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Daily Podcast: Life-Changing Films, Movies That Fall Apart in Act 3, and More

On the May 4, 2021 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to answer some listener questions from the mailbag. In The Mailbag :   Hi gang, Hakim from Los Angeles writing in. I’m curious: what current/historical event or subculture would you all want to be explored in a film that hasn’t been (doc or narrative) ? Love the show. Keep up the a...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, New Jersey, Men In Black, Chris, James, Peter, Ben, Vince, Matt, Manila Philippines, Ben Pearson, Hakim, Donnie, Hardcore Henry, Jacob Hall


India’s Mini-Craze for Bicycling Around the World

In the 1920s and 1930s, a dozen adventurous young riders went on the ultimate journey. In 2017, Anoop Babani, Goa-based former journalist, was recuperating from a cycling accident when he encountered a book from 1931, With Cyclists Around the World, written by three Indians who, in the days before widespread paved roads and satellite communications, had biked around the world. “A new China has been born in the world,” they wrote prophetically of one of their destinations. “Few see her; but th...
Tags: Europe, Books, Japan, Florida, New York, London, Indonesia, Life, China, Boston, India, Sports, America, San Francisco, Iran, Rome


Egyptian Hakim Service Rifle: Crushing Thumbs Since 1956

The Egyptian Hakim service rifle was a license-produced version of the Swedish 6.5mm Ljungman AG-42 semiautomatic gas impingement rifle. Egypt changed several features such as the grasping grooves, a removable muzzle brake, an adjustable gas system, and no cleaning rod. Some references will state that the Hakim was used in the 1956 Suez Crisis, however, […] Read More … The post Egyptian Hakim Service Rifle: Crushing Thumbs Since 1956 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, History, Egypt, Yemen, ARE, 8mm, Hakim, Rifles, TFBTV, Semi-Auto, UAR, Ljungman AG


Chelsea could sell summer signing as Serie A giants show interest

  Selling a player after one season at the club will appear like a mistake from the club, but it can actually happen if a new tactician is hired and doesn’t fancy the player for whatever reason.Moroccan international Hakim Ziyech has been in and out of the Chelsea team since German tactician Thomas Tuchel took charge at Stamford Bridge and he didn’t do much when handed the chance to prove himself to the new sheriff in town, especially against Championship side Barnsley on Thursday night.Ordinar...
Tags: Sport, Ajax, Soccer, Chelsea, Morocco, Amsterdam, Juventus, Frank Lampard, Stamford Bridge, Ac Milan, Latest, Barnsley, Twente, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Thomas Tuchel


CHELSEA NEWS | N'GOLO KANTE & HAKIM ZIYECH TO START | BREAKING DOWN THOMAS TUCHEL'S PRESS CONFERENCE

Welcome to the Chelsea news video here on the channel tonight and its focused on the pre-match press conference from Thomas Tuchel ahead of Barnsley v Chelsea in the FA Cup tomorrow with news that both N'Golo Kante and Hakim Ziyech will start the game.   [Author: [email protected] (Chelsea Daft)]
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Fa Cup, Latest, Barnsley, Vlog, Hakim Ziyech, Thomas Tuchel, Golo Kante, Hakim, Chelsea Daft


Pandemic-weary medical teams watch warily as LA County widens business access

Dr. Thomas Yadegar sounded weary. After months of being worn thin by the pandemic’s waves of infection and death, however, the medical director of the Intensive Care Unit at Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center was hopeful.To a point. A critical care team at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance prepare to administer a ventilator. (Photo courtesy Dr. Alex Hakim) “Compared to a few weeks ago, we’ve seen a decrease in the number of COVID admissions,” Yadegar sa...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Community, Biden, Arcadia, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, San Pedro, Providence, Los Angeles County


Turkey: Hakim Teşebbüs Kavramı - Kolcuoglu Demirkan Kocakli Attorneys at Law

Geçen yazımızda şirketler topluluğu kavramını genel hatları ile ele almış ve ne zaman bir şirketler topluluğunun varlığından bahsedilebileceğini açıklamıştık.
Tags: News, Turkey, Hakim


Popular queer Native American Twitter account turns out to be unpopular straight white woman

