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Matthew Rolston, who photographed Beyoncé and Prince, turns his eye to Pageant of the Masters

“Matthew Rolston, Art People: The Pageant Portraits” is the renowned fashion photographer’s latest attempt to pull back the layers of humanity through portraiture. This time Rolston is making art about people who recreate fine art, taking on as his subject the volunteers who adorn themselves in paint, costumes and hair pieces as part of the annual Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach. “Art People” is scheduled to open at the Laguna Art Museum on Sunday, June 27 — a week and a half before the t...
Tags: Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, Los Angeles, Sport, Visual Arts, Things To Do, Soccer, Madonna, Andy Warhol, Richard Branson, Jesus, Estee Lauder, David Hockney, Theater, Disneyland, Pasadena

This Week In Trailers: Wildland, Cryptozoo, Blind Ambition, Who Are You, Charlie Brown?

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we’re giving away psychiatric help for a nickel, go visit our off-the-rail relatives, opine while watching something magically anim...
Tags: Apple, Jessica Chastain, Movies, France, China, Disney, Netflix, South Africa, This Week In Trailers, Michael Jordan, Zimbabwe, Drew Barrymore, Lebron James, Charles, Pbs, Movie Trailers

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust Announces Update On Recent Operating Trends And Contract To Sell The Roger New York

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE: PEB) (the “Company”) today announced an update on recent operating trends.
Tags: Travel, New York, Roger, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust NYSE, PEB

There’s Already a ‘Cruella’ Sequel in Development at Disney, Darling

Cruella has barely spent a whole week at the box office and on Disney+ Premier Access, but apparently that’s enough for the House of Mouse to already begin development on a sequel. The origin story of 101 Dalmatians villain Cruella de Vil put Emma Stone in the shoes of the maniac who once wanted to skin the titular dogs to make a fur coat. But this new approach has put the ferocious fashionista on a bit of a different trajectory, at least for the time being, and Disney wants her story to contin...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Disney, Sequels, Emma-Stone, Jasper, Hollywood Reporter, Anita, Cruella de Vil, Roger, Craig Gillespie, Horace, Cruella, CinemaScore, Perdita

Cruella De Vil ist in Disneys Cruella nicht das Monster, für das wir sie halten

Achtung: Spoiler für Disneys Cruella direkt voraus! Wie soll man ein Drehbuch wie Cruella schreiben? Diese Frage geht mir schon seit der Ankündigung durch den Kopf, Disney würde die Vergangenheit der Bösewichtin aus 101 Dalmatiner verfilmen und die Geschichte ihrer Anfänge als Modedesignerin im London der 1970er erzählen. Oder anders formuliert: Wie kreiert man familienfreundliche Unterhaltung, deren Protagonistin scheinbar keine Probleme damit hat, Welpen zu kidnappen, ermorden und häu...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Disney, Emma Stone, Jasper, Iggy, Cruella de Vil, Tod, Roger, Weg, Wie, Rolle, Wahrheit, Kopf, Kurz

‘Cruella’ Director Craig Gillespie Wants to Make a Sequel With the Villain “Fully Loaded”

Cruella may not have opened as big at the box office as A Quiet Place Part II, but it’s clear the origin story of the 101 Dalmatians villain already has plenty of big fans. If you’re among the masses looking to get more of Emma Stone as the rebellious fashionista, you’ll be happy to hear that director Craig Gillespie already has some ideas about what he’d like to see from a Cruella sequel. Since Cruella is an origin story, we’ve yet to see the actual plot of 101 Dalmatians unfold. The events ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Disney, Sequels, Emma-Stone, Gillespie, Emma Thompson, Tony, Anita, Cruella de Vil, Roger, Collider, Craig Gillespie, Cruella, Pongo, Perdita

All 8 ‘Conjuring’ Universe Films Ranked From Worst to Best

The Conjuring Universe is ready to unleash its eighth movie, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, upon the world. It’s time yet again to follow Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, respectively) as they fight the forces of darkness while remaining eternally devoted to one another. But where does the new movie rank in terms of the franchise? And how does the Conjuring series stack up as a whole? Let’s do what any self-respecting website devoted to movies would do and rank ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Features, Sequels, Ed, Rosemary, Judy, Annabelle, Perron, Roger, Lorraine, Linda Cardellini, Ron Livingston, Patrick Wilson, James Wan, Top 10 Lists

