Rachel Roy

16 Jun 19
Oak and Thorn

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16 Jun 19
Leituras de Taróloga

Este desafio é baseado nos livros que a personagem Rory da série Gilmore Girls, leu durante todas as temporadas. A lista é imensa (340 livros). Os que já li estão em verde. Alguns tem resenha aqui no blog. Os em laranja estou lendo no momento. Não digo que lerei todos, mas tem uns 70% aí que […]

15 Jun 19
January’s Sundance Film Festival is the most effective launchpad for any documentary Oscar hopeful. With a field overloaded by competitive non-fiction, it’s essential to get a head start, a distributor, an early release date and build a profile before narrative features grab the media attention in an overcrowded fall. Some high-profile non-fiction features, like Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi’s box-office star and eventual Oscar-winner “Free Solo,” break out of fall festivals like Telluride, Toronto, and New York. However, titles like those are the outliers. Sundance 2018 yielded four out of the five 2019 Oscar nominees: $14 million-grossing Ruth Bader Ginsburg doc “RBG,” Sundance breakthrough filmmaker prize-winner Bing Liu’s “Minding the Gap,” which follows three young skateboarders in the Rust Belt, photographer RaMell Ross’ languorous poetic portrait of a time and place, “Hale County: This Morning, This Evening,” and Talal Derki’s Sundance World Documentary Grand Jury Prize-winner “Of Fathers and Sons.” Inspired by the 2018 box-office bonanza, buyers are chasing documentaries with a single-minded fervor: Currently, there’s 23 documentary contenders in the 2020 Oscar field. “Mike Wallace Is Here” Ace non-fiction distributor Magnolia is releasing six Sundance debuts, including three from Hulu: Penny Lane’s “Hail Satan?,” an hilarious look at an anti-religion group that isn’t what you expect; Mads Brügger’s mystery-solving “Cold Case: Hammarskjold” (August 16), which won the Sundance World Documentary directing prize; and Avi Belkin’s journalist profile “Mike Wallace Is Here” (July 26). From Hulu there’s “The Brink,” Alison Klayman’s examination of the Steve Bannon phenomenon; Ryan White’s look at a celebrity sex doctor, “Ask Dr. Ruth;” and Ben Berman’s “The Amazing Johnathan Documentary” (August 16), a truth-is-stranger-than-fiction tale about a dying magician. “Knock Down the House” Netflix will put its marketing muscle behind a strong documentary slate that includes four Sundance debuts. “American Factory” is an eye-popping look at the differences between American and Chinese factory workers when they come together at a Chinese car-glass factory in Ohio; Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert won the U.S. Documentary Competition directing prize. Already streaming is “Knock Down the House,” focused on freshman New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, one of four politicians portrayed in Rachel Lears’ high-profile documentary, which took home the U.S. Documentary Audience Award. Karim Amer and “The Square” filmmaker Jehane Noujaim partnered on “The Great Hack” (July 24), an examination of Cambridge Analytica. And respected Brazilian documentarian Petra Costa’s look at the frightening state of the Brazilian government, “The Edge of Democracy” (June 19), is a timely and chilling political cautionary tale about the rise of the far right. Whether Martin Scorsese’s well-reviewed fiction/documentary hybrid “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story” will pass muster with the exacting documentary branch is anyone’s guess. “Maiden” Sony Pictures Classics picked up “Maiden” (June 28) at Toronto 2018. Alex Holmes’ rip-roaring crowdpleaser is about Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old sailor who assembled in 1989 an all-female crew to compete for Britain in a round-the-world yacht race — shocking herself and the world. SPC scooped up “David Crosby: Remember My Name” (July 19) at Sundance, A.J. Eaton’s portrait of the classic Crosby, Stills and Nash rocker and recovering addict, with rock journalist/filmmaker Cameron Crowe doing deep-dive interviews. Also debuting at Sundance was Matt Tyrnauer’s “Where’s My Roy Cohn?” (September 20), another disturbing look at a powerful political figure with impact on the world we live in today. Neon is pushing two box-office hits. Top-ranked non-fiction title “Apollo 11” ($8.8 million), Todd Douglas Miller’s hi-res 65 mm narrative of the 1969 moon walk and a triumph of NASA archive restoration, won the Sundance U.S. Documentary editing prize and will hit theaters again for 50th anniversary events in July. And “The Biggest Little Farm” ($2.7 million to date), John Chester’s engaging story of a big-city couple tackling an organic farm, debuted at Telluride 2018. Also in the mix is Sundance entry “Honeyland,” an environmental film about a beekeeper in Macedonia, which took home the World Grand Jury Prize. Debuting at SXSW was Syrian filmmaker Waad Al-Khateab and Edward Watts’ anti-Assad documentary “For Sama” (Frontline/PBS), which took home the documentary audience award both at SXSW and the Sheffield International Documentary Festival. “The Apollo” Academy governor Roger Ross Williams’ affectionate portrait of the famed 125th Street venue “The Apollo” (HBO) opened Tribeca this spring. HBO picked Cannes, which tends to leave major documentaries out of competition but does elevate titles like Asif Kapadia’s Oscar-winner “Amy,” to debut his profile of famed soccer player “Diego Maradona” (September 24). Again, Kapadia reconstructs archival footage to amazingly dramatic results. (HBO didn’t give a qualifying run to its well-reviewed Sundance debut, four-hour Michael Jackson expose “Leaving Neverland.”) “One Child Nation” director Nanfu Wang Amazon Studios acquired out of Sundance “One Child Nation” (August 9), Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang’s brutal expose of the ongoing impact of China’s One Child Policy that won the Grand Jury Prize for U.S. Documentary. Fresh off its “Free Solo” Oscar win, NatGeo will throw its promotional chops behind its Sundance debut, Richard Ladkani and Sean Bogle’s eco-thriller “Sea of Shadows” (July 12), an expose about the world’s endangered smallest whale. Signs are that Apple will throw all its marketing and distribution resources at its first buy, “Elephant Queen,” a moving portrait of a charismatic elephant matriarch trying to save her family. Contenders are listed alphabetically. No film will be deemed a frontrunner until I have seen it. Frontrunners “Apollo 11” “American Factory” “Diego Maradona” “The Edge of Democracy” “Maiden” Contenders “The Amazing Johnathan” “The Apollo” “Ask Dr. Ruth” “The Biggest Little Farm” “The Brink” “Cold Case: Hammarskjold” “David Crosby: Remember My Name” “Elephant Queen” “For Sama” “The Great Hack” “Hail Satan?” “Honeyland” “Knock Down the House” “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story” “Mike Wallace Is Here” “One Child Nation” “Sea of Shadows” “Where’s My Roy Cohn?”
15 Jun 19
JoCo Report

