Friday, February 28, 2014

Dominique Besnehard, Christophe Lambert, le réalisateur Alain Monne et Sophie Marceau, lors du festival du film francophone d'Angoulême du 27 août 2009




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Sophie Marceau, Christophe Lambert and Dominique Besnehard

La vie de Dominique Besnehard est remplie d'innombrables rencontres et notamment de belles amitiés. Si le célèbre agent, désormais producteur, s'est fait remarquer en revenant sur sa relation houleuse avec Ségolène Royal, il aborde également ses beaux souvenirs avec les acteurs. Dans son autobiographie Casino d'hiver, coécrite avec le journaliste Jean-Pierre Lavoignat, il retrace son parcours, vivant "à travers les réussites et les défaites des autres". En interview pour Gala, il se dévoile comme jamais, parlant de ses amies Béatrice Dalle, Nathalie Baye ou encore Sophie Marceau, lui qui a fêté comme une star ses 60 ans il y a quelques jours.

Dominique Besnehard ne cache pas avoir des rapports très forts avec les femmes, notamment avec Béatrice Dalle, dont il évoque l'addiction révolue à l'héroïne, ou encore Nathalie Baye - sa "soeur idéalisée" - et sa fille Laura Smet, qu'elle a eue avec Johnny Hallyday : "Elle s'est bien gardée de me dire qu'elle était tombée amoureuse de Johnny. Je la comprends, à l'époque, je venais de rencontrer l'idole de ma jeunesse, Sylvie Vartan, et elle vivait une histoire avec Christophe Lambert, qui était très épris. Leur relation n'a pas survécu au tournage de Greystoke, en Angleterre."

L'acteur français est aujourd'hui dans les bras de Sophie Marceau, star que Dominique Besnehard connaît bien : "Sophie et Christophe, je les connais depuis leurs débuts. Sophie, je la croisais chez Artmédia, quand elle passait voir son agent, Jean-Louis Livi. Avant de quitter l'agence, Jean-Louis me l'a recommandée. [...] Nos rapports sont pudiques mais profonds. Avec Christophe, ils ne s'étaient vus qu'une fois, lors d'un de mes anniversaires, fêté chez Nathalie Baye. Plus tard, alors que Sophie cherchait un interprète pour son long métrage La Disparue de Deauville [2007], elle s'est arrêtée devant une photo de Christophe, dans mon bureau. Comme je le dis dans mon livre, j'ai un peu eu l'impression de 'marier mes enfants' !"

Malgré leurs agendas qui les entraînent aux quatre coins du monde, les acteurs amoureux ont toutefois réussi à partager un moment délicieux, le défilé Armani Privé en pleine Fashion Week le 21 janvier. Plus amoureux que jamais, le fameux Highlander et l'irrésistible et éternelle Vic de La Boum ont échangé mille et un regards complices devant les photographes.



All the best to Sophie and Christophe. God bless.


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Mr. Alain Terzian et Ms. Cécile de France




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César par Yahoo! Cinéma | Blog Cinéma

Le 28 février 2014, se déroulera la 39e édition des César du cinéma français. L'occasion de vous dévoiler tous les secrets de fabrication de cette céremonie créée en 1976 !

Les votants
Le 31 décembre 2013, l'Académie des César comptait 4377 membres, représentant onze corps de métier : les acteurs (14%), les réalisateurs (17%), les auteurs, les techniciens (29%, les plus nombreux), les producteurs, les distributeurs et exportateurs, les exploitants, les agents artistiques, les industries techniques, les directeurs de casting, les attachés de presse et des membres associés composés de personnalités dont l'activité soutient le rayonnement et le dynamisme du cinéma en France (des animateurs ou journalistes "stars" par exemple).
Les séances de rattrapage
Bien évidemment, les membres n'ont pas vu tous les films français sortis entre le 1er janvier et le 31 décembre de l'année précédent la cérémonie. Aussi, l'Académie leur met à disposition des places gratuites de cinéma et surtout le fameux coffret DVD des César contenant les films éligibles. Petit hic : la maison de production d'un film doit payer une somme d’environ 4500 euros pour voir figurer son candidat dans le coffret… Certains n'ont pas les moyens et sont alors éliminés d'office de la course !
Le vote
Il se déroule en deux temps. Le premier tour détermine les nommés (ne surtout pas dire les nominés !) dans chaque catégorie. Et, en toute logique, le second permet d'élire les gagnants.
Les invités
Vous rêvez d'assister aux César ? Vous risquez d'être décus ! La cérémonie est très VIP. Les invités au théâtre du Chatelet sont essentiellement les équipes de films nommés, des stars de cinéma et des membres de l'académie, des people, quelques journalistes, des animateurs "stars"… Les seules options du fan de cinéma lambda pour avoir un fauteuil ? Gagner un jeu concours pour assister à la soirée ou avoir des amis ou de la famille haut placés !

Les remettants
Bien qu'il n'y ait aucune règle officielle, il existe un code tacite pour choisir les remettants lors de la cérémonie. Etre un joyeux luron, capable de faire le show et de divertir l'assemblée, vous placera parmi les favoris : les humoristes et acteurs fantasques sont ainsi en bonne place pour annoncer le nom des victorieux. Souvenez-vous des prestations de Jamel, des Robin des Bois, d'Edouard Baer…Viennent ensuite d'autres people prisés pour décacheter les enveloppes : d'anciens Césarisés, des belles plantes (type Adriana Karembeu) ou des acteurs, sportifs ou people avec une cote de popularité au top ! Car, ne l'oublions pas : les César sont aussi une émission télé et, à ce titre, doivent captiver le spectateur et faire de l'audimat.
Le cumul des prix
Il est possible de recevoir deux César la même soirée pour le même rôle dans le même film. En 2010, Tahar Rahim décrochait ainsi celui du Meilleur Acteur et du Meilleur Espoir Masculin pour Un prophète de Jacques Audiard. Idem pour Julie Depardieu repartie avec les César de la Meilleure Actrice dans un second rôle et du Meilleur Espoir Féminin pour La petite Lili en 2004.
Les records
Avec dix récompenses chacun, Cyrano de Bergerac et Le dernier Métro détiennent le record de prix de l'histoire des César. Michel Serrault est quant à lui le plus primé dans la catégorie Meilleur acteur avec trois César reçus pour La Cage aux folles(1979), Garde à vue (1982) et Nelly et Monsieur Arnaud (1996). Son pendant féminin ? Isabelle Adjani, gagnante à cinq reprises pour Possession (1982), L’été meurtrier (1984), Camille Claudel (1989), La Reine Margot (1995) et La Journée de la jupe (2010).
Refuser un César, c'est possible?
Plus ou moins. En ne venant pas le chercher (Gérard Lanvin et Jean-Paul Belmondo sont coutumiers du genre) ou en transmettant son prix à un autre. Lorsqu'elle remporta un César pour Un secret, Julie Depardieu l'offrit ainsi à sa partenaire Ludivine Sagnier !


Les speechs
Si les discours de remerciements sont limités à 45 secondes aux Oscars, il n'existe aucune règle en France. Mais, en cas d'abus de pouvoir et de prise de parole trop prolongée, le maître ou la maîtresse de cérémonie (Cécile de France cette année) est là pour couper poliment la parole au lauréat.
En coulisses
Après avoir fait son petit discours devant les invités du Châtelet et les téléspectateurs de Canal+, les lauréats filent en coulisses, passent tous au micro de Laurent Weil, attrapent éventuellement une coupette et un petit four et courent ensuite en salle de presse. Les y attendent des journalistes télé, radio et presse écrite qui dégainent leurs questions dans un joyeux bordel organisé !
Bonne conduite exigée
En 2011, l'Académie des César remettait un guide de conseils des plus cocasses aux participants à la cérémonie. Y étaient répertoriées des règles de bienséance à la pertinence douteuse. Petit florilège : " poser pour les photographes et répondre aux journalistes sur le tapis rouge", "porter une tenue de gala", "avoir le triomphe modeste pour ne pas blesser les perdants", "préparez son discours à l'avance"… Encore un bon moyen d'infantiliser les stars !
Après la cérémonie
Les festivités ne s'arrêtent evidemment pas aux portes du Châtelet. Après la cérémonie, nommés et lauréats (et VIP) sont invités à un dîner de gala au Fouquet's qui ne débute qu'aux alentours de minuit. L'estomac bien rempli, les plus courageux s'envolent ensuite à "la Party" ultraVIP des César où le champagne coule évidemment (et gratuitement) à flots!




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Katija Pevec

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Ms. Joan Hackett (1934–1983)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Harry Belafonte

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Mr. Belafonte.

God bless.

Lana Wood



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Happy Birthday.

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Justin Bieber

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Happy Birthday.

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Ron Howard

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Javier Bardem

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Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Catherine Bach

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Mr. Robert Conrad

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Mr. Conrad.

God bless.

Mr. Roger Daltrey

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

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Noureen DeWulf

Happy Birthday. God bless.

By Peter Harris

Workopolis has literally millions of resumes in our database and roughly 1,000 new ones are added daily. Analyzing the content of these shows us some distinct patterns of how Canadians are marketing themselves – and how some improvements can be made. Here’s a look at some of the most often-repeated wordings and phrases in resumes that could really stand to be replaced with more creative alternatives.

