Posts filtered by tags: Malcolm[x]


 

Canadian Nationals: Team Sprint and Long Distance Classic

Ryan Jackson leads Andy Shields, Dominique Moncion-Groulx, Sam Hendry, and Ty Godfrey in the 50km. (Photo: Doug Stephen) The Canadian Ski Championships party at Nakkertok trails in Gatineau, Québec is in the final days. While ski fans might see this as a pre-party for World Cup Finals in Québec City, the athletes are pursuing titles, personal goals, and the chance to test themselves against 700 peers. FasterSkier, like the World Cup athletes, is not immune to travel challenges. There will be a ...
Tags: Sport, Canada, Racing, Williams, Skiing, Thompson, Rob Smith, Quebec City, Canmore, Zoe Williams, MacLean, Lenny, HENDRY, Len, Ritchie, Malcolm


Author Tanaz Bhathena talks her new novel THE BEAUTY OF THE MOMENT

In Tanaz Bhathena’s new YA novel, The Beauty of the Moment, Susan is new Canada. She’s not used to the cultural freedoms in this new country, she’s used to live in Saudi Arabia. Susan is reserved, wary of boys and determined not to get her driving license.  She is very bright and her parents have high expectations of her. They want her to be a doctor although in secret she wants to be an artist. Then she meets Malcolm, and her world spirals into a completely new direction. Article by Lucas Maxwe...
Tags: Books, UK, Saudi Arabia, Life, US, Canada, North America, South Asia, Jeddah, Susan, Malcolm, Malcom, Mahtab, Tanaz Bhathena, Tanaz, Lucas Maxwell


Tom Payne to Replace Finn Jones on Prodigal Son

Tom Payne to replace Finn Jones on Prodigal Son Just days after it was announced that Iron Fist star Finn Jones would be playing the lead in the crime drama pilot Prodigal Son, TV Line reports that Jones has been ousted from the role and replaced by Tom Payne (The Walking Dead). The decision was made after the cast gathered for an initial table read. Prodigal Son centers on a criminal psychologist named Malcolm Bright (Jones), who knows how killers think because his father, Martin Whitly (...
Tags: TV, Movies, Fox, TV News, Tom Payne, Cw, Jones, Malcolm, Greg Berlanti, Bellamy Young, Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, ComingSoon, Finn Jones, Lee Toland Krieger, Prodigal Son


John Malveaux: Lawrence Brownlee and Anthony Davis in "Equity and Diversity in the Arts"

John Malveaux and Lawrence Brownlee John Malveaux and Anthony Davis John Malveaux   of  www.MusicUNTOLD.com   writes: Attended March 10, 2019 Long Beach Opera  Community Conversations #2 "Equity and Diversity in the Arts" at Museum of Latin American Art. A panel discussion included the "Prince of Tenors", Lawrence Brownlee, and Anthony Davis, composer of the opera THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE. In addition to singing renowned bel canto roles, Lawrence Brownlee a...
Tags: Religion, Los Angeles, Anthony Davis, Omaha Nebraska, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, New York City Opera, Charlie Parker, Lawrence Brownlee, Malcolm, Long Beach Opera, Eric Owens, Brownlee, Disney Concert Hall, Christopher Davis, William J Zick, John Malveaux


Finn Jones to Headline Drama Pilot Prodigal Son for Fox

Finn Jones to headline drama pilot Prodigal Son for Fox Deadline is reporting that Finn Jones (Game of Thrones, Iron Fist) has been cast as the lead in Fox’s crime drama pilot Prodigal Son. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([0, 0], [[300, 250]]).addSize...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, Fox, TV News, Richard, Cw, Finn, Sheen, Malcolm, Greg Berlanti, Bellamy Young, Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, ComingSoon, Thomas Lennon


