What an incredible opening weekend for The Fate of the Furious!!!
Directed by F. Gary Gary, the movie has grossed a HUGE amount of money for their opening weekend, out-pacing every other movie out on the market now and going SO big, that no other new release wanted to debut this weekend against it!!
Across the entire Easter weekend, and across the entire world, The Fate of the Furious did an estimated $532.5 million in its first three days in theaters!!
WOW!! That includes a whopping $100.2 million domestically in a huge American opener, too!
But it’s the global total that everyone is looking at — if that number holds when the final numbers come in on Monday, Furious 8 will eclipse Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the BIGGEST WORLDWIDE OPENING EVER!!!
Star Wars took in $529 million total on its opening weekend and, well, Furious 8 looks like it just surpassed that. Impressive!!!
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — With temperatures in some areas in the upper 80’s, New Yorkers made sure to get outside and enjoy what’s been an incredibly warm Easter Sunday.
Thousands of people flocked to the city’s outdoor spaces, unable to do the traditional sit-down holiday meal indoors this year.
From football to frisbee, to spike-ball, to sunbathing — the list of things to do this Easter Sunday was endless in Central Park.
One guy was particularly excited about his special chair.
“Have you ever seen that thing in the infomercial,” he asked CBS2’s Erin Logan. “You run in the wind with it. Then you put it down. It’s great. It’s comfortable, relaxing in the sun.”
Relaxing in their unusually dressed down Easter attire, some people added a bit of flair to their look by donning confetti eggs.
While some folks still rolled out their full-blown Easter meal picnic-style, others say this year’s holiday had a different feeling.
Feeling full just wasn’t necessary.
“I think it’s more about socializing in sort of a group enjoyment of the weather,” New Yorker Andrews Matthieu told CBS2.
Shannon Hall couldn’t agree more. She says she missed her family this year, but this weather made it a bit easier to swallow.
New Yorker Carlos Poste tells WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell he’s been waiting a long time for a day like this.
“It’s like, um, purgatory and then you realize in the middle of purgatory that there’s actually a door there and you can make your way through that door and through that door there’s strawberries and, like, sangria,” he said. “The whole time, you didn’t even know.”
After burning some calories, one group of people was getting ready for some bunny bars — rice crispy treats with some popcorn, M & M’s, and sprinkles.
Shannon Oleson says she feels right at home spending Easter just like she used to.
“I’m from Texas,” she said, “so Easter was always warm. But I’ve never had it in New York yet so it’s pretty awesome.”
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A new report out yesterday evening in the New York Times indicates that O’Reilly’s behavior specifically may have been the final straw that pushed Megyn Kelly from Fox News and into her new role at NBC News, according to insiders.
It all stems back to last year, when Kelly came out against then-Fox News head Roger Ailes, and on TV one morning as a guest of another network, O’Reilly roundly dismissed the accusations, belittled Kelly, and came in the defense of Fox as opposed to helping a fellow on-air anchor.
Sounds like Bill.
Megyn was allegedly so fed up from that exact moment that O’Reilly created, she used it as a final factor in her decision to leave Fox for NBC — and she apparently felt that, because of O’Reilly’s words, the culture at Fox News was never going to change, Ailes or not.
O’Reilly’s lawyer, Marc E. Kasowitz, responded to the NYT and this new report in a statement (below):
“Mr. O’Reilly cannot comment on what Megyn Kelly thought, or did or did not do, except to say she never raised any such issue with him, nor did anyone else. At this time, it is apparent to any objective observer that Mr. O’Reilly is being subjected to a malicious campaign intent on harming his reputation and family through speculation and innuendo.”
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This is the low-fat book cooks who care about wholesome, vegetarian-inspired food have been waiting for, with more than 280 recipes that are as delicious and trustworthy as those in the Moosewood Collective’s previous books.
With fourteen chapters, ranging from savory soups and main course salads to creative side dishes and aromatic Mediterranean and Asian-inspired dishes, fat will not be missed in mouthwatering recipes like Guacamole with Asparagus, Chinese Orzo Vegetable Salad, Spring Vegetable Paella, Indian Potato Pancakes, and Creamy Dairyless Rice Pudding. Along with those creative dishes, there are also low-fat variations on familiar favorites such as Macaroni and Cheese, Shephard’s Pie, and Dark Chocolate Pudding. An added bonus: the Moosewood Collective has made sure that the ingredients used in the recipes throughout the book are easily found in most well-stocked supermarkets.
Along with nutritional and glossary guides that provide explanations of nutritional terms, instructions for how to glean the information you need from nutrition labels, a brief overview of vitamins and minerals, and guides to ingredients and cooking techniques, the Collective also offers tips and ideas for sustaining a low-fat lifestyle. They bake rather than fry, replace high-fat ingredients with healthy substitutes (no artificial ingredients allowed!), and use butter and oil very moderately, so that what is lost in fat is gained in bold, intense flavors.