Don’t say resume in your resume

A scan of the Workopolis resume database turns up many thousands of resumes with the title Resume, C.V., or Curriculum Vitae. Employers already know what a resume is, so labelling it as such is a waste of valuable real-estate. This is your headline, the first thing anyone will read on the document that is their first impression of you. Make it count. Your resume should be titled the name of the job that you are applying for – or how you best describe your career.

Nobody cares about your duties

In the body of resumes, by far the most overused wordings are “responsible for” and “duties include.” Both of these phrases come from an outdated style of resume writing by template, and they generally introduce a series of tasks cut and pasted from the job description. This leads to creating a very generic-sounding resume – where anyone in that same role would look exactly the same on paper. Far stronger would be to list specific accomplishments that set you apart on the job with words such as, “Orchestrated,” “Planned and implemented,” “Launched,” “Spearheaded,” “Increased (revenues/sales/customer satisfaction…),” “Decreased (costs/time/losses…),” etc.

Similarly, many resumes contain sentences describing tasks beginning with ‘helped,’ ‘handled,’ and ‘worked.’ These are too passive and vague to sell a candidate’s achievements in a role. For example, rather than saying you helped with a project, list the ways that you fine-tuned, streamlined, or improved the process. Verbs should describe the results they generated.

Show, don’t tell

Adjectives such as ‘creative‘ and ‘excellent‘ should be demonstrated by the quality of your work and accomplishments rather than stated outright. Creativity should be conveyed in a resume by the originality of your writing, not by calling yourself creative. ‘Motivated‘ is likewise a judgement call for others to make, and further, it has no alternative. It is meaningless to claim to be motivated in a resume, because no candidate would ever describe him or herself as ‘unmotivated.’

Don’t state the obvious

Finally, far too many resumes end with the phrase, “references available upon request.” (Or worse, actually listing references in the resume itself.) It can be assumed that a candidate will offer references when asked, so there is no need to say this – or to provide them before they are requested. It would be far better to use the space for more experience, skills and accomplishments – or even just aesthetically-pleasing white space.

So, to summarize, avoid these:

The 10 most over-used words/phrases in resumes:

Resume / C.V. / Curriculum Vitae
Duties included
Responsible for
Helped
Handled
Worked
Creative
Excellent
Motivated
References available upon request
The first impression that employers most often have of candidates is through their resume. It is critical to stand out from the crowd of generic applications with a document that really sells your skills and accomplishments. This deserves more than a cut and paste of new job details into an old template.

Think about those things that most make you stand out on the job. Then write them down as they relate to the job you want. They can make you stand out on paper too.



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Rory Cochrane

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Rae Dawn Chong

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Robert Sean Leonard

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Geoffrey Arend

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Jennie Jacques

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Karolina Kurkova

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Charles Durning (1923–2012)

We Salute You, RIP

Olivia Palermo

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Maxine Bahns

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Natalia Vodianova

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Markéta Irglová

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Ali Larter

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Ms. Kelly Bishop

Happy Birthday Ms. Bishop. God bless.

Bernadette Peters

Happy Birthday. God bless.

John Turturro

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Gregg Allman biopic by Nina Terrero

Production on Midnight Rider, a biopic about rock guitarist Gregg Allman, has been suspended following a tragic train accident last Thursday which left one crew member dead and several others injured, multiple outlets are reporting.

In a statement obtained by Variety, production company Film Allman, LLC confirmed the suspension: “In light of the tragic loss, we have decided to put the production of Midnight Rider on hold.”
Second camera assistant Sarah Elizabeth Jones, 27, was struck and killed by a train as she helped stage a scene for the film on train tracks near Savannah, GA on Feb. 20. Jones and other staff employed by Open Road Films and Georgia-based production company Meddin Studios were gathered on the tracks on the first day of production when a train operated by CSX Transportation en route from Memphis to Savannah unexpectedly arrived and fatally struck Jones. Approximately seven others were injured, according to Wayne County authorities.
Director Randall Miller’s production company Unclaimed Freight Productions has not responded to multiple requests for comment. A Los Angeles-based publicist for the company released a message of condolences Friday, stating, “All of us on the production team are devastated by the tragic accident that happened today. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of our crew member.”


A online petition to include Jones, a South Carolina native, in Sunday’s Oscars Memoriam tribute has earned nearly 38,000 signatures as of Thursday morning. Friends and family of Jones — who worked as a crew member on shows like Army Wives – offered condolences, photos and memories of the young woman on a Facebook page titled “Slates for Sarah.”
“She was an awesome person,” camera assistant Tony Summerlin said of Jones in an interview with the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “She was very organized. She was really great.”
Summerlin and Jones were in the process of assembling a “dream sequence” with the use of a hospital bed on the tracks, said Summerlin. A meeting had been held to review safety, Summerlin told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, but he was not aware of whether a permit had been secured on the tracks.
“As a camera person you don’t show up and ask, ‘where’s the permit?’ You’re trying to make a movie,” he said. “You’re thinking safety but you’re thinking that’s someone else’s job.”
Two trains had passed by the crew during their work on the sequence, Summerlin confirmed. Then a third train appeared, “going full speed.”
“It seemed like it took half a mile to stop,” he said of the train. “We were running. She said, ‘I can’t carry all this stuff.’ I said, ‘Throw it. Throw it down.’”
But Jones was unable to move in time, said Summerlin, who shared that the two were “face to face up to the last second.”
An investigation of the incident is currently being conducted by the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office.
Open Road Films still plans to distribute the film domestically, EW can confirm, starring lead actress Eliza Dushku. Actors Tyson Ritter and William Hurt will play Allman in his younger and present-day incarnations, respectively.



Ms. Sarah Elizabeth Jones--We Salute You, RIP


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Audrina Patridge





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Lauren Conrad






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NME Awards 2014 posted Feb. 17, 2014

The NME Awards 2014 with Austin, Texas has announced that Paul will be honoured with a special one-off award, the Songwriter’s Songwriter, and will be there to collect the award in person, at the upcoming ceremony.

When NME asked the world’s leading songwriters to nominate the best practitioner of their craft for the one-off Songwriter’s Songwriter award, time and time again they chose Paul. For setting an unmatchable pace in modern music, he’s undoubtedly the songwriter’s songwriter.

Paul is a talent to rank amongst the titans of music – he is indisputably the greatest songwriter alive today, if not of all time.

NME editor Mike Williams says:

"We've spoken to the biggest and best musicians around, and they've told us: Paul McCartney is the world's ultimate songwriter. Paul's enduring and stunning talent is worth celebrating, and I'm incredibly honoured that NME are giving him the special, one-of-its-kind Songwriter's Songwriter award to recognise that.”



Congrats! God bless!


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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Noah Emmerich

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Donal Logue

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Timothy Spall

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Daniela Pestova




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Daniela Pestova





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Daniela Pestova




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Daniela Pestova




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Daniela Peštová




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Blanca Suarez

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Elsa Pataky (Not suitable for kids)






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Elsa Pataky




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Elsa Pataky (Not suitable for kids)




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Elsa Pataky




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Elsa Pataky

A Elsa Pataky, la maternidad no le pilla de primeras. La actriz ya es madre de otra hija –India– fruto de su matrimonio con Chris Hemsworth, pero se sigue mostrando igual de ilusionada que la primera vez. Además, en esta ocasión, la alegría es doble: «No esperábamos que fueran mellizos, y nos quedamos en "shock"», afirma Elsa para la revista «¡Hola!» en una entrevista exclusiva realizada en Malibú, donde recientemente compró una mansión por 3,5 millones de euros.

En páginas interiores, la revista publica las declaraciones completas de Pataky acompañándolas de fotografías muy bonitas de la actriz luciendo su avanzado estado de gestación mientras pasea por una paradisiaca playa. Al parecer, Elsa ha contado con el apoyo incondicional de Hemsworth durante todo el embarazo: «Chris es maravilloso y somos muy parecidos en muchas cosas, pero verle lo padrazo que es y saber lo mucho que desea formar una familia conmigo es lo que más me atrae de él», dice Pataky.

La última vez que pudimos ver a la pareja posando ante los fotógrafos fue en la gala de entrega de los Globos de Oro, donde Elsa Pataky brilló espectacular con un vestido negro que resaltaba su incipiente barriguita.



Congrats! God bless!


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Pink Floyd Live on French TV 1968

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMdLtpj6atk


Mr. Syd Barrett and Mr. Richard Wright--We Salute You Guys, RIP

Pink Floyd Live on French TV 1968

Astronomy Domine


Lime and limpid green, a second scene
A fight between the blue you once knew.
Floating down, the sound surrounds
Around the icy waters underground.
Jupiter and Saturn, Oberon, Miranda and Titania.
Neptune, Titan, Stars can frighten.

Lime and limpid green, the sounds around
The icy waters under
Lime and limpid green, the sounds around
The icy waters underground.

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Flaming

Alone in the clouds all blue.
Lying on an eiderdown.
Yippee!
You can't see me, but I can you.