FIFTY SHADES OF GREAT. Auto Fabrica’s Monochrome ‘Type 10B’ BMW R65

Written by Martin Hodgson When it comes to customising a motorcycle the ‘what’ hasn’t changed for more than 100 years; speed, sight and sound. But the ‘how’ has been constantly evolving and we regularly feature those at the cutting edge. One such firm is UK-based Auto Fabrica, who entered the scene six years ago firing on all cylinders and continue to refine their incredible designs. Brothers Bujar and Gazmend Muharremi can do it all under one roof and utilising the latest technology deliver ...
Tags: UK, England, Motorcycles, Bmw, Richard, Classic, Southend, Fábrica, Brembo, Malcolm, Martin Hodgson, Auto Fabrica, Hagon, Bujar, Roadster, R65


Nonfiction: In the Hands of Janet Malcolm, Journalism Becomes Art

“Nobody’s Looking at You” collects profiles, reportage and literary criticism produced between 1996 and 2018 by the famed New Yorker staff writer.
Tags: News, Janet, Malcolm, Books and Literature, Janet Malcolm, Nobody's Looking at You: Essays (Book


Fox’s Prodigal Son to Star Michael Sheen in Serial-Killer Drama

Fox’s Prodigal Son to star Michael Sheen in serial-killer drama Golden Globe nominee Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex, Good Omens, Passengers) has been cast to play one of the leads in Fox’s Prodigal Son pilot, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. The serial-killer drama is a co-production between Fox Entertainment and Warner Bros. TV. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStan...
Tags: Amazon, UK, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Fox, TV News, Brian Cox, Warner Bros, Michael Sheen, Cw, Sheen, Golden Globe, Malcolm, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter


The Entrepreneur’s Essentials #15: The fallacy of risk in entrepreneurship

As I mentioned at the beginning of this series/ebook, over the years I’ve noticed that I tend to frequently share certain Lucky7 posts with entrepreneurs we’ve backed, team members at data.world, or other startup investors I know. In totality, these posts are at least as long as most business books. So I’m packaging the best of them up for you here in a new series called The Entrepreneur’s Essentials. This series/ebook will be at least 20 posts long, and I’ll add some commentary on how I’ve pers...
Tags: Startups, Greece, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneur, Startup, Risk, Research, Walmart, Austin, David, Canada, Silicon Valley, Bill Gross, Malcolm-gladwell, Andy Dunn, Adam Smith


Open Mike: Video Chautauquas* (OT)

["Open Mike" is the often off-topic Editorial page of TOP. It appears on Wednesdays. Off-topic posts on TOP are labeled "OT" in the title in case you prefer to avoid them.] While I delve into the no doubt delightful comments on yesterday's post (127 of 'em!), which should be fun, I thought I'd share a few of my favorites among recent YouTube discoveries. If you think I'm trying to distract you before you add more to today's workload, well, I take the Fifth. • A book author whose work I've enjoye...
Tags: Photography, New York, David Letterman, George Carlin, David, Malcolm Gladwell, Alain De Botton, Off-topic Posts, Open Mike, Michael Johnston, George, Mike, Scott, Merriam Webster, Michael C Johnston, Johnny Appleseed


Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week - February 22, 2019

In the weekly Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week, the Montreal bookstore recommends several new works of fiction, art books, periodicals, and comics. Librairie Drawn & Quarterly is one of Montreal's premiere independent bookstores. All My Goodbyes by Mariana Dimopulos While most contemporary literary fiction tends to nominate itself for the category of experimental fiction, this book stands out as a story told in a disjointed nature. We ricochet from Málaga to Heidelberg, from B...
Tags: Music, Rachel Maddow, Berlin, David, Montreal, Buenos Aires, Málaga, Heidelberg, Moonlight, Trump, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Rachel, Librairie Drawn Quarterly Books of the Week, Malcolm, Librairie Drawn Quarterly, Charles Forsman


Predators Prowl: P.K. Loses Subban Brother Battle

The Predators Prowl is a weekly post on how the Nashville Predators performed the previous week. Generally published on Tuesdays, Predators Prowl isn’t a recap of games, but rather a look at the themes, news and rumors that occurred throughout the week. Let me know in the comments below your thoughts on how the team performed this week, your views on the week’s themes and any other ideas or questions you have about the team. Related: Last Week’s Predators Prowl In the last Predators Prowl prior ...
Tags: Column, Usa, Sport, Battle, Nashville, Jets, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, Montreal, Detroit, Vegas, Montreal Canadiens, Canadiens, Weber, Howard, Brad Penner


