Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin







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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin by Mike Vulpo

Ladies and gentlemen, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are now legally married!

E! News can confirm the Hollywood hunk and human rights lawyer finalized their union with a civil ceremony in Venice, Italy, Monday afternoon. The couple arrived at the municipal building at 1:25 p.m. local time. Clooney, wearing a two-piece gray suit, and Alamuddin, wearing a cream pantsuit and a matching hat, waved to well wishers who were gathered outside. A local politician escorted them inside the building to sign the marriage papers. The Clooneys emerged 10 minutes later and looked ecstatic as they held hands and kissed. A local city council press person confirms "the ink was on the paper, finalized, at about 1:30. The rest was just happiness and joy."

The couple got in the boat and went up the canal slowly, with paparazzi in tow and police boats leading the way. "Fans were going wild! People were running alongside the banks," an eyewitness says.

The ceremony comes two days after the couple said "I Do" in a separate private ceremony that was attended by family and close friends including Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt and more famous faces.

George and Amal's final ceremony concludes a jam-packed weekend for the couple and their guests who traveled across the world as early as Thursday to attend the festivities.

After separate bachelor and bachelorette parties Friday night, the couple swapped vows at the gorgeous Aman Candal Grande hotel. The entire wedding venue was decorated with white flowers as well as hundreds of hand-crafted flickering candles.

The next day, the newlyweds received cheers from hundreds of tourists, locals and photographers as they made their first public appearance as husband and wife.

Wearing a Giambattista Valli Couture mini dress, Alamuddin turned heads as she showed off her new wedding ring while holding hands with her husband. The pair enjoyed plenty of applause as they boarded a private boat.

"Everyone in Venice feels so privileged they did this here," an eyewitness told E! News. "What a wonderful moment to see. We all say she's like Jackie [Kennedy] Onassis. We love her and George does too. It's lovely."

With the big weekend behind them, the newlyweds hope to enjoy some private time before embarking on a honeymoon. Until then, it's all smiles for the stunning pair!

"George and Amal could NOT have been happier," another eyewitness told E! News. " They are clearly on top of the world and are just thrilled to be enjoying their wedding weekend."

Congratulations to the happily married couple!



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Marta Menegatti and Viktoria Orsi Toth




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Marta Menegatti and Viktoria Orsi Toth

Sao Paulo, Brazil, September 28, 2014 — It's hard to feel like something impressive has been achieved when you lose the gold medal match in a FIVB Grand Slam final 21-19 in the tiebreaker set, especially when you had match points, but that was the story of this week's FIVB Sao Paulo Grand Slam for Italy's silver medalists Marta Menegatti and Viktoria Orsi Toth.

"It's a second place in a FIVB Grand Slam, and that's okay for us, we are so happy, so satisfied," said Menegatti putting on a brave face afterwards. "But when you're here to play a final you want to win and when you lose so close, it's not good."

In so many eyes, the number 11 seeds from Italy were clearly the lesser-favored pair going into the final against Brazil's Larissa and Talita, winners of the previous two Grand Slam tournaments, but they took the first set 21-18 with Orsi Toth particularly strong against Talita at the net and then forced extra points in losing the second.

It was in the tiebreak where they couldn't quite close out victory, despite the match points, but their play was heavily complemented after by the victors. "A lot of people thought that we would win easy," said Larissa. "But the favoritism doesn't go on the court with you and they played a great game."

Like Menegatti, her partner Orsi Toth was equally disappointed with 'just' silver, even though it was the best FIVB World Tour result of her career, and she didn't know how long it would take for her medal to really feel like a victory.

"It's too complicated to say," she said shaking her head. "I know the game was very close, and I'm happy for the medal, but I could be happier."

Once the empty feeling of such a narrow final loss has worn off, Italy's top-ranked women's partnership will certainly feel satisfaction at a job well done in Sao Paulo, where they were finally able to turn one of a host of frustrating second round elimination exits and a couple of FIVB Grand Slam semifinals into a first ever FIVB World Tour medal.

They made the semifinals in Brazil at the 2013 FIVB Sao Paulo Grand Slam, but lost 2-1 to eventual champions Kerri Walsh Jennings and April Ross, and this year they also got to the final four at the Klagenfurt Grand Slam, but lost 2-0 to Brazil's Maria Antonelli and Juliana.

However, an indication of how close they were to a medal breakthrough in 2014 is their season's list of 'near-misses' which include just missing out on the quarterfinals at four different FIVB Grand Slam events, and every single time on a tiebreak.

In Sao Paulo this year they got their revenge on Walsh Jennings and Ross with a 2-0 win in tricky wet rainy conditions, a result that Orsi Toth said made her "really really really really really happy", and then managed to back that up with a tiebreak win over the Netherlands' Marleen van Iersel and Madelein Meppelink in the semifinal to guarantee the partnership's and Orsi Toth's first ever medal.

At that point, instead of in the wake of a final defeat, the achievement was easier for them to evaluate in more realistic terms. "At the end of the tiebreak I was shaking," said Orsi Toth. "It's a dream, it's my first time in a final. We have worked really hard in this season, and sometimes we lost some important matches by just two points and now finally everything goes in the good way."

Menegatti, who already had eight FIVB World Tour medals to her name (alongside Greta Cicolari), was equally satisfied with the newish team's first medal after their semifinal win and highlighted the connection between them as the key factor in their success.

"My first final with Viki," she said. "Just one year and two months that we have played together, so the satisfaction is... well, I have no words. We worked a lot, we like each other in the court and outside the court and I think this is our strength, and we never give up."

They certainly never gave up in the 2014 FIVB Sao Paulo Grand Slam final, fighting against their opponents and a noisy home crowd strongly in favor of their opponents to come within touching distance of a first-ever gold medal, and it's a sign of things to come if the pair 24-year-olds (Orsi Toth just two days older than Menegatti) have anything to do with it.

"It IS a positive result for us," concluded Menegatti after uncontrollably smiling her way through the awarding ceremony. "We are still developing, so I think this is a very, very good result. It's because of hard work together and we hope to continue this way."



Keep it up girls. As we have mentioned in JENNY's board, Silver is better than nothing.
God bless.



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Monday, September 29, 2014

Mr. Ian McShane

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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Trofeo Bellomo:

MODENA - Novara - Busto Arsizio oggi giocano la finale del Trofeo Bellomo

SEMIFINALI "TROFEO BELLOMO"

Busto Arsizio - Ornavasso 3-0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-20)
Busto Arsizio: Degradi 13, Rania ne, Michel 8, Leonardi (L), Marcon 5, Angelina 4, Camera, Wolosz, Havelkova 15, Pisani 6. All. Carlo Parisi. Secondo all. Marco Musso. Battute errate: 10, vincenti: 3. Muri: 3.
Ornavasso: Aricò 1, Arimattei 10, Fileppo, Gibertini (L), Norgini (L), Paggi 10, Segalina 1, Senkova 3, Spelman 4, Wilson 7. All. Ettore Guidetti. Secondo all. Alessio Simone. Battute errate: 13, vincenti: 2. Muri: 9.
Spettatori: 500 circa

Novara - Bergamo 3-2 (25-14, 19-25, 25-22, 23-25, 15-10)
Novara: Partenio 4, Klineman 23, Rinaldi, Mio Bertolo 4, Kim 1, Bosio, Guiggi 12, Sansonna (L), Alberti, Barun 22, Zanette 7. All. Pedullà.
Bergamo: Mori ne, Deesing 6, Loda 20, Pulcini 6, Merlo (L), Melandri 6, Radecka 8, Tagliaferri, Mambelli, Sylla 22, Tasca ne. All. Lavarini.


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Novara: Bonifacio 2 mesi out

NOVARA - La società Igor Volley Novara comunica che l’atleta Sara Bonifacio, nel corso di un allenamento svolto con la nazionale, ha riportato un trauma distrattivo alla spalla destra durante un tentativo d’attacco. Al momento del rientro nel club, è stata effettuata un’attenta valutazione della situazione e sono stati svolti conseguenti esami specialistici, i quali hanno evidenziato una lesione del cercine glenoideo. Dopo una valutazione congiunta dello staff medico societario con atleta e dirigenza, si è optato per un trattamento di tipo conservativo che comporterà, per l’atleta, uno stop dall’attività sul campo di gioco di due mesi. Per il pieno ritorno all’attività non è stata, al momento, esclusa la necessità di ricorrere a un intervento chirurgico.


