Robert J. Anderson
Robert J. Anderson
Robert J. Anderson, better known by his stage name Bobby Anderson (or sometimes Bobbie Anderson), was an American actor and television producer, most famous for his role as Little George Bailey in It's a Wonderful Life. Anderson grew up in a Hollywood family. His father, Gene Anderson was an assistant director and production manager, and his brothers and cousins were editors and production managers in their own right.
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10 Shows That Didn't Get Emmys Love, But Should Get Yours
Huffington Post - 5 months
There are many, many good television shows out there these days, and hardly enough time — or awards — to give them all their due. Plus, not everyone is going to agree on which of our current small-screen offerings are truly the best. While one person stumps for Rachel Bloom’s nuanced and hilarious delivery on “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” another one could justifiably argue that Andrew Lincoln’s performance on “The Walking Dead” is truly where it’s at.  While Sunday night’s focus will be on the Emmy-nominated shows, actors, writers and co. at this year’s award ceremony, don’t forget to check out the worthy shows that fell short of nabbing a nod for 2016. Ladies and gentlemen, 10 shows for your Roku queue consideration. “Halt and Catch Fire” (AMC) What might sound a little hokey ― a show about Texas’ Silicon Prairie and the rise of personal computers in the 1980s ― ends up being deeply emotional and perfectly nerdy. First off, the opening credits of “Halt and Catch Fire” constitute ...
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Texans rookie corner Kevin Johnson undergoing foot surgery Wednesday
Houston Chronicle - about 1 year
Texans rookie standout cornerback Kevin Johnson is undergoing foot surgery Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C. Renowned orthopedic surgeon Dr. Robert Anderson, a foot and ankle specialist who’s the Carolina Panthers’ team doctor, is performing the procedure. A stress fracture in his fifth metarsal of his foot, commonly known as a Jones fracture, is being repaired. The Jones fracture was discovered with a month left in the season and Johnson played through the painful injury. Johnson also is slated to have surgery in two to three weeks for a broken left wrist he played through during the Texans’ 30-0 playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. He left the game after recording three tackles. Johnson is expected to recover from both injuries in time for offseason practices. A first-round draft pick from Wake Forest, Johnson adjusted adeptly enough to the NFL to start 10 of 16 games played. Johnson recorded 52 tackles, one interception and nine passes defended. Johnson got picked on a bi ...
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First Nighter: Topher Payne's "Perfect Arrangement" Less Than Perfect
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Topher Payne sets Perfect Arrangement, directed by Michael Barakiva at the Duke, in 1950 Washington, D. C. when Commie baiting and routing out supposed deviants of any stripe were becoming federal government obsessions. To particularize the frightening situation, playwright Payne introduces two married couples, Bob Martindale (Robert Eli) and Millie Martindale (Mikaela Feeley-Lehmann) and Jim Baxter (Christopher J. Hanke) and Norma Baxter (Julia Coffey), who live in adjoining apartments and, in addition to Bob and Norma working in the same deviant-hunting government agency, consider themselves best friends. The truth of their alliances, however is that the actual couples are Bob and Jim and Millie and Norma--and demonstrative about it they certainly are. So their legal unions are the perfect arrangement to which Payne's title refers. They're the cover Bob and Norma require to continue toiling at their ever-worsening duties--seeing increasingly to the dismissal of suspected homosex ...
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Hutchinson - A Fabulous Indonesian Steak House on La Cienega!
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
all photos by Jay or Hutchinson It's all booths inside this exotic steak emporium One of my new favorite Los Angeles restaurant, a traditional steakhouse with Indonesian touches, HUTCHINSON COCKTAILS & GRILL (826 N. La Cienega Blvd., 310-360-0884) is two blocks below Santa Monica Blvd. where The Spanish Kitchen used to be (and once was the location of Alan Hale's The Lobster Barrel, he was the skipper on Gilligan's Island). This is certainly one of the best steak houses in the city, with the added advantage of serving delicious dishes from Southeast Asia. How did the Hutchinsons come to Indonesia? The two owners, Ian and Justin Hopper, will be happy to stop by your table to tell you the story of how their Iowa family came to California a century ago to farm. Their grandfather Richard Hutchinson Hopper graduates from Caltech with a degree in geology and went to Sumatra, Indonesia, to search for fossil fuels - oil - and was there when the ...
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Do Orcas Go Crazy Because of Petting Pools, Loss of Trust, and False Hopes?
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
The violent death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau in the jaws of an orca named Tilikum in early 2010 triggered a series of journalistic articles and books on the history and conditions of orca captivity resulting in severe injuries and deaths to both orcas and trainers (see for example, "Beneath the Surface: SeaWorld Insider Goes Beyond Blackfish"). This culminated in the documentary "Blackfish" that has strongly impacted the public and has led to an open debate on the ethical propriety of keeping such large, intelligent, and socially complex creatures in captivity. A significant part of the discussion has been the question of why certain orcas turned violent. Alongside the public discussion, the scientific community has been asking many of the same questions. One apparent reason for the aggression was the physically and psychologically abusive treatment that Tilikum suffered at SeaLand, prior to arriving at SeaWorld. However, in the case of the aggressive SeaWorld orcas who neve ...
