Saturday, February 28, 2015

Jason Aldean

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Saul Zaentz (1921–2014)

We Salute You, RIP

Yolanda Pecoraro

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Marcel Pagnol (1895–1974)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Jeanne Coyne (1923–1973)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Brian Jones (1942–1969)

We Salute You, RIP

Bernadette Peters

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Charles Durning (1923–2012)

We Salute You, RIP

Karolina Kurkova

Happy Birthday. God bless.

John Turturro

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Ali Larter

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Mr. Gavin MacLeod

Happy Birthday Mr. MacLeod. God bless.

Maxine Bahns

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Mike Figgis

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Stephanie Beacham

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Olivia Palermo

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Natalia Vodianova

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Mr. Don Francks

Happy Birthday Mr. Francks. God bless.

Marleen Lohse

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Person of Interest (Definitely Not suitable for kids) Part 5



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Mr. Leonard Nimoy We Salute You




RIP


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Mr. Leonard Nimoy We Salute You


by Rebecca Macatee


Mr. Leonard Nimoy, best known for playing Spock in Star Trek, died Friday morning. He was 83.

His wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, confirmed his passing to the New York Times, citing the cause of death as end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

He was reportedly hospitalized last week for chest pains, but was tweeting as recently as Monday, when he wrote: "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory." He signed off with his signature, "LLAP [Live Long and Prosper]."

Last year, Nimoy revealed he was battling COPD after pictures surfaced online of him in a wheelchair using an oxygen mask. "I quit smoking 30 years ago. Not soon enough," he tweeted. "Grandpa says, quit now!!"

He urged fans to learn from his past mistakes and to stop smoking now. "Smokers, please understand," he wrote. "If you quit after you're diagnosed with lung damage it's too late. Grandpa says learn my lesson. Quit now."

At the time, the actor wrote that he was "doing OK," noting, "Just can't walk distances. Love my life, family, friends and followers. LLAP."

Nimoy was cast as Spock in the original Star Trek television series in the mid-1960s. He reprised this role through the years. He even took part in J.J. Abrams' 2009 Star Trek reboot, making a cameo as the older version of Spock, now played by Zachary Quinto. He also appeared in the 2013 follow-up Star Trek Into Darkness.


The Boston-born actor played plenty of non-alien roles throughout his lustrous career as well, including a leading role on TV's Mission: Impossible. He was also a frequent stage performer, director, photographer and poet.

He wrote two autobiographies: I Am Not Spock, which was published in 1977, and I Am Spock, published in 1995. In the first, he wrote (as excerpted by the New York Times), "In Spock, I finally found the best of both worlds: to be widely accepted in public approval and yet be able to continue to play the insulated alien through the Vulcan character."

He is survived by his wife, his children Adam and Julie Nimoy, stepson Aaron Bay Schuck, six grandchildren, one great-grandchild and his brother, Melvin.

Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and fans.




RIP




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Alexandria Mills





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No sign of love behind the tears

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The Beatles--"For No One"

No sign of love behind the tears


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Sir Paul McCartney ---"For No One"

No sign of love behind the tears

The Beatles--"For No One"



Your day breaks, your mind aches
You find that all her words
Of kindness linger on
When she no longer needs you



She wakes up, she makes up
She takes her time and doesn't
Feel she has to hurry
She no longer needs you



And in her eyes, you see nothing
No sign of love behind the tears
Cried for no one
A love that should have lasted years



You want her, you need her
And yet you don't believe her
When she says her love is dead
You think she needs you



And in her eyes, you see nothing
No sign of love behind the tears
Cried for no one
A love that should have lasted years



You stay home, she goes out
She says that long ago she knew someone
But now he's gone
She doesn't need him



Your day breaks, your mind aches
There will be times when all the things
She said will fill your head
You won't forget her



And in her eyes, you see nothing
No sign of love behind the tears
Cried for no one
A love that should have lasted years


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Friday, February 27, 2015

Coppa Italia:



MODENA - Dopo la Supercoppa ad inizio stagione, si assegna nel weekend a Rimini la Coppa Italia femminile di A1.

Ecco le quattro protagoniste di questa Final Four che - seppur le squadre vi arrivino, con trend differenti, si preannuncia comunque molto equilibrata ed incerta.

Come ci insegnano a volte i risultati delle passate manifestazioni, molto spesso analisi e pronostici si azzerano in partite secche come queste.


NOVARA - 1° in regular season. In campionato: 47 punti, 16 vinte, 2 perse


E’ la grande favorita della vigilia. Le piemontesi guidate da Luciano Pedullà, neo CT della nazionale tedesca, sono la squadra che finora ha espresso il miglior gioco e la maggiore continuità di risultati, dominando la regular season sin dall’inizio. Trascinata dal trio di attaccanti Barun, Hill e Klineman, ha sempre trovato finora grande solidità nelle prestazioni di Signorile al palleggio e di Sansonna in seconda linea. Fa della fase break-point un punto di forza importante, grazie ad una ottima battuta e alla presenza a muro di Guiggi e Chirichella. Il gruppo si trova di fronte alla prima opportunità di vincere un trofeo partendo con i favori del pronostico e sarà interessante vedere come riusciranno a gestire la pressione.

Probabile sestetto: Signorile-Barun, Hill-Klineman, Guiggi-Chirichella, (L) Sansonna

Pronostico vincente: 35%



CONEGLIANO - 6° in regular season. In campionato: 32 punti, 11 vinte, 7 perse


Arriva all’appuntamento di Rimini dopo una stagione di luci ed ombre. Esonerato in maniera precipitosa Nicola Negro, che ha avuto tra planning e infortunii pochissimo tempo per lavorare sulla squadra, ora va considerato il pochissimo tempo che il nuovo tecnico Alessandro Chiappini ha avuto a disposizione per preparare la squadra, in quanto arrivato in Veneto solamente dieci giorni fa. Due sono le grandi incognite alla vigilia della semifinale: capire se la palleggiatrice Alisha Glass avrà recuperato totalmente dopo il lungo stop per infortunio e la presenza o meno in campo di Adams (anche per lei problemi fisici che si trascinano da settimane), la quale garantirebbe a Conegliano una maggiore consistenza a muro e al tempo stesso permetterebbe maggiori soluzioni ad un attacco che troppo spesso ha poggiato solamente sul talento della turca Ozsoy e della bulgara Nikolova, vere e proprie bocche da fuoco. Se le due americane non dovessero farcela, al loro posto vedremo in campo Katic e la giovane Furlan.

Probabile sestetto: Glass-Nikolova, Ozsoy-Barcellini, Adams-Barazza, (L) De Gennaro

Pronostico vincente: 20%



MODENA - 2° in regular season. In campionato: 41 punti, 13 vinte, 5 perse


Fino ad oggi la più reale antagonista di Novara nella corsa al primo posto in regular season. Quella emiliana è una squadra che, alla grande carica di entusiasmo del suo tecnico Alessandro Beltrami e di un gruppo molto giovane e di talento, aggiunge l’immensa classe ed esperienza di Piccinini, vera e propria leader della squadra, e del libero Arcangeli. E’ stata proprio Piccinini nei momenti di difficoltà a prendere in mano una squadra che poggia molto sui numeri dell’opposta croata Fabris, ma che a rotazione ha trovato anche in Rousseaux e Ikic delle valide alternative d’attacco. Ottima anche la coppia di centrali Folie-Heyrman. Grande punto di domanda le condizioni della regista Rondon che fanno prevedere un debutto lampo della neo arrivata Francesca Ferretti. La reggiana reduce dall’esperienza al Rabita Baku ha certamente esperienza e mestiere da vendere, ma l’inserimento così rapido del palleggiatore non è mai cosa semplice.

Probabile sestetto: Ferretti-Fabris, Piccinini-Rousseaux, Heyrman-Folie, (L) Arcangeli

Pronostico vincente: 20%



BUSTO ARSIZIO - 4° in regular season. In campionato: 34 punti, 13 vinte, 5 perse


Dopo una prima parte di stagione difficile e deficitaria per la classifica, ha trovato continuità di gioco e risultati, risalendo sino al quarto posto e approdando ai quarti di Champions League. La squadra allenata dal decano Carlo Parisi è ormai abituata ai palco scenici importanti e alle partite da dentro o fuori. Per questo motivo e per lo stato di forma con cui arriva a Rimini ci si può anche aspettare il colpo grosso. Dal punto di vista tecnico Wolosz sta facendo vedere una grande maturazione e Diouf rappresenta ovviamente il suo punto di riferimento principale nell’attacco biancorosso. Marcon e Leonardi rappresentano la solita garanzia in seconda linea, mentre finora non si è ancora visto tutto il potenziale di Havelkova, che ha ancora margini di crescita. I centrali che alla vigilia della stagione potevano essere considerati inferiori rispetto alla concorrenza stanno invece crescendo e offrendo buonissime prove sia a muro che in attacco.

Probabile sestetto: Wolosz-Diouf, Havelkova-Marcon, Lyubushkina-Michel, (L) Leonardi

Pronostico vincente: 25%



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Teresa Palmer, Ms. Marta Kristen, Carolina Gómez, Alison Armitage, Amanda Loncar, Mr. Lawrence Montaigne, Malgorzata Szumowska, Ms. Michele Carey, Beren Saat, Michael Bolton, Rachel Veltri, Greg Germann, Kara Monaco, Barbara Niven, Mr. Bill Duke, Jennifer Grant and Erinn Bartlett

Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Ms. Elizabeth Taylor (1932–2011)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Carl Anderson (1945–2004)

We Salute You, RIP

Feb. 27, 2015

Adam Baldwin
Timothy Spall
Noah Emmerich
Brittany Ashton Holmes
Susan Yeagley
John Pyper-Ferguson
Nikki Amuka-Bird
Richard Coyle
Grant Show
Mr. Howard Hesseman
Josh Groban
Jenni 'Jwoww' Farley
Debra Monk
Baltasar Kormákur
Ms. Barbara Babcock
Alba Rohrwacher
Mr. Van Williams
Mr. P.H. Moriarty
Maja Mandzuka
Derren Brown
Juan Riedinger
James Worthy
Christina Nigra
Yolande Moreau
Jill Vandenberg Curtis
Rebecca Hanssen
Ms. Tracy Morgan
Lauren Day
Vanessa Dorman
Filippo Timi


Happy Birthday guys. God bless.