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Sept. 29, 2014

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Zachary Levi, Luke Goss, Mackenzie Crook, Andrew Dice Clay, Roger Bart, Matt Goss,
Kevin Durant, Reggie Bannister, Lisa Gormley, Lo Bosworth and Jill Whelan




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Saturday, September 27, 2014

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Sept. 28, 2014

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and Hilary Duff


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French Muslims by Sara Miller Llana

Shortly after IS called on followers to kill Westerners, including the 'dirty French,' tourist Hervé Gourdel was beheaded in Algeria. France saw its first mass rally of Muslims today against the barbarism of the Islamic State.




After what’s been viewed by some as a tepid response to the menacing rise of Islamic State, French Muslims have begun to mobilize against a group that has recruited some 3,000 Europeans to its ranks.


Prompted by the beheading this week of a French tourist in Algeria, French Muslims are adding their voices to global protests such as Britain’s #NotInMyName, which denounces IS violence.

In response to the IS message released last weekend urging followers to kill Westerners, including the “dirty French” – a message that appears to have been directly linked to the beheading of Hervé Gourdel – a group of prominent Muslims pushed back in a provocative letter published in the French daily Le Figaro yesterday entitled: “We are also dirty French.”

And today, hundreds streamed to the Grand Mosque of Paris for the first mass rally among French Muslims, mourning Mr. Gourdel and decrying the barbarism of terrorism playing out in the name of Islam.

"He was the victim of a cowardly murder," Dalil Boubakeur, rector of the Grand Mosque of Paris, told those gathered after noon prayers. "The Koran tells us that to kill one man is to kill all humanity.” A giant sign with Gourdel’s face was raised above the crowd. On the back, the words #NotInMyName were written, and underneath the expression in French, #PasEnMonNom.

The mobilization comes as the European Union's antiterrorism chief, Gilles de Kerchove, told the BBC that the number of Europeans who have gone to fight in Syria and Iraq has increased 30 percent since the start of the summer. France has supplied the largest contingent – 900 by some French government estimates. It also has Europe’s biggest Muslim population, estimated at 5 million.

While Muslim groups have penned outraged communiqués about the terror that IS unleashed upon Christian and Muslim communities in Syria and Iraq, some French have wondered why their voice hasn’t been louder.

In an editorial this week, Le Figaro lamented that France shelters many fanatics who are protected by the silence of the communities in which they live. “When will we see thousands of Muslims protesting the streets to say that Islamism is against Islam?” it asked.

In Britain, young Muslims have caused a global sensation – one that even President Obama commended this week – with their #NotInMyName campaign, which was launched after the beheading of two American journalists and later a British aid worker, executed by a man with a British accent dubbed Jihadi John. The FBI has said it has identified the killer, but has kept his identity secret.

The video, made by the Active Change Foundation, shows young Muslims condemning IS as inhumane and unjust liars, and holding signs reading #NotInMyName.

Last weekend, Muslim groups in Germany organized a day of prayer against the IS. Similar marches have been held in Norway and Denmark.

At today's rally, Zohra Bouchiba, a French Muslim, was handing out fliers for a prevention group for youngsters tempted by jihadism. “We should have been out here a long time ago,” she says.

But some have expressed concern about singling out Muslims in a country where French nationality officially transcends religion or ethnic diversity. Le Figaro created a firestorm yesterday with an online poll that asked readers if Muslims have protested enough against the threat of terrorism. At one point, more than 90 percent of readers said “No,” according to a snapshot taken on Twitter. Across social media, the paper was condemned for seeming to turn Muslims into accomplices if they stand silent. Le Figaro has since taken the poll down and apologized.

DISTINGUISHING BETWEEN A RELIGION AND 'MADMEN'

Moussa Bourekba, in Nouvel Observateur news magazine, said he would not apologize in the name of his religion. “I don’t go around asking Catholics to apologize in the name of all Christians every time there is a pedophile scandal,” he wrote. “And I would never ask Protestants to publicly condemn [Norwegian murderer] Anders Breivik. Just like these people, the madmen who killed Hervé Gourdel are not of my community.”

French Muslims are also often divided among national lines, whether Algerian or Moroccan, which can make it hard to form a quick united front. “The organized Muslim community in France is a house of many mansions and turf wars remain a problem,” says Karim Bitar, a senior research fellow at the Institute for International and Strategic Relations in Paris.

But outrage over the Gourdel killing has, for now, transcended divisions and religion from Nice to Nantes, where groups have organized marches and ceremonies, many of them in front of local mayor’s offices. French flags are flying half-staff today and tomorrow.

Jacques Santos, a Parisian, attended the march today despite not being Muslim. It is up to every French person – Muslim, Jewish, Catholic, or atheist, he says, “to fight against terrorism."



Mr. Hervé Gourdel, Mr. Steven Sotloff and Mr. James Foley --We Salute You Guys, RIP



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Faith Hill - "Wild One" (Not suitable for kids)

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Faith Hill - "Wild One" (Not suitable for kids)



They said, Change your clothes
She said, No I won't
They said, Comb your hair
She said, Some kids don't
And her parents' dreams went up in smoke

They said, You can't leave
She said, Yes I will
They said, Don't see him
She said, His name is Bill
She's on a roll and it's all uphill

She's a wild one with an angel's face
She's a woman child in a state of grace
When she was three years old on her daddy's knee
He said, You can be anything you want to be
She's a wild one running free

She loves rock and roll
They said, It's Satan's tongue
She thinks they're too old
They think she is too young
And the battle lines are clearly drawn

She's a wild one with an angel's face
She's a woman child in a state of grace
When she was three years old on her daddy's knee
He said, You can be anything you want to be
She's a wild one running free

She has future plans and dreams at night
When they tell her life is hard, she says, That's all right Yeah

She's a wild one with an angel's face
She's a woman child in a state of grace
When she was three years old on her daddy's knee
He said, You can be anything you want to be
She's a wild one running free

She's a wild one with an angel's face
She's a woman child in a state of grace
When she was three years old on her daddy's knee
He said, You can be anything you want to be
She's a wild one running free


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Friday, September 26, 2014

Alessandra Sublet




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Alessandra Sublet




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Alessandra Sublet

Actualité riche pour Alessandra Sublet en cette rentrée. L'ancienne animatrice de "C à vous" était ainsi à l'affiche dimanche dernier d'un nouveau numéro de son émission évènementielle, "Fais-moi une place", sur France 5. Produit par "3ème oeil", ce numéro se déroulant chez Guy Bedos en Corse a cette fois réuni 751.000 téléspectateurs, soit 2,9% des téléspectateurs.

"Je m'attends à des tirs de bazzoka !"

Alessandra Sublet sera aussi prochainement sur Europe 1 dans une nouvelle émission hebdomadaire baptisée "Petit dimanche entre amis", de 11h à 12h30. Dans ce nouveau programme dont la première aura lieu ce dimanche 28 septembre, elle passera en revue l'actualité divertissante aux côtés de la journaliste Eva Roque et de ses deux anciens complices de "C à vous", Matthieu Noël et Emmanuel Maubert. Interrogée aujourd'hui par "TV Mag", l'animatrice qui a déjà officié par le passé en radio, notamment sur Nostalgie, Radio Nova ou France Inter, a confié qu'elle réalisait là "un rêve de gosse".

Mais Alessandra Sublet ne s'arrête pas en si bon chemin. Elle proposera aussi prochainement un nouveau rendez-vous hebdomadaire aux téléspectateurs de France 2 baptisé "Un soir à la Tour Eiffel". Il s'agit cette fois d'un talk-show diffusé le mercredi en deuxième partie de soirée. Un programme pour lequel Alessandra Sublet s'attend visiblement à essuyer des critiques. "Seule fille à avoir son émission en seconde partie de soirée, je m'attends à des tirs de bazooka !" a-t-elle confié, se disant "préparée".

