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Le Paris Freeze

By Lyn, published on Mar 15, 2008

Le Freeze est finalement arrivé samedi dernier à Paris, le 8 Mars à 14h00 officiellement orchestré par Charles Nouyrit et en faisant connaître l'événement via notamment à Facebook, l'outil de connection sociale que je ne présente plus.

Ce concept américain provenant de l'Outre Atlantique a été créé après la constatation que les gens de nos jours étaient trop "speed". L'on ne prend apparemment pas le temps de vivre à notre rythme et l'on désirerait être... (more)

Tags: france, facebook, movie

Teenage Suicide. What Can We Do To Assist.

By aussiekeith, published on Mar 15, 2008

...they will be respected and listened to. At school where presentations by community health and all other services having knowledge and skills in working with children and youth.

At youth drop in centres, where they can have help and counselling.

Advertisements on television and at movie theatres and in shopping malls we wherever youth can see and find help when they need it.

For Those Who Are Suffering Suicidal Thoughts.

You need to hear that people do get through this. Even people who feel as badly as you are feeling now.

There is a very good... (more)

Tags: australia, movie, education

Gibson And Greek Announce 2008 Premiere Marquee Club Season

By LA News, published on Mar 13, 2008

...the year. Anyone can join and there is no membership fee.

The Greek Theatre features Grammy® Award winners Robert Plant and Alison Krauss for two nights and the return of True Colors featuring 80’s icons Cyndi Lauper and the B-52’s. Gibson Amphitheatre offers the MTV Movie Awards, the stand-up comedy of Carlos Mencia, Polo Polo and Katt Williams plus rock favorites Chicago will co-headline with the Doobie Brothers. The Los Angeles Latin Jazz Festival starring Eddie Palmieri will kick off The Greek Theatre’s season in May, multiple Grammy® Award winner... (more)

Tags: los angeles, jazz, movie, music

Calling All Nostalgic Soda And Candy Lovers

By wolviela, published on Mar 13, 2008

...should have heard of this. Having a kegger? Check out their mini kegs of rootber and around holiday time they carry the Thangskgiving flavored Jones drinks. I can't say the drinks aren't pricey (average of $1.59-$2.50), but you are paying for the novelty, i.e. were else can you get rose flavored, mint julep, and lavender flavored soda?

So if you are out for the day and wondering what to do, hop on over to Highland Park area, check out the store grab a soda and go 1/4 mile and check out a $4 dollar movie at the Highland Park theater.

http://www.sodapopstop.com/home.cfm

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Tags: los angeles, movie

A Boy And His Dog

By DLFerguson, published on Mar 8, 2008

Science Fiction movies made today may be a lot of flash and spectacle, stuffed full of plastic characters with shallow motivations and even shallower personalities, backed up by a ton of CGI effects but give ‘em this: at least they’re optimistic. Science Fiction movies of the 50’s/60’s and 70’s were dour, apocalyptic, doom-laden eulogies predicting The Downfall of Mankind. More often than not these movies predicted the end of the world through Man’s Own Fault. Nuclear holocausts was practically a given. If you watch a movie made... (more)

Tags: miami, movie

The Subtle Art Of.....MMA?!?

By FreexRus, published on Mar 7, 2008

Next weekend the world will be introduced to a magnificent, ancient, deeply spiritual martial art in the Hollywood film, “Never Back Down.” This movie depicts the grace and beauty of a young man destined to prove his worth and show his determination by studying the magnificent history of MMA. Wait, this movie’s about MMA? Since when did MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) have such a deep philosophical background? Answer; It doesn’t.

MMA is a touchy subject here in Portland, where the fighting “art” has taken deep roots and has garnered the city a... (more)

Tags: movie, hollywood, music

Paris & Her Pooches: It's A Doggone Sham

By Ed Attanasio, published on Mar 6, 2008

... one of her dogs hungry and neglected in a closet.

A few years ago, readers of two dog magazines selected Hilton as the worst pet owner in show business, for treating animals like fashion accessories. Paris is always toting her frightened, little Chihuahua named Tinkerbell to parties and movie premieres. Every time I see the dog in photos, the poor thing looks terrified, and I can’t blame it. Chihuahuas are high strung and extremely nervous creatures as it is, so I’m sure the flashbulbs and screaming photographers can’t help.

I have one question. Does the... (more)

Tags: paris hilton, movie, hollywood, fashion

The Death Of The Video Store

By FreexRus, published on Mar 6, 2008

...ever, and probably will ever have. American Family Video, a Mom and Pop rental store on the corner of SE 20th and Burnside welcomed me to the most misunderstood and marginalized members of our society.

We were the video store clerks.

The job was simple. Come to work; put movie returns back on the shelves. Smoke break. Run a register; straighten the shelves. Smoke break. But there was another, more vital part of the job. Every customer came to our store because we were the experts. Different clerks had different areas of expertise, be it Art House flicks or... (more)

Tags: movie, education

An Ode To Whitney

By Glenn T, published on Mar 3, 2008

...and I'd like to dedicate it to a young woman who doesn't think she's seen anything good lately - Whitney, this one's for you.

(Okay, I’ve finally had a really good reason to use that quote… and I’ve been waiting a while. Hey give me five stars if you know what movie that’s [kind of, allowing for artistic license] from!)

I’ll bet this is a story that many of you can tell, but it doesn’t make mine any less special. You see, we’ve got this great forum here, and I usually use it to rant on and on – mostly for... (more)

Tags: los angeles, journalism, movie

In Memory Of Sammy...

By S. Vaughan, published on Feb 29, 2008

...end. But for one little boy from Harlem, New York, a new era was dawning in the entertainment world.

The curtains go up!!!! Little Sammy Davis, Jr. makes his debut. What a thrilling time!!! Little Sammy will go on to perform for more than five decades! In 1933 he played a part in the movie, Rufus Jones for President. He also was Sportin’ Life in the 1959 movie, Porgy & Bess. The list of his accomplishments is extraordinary.

Sammy Davis, Jr. was often billed as “greatest entertainer in the world”. But more than allowing chance to decide his actions, Mr. Davis... (more)

Tags: new york, movie

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