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Gary Spackman, who has served as interim director of the Idaho Department of Water Resources for the past three years, has been named the permanent director by Gov. Butch Otter. Spackman, who holds both law and engineering degrees and is a professional engineer, has been with the state for 26 years, and previously served as administrator of the department’s water management division, manager of its western regional office and a hearing officer on contested water rights cases..
Amy Poehler promises “weird drunken visits” from some celebs at the Del Close Marathon where comics perform improv straight through the weekend at theaters throughout New York. “I do some stuff and we have guests from all over come back and visit, so it’s like a huge festival,” Poehler told us at the premiere of her movie “They Came Together” at BAM Harvey Theater Monday night. There are “lots of big names, but there’s always some kind of weird visit from some boldfaced name at some point .
Usually Essentials is filmed across two or three days. But the only way it would fit in with DuVernay schedule which included editing her Park Five Netflix miniseries and prepping the DC film Gods, among other projects was if she and TCM host Ben Mankiewicz ruminated about 17 films in one marathon day. The Associated Press got a front row seat to the conversations between DuVernay and TCM host Ben Mankiewicz at the taping last month in Los Angeles..
Driving investmentWhether old school classics or flashy sports models are your thing, cars are always a popular investment. Vintage car enthusiast Alain Mikli takes us on a tour of his extensive collection of vintage cars, and Justin Armsden gets behind the wheel of the highly sought after new Rolls Royce Drophead Coup. (Watch Just Armsden test drive the new Rolls Royce Drophead Coup )Save .
It was lightly raining. I was having a cup of tea, listening to a Beethoven quartet (Quartet No. 9 in C Major, my favorite) on the nightly classical radio program, when suddenly the broadcast was interrupted by static. I stayed trying to fix him for a very long time, and then realized how much easier, how oh so very much easier it was, just to walk away. Even in a single situation! Ie, I’m not saying “it was easier to break up than to change his entire personality,” I’m saying “it was easier to go to walk away from the fight and go to the movies than to get him to change how he saw even one single, tiny, unimportant situation.” Just imagine how infinitely harder it would be to change patterns of how he thought. (This was not NPD, some other issues, but since both are ingrained early on, I’d say it applies.) Hard work.