La jeune femme de 37 ans compte en tout cas sur le temps pour imposer cette nouvelle émission tournée au 1er étage de la Tour Eiffel et s'intéressant à l'actualité de plusieurs invités du monde du spectacle, du cinéma et de la culture. "On a une clause d'audience mais la direction de France 2 sait pertinemment qu'aucun talk-show ne s'installe en deux mois" a-t-elle précisé.

"J'avais trop de culpabilité"

Quant à son ancienne émission, "C à vous" sur France 5, reprise en septembre 2013 par Anne-Sophie Lapix, Alessandra Sublet ne semble pas la regretter. Interrogée sur un éventuel pincement au coeur qu'elle pourrait ressentir lorsqu'elle voyait sa successeur officier dans "C à vous", l'animatrice a répondu sans détour : "Droit dans les yeux, je vous réponds non !".

Et Alessandra Sublet de révéler que sa dernière année aux commandes du programme d'access de France 5 n'avait pas été un moment très heureux de sa vie. "La dernière année, alors que ma fille venait de naître, je pourrais presque dire que je l'ai faite dans la douleur..." a-t-elle déclaré. Avant d'expliquer : "Partagée entre mon rôle de mère et celui d'animatrice, j'avais trop de culpabilité".




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Mr. Miklós Jancsó (1921–2014)

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So gefährlich ist warmes Wasser aus Plastikflaschen Von Yahoo Lifestyle | Fit & Gesund


In Wasser aus Plastikflaschen haben Wissenschaftler Schadstoffe nachgewiesen (Foto: thinkstock)


Viel trinken ist gesund – doch bei der Auswahl der Getränke gilt es, vorsichtig zu sein. Wasser aus Plastikflaschen kann gefährliche Chemikalien enthalten. Die Stoffe stehen in Verdacht, Krebs hervorzurufen.

Vor ein paar Jahren kursierten Gerüchte, die Sängerin Sheryl Crow habe Brustkrebs bekommen, weil sie aus einer Plastikflasche trank, die in einem heißen Auto gelegen hatte. Seitdem herrscht großes Misstrauen gegenüber Wasser aus Plastikflaschen. Nicht ganz zu Unrecht, wie eine neue US-amerikanische Studie zeigt.

Die Ergebnisse der Untersuchung wurden in der aktuellen Ausgabe des Magazins „Environmental Pollution“ veröffentlicht. Wissenschaftler aus China und Florida untersuchten 16 Wassermarken, die auf dem chinesischen Markt erhältlich sind. Sie lagerten die Flaschen bei Kühlschranktemperatur, Raumtemperatur und bei 70 Grad Celsius, einer Temperatur, die bei Sonneneinstrahlung durchaus in einem Auto entstehen kann.

Die Forscher prüften die Werte von Antimon und Bisphenol A (BPA) nach einer, zwei und vier Wochen. Das Schwermetall Antimon wird mit zahlreichen Lungen-, Herz- und Magenkrankheiten in Verbindung gebracht und soll sogar Krebs auslösen. BPA hat im Körper eine ähnliche Wirkung wie das Hormon Östrogen.

Je mehr Zeit verging und je höher die Temperatur war, der die Flaschen ausgesetzt waren, desto mehr Antimon war im Wasser nachzuweisen. BPA fanden die Wissenschaftler nur bei drei Marken. Plastikflaschen dürfen eigentlich überhaupt kein BPA enthalten, doch beim Recyclingprozess kann der Stoff in die Verpackung gelangen. Der Anteil von Antimon sei in allen Fällen unterhalb der zulässigen Grenzwerte geblieben. Allerdings kann es trotzdem gefährlich sein, vor allem für Kinder. Die Verfasser der Studie schrieben dazu: „Die Gefahr durch Antimon in Plastikflaschen könnte unterschätzt sein.“ Über die Auswirkungen des Schwermetalls auf Gesundheit und Umwelt ist gegenwärtig noch wenig bekannt.




source:de.lifestyle.yahoo.com


Mr. Jimi Hendrix and Mr. Johnny Winter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPiP_V0c1cQ


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Linguini with Conservas de Cambados Cockles in Brine

These expensive cockles are almost too good to cook with, but if you want to make a special meal that has a lot of flavor this is the way to go. Cook a pound of dry linguini in salty water until almost al dente. Open the tin of cockles and drain them, reserving the brine. In a saucepan heat olive oil and cook some chopped garlic for a few seconds, add chili flake and cook for a few more seconds. Add 1/2 cup white wine, the brine from the tin, and a handful of chopped tomatoes (either fresh or canned). Cook for a few minutes. Drain the pasta reserving a cup of the liquid. Add pasta to sauce pan, add the cockles, a handful of chopped parsley and toss over heat for 1 minute. Add reserved pasta water if needed. Salt to taste. Remove from heat and squeeze juice from half a lemon into pasta, drizzle good olive oil over it, toss and serve.



source:living.msn.com

Mouettes d'Arvor Sardines in Olive Oil with Chili Salad





These French sardines are hand packed in olive oil with a whole dried chili pepper, creating a nice flavor without a lot of heat. For a simple lunch, grab some fresh greens like arugula, watercress, or even something heartier like romaine. Drain the oil from the tin into a bowl and discard the chili. Add fresh lemon juice to taste, a bit of Dijon mustard, salt and pepper and whisk all of it together into a dressing. Toss the greens with the dressing and top with the sardine filets. These sardines, as well as the tinned mackerel in oil from Ramon Pena also make great substitutes for tuna in a classic French Nicoise salad.



source:via Epicurious/living.msn.com

Seafood Salad with Conservas de Cambados




Squid and Octopus For a fresh seafood salad we take tins of squid and octopus in oil from Conservas de Cambados in Spain. Take the seafood out of its tins, drain but reserve the oil, and cut any large pieces into small rings. Add octopus and squid to a bowl. Zest 1 whole lemon on a microplane and add to bowl along with a chopped anchovy filet or two (we use Recca tinned anchovies for many of our dressings and marinades), a pinch of chili flake, 1/2 a garlic clove microplaned or mashed to a paste in a mortar, a handful of chopped Italian parsley, a 1/4 tsp of sesame oil and mix all together. Add oil from the tins enough to coat. Then slice a stalk of celery and add to bowl, a squeeze of lemon and sea salt to taste. The salad can be held in the fridge for several days as long as the lemon and salt are not added--they will make the squid and octopus tough if left in the marinade for too long. Add the lemon and salt right before serving.




source:via Epicurious/living.msn.com

Jose Gourmet Trout Rillettes

We use tins of trout or mackerel in olive oil from Jose Gourmet of Portugal for this dish. Take the filets out of the tin and discard the oil, or reserve for another project. Add filets to a food processor with about a tablespoon of good room temperature butter (we use Vermont Creamery butter which has 86 percent fat content to it) and another of sour cream. Process until it has a smooth consistency then add a tablespoon of heavy cream, about 1/4 of a lemon zested on a microplane and a dash of Tabasco. It can be packed in a jar and kept in the fridge for several days but is ready to eat right away.



source:living.msn.com

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Team Azerbaijan





source:fivb.org

Azerbaijan outlast Puerto Rico

Bari, Italy, September 25, 2014 – After a very balanced match, Azerbaijan beat Puerto Rico 3-2 on the third day of the FIVB Women's Volleyball World Championship at PalaFlorio in Bari. The match was decided by the thrilling tiebreak (25-20, 24-26, 26-24, 15-26, 17-15).
Key points:

· Azerbaijan won their only previous World Championship meeting with Puerto Rico (3-0 in 2006).

· Puerto Rico are winless in all previous 13 meetings with CEV sides at the World Championship, taking only one set.

· Azerbaijan won on tiebreak against Japan in the first match on Tuesday.

· Aurea Cruz of Puerto Rico played in Italy for Joggins Altamura, an Apulian team on 2006-07.

· There were two opponent sisters' couples in the match: Oksana and Yelena Parkomenko for Azerbaijan, Sheila and Karina Ocasio for Puerto Rico.