ScottC’s Podcast Review: Audio SciFi

I listen to a lot of podcasts. A lot of podcasts. Looking at my podcatcher, I have over seventy five on there. I can also say, going total hipster, that I was into podcasts way before Serial. I listen to podcasts, I’ve been on podcasts, I work with podcasts. I thought I’d share some of the podcasts I listen to and share some of the ones that may have passed you by with the current glut out there. What if a super powerful A.I. controlled the world? But what if the A.I. wasn’t a virtua...
Tags: Reviews, Podcasts, Sci-fi, Reddit, Warren, Gordon, Wilder, Roger, Alexandre, Nessa, Michell, Red Valley, Ashwini, Roger Bragado Fischer, Patreon Red Valley, Warren Godby

Trouble Brews in Los Angeles in New Trailer for 'Stalker' aka 'Blinders'

"Where's my dog?" "You've got bigger fish to fry…" Vertical Ent. has released an official trailer for an indie suspense-thriller titled Stalker, formerly known as Blinders when it first premiered at FrightFest and the Austin Film Festival last year. The film is arriving on VOD this June to watch. After a messy break-up, Andy relocates from Austin to Los Angeles to start fresh. Eager to make new connections, he befriends Roger, an unusual rideshare driver. But when Roger's behavior gets too s...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Los Angeles, Austin, Andy, Indies, Roger, To Watch, Sam This, Christine Ko Vincent Van Horn Michael Joplin

‘Stalker’ Trailer: An L.A. Rideshare Driver Becomes Obsessed With a Passenger

Stalker, the new movie from Inheritance writer/director Tyler Savage, is the latest entry into the “unhinged rideshare driver” subgenre, joining films like the Joe Keery-led Spree and the Quibi project The Stranger. Fair warning: watching the trailer for this movie might make you think twice about ordering that Uber or Lyft next time you need to go somewhere. Stalker Trailer Here’s the film’s official synopsis: In the wake of a messy break-up, Andy Escobedo decides to start fresh, reloca...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Austin, Thriller, Movie Trailers, Independent, Andy, Roger, Stalker, Christine Ko, Joe Keery, Sam This, Tyler Savage, Andy Escobedo, Vincent Van Horn Michael Lee Joplin, Daniel Pisano

A quick guide to Mushroom Foraging tips; Plus etiquette 101!

It’s Art! If you haven’t heard, foraging is a productive and entertaning hobby to keep you busy while the lifts are closed. It can also be a side-gig while you’re hiking, splitboarding, skating, etc (any activity that brings you outside.) Eventually I will assemble the ultimate guide to survival foraging for snowboarders, but since it’s prime ‘shroomin’ season in Vermont (and other moist, wooded places such as ski resorts, too) here are some tips to get you going. For even more info, be sur...
Tags: Sport, Features, New Jersey, Snowboarding, Mushrooms, Vermont, Foraging, Roger, Green Mountains, BERKELY, Hot Shit, Perfect Turkey, Artist Conk, Birch Polypore, Fiddleheads, Mountain Times Black

Foraging tips and etiquette 101

It’s Art! If you haven’t heard, foraging is a productive and entertaning hobby to keep you busy while the lifts are closed. It can also be a side-gig while you’re hiking, splitboarding, skating, etc (any activity that brings you outside.) Eventually I will assemble the ultimate guide to survival foraging for snowboarders, but since it’s prime ‘shroomin’ season in Vermont (and other moist, wooded places such as ski resorts, too) here are some tips to get you going. For even more info, be sur...
Tags: Sport, Features, New Jersey, Snowboarding, Mushrooms, Vermont, Foraging, Roger, Green Mountains, BERKELY, Hot Shit, Perfect Turkey, Artist Conk, Birch Polypore, Fiddleheads, Mountain Times Black

This Judge Keeps Going Viral — See Also

The Antics In This Judge’s Courtroom Just Don’t Stop: Another viral Zoom failure. You Have To Ask: Why are these law profs so hard up to use racial slurs? Biglaw Isn’t Hot To Mandate Vaccines: But really want you to get 'em.  This Isn’t Mister Roger’s Neighborhood: Pretending can get you in hot water. Biglaw Partner Found Dead: Rest In Peace. 
Tags: Law, Roger, See Also

