A Star Is Born

15 Feb 19

COMICS ADVENTURE TIME MARCY & SIMON #2 (OF 6) AGE OF X-MAN AMAZING NIGHTCRAWLER #1 AMERICAN CARNAGE #4 ANTHEM #1 APPALACHIAN APOCALYPSE #2 AQUAMAN #45 AVENGERS #15 AVENGERS NO ROAD HOME #2 (OF 10) BARBARELLA DEJAH THORIS #2 BATMAN #65 THE PRICE BITTER ROOT #4 BLACK BADGE #7 BLACK ORDER #4 (OF 5) BLACK WIDOW […]

15 Feb 19
Tech Talk at SSCL

Hi everyone, here are our lucky seven musical streaming* suggestions for the week. This week we offer a mix of suggested playlists and albums. (Click on the photos of the albums you’re interested in to stream them!) American Love Song (2019) by Ryan Bingham (Genre: Country, Folk, Americana): Ryan Bingham is a New Mexican singer-songwriter […]

15 Feb 19
Latest Entertainment News | Top Celebrity News, Hollywood Headlines

Trinity The Tuck Taylor is reuniting with her season nine “RuPaul’s Drag Race: Allstars” castmates in her brand new music video “I Call Shade”. In the clip, Taylor, 34, stars as a vengeful nerd hoping to get payback on her bullies at school (Blair St. Clair, Yuhua Hamasaki, Thorgy Thor and more), “What am I […]

15 Feb 19

Efforts like Free the Bid are opening up opportunities, but there are speed bumps on the road to equality.

15 Feb 19
STL.News

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Latest on NBA All-Star Weekend (all times local): 5:35 p.m. Chris Webber, Bill Fitch, Marques Johnson, Sidney Moncrief, Bobby Jones, Jack Sikma, Eddie Sutton, Ben Wallace and Teresa Weatherspoon are among the 13 finalists for enshrinement later this year into the Basketball Hall of Fame. Webber, part of Michigan’s Fab […]

15 Feb 19
César Miguel Rondón

[sonido]https://soundcloud.com/6j86-producciones/a-star-is-born-nace-una-estrella[/sonido] Nace una estrella Dirección: Bradley Cooper Guion: Eric Roth, Bradley Cooper y Will Fetters Producción: Bradley Cooper y Robert J. Dohrmann Edición: Jay Cassidy Cinematografía: Matthew Libatique Protagonistas: Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Sam Elliott, Andrew Dice Clay, Rafi Gavron, Anthony Ramos, Dave Chappelle, entre otros. Vea aquí la publicación de la película “The Wife“

15 Feb 19
dereksmusicblog

Linda Perhacs-The Newly Crowned Queen Of Psychedelic Folk. The Linda Perhacs story is a case of what might have been, for the seventy-four year singer who nowadays, is regarded as the true Queen of psychedelic folk. Linda Perhacs career began in 1970, when she released her debut album Parallelograms on Kapp Records. Sadly, Parallelograms which nowadays, is regarded as a psychedelic folk […]

15 Feb 19
End of days productions

Vor langer langer Zeit, als die Erde noch jung war und alles möglich schien wandelten im alten Griechenland Giganten auf der Welt.  Hoch auf dem Olymp hausten die Götter über allen anderen Zeus, Herr über Blitz und Donner, und Unangefochtener Herrscher über den Olymp, ja die ganze Welt. Sein Volk bestand aus Göttern ihm gleich […]

15 Feb 19
Caffeine and Books

Fairy Tale of the Week: “The Six Swans” by Jacob & Wilhelm Grimm Ooh yay! This isn’t an all-time favorite of mine, but I do like this story. The story begins with a king, hunting in a vast forest. He eventually loses the rest of his party and can’t find his way out of the forest. Salvation […]

15 Feb 19
Tony's Expedition

through the ages the great Kingdoms of Augurian Rexgarian and Groxgorian have protected the universe from the monsters and enemies of the Virgo Cluster of Galaxies. Since the beginning of time these galaxies have unhatched the most destructive forces in the galaxy especially the sun eaters. These giant leviathans are spawned from the hellgate and […]