Azerbaijan started aggressively so they led 7-3 due to efficient spikes from Bayramova who scored 4 points in the first set for her team as they led 8-4 at the first TTO. Puerto Rico quickly came back with a spike from Morales 7-8. Again Caucasian team increased the gap to 17-12 thanks to two blocks of Abdulazimova (12-7). After second TTO (10-16), The Carabeens tried to recover (13-16), but Gurbanova's services made a constant danger for Puerto Rico (13-21). Gurbanova scored the last point at 25-20.

Chervyakov's team had an early advantage after a service's error by opponents on the first technical timeout (8-7). Puerto Rico decreased the point deficit till they led second TTO 16-15. The teams were back level at 24-all. Aury Cruz earned a set-point at 25-24 and a block of Karina duly handed it to them 26-24.

Puerto Rico maintained the rhythm at the beginning of the third set till Azerbaijan came back with their proper blocking (7-3) and started to discipline their backline defence to advance in the first TTO 8-4. Carabeen team came back with a block of Cruz (6-8) but Caucasians scored successive points and reach 13-9. When Morales served, Azerbaijan had more difficulties and Puerto Rican team advanced at STT (16-15). Kovalenko earned a set point with an ace 25-24 and Kurt's block ended the set (26-24). Polina scored eight points.

Puerto Rico opened the fourth set in strong fashion (8-5) and increased the led at 11-6. Some attack errors forced coach Chervyakov to call timeout (17-10). The Azerbaijanis had no answers to the solid game of their opponents (22-13). Cruz forced the match into a tie-break (25-16).

Caucasians made a terrific blocks on Puerto Rican spikers (4-1). Azerbaijan increased their lead at the first TTO (8-4). But Puerto Rico did not give up (10-11) and earned a match-point with an error of Rahimova (15-14). But a brave Azerbaijan tied the score and won thanks to an attack out (16-14).

Polina Rahimova was the top scorer of the match (31 points), followed by Karina Ocasio (21) and Yarimar Rosa (20).





source:fivb.org


Team Mexico





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Jason Flemyng

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Tate Donovan

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Charlotte Ayanna

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Emmy Clarke

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Michael Madsen

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Mr. Michael Douglas

Tomorrow is your birthday.

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Bridgette Wilson-Sampras

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Catherine Zeta-Jones

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Will Smith

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Mark Hamill

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Heather Locklear

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Cheryl Tiegs

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Ms. Linda McCartney (1941–1998)

We Salute You, RIP

Mirja Turestedt

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Sept. 24, 2014

Finty Williams, Kristina Wayborn, Shirly Brener, Goya Toledo, Kate Fleetwood, Harriet Walter, Katja Kassin, Erin Chambers, Mr. Sven-Ole Thorsen,
Steve Whitmire, Brit Morgan, David Anspaugh, Megan Ward, Brad Bird, Lara Jean Chorostecki, Spencer Treat Clark, Jessica Lucas, Eloise Mumford, Kevin Sorbo,
Ian Bohen and Tanit Phoenix


Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Ms. Julia Faye (1893–1966)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Anthony Newley (1931–1999)

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Ms. Theresa Merritt (1924–1998)

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Mr. Johnny Winter We Salute You

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1QUP7rBxGA

RIP


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Team Brazil





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Team USA




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Ms. Sylvia Kristel (Not suitable for kids)





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Ms. Sylvia Kristel





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Ms. Sylvia Kristel





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Gordon Clapp

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Nia Vardalos

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Pedro Almodóvar

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Duchess of Cambridge




The Duchess of Cambridge accompanied her husband on a tour of Australia and New Zealand, making sure to bring a DVF dress with her.



source:eonline.com/Arthur Edwards- WPA Pool/Getty Images

Amy Adams (Definitely Not suitable for kids)





Amy Adams donned a DVF outfit for the award-winning movie American Hustle.



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Emma Roberts






American Horror Story actress Emma Roberts is a huge fan of Diane von Furstenberg and recently made her wish of having a wrap dress come true.




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Cybill Shepherd and Robert De Niro






Cybill Shepherd wears one of the iconic wrap dresses in the 1975 movie Taxi Driver.



source:eonline.com/Columbia Pictures

Gwyneth Paltrow (Definitely Not suitable for kids)





Gwyneth Paltrow looks stunning in a sleek black DVF pantsuit.



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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Ms. Romy Schneider (1938–1982)

We Salute You, RIP

Kate French

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Anneliese van der Pol

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Katarina Cas

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Jason Alexander

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Bruce Springsteen

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Mary Kay Place

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Nick Cave

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Bonnie Hunt

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Mireille Enos

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Elisabetta Canalis and Brian Perri




by Rachel McRady




Elisabetta Canalis and Brian Perri got married in Sardinia, Italy(Sunday, Sept. 14).


Congrats! God bless!



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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Catherine Oxenberg

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Ms. Anna Karina

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Fernanda Tavares

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Olivia Bonamy

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Ms. Kathie Browne (1930–2003)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Elvia Allman (1904–1992)

We Salute You, RIP

Noémie Lenoir

Last Friday(Sept. 19), is your birthday.

Belated Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Ms. Frances Farmer (1913–1970)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Mariangela Melato (1941–2013)

We Salute You, RIP

Sept. 19, 2014

Kim Richards, Alison Sweeney, Mr. Paul Williams, David Bamber, Lisa Henni, Joan Lunden, Paul McGuigan, Victoria Silvstedt, Faye Reagan, Trisha Yearwood, Kristoffer Joner, Carolyn McCormick, Amber Lancaster, Twiggy, Tanja Reichert, Lars Simonsen, Fabrizio Brienza, Jarvis Cocker, Ayse Tezel and Mr. Jean-Claude Carrière


Belated Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Maggie Grace

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Katie Cleary




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François Cluzet

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Faith Hill

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Serena Scott Thomas

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Ms. Susan Fleetwood (1944–1995)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Henry Gibson (1935–2009)

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Ms. Sigrid Valdis (1935–2007)

We Salute You, RIP

Carolina Bang

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Sept. 21, 2014

Bill Murray, Mr. Jerry Bruckheimer, Ethan Coen, Stephen King, David Wenham, Ms. Fannie Flagg, Marta Kauffman, Katie Cleary,
Mr. Caleb Deschanel, Ricki Lake, Phoenix Marie, Mr. Leonard Cohen, Parvati Shallow, Katerina Moutsatsou, Frédéric Beigbeder, Audrey Dana, Alfonso Ribeiro and Nicole Richie



Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Mr. Gustav Holst (1874–1934)

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JENNY, Barcellini, Manzano, Furlan, Nicoletti, Vasilantonaki, Katic and Boscoscuro





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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Nuno Bettencourt

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Ms. Pia Lindström

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Sabine Azéma

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Ms. Haya Harareet

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Moon Bloodgood

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Mr. Adam West

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Katrina Bowden

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Jimmy Fallon

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Jeremy Irons

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Danielle Panabaker

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Debbi Morgan

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Tony Denison

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Aimee Graham

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Asia Argento

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Maggie Cheung

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Daniella Evangelista

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Camilla Rutherford

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Mr. Ted Neeley

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Leah Pinsent

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Robert LaSardo

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Ms. Sophia Loren

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Téa Leoni




source:eonline.com/Parade

Too bad by Zach Johnson

Téa Leoni has nothing but love for her ex-husband David Duchovny.

The actors initially separated in 2008, the same year Duchovny entered rehab for sex addiction. The New York City-based duo reconciled, but they separated for a second time in June 2011. Leoni and Duchovny filed for divorce in June 2014, citing "an irretrievable breakdown" as the cause for their split.

Speaking for the first time about her divorce in the Sept. 21 issue of Parade, Leoni says, "Listen, David gave me the two greatest gifts on the planet; I don't know how I could ever hate him. We've always loved each other, and we adore these kids," the star says of Kyd Miller, 12, and Madelaine West, 15.

She doesn't divulge details, as the exes want to protect their two children's feelings. "I'm not playing stupid—I understand feelings can get hurt and things can get icky. We've had our moments like that. But these kids are too important, and he feels the same way. I know it," the actress says. "He's a good guy."

