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Promo Trailer for German Film 'O Beautiful Night' Playing at Berlinale

"If you can survive this, nothing can kill you." The Match Factory has debuted an official promo trailer for the German indie drama O Beautiful Night, which is premiering at the Berlin Film Festival this month. The film marks the feature debut of Xaver Böhm, and it's a highly saturated, neon-lit, poetic journey into the existential realm. The plot is about a guy named Juri who encounters Death one night, who takes him on an Alice in Wonderland-esque trip upon which he falls in love with a wo...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Alice, Nina, Berlinale, To Watch, Foreign Film, Juri, Xaver Böhm, Nina Noah Saavedra, Juri Vanessa Loibl, Marko Mandic


The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen from Black Directors

(Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. This week we give a nod towards Black History Month with a look at some of the best, little-seen films from black filmmakers.) Great films and filmmakers are worth celebrating all year round, but we live in a world that likes to categorize and quantify, meaning February has been designated as Black History Month (and Women in Horror month too f...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Features, Chicago, Beyond The Lights, Belle, Collins, Black History Month, South, Tyler Perry, Hogan, Gideon, Glover, Suzie, Nina, Danny Glover


Lost sight of things in your marriage? how to recapture its meaning and impact

The truth is this: what your marriage will become is determined by how you pray. In the new book Praying Circles around Your Marriage, you’ll be challenged to identify your greatest dreams for the most important relationship in your life, and to pray the kind of audacious prayers in which God finds delight. It’s a grace to welcome Mark Batterson and Joel and Nina Schmidgall to the farm’s front porch today…  guest post by Joel and Nina Schmidgall M arriage starts out with grand vision—a shared...
Tags: Books, Marriage, Colorado, Religion, Guest Posts, Jesus, God, Rocky Mountains, Mark, Joel, PAUL, Nina, Zondervan, New York Timesbestselling, National Community Church, Mark Batterson


‘In the Heights’ Finds Its Benny With ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Star Corey Hawkins

The upcoming feature film adaptation of In the Heights has found its Benny. Corey Hawkins, star of Straight Outta Compton and the 24 revival, has been cast in In the Heights as one of its lead characters Benny, originated by Christopher Jackson in the Tony Award-winning Broadway play. Hawkins’ addition fleshes out the In the Heights cast, which is lead by Anthony Ramos. Deadline reports that Corey Hawkins is joining the In the Heights cast as one of its lead characters: Benny, a young man wh...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Casting, Broadway, Adaptation, Manhattan, Musical, Hamilton, Washington Heights, George Washington, Benny, Jon, Hawkins, Corey Hawkins, Ramos


On Black Girl Magic and Georgia Anne Muldrow's Latest, 'Overload'

None The song "Vital Transformation" is solemn yet expansive, austere yet hopeful. It floats along, kickdrum and handclap accents punctuating the lyrics instead of marking four-on-the-floor. The song itself a swirl, it begins with the swirling, layered incantation, "transforming changing higher spiraling higher", repeated three times, along with the insistence, "it's vital". The lyrics read like stanzas of poetry on the page, but take on a warm, relatable quality when their author, Georgia Anne...
Tags: Feature, Music, Hbo, New York, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, India, NFL, Res, Pop, Chicago, Soul, Tennessee, Sony, Sudan, Madonna


Straight Outta Compton’s Corey Hawkins Joins In The Heights

Straight Outta Compton’s Corey Hawkins joins In The Heights Deadline reports that the upcoming feature adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony-winning play In the Heights has attached Straight Outta Compton star Corey Hawkins as one of its lead characters, Benny. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneS...
Tags: Movies, NYC, New York City, Amc, Fox, Broadway, Spike Lee, Miranda, Dr Dre, Skull Island, Dominican Republic, Straight Outta Compton, Washington Heights, Compton, Benny, Tony


Comment on oat and wheat sandwich bread by Nina

I also just made this bread – also a huge hit (gone before I could even use it for sandwiches!) and am now in a similar situation. Would love to hear your thoughts about using steel cut oats instead of rolled oats! Thanks!
Tags: Food, Nina


Rediscover Your Favorite Songs With Lifehacker's Cover Song Playlist

Back in the day, all the big singers shared the same songbook: a canon of folk tunes, jazz standards, and borrowed Broadway numbers. Louie and Ella and Duke and Nina and the boy bands and the girl groups, they were all sharing the same songs up until the middle of the last century, when things settled down. Now we…Read more...
Tags: Music, Broadway, Lifehacks, Duke, Playlists, Louie, Ella, Nina, Featured Playlist, Spotify playlists