Lazing in the foggy dew.
Sitting on a unicorn.
No much i won't touch you
but can i might

Watching buttercups cup the light.
floating on a dandelion.
No fear!
i can't see you, but then i might.

Streaming through the starlit skies.
Travelling by telephone.
Hey ho here we go!
Ever so high...

Alone in the clouds all blue.
Lying on an eiderdown.
Yippee!
You can't see me, but I can you.


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Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun


Little by little the night turns around
Counting the leaves which tremble at dawn
Lotus's lean on each other in yearning
Over the hills a swallow is resting
Set the controls for the heart of the sun

Over the mountain watching the watcher
Breaking the darkness
Waking the grapevine
One inch of love is one inch of shadow
Love is the shadow that ripens the wine
Set the controls for the heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun

Witness the man who raves at the wall
Making the shape of his questions to heaven
Whether the sun will fall in the evening
Will he remember the lesson of giving?
Set the controls for the heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun
The heart of the sun



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Let There Be More Light


Far, far, far, far a-way, way
People say, say, say
Say say Something
Will be there


Then at last the mighty ship
Descending on a point of flame
Made contact with the human race
At children hall

Now, now, now is the time – time
Time to be – be – be aware

Carter’s father saw him there and
Knew the road revealed to him
The living soul of Hereward the Wake

Oh, my, something in the sky , sky
Something in my eye, eye Something
Waiting there for me

The outer lock rolled slowly back
The service men were heard to sigh
For there revealed in glowing robes
Was Lucy in the sky

Oh - oh - did you ever know - know
Never ever will they
I cannot say

Something in his cosmic art
And glowing slightly from his toes
His psychic emanations flowed

a-way, way
People say, say, say
Something
Will be there

Something in his cosmic art
And glowing slightly from his toes
His psychic emanations flowed



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Fenerbahce: Marshall fa verifiche cardiache. Tutto ok

ISTANBUL - Non era in campo ma ha seguito la gara di Challenge Cup del suo Fenerbahce da bordo campo il campione cubano Leonell Marshall.

Per lui una giornata di riposo dopo controlli cardiaci fatti a puro titolo precauzionale dopo che nell'ultimo allenamento il cubano aveva avvertito disturbi del ritmo cardiaco.

E' lo stesso Leonell che ci rassicura: "Mi ha detto il medico che il mio cuore sta bene".



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Qualif. Mondiali F: Vincono Camerun ed Algeria

ALGERI (g.t.) - Nella quarta giornata della Pool T vittorie per Camerun ed Algeria.

Risultati 4° giornata (26 febbraio)
Nigeria-Camerun 0-3 (14-25, 11-25, 16-25)
Algeria-Botswana 3-0 (25-11, 25-10, 25-10)

Classifica
Egitto 8 (3v-0p) (9sv-2sp)
Camerun 7 (2v-1p) (8sv-3sp)
Algeria 6 (2v-0p) (6sv-0sp)
Botswana 3 (1v-2p) (3sv-6sp)
Nigeria 0 (0v-3p) (0sv-9sp)
Congo 0 (0v-2p) (0sv-6p)

Formula
Round robin; la 1° classificata si qualifica per il mondiale

Calendario
27 febbraio
Congo-Nigeria
Camerun-Algeria

28 febbraio
Botswana-Camerun
Nigeria-Egitto
Algeria-Congo

1 marzo
Congo-Botswana
Egitto-Algeria


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Grant Shaud

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Van Williams

Happy Birthday Mr. Williams. God bless.

Maja Mandzuka

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Kate Mara

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Howard Hesseman

Happy Birthday Mr. Hesseman. God bless.

Ms. Joanne Woodward

Happy Birthday Ms. Woodward. God bless you.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Ms. Karen Grassle

Happy Birthday Ms. Grassle. God bless.

Leila Luliana da Costa Vieira Lopes

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Alexis Denisof

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Alexandria Mills

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Jessica-Jane Stafford



Belated Happy Birthday. God bless.


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Lanie McAuley




Belated Happy Birthday. God bless.


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Feb. 24, 2014

Ramona Marquez
Barry Bostwick
Debra Jo Rupp
Mr. Abe Vigoda
Alain Prost
Mr. Dominic Chianese
Emilio Rivera
Ben Miller
Bas Rutten
Crista Flanagan
Helen Shaver
Kimberly Franklin
Steven St. Croix
Ms. Jenny O'Hara
Sherrie Rose
Mr. Steven Hill
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Paula Zahn
Melinda Naud
Kasi Lemmons
Mark Moses
Kate Mulvany
Eva van de Wijdeven
Priscila Perales



Belated Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Mr. Pete Duel (1940–1971)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Marisa Mell (1939–1992)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Marjorie Main (1890–1975)

We Salute You, RIP

Feb. 26, 2014

Erykah Badu
Julia Brendler
Marta Kristen
Drew Goddard
Greg Germann
Demetrius Grosse
Tracey Paleo
Amanda Loncar
Mr. Dante Ferretti
Beren Saat
Alison Armitage
Kara Monaco
Krista Lane
Ashley Evans
Barbara Niven
Ms. Michele Carey
Jennifer Grant
Erinn Bartlett
Mr. Bill Duke
Chase Masterson
Max Lloyd-Jones
Shiloh Fernandez
Keith Ferguson
Mark Dacascos
Miko C. Brando
Mr. Tony Selby
Rachel Veltri



Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Mr. Robert Alda (1914–1986)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Jackie Gleason (1916–1987)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. William Frawley (1887–1966)

We Salute You, RIP

Michael Bolton

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Carolina Gómez

Happy Birthday. God bless.

MARION COTILLARD Par Coralie Vincent

Marion Cotillard ne cultive pas la langue de bois. Interrogée sur son salaire pour le documentaire Terre des Ours, elle avoue ne pas avoir touché un cachet extraordinaire. Et oui, il semblerait qu'elle ne gagne pas 800.000 euros à chaque film.

Pour un peu on la plaindrait. Marion Cotillard la compagne de Guillaume Canet s'est exprimée sur son salaire et sur son travail dans une interview accordée au Parisien magazine. Aujourd'hui, le documentaire Terre des Ours sort sur les écrans de cinéma. Ce documentaire est incarné en voix off par Marion Cotillard. Le Parisien l'a donc questionnée sur son cachet. Elle a répondu très crument : "Je ne gagne pas souvent 800 000 euros ! Mon salaire dépend du budget des films. Là, ce n'est pas la même échelle ni le même investissement en terme de travail. C'est une journée de studio. Je ne demande pas des sommes faramineuses." Au moins, elle ne cultive pas la langue de bois. Il est certain qu'elle n'allait pas toucher le même cachet que pour le film La Môme. Un film qui l'a propulsée aux États-Unis où elle a gagné un Oscar.

En 2012, elle participe au film The Dark Knight Rises. Sa prestation, notamment la scène dans laquelle elle meurt a créé la polémique. Beaucoup de spectateurs et d'acteurs se sont moqués d'elle. Il faut dire que son jeu pour cette scène finale a de quoi faire sourire. Cela n'a pas empêché l'actrice de 38 ans d'enchaîner les projets. L'année suivante, elle a tourné dans le film de son chéri, Guillaume Canet, Blood Ties. En 2013, elle a aussi participé au clip de David Bowie The Next day, preuve de sa popularité aux outre-Atlantique. Mais on ne se fait pas de soucis pour elle, elle ne doit pas avoir de mal à boucler les fins de mois ni à gâter son fils de 3 ans Marcel.



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il affirme que sa renonciation n’a pas été forcée

Cela fait un an que Benoît XVI a renoncé et, pourtant, les rumeurs continuent d’agiter la presse italienne. Dans une lettre transmise au vaticaniste italien de La Stampa, Andrea Tornielli, il affirme que son geste était totalement libre : "il n'y a pas le moindre doute quant à la validité de ma renonciation au ministère pétrinien. La seule condition à la validité de ma renonciation est la pleine liberté au moment de ma décision. Les spéculations sur sa validité sont tout simplement absurdes", a-t-il écrit.

Par ailleurs, le pape émérite en a profité pour confirme "une identité de vues" entre lui et son successeur François. "Je suis reconnaissant de pouvoir être lié par une grande identité de vues et une amitié de cœur au pape François. Aujourd'hui, je vois comme mon unique et ultime devoir de soutenir son pontificat dans la prière", a-t-il exprimé avant de préciser à Andrea Tornielli que "le professeur Küng a cité littéralement et correctement les paroles de la lettre que je lui avais adressée". Le théologien suisse Hans Küng avait déjà reçu un courrier de Benoît XVI.

Concernant son choix de conserver un habit blanc malgré sa renonciation, l’ancien pape explique que "le maintien de l'habit blanc et du nom de Benoît était simplement pratique. Au moment de la renonciation, il n'y avait pas d'autres habits à disposition. Mais je porte cet habit d'une façon clairement distincte de celui du pape. Sur ce point aussi les spéculations n'ont pas le moindre fondement." Pour rappel, Benoît XVI était présent ce dimanche lors du consistoire de Rome durant lequel le pape François a créé ses 19 premiers cardinaux.