Post-breakup, Leoni says her kids tried to play their parents. "There was that brief moment when the kids said, 'Oh, I can work a scam on you here and him over there,' and we were like, 'News flash—no!'"

With CBS' Madam Secretary filming in the Big Apple, Leoni, 48, is able to keep her family close. "L.A. is good for like four days, and then you've gotta get out. I wanted my kids close to my parents and David's mother. I wanted them to get to know their grandparents," she tells Parade. "I was very close to mine."

Why return to TV after a successful run on The Naked Truth? "I put [the script] down thinking, I'll regret it if I don't do this. She's a different kind of woman than we've ever seen on television or in politics," she says. To prepare for the role, she had breakfast with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. "Facing sexism as the first woman in that job, she told me things I'll take to the grave," Leoni tells the publication. "She did say that although there was a concern about sending a woman to negotiate in areas where women are not revered or educated, 'All the trouble I had was here, never over there.'"



All the best Guys. God bless.


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Lauren Conrad and William Tell





source:eonline.com/US Weekly

Lauren Conrad and William Tell by Zach Johnson

The hills are alive with the sounds of wedding bells!

As E! News previously reported, Lauren Conrad married William Tell along the California coastline on Sept. 13. The fashion designer, 28, and the lawyer, 34, shared photos from their nuptials with Us Weekly. Speaking about her wedding for the first time, the former star of Laguna Beach and The Hills gushed, "I don't know that I have ever been as happy as I was walking down that aisle. It was amazing!"

The bride looked picture perfect, modeling loose waves and a delicate hair pin. She wore a custom Badgley Mischka gown that featured a 10-foot train.

Bridesmaid Cassandra Bettes helped the lifestyle blogger plan every detail of the big day. Conrad's nine bridesmaids, including high school classmate and onscreen BFF Lo Bosworth, wore a selection of dresses from her Paper Crown line. Former Something Corporate rocker Tell's groomsmen wore black tuxedos.

Former MTV co-stars Stephen Coletti and Frankie Delgado were also in attendance. "What a perfect way to start our lives together; surrounded by the people we love most," Conrad and Tell said Saturday.

Conrad's ex-BFF Heidi Montag wasn't invited, though she wished the newlyweds well. "Congratulation @LaurenConrad on finding true love and your soul mate! Sending you love and blessings!" she tweeted.

Montag, who wed Spencer Pratt in 2009, added, "The best is yet to come! Love you."



Congrats! God bless!


source:eonline.com





Wednesday, September 17, 2014

James Marsden

Tomorrow is your birthday.

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Jada Pinkett Smith

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Alison Lohman

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Anna Levine

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Urbano Barberini

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Ana Sofrenovic

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Rochelle Bostrom

Tomorrow is your birthday.

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Mr. Jimmie Rodgers

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Mr. Rodgers.

God bless.

Pilar López de Ayala

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Ms. Greta Garbo (1905–1990)

We Salute You, RIP

Baz Luhrmann

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. David Huddleston, Allie MacDonald, Malik Yoba, Kyle Chandler, Marci Michelle, Anne Louise Hassing, Crystal Leaity, Carolyn Monroe, Dustin Nguyen, Nate Berkus, Cassandra Peterson and Bryan Singer

Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Tracy Dali

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Frédéric Pierrot

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Jolene Van Vugt

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Neill Blomkamp

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling




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Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling by Bruna Nessif

It's official! Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling are the proud parents of (what we can rightfully assume) a beautiful, newborn baby girl.
E! News has confirmed the actress gave birth to the couple's first child in Los Angeles. No other details are available at this time.
A source confirmed the surprising news of Mendes' pregnancy after it was first revealed in July through media reports which claimed she was seven months pregnant with the hunky Hollywood beau's child.
The super-private Place Beyond the Pines star was been able to keep her baby bump under wraps by not being photographed for more than three months at the time, and sticking to loose-fitting and patterned clothing.

The notoriously private couple had neither confirmed nor denied the news throughout the pregnancy.
Mendes, who has always showcased a slim figure in public, had also spurred baby rumors in early February when she refused to pass through a full-body scanner at LAX airport in Los Angeles. At the time, her rep denied the actress was expecting a baby.
She and Gosling began dating back in September 2011.
Congratulations to the new parents!
Us Weekly first reported news of the birth.




Congrats! God bless!


source:eonline.com

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Ella Purnell

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Adriana Karembeu

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Oliver Stone

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Ms. Wendie Jo Sperber (1958–2005)

We Salute You, RIP

Heidi Montag

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Michelle Ruben

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Ingrid Bisu

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Jacques Becker (1906–1960)

We Salute You, RIP

Katelyn Pacitto

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Robert Williams (1894–1931)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Henry Silva

Happy Birthday Mr. Silva. God bless.

Chloe Dykstra

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Prince Harry

Happy Birthday Your Highness. God bless.

David Copperfield

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Morgan Woodward

Happy Birthday Mr. Woodward. God bless.

Mr. Guy Hamilton

Happy Birthday Mr. Hamilton. God bless.

Celeste Cotton

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Merve Bolugur

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Liz Bonnin

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Katie Melua

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Gaia Bermani Amaral

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Ms. Bella Emberg

Happy Birthday Ms. Emberg. God bless.

Madeline Zima

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. B.B. King

Happy Birthday Mr. B.B. King. God bless.

Mr. Peter Falk (1927–2011)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Bob Dylan, Susan Tedeschi and John C. Holmes plus Others---Highway 61 Revisited (Definitely Not suitable for kids)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41ZyPLwA0S8

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Mr. Bob Dylan---Highway 61 Revisited (Definitely Not suitable for kids)

Oh, God said to Abraham, "Kill me a son"
Abe says, "Man, you must be putting me on"
God say, "No", Abe say, "What?"
God say, "You can do what you want Abe, but
The next time you see me coming you better run"
Well, Abe says, "Where do you want this killing done?"
God says, "Out on Highway 61"

Well, Georgia Sam, he had a bloody nose
Welfare Department they wouldn't give him no clothes
He asked poor Howard, Where can I go?
Howard said, "There's only one place I know"
Sam said, "Tell me quick, man, I got to run"
And he said, "Yes, I think it can be easily done
Just take everything down to Highway 61"

Well, Mack the Finger said to Louie the King
"I got forty red white and blue shoe strings
And a thousand telephones that don't ring
Do you know where I can get rid of these things?"
And Louie the King said, "Let me think for a minute son"
And he said, "Yes, I think it can be easily done
Just take everything down to Highway 61"

Now the roving gambler he was very bored
He was trying to create a next world war
He found a promoter who nearly fell off the floor
He said, "I never engaged in this kind of thing before
But, yes, I think it can be very easily done
We'll just put some bleachers out in the sun
And have it on Highway 61"



source:metrolyrics.com






Caterina Murino

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Tommy Lee Jones

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Tom Hardy

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Thekla Reuten




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Alexis Bledel

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Amy Poehler

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Ed Begley Jr.

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Mickey Rourke

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Sunday, September 14, 2014

Ms. Carol Christensen (1937–2005)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Joey Heatherton

Happy Birthday Ms. Heatherton. God bless.

Michelle Jenner

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Michelle Stafford

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Martina Gedeck

Happy Birthday. God bless.

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Sophie Marceau





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Sophie Marceau



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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Andrew Lincoln

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Tyler Perry

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Dilshad Vadsaria

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Kimberly Williams-Paisley




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God bless.



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Melissa Leo

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Sam Neill

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Paulina Gálvez

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.

Ben Savage

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Frank Marshall

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Taylor Gildersleeve

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Michelle Duggar






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Louise Lombard

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Lili Reinhart

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Gisele Bündchen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-V7cOestUs


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Pia Zadora by Natalie Finn

Get well soon, Pia Zadora!
The 60-year-old entertainer has been hospitalized in intensive care after falling from a golf cart and suffering a head injury on Thursday night near their home in the Las Vegas community of Summerlin, her rep confirmed Friday to E! News.
"Pia is resting comfortably and has been moved out of trauma care, but still remains in ICU," the rep said. "When she improves, she will have ankle surgery in Los Angeles in the next week or so."
Her husband, Mike Jeffries, had told the Las Vegas Sun that Zadora had suffered bleeding on her brain and a compound fracture of her right ankle. She was in and out of consciousness but showing signs of improvement, he said.