Ms. Jennifer Lyon (1972–2010)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Donald Curtis (1915–1997)

We Salute You, RIP

Donal Logue

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Kate Mara

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Ms. Joanne Woodward

Happy Birthday Ms. Woodward. God bless.

Mr. William Demarest (1892–1983)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Angela Aames (1956–1988)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Wolfgang Preiss (1910–2002)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. John Steinbeck (1902–1968)

We Salute You, RIP

Lily Aldridge and Karlie Kloss

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Brit Awards 2015 by Kat Brown

MASTERCARD BRITISH ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Alt J – This is All Yours

Ed Sheeran – X - WINNER

George Ezra – Wanted on Voyage

Royal Blood – Royal Blood

Sam Smith – In The Lonely Hour

BRITISH ARTIST VIDEO OF THE YEAR

Calvin Harris – Summer

Charlie XCX – Boom Clap

Duke Dumont ft Jax Jones – I Got U

Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud

Mark Ronson ft Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk

One Direction – You & I - WINNER

Rita Ora – I Will Never Let You Down

Route 94 ft Jess Glynne – My Love

Sam Smith – Stay With Me

Sigma – Nobody To Love

BRITISH BREAKTHROUGH ACT

Chvrches

FKA Twigs

George Ezra

Royal Blood

Sam Smith - WINNER

INTERNATIONAL GROUP

5 Seconds of Summer

The Black Keys

First Aid Kit

Foo Fighters - WINNER

The War on Drugs

BRITISH SINGLE

Calvin Harris – Summer

Clean Bandit ft Jess Glynne – Rather Be

Duke Dumont ft Jax Jones – I Got U

Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud

Ella Henderson – Ghost

George Ezra – Budapest

Mark Ronson ft Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk - WINNER

Route 94 ft Jess Glynne – My Love

Sam Smith – Stay With Me

Sigma – Nobody To Love

INTERNATIONAL MALE SOLO ARTIST

Beck

Hozier

Jack White

John Legend

Pharrell Williams - WINNER

GLOBAL SUCCESS

Sam Smith - WINNER

BRITISH FEMALE SOLO ARTIST

Ella Henderson

FKA Twigs

Jessie Ware

Lily Allen

Paloma Faith -- WINNER

INTERNATIONAL FEMALE SOLO ARTIST

Beyonce

Lana Del Rey

Sia

St Vincent

Taylor Swift - WINNER

BRITISH GROUP

Alt-J

Clean Bandit

Coldplay

One Direction

Royal Blood - WINNER

BRITISH MALE SOLO ARTIST

Damon Albarn

Ed Sheeran -WINNER

George Ezra

Paolo Nutini

Sam Smith

CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARD (previously announced)

George The Poet

James Bay - WINNER

Years & Years

BRITISH PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory

Flood

Jake Gosling

Paul Epworth - WINNER



Congrats to all of you. God bless.



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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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Alexandria Mills


Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.


Leila Lopes



Tomorrow is your birthday.

Happy Birthday.

God bless.



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Feb. 25, 2015

Rashida Jones
Isabelle Fuhrman
Sean Astin
Anson Mount
Alexis Denisof
Chelsea Handler
Lee Evans
James Phelps
Oliver Phelps
Neil Jordan
Natalie Dreyfuss
Ms. Karen Grassle
Ms. Diane Baker
Laurie Fortier
Nancy O'Dell
Leann Hunley
Lesley Boone
Kata Dobó
Carey Van Dyke
Jean Bruce Scott
Tara Wilson
Laura Ann Kesling
Douglas Hodge
David Hoflin
James C. Burns
Ric Flair
Maria Kanellis
Oliver Milburn
Mr. Michael Fairman
Julie Hesmondhalgh
Patricia Kara
Samantha Phillips
Barclay Hope
Anneke Kim Sarnau
Nicole Greenwood
Kimberly Caldwell



Happy Birthday guys. God bless.



Ms. Toni Wayne (1936–2000)

We Salute You, RIP

Paul N.J. Ottosson

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Hélène de Fougerolles

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Christopher George (1931–1983)

We Salute You, RIP

Sandrine Kiberlain

Happy Birthday. God bless.

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Blind tasting: The 34-year-old actress poses with the Campari bottle and classic cocktails in the shots

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Eva Green




Belle of the ball: The wardrobe for the calendar shoot came courtesy of designers including Vivienne Westwood, Versace, Alaia and Christian Louboutin

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Eva Green (Definitely Not suitable for kids)




Perfect pin-up: Eva Green has been chosen to front the 2015 Campari calender, following in the footsteps of Penelope Cruz and Uma Thurman



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Eva Green by Kate Thomas for MailOnline posted Nov. 5, 2014

She's one of the most classically beautiful women in Hollywood.

And Eva Green oozes old school glamour in the stunning new shots for the 2015 Campari calendar, which sees the French-born actress don a selection of standout red gowns as she poses for series of dream-like images.

This year's 16th edition, called Mythology Mixology, celebrates the little-known stories linked to twelve of the drinks company's best-loved cocktails.

The calendar was shot by acclaimed and exhibited fine art photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten, the first ever woman to get behind the lens on the Campari Calendar.

Eva follows in the footsteps of screen beauties Penelope Cruz and Uma Thurman, who have both posed for the company in the past.

Eva commented: 'For me, this project was about much more than simply producing a Calendar.

'It was about telling a series of stories in an imaginative, creative and beautiful way – and that’s exactly what we’ve achieved.

'This year, those stories are closer to the heart of Campari than ever before and I personally feel very honoured to have been part of that.

'The 2015 Calendar is a real testament to Campari as a brand and seeing all of the stories together in one collection just proves that no matter how old these recipes may get, there will always be a firm place for Campari within our contemporary world.'

Eva was styled in a selection of top designer gowns by the likes of Vivienne Westwood, Versace, Alaia and Christian Louboutin.

The Campari Calendar, of which only 9,999 copies are printed, will be internationally distributed to friends of Campari around the world.

'What I loved most about this year’s theme was the flexibility it gave me as a photographer,' Julia commented.

'My own work is all about telling stories so shooting the Calendar felt very close to my heart.'

Meanwhile, Eva joked she was like an 'old lady' today during the unveiling of the calendar in London on Wednesday.

The actress has lived in London for several years but doesn't have many recommendations on cool clubs and bars because she doesn't actually go out drinking very much.

She said: 'I'm quite boring actually, I love London because of the parks, I love walking and nice restaurants - St John's is my favourite restaurant ever.

'I'm not a party girl, I'm like an old lady so if I have an aperitif I have it at home.'

Despite her screen work, the French beauty insists she has no desire to ever move to Hollywood - joking that she wouldn't be able to cope as she can't drive a car.

She said: 'I've been living here for eight or nine years now. I think I'd die in Hollywood, I cant drive...'




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Eva Green is the new Campari calendar girl and we can't think of a better model.

The French actress is sultry, sexy and smart and looks incredible in the images released today. If they don't make you want to buy the calendar and sip some Campari then nothing will.

With her dark brown hair and pale skin, Eva carries off the red dresses in each shot beautifully. It can be a tricky colour to pull off but there's a shade for every skin tone, so our advice is to try a few before you commit.

And if you hadn't noticed she's also sporting some fantastic footwear too. All red hot of course! But these Christian Louboutin boots have to be the stand out pair. With a vertiginous stiletto heel, pointed toe and covered in scarlet studs they're not to be messed with.

Unfortunately they've now sold out but for those with a hefty shoe allowance, you can still buy them in black at Net-a-Porter. But if you're inspired by Eva's racy red looks then check out our edit of boots. They'll be sure to satisfy your craving for crimson.


That's great. All the best Eva. God bless.

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Mr. Gert Fröbe (1913–1988)

We Salute You, RIP

César Awards by Nancy Tartaglione , International Editor posted February 20, 2015

At nearly four hours, tonight’s César Awards ceremony was one of the longest I can remember, but oddly also one of the most entertaining. Host Edouard Baer kept things moving for the Canal Plus broadcast even if he started to sweat as things started to draw out. Nevertheless, the Césars are often full of surprises and this show was no different. Leading nominee Saint Laurent left with only one prize out of 10 while Oscar nominated Timbuktu swept seven of the eight categories in which it had a stake. Those included Best Film and Best Director for Abderrahmane Sissako who opted to stay in France tonight and miss tomorrow’s Foreign Film Symposium that Mark Johnson is holding with Oscar nominated directors in LA. Timbuktu is the first film submitted to the Oscars from Mauritania, but it’s also a French co-production which explains a lot of the love here tonight.


But there was also an American twist to the proceedings this evening as Kristen Stewart became the first American actress to win a César. She already had the distinction of being the first ever nominated as Best Supporting Actress. (Mezzo-soprano Julia Migenes was the only other U.S. actress ever nominated for a César – in her case for lead in 1984’s Carmen.) Stewart pulled off tonight’s win for Olivier Assayas’ Cannes pic Clouds Of Sils Maria starring Juliette Binoche whose assistant Stewart plays in the film.

Also making an appearance this evening was Sean Penn who was given an Honorary César. An emotional Marion Cotillard presented the actor/director with the trophy after he received a several-minute standing ovation inside Paris’ Théâtre du Châtelet. He spoke of his affinity for French film, saying, “We’re jaded about what we do back home,” but whenever he comes to France, the cinema is a sort of “ray of sunshine.”

Among other wins for the French equivalent of the Oscar tonight was Adèle Haenel as Best Actress for Thomas Cailley’s Cannes Directors’ Fortnight title Les Combattants which also scored Best Male Newcomer for Kevin Azaïs and Best Debut Feature. Box office smash La Famille Bélier took the Best Female Newcomer prize for Louane Emera. The Eric Lartigau-directed feelgood picture about an aspiring singer whose parents are deaf, had six nominations and has sold over 6M tickets since December 17. In the Foreign Film race, Xavier Dolan’s Canadian pic Mommy was the victor. That film shared the Cannes Jury Prize last May. Via a written message, the wunderkind director sent a special note to Cannes fest chief Thierry Frémaux thanking him for his confidence.

