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Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain, review: 'a rowdy man-child' -...

Six o’clock in the morning, and you wake up to me. ” Thus, with his internationally renowned modesty, Piers Morgan joined Good Morning Britain (ITV) as guest presenter for a week. Despite fulsome welcomes from fellow presenters Susanna Reid and Ranvir Singh, the smiles looked strained and there was a palpable unease at the desk. So it went for 50 minutes or so, with Reid and Morgan ostensibly joshing along nicely yet all the while jostling for position – Reid batting away accusations of flirting through gritted teeth. ” But it wasn’t until Morgan broke in on Reid’s soft-peddling interview with shadow chancellor Ed Balls on the new-launched Labour election manifesto that things really began to stir. “Let’s cut to the quick, Ed,” Morgan muscled in, presumably with the intention of jerking us out of bleary early-morning sofa-land and into the world of hard-ball politics. Which Balls evaded with practiced slipperiness, and even managed to turn the tables, answering Morgan’s attempts to get him on the back foot with the zinger that he’d have to “get used to presenting” this type of show - Morgan's own primetime chat...

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'Lincoln never dies' - finding his resonance 150 years later - Chron.com

December 31, 1969
ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Tuesday, April 7, 2015 photo, Asal Amrieva of New York, N. Y. , center, takes a photograph while visiting the Lincoln Memorial in Washington. ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Monday, April 6, 2015 photo, Karen Needles looks through pardon case files from the Lincoln administration at the National Archives in College Park, Md. "They call me Lady Lincoln,"... ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Wednesday, April 8, 2015 photo, Robert Davis, a Civil War re-enactor, poses for a portrait outside the tomb of Abraham Lincoln with a bust of Lincoln in the background in Springfield,... ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Wednesday, April 8, 2015 photo, Robert Davis, right, talks to Rinodda Webb, 13, during a rehearsal for a youth drama about the Emancipation Proclamation which he is directing at the... ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 AND THEREAFTER - In this Wednesday, April 8, 2015 photo, Robert Davis, center, gives suggestions to Amir Upshaw, 12, during a rehearsal for a youth drama about the Emancipation.

Sean Wilkinson Dissects Might & Main's Roaring Restaurant Successes - Eater

December 31, 1969
Five year old design firm Might & Main has designed many of Portland's hottest restaurants , including two current nominees for prestigious James Beard awards . Check out which ones, then come back and hear from co-founder Sean Wilkinson how his... why Portland's about to start seeing more abstract design. Eventide Oyster Co. I totally credit [co-owners] Arlin [Smith], Andrew [Taylor], and Mike [Wiley] with why we are where we are now. You don't end up where we've been by working on mediocre restaurants. About a year in to Might & Main, I spent a lot of time unintentionally hanging around where industry folks were. The after-ten-o-clock hours are when the industry starts coming out, so you meet these people. My mom and aunts worked at this J's Oyster-esque seafood restaurant when I was growing up. A couple of uncles had basement bars, which I thought was the coolest thing. all that sort of started the restaurant enchantment early for me. At some point in middle school I even set up my room as a bar. I turned my bureau around and filled the drawers with bottles of colored water. How'd your parents feel about it. I don't think they were particularly worried about it, since it was centered more around the act of hanging out than it was about drinking.