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Murder trial: defendant’s son gives evidence
Isle Of Man Today - almost 2 years
The jury in a murder trial at Douglas courthouse has heard the alleged victim was having an affair with the defendant’s wife and owed the defendant money. Robert Anderson, whose father Ian has denied murdering 60-year-old gardener Neil Roberts, told the court he first met Mr Roberts on a visit to the island soon after his parents moved here in 2012. He told the court his father, who is 46, initially worked for the Ronaldsway Aircraft Company but later got a job back in the UK returning to their home in Queen Street, Castletown at weekends. His parents socialised with Mr Roberts and he noticed the relationship became more intense. Under cross examination from Dawn Jones, he said: ‘Every time we went out to the Glue Pot [pub] Neil Roberts would turn up within a few minutes. I don’t know how he knew we were there. ‘I came a few times to the Isle of Man in 2012 and saw Neil every time. It got a bit weird. He would turn up when we were shopping, or at restaurants: within minutes he woul ...
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West Yorkshire League: Unbeaten Bardsey ten clear at the top
Yorkshire Evening Post - about 3 years
Bardsey continued their undefeated run, extending it to nine games with a 1-0 victory against fourth-placed Field. Daniel Maw grabbed the only goal of the game in the first half, giving Bardsey the win and putting them ten points clear of their nearest rivals. There was late drama at Ripon City as Horbury Town secured a late draw. Ripon City were one goal ahead before half time, but Mark Atkinson’s strike meant things were level at the break. Ripon lead by two going into the last ten minutes, but Lee Geraghty bagged to ensure a nervy finale. With the clock ticking away, Tom Dews smashed a free kick into the back of the net to bring things level and earn Horbury a hard fought point. Kippax continue to flounder at the bottom of the table, and they fell to a 4-2 loss at home against Otley Town, who rose to fourth as a result. Richard Jackson scored a brace for Kippax. But despite the scores being level at half time, Otley ran away with the game in the second half, scoring three more ...
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When Old Beliefs Die... Let the Bees Come
Huffington Post - over 3 years
As most of you know, my husband is an editor at Random House. As such, he acquires books for several of their religious imprints, including a brand new one called Convergent. Sometimes I get a sneak peek at an upcoming release...and get very excited. That's what happened when I read David Robert Anderson's new book, Losing Your Faith, Finding Your Soul. To be honest, he had me at the preface, where he opened with one of my favorite poems: Last night, as I was sleeping, I dreamt—marvelous error!— that I had a beehive here inside my heart. And the golden bees were making white combs and sweet honey from my old failures. —Antonio Machado, translated by Robert Bly Anderson closed his preface with this: The irony is, [our] breakdowns and failures are God's repeated attempts to offer us grace and mercy, a new way of being. Mostly, though, we are grace-resistant, too good for mercy. We double down on that old muscular faith and stand our ground. Yet God is relent ...
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Survey Thursday (not baseball!)
Roanoke.com - over 3 years
We’re still a few days away from our first college football game week of the year — our college football preview section comes out this Sunday — so I’d like to take a moment to ask a few questions that I’ve been thinking about. Feel free to answer all, some or none. No real motive for me here other than curiosity about Blog Crowd interests and a desire to give you a break from all the recent Salem Red Sox posts. 1. How do you consume the NFL? Who is your favorite NFL team, and how hot/cold is your passion for it? I suppose we’re in Redskins country, but I wonder if there aren’t other teams with almost as big of a following around here. Are you a fantasy guy/gal? Will you watch the whole Sunday slate, just the big games or none at all? 2. There was a truck race last night at Bristol (Kyle Busch won). Would you be in favor of a midweek Cup race? 3. If you have a smartphone, what’s the one sports-related app you can’t live without? 4. If you’re a Tech fan, how inclined are you t ...
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Business briefs: Kirkland's CEO takes medical leave
The Tennessean - over 4 years
Kirkland's Inc. CEO Robert Alderson announced he is taking a temporary medical leave yesterday.
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Friday: Lance
Roanoke.com - over 4 years
BANNED FROM CYCLING FOR LIFE. Who would have ever dreamed we’d hear that phrase in connection with the most accomplished cyclist — and one of the most celebrated American athletes — in history? But that’s the story today, as Lance Armstrong drops his fight against doping charges by declining to enter the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s arbitration process. The organization is stripping him of his seven Tour de France titles. “There comes a point in every man’s life when he has to say, `Enough is enough.’ For me, that time is now,” Armstrong said. “I have been dealing with claims that I cheated and had an unfair advantage in winning my seven Tours since 1999,” he said. “The toll this has taken on my family and my work for our foundation and on me leads me to where I am today — finished with this nonsense.” USADA took that as an admission of guilt. Banned from cycling for life. DID THEY HAVE IT ON IN YOUR OFFICE? I know they did in mine, but that probably makes sense given that I ...
