SAN FERNANDO VALLEY, CA – Today, Thursday, Aug. 2, is National Ice Cream Sandwich Day, and to help you celebrate CREAM (Cookies Rule Everything Around Me) shops throughout California, including in Northridge and North Hollywood, are offering a mini ice-cream sandwich for just 1 penny from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., while supplies last. "You're invited to help us celebrate National Ice Cream Sandwich day!" the company said. "A penny saved has earned you a mini cookie ice cream sandwich for one penny!" But do note: One per customer, and toppings are extra. Founded in 2010 in Berkeley, CREAM is known for its warm ice cream sandwiches prepared with freshly baked cookies and a variety of toppings. CREAM also serves ice cream cones, sundaes, milkshakes, malts, floats and a "CREAM Taco." In Northridge, CREAM is at 9000 Reseda Blvd., and at 11135 Magnolia Blvd in North Hollywood. Another regional store is 960 Ontario Mills Drive in Ontario. ALSO SEE: San Fernando Valley: Say Hello To Your New … [Read more...] about Get Ice Cream Sandwich For A Penny Today In North Hollywood
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On any given day, thousands of packages from Walmarts, Targets, and stores around the country travel north along a two-lane road out of Billings, Montana — past the Tumbleweed Saloon, past cows grazing on empty rangeland, past the Busy Bee Cafe and stands of short pines — to the town of Roundup, where they will be unboxed, re-boxed, and sent off to Amazon. At first glance, Roundup does not appear to be a hub for much of anything. Founded by homesteaders and ranchers in the late 19th century, it enjoyed boomlets as a coal town and a station along the Milwaukee railroad, but the coal tapped out and the train shut down, and the town’s population has now sunk below 2,000. Its Main Street is lined with homages to its frontier past: silhouettes of cowboys painted on boarded-up windows; dust-covered wagon wheels in otherwise empty storefronts; a noose dangling from “the hanging tree,” which a plaque explains was used to execute three cattle rustlers and two … [Read more...] about The everything town in the middle of nowhere
The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled unanimously that the authorities generally may not search the mobile phones of those they arrest unless they have a court warrant. "Our answer to the question of what police must do before searching a cell phone seized incident to an arrest is accordingly simple—get a warrant," Chief Justice John Roberts wrote (PDF). It's perhaps the biggest digital-age privacy decision that the high court has rendered following its 2012 ruling that the authorities usually need warrants to affix GPS trackers to a suspect's vehicle. The Obama administration and prosecutors from states across the country had lobbied the high court in briefs to allow police officers to be able to search arrestees' gadgets—not just mobile phones—without a warrant. The justices declined to do so, saying that "privacy comes at a cost." "Modern cell phones, as a category, implicate privacy concerns far beyond those implicated by the search of a … [Read more...] about Cops must have a warrant to search cell phones, rules Supreme Court
"Argo's" Oscar-baiting director, newly 40, talks about his career turnaround, how anxiety drives him, what Matt Damon's wife might think when he comes over, and what he emailed J. Lo. This story first appeared in the Oct. 19 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. On Aug. 15, Ben Affleck -- Oscar-winning wunderkind of Good Will Hunting, other half of "Bennifer," skyrocketing superstar who soared, sank and sizzled again thanks to his directing endeavors Gone Baby Gone and The Town -- turned 40. He celebrated with a dinner party thrown by his wife, Jennifer Garner, at their Pacific Palisades home, attended by a handful of close friends on the brink of middle age, including Matt Damon, his WME agent Patrick Whitesell and Disney production president Sean Bailey. PHOTOS: Ben Affleck at 40 "It was not fun for me," says Affleck of entering his fifth decade. "It's this moment of bifurcation between youth and middle age. One wants to think of oneself as young. One does not want to think: … [Read more...] about THR Cover: Confessions of Ben Affleck
Does your work excite or exhaust you? Is the daily grind getting to be intolerable, or do you love getting up in the morning ready to start your day? According to the World Health Organization, more people feel burned out than turned on by their work. Long hours, endless emails during off-hours, and the constant pressure to perform are leading to a global mental health crisis. However, is it inevitable that hard work can drive you to feel tattered and torn by your responsibilities? New research by Arizona State University’s David Welsh and colleagues (2019) explores how to sidestep the potential for burnout by adjusting your goal-setting behavior, but not in ways you might expect. According to the authors, “goal-setting theory is one of the most practically important theories in the field of organizational behavior” (p. 1). This theory proposes that “cognitive mechanisms direct attention toward goal-relevant activities and heighten focus and persistence.” … [Read more...] about Could Burnout Get to You, Too?