Malcolm X at Oxford: 'They're going to kill me soon'

Just before his assassination, the radical black activist took part in a debate at Oxford. Tariq Ali recalls their meeting, which left him in a state of shock – and is now the subject of a TV showMalcolm X became internationally famous the day after President John F Kennedy was assassinated. Asked to comment, Malcolm calmly informed US TV reporters that he was not at all surprised that “the chickens were coming home to roost”. It was November 1963 and he was by then a leading member of the Natio...
Tags: Television, Education, Documentary, Religion, Race, US, Society, World news, Bbc, Culture, Television & radio, Higher Education, Oxford, Identity politics, John F Kennedy, Factual TV


Read Books, Build Character, Inspire Generations

By Dr. Muhammad Abdul Bari Believers would recognise that God has made knowledge the foundation for the superiority of human beings over other creatures on Earth. The first word revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was ‘Iqra’, meaning ‘read’ or ‘recite’. The Prophet said “the seeking of knowledge is obligatory for every Muslim” (Al-Tirmidhi). Knowledge thus goes hand in hand with the Islamic creed. Muslims are asked to seek knowledge by reading, learning and reflecting to live th...
Tags: Europe, Religion, Nelson Mandela, Islam, Muslim, Prophet, Muslims, Baghdad, Bari, Western Europe, Muhammad, Malcolm, Neil Postman, Ottomans, Ghazali, Ibn Kathir


The 18-Year-Long Story Behind Mr. Malcolm's List

Great stories take time, and it took plenty of it to create Refinery29's latest Shatterbox film Mr. Malcolm's List.Writer Suzanne Allain first dreamt up the plot 18 years ago in the form of a short story about a man's list of qualifications for a romantic partner — and what happened when it got into the wrong hands. That seemingly simple premise became the starting point of Allain's Jane Austen-inspired novel, Mr. Malcolm's List.Years later, Allain decided to turn her novel into a screenplay, i...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Florida, Hollywood, London, Kodak, Jane Austen, Warner Brothers, Jones, Emma, Julia, Amazon Studios, Malcolm, Selena, Allain, Emma Holly Jones


Filmmaker Emma Holly Jones On Mr. Malcolm's List, Jane Austen & Tinder In 19th Century London

If you ask her, Emma Holly Jones was practically born to make Mr. Malcolm's List. "I grew up in love with Jane Austen," the 30-year-old filmmaker says. "I'm named after Emma, I've always had that book on my bedside table, and I've watched every period drama that's ever been made."Jones never thought she would have a chance to create a new period piece — an Austen remake, sure, but something truly original seemed too rare a find. Enter Suzanne Allain's Mr. Malcolm's List, and the screenplay's ri...
Tags: Fashion, Music, England, London, Jane Austen, Jones, Emma, Julia, Gemma, Darcy, Austen, Malcolm, Holly Jones, Gemma Chan, The Black List, Lizzie Bennet


Cooperation and community

https://ozreport.com/22.237https://www.facebook.com/events/313665572561182/The Wills Wing Demo Days at Wallaby Ranch end with a big party put on by Wills Wing on Saturday Night, April 13th. Saturday is also the check-in and practice day for the pre-Worlds at Wilotree Park. We have teamed up with Wills Wing to host the dinner and have the pilots and companions coming to the pre-Worlds join up with the pilots at the Wills Wing Demo Days.When we first saw that Wills had scheduled their Demo Day...
Tags: Wills, Wills Wing, Malcolm, Steve Pearson, Malcolm Jones, Wills Wing Demo Days, Wallaby Ranch, Wilotree Park, Wills Wing s party


When You Stop Repeating the Lies and Start Believing What God Says About You

A troubled home life. Feelings of insecurity. A longing for love. Self-hatred. For Malcolm Duncan these feelings developed into a destructive morning mantra he would repeat in the mirror throughout his earliest years. Then one night he had an experience that changed everything. Malcolm's moving story shows what can happen when we stop repeating lies about ourselves and start believing who God believes us to be. What lies are you believing, and what will you replace them with? More…
Tags: Podcast, Identity, Religion, Blog, Self-talk, Gospel, BBC Radio, Malcolm, On Spirituality and Change, New Creation, Self-image, Malcolm Duncan


The Sex Pistols’ Sid Vicious Sings Frank Sinatra’s “My Way”: Is Nothing Sacred?

