Betty Barclay

19 Feb 19
The Betty Ogiel Foundation

Kenneth’s visible transformation: “Education is an Equalizer.” Meet one of the Betty Ogiel Foundation (BOF) education scheme beneficiaries. Join me to wish Kenneth Mubiru a fruitful school term. He has excelled against all odds where others would find an excuse. Kenneth Mubiru is a differently gifted young man. Last year, he emerged the GOLD winner […]

15 Feb 19
Talking Disney

Cinderella was released (limited release) on this day in 1950. It is based off the fairy tale “Cinderella” by Charles Perrault and is the 12th animated feature film released by Walt Disney Productions, now Walt Disney Amination Studios. It was generally released to all theaters on March 4, 1950.

11 Feb 19
Judy Garland News & Events

“I’m learning to take myself as show people know how to take others, the good with the bad. I’m people, too.  If I can remember that, I’ll be alright.” – Judy Garland, 1951 February 11, 1938:  Here’s a nice review of Judy’s work in Everybody Sing. February 11, 1939:  Another accident on the set of […]

10 Feb 19
Meredith Images Blog

Happy Sunday! This week’s Sunday Sampler is crumpled paper that has a subtle pattern on it. There’s the original and three versions – one creates a nice background bokeh, one is grungy and one is painterly with a light green color. Enjoy! And remember to share your creations in our Facebook group at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/texturesturnhohumintoaworkofart/ Don’t […]

07 Feb 19
Toronto Sun

I’m back! Shop Til You Drop is gearing up for another year of food, fashion and fabulous finds! From the latest warehouse sales to the finest food spots, where to get pampered and what to drink, I’ve got a whole slew of goods coming your way. And with Valentine’s Day coming up, it means spring’s […]

06 Feb 19
Film Inquiry

Riverdale’s “The Red Dahlia” was a deep focus on the concept of right and wrong, that there is no clean cut way to define it, especially within a town of lost souls.

06 Feb 19
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Archie Andrews starts the school year with the world weighing on his shoulders. He’s decided he wants to pursue a future in the music business, but his recently ended clandestine relationship with the music teacher has left him without a mentor, and his friendship with Jughead Jones is in a bad place. Things look like […]

06 Feb 19
Just Browsing

By: Molly Cluff In celebration of Black History Month this week we are highlighting books for middle grade readers by African-American authors. They cover a variety of genres and styles but all have great stories. We hope you enjoy this week’s list “Top Ten Children’s Books From African-American Authors”. Shadows of Sherwood By: Kekla Magoon […]

02 Feb 19
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01 Feb 19
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30 Jan 19
Film Inquiry

Riverdale’s “No Stranger” was not an episode where the biggest bang left the deepest mark. It was an episode based on subtitles, ones that will have lasting effects through the season.

28 Jan 19
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16 Jan 19
Judy Garland News & Events

“I have heard it said that much that happened to Judy was the fault of Hollywood.  I can’t agree.  I can only say, however, that it could only have happened in Hollywood.” – Louella Parsons, 1962 January 16, 1938:  Broadway Melody of 1938 was just a few months old when this obviously studio-fed blurb about […]

02 Jan 19
Archy news nety

If you've kept up on our year-end 2018 coverage, then you already know it's been another great year of horror. But since 2018 it's over, it's time to look at the new year. We can not officially wait for 2019, the publication schedule seems stacked ridiculously. There's a crazy amount of horror at the horizon, […]