@sciencing_bi was a well-read Science Twitter account, a queer Native American professor with a unique perspective on science and university life. They reportedly caught coronavirus and and died of Covid, drawing tributes from online admirers, some of them prominent academics. But it was only the final straw in a haybale of suspicion for people who knew BethAnn McLaughlin, a white woman that @sciencing_bi often spoke of. It turns out, with grim predictability, that it was her all along, catfishi...
Tags: Post, News, Alabama, Racism, Mistakes, Arizona State University, McLaughlin, Hakim, BethAnn McLaughlin, Pretendians, U S ASU


Nick Hakim’s ‘Will This Make Me Good’: Album Review

Music is renowned for its ability to evoke emotions, memories, sensations. Yet it’s hard to think of music that gives a contact high as powerful as Nick Hakim’s. And although his 2016 debut, “Green Twins,” was a stoner-soul classic, his latest, “Will This Make Me Good,” is actually even trippier. Hakim’s music occupies a realm […]
Tags: Reviews, Hakim, Nick Hakim, Green Twins


Nick Hakim – “Bouncing”

Later this week, the idiosyncratic New York soul musician Nick Hakim will follow up his 2017 debut Green Twins with a new album called Will This Make Me Good. Hakim's new LP features an impressive array of contributors, including Anderson .Paak, Mac DeMarco, Lance Skiiiwalker, Sporting Life, and Onyx Collective. We've already posted the early … More »
Tags: Music, New York, News, Onyx, Hakim, Nick Hakim, Green Twins, Nelson Nance


Coronavirus patient’s recovery after 20 days on ventilator is a miracle for family, a welcome boost for doctors

It was a story of Easter rebirth that one family needed very badly. And perhaps a medical team in Torrance — and healthcare workers everywhere — needed it even more. Carson resident Ramon Zuniga — who spent 28 days in the intensive care unit, 20 of them in a coma on a ventilator — went home from Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance on Easter Sunday. Zuniga had his family credit faith and perseverance. “This is a complete and total miracle,” Maria Zuniga said. “One thing that...
Tags: News, Washington Post, Washington, La, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Facetime, Maria, Providence, Torrance, Roosevelt, Carson, LA County, Isaiah, Hakim


Nick Hakim – “Qadir”

A little under three years ago, Nick Hakim released his debut album, Green Twins. And while the psychedelic soul of that collection garnered him plenty of acclaim, the years since have been complicated. Hakim lost a whole notebook worth of song drafts, then struggled with writer's block. Then, his childhood friend passed away, … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Hakim, Nick Hakim, Nelson Nance


Iran, Iraq Stress Joint Measures to Combat Coronavirus

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Iraqi counterpart, Mohamed Ali al-Hakim, stressed the need for joint measures to combat the new coronavirus, known as COVID-19. In a telephone conversation on Monday night, Zarif and Hakim exchanged views about a host of topics, including the latest developments in the region as well as ways to boost bilateral relations between Tehran and Baghdad. The two sides also discussed the coronavirus epidemic and stressed the need for joint measures t...
Tags: News, China, Iraq, Iran, Tehran, Iraq Business News, Baghdad, Mohammad Javad Zarif, Zarif, Tasnim, Hakim, Iran s Health Ministry, Mohamed Ali al Hakim


New York Times: How to Extract Equity Out of a Co-op

Seniors do have the ability to extract home equity out of a co-op, though there could be limits on the manner in which they may go about it, as well as the amount of equity that can be extracted. This is according to a column at the New York Times, featuring the perspective of a real estate journalist in answering a question posed by a concerned senior. “I own a co-op in Brooklyn that’s worth about $450,000. I would like to take some equity out of the apartment for other uses, but my options ...
Tags: New York, Featured, Finance, Brooklyn, New York Times, Manhattan, Citibank, Andrew Cuomo, Products, Cuomo, Hakim, HELOC, RONDA KAYSEN, Mark A Hakim, Schwartz Sladkus Reich Greenberg Atlas, Kaysen


The Subway Is in Financial Crisis. Are 500 More Police Officers Needed?

