmark Woodstock music festival. (March 20)

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Bernie Sanders Is Facing A Field Of Bernies In 2020 (HBO)

Bernie Sanders is running for president again. He made the announcement this morning, promising bold policy ideas that will empower everyday Americans to challenge the wealthy and powerful.

“We’re gonna win,” Sanders told CBS’s John Dickerson. “We are gonna also launch what I think is unprecedented in modern American history, and that is a grassroots movement, John, which will have at least one million people from every state in this country, coming together to not only defeat Donald Trump, not only to win the Democratic nomination but also to lay the groundwork for transforming the economic and political life of this country.”

It sounds a lot like Sanders circa 2016 when he made himself a rockstar with young voters by backing single-payer healthcare and other progressive policies. But he’s coming out for his encore only to find his opponents are remixing his greatest hits. Nearly all of them support Medicare for all. And a lot of them are offering up progressive goodies of their own, from Elizabeth Warren’s universal child-care plan to Cory Booker’s proposed “baby bonds.”

Sanders says this is a feature of his campaign, not a bug.

“All of those ideas and many more are now part of the political mainstream, and a majority of the American people now support them,” Sanders told CBS. “So what this campaign is about is understanding that three years ago we began the political revolution. Now it’s time to complete that revolution and to take that vision and implement it into reality.”

He is also trying to stand out by forcefully taking on Trump, calling him a “racist” and “sexist” on Day 1 of his campaign. But that effort will be complicated by Sanders’s struggle to win over black voters in 2016; by the perception of his followers as “Bernie Bros”; and by accusations that multiple Sanders campaign aides sexually harassed staffers in 2016.

Mostly, though, it will be complicated by the fact that what made him a trailblazer last time—his bold policy agenda—now just makes him part of a very large and diverse pack of competitors.

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05 Panel debat – Cannabis reguleren, maar hoe?

John en Inez Meijers (modelkwekers), Bart Vollenberg (cannabis connect), August de Loor ( Adviesburo Drugs), Peter Hendriks (Avites)

Peter Hendriks
In relative silence, Peter Hendriks has been building a small coffeeshop empire in Limburg since the 1980s. His four coffeeshops in Sittard and Roermond are an example for the branch. In 2017 he founded Avites, Alliance of Integer Shops and Growers, who strives to ‘recruit as many cooperators as possible in the coffee shop branch and to jointly resolve the back door problem’.
In relatieve stilte bouwde Peter Hendriks sinds de jaren tachtig een klein coffeeshop imperium op in Limburg. Zijn vier coffeeshops in Sittard en Roermond zijn een visitekaartje voor de branche. In 2017 richtte hij Avites op, Alliantie Van Integere Shops En Telers, die er naar streeft ‘als coöperatie zoveel mogelijk leden in de coffeeshopbranche te werven en gezamenlijk tot een oplossing voor de achterdeurproblematiek te komen’.

John Meijers
By the Dutch press they were baptized ‘The model weed growers from Bierum‘, but their heroic struggle to break the deadlock around the back door brought them to the edge of the abyss. John and Ines cultivated in all openness and informed all authorities about their activities. They paid their electricity and even taxed on the profits, cultivated safely and without pesticides and only delivered invoices to two licensed coffee shops. Still, the breakthrough was not forthcoming. Now John and Ines hope to participate in the experiment with regulated cannabis cultivation with their foundation JoinUs.
Door de Nederlandse pers werden ze ‘De model wiettelers uit Bierum’ gedoopt, maar hun heroïsche strijd om de impasse rond de achterdeur te doorbreken bracht hen aan de rand van de afgrond. John en Ines kweekten in alle openheid en brachten alle instanties op de hoogte van hun activiteiten. Ze betaalden hun stroom en zelfs belasting op de winst, teelden veilig en zonder pesticiden en leverden alleen mét bon aan twee vergunde coffeeshops. Toch bleef de doorbraak uit. Nu hopen John en Ines met hun stichting JoinUs deel te kunnen nemen aan het experiment met gereguleerde cannabisteelt.
August de Loor
Since becoming the first street worker in the Netherlands in 1970, August de Loor has been involved with drugs and drugs policy in Amsterdam and far beyond. For years he ran the Adviesburo Drugs (Drugs Advisory Office) and pioneered a series of harm reduction initiatives, including XTC testing at parties, the Safe House campaign, heroin user rooms and the cannabis coffeeshop as a crucial part of drug policy. August is not only critical of the government and the addiction care industry, but also for the coffeeshop industry. In December 2017, he received the prestigious Frans Banninck Cocq Award for his important contribution to the Amsterdam, national and international drug policy.

