Mastermind Japan

17 Feb 19
Sinfully Cinematic

WARNING: Spoilers for Alita: Battle Angel Ahead  If you didn’t know by now, Alita: Battle Angel was based on a Japanese manga written by Yukito Kishiro. Besides the fact that the movie wasn’t based in Japan, there are many differences between the two versions of the story. For one, the manga is a lot darker […]

16 Feb 19
Russia News Now

100 Years Ago, The October Revolution, November 7, 1917: History of the Russian Revolutions and Civil War By Julien PaolantoniGlobal ResearchFirst published on November 7, 2015 Related: The Roots of Russia: From the Early East Slavs to the Grand Duchy of Moscow (part 1); A Superpower Rises: Foundation of the Russian Empire (part 2), The Road to the […]

15 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Kristina Rihanoff Westcroft Leisure Centre Grand Opening. Kristina Rihanoff and Ian Waite get involved with the ‘Everyone Active Strictly Come Dancing Competition’ group warm up. Born Kristina Pshenichnykh (1977-09-22) 22 September 1977 (age 41) Vladivostok, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union Nationality Russian Occupation Dancer Television Strictly Come Dancing (2008–15) Celebrity Big Brother […]

15 Feb 19

Previously cancelled game slated to launch this spring The official website for the Trinity Seven: Phantasm Library & Seventh Sol smartphone game revealed a teaser visual and story for the game on Thursday. In the game’s story, Arata Kasuga is a Demon Lord Candidate at Royal Biblia Academy, where he studies magic alongside beautiful female […]

14 Feb 19
Patchwork Farm

Yesterday we were back at Epcot for round two. This time, rather than spending time in future world, we spent our entire day in the World Showcase. It took us 8 hours to travel from Canada to Mexico, taking the most indirect way possible through China, Morocco, France, and a few other countries along the […]

14 Feb 19
Kola Lieta

Walter Russel Mead, The Return of Geopolitics: The Revenge of the Revisionist?Powers, Foreign Affairs, Vol. 93, No. 3 (MAY/JUNE 2014), pp. 69-74, 75-79,Council of Foreign Relations.    2018 has been an interesting year for international diplomacy; the United States of America,  (U.S.A) rejected the ideology of globalism; the mercurial role of the U.S. in climate […]

12 Feb 19
Est. 1782

Candy and spinach are important concepts because they describe two critical elements of character likability. Candy [“I’m Candyman”, quote by LBJ] is anything that glorifies a character. This includes cool powers, defeating a major bad guy, being right in an argument, and anything else that makes them look cool to the audience. Spinach is anything that […]

12 Feb 19
Greater Boston: An Audio Drama

COLD OPEN CHUCK OCTAGON – Jeff Van Dreason Can you think of a time when you were desperate for a specific piece of information, or had some news you were anxious about hearing? INTERVIEW 1 Oooh, uhh, when Trump became president. I remember that. I was like…oh, the day before um I was so anxious […]

11 Feb 19
Reverse Thieves

 So I’m watching the 17th episode of season three of A Certain Magical Index and there is a major revelatory moment. It was so odd I had to share it.

10 Feb 19
Toatali Reviews

This is the third in a series of reviews on the Ace Attorney series, and I recommend reading the first two before this. This post will contain spoilers for the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy, and all games in the series may be spoiled in the footnotes. Thanks for reading! When asked about what my favourite game is, my […]

10 Feb 19

10th February 2019 CHINA RUNS INTO BELT AND ROAD BARRIERS IN SOUTH ASIA On 5th February, Nikkei Asian Review carried an article saying that some countries were trying to slow Beijing’s advance without provoking hostility.  Concerns chiefly centre about the huge bill that they face, or may face, for their involvement, and the potential or […]

09 Feb 19
Our Daily Film

In a recent piece, I spoke about a pair of remakes. Hidden remakes. Unannounced. Unnoticed. As remakes. Then there are the countless visible remakes, most recently, the fourth version of A Star is Born (1937, 1954, 1976, and 2018) and third of Halloween (1978, 2007, and 2018). And one hears about those in the works, […]

09 Feb 19
Seth Scruggs

Movie: 8/100 Director: Satoshi Kon Writers: Yasutaka Tsutsui (Novel), Seishi Minakami, Satoshi Kon Year: 2006 Occasionally, I start a film and then ask myself the question, “What did I just get myself into?” Such was the case with this film. This was the third film in a group of films that my friend Kade had graciously […]

08 Feb 19
An Elephant Goes Travelling

Time for fancy meal number two! It’s odd to think that we were going to have delicious French cuisine in Japan, but here at Florilège that’s exactly what you’ll find. Hiroyasu Kawate is the mastermind behind this marriage of fresh quality Japanese produce and intriquite French cooking techniques. The restaurant won last year’s One To […]

08 Feb 19
Our 180 Adventure

If you either Google “Hanoi”, look up Hanoi on TripAdvisor, or browse through any travel site, you’ll also be flooded with information for Ha Long Bay. You cannot go to Vietnam and skip this place, it’s absolutely beautiful. Ha Long Bay is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site (sensing a pattern?) and is renown for […]

08 Feb 19

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