All winners are listed below:

Best Film
Timbuktu, dir: Abderrahmane Sissako

Best Actress
Adèle Haenel, Les Combattants

Best Adapted Screenplay
Cyril Gely, Volker Schlöndorff – Diplomatie

Best Actor
Pierre Niney, Yves Saint Laurent

Best Foreign Film
Mommy, dir Xavier Dolan

Best Director
Abderrahmane Sissako, Timbuktu

Best Supporting Actress
Kristen Stewart, Clouds Of Sils Maria

Best Short Film
La Femme De Rio, dirs: Emma Luchini, Nicolas Rey

Best Documentary
Salt Of The Earth, dirs: Wim Wenders, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado

Best Editing
Nadia Ben Rachid, Timbuktu

Best Set Design
Thierry Flamand, La Belle Et La Bête

Best Original Screenplay
Abderrahmane Sissako, Kessen Tall – Timbuktu

Best Costumes
Anaïs Romand, Saint-Laurent

Best Newcomer (Male)
Kevin Azaïs, Les Combattants

Best Animated Film
Minuscule – La Vallée Des Fourmis Perdues, dirs: Thomas Szabo and Hélène Giraud

Best Animated Short
Les Petits Cailloux, dir: Chloé Mazlo

Best Score
Amine Bouhafa, Timbuktu

Best Supporting Actor
Reda Kateb, Hippocrate

Best Debut Feature
Les Combattants, dir: Thomas Cailley, prod: Pierre Guyard

Best Cinematography
Sofian El Fani, Timbuktu

Best Sound
Philippe Welsh, Roman Dymny, Thierry Delor – Timbuktu

Best Newcomer (Female)
Louane Emera, La Famille Bélier


Congrats to all of you. God bless.



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Téa Leoni

Happy Birthday. God bless.

A new one can't be bought (Not suitable for kids)

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The Beatles --Love You To


Mr. George Harrison--We Salute You, RIP



A new one can't be bought (Not suitable for kids)

The Beatles ---Love You To


Each day just goes so fast
I turn around, it's past
You don't get time to hang a sign on me

Love me while you can
Or I'll get a plan

A lifetime is so short
A new one can't be bought
But what you've got means such a lot to me

Make love all day long
Make love singing songs

Make love all day long
Make love singing songs

There's people standing round
Who _____ you in the ground
They'll fill you in with all the things you see

I'll make ______
If you want me to



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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Feb. 24, 2015

Billy Zane
Wilson Bethel
Mr. Barry Bostwick
Debra Jo Rupp
Mr. Abe Vigoda
Emilio Rivera
Mark Moses
Crista Flanagan
Ben Miller
Mr. Dominic Chianese
Ramona Marquez
Sherrie Rose
Todd Field
Kimberly Franklin
Steven St. Croix
Helen Shaver
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Todd Fisher
Monica Staggs
Teri Weigel
Paula Zahn
Trace Cyrus
Mr. Steven Hill
Dennis Waterman
Kasi Lemmons
Ms. Jenny O'Hara
Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni
Rupert Holmes
Lanie McAuley


Happy Birthday guys. God bless.







Mr. Michel Legrand


Happy Birthday Mr. Legrand. God bless.

Bonnie Somerville

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Edward James Olmos

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Mr. Pete Duel (1940–1971)

We Salute You, RIP

Busto Arsizio:

BUSTO ARSIZIO - Cambio di programma in casa Busto Arsizio nell'organizzazione della settimana che porta alle Finali di Coppa Italia di sabato e domenica.

Alle "farfalle", che avrebbero dovuto sobbarcarsi due viaggi, verso Marche (domani, in vista del match di campionato di mercoledì a Urbino) e Romagna (venerdì per la semifinale di sabato con Modena a Rimini), verranno risparmiati i trasferimenti legati al ritorno a Busto Arsizio dopo il match del Pala Mondolce.

La società biancorossa, valutata la logistica del "post-Urbino", ha infatti deciso di trasferirsi a Rimini subito dopo la gara di mercoledì sera: Marcon e compagne si alleneranno già da giovedì nella città della Coppa Italia 2015, in palestra pesi.


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Nicole Lyn



Happy Birthday. God bless.


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Ms. Emmanuelle Riva

Happy Birthday Ms. Riva. God bless.

Jessica-Jane Stafford

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Kate Mulvany

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Michael Radford

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Melinda Naud

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Falun and Charlotte Kalla av Simon Bank




FALUN Stora idrottare är bra, de största är bäst när det gäller.

I fem år har tiden smalnat av mot just den här dagen för Falun, VM och Charlotte Kalla.

Det är här det smäller. Det är nu det gäller.

Klockan har väl tickat iväg ett par minuter efter elva när jag möter Charlotte Kalla i den mjölkvita fjädersnön. Hon är på väg ut för att träna sitt dagen-före-pass uppe vid Lugnet, ett stadigt steg till i den där Planen som hon följer som om hennes liv hängde på den.

Det gör det ju också, på sätt och vis.

Kallas liv är att åka skidor, att vara nära sig själv och sin natur, att försöka kontrollera sin kropp och sina förutsättningar.

Hon gillar sina rutiner, hon vet att de gör henne så bra som hon kan bli.
”Känns som en cykel”

Det har blivit småkyligt i Falun, det som var töpölar under fötterna har blivit pudertäckt is nu. Ute i spåren väntar hård snö som svarar under fötterna. Om kraften finns i benen kommer det att märkas.

Jag tycker mycket om att höra när toppidrottare försöker förklara hur det känns. Kalla är konkret, både när hon pratar och hon åker, men det finns en bild hon brukar använda och som hon återkom till igår:

– När det flyter på känns det som att det är en cykel som rullar, men det är inte jämt jag orkar hålla i det.

Det är en fin gräns. I skiathlon- loppet senast, när hon tog brons, gick det att se på henne när det inte riktigt höll längre. Therese Johaug trampade iväg uppför Mördarbacken, medan Charlottes ryggrad kröktes ett par centimeter. Huvudet föll ner en bit mot bröstkorgen, hakan föll ett par centimeter så att varggrinet syntes.

Hon höll inte, men tillräckligt för att ta en medalj.
Ett frustande fullblod

Bronset betydde mycket, men mest av allt var det ett svar hon fick. Redskapen funkar, hon kommer att vara beredd när det är hennes tur.

Det är det nu.

Det har gått fem år sedan Charlotte Kalla blev bäst i världen i Vancouver-OS, det är fem år sedan Falun fick VM, de där fem åren har smalnat in mot just den här dagen.

Kallas mästerskap, Kallas mästarprov, på Kallas distans.

– Det här är ett lopp jag sett fram emot lång tid nu, sa hon i går.

Så dags hade drottningen Marit Björgen spelat ett parti presspingis igen, utnämnt svenskan till favorit och till och med sagt att hon hoppades på ett svenskt guld. Björgen vet vad hon möter, hon vet att Kalla såg ut som ett frustande fullblod i Östersund förra helgen.

– Det var väldigt imponerande. Man har sett på Charlotte att hon känts väldigt stark och stabil, sa Emma Wikén på pressträffen i går. Men framför allt har jag sett att hon varit harmonisk och glad, den Charlotte man vill se, den man vet kan prestera på topp.

Björgen vet ju också att Östersunds-krossen som kom direkt efter höghöjdstoppning och att hon själv fått chansen att vila kroppen vaken efter misslyckandet i skiathlon.

Vad vi tror spelar ingen roll.

Vad vi vet är att Charlotte Kalla aldrig förlorat ett millopp i fristil mot Björgen om hon varit snabbare till den första mellantiden. Och det säger en hel del: Om Kalla känner att hon är stark nog för att trampa ut hårt så är hon stark nog för att slå drottningen.

Vad det skulle betyda är svårt att överdriva.
Det här är Charlottes dag...

VM är en stolthet för Falun, men det är också ett arrangemang som byggt på antingen lögner eller huvudlösa glädjekalkyler. En tävling som skulle kosta 80 miljoner gick till slut loss på nästan fyra gånger så mycket, annat har fått stå åt sidan för chansen att se stor, glädjefylld sport uppe vid Lugnet.

Det går inte att rättfärdiga det, men det går i alla fall att hoppas att de får något för pengarna.

I dag kliver Charlotte Kalla upp på cykeln och kör. Två halvmilsslingor, stora och lilla Mördarbacken, utmaningen att försöka hålla liv i benens skejtarbete hela vägen hem.

Det är Charlottes lopp, Charlottes dag. Ingen vet hur de slutar, det är själva charmen med idrott.

Allt jag vet är att det måste göra ont för den som tänkt ta dem ifrån henne.


All the best Ms. Kalla. God bless.



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Schumachers hus sålt av Nemrud Kurt



Michael Schumacher, 46, säljer sitt semesterhus i Norge.

Prislappen landar på 24 miljoner kronor.

– Familjen fick en wow-känsla när de kom in i huset, säger mäklaren Petter Birkrem till norska Dagens Näringsliv.

I mitten av 90-talet lät Michael Schumacher bygga ett semesterhus i norska Trysil.

Där finns ett garage för sju bilar, ett gym med spa och i storlek uppgår huset till 645 kvadratmeter. Efter den allvarliga skidolyckan i december 2013 har dock saker och ting förändrats.

Norska Dagens Näringsliv skriver att huset i Norge är sålt för 24 miljoner kronor, något som mäklaren Petter Birkrem bekräftar:

– Vi hade visning för en familj i början av jullovet. De fick en ordentlig wow-känsla när de kom in i huset.
"Allt du kan drömma om”

Birkrem vill dock inte avslöja vem som köpt huset, men menar att Schumacher såg semesterhuset som en plats där han kunde koppla av.

