Monday Visit me at: http://www.lindaleekane.com Pocahontas Pocahontas was a Native American woman born around 1595. She was the daughter of the powerful Chief Powhatan, the ruler of the Powhatan tribal nation, which at its strongest included around 30 Algonquian communities located in the Tidewater region of Virginia. As far as historians know, nothing in […]
Story by: Haley Mancini, Jake Goldman Written & Storyboarded by: Julia Vickerman, Diego Molano Directed by: Nick Jennings, Bob Boyle The first villain crossover episode!
ITHERE is no way those Manchester United players are playing…
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Personality? Here in Birmingham it was hard to look beyond Billy Monger. That jaw-dropping moment when he crashed. That spirit. That speech.
The 19-year-old racing driver received the Helen Rollason Award for climbing back behind the wheel less than a year after having both legs amputated, but, my word, there was a case for giving a remarkable young man the main prize on Sunday night.
That honour, however, went to Geraint Thomas, and it might well have been another emotionally-charged piece of video footage that clinched it for the Welshman. A repeat of the interview when Thomas broke down at being told he had just won the Tour de France clearly had an impact on the audience — not least across the Severn Bridge, one imagines.
Just for funzies here is my review of last year’s show. (Editor’s Note: I still hadn’t found my groove yet and I’ll be adding comments from this year.)
Sean Parker in South Africa earlier this month. (Jemal Countess / Getty Images for the Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100)
Clan Carruthers Int Society LLC Promptus Et Fidelis Are the Carruthers Nobility Clan Carruthers did a two year DNA Project, a follow up of the 15 year DNA project that was needed before we could go on to […]
We are 24 hours away from an evening of divided opinions. Whether motor racing is really a sport? Is a European medal deemed noteworthy enough? Or perhaps discuss the worthiness of a hat-trick against Panama. The BBC Sports Personality of the Year is a constant fixture in the sporting calendar and has been for 64 […]
Cry On My Guitar is a wonderful T.Rex-kinda-song on Miles Kane’s new album Coup de Grace. It is his third solo album after he was the frontman of the band The Rascals and partnered with Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner to form the side project The Last Shadow Puppets. The album received quite mixed reviews and even a bunch of really bad, like […]
We appeared to have skipped 1984 Wrestlemanias to get to the 2000th one. Either that or it’s the crazy numbering system of the new millenium. I need we need Wrestlemaths to solve this one. But will this PPV be as good as LOD 2000 or Techno Team 2000? Lets find out! Back once again in […]
At 4pm visibilities were near zero in the I-39 corridor in north-central Illinois as well as in areas from south of Chicago into southwest Michigan. WINNEBAGO-BOONE-MCHENRY-LAKE IL-OGLE-LEE-DEKALB-KANE- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF ROCKFORD, BELVIDERE, WOODSTOCK, WAUKEGAN, OREGON, DIXON, DEKALB, AURORA, AND ELGIN 410 PM CST FRI DEC 14 2018 …DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 4 […]
When A Stranger Calls gets a Second Sight re-release with a new restoration. John reviews this cult classic, out on 17 December.
Share this: Jim Woodring at Comic Arts Brooklyn 2018. Photo by Heidi MacDonald Jim Woodring’s new Fantagraphics book Poochytown is a tour de force of wordless storytelling. Woodring is one of our best cartoonists, but strangely, for a long time, the only comic I had of his was JIM v2 #1. That was because I particularly […]
Hot Movies to see this season Forget the cold weather and check out these new films coming soon to a theater near you : Mary Poppins Returns The mysterious Mary Poppins returns to Depression-era London to visit Jane and her brother Michael, now a father […]