The Trouble with Edutainment

Sparkchasers Episode 35 | Show Notes The Trouble with Edutainment Schoolhouse Rock. Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. Sesame Street? What do these all have in common? They are a great example of what’s now coined Edutainment. And while this isn’t new, Edutainment has taken on a whole new evolution as access to [...] The post The Trouble with Edutainment appeared first on The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM.
Tags: Podcasts, Student Engagement, Roger, Classroom Management, All Episodes, Approaches, Institute for Arts Integration, Sparkchasers 2.0

The Quarantine Stream: The Team Deakins Podcast is Like a Free Audio Version of Film School

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Podcast: Team Deakins Where You Can Stream It: Apple, Spotify, the usual places podcasts can be heard. The Pitch: Twice a week, Oscar-winning cinematographer Roger Deakins (Blade Runner 2049, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, The Shawshank Redemption) and his wife and collaborator James Deakins are joined by a gue...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Features, James, Martin Scorsese, Roger, Roger Deakins, Jesse James, Rodrigo Prieto, Coward Robert Ford, Featured Stories Sidebar, The Quarantine Stream, James Deakins

‘The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains’ coming to Los Angeles

“The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains,” featuring over 350 artifacts collected from the band’s more than 55-year career, is coming to the United States for the first time and taking up residency at the Vogue Multicultural Museum in Los Angeles Aug. 3-Nov. 28. The traveling exhibition, which drew over 400,000 attendees to London’s Victoria and Albert Museum in 2017, serves as a retrospective of the various chapters of Pink Floyd’s career. It includes high-tech audio and visuals, object...
Tags: Art, Music, London, Los Angeles, Sport, Pink Floyd, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Jennifer Lopez, Harry, Victoria, Richard Wright, Bay Area, San Bernardino, Syd Barrett

28 Mother's Day food gifts she'll want to dig into immediately

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Milk Bar Food, be it decadent sweets or a hearty steak, is a nearly foolproof gift option for Mother's Day. In a stomach growl-inducing search, we found 28 food and drink gifts she'll want to dig into immediately. If you're looking specifically for chocolates, check out our guide for the best chocolates you can get for Mother's Day.Browse all our Mother's Day gift guides here to find ...
Tags: Reviews, Health, Coffee, Food, Gift Guide, Japan, New York, Mexico, New York City, Los Angeles, Trends, Georgia, Gifts, Atlantic, Brooklyn, Food And Drink

Introducing Six New (in)courage Contributors!

Can Christmas in April be a thing? Because today sure feels like it. We are like giddy sisters jumping out of our skin in excitement to share with you the gift of six new (in)courage writers! (Cue poppers and twinkle lights!) For quite a while, we’ve felt like it was time to widen the circle and ask more women to pile into the (in)courage living room. We picture this virtual living room full of couches, overstuffed chairs, comfy floor pillows — a place where we can always scooch over to make mor...
Tags: New York, Texas, Instagram, California, Massachusetts, India, Inspiration, Los Angeles, Chicago, United States, Food Network, Middle East, Community, Manhattan, Silicon Valley, Jesus

Stunning New Disney Posters by Ben Harman Include ‘Aladdin’, ‘101 Dalmatians’, ‘The Aristocats’ & More

Artist Ben Harman has been delivering some of the best artwork we’ve ever seen inspired by the film of Walt Disney Animation. Today, his offerings expand with a batch of new releases from Bottleneck Gallery. Sticking with his signature tall framing style, the new Ben Harman Disney posters focus on Aladdin, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 101 Dalmatians, The Aristocats, and Alice in Wonderland. Get a look at all of them below. New Ben Harman Disney Posters Aladdin (Day) by Ben Harman Giclee 12...
Tags: Art, Movies, Animation, Alice, Cool Stuff, Harman, Paris France, Roger, Aladdin, Notre Dame Cathedral, Agrabah, Ben Harman, Pongo, Perdita, Disney/Pixar, Alice-in-Wonderland

15 common phrases civilians stole from the US military

A Marine motor transport operator talks to vehicle commanders during convoy training at Camp Pendleton, California, January 16, 2019. US Marine Corps/Lance Cpl. Brendan Mullin The military is full of interesting lingo. The Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Army all have their own unique phrases. Some of these are so good, the civilian world just can't resist picking them up when it hears them. Here are 15 phrases that jumped from the military ranks to the civilian sphere. See more sto...
Tags: England, Navy, Senate, Iraq, Defense, US, Trends, Afghanistan, Marine, Nato, Army, Air Force, US Army, Romeo, Jargon, Etymology