Sinds hij in 1970 de eerste straathoekwerker van Nederland werd, is August de Loor betrokken bij alles rond drugs en drugsbeleid in Amsterdam en ver daarbuiten. Jarenlang runde hij het Adviesburo Drugs en verrichtte hij pionierswerk op het gebied van harm reduction: XTC testen op feesten, de Safe House campagne, heroïneverstrekking én de coffeeshop als cruciaal onderdeel van het drugsbeleid. Niet alleen voor de overheid, maar ook voor de coffeeshopbranche is hij een luis in de pels. In december 2017 ontving August de Frans Banninck Cocqpenning voor zijn belangrijke bijdrage aan het Amsterdamse, landelijke en internationale drugsbeleid.

Bart Vollenberg
Bart holds a unique position in the coffeeshop industry: he owns two coffeeshops in Almere and Lelystad, is a board member of the two national coffeeshop unions PCN and BCD and he founded the Epicurus Foundation, a think tank on regulation of the cannabis market. Epicurus has organized two well-attended conferences in Utrecht -‘The Transparant Chain I and II’- and took the initiative for the Grass Poll survey and Cannabis Connect, which now represents over 220 coffeeshops.
Hij heeft een unieke positie in de coffeeshopbranche: Bart Vollenberg bezit coffeeshops in Almere en Lelystad, is bestuurslid van de beide landelijke coffeeshopbonden PCN en BCD en oprichter van de stichting Epicurus Foundation, een denktank over regulering van de cannabismarkt. Epicurus organiseerde twee drukbezochte congressen in Utrecht, De Transparante Keten I en II en nam het initiatief voor de Grass Poll enquête en Cannabis Connect, waarbij inmiddels meer dan 220 coffeeshops bij aan zijn gesloten.

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Today in History for June 15th

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Highlights of this day in history: England’s King John signs the Magna Carta; A deadly steamboat fire in New York City; Jordan’s King Hussein weds American Lisa Halaby; Arlington National Cemetery created; Singer Ella Fitzgerald dies. (June 15)

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How The Assassination Of RFK Changed The Life Of A Busboy (HBO)

Ever since he was a young boy, the Kennedy name has meant something special to Juan Romero. Growing up in Mexico, he remembers every house having a crucifix, with a picture of the pope on one side and a picture of President John F. Kennedy on the other.

When he moved to Los Angeles as a teenager, he witnessed John’s brother, Senator Robert F. Kennedy, marching with Cesar Chavez.

“Some people would say he could be rubbing elbows with royalty instead of walking down dirt roads with farm laborers,” Romero said. “What I felt about Robert Kennedy was that he was a champion of equal rights for everybody.”

On the night of June 4th, 1968, Romero was working as a busboy at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Kennedy had just won the California Democratic Primary and was giving a victory speech in the ballroom of the hotel. Romero listened from the kitchen and hoped he might get the chance to shake the senator’s hand before he departed.

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ShowBiz Minute: BTS, John, Iglesias

BTS first K-pop band to top Billboard album charts; Elton John visits Ukraine to take part in AIDS charity event; Enrique Iglesias loves his fans, but misses family “like crazy.” (May 29)

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Elton John: ‘Ukraine is in my heart’

Elton John expresses his fondness and pride in Ukraine and reveals he’s “inspired” by the country at an AIDS charity event in Kiev. (May 30)

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Jamie Foxx, a sage mentor for Egerton

Jamie Foxx talks about his advice to “Robin Hood” co-star Taron Egerton on hearing about his role in an Elton John biopic; reveals he’s impressed with Egerton’s singing voice. (April 30)

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What John Bolton’s Past Tells Us About His Future As Trump’s National Security Adviser (HBO)

When John Bolton becomes Donald Trump’s national security advisor later this month, he’ll assume more influence over U.S foreign policy than he’s ever had before.