– Det här var det enda stället där han kunde komma bort från medierna.

Rapporterna gör gällande att 46-åringen lider av både minnesförlust och förlamning, och de totala vårdkostnaderna efter den hemska olyckan uppgår till närmare 125 miljoner kronor.

Även Schumachers privatplan är till salu, medan Birkrem beskriver huset som ett kap:

– Du tar över en ikons privata familjeegendom, som innehåller allt du kan drömma om.



Please continue praying for Mr. Schumacher. God help him.



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Monday, February 23, 2015

Feb. 23, 2015


Kelly Macdonald
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la 87e cérémonie des Oscars, Irina Shayk plus Others

En voilà une qui a su se faire remarquer !

Hier soir, au Dolby Theatre de Hollywood, à Los Angeles, s'est tenue la 87e cérémonie des Oscars, récompensant tout le meilleur de la production anglo-saxone des douze derniers mois.

Et sans réelle surprise, c'est Birdman d'Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu qui a triomphé lors de cette édition 2015, s'adjugeant notamment les Oscars des meilleur film, meilleur réalisateur et meilleure photo. Si l'Oscar du meilleur acteur a échappé à Michael Keaton (au profit de Eddie Redmayne pour Une merveilleuse histoire du temps), le prix d'interprétation féminin était lui quasiment déjà acquis à la cause de Julianne Moore qui avait tout remporté ces dernières semaines pour son rôle dans Still Alice : SAG Award, Golden Globe, BAFTA, et donc l'Oscar hier soir.

Une soirée qui a permis d'admirer tout ce qu'Hollywood compte de créatures belles et glamour, et le moins que l'on puisse dire c'est que l'on n'a pas été déçu tant les stars ont débordé d'allure et d'élégance sur le red carpet de la cérémonie qui s'est tenue sous une pluie battante sur Hollywood Boulevard.

Après la cérémonie, plusieurs soirées étaient données sur les hauteurs de Los Angeles, et notamment celle, annuelle, organisée par Vanity Fair avec toutes les plus grandes stars qui viennent poursuivre la fête.
Pour cette nouvelle édition de la célèbre soirée, on a pu croiser une multitude de stars hollywoodienne comme Amy Adams, Natalie Portman, ou encore Diane Kruger, absolument magnifiques, mais une autre a su attirer le regard comme personne : l'actrice et top model russe Irina Shayk.
Dans une robe à la limite de la décence tout en transparence et ne cachant rien de sa plastique, l'ex-fiancée de Cristiano Ronaldo que l'on a pu voir récemment à l’affiche de Hercule a dévoilé son corps nu, sans lingerie, pour une vision qui restera comme l'une des plus osées de ces Oscars 2015.

Le palmarès complet de la 87e cérémonie des Oscars :

Meilleur film : Birdman

Meilleure actrice : Julianne Moore dans Still Alice

Meilleur acteur : Eddie Redmayne dans Une Merveilleuse histoire du temps

Meilleur réalisateur : Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu pour Birdman

Meilleur scénario adapté : Graham Moore pour Imitation Game

Meilleur scénario : Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu pour Birdman

Meilleure musique : Alexandre Desplat pour The Grand Budapest Hotel

Meilleure chanson : Glory de John Legend et Common (Selma)

Meilleur documentaire : CitizenFour de Laura Poitras

Meilleur montage : Tom Cross pour Whiplash

Meilleure photographie : Emmanuel Lubezki pour Birdman

Meilleur production design : Adam Stockhausen et Anna Pinnock pour The Grand Budapest Hotel

Meilleur film d'animation : Les Nouveaux Héros de Don Hall, Chris Williams et Roy Conli

Meilleur court-métrage d'animation : Le Festin de Patrick Osborne et Kristina Reed

Meilleur effet visuel : Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley pour Interstellar

Meilleure actrice dans un second rôle : Patricia Arquette dans Boyhood

Meilleur montage son : Alan Robert Murray et Bub Asman pour American Sniper

Meilleur mixage son : Craig Mann, Ben Wilkins, Thomas Curley pour Whiplash

Meilleur court métrage documentaire : Crisis Hotline, Veterans Press 1 de Ellen Goosneberg Kent et Dana Perry

Meilleur court-métrage de fiction : The Phone Call de Mat Kirby et James Lucas

Meilleur film étranger : Ida de Pawel Pawlikowski

Meilleur maquillage : Frances Hannon et Mark Coulier pour The Grand Budapest Hotel

Meilleur costume : Milena Canonero pour The Grand Budapest Hotel

Meilleur acteur dans un second rôle : J.K. Simmons dans Whiplash



Congrats to all of you. God bless.



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Karine Ferri





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Chaque samedi soir, les téléspectateurs retrouvent Karine Ferri aux commandes de The Voice, la suite. La présentatrice emblématique de la première chaîne a beau avoir un physique pour le moins avantageux, elle n'en demeure pas moins complexée.

Karine Ferri, une femme complexée "comme tout le monde". Depuis quelques années à présent, l'ex-candidate de télé-réalité repérée il y a une dizaine d'années dans l'émission Le Bachelor fait figure de personnage emblématique du PAF. Cet été, Karine Ferri a d'ailleurs été élue animatrice la plus sexy du PAF d'après les résultats d'un sondage. Néanmoins, cette dernière est loin d'être satisfaire de son aspect physique. Dans les colonnes du prochain numéro de Télé Star, disponible en kiosque demain, Karine Ferri confie avoir quelques complexes. "J'aimerais être plus grande, avoir des cheveux qui ondulent, une bouche pulpeuse. Et je n'aime ni mes pieds ni mes mains !" confie-t-elle. Une chose est sûre, les hommes infidèles ne l'entendent pas de la même oreille. "C'est une femme avec un style sexy, un corps incroyable et une carrière professionnelle réussie" ont indiqué ces messieurs à Victoria Milan, un site de rencontres extra-conjugales.

Depuis 2012, force est de constater que The Voice cartonne le samedi soir. Un succès auquel participent les deux animateurs de l'émission : Nikos Aliagas et Karine Ferri. D'ailleurs, l'animatrice confie, à coeur ouvert, que son ex-compagnon Grégory Lemarchal aurait fortement apprécié ce programme. "Grégory Lemarchal aurait adoré The Voice" assure-t-elle au cours de la même interview.


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Soda by Steve Williams

The health problems surrounding sodas are already well established, but now a group of scientists have gone so far as to say that, based on their research, soda represents an unnecessary cancer risk.

The study, by the Center for a Livable Future at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Consumer Reports, looked at the presence of the caramel coloring additive 4-methylimidazole (4-MEI), which is often added to certain sodas like cola in order to give them their brown color. Infrequent exposure to the additive doesn’t appear to pose a health risk, but researchers have been aware for some time now that the frequency with which Americans consume sodas may mean that their exposure is adding up and could pose a potential problem.

The latest study, published this month in the journal PLOS ONE, follows-up on previous research into soda consumption and 4-MEI exposure. The researchers found that “more than half of Americans between the ages of 6 and 64 typically drink soda in amounts that could expose them to enough 4-MEI to increase their cancer risk.”

So what amounts are we talking about? The average in this nationally representative sample was at least one 12-ounce soda per person per day to 2.5 cans of soda per day–though the study notes that some were drinking in excess of three or more cans of soda. In terms of childhood consumption, the researchers found that between 44-58 percent of children over the age of six consumed at least one can of soda per day, and some many more than that.

It is important to note that the study contains only 110 samples of soda brands, so it is not possible to draw conclusions based on the entire soda market or for the scientists to recommend certain brands over others, but the researchers did note that some brands had much higher concentrations than other brands and that in the future this may be something we should explore. ”For example, for diet colas, certain samples had higher or more variable levels of the compound, while other samples had very low concentrations,” Tyler Smith, lead author of the study, is quoted as saying.

The researchers contend that unless this problem is addressed, then within the next 70 years there may be between 70 and 5,000 new cases of cancer in the U.S. due to 4-MEI–that’s a obviously a big range but that’s just the point: because we don’t know how much 4-MEI is in many of soft drinks, we can’t get accurate estimates.

At the moment there is no federal regulation or guideline that sets a limit on how much 4-MEI can be in our soft-drinks, and as such the School of Public Health and Consumer Reports has been petitioning for greater scrutiny from the federal government. Meanwhile states like California have moved to make consumers aware of this potential danger, with Proposition 65 being used together with more recent laws requiring soft drink companies to put a warning label on their drinks if they want to continue to use 4-MEI. In the wake of this fight, the makers of Coca Cola and Pepsi agreed to change their production methods and reduce the presence of this chemical in order to avoid having to include cancer warning labels on their products, but as there are no strict restrictions, the cumulative effects of 4-MEI may still pose a problem.

While it is true that the increased risk of cancer from sodas appears to be relatively small, the researchers say that’s not really the point. The fact is soda offers no nutritional benefits, it’s just empty calories that spike insulin levels and may disrupt the body’s hormonal profile. Add to that the elevated cancer risk from some sodas because of 4-MEI, which again is only there for aesthetic purposes and not for taste, and you’re left with one conclusion: soda represents an unnecessary health risk.

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Sunday, February 22, 2015

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Tjitske Reidinga

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Camilla Bendix

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Julia Jentsch

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Cindy Crawford

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Mr. Sidney Poitier

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Lili Taylor

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Mr. Mike Leigh

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Lauren Ambrose

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Imogen Stubbs

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Corinna Harney



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Charles Barkley

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Mr. Börje Ahlstedt

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William Petersen

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Sophie Turner

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Alan Rickman

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Charlotte Church

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Ms. Nina Simone (1933–2003)

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Feb. 22, 2015

Drew Barrymore
Jeri Ryan
Thomas Jane
Dichen Lachman
Kyle MacLachlan
Julie Walters
Leah de Niese
Margarete Tiesel
Miko Hughes
Zach Roerig
Mr. James Hong
Rachel Dratch
Ellen Greene
Penny Flame
Mr. Jonathan Demme
Ms. Rebecca Schull
Josh Helman
Elodie Yung
Robert Bathurst
Jenna Haze
Mr. Paul Dooley
Jessica Kiper
Niki Lauda
Steve Speirs
Adrienne Pickering
Ellen Marlow
Ms. Marni Nixon
Joe Cortese
Kim Allen
James Blunt
Sylva Kelegian
Fele Martínez
Mia Michaels
Bugra Gülsoy
Julius Erving
Nigel Planer




Happy Birthday guys. God bless.