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Winners of the 2014 WhatsOnStage Awards by Editorial Staff posted 23 Feb 2014

PERFORMANCE CATEGORIES


Best Actress in a Play

Helen Mirren - The Audience at the Gielgud (49.5%)

Anne-Marie Duff - Strange Interlude at the NT Lyttelton (16.8%)
Hayley Atwell - The Pride at Trafalgar Studios (12.4%)
Suranne Jones - Beautiful Thing at the Arts (15.0%)
Tanya Moodie - Fences at the Duchess (6.3%)

Best Actor in a Play

Daniel Radcliffe - The Cripple of Inishmaan at the Noël Coward (37.4%)

Ben Whishaw - Peter and Alice at the Noël Coward and Mojo at the Harold Pinter (19.9%)
James McAvoy - Macbeth at Trafalgar Studios (22.1%)
Lenny Henry - Fences at the Duchess (6.3%)
Rory Kinnear - Othello at the NT Olivier (14.2%)

The POSTCARDS FROM PETE Best Supporting Actress in a Play

Haydn Gwynne - The Audience at the Gielgud (25.7%)

Cecilia Noble - The Amen Corner at the NT Olivier (16.8%)
Claudie Blakley - Chimerica at the Almeida and Harold Pinter (16.9%)
Gillian Hanna and Ingrid Craigie - The Cripple of Inishmaan at the Noël Coward (24.1%)
Naomi Frederick - The Winslow Boy at the Old Vic (16.6%)

Best Supporting Actor in a Play

David Walliams - A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Noël Coward (40.5%)

Charles Edwards - Strange Interlude at the NT Lyttelton (10.5%)
Daniel Mays - Trelawny of the Wells at the Donmar Warehouse and Mojo at the Harold Pinter (22.6%)
Kyle Soller - Edward II at the NT Olivier (10.2%)
Richard McCabe - The Audience at the Gielgud (16.2%)

The STAR Best Actress in a Musical

Scarlett Strallen - A Chorus Line at the London Palladium and Candide at the Menier Chocolate Factory (23.5%)

Charlotte Wakefield - The Sound of Music at the Open Air (21.3%)
Cynthia Erivo - The Color Purple at the Menier Chocolate Factory (17.5%)
Rosalie Craig - The Light Princess at the NT Lyttelton (18.7%)
Zrinka Cvitešić - Once at the Phoenix (19.0%)

The RADISSON BLU EDWARDIAN Best Actor in a Musical

Gavin Creel - The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales (36.0%)

Declan Bennett - Once at the Phoenix (14.9%)
Douglas Hodge - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (28.1%)
Killian Donnelly - The Commitments at the Palace (12.4%)
Robert Lonsdale - From Here to Eternity at the Shaftesbury (8.6%)

Best Supporting Actress in a Musical

Alexia Khadime - The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales (31.0%)

Amy Booth-Steel - The Light Princess at the NT Lyttelton (15.8%)
Iris Roberts - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (24.1%)
Leigh Zimmerman - A Chorus Line at the London Palladium (17.0%)
Sophia Nomvete - The Color Purple at the Menier Chocolate Factory (12.1%)

Best Supporting Actor in a Musical

Stephen Ashfield - The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales (34.4%)

Colman Domingo - The Scottsboro Boys at the Young Vic (9.4%)
James Dreyfus - Candide at the Menier Chocolate Factory (13.1%)
Nigel Planer - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (31.3%)
Ryan Sampson - From Here to Eternity at the Shaftesbury (11.8%)

Best Solo Performance

Barry Humphries - Eat Pray Laugh! Barry Humphries' Farewell Tour at the London Palladium (33.8%)

Alex Jennings - Hymn at the NT Lyttelton and Duchess (20.0%)
Cush Jumbo - Josephine & I at the Bush (14.2%)
Leanne Best - The Match Box at the Tricycle (14.3%)
Rob Crouch - Oliver Reed: Wild Thing at the St James (17.7%)

The LES MISÉRABLES Best Ensemble Performance

A Chorus Line - at the London Palladium (45.6%)

The Drowned Man - at Temple Studios (12.6%)
Handbagged - at the Tricycle (5.1%)
Titanic - at Southwark Playhouse (26.2%)
The Weir - at the Donmar Warehouse (10.5%)

Best Takeover in a Role

Carrie Hope Fletcher - Les Misérables at the Queen's (37.8%)

Beverley Knight - The Bodyguard at the Adelphi (16.5%)
Geronimo Rauch - The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's (12.7%)
Mike Noble - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Apollo (11.8%)
Willemijn Verkaik - Wicked at the Apollo Victoria (21.2%)

PRODUCTION CATEGORIES


Best New Play

The Audience by Peter Morgan - at the Gielgud (34.0%)

Chimerica by Lucy Kirkwood - at the Almeida and the Harold Pinter (18.9%)
The Events by David Greig - at the Young Vic (6.8%)
The Herd by Rory Kinnear - at the Bush (10.5%)
Peter and Alice by John Logan - at the Noël Coward (29.8%)

The TICKETMASTER Best New Comedy

The Play that Goes Wrong by Henry Shields, Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer - at the Old Red Lion and Trafalgar Studios (29.6%)

Barking in Essex by Clive Exton - at Wyndham's (18.6%)
Handbagged by Moira Buffini - at the Tricycle (11.9%)
Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense adapted by the Goodale Brothers - at the Duke of York's (29.0%)
The Lyons by Nicky Silver - at the Menier Chocolate Factory (10.9%)

Best New Musical

The Book of Mormon by Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez - at the Prince of Wales (32.5%)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman and David Greig - at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (28.3%)
From Here to Eternity by Stuart Brayson, Tim Rice and Bill Oakes - at the Shaftesbury (6.9%)
The Light Princess by Tori Amos and Samuel Adamson - at the NT Lyttelton (12.8%)
Once by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová - at the Phoenix (19.5%)

The SAMUEL FRENCH Best Play Revival

To Kill a Mockingbird - at the Open Air (39.7%)

Mojo - at the Harold Pinter (27.0%)
The Pride - at Trafalgar Studios (11.5%)
Private Lives - at the Gielgud (14.4%)
The Weir - at the Donmar Warehouse (7.4%)

The TICKET FACTORY Best Musical Revival

The Sound of Music - at the Open Air (32.9%)

Candide - at the Menier Chocolate Factory (8.3%)
Chess - at the Union (10.7%)
A Chorus Line - at the London Palladium (28.4%)
Merrily We Roll Along - at the Harold Pinter (19.7%)

Best Shakespearean Production

A Midsummer Night's Dream - at the Noël Coward (28.4%)

Julius Caesar - at the Donmar Warehouse (7.1%)
Macbeth - at Trafalgar Studios (26.3%)
Othello - at the NT Olivier (23.5%)
The Tempest - at Shakespeare's Globe (14.6%)

The MANAGED NETWORKS Best Director

Michael Grandage - the Michael Grandage Season at the Noël Coward (21.0%)

Jamie Lloyd - Macbeth, The Hothouse and The Pride at Trafalgar Studios (19.9%)
John Tiffany - Once at the Phoenix (19.7%)
Maria Friedman - Merrily We Roll Along at the Harold Pinter (19.7%)
Nicholas Hytner - Othello at the NT Olivier (19.7%)

The FEAST Best Set Designer

Mark Thompson - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (49.7%)

Es Devlin - Chimerica at the Almeida and Harold Pinter (9.3%)
Felix Barrett, Livi Vaughan and Beatrice Minns - The Drowned Man at Temple Studios (9.2%)
Rae Smith - The Light Princess at the NT Lyttelton (18.8%)
Tim Goodchild - Strangers on a Train at the Gielgud (13.1%)

The WHITE LIGHT Best Lighting Designer

Adam Silverman - Macbeth at Trafalgar Studios (26.0%)

Paule Constable - the Michael Grandage Season at the Noël Coward (25.5%)
Peter Mumford - Ghosts at the Almeida (23.2%)
Philip Gladwell - Limbo at the London Wonderground (5.8%)
Tim Lutkin - Strangers on a Train at the Gielgud (19.5%)

The CAPEZIO Best Choreographer

Peter Darling - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (31.8%)

Casey Nicholaw - The Book of Mormon at the Prince of Wales (30.2%)
Javier de Frutos - From Here to Eternity at the Shaftesbury (10.1%)
Steven Hoggett - The Light Princess at the NT Lyttelton (16.6%)
Susan Stroman - The Scottsboro Boys at the Young Vic (11.3%)

The AUTOGRAPH Best Original Music

Once by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglova - at the Phoenix (46.8%)

The Color Purple by Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray - at the Menier Chocolate Factory (26.6%)
The Hush by Matthew Herbert - at the NT Shed (5.8%)
LIFT by Craig Adams - at the Soho (7.7%)
The Scottsboro Boys by John Kander - at the Young Vic (13.2%)

The DEWYNTERS London Newcomer of the Year

Rupert Grint - Mojo at the Harold Pinter (50.3%)

Jack Huston - Strangers on a Train at the Gielgud (9.7%)
Kyle Scatliffe - The Scottsboro Boys at the Young Vic (8.3%)
Olivia Vinall - Othello at the NT Olivier (12.5%)
Tori Amos (composer) - The Light Princess at the NT Lyttelton (19.1%)