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Jerome Pender Named FBI IT Branch Lead
Executive Gov - over 4 years
FBI photo of Jerome Pender (second from left) FBI Director Robert Mueller has promoted Jerome Pender to executive assistant director of the information and technology branch, the bureau announced Wednesday. Prior to this promotion, Pender served as deputy assistant director of the criminal justice information services division. He joined the FBI in 2003 as deputy assistant director of that division’s information services branch. In that capacity, he helped carry out projects including the Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System, the National Crime Information Center 2000, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System and the Law Enforcement Online service. He has also led led the bureau’s National Data Exchange, Next Generation Identification, UCR Replacement and biometric interoperability programs. Before joining  the bureau, he served as executive IT director for global financial services firm UBS. Recent FBI executive moves: FBI Names Robert ...
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Wednesday: “I was kind of discouraged today by his inability to run”
Roanoke.com - over 4 years
THAT’S A QUOTE FROM BUD FOSTER yesterday after seeing linebacker Tariq Edwards test his surgically repaired left leg in Virginia Tech’s first fall practice. Pretty blunt, no? Frank Beamer said he was “concerned,” both about Edwards and wideout D.J. Coles, who’s coming back from knee surgery. Both did all the drills Tuesday but did so gingerly. Andy has more here. GOTTA SAY I AGREE WITH CARL EDWARDS regarding the tragic lightning strike at Pocono on Sunday. He was in Martinsville yesterday for a tire test and said this: “I’ve read a little bit about it and I know there’s a lot of discussion about what NASCAR should have done, what the track should have done. “But I think at the end of the day, it’s Mother Nature … and it’s very difficult for anyone to take responsibility and say ‘hey, we should have done or done that.’ “I don’t want this to come across as harsh … I have a huge amount of sympathy for what happened, but at the end of the day every person is responsible for themsel ...
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Giants Star Suffers Major Injury At OTA
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — New York Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks is expected to be sidelined up to three months after breaking his right foot at a team organized activity early Thursday. Nicks fractured the fifth metatarsal of his right foot as he was running a route during individual drills in the Timex Performance Center field house, the team said in a release later in the afternoon. Nicks is scheduled to have surgery Friday to have a screw inserted into the broken bone. The procedure will be performed by foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C. The expected recovery time for Nicks is approximately 12 weeks. The Giants, who lost Super Bowl hero Mario Manningham to free agency, have depth at receiver with Victor Cruz returning along with Domenik Hixon, who missed most of last season with a knee injury, and Ramses Barden. Second-round draft pick Rueben Randle showed a lot of talent in the recent rookie minicamp, as well. New York is sche ...
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Wake Up, Crystal Lake - April 28 (Happy Birthday, Ann Margret)
Crystal Lake Patch - almost 5 years
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A VERITABLE ART STEW
Santa Monica Dispatch - almost 5 years
Whip Flash 2012: First Nature Friday, April 27, 7-11pm WHIP FLASH is a one night only MOPLA (Month of Photography L.A.) event featuring women in photography. The event allows artists to sell their work and meet art lovers, art buyers and curators in person. The evening is a fun and exciting opportunity for aspiring and veteran collectors to acquire work. Stoli, Green Truck, Kogi, Avene, Klorane and a handful of local Santa Monica businesses sponsor WIP FLASH 2012. Music by DJ Roddick. WIP FLASH was created in 2011 by award winning photographer Tatiana Botton and Lauren McCollum as a way to promote women photographers in Los Angeles. 20% of proceeds will benefit Heal the Bay. Free admission.For more information: 310-463-8026. Broadway Art Space, 929 Broadway SoCal Premiere of Butoh Icon Ko Murobushi and inkBoat’s “The Crazy Cloud Collection” Highways Performance Space, Friday & Saturday, April 27 & 28, 8:30pm Highways Performance Space presents inkBoat wit ...
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10th Grade Quarter 3 Honor Roll
Groton Patch - almost 5 years
10th Grade High Honors Reiniza Abandula, Alexandra Abbiati, Robert Anderson, Bea Asuncion, Christina Bonnevie, Heidi Butler, Michelle Campbell, Madeline Carney, Lisa Chan, Joseph Conahan, Sarah Dinovelli, Alana Dumey, Kelsey Ellery, Mindy Fan, Benjamin Fenty, Avery Fiftal, Hannah Finton, Timothy Flynn, Stone Fulton, Michael Gaiewski, Jessica Gerald, Odessa Glaza, Cooper Halvordson, Kaitlyn Holm, Jingxuan Huang, Jingyi Huang, Adam Jacey, Samantha Jordan, Zahra Kamel, Jacklyn Kokomoor, Madeline Kotfer, Duane Lachance, Ka Lam, Shawn Lee, Jim Lin, Madeline Little, Terrie-Ann Lyon, Thomas Mason, Daria McKenna, Matthew Merz, Duncan Musgraves, Emma Nelson, Grace Noice, Emma Nolan, Frank Norosky, Rose O'Connor, Alexus Ouellette, Sarah Parizo, Marcus Pearson, Elimar Rivera, Josee Rockwell, Austin Russell, Erica Russell, Kasey Russell, Ashley Salazar, Sierra Scott, Kai Sinclair, Andrew Singer, John Stevens, Madison Terminesi, Andrew Thomasco, Cassidy Vandine, Brandon Wallis, Christopher Weav ...
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