Trump’s caravan of chaos

Trump's caravan of chaos The president led a motley crew through 2018 Steve Brodner Washington Post December 23 2018, p. B2 https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2018/outlook/amp-stories/trump-caravan-of-chaos/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Big Planet Special holiday hours

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Cavna on Superman: The Movie

How 'Superman' gave rise to superhero movies 40 years ago [in print as 'Superman' gave rise to the heroes we know]. By Michael Cavna Washington Post December 17 2018, p. C1, 3. online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/arts-entertainment/2018/12/15/how-superman-gave-rise-superhero-movies-years-ago-helped-by-christopher-reeve-white-house/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The Post on the death of Mrs. Dr. Seuss

Audrey Geisel, caretaker of the Dr. Seuss literary estate, dies at 97 [in print as Audrey Geisel, 97; Dr. Seuss's widow and the protector of his estate]. Washington Post December 22 2018, p. B5 https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/obituaries/audrey-geisel-caretaker-of-the-dr-seuss-literary-estate-dies-at-97/2018/12/21/188c5810-054e-11e9-9122-82e98f91ee6f_story.html [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The Post on Aquaman

'Aquaman' dazzles the eye, but it's really exhausting to watch [in print as Hard to catch breath in this underwater adventure]. By Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post December 21 2018 online at https://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/movies/aquaman-dazzles-the-eye-but-its-really-exhausting-to-watch/2018/12/19/33de3fa6-fe65-11e8-ad40-cdfd0e0dd65a_story.html 'Aquaman' is packed to the gills — and that's not a good thing [in print as Packed t...
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Superman Family #184 - Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Superman Family v1 #184, 1977 - The Prankster finds himself in the grip of an enraged Superman, even as his friends and colleagues look on. The look of horror on their faces is effectively captured and enhanced by Neal Adams. Notice how the background turns red hot, reinforcing the hero's homicidal fury. Other artists in this issue include Jose Delbo, Steve Mitchell, Bill Draut, Ken [Author: Ted F]
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The Texan #8 - Matt Baker art & cover

Matt Baker The Texan v1 #8, 1950 - In both Matt Baker stories, pages are heavily worded and panels are overly crowded. The opening splash of the first tale, however, is unique in its scale and complexity of layout. A frontier woman comes to the aid a young indian. Her hand is outstretched, pointing toward the violent scene. Baker lovingly details her dress, increasing the sense of movement. [Author: Ted F]
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Cardi B Explains Jet Ski Photo With Offset: “I Just Had to Get F**ked. That’s All.”

Cardi B says she has a perfect explanation as to why she got back together with Offset (temporarily) and why we saw them all “boo’d up” on a Jet Ski a few days ago.The “Money” rapper, who announced her split with her husband of a little over a year earlier this month, took to Instagram to address the photos that surfaced showing her and the Migos rapper riding on a Jet Ski in San Juan Friday (Dec. 21) ahead of her performance in Puerto Rico at the Electric Holiday festival, explaining that it wa...
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Will I Be Single Forever?

I enjoyed Suppli, one of the rare josei manga series releases in the US, so when I heard that Viz was putting out a digital-only release of a single volume by artist Mari Okazaki, I knew I had to check it out. Will I Be Single Forever?, based on an essay by Mami Amamiya, mines the familiar territory of how badly adult single women are treated for not following the expected path of marriage and motherhood. The various ladies here [...]
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Review: Sobibor

— by RON WILKINSON — Superficially the story of one of the worst Nazi death camps in the history of the holocaust, this is a story of extraordinary courage. Not only were Nazi death camp victims tortured and worked to death, they were brainwashed into thinking they had no alternative. The power structure was able […]
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Netflix’s movie chief takes aim at Hollywood’s heart

Scott Stuber's mandate is to make the streaming service’s original film lineup as formidable as its television operation. His operation is set up to supply 55 original films a year, including some with budgets as high as $200 million.
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Review: Isle of Dogs

— by BEV QUESTAD — Up for Best Animated Film on all the award lists, just about everything about this creative film is a winner. From the drumbeat score, to the combination of animation technology strategies used to get adorable, realistic dogs, to the great story about compassion and seeing the truth, (coincidentally analogous to […]
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Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Roma’ might be the best movie of the year

A number of critics have declared that “Roma” is the best movie of the year. Naturally, we had to weigh in on the latest episode of the Original Content podcast. Director Alfonso Cuarón’s recent (and excellent) films were all fantasy and science fiction films (“Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” “Children of Men” and “Gravity”), but with “Roma,” he returns to the realist mode of his breakthrough “Y Tu Mamá También.” Here, Cuarón tells the story of his childhood in Mexico City — but throu...
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Wonder Woman 1984 Wraps Production

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Wonder Woman 1984 wraps production Arriving online with an early Christmas present for everyone, Wonder Woman herself Gal Gadot has revealed that principal photography has wrapped on the upcoming sequel, Wonder Woman 1984. Production took place in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Virginia, and in the UK, Spain and the Canary Islands. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh ||...
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Alexa Snooping, Robot Takeovers, and FBI Surveillance: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

The holidays are nigh, and this year’s naughty list is long indeed—and from revelations of reckless privacy violations over at Facebook headquarters and continued labor abuses at Amazon to the generally terrible way humanity has treated our homeworld, your erstwhile chroniclers at Gizmodo have been adding names to it…Read more...
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/Filmcast Ep. 498 – Aquaman

David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss James Wan’s Aquaman and rank the DCEU films thus far. Check out Hoai-Tran Bui’s review of Aquaman, Matt Zoller Seitz’s review of Aquaman, and Nate Jones spoiler-y write-up of what Julie Andrews does in this film. Listen to David’s other podcast Write Along with writer C. Robert Cargill and Devindra’s new podcast Know More Tech, answering your question on the latest gadgets. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicem...
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Beyoncé Shares Rare Photos of Twins Rumi & Sir Carter From Trip to India