SPECIAL CATEGORIES


Best Off-West End Production

Titanic - at Southwark Playhouse (50.7%)

Adult Supervision - at the Park (11.7%)
#aiww: The Arrest of Ai Weiwei - at Hampstead (7.3%)
Scenes from a Marriage - at the St James (20.4%)
A Thousand Miles of History - at the Bussey Building (9.9%)

The TICKETS.COM Best Regional Production

My Fair Lady - at Sheffield Crucible (34.3%)

Macbeth - at the Manchester International Festival (18.0%)
The Prodigals - at the Belgrade, Coventry (5.7%)
Richard II - RSC at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon (31.9%)
To Sir, With Love - at the Royal & Derngate, Northampton and on tour (10.0%)

The EQUITY Best West End Show

Matilda the Musical - RSC at the Cambridge (31.4%)

Les Misérables - at the Queen's (24.9%)
The Phantom of the Opera - at Her Majesty's (8.1%)
War Horse - at the New London (14.7%)
Wicked - at the Apollo Victoria (21.0%)

The ARTS ALLIANCE MEDIA Theatre Event of the Year

The National Theatre's 50th anniversary gala, broadcast live on the BBC (56.0%)

The Lyric Hammersmith's Secret Theatre company season (11.0%)
The Michael Grandage Season, with its seven headline stars (14.5%)
The opening of the National's Shed as a temporary performance space (7.5%)
Punchdrunk's return to London with The Drowned Man (10.9%)




Congrats to all of you. God bless.




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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Bonnie Somerville

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Ms. Emmanuelle Riva

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THE BEATLES---SOMETHING


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Mr. George Harrison, Ms. Linda McCartney and Ms. Maureen Starkey Tigrett --We Salute You Guys, RIP

Sir Paul McCartney, Mr. Eric Clapton, Mr. Jeff Lynne, Mr. Albert Lee, Mr. Marc Mann, Mr. Chris Stainton, Mr. Billy Preston, Mr. Ringo Starr, Mr. Jim Keltner, Mr. Jim Capaldi, Mr. Henry Spinetti and Mr. Ray Cooper --SOMETHING





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THE BEATLES---SOMETHING

Something in the way she moves
Attracts me like no other lover
Something in the way she woos me

I don't want to leave her now
You know I believe and how

Somewhere in her smile she knows
That I don't need no other lover
Something in her style that shows me

I don't want to leave her now
You know I believe and how

You're asking me will my love grow
I don't know, I don't know
You stick around now it may show
I don't know, I don't know

Something in the way she knows
And all i have to do is think of her
Something in the things she shows me

I don't want to leave her now
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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Mr. Peter Fonda

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Natalia Verbeke

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Mr. Paul Morrissey

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Dominique Gisin




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Dominique Gisin




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Tina Maze




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Tina Maze




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Tina Maze




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Lara Gut





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Lara Gut





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Lara Gut





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Lara Gut




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Women's Giant Slalom posted Feb. 18, 2014



Gold

Tina MAZE Slovenia

Silver

Anna FENNINGER Austria

Bronze

Viktoria REBENSBURG Germany

Congrats to all of you. God bless.



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Anna Fenninger




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Anna Fenninger





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Anna Fenninger




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Dominique Gisin, Tina Maze and Lara Gut posted Feb. 12, 2014

AFP



Dominique Gisin and Tina Maze finished in a thrilling dead heat as an Alpine skiing gold medal was shared for the first time in Winter Olympics history on Wednesday in a dramatic women's downhill.

Swiss outsider Gisin, wearing bib number eight, was first to clock 1min 41.57sec down the icy 2.7km-long course and in brilliant sunshine it looked to have been enough for outright victory.

But Gisin, who has not won a World Cup downhill race since 2009 and whose best finish in the downhill this season is seventh, had not counted on Maze, the 2013 super-G world champion and proven big-stage performer.

Starting 13 runners after Gisin on a course that had not broken up, the Slovenian led all the splits but lost a little time after the final jump to come charging through the finish line in a dead heat.

Maze has had a relatively poor season, which was only partially rescued by a first downhill win in Cortina d'Ampezzo in January, but her third place finish in the downhill run of the super-combined was a reminder of her speed abilities.

"I'm extremely happy and completely overwhelmed," said a tearful Gisin after immediately calling her family.

"I don't think I even dreamt about this. Now that I have won, I am living the dream, but this is better than dreaming.

"I was speaking to my grandad and grandma. Everybody is extremely excited. They were just crying and I was crying, too."

- 'This has to be it -

Maze added: "This doesn't feel real. I will have to see my team to get myself together and realise how much this means to us.

"I have been dreaming about this since I was little. The first ski race I ever won in my life was a downhill so before I went down the track today I said to myself, 'This has to be it. I can do it', and I just went for it."

Maze said there were no hard feelings sharing the gold.

"It's a great feeling because Dominique and I are pretty good friends. We have the same mentallity. It's good to see her winning gold, too. I am very happy for her," she said.

One onlooker also left delighted was Maze's coach Mauro Pini, the former head coach of the women's Swiss ski team.

"Tina is a hard worker so this is nice for her," said Pini. "I'm also happy for Dominique as she was my first athlete."

Gisin's gold was Switzerland's fifth women's downhill Olympic title and the first since Michaela Figini at the 1984 Sarajevo Games.

There was more joy for the Swiss team when Lara Gut, who has so far this season won three super-G and one downhill World Cup race and finished second in the combined's downhill, claimed bronze, a further 0.10sec adrift.

There was no silver awarded in the race marked by the absence through injury of defending champion and media darling Lindsey Vonn of the United States.

- Record four Olympic golds -

Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch, the winner of Monday's super-combined, could only finish 13th at 1.17sec, and Austrian silver medallist Nicole Hosp ninth at 1.05sec.

It meant Hoefl-Riesch, who stands atop the World Cup overall and downhill standings so far this season, missed out on drawing level with now-retired Croatian Janica Kostelic's record of four Olympic golds.

But the 29-year-old German will have other opportunities as she races in all five disciplines.

Other rivals for the downhill crown included a couple of racers who disappointed on Monday, including Austrian pin-up Anna Fenninger.

Fenninger finished 4th in the super-combined and suffered more woe on the Rosa Khutor course when she skied out after losing control in the middle section.

American Julia Mancuso, who had snatched bronze in the combined thanks to a fastest downhill run and won silver in the discipline in Vancouver four years ago, finished eighth at 0.99sec.

"I am disappointed with my skiing, I made some big mistakes," said Mancuso. "I would like to have another chance, but it's over. I have to move on to my next event.

"It's tough and really difficult to stay focused on the whole run, but that's what separates the champions from the rest of us on race day."




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THE MOD SQUAD

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Cast


Michael Cole-------------Pete Cochran
Clarence Williams III----Linc Hayes
Peggy Lipton-------------Julie Barnes
Tige Andrews-------------Capt. Adam Greer
Simon Scott--------------Chief Barney Metcalf
Ross Elliott-------------Charlie Tyson
Bob Golden---------------Cop
Rex Holman---------------Jonah
Linda Marsh--------------Betty Ayres
Norman Alden--------------Charles Swain
Murray MacLeod------------Bob Travis
Brooke Bundy--------------Deborah Martin
John Dennis---------------Bike Shop Owner




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Mr. Bob Golden, Mr. Norman Alden and Mr. John Dennis-----------We Salute You Guys, RIP

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Elise Christie by Eurosport | The Sochi Network

Elise Christie admitted she had no choice but to accept the referee’s decision once again at the Winter Olympics in Sochi – even if she didn’t agree with it.
Short track speed skater Christie was looking to end her Games on a high in her specialist 1000m, after falling foul of the referee in both the 500m and 1500m.
She looked on course to do just that as she produced a fine skate in the quarter-final but was penalised in the semi-final after a fall.
Li Jianrou of China brought her down on the final bend but both were penalised and therefore not allowed to compete in the B final.

And Christie, who won bronze over 1000m at the World Championships last year, had to accept her fate no matter how much it stung.
“Never in 100 years did I expect to get a penalty for that. I’m confused really. That is the problem with this sport – it’s different referees each time and you have to deal with it,” she said.
“There is no consistency because every referee has a different opinion. I am going to say again, I will always respect the referee’s final decision. I have to accept that anyway as that’s short track but I don’t agree with it."
British short track performance director Stuart Horsepool admitted his frustration and insisted he believed Christie was good enough to win three medals.
"We have to respect the decision of the referee but I don’t agree with it,” he said. “I wish sport was fair because if it was Elise would be here with one, two or even three medals."
Meanwhile, Jon Eley also offered Christie his support after placing third in the B final of the 500m on his third appearance at the Winter Olympics.
"She has had a tough Olympics and my heart goes out to her but I am sure she will be stronger for this and come back in four years time and be a force,” he said.
“I’m very disappointed not to get to the final but I am pretty pleased with the way I have turned my season around.
“The past couple of days I have been skating better than I have ever skated before. I was feeling up for it, I skated beautifully in the quarter-final and it was just a slip in the semi-final cost me.”



