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The Best Movies of 2015 Photo The film critics of The New York Times — Manohla Dargis, A. O. Manohla Dargis You might think that our love of lists could be pinned on the Ten Commandments, but Umberto Eco says otherwise. Death may be behind the ritual of the critic’s top 10 lists, including that of physical media: Lists are easy to read on cellphones even if the deluge of entertainment media increasingly makes comprehensive viewing near-impossible. 1. 2. 3. 4. This video is not currently supported on your browser. Continue reading the main story Video 5. 6. 7. Continue reading the main story 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. A. Like a lot of critics, I chafe against the arbitrariness of lists even as I recognize their utility. 1. Mr. 2. This journey into the mind and feelings of an 11-year-old-girl may be Pixar’s wildest adventure yet. 3. “The Big Short” (Adam McKay) 4. A meditation on love, loss and the meaning of life. 5. 6. 7. Continue reading the main story Video 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 1. The Best Movies of 2015
“The claves, Joel?” Mr. Simon called to Joel Guzman. “You’re right,” Mr. “Right again,” Mr. On stage were scores of homemade percussion instruments, a kind of woodwind hacked from PVC plumbing pipe, accordions, electric mandolin, tricked-up washboard, guitars and bass and keyboard and French horns and trumpets. This routine has been followed for virtually all the 36 dates so far on the band’s tour: performance, grinding refinement, performance. Mr. His new album, “Stranger to Stranger,” was released this spring into a shower of laudatory reviews. “I was having dinner with Paul Muldoon, the poet, and I said, I had this title I don’t know whether I want to keep it, ‘Wristband,’” Mr. Sometime later, he got stuck while working on a lyric that involved a musician who steps into an alley behind a club and finds himself locked out, unable to regain entry without a wristband. Photo “From out of nowhere, I said, wristband, it’s just a metaphor for, ‘You can’t get in. Could This Be the End of Paul Simon’s Rhymin’? Could This Be the End of Paul Simon’s Rhymin’?
A Tale of Two Cities: Meet Lyra Baroque Orchestra’s Internationally Acclaimed Artistic Director, Jacques Ogg - Minneapolis Riverfront News - Minneapolis Riverfront Neighborhoods. A Tale of Two Cities: Meet Lyra Baroque Orchestra’s Internationally Acclaimed Artistic Director, Jacques Ogg - Minneapolis Riverfront News - Minneapolis Riverfront Neighborhoods. Interview and photos by Susan Schaefer Jacques Ogg artistic director of Lyra Baroque Orchestra lunches at the Birchwood Cafe Europe’s sophistication in Minnesota Ask most classical performers where to find the most “sophisticated audiences” and likely Europe will be the reply. "Not so,” answers Jacques Ogg, artistic director of the Twin Cities’ Lyra Baroque Orchestra. The quest for such quality of appreciation is not mythical. Luckily, the less well-known Lyra Baroque Orchestra has been providing continental classiness for Minnesotan audiences for 15 of its past 30 years under the astute leadership of Jacques Ogg, the celebrated Dutch Baroque maestro, who hails from Maastricht, the Netherlands. Ogg not only lends his own virtuoso reputation, but regularly brings acclaimed European and global guest artists to elevate each performance. A Renaissance on the River Ogg and Destrubé introduce Baroque Instrumental Program at Ultan Hall, UMN Ferguson Hall, University of Minnesota School of Music
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Roman Entertainment The Romans liked to go out and enjoy themselves. Public Entertainment The Roman amphitheatre was the centre of public entertainment in Rome, and all over the Roman Empire. People would go to the amphitheatre to see men fighting wild beasts or each other. These men were called gladiators. It was a cruel sport because someone was usually killed. Find out more about amphitheatres Find out more about Roman gladiators The stadium (or circus) was used for chariot-racing. A stadium has been discovered at Colchester. Chariot Racing Chariot-racing was a very popular sport all over the Roman Empire. Roman chariots were ultra lightweight and flimsy. There were three main types of chariots: Two-horse chariots (biga) Three-horse chariot (triga) Four-horse chariot (quadra) Charioteers were usually slaves The Romans liked to keep themselves clean. Find out more Most Roman cities had a theatre. Performances were often part of religious festivals. The actors were men with each actor playing several roles. Roman Entertainment
Roman Entertainment Facts The Romans, particularly the rich, enjoyed lots of leisure time, and they spent this time in a variety of different ways. Here are some facts about some of the forms of Roman entertainment. Roman Baths Most Romans visited the public bath house on a daily basis. Bath houses were set up like the spas or health clubs of today, and a trip to the bath house was a social occasion.At the bath house Romans could exercise, get clean, meet friends, walk in the gardens and borrow books from the bath house library.Follow this link to learn more facts about Roman baths. Chariot Racing at the Stadium Chariot races took place in the stadium (sometimes known as the circus). The Roman Theatre Gladiators and the Amphitheatre Roman Feasts and Dinner Parties Rich Romans enjoyed entertaining at home. Find out more facts about the Romans by visiting our resources page. Roman Entertainment Facts
Danger on the set: Accidents while filming seldom get reported LOS ANGELES — As hundreds of names scrolled up the screen after 2012's "The Avengers," moviegoers who remained glued to their seats for a taste of the next treat in Marvel's superhero universe didn't know one name was missing — that of John Suttles, a truck driver who died helping make the $1.5 billion blockbuster. Every year, workers on both sides of the camera are maimed, burned, break bones and even die striving to deliver entertainment that packs multiplexes and commands top TV ratings. Injuries come not just from obvious risks such as stunts and explosives, but from falls off ladders, toppled equipment and machines without safety guards. Yet in an industry where virtually everything is tallied and every success is touted, set accidents remain largely hidden and the consequences usually amount to mere thousands of dollars in fines paid out of multimillion-dollar budgets. OSHA investigates most workplace accidents, whether they take place on a movie set, a factory or a farm. Danger on the set: Accidents while filming seldom get reported