Kathleen Hetzekian (1952–2002)

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Ximena Navarrete




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Ximena Navarrete




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Ms. Karin Dor

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Mr. John Mills (1908–2005)

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Ms. Giulietta Masina (1921–1994)

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Ms. Judy Cornwell

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Miou-Miou

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Quadrophenia: The Director’s Cut Deluxe Edition


Backgrounder

- Discs one and two – the original double album – 2011 remaster
– Discs three and four – 25 unreleased demo tracks from Pete Townshend’s studio archive giving a unique insight into the original vision for this remarkable body of work. Includes songs that were not included on the original album.
– Disc five – The Quadrophenia 5.1 EP – eight track DVD-A re-mixed for surround sound.
– Deluxe 100-page, hard-back book featuring a brand new 13,000 word essay by Pete Townshend, shedding exclusive light on the period before and during the creation of the album, explaining some of the technical processes – the startling and progressive use of synthesisers as well as a revealing insight into the story of the album’s central character – the mod Jimmy.
– Also features Pete’s in depth, track-by-track guide to the demos and a revealing studio diary.
– The stunning book also includes a treasure trove of previously unseen personal notes, photographs, handwritten lyrics and memorabilia from the period, all recently uncovered in Pete’s archive.
– The package also replicates the striking black and white imagery from the original vinyl LP photography and adds never-seen colour out-takes of the famous cover shot.
– A replica 7″ vinyl single featuring hit single 5.15 b/w Water in a picture sleeve.
– Set of six facsimile memorabilia inserts housed in a card envelope.
– 20″ x 30″ poster.
– Limited edition, housed in a hard-back deluxe slip-case.

TRACK LIST

DISC ONE:
I Am The Sea – The Who
The Real Me – The Who
Quadrophenia – The Who
Cut My Hair – The Who
The Punk And The Godfather – The Who
I’m One – The Who
The Dirty Jobs – The Who
Helpless Dancer – The Who
Is It In My Head? – The Who
I’ve Had Enough – The Who

DISC TWO:
5:15 – The Who
Sea And Sand – The Who
Drowned – The Who
Bell Boy – The Who
Doctor Jimmy – The Who
The Rock – The Who
Love Reign O’er Me – The Who

DISC THREE:
The Real Me – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Quadrophenia 4 Overtures – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Cut My Hair – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Fill No’1 Get Out And Stay Out – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Quadrophenic Four Faces – Pete Townshend (Demo)
We Close Tonight – Pete Townshend (Demo)
You Came Back – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Get Inside – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Joker James – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Punk – Pete Townshend (Demo)
I’m One – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Dirty Jobs – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Helpless Dancer – Pete Townshend (Demo)

DISC FOUR:
Is It In My Head? – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Any More – Pete Townshend (Demo)
I’ve Had Enough – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Fill No’2 – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Wizardry – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Sea And Sand – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Drowned – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Is It Me? – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Bell Boy – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Doctor Jimmy – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Finale: The Rock – Pete Townshend (Demo)
Love Reign O’er Me – Pete Townshend (Demo)

DISC FIVE:
Love Reign O’er Me – The Who (5.1 Mix)
I Am The Sea – The Who (5.1 Mix)
The Real Me – The Who (5.1 Mix)
Quadrophenia – The Who (5.1 Mix)
I’ve Had Enough – The Who (5.1 Mix)
5:15 – The Who (5.1 Mix)
Doctor Jimmy – The Who (5.1 Mix)
The Rock – The Who (5.1 Mix)

VINYL SINGLE SIDE 1:
5:15 – The Who

VINYL SINGLE SIDE 2:

Water – The Who (Studio Version)




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Thursday, February 19, 2015

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Feb. 19, 2015

Victoria Justice
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Mr. Massimo Troisi (1953–1994)

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Crisanti

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Dusanka Karic



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Dusanka Karic

FILOTTRANO - Si chiama Dusanka Karic ed è la prima straniera nella storia della Pallavolo Filottrano.

La schiacciatrice serba, nata a Belgrado il 7 giugno 1986, è ufficialmente una nuova giocatrice della Lardini. L’atleta proviene dalla formazione turca del Bursa con cui ha iniziato la stagione, dopo aver vestito le maglie dei serbi del Postar 64 (con cui ha vinto per tre volte la coppa nazionale ed il titolo del 2006), dei francesi del Melun-La Rochette, dei serbi della Dinamo Azotara, dei rumeni dell’Unic Piatra, dei turchi del Karsiyaka Izmir, dei francesi dell’Hainaut e degli azeri dell’Azerrail Baku.

La Karic vanta 40 presenze con la nazionale serba, una medaglia d’argento alle Universiadi del 2007 ed un secondo posto agli Europei juniores del 2005.

“Questo innesto nella rosa – spiega il presidente onorario, Giovanni Morresi – nasce dal nostro desiderio di rispondere alle sollecitazioni ed alle aspettative di quanti ci seguono con grande passione ed è nostro dovere fare il possibile per mantenere Filottrano nel prestigioso palcoscenico della serie A. Abbiamo puntato su un’atleta che soprattutto ci possa garantire esperienza, quella che ci è mancata in diverse circostanze in questa stagione. Resta implicita la massima fiducia nel gruppo: la pallavolo è per eccellenza uno sport di squadra”.


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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Directors Guild Awards by E. Alex Jung

The Directors Guild Awards (the most predictive guild award) gave the top honor to Alejandro González Iñárritu for Birdman, placing the movie in prime position to win at the Oscars. In the past 66 years, the Oscars have only deviated from the DGA winner for Best Director seven times and for Best Picture 14 times. (The most dramatic diversion happened in 2012 when Ben Affleck won the DGA for Argo after failing to get a nomination from the Academy.) Iñárritu's win surprises at a time when many predicted Richard Linklater, who directed Boyhood, to take this. You still have time to change your Oscar pool.

Whereas the gender/race gap in direction is still very real, women swept other major awards Saturday night: Laura Poitras took Best Documentary for Citzenfour, Jill Soloway won for Transparent in TV Comedy, Lesli Linka Glatter won for Homeland in TV Drama, and Lisa Cholodenko took TV miniseries for Olive Kitteridge. Here's a full list of winners below:

Feature Film: Alejandro González Iñárritu, Birdman
Dramatic Series: Lesli Linka Glatter, Homeland, "From A to B and Back Again"
Comedy Series: Jill Soloway, Transparent, "Best New Girl"
Movies for Television and Mini Series: Lisa Cholodenko, Olive Kitteridge
Documentary: Laura Poitras, Citizenfour
Variety/Talk/News/Sports Specials: Glenn Weiss, The 68th Annual Tony Awards
Variety/Talk/News/Sports Regularly Scheduled: Dave Diomedi, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, "Episode #1"
Reality Programs: Anthony B. Sacco, The Chair, "The Test"
Children's Programs: Jonathan Judge, 100 Things To Do Before High School, “Pilot”
Commercials: Nicolai Fuglsig


Congrats to all of you. God bless.

source:vulture.com/THR

Dennis DeYoung

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Vanna White

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Meredith Ostrom

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Regina Spektor

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Victoria Hill

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Cybill Shepherd

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Matt Dillon

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Molly Ringwald

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John Travolta

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Maiara Walsh

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Genelle Williams

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Mari Morrow

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Tracey E. Edmonds

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Ms. Yoko Ono

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Mr. George Kennedy

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Mr. Milos Forman

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Alessandra Mastronardi

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Greta Scacchi

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Tammy Macintosh

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Don't Forget

Today is Ash Wednesday.

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Treia: Fei, "A Lodz gara difficile, servirà concentrazione"

TREIA - "Ho affrontato tante partite importanti nella mia carriera - dice l'opposto della Cucine Lube Banca Marche Alessandro Fei - e posso dire che in un match come quello che ci attende giovedì pomeriggio all'Atlas Arena di Lodz bisognerà scendere in campo senza pensare a niente. Ho giocato in diverse occasioni in Polonia e conosco l'ambiente che troveremo: palasport pienissimo, tifo molto rumoroso, di conseguenza i nostri avversari del Belchatow saranno certamente molto carichi. Noi, quindi, dovremo restare sempre molto concentrati, senza farci influenzare dall'ambiente esterno, pensando soltanto a quello che succede in campo. Sarà una partita davvero difficile, lo Skra gioca un'ottima pallavolo, in Italia ci sono poche squadre in grado di giocare al livello della formazione polacca. Ma siamo consapevoli di essere una grande squadra e quindi vogliamo provare a fare l'impresa per restare in corsa in Champions League, ovvero vincere 3-0 o 3-1 e il successivo golden set: speriamo vada tutto bene".

"Complessivamente sarà una settimana molto impegnativa - prosegue Fox Fei - perché nella giornata di venerdì torneremo dall'impegno europeo in Polonia, e sabato già dovremo ripartire per la trasferta di Sansepolcro, in vista del match di SuperLega che giocheremo domenica pomeriggio sul campo dell'Altotevere. Anche quella sarà una partita molto delicata, perché la formazione di Città di Castello-Sansepolcro viene da una sconfitta e vorrà riscattarsi, inoltre vorrà approfittare del fatto che noi siamo reduci dalla lunga trasferta polacca: siamo comunque una squadra attrezzata per affrontare viaggi lunghi e faticosi. Per domenica, quindi, massima attenzione a una partita da prendere con le pinze. Ovviamente adesso pensiamo soltanto alla sfida in terra polacca con Belchatow, poi una volta tornati guarderemo al match con l'Altotevere".


source:volleyball.it

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Christopher Eccleston

Happy Birthday. God bless.