God bless you, Elise



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Feb. 22, 2014

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Ermittlungsverfahren im Dopingfall Sachenbacher-Stehle

AFP

Die Staatsanwaltschaft München I hat nach der positiven Dopingprobe bei Biathletin Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle ein Ermittlungsverfahren gegen unbekannt eingeleitet. Zur Sicherung von Beweismitteln durchsuchten Beamte des Landeskriminalamts (LKA) am Freitagabend den Olympia-Stützpunkt der Biathleten in Ruhpolding (Oberbayern) sowie zwei private Gebäude. Dies bestätigte die zuständige Staatsanwaltschaft.
"In einem der Objekte wurden Nahrungsergänzungsmittel gefunden", sagte Staatsanwalt Peter Preuß dem Sportinformationsdienst. Ob diese mit dem Fall zu tun haben könnten, wird zurzeit ausgewertet. Mit einem Ergebnis ist nicht vor Montag zu rechnen.
Der Tatvorwurf des LKA lautet: unerlaubtes Inverkehrbringen von Arzneimitteln zu Dopingzwecken im Sport. Sprecher Preuß betonte, dass sich die laufenden Ermittlungen nicht gegen die Sportlerin richteten. "Der Verdacht besteht gegen einen unbekannten Dritten, nicht gegen Frau Sachenbacher-Stehle", sagte Preuß. Zum Anlass des Ermittlungsverfahrens wollte sich die Staatsanwaltschaft nicht äußern.
Am Morgen hatte Michael Vesper, der Chef de Mission der deutschen Olympiamannschaft bei den Winterspielen in Sotschi, auf einer Pressekonferenz mitgeteilt, dass die Privatwohnung von Biathlon-Dopingsünderin Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle durchsucht worden sei. Man werde mit der Staatsanwaltschaft kooperieren, "denn es ist nötig, das Umfeld zu untersuchen", sagte der DOSB-Generaldirektor.
Vesper betonte, dass es sich im Fall Sachenbacher-Stehle nicht um ein hochtechnisiertes Doping gehandelt habe. Die positive Dopingprobe nach dem Massenstartrennen am vergangenen Montag sei wohl auf ein kontaminiertes Nahrungsergänzungsmittel zurückzuführen. Sachenbacher-Stehle habe "über fünf - fünf, sechs, sieben" Produkte genutzt. Vesper erklärte, Sachenbacher-Stehle habe die Mittel von einem Mentaltrainer bezogen, mit dem sie zusammenarbeitet. Die Person ist nicht Teil der deutschen Olympiamannschaft.
Die zweimalige Skilanglauf-Olympiasiegerin Sachenbacher-Stehle war am Freitag offiziell aus der deutschen Olympiamannschaft ausgeschlossen worden und hatte noch am gleichen Tag die Heimreise angetreten. Ihre beiden vierten Plätze im Massenstart und in der Mixedstaffel wurden ihr aberkannt. Die zuvor erzielten Resultate bleiben in der Ergebnislisten.
Der Biathlon-Weltverband IBU hat schloss Sachenbacher-Stehle erwartungsgemäß von allen Wettbewerben unter seiner Regie aus. Zudem kündigte die IBU an, das übliche Disziplinarverfahren gegen die 33-Jährige zu eröffnen, sobald alle notwendigen Dokumente vonseiten des Internationalen Olympischen Komitees (IOC) vorliegen.


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Carolina Kostner

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Kyle MacLachlan

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By Marit Sundberg

Allt fler svenskar köper semesterboende i Spanien. Mest ökar intresset för Costa Blanca på sydostkusten. ”Snittåldern på köparna har minskat betydligt”, säger mäklaren Daniel Nilsson.

Förra året köpte 1.959 svenskar hus eller lägenhet i Spanien, en ökning med 68 procent jämfört med året innan. Enligt siffror från den spanska inskrivningsmyndigheten Registradores innebar det att svenskar stod för 5,6 procent av de utländska köpen, uppger Fastighetsbyrån.

Intresset för Costa Blanca, som är känt för sina många soldagar, växer mest. Området omfattar städer som Benidorm, Alicante och Torrevieja. De flesta köpare vill ha mindre lägenheter med två sovrum.

– Jag skulle säga att cirka 90 procent är ute efter semesterboende, inte för att flytta ned permanent, säger Daniel Nilsson, Fastighetsbyråns regionchef för Spanien.
Dessutom har snittåldern på köparna sjunkit kraftigt. Åldersgruppen 55 plus har blandats upp med barnfamiljer.

Enligt mäklarfirman beror den ökade försäljningen bland annat på att bostäderna blivit billigare. I spåren av eurokrisen har Spanien drabbats av fallande bostadspriser. Prisfallet var som störst 2010–2011, enligt Fastighetsbyrån.

Intresset har även ökat i takt med att bostadsstandarden höjts samt att fler flighter gjort det lättare att ta sig ned till Spanien.


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Coppa Italia: Via alla Final Four. Piacenza contro tutte?

TREVISO - E' tutto pronto al PalaVerde di Treviso per le Finali di Coppa Italia di A1 e A2 femminile.

Oggi, in diretta su Rai Sport 1 (commento di Maurizio Colantoni e Andrea Lucchetta) andranno in onda le semifinali Coppa di A1.

Domani, domenica 23, la finalissima, preceduta dalla finale della 17. Coppa Italia di A2.


1° SEMIFINALE - Piacenza-Busto Arsizio fu la finale dell'edizione 2011-12 di Coppa Italia, un secco 0-3 che diede il via alla cavalcata trionfale delle farfalle. L'incrocio sfumò l'anno successivo, visto che alla finale ci arrivarono solo le biancoblù di Caprara, mentre le biancorosse furono eliminate 2-3 da Villa Cortese.

L'edizione 2013-14 ripropone il duello tra le due squadre che hanno dominato l'ultimo biennio in termini di vittorie. Dieci punti in più nella classifica di campionato a favore della capolista Piacenza non sono niente di più che un indizio sul possibile andamento della semifinale.

Entrambe le squadre hanno raccolto successi in casa e trasferta nell'ultimo periodo - 5 consecutivi per il team di Caprara, 4 per quello di Parisi - e arrivano a Treviso in ottima forma. In più il risultato dell'ultimo scontro diretto - 3-0 per Busto in casa - dice che il pronostico non è affatto scontato.

HANNO DETTO

Manuela Leggeri (Piacenza) non teme le pressioni: "Essere favorite non ci crea timori perché le cinque vittorie consecutive tra gennaio e febbraio ci hanno permesso di recuperare fiducia e sicurezza. Sono convinta che se avremo pazienza, potremo toglierci nuove soddisfazioni. Partiamo dal presupposto di giocare una Final Four di altissimo livello. Piacenza c'è ed è convinta di poter arrivare fino in fondo".

Valentina Arrighetti (Busto Arsizio), anima delle bustocche, ha chiaro in mente l'obiettivo del viaggio in Veneto: "Non vedo perché porsi limiti, anche perché se punti a qualcosa di meno del primo posto, al primo non ci arriverai mai, quindi miriamo al massimo".



2° SEMIFINALE - Modena e Bergamo, due squadre giovani e ambiziose, con una tradizione pallavolistica cittadina lunghissima. Tant'è vero che Modena e Bergamo si sono affrontate due volte in finale di Coppa Italia. Nella finale 1995-96 Bergamo vinse 3-0 contro Modena. Rivincita nella finale della stagione 2001-02: 3-0 di Modena di Zetova e Yin Yin su il Bergamo di Phipps, Cacciatori e Piccinini. La nuova Modena, al primo anno di vita, vuole subito lasciare il segno e inaugurare il proprio palmares. La 'vecchia' Bergamo ha l'obiettivo di conquistare la sesta Coppa Italia della propria storia (l'ultima risale alla stagione 2007-08). Le motivazioni delle due squadre sono ugualmente forti e lo spettacolo è assicurato. Basti ripensare al match di campionato disputato poco più di un mese fa al PalaPanini dove le emiliane si imposero 3-2 al termine di una battaglia densa di colpi di scena e di altissimo livello. Tra i temi della partita, uno dei più affascinanti è l'incontro tra Francesca Piccinini e la 'sua' ex Bergamo, il cui significato è amplificato dall'importanza dell'occasione. E poi a confronto due giovani ma già affermati opposti - Samanta Fabris e Valentina Diouf -, due liberi simbolo del volley rosa - Paola Cardullo ed Enrica Merlo -, la coppia belga della Liu Jo Rousseaux-Heyrman e la coppia italiana di Bergamo Loda-Folie. Infine i due allenatori: Chiappafreddo cerca la seconda finale consecutiva dopo quella raggiunta l'anno scorso alla guida di Villa Cortese, Lavarini tenta di approdare alla sua prima finale da capo allenatore.