Zadora was forced to cancel her upcoming singing engagements for this weekend and next at Piero's, an Italian restaurant not far from the Vegas Strip.
The Vegas resident got her start as a child actress in the Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof in the 1960s and won the Golden Globe in 1982 for New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture for the crime drama Butterfly, which was one of Orson Welles' final films.
Her big-screen appearances include memorable cameos in Troop Beverly Hills and Naked Gun 33 1/3.




Please pray for her speedy recovery. God bless.



source:eonline.com

Gemma Bovery



Réalisé par Anne Fontaine
Avec Gemma Arterton, Fabrice Luchini, Jason Flemyng


Synopsis et détails
Martin est un ex-bobo parisien reconverti plus ou moins volontairement en boulanger d'un village normand. De ses ambitions de jeunesse, il lui reste une forte capacité d'imagination, et une passion toujours vive pour la grande littérature, celle de Gustave Flaubert en particulier. On devine son émoi lorsqu'un couple d'Anglais, aux noms étrangement familiers, vient s'installer dans une fermette du voisinage. Non seulement les nouveaux venus s'appellent Gemma et Charles Bovery, mais encore leurs comportements semblent être inspirés par les héros de Flaubert. Pour le créateur qui sommeille en Martin, l'occasion est trop belle de pétrir - outre sa farine quotidienne - le destin de personnages en chair et en os. Mais la jolie Gemma Bovery, elle, n'a pas lu ses classiques, et entend bien vivre sa propre vie...




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Andrew Garfield by Zach Johnson (Not suitable for kids)

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was far from amazing.
The sequel failed to match the hype or success of its predecessor from 2011, debuting in May 2014 to lackluster reviews and disappointing U.S. box office results. Andrew Garfield, who reprised his role as the titular superhero, weighed in what went amiss—and what worked—in the the Sony Pictures movie.
"I read a lot of the reactions from people and I had to stop because I could feel I was getting away from how I actually felt about it," the actor, 31, told The Daily Beast. "For me, I read the script that [Alex Kurtzman] and [Bob Orci] wrote, and I genuinely loved it. There was this thread running through it."
"I think what happened was, through the pre-production, production, and post-production, when you have something that works as a whole, and then you start removing portions of it—because there was even more of it than was in the final cut, and everything was related. Once you start removing things and saying, 'No, that doesn't work,' then the thread is broken, and it's hard to go with the flow of the story. Certain people at the studio had problems with certain parts of it, and ultimately the studio is the final say in those movies because they're the tentpoles, so you have to answer to those people," he said.

Regardless, Garfield stands by the team who made the movie come to life.
"Talking about the experience as opposed to how it was perceived, I got to work in deep scenes that you don't usually see in comic book movies, and I got to explore this orphan boy—a lot of which was taken out, and which we'd explored more. It's interesting to do a postmortem," Emma Stone's co-star and boyfriend said. "I'm proud of a lot of it and had a good time, and was a bit taken aback by the response."
How so?
"It's a discernment thing," said Garfield, who next appears in the movie 99 Homes. "What are the people actually saying? What's underneath the complaint, and how can we learn from that? We can't go, 'Oh God, we _____up because all these people are saying all these things. It's ___.' We have to ask ourselves, 'What do we believe to be true?' Is it that this is the fifth Spider-Man movie in however many years, and there's a bit of fatigue? Is it that there was too much in there? Is it that it didn't link? If it linked seamlessly, would that be too much? Were there tonal issues? What is it? I think all that is valuable."

"Constructive criticism is different from people just being ____, and I love constructive criticism," he added. "Hopefully, we can get underneath what the criticism was about, and if we missed anything."
Sony is now developing The Sinister Six, the studio's answer to Disney's Avengers, Fox's X-Men and Warner Bros.' Justice League. The next Spider-Man installment was pushed back, from 2016 to 2018.




source:eonline.com


Jean Smart

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Louis Mandylor

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Ms. Claudette Colbert (1903–1996)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Richard Kiel (1939–2014)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Barbara Bain

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Ms. Bain.

God bless.

Fiona Apple

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

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Mr. Peter Cetera

Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Mr. Cetera.

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Germania-Belgio 3-0

MUNSTER (g.t.) - La Germania di Guidetti, principale rivale dell'Italia nella prima fase del mondiale, si è nettamente aggiudicata la prima di 3 amichevoli contro il Belgio. Le ospiti non sono riuscite a vincere neppure il 2° set che pure avevano condotto sino al 17-20.

Risultato 11 settembre
Germania - Belgio 3-0 (25-19, 25-21, 25-11) Extra Set: 17-21
Top Scorer: Kozuch 13, Karg 12; Van Hecke 11.

Formazioni iniziali
Germania: Mareen Apitz, Margareta Kozuch, Christiane Fürst, Stefanie Karg, Maren Brinker, Jennifer Geerties, Lenka Dürr
Belgio: Frauke Dirickx, Lisa Van Hecke, Laura Heyrman, Freya Aelbrecht, Charlotte Leys, Helene Rousseaux, Valerie Courtois



source:volleyball.it

Italia - Polonia 1-3 (25-19, 18-25 20-25 24-26) di Luca Muzzioli

LODZ - Il Mondiale del vorrei ma non posso. L'Italia fa fuochi d'artificio per un set ma quando la Polonia scioglie la tensione e fa aggiustamenti alla squadra con cambio in regia, al centro e in banda, ecco che l'azzurro sbiadisce sino all'1-3 finale.

L'Italia ora lascia la platea di Lodz per Bydegoszcz dove sabato e domenica affronterà Argentina e Australia in gare inutili nella corsa mondiale. Quasi una punizione. All'Atlas Arena restano le squadre che lottano ancora per i primi tre posti.

La squadra azzurra ancora una volta ha palesato tutte le difficoltà mostrate in questa rassegna iridata. Attacco, battuta che non incidono, incapacità di risolvere i momenti no. Si salvano in pochi, lampi da Vettori, buone cose dai centrali Birarelli e Buti, nulla più.

In campo. Berruto parte con Lanza titolare in diagonale con Kovar. Parodi in panchina per tutta la gara. Già eliminati dal mondiale gli azzurri giocano con scioltezza e con Lanza trovano il primo allungo: (9-5), Vettori al servizio trova punti al servizio e in attacco: 16-11. Polonia in difficoltà, set azzurro.


Dal secondo parziale però la musica cambia. Antigà cambia le carte in tavola: Zagumny in regia lascia spazio a Drzyzga, Kubiak prende il posto di Mika in posto 4, Mozdonek, in corsa, subentra a Nowakowski. L'Italia invece non cambia passo, ritrova quello delle precedenti partite. Aumentano gli errori. Vettori, ancora al servizio, tiene l'Italia agganciata alla Polonia, ma è un attimo. Italia vicina, ma sempre un passo indietro.

Nel terzo set un muro di un Kovar impalpabile porta l'Italia sul 18-18. Un errore di Travica invece vale il 18-20. La Polonia scappa via: Kovar chiude il set con 0 su 7, 3 muri subiti, Vettori è al 33%, il 29% di squadra.

Quarto set con l'Italia appaiata sino al secondo time out tecnico, un errore di Kovar vale il 17-18. La Polonia con Wlazly arriva al 22-24, vanifica due match ball, ma sul 24-24 Winiarski e compagni mettono agevolmente a segno il cambio palla poi un muro su Vettori vale il 24-26.




source:volleyball.it


Amy Yasbeck, Joe Pantoliano, Jennifer Nettles, Ms. Linda Gray, Dominique Razon, Ramón Franco, Josephine Bornebusch, Peter Scolari, Ben McKenzie, Khaled Nabawy and Jessica Seinfeld

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Mr. Frank Stallone (1919–2011)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Ian Holm

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Louis C.K.

