Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Tim Carney joins BrightBenefits as Executive Vice President & Chief Sales Officer 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Tim Carney is joining BrightBenefits as Executive Vice President & Chief Sales Officer. Carney has the primary responsibility of building, leading and overseeing the activities of the sales team, identifying new markets, as well as designing and delivering special programs and partnerships for the company. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB) December 12, 2019 BrightBenefits, a recently established dental and vision insurance business, is pleased to welcome Tim Carney as Executive Vice President & Chief Sales Officer. Carney has the primary responsibility of building, … [Read more...] about Tim Carney joins BrightBenefits as Executive Vice President & Chief Sales Officer
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Rainn Wilson was at a recent Seattle Seahawks practice. The team posted a photo of the man who played Dwight on “The Office” posing with Russell Wilson, and I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a more powerful duo. “Where’s Schrute Farms from here?” “156 paces from the light red mailbox, make a left. Walk until you hear the beehive.” (via @Seahawks) pic.twitter.com/3RF0QH7CtZ — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) May 30, 2019 I know Dwight is just a character, but I’d really like to believe Rainn Wilson is like that in reality. That’s the only way I can envision it. (RELATED: Russell Wilson Agrees To $140 Million Extension With The Seahawks, Gets $65 Million Signing Bonus) Judging from his beard, it’s been a tough few years on the beet farm for Mr. Schrute. On a more serious note, I love when actors and other famous people attend practices and revel in their fandom. The star from the hit NBC show is a massive … [Read more...] about Dwight From ‘The Office’ Visits Seattle Seahawks Practice
When police found Arturo Solis on the grounds of an East End elementary school, he first asked whether the Houston officer he allegedly shot and killed about a block away was OK, a Harris County prosecutor said. He then told authorities he likely would have opened more gunfire had anyone emerged from their homes as he fled, the prosecutor said. Those were just two of several new details revealed during Solis’ first appearance Monday in state district court, filling in many gaps of Saturday’s fatal encounter between the 25-year-old and Houston Police Sgt. Chris Brewster, who was responding to a domestic violence call. Solis was arrested after the shooting and is being held without bond on a charge of capital murder. At a press conference, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo also reiterated his challenge to lawmakers to pass key legislation that would bar abusers from owning a firearm. “I don’t want to hear about how much they support law enforcement,” Acevedo … [Read more...] about Hearing offers more details into fatal shooting of HPD officer as Chief Acevedo presses for key legislation to bar abusers from owning a firearm.
Photo: Courtesy Of Amazon Photo: Courtesy Of Amazon Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Courtesy Of Amazon How ‘The Expanse’ ‘Died and Went to Heaven’ at Amazon 1 / 1 Back to Gallery In the content space race currently being fought out in the entertainment industry, shows getting picked up by one platform after being dumped by another is becoming a more frequent phenomenon. Some moves feel more like a marriage of convenience, while others feel like a more obvious fit. More from Variety Lulu Wang Boards Nicole Kidman Amazon Series 'The Expatriates' 'Lord of the Rings': Will Poulter No Longer Attached to Amazon Series (EXCLUSIVE) 'Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' Renewed for Season 4 at Amazon Take “The Expanse” … [Read more...] about How ‘The Expanse’ ‘Died and Went to Heaven’ at Amazon
Matt Lauer looks on during the NBC News Commander-in-Chief Forum. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Most weeks, New York Magazine writer-at-large Frank Rich speaks with contributor Alex Carp about the biggest stories in politics and culture. Today: NBC’s disastrous presidential forum, allegations of a Trump pay-to-play, and Fox News without Roger Ailes. Before Wednesday night’s presidential forum had even ended, reporters and fact-checkers were picking apart Matt Lauer’s failure to challenge Donald Trump’s false statements and attacking the parity of his questions. What should the moderators of the upcoming debates take from this? The moderator of the first presidential debate on September 26 is Lester Holt — like Matt Lauer, an NBC News anchor. If he arrives onstage as poorly prepared as Lauer, and behaves as boorishly toward Hillary Clinton as Lauer, the first debate, likely to be the most-watched presidential debate in the history of broadcasting, … [Read more...] about Matt Lauer’s Gift to Donald Trump