Momento Latino Moments: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Becomes Youngest Woman Elected to Congress

Celebrating the inspiring achievements of AOC. Today, we celebrate Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her inspiring career path. The youngest woman ever elected to Congress, AOC is making noise in all of the best ways. Join us and Momento Latino for Essential Heroes: A Momento Latino Event, a special devoted to celebrating this country’s diversity, focusing on Latinx culture. This exploration of the Latinx experience as told by Latinx voices will feature musical performances, comed...
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Falls Church's Ted White remembers Dick Lupoff

Richard Lupoff: A Remembrance BY Ted White Oct 26, 2020 http://www.tcj.com/richard-lupoff-a-remembrance/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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Willie Nelson, Dracula, and Boy's Love - quick book reviews

 by Mike RhodeThere's a very minor thread linking all of these books - men kissing other men, although Dracula... you can't really call his assault "kissing." Willie Nelson : A Graphic History by T.J. Kirsch with Jesse Lonergan, Jeremy Massie, Havard S. Johansen, Coskun Kuzgun, Jason Pittman, J. T. Yost, and Adam Walmsley, NBM. 7 ½ x10, 88pp., B&W, HC, $16.99; ISBN 9781681122625; ebook: $11.99, ISBN 9781681122632  NBM offered me a review copy, but I had already bought the book from my LCS. ...
Tags: Amazon, Comics, Music, Japan, Heavy Metal, Country Music, California, Horror, US, Los Angeles, Book Review, Vienna, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Biography, Harmony

Library of Congress buys Nina Allender's cartoons

Women's history shrine donates trove of artifacts to Library of Congress and National Park Service [in print as New home for women's history] Michael E. Ruane Washington Post Oct. 26, 2020 p. B1, 4 https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/10/25/womens-history-donation-vote-suffrage/ "The library also purchased the party's set of 167 political cartoons by women's rights artist Nina E. Allender. A spokesman declined to reveal the price. The cartoons arri...
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Hatfield on Ha

Charles Hatfield reviews Robin Ha's Almost American Girl today at his KinderComics blog. [Author: Mike Rhode]
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The Eternally Depraved Shikiyoku Infinite Has Sex as a Family

The promiscuity of Shikiyoku Infinite’s mother and daughter is seemingly unstoppable as the two sex-hungry predators are simply unable to resist their natural urges, the women at least spending some quality time together as a family in their sexual pursuits. The pent-up lust of some new office girls is also unleashed in the episode: Omake:
Tags: Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Ahegao, Mizugi, Mizuryuu Kei, Shikiyoku INFINITE

Fast Food & Russian Interference: Best Presidency Ever

On this episode of BEST PRESIDENCY EVER, we look at the funniest f*ck ups made by Trump and his Administration Ever have a day where you feel like you’re bad at everything? For an instant confidence boost - just take a look at how Trump and his administration has handled his entire presidency. You’ll instantly feel A LOT better about yourself. On this episode of The Best PRESIDENCY EVER, we’ve gathered our favorite funny people to reflect on Trump’s dumbest decisions and help YOU decide ...
Tags: White House, Humor, Funny Or Die, Trump, Clemson Tigers, Joel Stein, Trump Administration, Jonathan Burns, Karen Hamilton, Henry R Muñoz, Isaac Feder Co, Charlie Forsgren, Marci Rosenberg, Henry R Muñoz III Head, Dave Thomason, Jocelyn Richard

An Open Letter to the Toddler Who Called Me Ugly at the Grocery Store

Getty Images I don’t care how old you are, you suck Dear Toddler with some pretty Loud Opinions, First and foremost, the fact that you most certainly cannot read yet must be acknowledged, so before I begin I’d like to please request that your parents or whoever is in charge of wiping your butt recite this letter to you on my behalf. Preferably after naptime, because you should be sharp and attentive while you listen to this. You owe me that much. Our first exchange occurred in the Past...
Tags: Chobani, Humor, Margot, Ralph, Sloane, Robbie, Gelson, Bertolli, Sloane Hughes

New Release Review [Cinema/Digital] - RELIC

An elderly woman begins to behave in a way that suggests something more than the onset of senility. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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‘Selena: The Series’ Trailer: A Tejano Star is Born in New Netflix Series

Get ready to bidi bidi bom bom your way to Netflix this December for Selena: The Series, the drama series adaptation of the life of Selena Quintanilla, the “Queen of Tejano Music” whose meteoric career was tragically cut short. Netflix has released the official Selena: The Series trailer, which you can watch (and groove to) below. Selena The Series Trailer After the major success of the 1997 Selena, which earned star Jennifer Lopez a Golden Globe nomination and launched the actress-sing...
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The Cape Canaveral Monsters! (1960)