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Jennifer Hudson

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Hans Zimmer

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

AVC Cup F: Definite le semifinali

SHENZEN (g.t.) - Dopo la fase a gironi si sono giocati oggi i quarti di finale dell'Asian Cup femminile.

Quarti di finale (10 settembre)
Korea - Taipei 3-0 (25-16, 25-18, 27-25)
Vietnam - Giappone 1-3 (21-25, 25-20, 14-25, 13-25)
Iran - Kazakhstan 1-3 (25-20, 16-25, 18-25, 15-25)
Cina - Thailanda 3-0 (25-18, 25-19, 25-22)

Semifinali (11 settembre)
5.-8. posto
Taipei - Iran
Thailandia - Vietnam

1.-4. posto
Cina - Giappone
Korea - Kazakhstan


source:volleyball.it

Mr. Brian De Palma

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Moby

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Alessandra Rosaldo



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Agnes Olech

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Ariana Richards

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Elizabeth Daily

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Taraji P. Henson

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Virginia Madsen

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The 71st Venice Film Festival

The Venezia 71 Jury, chaired by Alexandre Desplat and comprised of Joan Chen, Philip Gröning, Jessica Hausner, Jhumpa Lahiri, Sandy Powell, Tim Roth, Elia Suleiman and Carlo Verdone having viewed all 20 films in competition, has decided as follows:

GOLDEN LION for Best Film to:
EN DUVA SATT PÅ EN GREN OCH FUNDERADE PÅ TILLVARON
(A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE)
by Roy Andersson (Sweden, Germany, Norway, France)

SILVER LION for Best Director to:
Andrej Koncalovskij
for the film BELYE NOCHI POCHTALONA ALEKSEYA TRYAPITSYNA
(THE POSTMAN’S WHITE NIGHTS)
(Russia)

GRAND JURY PRIZE to:
THE LOOK OF SILENCE by Joshua Oppenheimer
(Denmark, Finland, Indonesia, Norway, United Kingdom)

COPPA VOLPI
for Best Actor:
Adam Driver
in the film HUNGRY HEARTS by Saverio Costanzo (Italy)

COPPA VOLPI
for Best Actress:
Alba Rohrwacher
in the film HUNGRY HEARTS by Saverio Costanzo (Italy)

MARCELLO MASTROIANNI AWARD
for Best Young Actor or Actress to:
Romain Paul
in the film LE DERNIER COUP DE MARTEAU by Alix Delaporte (France)

AWARD FOR BEST SCREENPLAY to:
Rakhshan Banietemad and Farid Mostafavi
for the film GHESSEHA (TALES) by Rakhshan Banietemad (Iran)

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE to:
SIVAS by Kaan Müjdeci (Turkey, Germany)


LION OF THE FUTURE – “LUIGI DE LAURENTIIS” VENICE AWARD FOR A DEBUT FILM
Lion of the Future – “Luigi De Laurentiis” Venice Award for a Debut Film Jury at the 71st Venice Film Festival, chaired by Alice Rohrwacher and comprised of Lisandro Alonso, Ron Mann, Vivian Qu and Razvan Radulescu, has decided to award:

LION OF THE FUTURE – “LUIGI DE LAURENTIIS” VENICE AWARD FOR A DEBUT FILM to:
COURT by Chaitanya Tamhane (India)
ORIZZONTI
as well as a prize of 100,000 USD, donated by Filmauro di Aurelio e Luigi De Laurentiis to be divided equally between director and producer


ORIZZONTI AWARDS
The Orizzonti Jury of the 71st Venice Film Festival, chaired by Ann Hui and composed of Moran Atias, Pernilla August, David Chase, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Roberto Minervini and Alin Tasçiyan after screening the 29 films in competition has decided to award:

the ORIZZONTI AWARD FOR BEST FILM to:
COURT by Chaitanya Tamhane (India)

the ORIZZONTI AWARD FOR BEST DIRECTOR to:
Naji Abu Nowar
for THEEB (Jordan, U.A.E., Qatar, United Kingdom)

the SPECIAL ORIZZONTI JURY PRIZE to:
BELLUSCONE. UNA STORIA SICILIANA
by Franco Maresco (Italy)

the SPECIAL ORIZZONTI AWARD FOR BEST ACTOR OR ACTRESS to:
Emir Hadžihafizbegovic
in the film TAKVA SU PRAVILA (THESE ARE THE RULES)
by Ognjen Svilicic (Croatia, France, Serbia, Macedonia)

the ORIZZONTI AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM to:
MARYAM by Sidi Saleh (Indonesia)

the VENICE SHORT FILM NOMINATION FOR THE EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS 2014 to:
PAT – LEHEM (DAILY BREAD) by Idan Hubel (Israel)


VENEZIA CLASSICI AWARDS
The Venezia Classici Jury, chaired by Giuliano Montaldo composed of 28 students of Cinema History, chosen in particular from the teachers of 13 Italian Dams university programmes and from the Venice University of Ca’ Foscari, has decided to award:

the VENEZIA CLASSICI AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY ON CINEMA to:
ANIMATA RESISTENZA by Francesco Montagner and Alberto Girotto (Italy)

the VENEZIA CLASSICI AWARD FOR BEST RESTORED FILM to:
UNA GIORNATA PARTICOLARE by Ettore Scola (1977, Italy, Canada)


GOLDEN LION FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT 2014 to:
Thelma Schoonmaker
Frederick Wiseman


JAEGER-LECOULTRE GLORY TO THE FILMMAKER AWARD 2014 to:
James Franco

PERSOL TRIBUTE VISIONARY TALENT AWARD 2014 to:
Frances McDormand

L’ORÉAL PARIS PER IL CINEMA AWARD to:
Valentina Corti




Congrats to all of you. God bless.


source:labiennale.org

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Adam Sandler

Yesterday is your birthday.

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Julie Gonzalo

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Henry Thomas

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Constance Marie

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Goran Visnjic

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Hugh Grant

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Rachel Hunter

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Ms. Sylvia Miles

Yesterday is your birthday.

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Michael Bublé

Yesterday is your birthday.

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Michelle Williams

Yesterday is your birthday.

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Martin Freeman

Last Sept. 8, is your birthday.

Belated Happy Birthday.

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David Arquette

Last Sept. 8, is your birthday.

Belated Happy Birthday.

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Jonathan Taylor Thomas

Last Sept. 8, is your birthday.

Belated Happy Birthday.

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Mr. Jean-Louis Barrault (1910–1994)

We Salute You, RIP

Heather Thomas

Last Sept. 8, is your birthday.

Belated Happy Birthday.

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Ms. Jacqueline Bisset

This coming Saturday(Sept. 13), is your birthday.

Happy Birthday Ms. Bisset.

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Emmy Rossum

This coming Friday(Sept. 12), is your birthday.

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Rachel Ward

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Maria Aitken

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Elisabetta Canalis

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Sept. 10, 2014

Colin Firth
Harry Treadaway
Ryan Phillippe
Guy Ritchie
Johnathon Schaech
Elyse Levesque
James Duval
Chris Columbus
Amy Irving
Luke Treadaway
Kate Burton
Mr. Philip Baker Hall
Giannina Facio
Jaqueline Fleming
Harry Groener
Mr. Karl Lagerfeld
Joe Perry
Mr. Marco López
Fred Olen Ray
Bill O'Reilly
Nina Repeta
Lindsay Maxwell
Malea Rose
José Feliciano
Randy Johnson
Pêpê Rapazote



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Mr. Robert Wise (1914–2005)

We Salute You, RIP

The Pretenders-Don't Get Me Wrong

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_Bj8wrXslk

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Mr. James Honeyman-Scott and Peter Granville "Pete" Farndon--We Salute You Guys, RIP

The Pretenders-Don't Get Me Wrong



Don't get me wrong, if I'm looking kind of dazzled
I see neon lights, whenever you walk by
Don't get me wrong, if you say hello and I take a ride
Upon a sea where the mystic moon is playing havoc with the tide
Don't get me wrong

Don't get me wrong, if I'm acting so distracted
I'm thinking about the fireworks that go off when you smile
Don't get me wrong, if I split like light refracted
I'm only off to wander across a moonlit mile

Once in a while, two people meet
Seemingly for no reason, they just pass on the street
Suddenly thunder showers everywhere
But who can explain the thunder and rain, but there's something in the air

Don't get me wrong, if I come and go like fashion
I might be great tomorrow, but hopeless yesterday
Don't get me wrong, if I fall in the mode of passion
It might be unbelievable, but let's not say so long
It might just be fantastic, don't get me wrong


source:metrolyrics.com

Coach Berruto and Team Italy

LODZ - In archivio l'allenamento azzurro della vigilia della sfida con la Serbia.

