Olga

17 Feb 19
All the Gear Nae Idea

An incredible first taste of stage racing, on the Northern Territory’s “Larapinta Trail”.

17 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Jasi Lanier took an unconventional route into the stunt industry. After graduating from University of South Carolina in Media Arts, she modeled, acted in horror movies and performed as a fire-eater to pay off her student loans. After shooting a movie in New Jersey, she fell in love with her co-star Joseph Anthony and decided […]

17 Feb 19
Ed B on Sports

Olga Filatova is known for her work on 64/8 (2016), Chogero (2015) and The Path (2017). Actress (6 credits)   The Meaningful Life of Art and Henry (Short) (completed) Galina Nazanov  2017/II The Path (Short) Street walker  2016 64/8 (TV Series) Gala Grebenschikova – Totally Sarah (2016) … Gala Grebenschikova  2016 Epic Clan Battles (Short) […]

17 Feb 19
RED HEADED BOOK LOVER

A clever, beautiful but unfortunately lonely Violet Fire works peacefully in the company of the powerful, one of the richest men in Madrid, Spain – Kyle Jamieson. But one night in club ‘Drunken Cherry’ changes her life abruptly, and Violet having no idea if it is for the better or worse. An accidental meeting with […]

17 Feb 19
The Page

Handout-Alaska State Troopers According to Alaska State Troopers Sophie Sergie is shown here on the evening of April 25, 1993. Sergie was killed in the early morning hours on April 26, 1993. FAIRBANKS—Alaska State Troopers arrested a 44-year-old Maine man Friday for the 1993 sexual assault and killing of Sophie Sergie, whose body was found […]

17 Feb 19
American Dreams & American Damage
17 Feb 19
Watching for the morning

Watching for the Morning of February 17, 2019 Year C The Sixth Sunday after Epiphany From the mountain where he has prayed and appointed twelve apostolic witnesses, Jesus now descends to the plain to speak to the crowds who have come in search of healing. We know these words as “Blessed are you…” and “Woe […]

16 Feb 19
Midnight Cinema Junkie

By Iron Criterion Films can often be sold on a single moment alone. For The Shawshank Redemption, it’s Tim Robbins making a daring prison escape by wading through the rancid shit of a few thousand prisoners. In Dr. Strangelove it’s Air Force Major T.J. “King” Kong riding atop a falling atom bomb, cowboy hat and all. And I like to believe […]

16 Feb 19
Toronto Sun

Rich kid killer Blake Leibel’s descent into hell just got more expensive. A California judge has ordered the 37-year-old Toronto real estate scion to pay the family of the woman he was convicted of torturing and murdering $54.5 million Canadian. The comic book and horror enthusiast — who grew up in plummy Forest Hill — […]

16 Feb 19
VISUALIZE

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16 Feb 19
Cooper Knecht's Blog

Olga Kuchinskaya is a professor at the University of Pittsburgh, a communication expert, and the author of, The Politics of Invisibility: Public Knowledge about Radiation Health Effects after Chernobyl. Within this piece, Kuchinskaya discusses risk involving radium that is said to contaminate the country of Belarus. This piece uses a variety of secondary research. She uses many quotes […]