Central Carolina Community College had over 550 graduates at the conclusion of the spring 2019 semester. CCCC observed its 56th Commencement Exercises at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic & Conference Center in Sanford. JOHNSTON COUNTY Tracie Brewer, Nicole Parker, Tabitha Poole, Benjamin Starner. HARNETT COUNTY Jamie Abass, Caleb Adams, Ricardo Aguirre, Jennifer Alvarez, Karen Alvarez, […]

15 Jun 19
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BRISTOL – Bristol Central High School has released a list of graduates for its Class of 2019.

The following students received their diplomas Friday:

Ebony Aliyah Agustin

Jack Christopher Alling


Jayda AmilAlmodovar

William AlexanderAlmodovar


Gianna AwildaAnnelli

Taira Rose Armitage

Aysel Z. Aslan

Tahir Aslan


Sonya Baez Andujar

Krista Baral

Rafael Batista

Caleb Beaudoin

Kayla Marie Beaulieu

Kasey Beck

Jessica ChamberlandBeerbaum

Travis CambellBellemare

Alysandra M. Bello

Morgan Nicole Bielert

Jason Richard Blais

Joshua Blasi

Brianna H. Boder

Alondra YaniceBonet

Jordan Diana

14 Jun 19
Travels With The Crew

If you have ever been to Italy chances are you still dream about gelato. The smooth, creamy alternative to ice cream is a heavenly treat. For some reason, no one in the United States is able to duplicate it like they do in Italy. Even in the very Italian North East of the United States […]

14 Jun 19
The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired

It seems that Lee Daniels is doing the right thing within regards to the money he owes Dame Dash. He has agreed to a fair and just payment plan.

14 Jun 19
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The following students graduated as part of Southington High School’s class of 2019:

Nadja Abaza    

David Lawson Ackerman

Natalia Adamczyk    

Robert Joseph Adamo

Emma Christine Agli    

Ethan Richard Agli    

Amal Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Yahya Abdulghani Al-Hidami    Kasey Marie Alicea    

John Salvatore Aligata

Sarah Florence Anderson

Haley Elizabeth Andrews    Kristen Rose Angeli    

Ashley Laura Anglis    

David J Armstrong    

Aparna Somanath Athreya    Dylan Kimball Aylward

Tyler Kenneth Bade    

Joshua Robert Badgley

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14 Jun 19
95.5 The Lou

Lee Daniels has reached an agreement with Damon Dash and Dame’s two baby mamas on how to split up $210,000 in upcoming payments he owes Dame from an old settlement agreement. Lee Daniels filed a lawsuit in April after Dame’s ex-wife, Rachel Roy, and baby mama Cindy Morales both demanded Lee Daniels pay them instead […]

14 Jun 19

Sadie Newman is a prominent British model who has been slowly building her modeling career. She has managed to gain modeling gigs from prestigious brands including Victoria’s Secret, Rachel Roy, and Steven Alan. Luckily, Newman also got the chance to appear on the TV show, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2016. As of […]

14 Jun 19
The Australian

So the big little question will be, how squeezy is snug? That Canberra temple of good design, Ovolo Nishi, which started life as Hotel Hotel (presumably like New York, New York it was so nice they named it twice), is welcoming its first guests to a new wing of Snug Sun Rooms.