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Alice Cooper - Steven

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Alice Cooper - Steven

I don't want to see you go
I don't even want to be there
I will cover off my eyes and pray it goes away
You've only lived a minute of your life
I must be dreaming please stop screaming
I don't like to hear you cry
you just don't know how deep that cuts me
So I will cover off my eyes and it will go away
You've only lived a minute of your life
I must be dreaming please stop screaming
Steven Steven I hear my name
Steven is someone calling me I hear my name
Steven that icy breath it whispers screams of pain
I don't want to feel you die
But if that's the way that God has planned you
I'll put pennies on your eyes and it will go away see
You've only lived a minute of your life I must be dreaming
Steven is someone calling me no
Steven I think I hear a voice it's outside the door
Steven I hear my name
Steven is someone calling me I hear my name
Steven what do you want
Steven what do you want
what do you want
what do you want
Steven Steven Steven I hear my name



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Friday, February 21, 2014

Ms. Nina Simone (1933–2003)

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Christopher Atkins

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William Petersen

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William Baldwin

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Ashley Greene

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Kelsey Grammer

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Tuppence Middleton

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Mr. Sam Peckinpah (1925–1984)

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Mimi Kuzyk

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Ms. Ann Sheridan (1915–1967)

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The Three Stooges

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Charlotte Church

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Ms. Kitty Winn

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Mr. Bob Rafelson

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Ms. Margarethe von Trotta

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Elize du Toit





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Jennifer Love Hewitt

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Lucas Eguibar Por arh | EFE

El guipuzcoano Lucas Eguibar, campeón del mundo júnior de 'boardercross' acabó en un meritorio séptimo puesto la prueba de esa disciplina de snowboard de los Juegos Olímpicos de Sochi, disputada hoy, martes, en el Extreme Park de Rosa Khutor.


Eguibar, que acaba de cumplir veinte años y que en enero fue segundo en la prueba de la Copa del Mundo que se disputó en Vallnord (Andorra), se cayó en la semifinal, por lo que al no entrar en la Gran final, reservada a los mejores seis, se tuvo que conformar con disputar la final pequeña, que dilucidaba los puestos del séptimo al duodécimo.
'Luki', debutante en unos Juegos Olímpicos, que había acabado en primera posición en las rondas de octavos y de cuartos también fue el mejor en la final pequeña -que no pudo disputar el italiano Omar Visintin, lesionado en la semifinal y que salió del circuito en camilla-, por lo que obtuvo la séptima plaza final, en su primera cita olímpica.
Regino Hernández, a las puertas de semifinales
El snowboarder ceutí Regino Hernández sufrió una caída y no logró el pase a la semifinal, en la que tampoco estará el australiano Alex Pullin, campeón del mundo. El cántabro Laro Herrero, por su parte, quedó al no acabar entre los tres primeros -fue quinto- en su ronda de octavos.



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Alan Rickman

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USA-CANADA 2-3 by Valentine Powell

The United States women’s hockey team faced off with—and lost to—their long-time rivals (and neighbors) the Canadians in a preliminary game on Wednesday, February 12 at the Shayba Arena. The final score was 3-2 in favor of Canada, to the dismay of the Americans but to the delight, of course, of the Canadian team.

One proud and positively beaming member of the team is Meghan Agosta, who turned 27 on the very day she scored two goals to show that her team deserved a spot in the semifinals. Agosta scored the first and the last goal for Canada in the third period. That last breakaway goal, made with less than six minutes left on the clock, locked their win even after Anne Schleper of the US scored a goal with 65 seconds left in the game.

The loss may come as a shock to fans of the US team, because the Americans had actually defeated Canada in four games—one after the other—during the pre-Olympic tour. Hilary Knight, who plays forward for the U.S., comments that they had penalties during the game that affected their play.

There’s a big possibility that the two teams will meet on the ice again, this time, for the gold. It’s nothing new, as the two nations always find themselves competing against each other for the top spot in women’s hockey. When the event debuted in the Winter Olympics in 1998, the U.S. beat Canada in the finals. In the two Winter Games that followed, Canada claimed victory, and the U.S. has yet to reclaim the gold.

This made Wednesday’s game all the more frustrating for the American team. Coach Katey Stone of the U.S. may have felt indifferent about her team’s performance, but it’s a lot different for the team members. Amanda Kessel, for one, was upset, saying that she was “not happy with tonight.” Kessel scored two goals for the team to seal their victory against Switzerland on February 10.

Hockey fans around the world are surely waiting for the final sequel to this match-up, but for now, it’s time for the two teams to face other foes for the semis.



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Mélanie Laurent





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Sophie Turner



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Mr. Frédéric François Chopin

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Mr. Frédéric François Chopin--We Salute You, RIP

Eva Green

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Qu'est-ce qu'on a fait au Bon Dieu ?







Réalisé par Philippe de Chauveron



Avec

Christian Clavier, Chantal Lauby, Ary Abittan



Synopsis et détails


Claude et Marie Verneuil, issus de la grande bourgeoisie catholique provinciale, sont des parents plutôt "vieille France". Mais ils se sont toujours obligés à faire preuve d'ouverture d'esprit. Les pilules furent cependant bien difficiles à avaler quand leur première fille épousa un musulman, leur seconde un juif et leur troisième un chinois. Leurs espoirs de voir enfin l'une d'elles se marier à l'église se cristallisent donc sur la cadette, qui, alléluia, vient de rencontrer un bon catholique...



source:allocine.fr

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Sochi Olympics 2014

by Tony Manfred



Alpine skiing, men's giant slalom

Gold: Ted Ligety, USA
Silver: Steve Missillier, France
Bronze: Alexis Pinurault, France

Biathlon, mixed relay

Gold: Norway
Silver: Czech Republic
Bronze: Italy

Bobsleigh, women's two-man

Gold: Kaillie Humphries, Canada
Silver: Elana Meyers, USA
Bronze: Jamie Greubel, USA

Cross-country skiing, women's team sprint

Gold: Norway
Silver: Finland
Bronze: Sweden

Snowboarding, women's parallel giant slalom

Gold: Patrizia Kummer, Switzerland
Silver: Tomoka Takeuchi, Japan
Bronze: Alena Zavarzina, Russia

Snowboarding, men's paralell giant slalom

Gold: Vic Wild, Russia
Silver: Nevin Galmarini, Switzerland
Bronze: Zan Kosir, Slovenia

Speed skating, women's 5000m

Gold: VMartina Sablikova, Czech Republic
Silver: Ireen Wust, Netherlands
Bronze: Carien Kleibeuker, Netherlands



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Mr. Robert Altman (1925–2006)

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Sandy Duncan

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Peter Strauss

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Andrew Shue

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Brenda Blethyn

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French Stewart

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Ron Eldard

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Imogen Stubbs

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Mr. Mike Leigh

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Patricia Hearst

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Jean Frederic Chapuis, Arnaud Bovolenta and Jonathan Midol

World champion Jean Frederic Chapuis was coolness personified as he led Arnaud Bovolenta and Jonathan Midol to France's first Winter Olympics podium sweep in the men's ski cross final.



Chapuis calmly negotiated the crashes and chaos of one of the most unpredictable events at the Sochi Games and the 1-2-3 was secured when the fourth finalist, Canada's Brady Leman, fell on the penultimate jump after tangling with Midol's skis.

"With the two other French guys it's like a dream," said Chapuis, who has dual nationality and was on the Swiss Alpine skiing team before switching sports and countries in 2010.

"Yesterday, I was joking with the guys saying that all three on the podium would be good and it happened. It's perfect.

"We didn't have a strategy. There are three places for the podium, there is one loser's place. We are friends off the slopes, but on the slopes we are enemies."

It was the second medal sweep for one nation in the freestyle skiing at the Extreme Park after the Americans took all three podium places in the slopestyle event.

It also ensured France their best tally at a Winter Games with a total of 14 medals, exceeding the 11 the nation won at Salt Lake City and Vancouver.

Chapuis had shown strong form all day. Fourth fastest in the seedings' run, the 24-year-old led bronze medallist Midol through from their round-of-16 heat and the pair repeated the one-two in their two subsequent races to reach the final.

Bovolenta came through the bottom half of the draw with Leman and made a good start in the medal decider, edging ahead of Chapuis before being reeled in.

"At the beginning of the run I was first, then I saw Jean-Frederic's ski past me," Bovolenta said. "I was glad to follow his path until the end of the run."

Chapuis never looked like being caught once he got in front and when Leman fell, the French trio just had to stay upright after the final jump.

Midol slid over the line on his back and then took time amid the celebrations to remember his brother Bastien, a world championship silver medallist who was ruled out of the Games by a serious back injury.

"I was thinking so much of him. He is doing well," said Midol. "He is in front of the television watching. He is in bed and he cannot walk."

Leman missed out on the Vancouver Games after breaking his leg but, true to the spirit of freeski racing, did not blame Midol for his fall.

"I feel like I let the team down. I am proud, but I'm crushed I came fourth," said the 27-year-old, who took out Swiss favourite Alex Fiva in the first round of heats.

"I knew that if I didn't get my skis tangled up then I'd have been on the podium. It sucks to go without."

Semi-finalist Armin Niederer apart, it was a miserable day for the strong Swiss team with defending champion Michael Schmid failing to start after suffering yet another knee injury and Fiva crashing out.

As usual in the rough and tumble of the "roller derby on snow" there were plenty of crashes and Fiva was by no means the only leading skier to go out early.

Same thing happened with the exit of the Swedish medal contender Victor Oehling Norberg.




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source:uk.eurosport.yahoo.com

Charlotte Kalla, Krista Lahteenmaki and Denise Herrmann

posted Feb. 16, 2014



Charlotte Kalla produced a stunning last lap to propel Sweden to a gold medal in the women's cross country 4x5km relay.

