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What were your best films of 2015; what were your worst? Well will let you know what we felt were some of the best and worst films we reviewed this past year! We'll also take a look the winners from the Golden Globes and the nominees for for Oscars at the upcoming Academy Awards. This is a great time to take in all the major films and documentaries that have been released. Please join us for this discussion of our favorites and see if you agree!
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January 2016 edition of Cinema in Noir. Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. On this edition we reveal what we’d like to see from Hollywood this year and what we’re promising of ourselves as film critics. We will also discuss the Golden Globe nominees and our thoughts on the 2015-2016 award season.
Best picture, drama: “The Revenant”
Best picture, comedy or musical:“The Martian”
Actress, drama: Brie Larson, “Room”
Actor, drama: Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Revenant”
Actress, musical or comedy:Jennifer Lawrence, “Joy”
Actor, musical or comedy: Matt Damon, “The Martian”
Supporting actress: Kate Winslet, “Steve Jobs”
Supporting actor: Sylvester Stallone, “Creed”
Director: Alejandro G. Iñárritu, “The Revenant”
Best series, drama: “Mr. Robot” (USA)
Best series, comedy or musical: “Mozart in the Jungle” (Amazon)
Best television movie or mini-series: “Wolf Hall” (PBS)
Actress, mini-series or television movie: Lady Gaga, “American Horror Story: Hotel”
Actor, mini-series or television movie: Oscar Isaac, “Show Me a Hero”
Actress, drama: Taraji P. Henson, “Empire”
Actor, drama: Jon Hamm, “Mad Men”
Actress, comedy or musical: Rachel Bloom, “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”
Actor, comedy or musical: Gael García Bernal, “Mozart in the Jungle”
Supporting actress, mini-series or television movie: Maura Tierney, “The Affair”
Supporting actor, mini-series or television movie: Christian Slater, “Mr. Robot”
Golden Globe Nominations, FilmMakers Disguise Bible as Koran & Other News
Huge disadvantages of the fabulously wealthy include no one around with the guts and wit to say, "You're being stupid!" Another, more intractable one is the delusion if you are rich you must be brilliant...in everything.
Over the past decade or so, John Henry has pushed his The Boston Globe and Red Sox to the edge of ruin and seems to have no sense of that. He is the ugly side of capitalism, or one of the ugly sides. He jacked up ballpark/ticket prices to the highest in basebaqll. Likewise, he is huge in expeneive newspaper paywalls and has made both home delivery and online Globe prices the highest in the nation, higher even than papers like the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times. Those two at least give you info to earn you money back and more. The Globe simply relies on its almost monopoly status (there is an asthenic Murdoch-owned tabloid for a weak competitor.)
This past week, Henry blew it again. He's already pared the writing/reporting staff to the nub. Now he went after the delivery contractor, switching to a cheaper vendor. That makes perfect capitalistic sense; bottom line, don't you know. The problem is that the new contractor has already failed elsewhere and certainly plonked here.
Let us consider Henry's empire and whether the delusional rich can ever objectively judge their decisions. I suspect you already know my conclusion.
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Featuring “Bhajo Ma: Kirtan of Divine Mother” by Acharya Mangalananda
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This month we’re featuring Acharya Mangalananda’s “Bhajo Ma”. Mangalananda is an Acharya--designated spiritual Teacher--of Ma Anandamayi Ashram Trust of Indore/Omkareshwar, India. He lives in Novato, California (San Francisco Bay Area) where he offers regular classes and workshops and presents Traditional kirtan.....for more on this story go to: www.spiritualimageproductions.com/TheGoldenAgeMusicShow
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DRAGNET: This exciting episode is titled "Homicide". Sit back, relax, transport yourself back in time to the Golden Age of Radio
Dragnet is an American radio series, enacting the cases of a dedicated Los Angeles police etective, Sergeant Joe Friday and his partners. The show takes its name from the police term "dragnet", meaning a system of coordinated measures for apprehending criminals or suspects.
Dragnet is perhaps the most famous and influential police procedural drama in media history. The series gave audience members a feel for the boredom and drudgery, as well as the danger and heroism, of police work. Dragnet earned praise for improving the public opinion of police officers.
Actor and producer Jack Webb's aims in Dragnet were for realism and unpretentious acting.
Of all the crime dramas that ever appeared on radio, none can beat the intencity and suspence of DRAGNET. It's no-nonsense approach to presenting the dry, but realistic daily routines of police work, plus the stark drama of fighting criminals, made this series an all-time classic, both on radio, and later on, television. DRAGNET continues to be an all-time classic, and, is the drama that set the standard of all police dramas that followed it, have tried to emulate. None have been able to do so since.
God as bread. God as a laboring woman. God as a dog. Sound heretical? These are all metaphors for God that are used in the Bible! Lauren Winner's stunning book "Wearing God" brings some of these images forward for new consideration. Today, Lori and Alice consider God as a sensory experience: What does God smell like? What smells are most pleasing to God? How does our sense of smell lead us to — and away from — real communion with God? Then, we'll take on the metaphor of God as bread. Is God a marbled rye or chocolate tea bread? Tune in for some lively discussion from your favorite spiritual book club!