32 Days of Halloween XIIIMovie Night #27 So…you ever wonder if something you’re looking at is some elaborate hoax? When seeking more information about tonight’s entry, I found that Wikipedia (which is always right) has conflicting stories about who might own the copyright or if it’s in the public domain. It seems like some of the people in the cast and crew…nobody’s sure if they ever worked again or what their relationships were to each other. No info on budget and no contemporary re...
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Re: [email protected] at Songs of Tokyo Festival 2020

Songs of Tokyo Festival is an annual1 special program from NHK World, as part of its Songs of Tokyo TV segment. Songs of Tokyo showcases Japanese music acts with translation and feedback from global fans. Now that its 2020 fest had the ON AIR moment last weekend, it is free on demand viewing online here. The VOD expires January 31, 2021. While Songs of Tokyo and the associated festivals have been going on for some time, it’s always pretty wild to catch the artists on domestic TV that I had to...
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Superhero Bits: First Look at Red Hood in ‘Titans’, ‘Blade’ Could Have Been a TV Show Again & More

Want a glimpse at Red Hood in the third season of Titans? What updates are coming up for Marvel’s Avengers? Is it too early for the Spider-Verse to come to the MCU? Did you know Blade was being developed as a TV series before Mahershala Ali came along? Where has The Batman been shooting in Chicago? Which Marvel movie moments were lifted straight from Marvel Comics? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Here’s Marvel’s Voices: Indigenous Voices trailer honoring National Nati...
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‘The Midnight Sky’ Teaser Asks “Is Anyone Out There?” Ahead of This Week’s Full Trailer

George Clooney‘s new Netflix movie The Midnight Sky is dropping its full trailer later this week. But first, here’s an enigmatic little teaser that gives absolutely nothing away, but does put Clooney’s name in big letters. It’s the teasiest of teasers – 43 seconds of footage that essentially winks at the audience and says, “Check back with us later!” In the film, Clooney plays a scientist trying to stop a group of astronauts from returning to Earth because of a global catastrophe. Watch The Mid...
Tags: Viola Davis, Movies, Sci-fi, Earth, Netflix, Arctic, George-Clooney, Movie Trailers, Jupiter, David Fincher, Iris, Chadwick Boseman, Clooney, Sullivan, Ma Rainey, Mission Control

Iwa Kakeru Sport Climbing Girls Lovingly Caresses Some Feet

More yanking, pulling, and heaving has been witnessed in Iwa Kakeru Sport Climbing Girls as all the muscular girls train themselves further, the show igniting rivalries as more competent girls make themselves known; foot fetishists might also be appreciative of the slight foot fondling present in the episode too. Omake:
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‘Becoming You’ Trailer: Apple TV+ Follows 100 children for 2000 Days to Tell “The Story of Us”

The new Apple TV+ docuseries Becoming You follows 100 children from all over the world for 2000 days. What do these kids do in that time? They open a wormhole to another universe and unleash the Great Old Ones! Oh, no, I’m sorry, that’s not what happens at all. Instead, the docuseries hopes to offer a “thought-provoking look at how children learn to think, speak and move from birth to five-years-old,” and how that shapes them as human beings. Watch the Becoming You trailer below! Becoming Y...
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‘Avatar 2’ Behind-the-Scenes Photo Has Kate Winslet Taking a Dive

Another day, another goofy Avatar 2 behind-the-scenes photo. Since so much of James Cameron‘s long-awaited sequel is going to be created digitally, much of the behind-the-scenes imagery has looked rather silly, with actors in motion-capture suits floating in big water tanks. And this latest image – which features Kate Winslet posing like Dracula at the YMCA pool, is no exception. I know the week just started, but I can already tell it’s going to be a rough one. With the election fast approa...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Kate-Winslet, Batman, Sigourney Weaver, James Cameron, Avatar 2, Vin Diesel, Winslet, Dracula, YMCA, Matt Gerald

Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 3 Recap: Alaska

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Fear the Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 3 Recap: Alaska In episode 6.03 of Fear the Walking Dead titled “Alaska,” Al and Dwight go rogue on a recon mission for Virginia to follow a lead thought lost, but Al must choose between what she has now and what she’s chasing. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCook...
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Idris Elba Film ‘Concrete Cowboy’ Will Trot Onto Netflix in 2021

Idris Elba (The Wire, Beasts of No Nation) will be appearing as Bloodsport in James Gunn’s comic book movie The Suicide Squad next year, but he’ll be headlining a far more low key project in 2021 as well. Concrete Cowboy, a family drama starring Elba and Caleb McLaughlin (Lucas from Stranger Things), made its debut on this year’s film festival circuit and has now been picked up by Netflix. The streamer will release the movie on its platform sometime in 2021. CONCRETE COWBOY — starring Idris...
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Richard Pryor Biopic to Be Written and Directed by ‘Black-ish’ Creator Kenya Barris