Il Ct azzurro Mauro Berruto per tutto il tempo a disposizione ha schierato in un campo le diagonali Travica - Vettori, Buti - Birarelli, Kovar - Parodi, Rossini libero con Colaci ad entrare in difesa.

Questa la squadra che mercoledì pomeriggio giocherà la prima di una serie di finali del Mondiale?


source:volleyball.it

Verso il Mondiale F: Serie di amichevoli per i team europei

MODENA (g.t.) - I risultati delle ultime amichevoli in vista dei mondiali femminili.

5 settembre
(non ufficiale) Olanda - Germania 3-1 (26-24, 21-25, 25-21, 25-21)

6 settembre
(Dela Trophy - Gara 1) Olanda - Germania 0:3 (21-25, 16-25, 22-25)

7 settembre
Serbia - Croazia 3-1 (25-23, 21-25, 25-18, 28-26) Extra Set: 25-15
Top Scorer: Mihajlovic 28, Brakocevic 17, Rasic 16; Jerkov 21, Usic 14, Fabris 13

(Dela Trophy - Gara 2) Olanda - Germania 1-3 (20-25, 25-22, 18-25, 22-25)

8 settembre
Serbia - Croazia 3-1 (24-26, 25-23, 27-25, 25-20)
Top Scorer: Mihajlovic 18, Bjelica 15, Rasic 13; Poljak 21, Usic 15, Milos 11.



source:volleyball.it

Ashley Tisdale and Christopher French





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Ashley Tisdale and Christopher French by Natalie Finn



Now here's a reason to burst into spontaneous song.

Ashley Tisdale married musician Christopher French, E! News confirms. "Best day of my life! Introducing Mr and Mrs French Sept 8, 2014," she Instagrammed.

Tisdale's BFF Vanessa Hudgens was among those in attendance.

French popped the question in August 2013 after less than a year of dating, but Tisdale had no reservations about their whirlwind courtship, later saying that she knew her artist beau was "the one" when they met.


"You know, I didn't [think it would happen that quickly]," she told Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM morning show in December. "I think I've obviously been in long relationships in the past, but I think because of knowing what I wanted, I wouldn't have gone into a relationship, if it wasn't what I wanted. And I think from the moment that him and I met, I just knew it."

French gave her a gleaming cushion-cut diamond ring in a double halo setting—yet another instance of his good taste.

As for preparing for her big day, she told E! News, "I have a wedding planner so that's a lot easier. I'm definitely a perfectionist, so I'm definitely involved with certain things that you'd think I'd be relaxed on. I just want it to be perfect."

Tisdale had her bachelorette party in Miami back in May, enjoying the beach during the day and living it up at night with pals including Hudgens, Kim Hidalgo and Shelly Buckner.

She and French stepped out Aug. 27 at the Revolve Beach House in Malibu for the launch of Velvet by Graham & Spencer's new Join the Fight T-shirt collection, benefitting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and commemorating September's Childhood Cancer Awareness month.

"Ashley and her fiancé were so cute together!" an eyewitness gushed to E! News. The bride-to-be :was very hush hush on any questions about her upcoming nuptials, but she sure did rock that engagement ring!"



Congrats! God bless!



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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge




source:eonline.com/Tim Graham/Getty Images, The Middleton Family

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge by Rebecca Macatee

We know from Prince George that Kate Middleton and Prince William make beautiful kids.

And now that the duke and duchess are expecting their second child, we have another royal baby to look forward to—and no doubt, he or she will be absolutely adorable, too! These good-looking genes show themselves early, it seems, because Kate and William were both lookers from the get-go themselves!

Kate and William, both 32, are raising babies now, but back in 1982, they were the pint-sized cuties! William was born into the spotlight, so his early adventures with mum Princess Diana and dad Prince Charles were frequently shown to the world through official portraits and royal engagements.

Kate, however, was born to commoner parents Carole and James Middleton, so like most of us, her upbringing was documented in family albums rather than on a world stage. When she and William said "I do" in 2011, though, the Middleton family released a set of Kate's childhood photos to the public—and as you can see, she was just as precious as young Wills.

So what will Prince George's little sibling look like? Looking back at Kate and William might give us a clue!


Congrats! God bless!


source:eonline.com


Sunday, September 7, 2014

Mr. Peter Lawford (1923–1984)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Buddy Holly (1936–1959)

We Salute You, RIP

Mark Isham

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Gloria Gaynor

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Tamara Brown

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Michael Emerson

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Julie Kavner

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Marianna Palka

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Hannah Herzsprung

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Chrissie Hynde

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Mr. Elia Kazan (1909–2003)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Dario Argento

Happy Birthday Mr. Argento. God bless.

Finlandia - Germania 1-3 (20-25, 25-19, 24-26, 19-25) di Giacomo Tarsi

Per la sfida che di fatto mette in palio il prezioso secondo posto del girone (salvo ribaltoni nell'ultima giornata) Heynen ritorna sulle sue scelte iniziali lasciando in tribuna Fromm (staffetta Schwarz-Westphal) e schierando i 2 liberi mentre Sammluo conferma la diagonale Tervaportti-Ojansivu. Dopo un set per parte è un ace di Grozer (oggi solo al 39% in att.) a decidere ai vantaggi il 3° set e di lì in poi la Germania prende il largo con Kaliberda top scorer del match (17 punti col 52% in attacco).


source:volleyball.it

Camerun - Polonia 1-3 (27-25, 23-25, 16-25, 22-25) di Giacomo Tarsi

Una Polonia distratta approccia malissimo la sfida contro la cenerentola africana che a suon di muri mette sotto i padroni di casa (alla Polonia nel primo set non basta risalire dal 17-21 sino al 24-23) sino al 27-25 19-17 (nel 2° set vantaggio anche di +5 sino al 13-8). Antiga fa mano mano entrare tutta la panchina e piano piano la partita cambia volto con la Polonia che porta a casa i 3 punti.

source:volleyball.it

Venezuela - Serbia 0-3 (20-25, 17-25, 22-25) di Giacomo Tarsi

Al Venezuela di Nacci non riesce il miracolo contro la Serbia e per centrare il difficile obiettivo del passaggio del turno servirà un successo sull'Australia nello scontro diretto. Da segnalare nella Serbia l'impiego da titolari della coppia modenese Uros Kovacevic-Petric che assieme realizzano 20 punti.


source:volleyball.it

Argentina - Australia 3-0 (25-18, 25-19, 25-18) di Giacomo Tarsi

Con un Conte scatenato in fase in realizzativa (57% in att. e 19 punti totali) l'Argentina domina lo scontro diretto con l'Australia e si assicura quanto meno il 3° posto nella pool. I canguri pagano invece la scarsissima efficacia in posto 4 e domani si giocheranno la qualificazione nello scontro diretto con il Venezuela.


source:volleyball.it

Michelle Hunziker





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Michelle Hunziker (Not suitable for kids)





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Michelle Hunziker (Not suitable for kids)




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Angie Everhart

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Devon Sawa

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Shannon Elizabeth

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Evan Rachel Wood

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Saturday, September 6, 2014

Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac by Randee Dawn

Welcome to the world, little Rose, and congratulations to mama Scarlett Johansson and her fiancé (your daddy!) Romain Dauriac, who confirmed your birth to the AP Thursday via a spokesman. Has a baby ever been more appropriately named — considering your mother is also called after a shade of red?

But enough about mom — we're here about you! Now that you've been born into the Hollywood spotlight, you'll want to know a little bit about this place.


Congrats! God bless!


source:today.com