Feb. 16, 2015

Mahershala Ali
William Katt
Eric Ladin
Agyness Deyn
Lisa Loring
Mr. Brian Bedford
Matthew Knight
Troy Evans
Jimmy 'Jax' Pinchak
Tabitha Stevens
Mike Weinberg
John McEnroe
Mr. Jeremy Bulloch
Eric Red
Kari Corbett
Paul Brittain
Vincent Ward
Steve Kmetko
Tatiana von Furstenberg
Anna Zielinski
Stella Farentino

Happy Birthday guys. God bless.

Géraldine Nakache

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Ms. Patty Andrews (1918–2013)

We Salute You, RIP

Annika Hallin

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Ms. Alexa Kenin (1962–1985)

We Salute You, RIP

Ms. Margaux Hemingway (1954–1996)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Marc Lawrence (1910–2005)

We Salute You, RIP

Mr. Raf Vallone (1916–2002)

We Salute You, RIP

Feb. 17, 2015

Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Denise Richards
Sasha Pieterse
Rene Russo
Bonnie Wright
Dominic Purcell
Michael Bay
Jerry O'Connell
Brooke D'Orsay
Jason Ritter
Paris Hilton
Rory Kinnear
Kelly Carlson
Lou Diamond Phillips
Ed Sheeran
Ahna O'Reilly
Mr. Barry Humphries
Michael Jordan
Mr. Hal Holbrook
Meaghan Martin
Jackson Hurst
Abbey Brooks
Alyssa Branch
Ashton Holmes
Grigoriy Dobrygin
Billie Joe Armstrong
André Dussollier
Mr. Jim Brown
Ms. Brenda Fricker
Erin Cardillo
Don Coscarelli
Zelda Harris
Ms. Patricia Routledge
Sadie LeBlanc
Songül Öden
Iván González
Elena Kolpachikova
Diane Chambers
Carlotta Montanari
Kristina Hagan
Angelica Page
Carole Davis
Taylor Hawkins
Chante Moore





Happy Birthday guys. God bless.






Tracy Morgan

Schauspieler und Komiker Tracy Morgan (46, "30 Rock") wird nach seinem schweren Unfall im Juni 2014 wohl vorerst nicht ins US-Fernsehen zurückkehren. Anonymen Quellen zufolge sei der 46-Jährige gefragt worden, ob er in der 40. Jubiläums-Show von "Saturday Night Live" sein TV-Comeback geben wolle, wie "Page Six" berichtet. "Sie hätten ihn wirklich gerne dort gehabt, aber letzten Endens ist er mental oder emotional noch nicht bereit, im Fernsehen wieder in Erscheinung zu treten", soll ein Freund des Schauspielers dem Online-Portal erzählt haben.

Morgan war von 1996 bis 2003 ein fester Bestandteil des Comedy-Formats. Seit er im Juni verunglückte, war der Schauspieler nicht mehr in der Öffentlichkeit aufgetreten. Bei dem Autounfall im vergangenen Jahr war Morgans Limousine in einen Crash im Bundesstaat Delaware verwickelt. Bei dem Unglück rasten insgesamt sechs Fahrzeuge ineinander, darunter zwei Lastwagen. Bei dem Unfall starb Morgans Stand-Up-Kollege James McNair, sieben weiter Menschen - darunter Morgan - wurden verletzt.



God bless Mr. Morgan.

source:de.stars.yahoo.com

Irina Shayk




source:hub.contactmusic.com

Irina Shayk by Bang Showbiz posted Feb. 11, 2015

Irina Shayk is looking for ''an honest man.''

The Sports Illustrated model, who recently split from soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo after five years of dating, wants her next boyfriend to be ''loyal.''

The Russian beauty said: ''What I'm looking for in a man is - I think I love honest men and I love a man who is loyal to women. I think this is [the] most important thing in [a] man.''

The 29-year-old star admits she doesn't have any plans for Valentine's Day next Saturday (14.02.15.), but hinted she is already over the Real Madrid player, 30.

Asked if she is doing anything special for the romantic holiday, she told E! News: ''Not yet but you know, maybe it's going to come up. Maybe today here I'm going to find the plans, you never know.''

Irina also revealed her ideal date would include ''a lot of food'' and an ''expensive bottle of champagne, because I'm Russian. I love an expensive bottle of champagne.''

She added: ''Chocolate and [a] cool movie. Like yesterday I saw 'Pretty Woman' and that felt like Valentine's for me. It was really nice.''

Cristiano and Irina split over the Christmas period and he is rumoured to have already moved on with Spanish TV presenter Lucia Villalon.

The Portuguese star recently released a statement confirming their split, adding: ''I wish Irina the greatest happiness.''




All the best Irina. God bless.


source:hub.contactmusic.com


By ALLEN G. BREED and MICHAEL BIESECKER | Associated Press

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — If his Facebook page is any indication, Craig Hicks doesn't hate Muslims. An avowed atheist, his online posts instead depict a man who despises religion itself, but nevertheless seems to support an individual's right to his own beliefs.

"I hate Islam just as much as Christianity, but they have the right to worship in this country just as much as any others do," the man now accused of killing three Muslim college students stated in one 2012 post over the proposed construction of a mosque near the World Trade Center site in New York.

Days after the shooting deaths of Deah Shaddy Barakat, 23; his wife, Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha, 21; and her sister, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, 19, a nuanced and sometimes contradictory portrait is emerging of the man charged in their slayings.

Police in Chapel Hill said they have yet to uncover any evidence that Hicks, 46, allegedly acted out of religious animus, though they are investigating the possibility. As a potential motive, they cited a dispute over parking spaces at the condo community where Hicks and two of the victims lived.

Hicks' court-appointed lawyer, Stephen Freedman, said he could not comment on the case. Hicks was being held without bond.

In often publicly posted Facebook rants, Hicks was brazen about his disdain for all faiths. In one post regarding specific texts from the Quran, the Jewish Talmud and the Bible about battling nonbelievers, he wrote: "I wish they would exterminate each other!"

But he was just as passionate about personal freedom and liberty — championing an individual's right to worship or not worship, legal abortion and gay marriage and, perhaps most fervently, the right to own and bear arms. If he has a creed, it's the Second Amendment.

"I guess after the horrible tragedy early this week in Arizona, all Glock pistols will officially be labeled 'assault weapons,'" he wrote following the January 2011 assassination attempt on U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. "While I never cared for Glocks personally, it stinks that anyone would blame a firearm rather than the operator of such firearm for such a terrible act. I think I'll start blaming McDonalds for my weight problem, Christianity for the Ku Klux Klan, and Islam for terrorism."

One post included a photo of a revolver and the warning: "If you are anti-gun, defriend me NOW!!!"

Search warrants filed in court Friday listed a dozen firearms taken from Hicks' condo unit, including four handguns, two shotguns and six rifles — one a military-style AR-15 carbine — and a large cache of ammunition. That's in addition to a pistol the suspect had with him when he turned himself in.

Hicks' 20-year-old daughter from a previous marriage, Sarah Hurley, told The Associated Press that she shut him out of her life permanently years ago "for not only disrespecting the religious beliefs of others but bashing them on social media." She verified that the Facebook page the AP reviewed was Hicks', whom she refuses to even call "father."

He and Cynthia Hurley, who lives outside of Raleigh, were divorced about 17 years ago. She told the AP that back then, Hicks' favorite movie was "Falling Down," the 1993 Michael Douglas film about a laid-off engineer who goes on a shooting rampage.

She described a man who showed her no compassion, but didn't recall him having any particular animosity toward Islam or other religions. Of Christianity, she said, "He went there and did that and chose not to."

"Even after we divorced, we prayed for him every day," said Hurley.

An Illinois native, Hicks moved to North Carolina in 2005. He married again several years later, and he and new wife Karen set up house in her two-bedroom condo in the quiet Finley Forest neighborhood of Chapel Hill. Online, he called Karen "my better half" and "the most wonderful woman in the world, she puts up with me."

"I am very lucky," he told one Facebook friend. "She's incredibly smart also, but she must have a couple wires crossed somewhere to be with me!"

In a news conference after her husband's arrest, Karen Hicks claimed to be as baffled as anyone about how a man who loves the Pittsburgh Steelers, the United States Constitution and dogs — especially his own black and brown mutt, Rocky — could have done something so vicious. She was adamant that the shootings stemmed from a long-simmering dispute over parking at their condo complex, not the victims' faith.

"We were married for seven years, and that is one thing that I do know about him," she said, lips quivering and hands trembling. "He just believed ... everyone is equal. It doesn't matter what you look like or who you are or what you believe."

Her lawyer said divorce proceedings are now underway.

Hicks had worked in auto parts sales for two decades but was studying full time in a paralegal technology program at Durham Technical Community College. He was working on multiple certifications and taking 12 credit hours this semester, said spokeswoman Carver Weaver, who described Hicks as a "diligent student" who "helped other students frequently."

"Sat in the front row. Participated in class. ... He hasn't had any conflicts with students or instructors or any complaints about his behavior."

Hicks was on the president's list, the school's equivalent of the dean's list, Weaver said. He was scheduled to graduate this spring.

Four years ago, while working at a local Harris Teeter grocery store, Hicks was presented with a leadership award for being "an asset to our produce and deli/bakery departments."

"His great attitude and willingness to help in all areas of the store have contributed to a positive environment for our customers as well as our associates," read the yellow certificate, which Hicks posted on Facebook. It went on to list his hobbies: hiking, nature, history, motorcycling and target shooting.

"His primary interest is in dogs. He has volunteered at several animal shelters across the country."

But such descriptions stand in stark contrast to the vitriol Hicks espoused online.

It is unclear when Hicks formed his atheist beliefs. He told his Facebook friends that it came from studying the Christian Bible and other religious texts, and he quoted everyone from Adolf Hitler and John F. Kennedy to pop icon Elton John to make his point.

Beside a graphic asking the question, "Why don't you believe in God?" he wrote: "When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things."

He railed repeatedly against the "fundies" — fundamentalists — and the need to protect the separation of church and state. Alongside an e-card that asked whether the Bible or Quran should be used as the basis for U.S. laws, he wrote: "Remember, neither is more credible."