In 2009, Eddie Murphy was set to star in a Richard Pryor biopic for Dreamgirls director Bill Condon. Years later, Mike Epps was supposed to play Pryor for filmmaker Lee Daniels. Neither of those versions never ended up happening, but Hollywood is still itching to mine comedic and dramatic glory from Pryor’s whirlwind life. Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is the latest person to take a swing at a Pryor biopic. A new report says Barris will write the script and make his feature directorial debut w...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Kenya, Biopics, Mel Brooks, Bill Condon, MGM, True Story, Lee Daniels, Eddie Murphy, Brewster, Sanford, Mike Epps, Richard Pryor

Who says CW isn’t scary?

This photo courtesy of KK7DEB and Multnomah County ARES. HAPPY HALLOWEEN! The post Who says CW isn’t scary? appeared first on KB6NU's Ham Radio Blog.
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Review: Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You

— by RON WILKINSON — The Boss is back. Almost 60 years after heading up his high school band, the Castiles, on the Jersey Shore, what stands before you is a rock survivor. As the camera pokes its head into the recording studio to film Bruce and the E-Street Band recording their new album “Letter […]
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Multitudes of Americans considering leaving US after election

Redfin found that 16 percent of Americans would consider leaving the U.S. if their preferred presidential candidate loses in November. That's up from just 9 percent four years ago
Tags: Politics, Voting, US, Joe Biden, Analysis, Radio, Election, Donald Trump, Redfin, Markets & Economy, News Brief, Pandemic, Election Day, Daryl Fairweather, Coronavirus, COVID

First Mando Monday: New ‘The Mandalorian’ Action Figures, Artwork, Sneakers & More Revealed

During the upcoming second season of The Mandalorian, every week will have a special “Mando Monday” reveal with new merchandise tied to the live-action Star Wars series on Disney+. With the second season premiere coming up this Friday, this week brought the first Mando Monday, and while there weren’t any merchandise reveals that provided any insights into the show’s story, it does have a some fantastic new The Mandalorian action figures, officially licensed artwork, Adidas sneakers, and much mo...
Tags: Amazon, Art, Toys, Television, Movies, Sci-fi, Disney, Adidas, Walmart, Gear, Sequels, Hasbro, Darth Vader, Lucasfilm, Collectibles, Cool Stuff

Enter ComingSoon’s Halloween Horror Movie Giveaway from Paramount!

Enter ComingSoon’s Halloween Horror Movie Giveaway from Paramount! Paramount has provided ComingSoon.net with a HUGE Halloween prize pack for one lucky winner as well as almost-as-lucky second and third place winners! To enter all you have to do is send us a photo of YOUR HORROR COLLECTION! It can consist of movies, collectibles, books, clothes… whichever way you represent horror on your shelf, send us the photo! RELATED: CS Recommends: Killdozer, Plus Other Classic Horror! ...
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Jamie Foxx Mourns Death of Sister DeOndra Dixon: “My Heart is Shattered Into a Million Pieces”

Jamie Foxx is mourning the death of his younger sister, Deondra Dixon, who passed away last Monday (Oct. 19) at the age of 36. The Oscar-winning actor revealed the sad news on Instagram on Monday (Oct. 26), sharing a black-and-white photo of himself with his sister, who lived with Downs Syndrome. “My heart is shattered into a million pieces… my beautiful loving sister Deondra has transitioned…,” Foxx wrote. “I say transitioned because she will always be alive… anyone who knew my sis… knew that...
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‘The Spaceman of Bohemia’ Will Unite the Director of ‘Chernobyl’ With Adam Sandler

Adam Sandler is heading to space in his next Netflix movie. But despite its somewhat goofy title, The Spaceman of Bohemia will not be a comedy like Hubie Halloween, Murder Mystery, or The Ridiculous 6. Instead, it’s a drama that’s being directed by Johan Renck, the filmmaker behind HBO’s excellent, ultra-serious limited series Chernobyl. Talk about an unexpected combination of elements. Deadline reports that Johan Renck (Breaking Bad, The Walking Dead, Vikings) is set to direct The Spaceman o...
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The Sims 4 Developers Censor “Rising Sun” & Bowing to Shrines

Yet another developer has caved to the complaints of whining individuals as this time the people in charge of The Sims 4 have announced they will disallow players from having their Sims bow at shrines, in addition to removing the patterns on some clothing. The “controversy” began with the release of a trailer advertising the […]
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