Moosewood Restaurant Low-fat Favorites is sure to set the kitchen standard not only for health-conscious cooks, but also for those who have come to rely on the Moosewood Collective’s easy, earthy approach to cooking.
The first twelve mysteries in the celebrated series about four orphaned siblings who will do anything to stick together.
The Alden children—Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny—are on their own. Brave and resourceful, they find a rusty, abandoned railroad boxcar in the woods, make it their home, and start a life of adventure.
Since its debut, the Boxcar Children Mysteries has been one of the most beloved and popular children’s collections of all time, and the first of the series was named one of the top 100 children’s novels by School Library Journal. This set includes the first twelve classic stories, following the Alden kids as they get to know their estranged grandfather, face down trouble, solve mysteries, and strengthen an unbreakable bond. The basis for an animated series, these tales are a delight for kids of all ages, and a perfect introduction to a timeless and cherished series.
This enriched ebook box set includes an illustrated biography of author Gertrude Chandler Warner, with photos from the archives at the Warner Museum in Putnam, Connecticut.
Age Level: 7 – 10; Grade Level: 2 – 5
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FLAVORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. NO PASSPORT REQUIRED.
Cilantro and chili peppers are Mexican royalty. Oregano and basil have defined Italian foods for centuries. And nothing recalls the tastes of India more than cumin and coriander. Anything from a plain chicken breast to a fresh-from-the-ocean fillet can be transformed into dozens of different ethnic dishes, and chef Jeffrey Saad is just the person to show you how.
In his cookbook debut, Saad—restaurateur and star of the Cooking Channel’s United Tastes of America—takes you on an international tour to celebrate and savor the flavors of the globe without ever leaving your kitchen.
Journeying through popular culinary hotspots from France, Italy, and Spain to India, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East, Saad breaks down the core spices that define each region’s cuisine and showcases scrumptious recipes inspired by these global palates. In addition to salads, soups, and sandwiches, Jeffrey Saad’s Global Kitchen includes
tantalizing tapas, from Crustless Sweet Onion and Potato Spanish Tart to Crab Tostadas with Fire-Roasted Chiles and Wild Mushroom Bruschetta with Shaved Parmesan
healthful—and delicious—vegetarian dishes, including Butternut Squash and Allspice Risotto, White Bean Soup with Rosemary Pesto, and Sweet and Spicy Chinese Long Beans
a carnivore’s delight, including Smoked Paprika Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Beef Bourguignonne, Pork Chops with Carmelized Apples and Arugula, and Jeffrey’s signature Harissa Steak Sandwich (featured on The Next Food Network Star)
fish lovers’ fare, from Lobster Pot Pie and Grilled Tilapia in Spicy Asian Broth to Five-Spice Shrimp Sliders and Turmeric-Grilled Scallop Pitas
sinful desserts, including Almond-Orange-Chocolate Biscotti and Nutella Crepes
Plus—sections on extremely delicious tacos and burritos, the bodacious beauty (and versatility) of the egg, and a multitude of pasta pleasures—with mouthwatering color photos throughout
Written with Saad’s showstopping passion for food and seasoned with helpful sidebars and cooking essentials, this easy-to-use recipe guide is a melting pot of culinary wisdom. Whether you like savory or sweet, keeping it mild or kicking up the heat, Jeffrey Saad’s Global Kitchen shows you how to eat globally and cook locally with gourmet-quality results.
“What would the world be like if the dinosaurs hadn’t gone extinct? As this very funny book shows, for one thing, L.A. would be even weirder than it is now.” –Dave Barry
Vincent Rubio, a Los Angeles private investigator, is down on his luck: He’s out of work. His car’s been repossessed. His partner has died under mysterious circumstances. And his tail just won’t stay put. Vincent is a dinosaur–a Velociraptor, to be precise. It seems the dinosaurs faked their extinction 65 million years ago and still roam the earth, disguised in convincing latex costumes that help them blend perfectly into human society. A heightened sense of smell allows the dinos to detect one another–Vincent’s got an odor like a tasty Cuban cigar.
When Vincent is called to investigate a two-bit case of arson at a hip dino nightclub, he discovers something much more sinister, which lures him back to New York City–the scene of his partner’s death and a dangerous nexus of dinosaur and human intermingling.
Will Vincent solve the mystery of his partner’s death? Will a gorgeous blond chanteuse discover his true identity, jeopardizing both their lives? Will Vincent be able to conquer his dangerous addiction to basil, or will he wind up in Herba-holics Anonymous? Will he find true love, or resort to crumpled issues of Stegolicious?
Somewhere between Jurassic Park and L.A. Confidential lies Eric Garcia’s Anonymous Rex, one of the smartest, wittiest, and most entertaining debuts this side of the Ice Age.
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