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17 Jun 19
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Kissing a girl is tough if you are a complete http://all4webs.com/remingtonfgpe252/teenmom39-starj.htm stranger to her. If you don't want a significant slap in the face or be thrown out in the place where you did the deed, do not ever attempt in kissing a lady you didn't understand or barely knew. Wait a minute, you're believing. […]

17 Jun 19
Half-Life Music

Bill Callahan – Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest “The master of reiki, he waved his hands over me, And said I eat too much steak, And hold on too long to ancient takes, And both are so hard on my heart”. Bill Callahan’s first album in five years is full of dry humour and no little wisdom. Things […]

17 Jun 19
Status 451

Hell is other people. But as the paradoxical nature of real life hits back to the countless bedroom philosophers who fancy themselves nihilists, turns out you can do pretty much, well nothing, without having people around you. Lessons are difficult to take in, but there’s nothing like good ol’ fashion lived experience in meatspace to […]

17 Jun 19
IndiePulse Music Magazine

Juewett Bostick is an amazingly talented musician with a new single “Sound & Rhythm-Prelude” from the epic jazz infused album – Shades Of Blu, with everything from soul and blues to hard rock inflections. The amount of organic musical flow comes in bucket loads where everyone involved is concerned, it’s a free for all on […]

17 Jun 19
The Center for Young Musicians

Did you happen to catch Grease at the Benedum Center this month? CYM student Jayne Miner auditioned for the show and earned a spot in the Teen Ensemble for this production! Grease was presented as part of CLO’s Summer Program at the Benedum, and featured Clay Aiken. Jayne is a student of Ms. Simmi, and […]

17 Jun 19
NFL Football news24

Memphis’ leader could be on the move this summer, and it appears he has several potential suitors Here

17 Jun 19
GoldDerby
As Gwen Verdon, a four-time Tony winner who never got full credit for her invaluable contributions to her emotionally-stunted husband’s fabulous career, Michelle Williams digs deep and vividly exposes the truth in FX’s “Fosse/Verdon.” While the limited series doesn’t ignore the fact that the supremely talented singer/dancer was no saint herself, it makes it crystal clear that Verdon greatly influenced — and not just benefitted from — her ongoing partnership with Bob Fosse, a choreographer extraordinaire who won a record eight Tonys (plus one for helming “Pippin”) and collected an Oscar for his 1972 big-screen version of the musical “Cabaret.” But as terrific as Williams is – she deserves an Emmy just for her half-tipsy, nakedly honest rendition of the song “Where am I Going?” from the Broadway musical “Sweet Charity” – her co-star, Sam Rockwell, has a even more difficult job of making viewers care about Fosse. Let’s just say the guy nails the dance moves, especially doing their mambo duet, “Who’s Got the Pain”  from “Damn Yankees.”  But he is a cliche — the troubled male genius. She is an original — a female musical star who stands her ground. But what I most love about Rockwell’s performance is not only does he get Fosse’s seductive personality just right. It’s how open he is to be exposed and humiliated. At one point, his Fosse gets blitzed out of his mind and stumbles into Vernon’s apartment and slips into her bed — when, unfortunately, her current beau is right beside her. SEE Steven Levenson, Joel Fields Interview: ‘Fosse/Verdon’ producers But Fosse as the poster boy for an unreliable and self-serving bastards with a voracious appetite for boozing, pill-popping and womanizing was already fully exposed to the public by Fosse himself in his 1979 semi-autobiographical movie “All That Jazz.” It’s an act that is hard to top. As played by Roy Scheider — who would receive one of the movie’s nine Oscar noms for his lead performance — the balding filmmaker’s chain-smoking alter ego Joe Gideon is a more glamorous and verile version of Fosse himself — complete with more hair. Each day he pops his Dexedrine pills, looks in the bathroom mirror and declares, “It’s showtime, folks!” Off Gideon goes to give ’em the old razzle-dazzle as he juggles projects and female conquests while abusing his body despite having a bad ticker. SEE A Best Limited Series Emmy nomination for ‘Fosse/Verdon’ would mark a very notable first for FX Fosse also predicted his own death onscreen by doing an elaborate production number to “Bye Bye Life,” a variation of the Everly Brothers’ hit “Bye Bye Love.” Ben Vereen and Scheider serenade an audience of his acquaintances while his body is expiring from a heart attack while undergoing surgery in a hospital. The scene is re-created in the series in the most meta of ways as Rockwell as Fosse directs Lin–Manuel Miranda, one of the show’s executive producers, in the guise of Scheider as Gideon. So how does Rockwell and company handle the fact that Fosse himself already produced his own eulogy on screen? By showing what really happened. Basically, he collapsed in his wife’s arms  after suffering a heart attack before dying at George Washington University Hospital in D.C. in 1987  near where the revival of “Sweet Charity” was opening.  He was 60 years old. No razzle-dazzle about that. For most of his performance, Rockwell relies more on the truth than the over-the-top legend. Yes, alcoholic drug addicts who don’t care about the damage they inflict can be fun but they are also embarrassing to themselves and others. No amount of showbiz acumen can excuse the lying, cheating and grave disappointments suffered by Fosse’s friends, family and co-workers. He used people — especially those who loved him most like his daughter, wife and girlfriends. Right now, Rockwell is ranked second in Gold Derby’s combined Emmy odds behind Mahershala Ali in HBO’s “True Dectective” among eligible lead actors in the movie/miniseries category What Rockwell most miraculously pulls off is to bravely show the worst of male entitlement but also somehow earn our sympathies by the fact his Fosse can’t be sustained by all his success and glory that he craves. As in “All That Jazz,” his death was indeed a great loss –not just because of his art, but because Fosse was never gave himself a chance to step back and enjoy the show. PREDICT the Emmys now; change them until July 16 Be sure to make your Emmy predictions today so that Hollywood insiders can see how their TV shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like until just before nominations are announced on July 16. And join in the fun debate over the 2019 Emmy taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our television forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions  
17 Jun 19
Instinct Magazine

Does your favorite kind of music reveal if you prefer the top or bottom bunk? A new survey by TickPick, an online ticketing service, was interested in if the music people listen to affects sexual preferences, attitudes and fetishes. In the online survey, titled “Music’s Influence on Sexual Behaviors,” TickPick asked over 1,000 music fans […]

17 Jun 19

1 In the city, a cell atop and wondering, feeling the whole of life and mankind abound and encircle you, the sirens sometimes will confront you, but the people won’t look when taking the streets and road ways, not minding yourself but when you do, they will, and you’ll feel like the worst kind of […]

17 Jun 19
Thought Catalog

Even on days like today, I am also reminded you are the reason I am here.

17 Jun 19
All That Philly Jazz
17 Jun 19
Sound Books

https://soundcloud.com/georgiasounds/georgia-dwell-time-on-dublab-june-19-music-and-sound-from-film-with-now-instant-ted-gerike https://www.dublab.com/archive/georgia-j-tripp-w-now-instant-dwell-time-06-11-19 https://now-instant.la TRACKLIST: Mica Levi – Interlude from DELETE BEACH Hector Zazou – Le Village Du Chef Bongo from Revaix Ay Bongo Robert Wyatt – Excerpt from Part 1 from The Animal Film Chico Hamilton – Blue Sands from Jazz On A Summer’s Day Pink Floyd – Party Sequence from MORE Bruce Langhorne – […]