The Western Conference has been shaken up yet again, and this time the Oklahoma City Thunder are on top.
Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Steve Feld: Finding love in the most unexpected places, with the most unexpected person and the most unexpected gender. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under? Comedy, Romance, RomCom 3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie? It’s a love story and a comedy. Who […]
Sarah Paulson is killing me. I’ve asked to read the text chain she has going with her Ocean’s 8 co-stars (weeks before it was reportedly deleted), and though she’s given me a firm “nope” because she doesn’t “want to get kicked off the chain,” she’s now holding her phone a foot-and-a-half from my face, offering […]
“The Mountains Are Calling AND I Must Go…” And Here We go………..First Day-> 1-DEC-2018 From Last one and Half month was waiting for this trek . Because in this Mansoon I had only one trek near Pune which was ‘Tung Fort’ and this was small but littlie bit difficult . […]
The year is winding down and 2018 is about to come to a close. Each year, the Hamptons real estate scene bears witness to celebrity home sales, purchases, and rentals. In 2018, in addition to movie stars and fashion designers buying and selling South Fork properties, politics also had an influence over the celebrity real […]
ESPN signs Jessica Mendoza to a multi-year extension https://ift.tt/2zQhCXJ Bob Nightengale reports that Adrian Gonzalez plans to play in 2019 and the Diamondbacks are “one of the teams who may have interest.” Well, now that they’ve traded way Paul Goldschmidt I suppose they have an opening, though there was a report yesterday that they intend […]
Able shuffled out the door. He was going to find his breakfast and find it he did in the form of Juanita, Juanita’s breakfast that is. It was very tasty. While eating, Mr Able overheard a conversation about work. “No work today, Hernandez?” The friendly African-American asked. “Oh yes,” saaid the Hispanic man, “Working hard […]
This is guaranteed to be the most diva-ish wedding, and we are so ready for it.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been inspired to write a film review, but we have a very unique and interesting case here. It’s the eleventh film in a franchise that spans forty years, depicting several independent timelines and alternate realities, much like The Terminator, X-Men, or Back to the Future films… except […]
Perhaps the subject most frequently discussed in the chats and pieces that appear at FanGraphs is what the next great baseball innovation will be. Most teams have caught up on the analytics revolution heralded by Moneyball; even longstanding holdouts like the Orioles and Giants have surrendered to the inevitable and embraced the modern game. So what […]
(6/10 stars) “Christmas proceeds as scheduled, come snow, darkness, alarms in the night, bullets and Borgia cups! What a wonderful spirit America has. Disaster to the right, disaster to the left, disaster fore and aft, and America beams at Christmas and pretends all is deliciously right in this worst of all possible worlds. How about […]
On January 17, 1961, three days before then President-Elect Jack Kennedy was set to take office, acting Commander-in-chief Dwight D. Eisenhower gave his televised farewell address to the nation. In it, he speaks of the post-World War II “permanent armaments industry of vast proportions” that has had a “total influence–economic, political, even spiritual…in every city, every […]