Folk Artist Michael McArthur Shares Stirring New Visual for "Save Me From the Fire" (premiere)

None In the midst of a burgeoning career, Michael McArthur did what many singer-songwriters may find unthinkable—he took a break. Requiring respite after years of constant writing, touring, and performing, McArthur spent some time away from his musical passions to focus on repairing his relationship with his spouse and himself. Ever Green, Ever Rain is the result of the folk artist's return to it all after taking what restful moments he had self-prescribed. Fading lines between whimsy and wisdo...
Tags: Music, Nina Simone, Premiere, United, Singer-songwriter, Nina, McArthur, Indie folk, Michael McArthur, Steven Nistor


Best roadside lookouts in the US

Road trips are about a great many things. Cool playlists of the best song about every state. Excuses to eat more fast food in a week than you have since 2014. Gas station bathrooms. But they’re also about breaking up the monotony of the open road with a rest at a scenic lookout over something you’ve never seen before. It could be a mountain range, sprawling desert, or sweeping view of a modern city, but there’s something about scenic viewpoints that make us want to take a few minutes and appr...
Tags: All, Lookouts, Roadside Lookouts, Roadside Viewpoints, Viewpoints


Living With Cancer: A Cancer Rap, With Thanks to Nina Simone

After too many cancer-related setbacks and deaths I started belting Nina Simone’s protest with new words, invigorated by her spirit of indignant fury.
Tags: Music, News, Cancer, Nina Simone, Simone, Nina, Race and Ethnicity, Poetry and Poets


Other Fiction Bremer, Fredrika: Nina. V1 [German] 16.1.2019

Die hierzulande so gut wie unbekannte schwedische Autorin Fredrika Bremer, die den Roman "Nina" im Jahre 1835 in ihrer Heimat erstveröffentlichte, genießt in Schweden den Status einer Initiatorin der nationalen Frauenemanzipation, und durch Übersetzung ihrer Werke ins Englische fanden diese im gesamten angelsächsischen Sprachraum einen bemerkenswerten Widerhall, was 1851 sogar dazu führte, dass ein County im US-Staat Iowa ihr zu Ehren den Namen "Bremer County" erhielt. Wenn man "Nina" heute mit...
Tags: Books, US, Iowa, ePub Books, Nina, Bremer County, Schweden, Bremer Fredrika, Autorin Fredrika Bremer, Ehren den Namen, Johan Gustaf Sandberg, Bremer Fredrika Nina


‘Stan and Ollie’ Star Steve Coogan on Bringing the Iconic Comedy Duo to Life [Interview]

There are few things more satisfying than having modern-day actors pay worthy tribute to their legendary predecessors, and the easily lovable biopic Stan & Ollie, from director Jon S. Baird, is almost nothing but that, with Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly (along with some awards-worthy makeup) portraying arguably the greatest comedy duo in film history, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The movie documents a period in the later years of their career, during which the two are having less success...
Tags: Europe, England, Hollywood, Movies, Greece, Drama, Interviews, Nike, Features, United Kingdom, Rob, Pope, John, Shirley, Steve-Coogan, Alan Partridge


Gillette's New Campaign Inspires Men to Re-Think What it Means To Be Their Best

Thirty years after first introducing the tagline “The Best A Man Can Get,” Gillette is taking a fresh look at what it means to be “the best” and how we continue to portray those ideals in a modern way. Because in a world where the actions of the few can taint the reputation of the many, we know there’s work to be done – together. “Gillette believes in the best in men,” said Gary Coombe, president, P&G Global Grooming. “By holding each other accountable, eliminating excuses for bad behavior, a...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, America, United States, Brian, Cosmo, Gillette, Katy, Kristian, Lindsay, Marie, Nina, Maura, Boys Girls Clubs, Proctor and Gamble, Joey Scarillo


Gumbo, the Classic New Orleans Dish, Is Dead. Long Live Gumbo.