"I don't want to dispute ones beliefs, unless they try and push such beliefs onto me or another," he wrote.

Next to a graphic on the Mormon church, in which 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney was a bishop, he wrote: "One of these might be our president, says volumes about this country." (He later noted that he planned to vote Democrat, largely because of the party's more open stance on gay rights issues.)

He made few overt references specifically to Islam.

In the past couple of years, much of Hicks' disgust was directed at his neighbors in Finley Forest.

Several people have said Hicks would show up at their door, gun on hip, to complain that their music was too loud or that they or a visitor had parked in someone else spot. He complained so often that the towing company servicing the development banned him from calling.

That didn't stop the confrontations.

According to neighbor Shadi Wehbe, one of the women from the Barakat household came to his door about two weeks ago and asked if he could move his car.

"She said the reason was because someone had left a very nasty note on hers, telling her that she needed to move hers," he said. "It seemed like it kind of rattled her."

One of the victim's fathers, Namee Barakat, told the AP that Hicks also had visited his son's condo previously, flashing his gun as he demanded they stop using visitors' parking spots.

On Monday, Hicks posted a precious video link with his Facebook friends. The clip showed a dachshund puppy, repeatedly dinging a small silver bell with its paw to receive a treat.

"A different take on Pavlov!" he wrote, referring to the famous psychological experiment. "The cutest thing you have seen all day!!"

It was his last post. The following day, according to police, Hicks walked around to the backside of his condo building, entered his neighbors' home and, their friends and family believe, made martyrs of the three young Muslims.


We extend our sympathy to their families, relatives and friends.


RIP


source:Associated Press reporters Jonathan Drew and Emery Dalesio contributed to this report/uk.news.yahoo.com



Pope Francis and Egyptian Coptic Christians (Reuters )

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis expressed deep sadness at the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya, departing from the script of an address on Monday to emphasized the unity of all Christians regardless of the denomination they follow.

Addressing members of the Church of Scotland, the Argentine pope mentioned the killings which took place on a beach in Libya and were filmed and broadcast on Sunday by a website that supports Islamic State militants.

"Their only words were: 'Jesus, help me!' They were killed simply for the fact that they were Christians," Francis said in his native Spanish, departing from the Italian he uses at most formal events.

The leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics, who has said it is "lawful" to stop an unjust aggressor, went on:

"The blood of our Christian brothers and sisters is a testimony which cries out to be heard. It makes no difference whether they be Catholics, Orthodox, Copts or Protestants. They are Christians!"

Francis added: "The martyrs belong to all Christians."

Later on Monday, the Vatican's spokesman said Francis had telephoned the Coptic Pope, Tawadros II, to say he was sharing the pain caused by the "barbaric murder of Christian Copts by Islamic fundamentalists".

Egypt, where Christians make up around a tenth of a predominantly Muslim population, is stepping up its battle against Islamist militants in neighbouring Libya.

The Coptic Church is founded on the teachings of St. Mark, who took Christianity to Egypt in the first century during the reign of the Roman emperor Nero, according to tradition.



We extend our sympathy to their families, relatives and friends.
We hope the perpetrators will be swiftly brought to justice.

RIP


source:Reporting by Isla Binnie/Editing by Mark Heinrich/uk.news.yahoo.com

Monday, February 16, 2015

Elizabeth Olsen

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Sarah Clarke

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Ice-T

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Janet Varney

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LeVar Burton

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Faran Tahir

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Amanda Holden

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Susan Loughnane



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source:imdb.com

Ian Lavender

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Kandis Erickson

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Writers Guild Awards: by Steve Pond

“True Detective” and “Louie” win the WGA’s top television awards.

“The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “The Imitation Game” were named the best original and adapted screenplays of 2014 on Saturday night from the Writers Guild of America, which handed out awards at simultaneous ceremonies in Los Angeles and New York.

Wes Anderson‘s stylish comedy beat a lineup of Oscar screenwriting nominees consisting of “Boyhood,” “Foxcatcher,” “Nightcrawler” and “Whiplash,” while Graham Moore’s screenplay for the drama about mathematician Alan Turing beat its fellow Oscar nominee “American Sniper,” as well as “Gone Girl,” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Wild.”

Although it had won other three major guild awards — the DGA and PGA awards and SAG’s ensemble prize — “Birdman” was not eligible to make it a sweep. Because of WGA rules restricting its awards to films that are made under the guild’s Minimum Basic Agreement or the agreements of several affiliated international guilds, “Birdman” was ineligible for a Writers Guild Award, as was the Oscar-nominated adapted screenplay for “The Theory of Everything.”

“True Detective” won two major TV awards, one for best drama series and one for best new series. “Louie” won the award for comedy series, while an individual episode of that show also won for the best comedy episode. An episode of “The Good Wife” won the award for a drama episode.

“Olive Kitteridge” won the award for an adapted limited series, while “Deliverance Creek” won the award for original limited series.

“Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” won the award for comedy/variety series, while the Golden Globe Awards beat the Tonys and the Spirit Awards as best comedy/variety special.

In other awards, “General Hospital” won for the best daytime drama and an episode of “The Simpsons” won for animation. TV documentary awards went to two reports from “Frontline” and a Diane Sawyer special on Nelson Mandela.

The feature-film documentary award went to “The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz.”

A number of honorary awards were also given out. Shonda Rhimes was given the Paddy Chayevsky Laurel Award for Television Writing Achievement, the late Harold Ramis the Laurel Award for Screenwriting Achievement, Margaret Nagle the Paul Selvin Award, Jeff Melvoin the Norman Cox Award, Pedro Almodovar the Jean Renoir Award for Screenwriting Achievement, Len Uhley the AWC Animation Writing Award and Ben Affleck the Valentine Davies Award for his humanitarian work.


ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
“Boyhood,” Written by Richard Linklater
“Foxcatcher,” Written by E. Max Frye and Dan Futterman
“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Screenplay by Wes Anderson; Story by Wes Anderson & Hugo Guinness *WINNER
“Nightcrawler,” Written by Dan Gilroy
“Whiplash,” Written by Damien Chazelle

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
“American Sniper,” Written by Jason Hall; Based on the book by Chris Kyle with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice
“Gone Girl,” Screenplay by Gillian Flynn; Based on her novel
“Guardians of the Galaxy,” Written by James Gunn and Nicole Perlman; Based on the Marvel comic by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning
“The Imitation Game,” Written by Graham Moore; Based on the book Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges *WINNER
“Wild,” Screenplay by Nick Hornby; Based on the book by Cheryl Strayed

DOCUMENTARY SCREENPLAY
“Finding Vivian Maier,” Written by John Maloof & Charlie Siskel
“The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz,” Written by Brian Knappenberger *WINNER
“Last Days in Vietnam,” Written by Mark Bailey & Kevin McAlester
“Red Army,” Written by Gabe Polsky

DRAMA SERIES
Game of Thrones, Written by David Benioff, Bryan Cogman, George R.R. Martin, D.B. Weiss
The Good Wife, Written by Leonard Dick, Keith Eisner, Matthew Hodgson, Ted Humphrey, Michelle King, Robert King, Erica Shelton Kodish, Matthew Montoya, Luke Schelhaas, Nichelle Tramble Spellman, Craig Turk, Julia Wolfe
House of Cards, Written by Bill Cain, Laura Eason, Sam R. Forman, William Kennedy, Kenneth Lin, John Mankiewicz, David Manson, Beau Willimon
Mad Men, Written by Heather Jeng Bladt, Semi Chellas, Jonathan Igla, David Iserson, Erin Levy, Matthew Weiner, Carly Wray
True Detective, Written by Nic Pizzolatto *WINNER

COMEDY SERIES
Louie, Written by Louis CK *WINNER
Orange Is the New Black, Written by Stephen Falk, Sian Heder, Tara Herrmann, Sara Hess, Nick Jones, Jenji Kohan, Lauren Morelli, Alex Regnery, Hartley Voss
Silicon Valley, Written by John Altschuler, Alec Berg, Matteo Borghese, Jessica Gao, Mike Judge, Dave Krinsky, Carson Mell, Dan O’Keefe, Clay Tarver, Rob Turbovsky, Ron Weiner
Transparent, Written by Bridget Bedard, Micah Fitzerman-Blue, Noah Harpster, Ethan Kuperberg, Ali Liebegott, Faith Soloway, Jill Soloway
Veep, Written by Simon Blackwell, Kevin Cecil, Roger Drew, Sean Gray, Armando Iannucci, Ian Martin, Georgia Pritchett, David Quantick, Andy Riley, Tony Roche, Will Smith

NEW SERIES
The Affair, Written by Dan LeFranc, Hagai Levi, Melanie Marnich, Eric Overmyer, Kate Robin, Sarah Treem
The Knick, Written by Jack Amiel, Michael Begler, Steven Katz
Silicon Valley, Written by John Altschuler, Alec Berg, Matteo Borghese, Jessica Gao, Mike Judge, Dave Krinsky, Carson Mell, Dan O’Keefe, Clay Tarver, Rob Turbovsky, Ron Weiner
Transparent, Written by Bridget Bedard, Micah Fitzerman-Blue, Noah Harpster, Ethan Kuperberg, Ali Liebegott, Faith Soloway, Jill Soloway
True Detective, Written by Nic Pizzolatto *WINNER

LONG FORM ORIGINAL
Deliverance Creek, Written by Melissa Carter *WINNER
Return to Zero, Written by Sean Hanish

LONG FORM ADAPTED
Houdini, Written by Nicholas Meyer; Based on the book Houdini: A Mind in Chains: A Psychoanalytic Portrait by Bernard C. Meyer, M.D.
Klondike, Parts One, Three and Six, Teleplay by Paul T. Scheuring, Parts Two, Four and Five, Teleplay by Josh Goldin & Rachel Abramowitz, Based on the book Gold Diggers by Charlotte Gray
The Normal Heart, Teleplay by Larry Kramer, Based on his play The Normal Heart
Olive Kitteridge, Teleplay by Jane Anderson, Based on the novel by Elizabeth Strout *WINNER
“Pilot” (The Leftovers), Teleplay by Damon Lindelof & Tom Perrotta, Based on the book by Tom Perrotta