That has a lot of people nervous: Bolton has rarely seen a military intervention he didn’t like — he supported the war in Iraq (and still does), regime change in Iran, and a first strike against North Korea’s nuclear program.

But the last time Bolton was up for a big job — his 2005 nomination for ambassador to the United Nations — what tripped him up wasn’t his policies; it was testimony about his penchant for berating subordinates, and a refusal to listen to information that countered his personal beliefs.

Carl Ford, Jr., was the director of the State Department bureau responsible for intelligence analysis in 2002, when Bolton was under secretary of state for Arms Control. At the time, the Bush administration was building up evidence of a nuclear weapons program in Iraq — wrongfully, as it turned out — and Bolton was seeking to make the case that another country, Cuba, was working on its own biological weapons program. (It wasn’t.)

Ford’s analysts disagreed, and Bolton, Ford says, didn’t want to hear it. He called the analyst into his office, and threatened to have him fired. Ford fought back.

“I was steaming,” Ford recalled. “I explained to him… ‘John, if you want to say this, that you believe it — be our guest. But you cannot say that it’s the intelligence community’s view.”

The drama that ensued followed Bolton for years, and nearly kept him out of the UN job. He was later granted a recess appointment by the president. But more than a decade later, former colleagues say it’s much more worrisome as a sign of how Bolton might deal with intelligence that contradicts his views in his much more powerful position.

“It is the best evidence we have of how he will behave in the future,” said Greg Thielmann, another former State Department intel analyst who worked with Bolton. “These things might be academic but this is how you build the case for war.”

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ROTC Peer: Fla. Shooter Seemed Like ‘A Good Kid’

Brothers James and John Ciaramello stood alongside Nikolas Cruz as junior reserve officer training corps students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High school. John recalls him being a bit awkward and quiet but generally good natured. (Feb. 17)

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This Is What It’s Like To Fly Over The Super Bowl In An Air Force F-16

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There are few things as “USA, USA” as the in-formation military flyover at a sporting event.. As a fan, there’s really nothing quite like the sensation of being in a packed stadium, hyped for the game to start, then hearing jets roar overhead right at the climax of the national anthem.

I wanted to find out how this works first hand, so we headed to Minneapolis and linked up with the Air Force team getting ready to do the flyover of Super Bowl LII.

There isn’t a more high profile event in American sports, so getting the timing right is essential. Pilots in the air have to be in constant communication with the team on the ground to make sure they pass over the stadium at exactly the right moment. Every second counts when you’re trying to get a flyover just right.

My pilot, Maj. John “Rain” Waters, explained how the process works. Basically, the jets take off early and circle a 12 mile radius around the stadium. The team knows how long it will take to fly to the stadium, and the team at the Super Bowl knows how long it will take P!nk to sing the national anthem. The trick is to start the approach so you’re flying over just as the singer is belting out “home of the brave.”

Lt. Col. Chris “Nike” McAlear was the Air Force lead at U.S. Bank Stadium, where the Super Bowl was held. His job was to keep the pilots aware of any schedule changes to make sure they can adjust in time.

But these flyovers have a real military training purpose. Close air support missions require perfect timing on the battlefield, otherwise you might bomb the wrong troops. Stadium flyovers offer the opportunity for pilots to train how to be at a given place at an exact time.“What this does is forces our pilots to go up there and recalculate speeds and routes” to make sure they pass overhead at just the right time.

The Air Force wasn’t able to tell me the exact cost of the flyover, but they did explain that flyovers are typically at no additional cost to the taxpayer (other outlets have estimated the cost of previous flyovers at $450,000) as the funds for the flights come from training budgets.

Hospital Podcast 352 with London Elektricity

London Elektricity kick starts 2018 with a podcast jam packed with cuts from the forthcoming ‘Sick Music 2018’…

Tracklist:

King Of The Rollers ‘Burnt Ends”
John B ‘Sweet Love’
Urbandawn ‘Spare Life’
D’TCH ‘Nobody’
Unglued ‘Bootstrap Bill’
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Will Miles ‘Medicine’
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QZB x Phentix ‘Gang Signs’
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Elton John says upcoming tour will be his last

Elton John is retiring from the road after his upcoming three-year global tour, capping nearly 50 years on stages around the world. The legendary singer hopes to spend more time with his family. (Jan. 24)

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