Stephen Hill And Zachary Knighton On Taking Over Magnum P.I.: ‘Very Blessed To Have A Torch From 30 Years Ago Passed To Us’

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Tags: La, Cbs, Stephen, Honolulu, Zack, Larry, Stevie, Roger, Higgins, Betsy, Stephen Hill, Imelda Marcos, Paramount CBS, Matt Weiss, Zachary Knighton, Magnum P.I

Olivia Colman in Talks For Sam Mendes’ Romance Drama Empire of Light

Olivia Colman in talks for Sam Mendes’ romance drama Empire of Light Over a year after the critical and box office success of 1917, acclaimed director Sam Mendes has finally found his next major directing project in the form of a romantic drama film titled Empire of Light. Searchlight Pictures has officially boarded the project, with Academy Award-winning actress Olivia Colman in negotiations to lead the feature. Should the deal push through, Empire of Light will be the British actress’ late...
Tags: UK, England, Movies, Netflix, Sony, Sam Mendes, Olivia Colman, Sam, Maggie Gyllenhaal, South Coast, Pippa, Roger, Mendes, Roger Deakins, Colman, Yorgos Lanthimos

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How Roger Wolfson Keeps Ticking

Many of you may not have heard the name, but Roger Wolfson is one of the best writers of our generation and he is a man who has dedicated his life to his craft. Roger began life as an attorney and has since gone on to write for hit TV shows like Fairly Legal and Law & Order, he has sold 8 of his own TV shows to major networks, not to mention his career as a political analyst and speech writer. It would seem that there is nothing that this man cannot turn his hand to and despite having already a...
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Roger Mudd, legendary political reporter for CBS News, has died at 93

"Roger was a hero in the CBS News Washington bureau," said Susan Zirinsky, president and senior executive producer of CBS News.
Tags: Washington, Cbs News, Roger, Roger Mudd, Susan Zirinsky

This pan-African freelance platform is the first Zimbabwean startup backed by Techstars

On the 25th of January, Techstars Seattle announced its 12th class featuring 10 startups from different parts of the world . The accelerator, which has accepted only a handful of African startups, included one from Zimbabwe in this class . AfriBlocks is a global pan-African marketplace of vetted African freelance professionals . The startup was founded by Tongayi Choto and Roger Roman in July 2020 and has offices in Harare and Los Angeles,. The company is trying to address the high...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Africa, Los Angeles, Tech, Chicago, Zimbabwe, Talent, Seattle, DataCamp, TechStars, Coursera, Freelancer, Harare, Roman

Gore Verbinski and Roger Deakins Are Working on Two New Animated Movies

Gore Verbinski and legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins worked together on the animated film Rango, and now it looks like the two are reuniting for not one but two new animated features. Verbinski revealed the news himself, although he also remained a little tight-lipped about what we can expect. We know two things for sure: neither animated feature will be a Western, like Rango, but one of them is a musical. Gore Verbinski hasn’t made a film since 2016’s criminally underrated A Cure For ...
Tags: Animation, Gore-Verbinski, Roger Deakins

‘Roadmarks’: George R.R. Martin to Develop a New Sci-Fi Series Adaptation for HBO, Continues to Do Anything But Write

George R.R. Martin is keeping busy — at everything except for writing, it seems. The A Song of Ice and Fire author is executive producing a TV series adaptation of “his friend and mentor” Roger Zelazny‘s sci-fi novel Roadmarks for HBO, bringing more dragons to the premium cable channel which completed Game of Thrones before Martin did. Deadline reports that George R.R. Martin, whose A Song of Ice and Fire novels spawned HBO’s flagship fantasy series Game of Thrones, is executive producing a ...
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Roadmarks Series in the Works at HBO From George R.R. Martin

Roadmarks series in the works at HBO from George R.R. Martin According to Deadline, HBO is currently in the process of developing a series adaptation of Roadmarks, based on Roger Zelazny’s classic sci-fi fantasy novel of the same name. The project hails from Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin and Kalinda Vazquez. if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRe...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Kate Winslet, Camelot, George R R Martin, Martin, Roger, Roger Zelazny, Jeff Kravitz FilmMagic, Roadmarks, Kalinda Vazquez, Kalinda Vasquez, Vince Gerardis Both Martin, Gerardis