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo wants to spend more than $50 million a year on new police officers, even though the transit agency is facing a financial crisis. Opponents say the system is already overly policed.
Tags: News, Police, Subways, New York City, Police Brutality, Cuomo, Andrew M Cuomo, Andrew, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Andrew M, Misconduct and Shootings, Transit Systems, Byford


LA prosecutors sue 2 San Fernando massage parlors after reports of human trafficking

Los Angeles prosecutors said Tuesday they hope a civil lawsuit will take down two San Fernando Valley massage parlors after years of reports of prostitution and human trafficking at both locations. City Attorney Muke Feuer said his office filed the lawsuit against the owners of Blue Moon Relax spas in Lake Balboa and Tarzana, as well as the landlord of the strip malls where both are located, seeking a permanent injuction against the businesses. In a complaint, prosecutors accused the business ow...
Tags: Crime, News, La, China, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, United States, Beverly Hills, Lapd, San Fernando, Tarzana, Wang, Los Angeles Police Department, Feuer


‘Aladdin’ Trailer: You Ain’t Never Had a Disney Live-Action Adaptation Like This

Disney has been slowly rolling out the teasers for Aladdin, all of which have been met with, let’s say, mixed reactions. The first teaser trailer in October featured plenty of the original 1992 animated film’s iconography, but barely featured the titular character played by Mena Massoud, much less the film’s highest-billed actor, Will Smith. But then a special TV spot revealed our first look at Smith as the giant, blue genie, and that wasn’t quite well-received either. Now, Disney has finally r...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Adaptation, John August, Will-Smith, Movie Trailers, Smith, Guy-Ritchie, Tim Rice, Alan Menken, Jasmine, Aladdin, Ritchie, Massoud, Howard Ashman, Jafar


L Train Riders Are Bracing for Painful Repairs. Your Subway Line Could Be Next.

The L train is partially closing on nights and weekends. It is a preview of the painful subway repairs coming to other subway lines.
Tags: News, Subways, New York City, Commuting, Andrew, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Transit Systems, Byford


‘Aladdin’ TV Spot Finally Reveals Will Smith as the Big Blue Genie

When the first teaser trailer for Disney’s live-action remake of Aladdin first arrived, fans were fairly underwhelmed. Not only did the teaser offer very little footage of Mena Massoud as Aladdin and Naomi Scott as Jasmine, but it didn’t give us a look at Will Smith as the genie in the famous lamp at the center of the story. Even when the first images of Will Smith in the movie arrived, he wasn’t blue like the famed genie voiced by Robin Williams in the 1992 animated classic. But that changed t...
Tags: Movies, Romance, Robin Williams, Disney, Adaptation, John August, Will-Smith, Movie Trailers, Musical, Grammys, Remakes, Guy Ritchie, Video Clips, Tim Rice, Alan Menken, Jasmine


The L Train Will Stay Open. So What Happens to All Those Plan B’s?

Even with no shutdown, many still want new bike lanes, more bus and ferry service, and car restrictions. Critics of the plans say that could hurt their neighborhoods.
Tags: News, Subways, New York City, Commuting, Buses, Rodriguez, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Bicycles and Bicycling, Transit Systems, Ydanis


For 250,000 Daily Riders on the L Train, Transportation Purgatory

It’s not clear when construction will begin or how long it will last, and critics have raised safety concerns over Gov. Cuomo’s new plan to fix the subway line.
Tags: News, Subways, New York City, Fernando, Cuomo, Ferrer, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Polly, StreetEasy, Andrew M, Shutdowns (Institutional, Transit Systems, Hurricane Sandy (2012, Riders Alliance


The L Train Shutdown Was Called Off Two Weeks Ago. There are Few Answers About What Comes Next.

It’s not clear when construction will begin or how long it will last, and critics have raised safety concerns over Gov. Cuomo’s new plan to fix the subway line.
Tags: News, Subways, New York City, Fernando, Cuomo, Ferrer, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Polly, StreetEasy, Andrew M, Shutdowns (Institutional, Transit Systems, Hurricane Sandy (2012, Riders Alliance


Is the Fix for the L-Train Apocalypse Too Good to Be True?