15 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
WE’RE told Aaron Ramsey will be paid £400k a week in Italy next season. One or two sources later claim the midfielder would “only” be on 300k.  But what’s £100k among friends? Juventus confirmed the capture of Aaron Ramsey on a four-year deal Then Jadon Sancho, originally from a tough estate in Camberwell, twinkles to life for a German team in Spurs’ Champions League tie at Wembley. Further proof in one week, then, that the football world is shrinking. Or rather that football is shrinking the world. Until a few years ago, exported British players into Europe were rare. You can count on the fingers of one hand those who had been highly successful until Gareth Bale moved from Spurs to Real Madrid and the man with the silly ponytail doesn’t appear to be greatly loved in the Bernabeu. Jadon Sancho has thrived in Germany this season scoring seven times in the league Reports that the Wales star hasn’t learned Spanish in four years will hardly increase his popularity. Any language should be easy after Welsh. Well, Ramsey will certainly be able to afford an Italian language coach. He’s another Welshman, of course, and by joining Juventus follows in the footsteps of Swansea-born John Charles, who some older chaps would say is the greatest all-round British footballer ever. These days our players are scattering far and wide. To China, the US and, increasingly among young lads, to Germany. Driven by agents and parents but especially by a desire to play first-team football, these teenagers are reversing a trend that has attracted countless foreign hopefuls here. Sancho made his Bundesliga debut at 17 after being sold by Manchester City for £10million and quickly showed the skills that would impress Gareth Southgate to the point of England selection. SAN UTD Solskjaer lines up £70m move for wonderkid Jadon Sancho… but rivals City will take 15 per cent cut of transfer fee [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”6000457353001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jadon Sancho stunning highlights reel of talent in just one game for Borussia Dortmund”] This fresh outlet quickly impressed agents, as it would. Encouraged by the now 18-year-old’s brilliance and, no doubt, his earnings with Dortmund, scouts are scouring our leagues for aspirants with a sense of adventure. Callum Hudson-Odoi is one. Also 18, he has shrilly demanded to leave Chelsea in a move that would cost Bayern Munich £35m or more. In this country, football is highly privileged. Clubs are permitted to take a serious interest in players barely in primary school. The numbers from that age onwards are huge, probably tens of thousands. Most consider attendance more important than going to boring old school. Many clubs also register foreign youngsters, providing them with an education as well as intensive coaching. Bayern Munich offered up to £45m for the Chelsea starlet, but the Blues rejected it even though Hudson-Odoi handed in a transfer request There are all sorts of rules on this. But the very fact that the FA and Fifa have regulations for players over the age of 10 underlines the unique status of the game worldwide. Agents and scouts are the propulsive figures. From desert sheikhdoms to Pacific atolls the obsession with football, accelerated by TV and its ladles of cash, is bringing all sorts of countries into play. Son Heung-min from South Korea scores goals for Spurs while Marko Arnautovic was tempted to leave West Ham because a Chinese club were dangling wads of Yuan. This is not necessarily all good, clean fun but, unless if breaks the law it is no use complaining. After all, my club does plenty of scouting abroad and it would be a dereliction of our duty not to. We have a director of football who has set up a system which employs seven scouts in Europe. And I mustn’t forget our video unit, people who scan tapes of prospective footballers, delivered in hundreds every week. The attraction of football really is eye-popping.
15 Feb 19
The Sun
WE’RE told Aaron Ramsey will be paid £400k a week in Italy next season. One or two sources later claim the midfielder would “only” be on 300k.  But what’s £100k among friends? Juventus confirmed the capture of Aaron Ramsey on a four-year deal Then Jadon Sancho, originally from a tough estate in Camberwell, twinkles to life for a German team in Spurs’ Champions League tie at Wembley. Further proof in one week, then, that the football world is shrinking. Or rather that football is shrinking the world. Until a few years ago, exported British players into Europe were rare. You can count on the fingers of one hand those who had been highly successful until Gareth Bale moved from Spurs to Real Madrid and the man with the silly ponytail doesn’t appear to be greatly loved in the Bernabeu. Jadon Sancho has thrived in Germany this season scoring seven times in the league Reports that the Wales star hasn’t learned Spanish in four years will hardly increase his popularity. Any language should be easy after Welsh. Well, Ramsey will certainly be able to afford an Italian language coach. He’s another Welshman, of course, and by joining Juventus follows in the footsteps of Swansea-born John Charles, who some older chaps would say is the greatest all-round British footballer ever. These days our players are scattering far and wide. To China, the US and, increasingly among young lads, to Germany. Driven by agents and parents but especially by a desire to play first-team football, these teenagers are reversing a trend that has attracted countless foreign hopefuls here. Sancho made his Bundesliga debut at 17 after being sold by Manchester City for £10million and quickly showed the skills that would impress Gareth Southgate to the point of England selection. SAN UTD Solskjaer lines up £70m move for wonderkid Jadon Sancho… but rivals City will take 15 per cent cut of transfer fee [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] [bc_video video_id=”6000457353001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jadon Sancho stunning highlights reel of talent in just one game for Borussia Dortmund”] This fresh outlet quickly impressed agents, as it would. Encouraged by the now 18-year-old’s brilliance and, no doubt, his earnings with Dortmund, scouts are scouring our leagues for aspirants with a sense of adventure. Callum Hudson-Odoi is one. Also 18, he has shrilly demanded to leave Chelsea in a move that would cost Bayern Munich £35m or more. In this country, football is highly privileged. Clubs are permitted to take a serious interest in players barely in primary school. The numbers from that age onwards are huge, probably tens of thousands. Most consider attendance more important than going to boring old school. Many clubs also register foreign youngsters, providing them with an education as well as intensive coaching. Bayern Munich offered up to £45m for the Chelsea starlet, but the Blues rejected it even though Hudson-Odoi handed in a transfer request There are all sorts of rules on this. But the very fact that the FA and Fifa have regulations for players over the age of 10 underlines the unique status of the game worldwide. Agents and scouts are the propulsive figures. From desert sheikhdoms to Pacific atolls the obsession with football, accelerated by TV and its ladles of cash, is bringing all sorts of countries into play. Son Heung-min from South Korea scores goals for Spurs while Marko Arnautovic was tempted to leave West Ham because a Chinese club were dangling wads of Yuan. This is not necessarily all good, clean fun but, unless if breaks the law it is no use complaining. After all, my club does plenty of scouting abroad and it would be a dereliction of our duty not to. We have a director of football who has set up a system which employs seven scouts in Europe. And I mustn’t forget our video unit, people who scan tapes of prospective footballers, delivered in hundreds every week. The attraction of football really is eye-popping.
15 Feb 19
POP OF JAMIE

“Mother, I’m tired of hiding” I said to her as she sat stone faced at her dining table. As usual, she was cold in her response. It always did entertain me, the way she had the public fooled.   She was born Pamela Harper. A south London girl with dreams that outweighed her family’s earnest […]