Kalla entered the final lap 16 seconds behind the Finnish team, but skied the fastest lap of the race to overhaul Finland's Krista Lahteenmaki and Denise Herrmann of Germany, who claimed silver and bronze for their countries respectively.



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Veronica Angeloni




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Veronica Angeloni




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Veronica Angeloni



Veronica Angeloni arriva sul palco dell'Ariston e cattura tutta l'attenzione del pubblico. La pallavolista del Frosinone ha annunciato la canzone finalista di Riccardo Sinigallia, ma a colpire è stato il suo stile decisamente sexy. Eccola fasciata da un abito rosso, in perfetto stile “nude look”, aperto davanti e che lascia davvero poco spazio all’immaginazione.



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Jennifer O'Neill




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Julia Jentsch

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Charles Barkley

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Lauren Ambrose




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Lili Taylor

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‘Fantastic Four’ by Justin Kroll

After a final rewrite to the script and a long casting process, Fox looks to have assembled the team for its “Fantastic Four” reboot.

Miles Teller, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell will join Michael B. Jordan in the latest installment in the comicbook franchise.

Mara recently closed a deal to play play Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman. While no offer is out yet, Bell is expected to be tapped to play Ben Grimm/The Thing. Teller has an offer to play Reid Richards/Mr. Fantastic, but deal points are a little further away from being completed.

Teller and Mara have been on Fox’s radar since they were expected to test in November — events that were pushed when Simon Kinberg came on for the last polish on the script.

Bell came into the mix after Fox resumed screen tests.

Jordan has been attached for some time to play Johnny Storm/The Human Torch.

Based on the comic “The Ultimate Fantastic Four,” the contemporary update will focus on the characters as young men and women. Josh Trank will helm the pic with Kinberg, Matthew Vaughn and Gregory Goodman serving as producers.

With its four leads on board, Fox will now try to find its villain and hopes to test a handful of actors in the coming weeks.

“The Fantastic Four” is slated to bow June 19, 2015.

Teller is repped by CAA, Mara and Bell are repped by UTA and Jordan is repped by WME.



source:variety.com

Mr. Sidney Poitier

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JENNY and Team Imoco Volley Conegliano




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Turchia F: Il Vakifbank vince il recupero e torna in testa

TURCHIA (g.t.) - Le seconde linee (non è entrata neppure Aydemir) del Vakifbank di Guidetti e Costagrande battono con uno scontato 3-0 l'Eregli nel recupero della 16° giornata e riportano la formazione campione del mondo in testa alla classifica.

Recupero 16° giornata (19 febbraio)
Eregli Bld. Konya - VakifBank Istanbul 0-3 (11-25, 19-25, 19-25)
Top Scorer: Vatansever 12, Turuk 8, Canli 5, Kavrar 5; Uslupehlivan 15, Nikolic 14, Onal 9, Akman 6, Costagrande n.e.

Classifica
VakifBank Istanbul 49 (46+3) (16-1)
Fenerbahçe Istanbul 48.5 (47+1.5) (16-1)
Eczacibasi VitrA Istanbul 42.5 (40+2.5) (12-5)
Galatasaray Daikin Istanbul 40.3* (37*+3.3) (14-3)
Ilbank Ankara 27.7 (26+1.7) (9-8)
Besiktas Istanbul 26.5 (26+0.5) (9-8)
Bursa B.Sehir Bld. 25.8 (24+1.8) (7-10)
Bakirköy Bld. Yesilyurt Istanbul 20.5 (18+2.5) (6-11)
Halkbank Ankara 16.7 (15+1.7) (4-13)
Sariyer Bld. Istanbul 15.3 (15+0.3) (5-12)
Çanakkale Bld. 11.7 (11+0.7) (4-13)
Eregli Bld. Konya 0.3 (0+0.3) (0-17)

Formula
Oltre alla normale assegnazione dei punti come in Italia viene aggiunto anche il 10% dei punti conquistati dalla rispettiva formazione giovanile nel campionato giovanile. Tra parentesi è indicata la somma dei 2 punteggi. Le prime 8 ai play off, le ultime 2 retrocedono.

*1 punto di penalizzazione e sconfitta a tavolino col Fenerbahce




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John Mellencamp - Let It All Hang Out (Not suitable for kids)

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John Mellencamp - Let It All Hang Out (Not suitable for kids)

No parking by the sewer sign
Hotdog my razor broke
Water dripping up the spout
hey I don't care - Let it all Hang Out


Hanging from a pine tree by my knees
Sunshine through the shade
Nobody knows what it's all about
too much man - Let it all Hang Out

Let It All Hang Out
Let It All Hang Out


Saw a man walking upside down
My TV's on the blink
Make Galileo look like a boy scout
Sorry about that - Let it all Hang Out


Sleep all day, drive all night
Brain my numb can't stop now
ain't no doubt
Keep an open mind - Let it all Hang Out

Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out


raining inside a big brown moon
How does that mess your baby up leg
Eating a reuben sandwich with sauerkraut
Don't stop now, Let it all Hang Out


Man in the straw house
Sure don't know what he's talkin' about
Don't leave me standing
On the front porch baby
Makes me feel like I'm selling something
Ask me in - Let it all Hang Out

Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out
Let it all Hang Out



source:oldielyrics.com

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Feb. 18, 2014

Molly Ringwald
Matt Dillon
Maiara Walsh
Malese Jow
Cybill Shepherd
Mr. George Kennedy
Mr. Milos Forman
Julie Strain
Heidi Mark
Lea Lexis
Jillian Michaels
Vanna White
Alessandra Mastronardi
Sarah Brown
Tammy Macintosh
Nadine Labaki
Tracey E. Edmonds
Evangelina Sosa
Victoria Hill
Dr. Dre



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Mr. Adolphe Menjou (1890–1963)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Jack Palance (1919–2006)

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Mr. John Hughes (1950–2009)

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Martin Fourcade and Raphaël Poirée

JEUX OLYMPIQUES - L’ancien vainqueur de la Coupe du monde évoque le talent de son cadet, désormais double champion olympique…

De notre envoyé spécial à Sotchi (Russie),

Consultant pour la télé norvégienne à Sotchi, l'ancien numéro 1 du biathlon français, médaillé d'argent aux JO de Salt Lake City, s'incline devant le talent et le palmarès de son cadet. Pour lui, Martin Fourcade est déjà le biathlète le plus complet de l'histoire, après son deuxième titre olympique, gagné sur l'individuelle...

Êtes-vous impressionné par Martin Fourcade actuellement?

Sur cette course, personne ne pouvait le battre. Au tir, il a fait ce qu’il fallait en assurant le tir couché. Il doit mettre les balles dedans, c’est ce qu’il fait. Et puis en ski, il est monstrueux. Il a une marge sur les autres qu’il accentue encore. C’est vraiment beau. La façon dont il le fait, c’est ça qui m’impressionne.

A 25 ans, est-il le meilleur biathlète de l’histoire?

Je ne sais pas. A son âge, Bjoerndalen était déjà très fort. Il avait gagné pas mal de courses. On ne regarde pas trop ces comparaisons. Mais c’est un super bel athlète à voir. Il a le contrôle, il a la tête. Il a une équipe derrière lui, tout pour bien faire. Moi, j’aurais aimé avoir une équipe comme lui. L’équipe de France est vraiment professionnelle. Ce n’était pas comme ça à mon époque.

Le voyez-vous enchaîner une troisième victoire sur le mass-start désormais?

Il peut parce qu’avec la marge qu’il a… Il s’amuse, ça se voit. Il a le contrôle, c’est incroyable. J’espère qu’il va faire de grandes choses encore. Et puis, il y a aussi le relais.

Est-il entré dans une autre dimension aujourd’hui?

Etre champion olympique une fois, c’est déjà beau. Quand on regarde les trois derrières saisons, c’est le meilleur biathlète du monde. Même sur les grands événements. Martin ne me surprend pas, mais c’est beau de faire ce qu’il fait aux Jeux devant autant de monde. Tous les quatre ans, tous les Français voient notre sport à la télé. C’est important de montrer notre sport. Et puis il a une super personnalité. Le voir skier, c’est tellement beau. Il fait du bien au biathlon.

Il est plus fort que vous ne l’étiez? Et Bjoerndalen?

Chacun a sa spécialité. Je dirais que Martin est le plus complet de nous trois. Moi, j’avais plus le tir que le physique. Ole Einar, c’est plutôt le contraire. Mais Martin a un registre énorme. Il arrive à tout assembler. Il tire doucement, il tire vite. Il est tactique sur les courses, il va vite sur les skis. Il est beau à voir techniquement.

Va-t-il continuer à tout écraser sur le long terme?

On ne sait jamais ce qui peut arriver. Svendsen peut revenir à un super niveau. Je pense qu’il sera devant tout le temps, mais avec d’autres personnes. Il sera là pour la gagne avec d’autres. Là, les Norvégiens n’y arrivent pas. Ce n’est pas la fête chez eux. Ils n’ont pas les réponses. Il faut qu’ils les trouvent.




source:20minutes.fr