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KARI PERKINS (costume designer) has created the wardrobes for seven films directed by Austin-based filmmaker Richard Linklater, first working with the two-time Oscar® nominee as additional costume designer on his critically-acclaimed 1993 comedy, “Dazed and Confused.”While it would be another decade before Perkins reteamed with Linklater on his 2002 HBO feature, “$5.15/Hour,” she has since collaborated with him on five additional features -- “Fast Food Nation,” “A Scanner Darkly,” the critically-acclaimed comedy-thriller, “Bernie” (Best Picture nominee at the Independent Spirit Awards, Best Comedy from the People’s Choice Awards, and recognition as one of the Top 10 Films of 2011 by the National Board of Review), his epic 12-year-odyssey, “Boyhood” and, most recently, the period baseball drama, “That’s What I’m Talking About.”In addition to her film/TV work, Perkins has also designed for some of Austin’s most prolific dance choreographers such as Ballet Austin’s Stephen Mills’ “Women and Light,” “Torso” and “Wall of Names,” and Sharir+Bustamante’s “For Four” and “Court 6.” Perkins has also worked on Ariel Dance Theater’s “Gyre,” “Five2Ten,” “Flush” and “Everything Between”; and Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Co.’s “Murmur,” “Royal Pair,” “Spin” and “Woman Smiling.” Her stage work also include the 2002 B. Iden Payne Award for Outstanding Costume Design for the stage production “Dark Goddess.” You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
When I spoke to the young girls I touched on Self-Esteem vs. Self-Worth but with young boys I want to talk about how their boyhood brings about manhood. It is the experiences that he has as a boy that will dictate his life as a man. We as African-American mothers must make sure that we foster out young boys boyhood. Tune in #RealTalkWillBeHad
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films. First, we look at the latest film in the apes series Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Then we review Richard Linklater's Boyhood, followed by Affluenza, A Long Way Down, and Land Ho!
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Tonight our host, Jude Southerland Kessler, author of http://www.johnlennonseries.com will have the joy of talking to John Lennon's boyhood friend, Michael Hill. Michael attended Dovedale Primary in Woolton with John, and later, QuarryBank Grammar with both John and Pete Shotton! His stories are incredible... and not the same tired tales you've heard a dozen times!
Michael is the author of a brand new book: John Lennon, The Boy Who Became a Legend, and it is fascinating! In fact, Michael proposes a new story about the event that "hooked" John on rock'n'roll. Don't miss this exciting new info for Beatles fans!
On this week's Cinema Royale it's time to grow up, geek out, and reach for the cloud. Richard Linklater's epic coming-of-age drama Boyhood finally hits theaters after twelve years in the making. The film was a smash at Sundance and we'll see if the wait was truly worth it. Plus, Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz try to get their Sex Tape down from the cloud in their new comedy.
With San Diego Comic-Con just days away, fellow attendee Wilson Morales of Blackfilm.com will call in to preview some of the biggest panels, events, premieres, and news from the massive geek event. Marvel, Lucasfilm, DC, they'll all be on hand and we'll give you just a taste of what you can expect to see revealed!
Happy Holidays. I can't beleive I am saying that. Halloween is behind us and Thanksgiving is around the corner. My two guests for November are rare treats, Amy M. Bennett and Virgil Alexander.
Amy M. Bennett was born and raised in El Paso, Texas, but has spent most of her life in New Mexico. ?
End of the Road is the first book in her Black Horse Campground series.
When she’s not writing, Amy is a cake decorator at Walmart in Alamogordo, NM or serving wine at Noisy Water Winery in mid-town Ruidoso.
Virgil Alexander was born in rural Gila County, Arizona, and grew up in the area of Globe-Miami. An ardent Arizona history enthusiast
he spent much of his boyhood reading about and experiencing historic sites and the natural environment. His latest book is The Baleful Owl.
There is a chill in the air this morning, and both of these authors have books perfect to read, curled in a chair by the fireplace. Hope you are able to
stop by and chat with us.
Did Vernon Smith hire/bail out Cheriss Ricardo Omar Ince to Kill Marcelle Smith? Who was the policeman who died investigating Gillian Bayne's murder and the link to her death which led to the supposed Cheriss Ricardo Omar Ince, the serial killer since boyhood? Is Clare Cowan scared for her life? Is this why she has consulted a psychic to tell her all will be well? And what about the children of the maids? And the hog and goat children? How did they manage to destroy the middle class and take positions in Parliament? Barbados the corrupt! Tourists and returning nationals beware!
Angela Cole. Sheri Veronica. Rawle Maycock. Alex Mitchell (show via Skype)
The Khaki Boys; Boys in the Band; Marc is Dying; Naked Departure
The Outer Limits of Inner Truth presents an in-depth interview with Dr. Robert Moore and focuses on his book "King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine." The show features three questioners including previous OLIT Guests Chris Duane & Ryan Brooks. In "King Warrior", Dr, Moore and his co-author Douglas Gillette explore today's crisis in masculine identity and describe its two major causes - the disappearance of masculine rites of passage and patriarchy itself. They define the four mature male archetypes - the King (the energy of just and creative ordering), the Warrior (the energy of self-disciplined, aggressive action), the Magician (the energy of initiation and transformation), and the Lover (the energy that connects men to others and the world) - as well as the four immature patterns (Divine Child, Oedipal Child, Precocious Child, and Hero). Moore and Gillette believe the developmental history of every man is, in large part, the story of his failure or success at discovering within himself the archetypes of mature masculinity.
