And let go of those who hold you back.
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“Yikes. Is he dead?”
She pressed two fingers against his neck. “No, thank heavens. Just unconscious.” She grabbed him under his armpits and tugged, but she couldn’t lift him. “Help me lift him. We’re bringing him back with us.”
The space race of the 1960’s fueled children’s imaginations like never before. It seemed every boy and a few girls wanted to grow up to be an astronaut. The influence of the space race permeated the culture through toys, books and television shows. Major Matt Mason, an astronaut action figure complete with crew, space station […]
“We’re telling a piece of history that has been under-represented… but we’re telling it in a very unusual way.” Blending Japanese ghost stories with the real-life imprisonment of Japanese Americans in the wake of Pearl Harbor, AMC’s “The Terror: Infamy” promises to be one of the must-watch horror shows of the year, and the cast […]
EXCLUSIVE: MGM is bolstering its publicity and corporate communications teams with the appointments of Meghan Gamber as VP, Film Publicity; Mari Dwyer as VP, Corporate Communications; De’Jon Glover as Manager, Film Publicity; and the promotion of Christina Lee to VP, Television Communications. All will report to MGM’s recently hired Chief Communications Officer, Katie Martin Kelley, […]
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What have you been up to this summer? Amidst vacations, conferences and facility projects our librarians and staff have managed to keep reading some varied and interesting titles. Here is a selection of recent reads from across the library, almost all of which are available for checkout from one of UGA Libraries’ locations. Don’t forget […]
Lots to cover on Episode 99 of CinemAddicts, as Anderson Cowan and I review two films (Skin, Mike Wallace Is Here) and I tackle a couple of other solid indie flicks (Into The Ashes and The Mountain). First things first, however, as Quentin Tarantino is on our respective minds . . .
I wish there was a special handshake for parents and allies of special needs kids. Something subtle, but noticeable. Something that shows others, “Oh I get what I am witnessing and I am cool with it, and you. I come as a friend.” It would need to be something that is appropriate in all cultures, […]