Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin When Phil Rosenthal — creator, host and spirited funnyman of the award-winning Netflix travel-food show Somebody Feed Phil — smiles, which he does much of the time, his lips curve into the shape of a heart. Well, not a fully rounded classic heart. Rather, his mouth forms a sweet uplifted stretch of a heart. His typical facial expression — looking a little wonderstruck, a lot joyful — reflects Rosenthal’s persona: positive, ebullient, curious, caring and quick-witted. Rosenthal is beloved by legions of fans who are cheered by his gung-ho humor and inquisitive quest for the best. So this fifth season of Somebody Feed Phil , which premieres May 25 on Netflix, has been highly anticipated. It showcases five distinctive destinations, each with unique culinary twists: Oaxaca (Mexico), Maine, Helsinki (Finland), Portland (Oregon) and Madrid (Spain). These illuminating episodes brim with vibrant scenery, kitchen … [Read more...] about He’s Back! Phil Rosenthal Of ‘Somebody Feed Phil’ On His New Netflix Season, Starting May 25
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Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Pachinko is Apple’s most compelling K-drama. The acclaimed drama based on the bestselling novel by Min Jin Lee, in the series created by Soo Hugh, which is being called “one of the best adaptations of all time. The series was recently picked up for a second season (the season finale of the first season made its debut on April 29). Hugh is also creating a new Apple Original series called The White Darkness. With May being Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month , recognizing the contributions of the AAPI community, it’s no surprise that Pachinko is one of the most talked about series on Apple TV+. Pachinko—told across three languages, Korean, Japanese, and English—tells the story of a Korean immigrant family across four generations. They leave their homeland in South Korea during the Japanese occupation, survive through the Second World War, and discrimination. The story is told through the eyes of … [Read more...] about How Korean Drama ‘Pachinko’ Is Making Waves In Tattoo Design
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Whether you’re a manager at a company with 3,000 employees or three, something that leaders across industries have learned in the past two years is that giving employees more flexibility is key to retention and recruiting of new hires. The pandemic forced the majority (~70%) of the US workforce to adapt in a plethora of different ways to keep everyone healthy while still continuing to work efficiently. Companies that previously had 0% of their employees working remotely had to figure out how to seamlessly transfer all operations to a 100% digital environment. While obviously a ton of bad things came from the pandemic, that’s not to say there weren’t learnings and lessons discovered across the board. The reality is that more talent in every part of the country, and the world, now has access to greater opportunities because of the increased normalization of remote work. Gone are the days where you have to live in San Francisco … [Read more...] about 30 Executives’ Perspectives On Remote, Hybrid, And In-Office Work
U.S. equity markets wavered to begin the new month, reflecting investors' uncertainty over issues ranging from the impact of corporate earnings to how Fed rate hikes will shape the economy this year. UPS Inc. ( UPS ) is the best-performing stock in the S&P 500 on its earnings news. Better-than-expected earnings are also lifting shares of Exxon Mobil Corp. ( XOM ). That’s boosting shares of other energy companies as well. Shares of cruise lines, airlines, and other travel-related companies are advancing on decreasing omicron variant case numbers. Key Takeaways U.S. equity markets wavered to begin the new month, with all three major indexes fluctuating between green and red. The quit rate fell for the first time since Dec. 2020. Ups and downs reflect investors' uncertainty over issues ranging from the impact of corporate earnings, Fed rate hikes, and ongoing supply chain and pandemic concerns. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note has widened and narrowed … [Read more...] about Stocks Fluctuate to Begin Month as Investors Digest Data, Earnings
It’s a great time to remember that you can’t let evil win in this world. On today’s episode of “The David Hookstead Show,” I spoke about the horrific massacre in Buffalo , New York , and how it’s the latest unfortunate reminder that bad people exist in this world. There’s no such thing as evil resting, and that means you have to have situational awareness of what’s going on around you at all times. Trust me, the bad guys don’t give a damn what the laws or the rules are. They’re human garbage looking to do bad things. You can watch me break it all down right at the start of the video below. I wish I didn’t have to talk about people being murdered on “The David Hookstead Show,” but I wouldn’t be doing my job if I just ignored it. People are in a lot of pain right now, and it’s important to remember that there are a lot more good people than bad people. My recent interview with the former three Delta Force guys is proof of the fact. Stay alert, stay safe, pay … [Read more...] about ‘The David Hookstead Show’: We Can’t Let Evil Win
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin More than eighty percent of eligible voters turned out for the Philippines Presidential Election, and it looks a landslide victory for Ferdinand (Bongbong) Marcos Jr. While they are finishing the vote count, several media critics are already trying to punch holes in Bongbong’s stunning landslide victory. Some have pointed to the excesses of his father’s regime (of 36 years ago), while others have targeted his 92-year-old mother (Imelda). Some allege a closer friendship to China, but few have spent time examining the erosion of Philippine love for America – an important analysis for a former USA colony - where the average citizens really do love America. In bygone days, Capitol Hill pushed for closer ties with Manila but, sadly, the former pro-Philippine hawks have long since vacated the building. With Bongbong now on the rise, the U.S. Government is taking a fresh look at ways to improve the relationship. As everyone … [Read more...] about Retail’s Worry: As Philippines Trade Ramps Up – Will Bongbong Marcos Question America’s Love?