Bachelor in Paradise’s Wells Adams and Danielle Maltby Hang with Other Franchise Couples After On-Screen Make Out

Longtime pals Wells Adams and Danielle Maltby shared a goodbye kiss on Tuesday’s Bachelor in Paradise – but did the romance really end there? In a new Instagram post, Paradise alum Carly Waddell hinted that the pair might have started up a relationship after returning from Mexico. “We love love!!!” Wadell, 31, captioned an Aug. 22 photo with husband Evan Bass, Adams, Malby, and fellow Bachelor in Paradise couple Derek Peth and Taylor Nolan. “Here’s to hoping it works out for everyone like it did for us!!!” When Adams, 31, took over Paradise bartending duties from the beloved Jorge, the radio DJ noted that he and Maltby – both Nashville… Read More

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Portugal’s Eder moves to Lokomotiv Moscow on loan

MOSCOW — Russian club Lokomotiv Moscow says it has signed Portugal forward Eder, who scored the winning goal in last year’s European Championship final, on a loan deal. Eder arrives from Lille on a season-long loan with an option to buy for an undisclosed sum. He strengthens a Lokomotiv side which is sitting second in the Russian Premier League but has sometimes struggled for goals against the division’s smaller teams. Eder has scored four goals for Portugal in 33 appearances, including the extra-time shot from outside the box which brought his country a 1-0 win over France in last year’s European final. More from Sportsnet England striker Wayne Rooney ends… Read More

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Amazon’s TenMark introduces new writing curriculum to help teachers stoke student creativity

The new short-form writing tool that is part of TenMarks Writing. (Amazon Photo) Amazon is diving deeper into the education market, with a new set of digital tools designed to help teachers mold their students into better writers by leveraging topics and formats they are familiar with. Starting today, the new writing tools from Amazon’s TenMarks are available for $4 per student per year. The online curriculum includes a digital writing assistant that helps students write essays and teachers grade them, a short writing format program that calls upon familiar situations such as social media comments and text messages to inspire creativity and dashboards for teachers. “There are three guiding… Read More

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Clayton: Seahawks trying to avoid another juggling act on offensive line

Just when you thought continuity was settling in on the Seahawks offensive line, George Fant blows out his ACL. You could tell in offensive line coach Tom Cable’s voice Tuesday that he’s trying to not start a position juggling act a couple weeks before the start of the regular season. And were it not for the Fant injury, Cable might have had a set lineup of starters. Last week, Cable named Fant the left tackle and Luke Joeckel the left guard, leaving some open competition along the right side even though Mark Glowinski and Germain Ifedi were considered the favorites. Clayton: Seahawks were smart to get Justin Britt’s deal done… Read More

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Carolyn Hax: Shame on the rude guest and the weaselly emailer

Reading this on your phone? Stay up to date with our free mobile app. Get it from the Apple app store or the Google Play store.Carolyn Hax DEAR CAROLYN: I am married to a man without children. I have a 25-year-old daughter from a previous marriage. He and I met when she was 14. We never lived together when she was still at home but saw each other on weekends. Though they tried (he more than she), they never really hit it off. We’ve been married for five years now and they are at an impasse over a visit last summer to a house he owns where she was not… Read More

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Seahawks’ Chris Carson shares what his first game at CenturyLink was like

Rookie running back Chris Carson has created plenty of buzz through training camp and two preseason games with the Seahawks. On Tuesday, 710 ESPN Seattle’s Bob, Groz and Tom sat down with Carson get to know the rookie a little better. Carson shared his reaction to his first NFL game at CenturyLink Field, the transition to the league, and why he’s dying to travel to – of all places – Iceland. Related: Chris Carson impresses in rookie training camp Here are a few takeaways: On transitioning to the NFL: “It was a lot faster than I expected, but it’s not as physical as college; they are more into taking care… Read More

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Will 49ers play it safe at safety spots?

SANTA CLARA — Jimmie Ward saw the Denver Broncos approach the line of scrimmage and he quickly diagnosed their upcoming play. Ward shouted instructions to the 49ers defenders in front of him, just as their free safety normally would. One problem: Ward did all this from the sideline during last week’s practices. Jimmie Ward is introduced by then-49ers coach Jim Harbaugh during a post-draft press conference on May 9, 2014. (Dai Sugano/Bay Area News Group) The 49ers went through training camp and their first two exhibitions while Ward marinated on the physically-unable-to-perform list. With 2 1/2 weeks to spare before the regular season, Ward could make his practice debut Wednesday,… Read More

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Beyoncé and JAY-Z Worried Blue Would Feel ‘Left Out’ After Twins’ Birth: Source

Blue Ivy is one happy big sister. Before welcoming twins Sir and Rumi on June 13, Beyoncé, 35, and JAY-Z, 38, were worried their 5-year-old daughter would “feel left out,” but the toddler has completely bonded with her siblings, a source tells PEOPLE exclusively. “Beyoncé has been very busy with the newborns, but she’s also been able to relax a bit. It’s helped her that Blue has been such an amazing big sister,” adds the source. Before the babies arrived, the new mom of three “made sure to spend lots of quality time” with Blue. For all the details on JAY-Z and Beyoncé’s new mansion and their plans for their… Read More

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Hamburgers and beer are about to start flying through the skies of Reykjavík, Iceland

Drone delivery has taken another small step toward becoming a reality, thanks to a new trial taking place in Iceland. Israeli drone logistics company Flytrex has partnered with Icelandic on-demand goods service AHA to set up a small drone delivery route in Reykjavík. Flytrex doesn’t make drones. Instead, it’s spent the past few years working on solving for the rest of the drone delivery equation. That involves working with local regulators (Icelandic Transport Authority, or Icetra, in this scenario), training employees, and most importantly, building a cloud-based network that the entire drone delivery system runs on. As with most early drone delivery trial runs, there’s a catch: there’s only one… Read More

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