The plan has been criticized as being a temporary and risky solution, but subway officials call it a “game changer” that remains the best option.
Tags: News, Subways, New York City, Andrew, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Manhattan (NYC, Brooklyn (NYC, Transit Systems, Hoylman, East River (NYC, Brad M, Byford


Sony Classical Reissues Black Composer Series: The Complete Album Collection

Sony Classical Release date: January 4, 2019   In the 1970s, CBS Masterworks made a groundbreaking series of recordings featuring the music of black composers. The nine LPs released all featured the pioneering conductor Paul Freeman. Sony Classical is proud to reissue the complete Black Composer Series in a single original album collection with each CD remastered from the original analogue tapes using 24 bit/192 kHz technology. The composers featured span several centur...
Tags: Usa, France, Religion, US, Sony, Smith, Baltimore, London Symphony Orchestra, Guadeloupe, Wilson, William Brown, Walker, Juilliard, Coleridge, Hiawatha, George Enescu


Travel ban ruling stirs dismay among immigrants, advocates

By JEFF KAROUB and JULIE WATSON, Associated Press DETROIT >> Maryam Bahramipanah is torn between staying with her husband, who came to Michigan from their native Iran, and returning home to see her mother, who suffered a stroke. With the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision Tuesday to uphold President Donald Trump’s ban on travel from several mostly Muslim countries, she expects that she can’t do both. “I’m very sad,” said Bahramipanah, who cried when she heard about the decision. “I don’t know what to...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, North Korea, New York City, San Francisco, Sport, Iran, Soccer, Muslim, Salem, Watson, Michigan, Breaking News, Yemen, Donald Trump, Detroit


DoubleStar Unveils the Path Seeker at BLADE Show 2018

DoubleStar’s bursts onto the Bushcraft knives scene with the Path Seeker, the first blade from its collaboration with Hakim Isler, which will be on display at Table #20H at Atlanta’s Cobb Galleria Centre, June 1 – 3, 2018. DoubleStar Path Seeker blade Winchester, Ky. (Ammoland.com)  – DoubleStar Corp, manufacturers of high-quality, US-made AR components, rifles and pistols, will unveil the Path Seeker, its latest knife from its Edged Weapon Division, at BLADE Show 2018, to be held in the Cob...
Tags: Guns, US, Atlanta, Gear, Grey, Atlanta Georgia, Hakim, Cobb Galleria Centre, Winchester Kentucky, Doublestar, DoubleStar Corp, Rob Cabrera, Hakim Isler, Bushcraft Steel, Flo Yellow, DoubleStar Corp DoubleStar Corp


Election leaves Iran Scrambling to Preserve Influence

By Ali Mamouri for*Al-Monitor.*Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. The*Sairoon (On the Move) Alliance formed by Muqtada al-Sadr and the Iraqi Communist Party is ahead in the preliminary results of the Iraqi elections. More than 90% of the votes in all of Iraq’s provinces have been counted so far, with the exception of Dahuk and Kirkuk, where counting was postponed. Sairoon*has so far secured 54*out of a total of 329 parl...
Tags: News, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Iraq Business News, Baghdad, Hikma, HEATHER NAUERT, Foreign Ministry, Kurdistan Regional Government KRG, KRG, Haider al Abadi, Nechirvan Barzani, Nouri al Maliki, US State Department, Muqtada al Sadr


MetroCard Machines Won’t Accept Credit Cards This Weekend (Briefly)

The M.T.A. shortened the time MetroCard machines will be offline for an upgrade, after a tsunami of fury.
Tags: News, Subways, New York City, Johnson, Corey, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Transit Systems, MetroCard (NYC


A New Job Description for M.T.A. Workers: Professionally Nice

Since November, 41 M.T.A. workers have been employed in a novel job dreamed up to bolster the flagging subway — being professionally nice.
Tags: News, Subways, New York City, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Hakim, Veronique, Customer Relations, Collectors and Collections, Labor and Jobs, Transit Systems, MetroCard (NYC


Book Notes - Alan Michael Parker "Christmas in July"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Lauren Groff, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Jesmyn Ward, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Alan Michael Parker's novel Christmas in July is imaginatively told by ten different narrators. Kirkus wrote of the book: "A complex, absorbing, and occasionally moving read...
Tags: Spotify, Music, New York, Pink Floyd, David, Grimes, Minecraft, Greenland, Times, Brian Eno, Dorothy, D'angelo, Joe, Rotterdam, Judy Garland, Eno