In the great garden of forking paths and alternative timelines there are two other versions of The Great Rock n’ Roll Swindle that Julian Temple never directed. One would have been directed by Graham Chapman of Monty Python fame, but “he behaved gloriously badly to Malcolm (McLaren)” according to John Lydon many years later. The other was to be written by film critic Roger Ebert and directed by buxom beauty lover Russ Meyer (who Lydon called "shabby” and “a senile old git.”) But you do h...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, UK, College, West, Roger Ebert, Paris, Monty Python, Mclaren, Frank Sinatra, Nancy, Martin Scorsese, Julien Temple, Facebook Twitter, Rolling Stones


Books of The Times: Janet Malcolm, a Withering Critic, in a Nostalgic Key

“Nobody’s Looking at You” collects pieces about the fashion designer Eileen Fisher, the concert pianist Yuja Wang, the writer Joseph Mitchell and other subjects.
Tags: News, The Times, Janet, Malcolm, Joseph Mitchell, Eileen Fisher, Books and Literature, Yuja Wang, Janet Malcolm, Nobody's Looking at You: Essays (Book


Football gossip: Giroud, Rabiot, Bolasie, Malcom, Gueye

Olivier Giroud could leave Chelsea and return to France, PSG want Everton's Idrissa Gueye, Arsenal still keen on Malcolm, plus more.
Tags: France, Football, Chelsea, Everton, Olivier Giroud, Psg, Idrissa Gueye, Malcolm, Giroud Rabiot Bolasie Malcom Gueye


Ariana Grande: New Song Is About Feeling Bad for Loving Somebody Else

Coming clean. Ariana Grande opened up about the inspiration behind her new song “Ghostin,” which will be included on her February 2019 album, Thank U, Next. Ariana Grande’s Dating History A fan asked the pop star, 25, what the track is about via Twitter on Wednesday, January 23. Grande replied honestly: “Feeling badly for the person you’re with bc you love somebody else. Feeling badly bc he can tell he can’t compare…. and how i should be ghosting him.” feeling badly for the person y...
Tags: Religion, Ariana Grande, Pete Davidson, US Weekly, Miller, Mac Miller, Pete, Davidson, Malcolm, Mauricio Santana Getty, TOP VIDEOS, Mac Miller Jeff Kravitz FilmMagic, Instagram Mac Miller


Lachlan Murdoch denies father Rupert ever said Malcolm Turnbull has 'got to go'

News Corp co-chairman says Rupert Murdoch ‘definitely never said’ that adding, his ‘mind doesn’t work like that’ Lachlan Murdoch has categorically denied his father ever said that Malcolm Turnbull had to be removed from office, a story which the former prime minister has claimed is true.In September last year it was reported by the Australian Financial Review and the ABC that Rupert Murdoch told Seven West proprietor Kerry Stokes: “Malcolm has got to go.” Continue reading...
Tags: Abc, Australia news, Coalition, Australian politics, Australian media, Liberal party, Malcolm Turnbull, Rupert Murdoch, News Corp, Australian Financial Review, Rupert, Malcolm, Lachlan Murdoch, Kerry Stokes, Seven West


Ariana Grande Remembers Ex Mac Miller on His 27th Birthday

She will never forget. Ariana Grande paid tribute to her late ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, on what would have been his 27th birthday. Most Shocking Celebrity Deaths of All Time The pop star, 25, shared a black-and-white throwback photo of herself and the rapper on her Instagram Story on Saturday, January 19. In the pic, Miller wears sunglasses and a hood over his head while Grande looks lovingly in his direction. The former couple also smile as they sit behind a soundboard in what appea...
Tags: Religion, Ariana Grande, US Weekly, Miller, Mac Miller, Malcolm, Grande, TOP VIDEOS, Ariana Grande Instagram Us Weekly