Beyoncé recently updated her website with a bunch of new photos and offered us a rare glimpse into her private life by sharing never before seen pics of her twin babies Rumi and Sir Carter.Documenting her recent trip to India, where she performed at a lavish wedding for the daughter of a multi-billionaire, Queen Bey posted two new photos featuring Rumi and Sir.In one of the photos (above), the 37-year-old pop icon can be seen standing on what looks like a secluded beach, smiling and lifting Rumi...
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Hanekawa Tsubasa Cosplay By Saki Miyamoto Has Twice The Pussy

Monogatari’s Hanekawa Tsubasa and her perfect cat-form have been recreated in the real world by cosplayer Saki Miyamoto, with the decision to wear the popular cat keyhole lingerie likely to boost the sex appeal of her display a considerable degree. Saki Miyamoto’s luscious cosplay:
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Best new shows and movies to stream: ‘First Reformed,’ ‘Springsteen on Broadway’

Need something to watch this weekend? Check out our list of the best new shows and movies to stream right now. On the list this week: Bruce Springsteen's acclaimed Broadway show, Paul Schrader's masterful First Reformed, and more. The post Best new shows and movies to stream: ‘First Reformed,’ ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Meghan Trainor weds actor Daryl Sabara on her 25th birthday

NEW YORK (AP) — Meghan Trainor has wed actor Daryl Sabara in nuptial exchanged at the couple’s Los Angeles home. A publicist for the Grammy-winning singer on Sunday confirmed the two married Saturday. People magazine first reported the wedding . It says about 100 guests attended the private backyard ceremony. It was also Trainor’s 25th […]
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‘Aquaman’ Is the Big Finale in a Strong Year for the Box Office

Is Netflix killing ticket sales? Not this year. They are expected to hit $11.8 billion, a 6 percent increase from 2017.
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What's That Playing On the Radio?

It hurts me when people disparage Grease. Party because I love it dearly (and have done it three times!), and partly because almost everyone -- including people who love it -- underestimate both the show's authenticity and the writing craft.It's so much better and darker and smarter and subtler than you think.Many people scoff, but it's true -- the score of Grease is remarkable in its craft and authenticity, even referencing actual songs of the period. Many of the actual period songs that influ...
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Aquaman Defeats Mary Poppins Returns in Pre-Christmas Weekend Box Office

The DC Comics film earned $67.4 million over the weekend
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To Love-Ru Konjiki no Yami Cosplay Very Horny

To Love-Ru’s Konjiki no Yami is one of the most popular characters of the ecchi comedy franchise. Cosplayer Atsuki has decided to portray the more “horny” version of the shape-shifting assassin for the enjoyment of fans. More of the cosplay, completely enveloped in darkness:
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Ring in the Holidays with Fox's Stop-Motion 'Predator Holiday Special'

"Looks like someone's staying on the naughty list… Larry, light him up!!" What the craziness is this?! 20th Century Fox has released an extra-violent, stop-motion animated short film titled The Predator Holiday Special. And it's actually all kinds of awesome. The funny short is just a new mash-up of Predator and the classic "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" animated TV movie, telling a story about a Predator invading the North Pole - but Santa has an elite defense force of his own that jumps ...
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FACING YOUR FEARS: PART 2 - A Breath of Fresh Air

It had been a couple of weeks from the time I'd  braved the ice. My first foray was the most difficult. It had been a long time coming, a lot of pain and a few more years had floated under the bridge. I chronicled that event in my last blog, and then life started moving quickly as I found myself facing my immanent retirement. Skating outdoors was the next step in my three-part return to achieving my "Bucket List" dream, but the weather had not been particularly conducive to doing that, and...
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No Nonsense Amateur Radio Podcast Episode #9 – Amateur Radio 2.0 with Ward Silver, N0AX

On this episode, Dan, KB6NU, and Tom, KB5RF, talk with Ward Silver, N0AX, about his views on the future of amateur radio. Ward is an active contester and DXer, editor of the ARRL Handbook, author of Ham Radio for Dummies, a contributing editor to QST, and the author of many other books and articles. He frequently speaks about this topic at amateur radio conventions. Show notes: Ham Radio: Now What? – A talk at the 2016 MicroHams Digital Conference“Ham Radio Put to Work” – Nuts & ...
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How Long After ‘The Last Jedi’ Does ‘Star Wars Episode 9’ Take Place? John Boyega Has the Answer

As has become customary with any new Star Wars saga film, very little is known about what is coming in the final chapter of the Skywalker saga. Star Wars Episode 9 is currently in production, and very few secrets are making their way on to the web, which isn’t surprising since Mark Hamill recently compared the secrecy surrounding the franchise as something akin to being in the CIA. But with rumblings of a teaser trailer not far off, one new detail has emerged about the Star Wars Episode 9 setti...
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Monsters & Tentacles Reign In Venus Blood -BRAVE-

Pure and innocent women have been beset upon by ravenous monsters with Venus Blood -Brave-‘s debut episode, causing the heroine to come save them as she gets captured herself and violated by tentacles (and even birthing an egg to appeal to those with more extreme fetishes). Omake:
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Meet the Real Estate Tech Exec: Prem Khatri at Chetu

In our latest real estate tech executive interview, we’re speaking with Prem Khatri at Chetu. Without further ado… What do you do? Chetu is a custom software development company, servicing a myriad of industries across the IT spectrum for the past 18 years. These industries range from real estate to gaming, with things like payments, healthcare, and retail falling in between. The solutions we provide are as diverse as the industries we tend to. The operations team is very much the engine of ...
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