Dr. Robert Moore </a>is Distinguished Service Professor of Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Spirituality in the Graduate Center of the Chicago Theological Seminary where he is the Founding Director of the new Institute for Advanced Studies in Spirituality and Wellness. An internationally recognized psychoanalyst and consultant in private practice in Chicago, he has served as a Training Analyst at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago and is Director of Research for the Institute for Integrative Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy and the Chicago Center for Integrative Psychotherapy.
Men too have stories. And they write them. Two writing brothas, one seasoned, the other emerging, share their passion for the pen, fears, and hopes and dreams.
Dolphus Cue, a self-taught writer, set out to teach himself how to write the same year Richard Nixon resigned the Presidency. He started at zero and labored for years. Then his fear and a lack of confidence led him to give up on his dream of ever becoming an author. Then in 2000, as Dolphus Cue demolished an old rusty shed in his boyhood home in the rubble, he discovered a water-stained cardboard box with his name on it. He couldn't recall how that box got there, but the moment he lifted the lid he recognized the remnants of a dream deferred. The box contained the bulk of Cue’s early efforts at writings. As he leafed through the pages he made a decision: he would try it again; he would publish everything in that cardboard box, or die trying. Well, I've had the pleasure of editing God, Blackie and Me, a story from that cardboard box, and it left me in awe.
Darren Mitchell, who graduated from Morgan State University w/a B.S. in Finance and purchased his FIRST home in east Baltimore last December, thought by the time he turned thirty he would have had it all figured out. “And man, was that far from the truth,” he said. It seemed as if for every good decision he made three bad ones followed. He was not living a meaningful or purposeful life. Something had to change or he’d continue on a downward spiral of living someone else’s dream.
Darren's Blog, www.Intrinsic-living.com, is about living a life that is true to oneself.
She Struts Radio w/DeBora M. Ricks, Thursday, 10/22/15, 6:30pm ET.
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Nicholas Snow welcomes Michael J. Saul, writer/director of The Surface, "The struggle of a young man to slowly create his own sense of family."
As Saul writes at IMDB.com, "Evan Jones, a child orphan who, for years, was shifted from one foster home to another. Now a disaffected college student, he lives with his wealthy boyfriend, Chris. Their social and financial disparities have made their relationship increasingly volatile despite their mutual love for one another. While sifting through old relics at an elderly man's yard sale, Evan finds an 8mm movie camera. The man offers to teach Evan how to use it if he comes back the following week. Upon returning, Evan meets the man's 43-year-old son, Peter. They strike up a conversation and Peter gives him reels of old 8mm movies that are collecting dust in the garage. The home movies, featuring a young Peter and his boyhood friend touch a nerve with Evan. Their youthful flirtations and tenderness are uncomplicated and pure. Evan begins to live vicariously through the home movies and his friendship with Peter soon turns romantic. Evan's relationship with his boyfriend, Chris splinters as he pushes for greater understanding of himself."
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The Real Sports Guys interview Jimmy Grant and Sean Miskimins the authors of Deprived: The Lost 1982 NFL Season:
In 1982 the NFL season was halted for 57 days by a players strike. Although an abbreviated season was eventually completed, the fans were cheated out of a full schedule, great matchups, and a true post-season. Go back in time as we use statistical analysis, humor, and the musings of two young adolescents to replay the 1982 season. Through the eyes of youth, their relationships with family, and their boyhood "idols" we revisit the 1982 season that we were all deprived of.
In addition to learning about the purpose behind writing this book, these former Division III student-athletes will talk about a new NFL Quarterback Rating System they developed!
It’s on! The football season is here and the RSG fellas are ready to go! What's going on in Waco?! USC in the news again?! Illinois big news days before the start of the season?! Wow! Ready Break!
#RSG #jimmygrant #seanmiskimins #beloitcollege #GOBUCS #D3Football #NFL #NFLPA #realsportsguys
Source Nation! Join us tonight for Sports Tuesday with Steve Manderson as he welcomes 2 amazing Guests into the studio.
6:15- Join Steve & Jim Geppi as they discuss, the NBA, NFL & Major League Baseball.
Jim is a Chief feature writer for college newspaper "The Towerlight" ...1973 and 74....
Sports information director at Harford Community College and radio play by play of basketball and football on their college radio station... 1973, 74, and 75...
Jim Also enjoys taking my therapy dog into hospitals and nursing homes since retiring in 2008...
Adopted Mickey from the local pound on August 25th, 2008...Who was named after Mickey Mantle...
My boyhood idol...
7:15 Join Steve as he welcomes Corin "Tiny" Adams into the studio to discuss her amazing career and her book, "TINY SETBACKS, MAJOR COMEBACKS".
Raised in Brooklyn, Corin graduated from James Madison HS in Brooklyn, NY and went on to have an illustrious career at Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. Highlighted by having her jersey retired at Madison and breaking a numerous amount of records at Morgan State, basketball has been a dream come true for Tiny. Tiny has played professionally in Puerto Rico, Portugal, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Sweden & Czech Republic. In addition to playing basketball she has spent her time: coaching, teaching, mentoring, training, and inspiring people of all ages worldwide. Being viewed as an inspiration has led her to a decision to release her auto-biography. "Tiny Setbacks, Major Comebacks" is set to release Sep 1st 2015. Tiny is also the CEO of her own apparel brand "TA9" est June 2014.
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