Rich in flavor and history, the dish is no longer a fixture of local restaurants. Some chefs see that as a chance to reinvent it.
Tags: News, Restaurants, Link, Chefs, Jordan, Donald, Compton, Nina, Ruiz, Cooking and Cookbooks, New Orleans (La, Vilkhu, Arvinder


The Bachelor Season 23 Premiere Recap: Like Sloths To A Flame

These days, a good Bachelor is hard to find. Which means that every Bachelor has two missions: To fall in love, and to prove to the viewers that he’s at all ready for that love. I hesitate to say that Colton Underwood isn’t ready for love — who is? — but, from the premiere of The Bachelor season 23, I can say definitively that he’s got a chip on his shoulder about all of this. Colton reads the comments section. He may even comment back. Which, like it or not, is going to make an interesting sea...
Tags: Twitter, Fashion, Music, Abc, Alabama, Leonardo Dicaprio, Miami, East Coast, Catherine, Alex, Lucy, Chris Harrison, Nicole, Colton, Katie, Harrison


On the Smugglers’ Radar

“On The Smugglers’ Radar” is a feature for books that have caught our eye: books we have heard of via other bloggers, directly from publishers, and/or from our regular incursions into the Amazon jungle. Thus, the Smugglers’ Radar was born. Because we want far more books than we can possibly buy or review (what else is new?), we thought we would make the Smugglers’ Radar into a weekly feature – so YOU can tell us which books you have on your radar as well! On Ana’s Radar: Happy New Year! ...
Tags: Amazon, Books, Earth, David, New York Times, Arthur C Clarke, Leo, Muse, Slayer, Buffy, Ali, Cairo, Poe, Ann Leckie, Marion, Asiana


"Best Books of 2018" Lists Update - January 4th

For the eleventh straight year, I am aggregating every online year-end book list I find in this post. As the lists appear online, I will add them to the master list, updating daily. Previous updates to the master list of online "best books of 2018" lists. See also: Largehearted Boy's list of essential and interesting 2018 music lists. Please consider making a donation or leaving a tip to Largehearted Boy to support posts like these. Today's Updates to the Online "Best of 2018" Book Lists:...
Tags: Music, La, David, Kerry, Jo, Casey, Nina, Mary Sue, Matt Dunn, Canton Public Library, Randy Gage, Mitel, Brandon Colbert, Feyi Fawehinmi, Ashleigh Online, Aun Abdi


The Secret

Jill complained to Nina, "Rosey told me that you told her the secret I told you not to tell her." "Well," replied Nina in a hurt tone, "I told her not to tell you I told her." "Oh dear!" sighed Jill. "Well, don't tell her I told you that she told me." Received from Clean Laffs.
Tags: Humor, Jill, Nina, Nina Rosey, Jill Well


Comment on seven-layer cookies by Nina

THANK YOU!! I didn’t see this until after I’d made the cookies but I will be incorporating your tweaks next time.
Tags: Food, Nina


Joe Mooney: It's Mutual

Following my post on Joe Mooney's Wait Till You See Her a week ago, I received a high level of emails from readers who didn't know much about Mooney but loved what they heard. The same was true at Facebook, where there was quite a lot of traffic in favor of the lounge singer-organist-accordionist. [Photo above of Joe Mooney and his accordion with Decca's Milt Gabler, rear, and Morty Palitz in December 1946, by William P. Gottlieb] Since so many of your are Mooney fans now, I figured I'd turn yo...
Tags: Facebook, Dave, Broadway, Jazz, Road, Joe, Ray Charles, Decca, McGuire, Barton, Stan, Stanley, Nina, Mooney, RCA, Fogelson


20 Friends and 7 Days of Fun in a Orlando Vacation Home Near Disney World

What do you do when you’re presented with an opportunity to stay in an 8,000 sq.ft Orlando vacation home with a private pool that sleeps 24 guests? Call all your friends to see who can come join you! We loved staying for a week at the Reunion Resort 460 in partnership with The Top Villas Orlando. Not only because it was a relaxing luxurious stay with friends, but because we saw what a memorable, and affordable, experience it could be for you traveling to Orlando for your ultimate Disney World v...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Usa, Disney, NFL, Harry Potter, Boston Red Sox, North America, Caribbean, Craig, Orlando, Legoland, Destinations, Mickey Mouse, Disney World, Publix


Nonfiction: A British Christmas: Some Translation Required

Ruth Reichl retrieves memories of her own childhood as she reviews Nina Stibbe’s guide to making it through the holidays, “An Almost Perfect Christmas.”
Tags: News, Christmas, Great Britain, Ruth Reichl, Nina, Books and Literature, Nina Stibbe, Stibbe, An Almost Perfect Christmas (Book