A Week In Southwest Michigan On A Joint $146,000 Income

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: an accountant who makes $23,000 per year ($146,000 when combined with her husband) and spends some of her money this week on Honey Nut Cheerios.Occupation: AccountantIndustry: NonprofitAge: 43Location: Southwest MichiganMy Income: $23,000 between my t...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Brussels, Hulu, American Eagle, Banana Republic, Jcpenney, Wayfair, Southwest Michigan, Applebee, Clif, Middle, Benedict, Meijer, Turbotax


The 10 Greatest M. Night Shyamalan Scenes

M. Night Shyamalan’s career is, in a lot of ways, riddled with inconsistencies. Most people would tell you that the best films he made are early in his career, even with his recent comeback in working with Blumhouse Productions. But even when the quality of his films is low, you can always find some recognizable elements in his work. To rank the best scenes in Shyamalan’s career, though, you do have to look primarily (but not entirely) at his early work. In honor of his new film, Glass, whi...
Tags: Movies, Features, David, Graham, Philadelphia, James McAvoy, Mel Gibson, Split, David Dunn, Central Park, Bruce Willis, Gibson, Connolly, Dunn, Roger Deakins, Shyamalan


The Films of M. Night Shyamalan Revisited: The Twists, the Triumphs, and the Turkeys

Early reviews of Glass, the first big movie of 2019, have mentioned how writer-director M. Night Shyamalan was once seen as the next Alfred Hitchcock or Steven Spielberg . For at least a three-year stretch at the turn of the millennium (five, if you count the two years after Signs, but before The Village), Shyamalan stood as a worthy successor to the throne of populist filmmaking, capable of delivering high-concept thrills in an intimate, character-based way. Maybe the world at large needs re...
Tags: Movies, Tim Burton, Features, Reddit, Manhattan, Alfred Hitchcock, Steven Spielberg, Bruce Willis, James Newton Howard, Times Square, Dunn, Shyamalan, Malcolm, Cole, Alamo Drafthouse, M.-Night-Shyamalan


Faith Across the Multiverse, Parables from Modern Science- Part 1, The Language of Mathematics, Chapter 3: Sovereignty in a Time of Spanners By Andy Walsh

Faith Across the Multiverse, Parables from Modern Science- Part 1, The Language of Mathematics, Chapter 3: Sovereignty in a Time of Spanners By Andy Walsh We are blogging through the book, “Faith Across the Multiverse, Parables from Modern Science” by Andy Walsh.  Today is Chapter 3: Sovereignty in a Time of Spanners.  In this chapter Walsh takes up the issue of God’s sovereignty and man’s free will.  He raise the following questions:  Is every outcome foreordained by God and do we bear any res...
Tags: Japan, New York City, Israel, Religion, Earth, Egypt, George Orwell, Jurassic Park, Jesus, God, Laura Dern, Moses, Walsh, Aaron, Jeff Goldblum, Jordan River


Frankie Muniz trades acting for olive oil, Hollywood for Scottsdale, Arizona

Former "Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz and his fiancee, Paige Price, own and run Outrageous Olive Oils & Vinegars in Old Town Scottsdale.            [Author: Arizona Republic]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona Republic, Paige, Scottsdale Arizona, Middle, Malcolm, Frankie Muniz


Apostle – review

Director: Gareth Evans Release date: 2018 Contains spoilers This was a Netflix film that I had added to my viewing list, understanding it to be a folk horror film. I had in the back of my mind that it might be a little bit like the Wicker Man (1973). Little did I know that it is, at heart, a vampire film and the trope is so strong that no examination is needed to decide on that – Apostle is, in my opinion, a vampire film. In being so it plays with the idea of native soil in a way that is really...
Tags: Movies, China, Netflix, Quinn, Dan Stevens, Frank, Thomas, Lovecraft, Malcolm, Gareth Evans, Vampire, Silent Hill, Simon Bacon, Vampiric Landscape, Jennifer Elen Rhys, Thomas Dan Stevens Vamps