Catch up with Executive Producer, Richard Appel, and Producer, Kara Vallow from The Cleveland Show on the red carpet at the People's Choice Awards.
Homeless Holdouts Await Eviction
Allan Appel Photo Richard and Lora Weeks, a couple married for 28 years, have considered an encampment in the woods along the Mill River by the Willow Street I-91 off-ramps “home” for the past two years — but appear to have only one more night left
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Personnel: Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar); Steve Van Zandt (vocals); Suki Lahav (violin); Michael Brecker (tenor saxophone); David Sanborn (baritone saxophone); Clarence Clemons (saxophone, background vocals); Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn); Danny Federici (organ); Roy Bittan (keyboards, glockenspiel, background vocals); David Sancious (keyboards); Garry Tallent, Richard Davis (bass); Max Weinberg, Ernest Boom Carter (drums); Mike Appel (background vocals). Producers: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Landau, Mike Appel. Recorded at The Record Plant, New York, and 914 Sound Studio, Blauvelt, New York. Personnel: Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Bruce Springsteen (horns); Suki Lahav (violin); Steve VanZandt (horns, background vocals); Danny Federici (organ, keyboards); Garry Tallent (bass guitar); Ernest Carter, Max Weinberg (drums); Steven Van Zandt (background vocals); Clarence Clemons (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Michael Brecker (tenor saxophone); David Sanborn (baritone saxophone); Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn); Wayne Andre (trombone); Roy Bittan (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, harpsichord, organ, glockenspiel, background vocals); David Sancious (keyboards); Mike Appel (background vocals). Audio Mixers: Jimmy Iovine; Bob Clearmountain. Liner Note Author: Bruce Springsteen. Recording information: 914 Sound Studio, Blauvett, NY; Ahmanson Theater, Los Angeles, CA; Hammersmith Odeon, London, England; Record Plant Studio, New York, NY. Directors: Thom Zimny; Barry Rebo. Editor: Thom Zimny. Photographers: Barbara Pyle; Peter Cunningham; Eric Meola. BORN TO RUN is the album that turned Springsteen from a phenomenon into a superstar. His first couple of releases found Bruce working out his fascination with Dylan and Van Morrison on earthy, wordy, folk-rock-R & B tunes full of soul and punch. On BORN TO RUN, Springsteen became even more ambitious, synthesizing Spectorian production with Orbison-esque drama and Duane Eddy-influenced guitar work, creating so
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A distinguished and experienced appellate court judge, Richard A. Posner offers in this new book a unique and, to orthodox legal thinkers, a startling perspective on how judges and justices decide cases. When conventional legal materials enable judges to ascertain the true facts of a case and apply clear pre-existing legal rules to them, Posner argues, they do so straightforwardly; that is the domain of legalist reasoning. However, in non-routine cases, the conventional materials run out and judges are on their own, navigating uncharted seas with equipment consisting of experience, emotions, and often unconscious beliefs. In doing so, they take on a legislative role, though one that is confined by internal and external constraints, such as professional ethics, opinions of respected colleagues, and limitations imposed by other branches of government on freewheeling judicial discretion. Occasional legislators, judges are motivated by political considerations in a broad and sometimes a narrow sense of that term. In that open area, most American judges are legal pragmatists. Legal pragmatism is forward-looking and policy-based. It focuses on the consequences of a decision in both the short and the long term, rather than on its antecedent logic. Legal pragmatism so understood is really just a form of ordinary practical reasoning, rather than some special kind of legal reasoning. Supreme Court justices are uniquely free from the constraints on ordinary judges and uniquely tempted to engage in legislative forms of adjudication. More than any other court, the Supreme Court is best understood as a political court.
com/~r/climatecentral/djOO/~3/wnwaRAToS_o/businesses-push-against-trumps-climate-dismissal-20928. By Richard Luscombe, The Guardian From his claim that global warming was a gigantic hoax masterminded by China to his promise to pull the United States out of the landmark Paris agreement, Donald Trump’s surprise election win was widely decried by... But a growing number of environmentally friendly American businesses – including major airlines and banks, as well as energy, tech and pharmaceutical companies – are pushing back against the president-elect’s attempts to dismiss climate change... At the first Companies vs Climate Change conference in Fort Lauderdale on Wednesday, a succession of company executives, sustainable business experts and environmental activists spoke of the need for corporate America to step up efforts to help... Credit: Michael Mazengarb/flickr “If they don’t then the people who are hellbent on rescinding regulations and just allowing the market to function without any guardrails are likely to undo all the progress that the United States has made over the... “Businesses that are in favour of addressing climate change, and maintaining environmental safeguards need to really express their views and express the business case for doing so. Not only is it good for them, and they’re generating profit and... ” The three-day summit, which brought together executives from companies including TD Bank, Citigroup, Nasdaq, Ingersoll Rand, Bright Power, United and Alaska Airlines, was arranged before Trump’s presidential election victory on 8 November. We’re not here to debate whether there is climate change. We’re here to try to save the world, because the government’s not going to,” he said. Joe Doolan, head of environmental affairs at TD Bank, said his company planned to press ahead with green initiatives that had won environmental awards and proved popular with customers, including a 15 percent reduction in its consumption of paper... “We set ourselves up as an environmental leader back in 2007 and became the first carbon-neutral bank in the U. S. in 2010,” he said. “We’ve installed solar canopies over our drive-through lanes, which has helped us offset our energy costs, and 90 percent of our waste is diverted from landfills. For us it’s about reduction, reduction, reduction. ” Jeffrey Perlman, founder and chief executive of New York-based Bright Power, an energy and water management company for mostly multi-family residential buildings, said he had “never been so happy for energy policies at a state level”. He said: “We have an incoming administration not willing to even admit that climate change is a thing [but] they won’t be able to dismantle a lot of the great energy policies in the states that are being more progressive. “If we’re talking about how people interact and consume energy, from how they heat and cool their homes to how they do business in a more environmentally friendly way, the only way that happens is through business. Credit: Mathias Appel/flickr Smaller businesses say they also have concerns. Forest Green, a nature technology company in Virginia, has launched a “carbon transaction platform” that allows business and individuals to offset their carbon footprint using a mobile phone app. “If compliance isn’t going to come from the government it really is going to be the power of individual decision-making that’s going to create the change,” said company representative Sarah McDonough. The conference opened with a keynote address from David Fenton, a prominent climate change publicist, who said the politicisation of global warming had dissuaded many businesses from taking action. “Business is more important than ever if we’re going to face a bunch of climate deniers,” he said. “The way climate change has become a partisan issue in the U. S. has become a big issue in the world, other countries look at the U. S. Senate, where one can’t get a simple, non-binding resolution passed that says humans are changing the planet,...
Richard and Suzanne's Famous Red Beans and Sausage (sausage, bacon, bay leaves, olive oil, garlic, green pepper, green onion, red pepper, red pepper flakes, salt, butter, water, yellow onions)
Grilled Cabbage by Richard (butter, cabbage, olive oil, black pepper, salt)
Richard's Chicken Breasts (butter, chicken, rosemary, flour, marsala wine, mozzarella cheese, olive oil, onions, mushrooms, poultry seasoning)
Richard and Suzanne's Famous Spaghetti Sauce (basil, bay leaf, black pepper, garlic, green pepper, green onion, olive oil, onions, salt, water, sugar)
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Born: Richard James Appel (1963-05-21) May 21, 1963 (age 53) New York City, New York, United States: Occupation: Writer, producer, former attorney: Alma mater
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