Mariah Carey performs at the New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, in New York. (Photo by Greg Allen/Invision/AP) NEW YORK -- Mariah Carey has ushered in 2017 and stirred plenty of Twitter comments with a botched performance on "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest" on ABC. The singer appeared to have technical difficulties during her live performance Saturday night in Times Square. She told the crowd, "I'm trying to be a good sport here." Carey headlined the festivities in Times Square, where about a million revelers jammed in to greet 2017. After the song finished Carey looked exasperated. She started saying, "That was," then she paused and finally finished by saying, "amazing." Mariah Carey stirs Twitter buzz with botched singing on New Year's Eve telecast Mariah Carey stirs Twitter buzz with botched singing on New Year's Eve telecast
How each signs express their anger It doesn’t matter who you are. Everyone gets angry from time to time. And when we’re angry, we tend to leave patience, humility and common sense behind, even if only for a moment. So, here are some of the typical things each zodiac sign usually has to work on when it comes to acting out in anger. Aries- Arians are definitely one of the quickest to anger. They don’t usually start arguments with people, but they certainly know how to end them. But, as quick as they are to anger, they are usually just as quick to calm down and even forgive those who angered them in the first place. Taurus- Taureans are usually quite fair tempered creatures. When they do get angry it can take a long time for them calm them down again. After the argument is over, they are usually very quick to forgive, unless of course you’ve done something extreme that they consider unforgivable. Gemini-As you probably already know, Geminis are known as the Twins. Geminis LOVE to talk. passive aggressive behavior.
15 clever psychological tricks that everyone should know The following psychological tricks will make your life easier and help you cope with stressful situations. They’re well worth reading. When a group of people laughs, people instinctively look toward the group members they feel closest to (or want to feel closest to).Chew gum or eat food if you’re doing something that would normally make you feel nervous. It tricks a primal part of your brain into thinking you couldn’t be in danger because you’re eating.If somebody is angry at you and you stay calm, they’ll probably get angrier, but they’ll be ashamed at themselves later.If you ask someone a question and they only give you a partial answer, maintain eye-contact and stay silent. The person answering will usually assume that the original answer wasn’t good enough, and they’ll keep talking.Emotional expressions are one way to cause emotions.
Ten excellent tips for packing your holiday suitcase If you’ve never felt stressed out while doing your last-minute holiday packing, you’re either an emotionless robot or you prefer to travel carrying nothing but a small duty-free bag. We at Bright Side tend to suffer from pre-holiday anxiety as well, so we’ve compiled a list of simple rules for organizing one’s suitcase. By following these easy-to-memorize examples, you will always stay in control of the situation and make the best use of even the smallest of suitcases! 1. A great way to save suitcase space and make sure that your clothes don’t crease is to store them in tight rolls instead of stacking them on top of each other. This way, even a cramped suitcase can easily house 3 pairs of shorts, 3 pairs of pants, 3 pairs of jeans, 1 skirt, 2 swimsuits, 3 summer sweaters, 10 jerseys, 5 shirts, and 4 dresses. 2. Vacuum compression bags are invaluable for packing bulky objects such as jackets, children’s clothes, soft toys, and bed linen. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Why Typography Matters — Especially At The Oscars – freeCodeCamp Now, let’s imagine an alternate timeline where the presenters were given this modified version of the wrong card, using the same elements of the original card: It may not seem like much to a regular person, but changing the sizing, positioning, and weight of the text makes a big difference. A big enough difference that this embarrassing mistake could’ve been prevented. Let’s analyze the differences between the original card and my modified card with a side-by-side comparison of subtle, yet important changes. Here’s what should’ve been changed based on the three critiques I just made: The logo doesn’t need to be at the top of this card. That’s it. With a modified card, even if the presenters had gotten the wrong one, none of this would’ve happened because the presenters would’ve looked at it and one of two things would’ve happened: their eyes would’ve read “Best Actress,” or, “Emma Stone.”
Nach über 150 Jahren ist bei der Navy ein neues Zeitalter angebrochen. Seit Kurzem ist die US-Marine in der Lage, ihre internen Nachrichten in Groß- und Kleinbuchstaben zu verfassen und zu dekodieren. Wie die Navy Times berichtete, hatte der Personalchef Vice Admiral Scott Van Buskirk im Mai die erste gemischtbuchstabige Anweisung in der Geschichte der Navy verfasst. Möglich machte das die Einführung eines neuen Nachrichten-Weiterleitungssystems, das – so die Navy – preiswerter und einfacher zu bedienen ist und als eine Art Seiteneffekt die Groß- und Kleinschreibung sowie Sonderzeichen beherrscht. Ihren Ursprung hat die Praxis des Versalschreibens in der Mitte des vorletzten Jahrhunderts. Damals kommunizierten Kontrollstationen und Schiffe über Telegrafen und Lichtsignale, die traditionell in Großbuchstaben dekodiert wurden. Laut Navy Times hat die Neuerung bereits eine Fülle an Reaktionen hervorgerufen. US-Navy beherrscht jetzt auch Kleinbuchstaben | iX
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