Supergirl Episode 4.08 Promo Trades in Brawn for Brains

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Supergirl episode 4.08 promo trades in brawn for brains As the threat from Agent Liberty continues to mount, the newest episode of Supergirl, titled “Bunker Hill,” looks to be swapping out some brawn for some brains thanks to the help of Brainy. Meanwhile, Nina reveals to Supergirl her ability to “dream the future.” Does this mean she’s getting closer to becoming the superhero known as The Dreamer? You can check out the trailer in the post below! Supergirl stars Melissa ...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, The Cw, Brainiac, Cw, Supergirl, Winn, Hank Henshaw, Nina, David Harewood, Melissa Benoist, Winslow, Jerry Siegel, ComingSoon, Joe Shuster


Craig's Cheese Shop, Bondi Junction

Although she doesn't love eating out, almost every Saturday morning you can find Nina and Garth at their favourite cafe, Craig's Cheese Shop in Bondi Junction. "They're never friendly to me," said Nina warning me that although she had been coming for months, they had barely to crack a smile in her direction.
Tags: Travel, Craig, Bondi, Nina, Garth


St. Giuseppe Moscati: A Holy Doctor

In our era — when euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide have become legal in many places — we need to look to the example of Saint Giuseppe Moscati, an Italian doctor from the early 20th century who had true compassion for his patients. St. Giuseppe Moscati was born in Benevento, Italy on July 25, 1880, the seventh of nine children of devout Catholic parents. The family moved to Naples when Giuseppe was four years old, and he lived there for the rest of his life. He graduated from the Univer...
Tags: Religion, Jesus, Catholic, Christ, Naples, Pompeii, Nina, Giuseppe, CC BY SA, Mount Vesuvius, Paul VI, José Luiz Bernardes Ribeiro, Moscati, BENEVENTO ITALY, Giuseppe Moscati, University of Naples Medical School


Cricket Wireless Launches 'Four for the Holidays' Holiday Campaign

Modeled after a Hollywood release, Cricket Wireless is launched a blockbuster of a holiday campaign this season with the help of its AOR, ARGONAUT, which brought its animated characters to life – starting with the release a (very) short film, Four for the Holidays, and a unique FB Live press junket with the “lead actors.”  See below for an overview on all the campaign elements. ‘Four for the Holidays’ Film: The story of four friends with holiday plans that take them across the US, Mexico, and C...
Tags: Hollywood, Technology, Advertising, David, Canada, Cricket, Mica, Chris, Rose, Carter, Linda, Mario Lopez, Nina, Argonaut, Gaston, US Mexico


Financial Case Study: Nina Ragusa (Where in the World is Nina), Travel Blogger

This post Financial Case Study: Nina Ragusa (Where in the World is Nina), Travel Blogger appeared first on The Professional Hobo. Nina Ragusa is a pro adventurer and traveler who has been abroad since 2011. While she saved some big money working a few jobs with a working holiday visa in Australia, she now blogs full-time at Where in the World is Nina and has a life mission of traveling, living and working on all continents. Her sassy yet informative writing gives the low-down on how to work abro...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Greece, Australia, Africa, Morocco, Italy, Financial Case Studies, Financial Case Study, Travel Blogger, Nina, Nora, Nina Ragusa, Campbell 's Soup, Europe Southeast Asia, Where in the World is Nina


Lynne Ramsay on Defying Clichés in ‘You Were Never Really Here’ and Her Thoughts on Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker [Interview]

Lynne Ramsay was never really trying to break the mold. The director of this year’s critical darling You Were Never Really Here chooses her movies with discretion, with a six-year gap between the Joaquin Phoenix-starring noir thriller and her last film, the haunting psychological drama We Need to Talk About Kevin. Only four feature films total populate Ramsay’s entire catalogue, each of them critically beloved, each of them inflicting a different kind of violence upon the audience. “We’ve seen ...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Mexico, Features, Thriller, Joaquin Phoenix, Joe, Noir, Phoenix, Joaquin, Kevin, Nina, Ramsay, Lynne Ramsay, Featured Stories Sidebar, You Were Never Really Here


Keep Calm And Curry On At Spice I Am, Surry Hills

It was a cold Friday night in Sydney. There we were: Nina, her mum Karen, Garth, Mr NQN and I at a pub. The smell of the food wafting from the kitchen was great but alas there wasn't much vegetarian on offer. So Nina and I were scrambling on our phones for somewhere closeby to eat. It also had to be cheap and cheerful and fast and within one suburb's distance from us in Paddington. And that's how we ended up at Spice I Am in Surry Hills.
Tags: Travel, Sydney, Nina, Spice I Am Surry Hills, Karen Garth Mr NQN, Spice I Am