SHORT FORM NEW MEDIA – ORIGINAL
“Apocalypse No” (Bad Shorts), Written by Ben Zelevansky
“City of Angels” (Caper), Written by Amy Berg & Mike Sizemore
“Episode 1 – Nature” (F To 7th), Written by Ingrid Jungermann
“Episode 113: Rachel” (High Maintenance), Written by Katja Blichfeld & Ben Sinclair *WINNER
“Episode 204″ (Vicky and Lysander), Written by Damon Cardasis and Shannon Walker
“Episode 207″ (Vicky and Lysander), Written by Damon Cardasis and Shannon Walker

ANIMATION
“Bob and Deliver” (Bob’s Burgers), Written by Greg Thompson
“Brick Like Me” (The Simpsons), Written by Brian Kelley *WINNER
“Covercraft” (The Simpsons), Written by Matt Selman
“Pay Pal” (The Simpsons), Written by David Steinberg
“Steal This Episode” (The Simpsons), Written by J. Stewart Burns
“Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl” (Bob’s Burgers), Written by Nora Smit

EPISODIC DRAMA
“A Day’s Work” (Mad Men), Written by Jonathan Igla and Matthew Weiner
“Devil You Know” (Boardwalk Empire), Written by Howard Korder
“Donald the Normal” (Rectify), Written by Kate Powers & Ray McKinnon
“Friendless Child” (Boardwalk Empire), Written by Riccardo DiLoreto & Cristine Chambers and Howard Korder
“The Last Call” (The Good Wife), Written by Robert King & Michelle King *WINNER
“The Lion and the Rose” (Game of Thrones), Written for Television by George R.R. Martin

EPISODIC COMEDY
“The Cold” (Modern Family), Written by Rick Wiener & Kenny Schwartz
“Landline” (New Girl), Written by Rob Rosell
“Low Self Esteem City” (Orange Is the New Black), Written by Nick Jones
“So Did the Fat Lady” (Louie), Written by Louis C.K. *WINNER
“Three Dinners” (Modern Family), Written by Abraham Higginbotham & Steven Levitan & Jeffrey Richman
“The Wilderness” (Transparent), Written by Ethan Kuperberg

COMEDY / VARIETY (INCLUDING TALK) – SERIES
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Writers: Rory Albanese, Dan Amira, Steve Bodow, Tim Carvell, Travon Free, Hallie Haglund, JR Havlan, Elliott Kalan, Matt Koff, Adam Lowitt, Dan McCoy, Jo Miller, John Oliver, Zhubin Parang, Owen Parsons, Daniel Radosh, Lauren Sarver, Jon Stewart, Delaney Yeager
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Writers: Kevin Avery, Tim Carvell, Dan Gurewitch, Geoff Haggerty, Jeff Maurer, John Oliver, Scott Sherman, Will Tracy, Jill Twiss, Juli Weiner *WINNERS
Inside Amy Schumer, Head Writer: Jessi Klein Writers: Emily Altman, Jeremy Beiler, Neil Casey, Kyle Dunnigan, Kurt Metzger, Christine Nangle, Dan Powell, Amy Schumer
The Colbert Report, Writers: Michael Brumm, Nate Charny, Aaron Cohen, Stephen Colbert, Rich Dahm, Paul Dinello, Eric Drysdale, Rob Dubbin, Ariel Dumas, Glenn Eichler, Gabe Gronli, Barry Julien, Jay Katsir, Sam Kim, Matt Lappin, Opus Moreschi, Tom Purcell, Meredith Scardino, Max Werner
Jimmy Kimmel Live, Head Writers: Molly McNearney, Danny Ricker, Gary Greenberg Writers: Jack Allison, Tony Barbieri, Jonathan Bines, Joelle Boucai, Josh Halloway, Sal Iacono, Eric Immerman, Bess Kalb, Jimmy Kimmel, Jeff Loveness, Bryan Paulk, Rick Rosner, Bridger Winegar
Saturday Night Live, Head Writers: Seth Meyers, Colin Jost, Rob Klein, Bryan Tucker Writers: James Anderson, Alex Baze, Michael Che, Mikey Day, Steve Higgins, Leslie Jones, Zach Kanin, Chris Kelly, Erik Kenward, Lorne Michaels, Claire Mulaney, Josh Patten, Paula Pell, Katie Rich, Tim Robinson, Sarah Schneider, Pete Schultz, John Solomon, Kent Sublette, Lakendra Tookes
Real Time with Bill Maher, Head Writer: Billy Martin Writers: Scott Carter, Adam Felber, Matt Gunn, Brian Jacobsmeyer, Jay Jaroch, Chris Kelly, Bill Maher, Danny Vermont

COMEDY / VARIETY – MUSIC, AWARDS, TRIBUTES – SPECIALS
The 68th Annual Tony Awards, Written by Dave Boone; Special Material by Jon Macks
71st Annual Golden Globe Awards, Written by Barry Adelman; Special Material by Alex Baze, Dave Boone, Robert Carlock, Tina Fey, Jon Macks, Sam Means, Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler, Mike Shoemaker *WINNER
2014 Film Independent Spirit Awards, Written by Gerry Duggan, Wayne Federman, Patton Oswalt, Erik Weiner
Bill Maher: Live from D.C., Written by Bill Maher
Sarah Silverman: We Are Miracles, Written by Sarah Silverman

DAYTIME DRAMA
Days of Our Lives, Written by Lorraine Broderick, David Cherrill, Carolyn Culliton, Richard Culliton, Rick Draughon, Christopher Dunn, Janet Iacobuzio, Ryan Quan, Dave Ryan, Melissa Salmons, Christopher Whitesell
General Hospital, Written by Ron Carlivati, Anna Theresa Cascio, Suzanne Flynn, Kate Hall, Elizabeth Korte, Daniel James O’Connor, Elizabeth Page, Katherine Schock, Scott Sickles, Chris Van Etten *WINNER

CHILDREN’S SCRIPT – EPISODIC AND SPECIALS
“Girl Meets 1961″ (Girl Meets World), Written by Matthew Nelson
“Haunted Heartthrob” (Haunted Hathaways), Written by Bob Smiley *WINNER
“Haunted Sisters” (Haunted Hathaways), Written by Boyce Bugliari & Jamie McLaughlin

QUIZ AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
Hollywood Game Night, Head Writer: Grant Taylor; Writers: Alex Chauvin, Ann Slichter *WINNER
Jeopardy!, Written by John Duarte, Harry Friedman, Mark Gaberman, Debbie Griffin, Michele Loud, Robert McClenaghan, Jim Rhine, Steve D. Tamerius, Billy Wisse

DOCUMENTARY SCRIPT – CURRENT EVENTS
“Losing Iraq” (Frontline), Written by Michael Kirk & Mike Wiser
“United States of Secrets: Privacy Lost (Part Two)” (Frontline), Written by Martin Smith
“United States of Secrets: The Program (Part One)” (Frontline); PBS; Written by Michael Kirk & Mike Wiser *WINNER

DOCUMENTARY SCRIPT – OTHER THAN CURRENT EVENTS
“Episode Five: The Rising Road (1933-1939)” (The Roosevelts: An Intimate History), Written by Geoffrey C. Ward
“League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis” (Frontline), Written by Michael Kirk & Mike Wiser *WINNER
“Standing Up in the Milky Way (Episode 1)” (COSMOS: A Space Time Odyssey), Written by Ann Druyan and Steven Soter

TV NEWS SCRIPT – REGULARLY SCHEDULED, BULLETIN, OR BREAKING REPORT
“50th Anniversary of JFK’s Assassination” (CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley), Written by Jerry Cipriano, Joe Clines
CBS This Morning, Written by Duane Tollison, Chip Sorrentino, Bruce Meyer, Bill Crowley
“Nelson Mandela: A Man Who Changed the World” (World News with Diane Sawyer), Written by Diane Sawyer, Lisa Ferri, Dave Bloch *WINNER

TV NEWS SCRIPT – ANALYSIS, FEATURE, OR COMMENTARY
“Nowhere to Go” (60 Minutes), Written by Scott Pelley, Oriana Zill de Granados & Michael Rey *WINNER

RADIO NOMINEES

RADIO DOCUMENTARY
“Three Shots Rang Out: The JFK Assassination 50 Years Later,” Written by Darren Reynolds *WINNER

RADIO NEWS SCRIPT – REGULARLY SCHEDULED, BULLETIN, OR BREAKING REPORT
“6AM News,” Written by Philip Pilato; 1010 WINS Radio
“8PM Hour,” Written by Robert Hawley; WCBS-AM
“New York City Loses a Radio News Legend,” Written by Bill Spadaro
“World News This Week,” Written by Andrew Evans *WINNER

RADIO NEWS SCRIPT – ANALYSIS, FEATURE, OR COMMENTARY
“Civil Rights at 50,” Written by Jane Tillman Irving *WINNER
“Remembering Nelson Mandela,” Written by Gail Lee

PROMOTIONAL WRITING NOMINEES

ON-AIR PROMOTION (TELEVISION, NEW MEDIA OR RADIO)
“How I Met Your Mother,” Written by Dan Greenberger *WINNER
“WABC-TV On-Air Promos,” Written by Brandon Nelson

VIDEOGAME WRITING
Alien: Isolation, written by Dan Abnett, Dion Lay
Assassin’s Creed: Freedom Cry, lead scriptwriter Jill Murray; scriptwriter Melissa MacCoubrey; story by Jill Murray, Hugo Giard, Wesley Pincombe
Assassin’s Creed: Unity, story by Alexandre Amancio, Sylvain Bernard, Travis Stout; scriptwriting Alexandre Amancio, Travis Stout, Russell Lees, Darby McDevitt, Ceri Young; additional scriptwriting Jeffrey Yohalem
The Last Of Us: Left Behind written by Neil Druckmann *WINNER



Congrats to all of you. God bless.


source:thewrap.com