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At nearly 60, one might be expected to start planning for retirement. But not Katrine Haynes. The grandmother of 11 thought
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A-Sides with Jon Chattman: Sad Brad Smith "On the Beach" Music Video Premiere; Susan Catteneo Opens Her Heart
You know a film is one of the "great ones" when even a cameo from Young MC can't derail it. Up in the Air may have went scoreless on its six Oscar nods, but the film still ranks as one of my favorites from the 2000s decade.
Wasn't series two the same as series one, just with different names? No, you're misremembering. What happened was, in each
Confronted with eight companies in six intriguing programs over five days at the festival of modern dance known as SPF6 at the ODC Theater in San Francisco, Ballet To The People called in the Special Forces, in the person of dance omnivore, Leigh Donlan.
Payne Bradley's new suite of dances entitled Up in the Air appear to be her way of having a conversation with legendary, long dead choreographers. She speaks the language of classical ballet with fluency and a modern accent. There is also an elegance, a very American chic.
In the video (shown above) for the band's single, "Up in the Air," the lyrics for the song are shown on footage taken by
Up In The Air was born out of an idea for a photoshoot of dancers amid hot air balloons in Napa Valley, and further inspired by the work of artist Seán Patrick McArdle, who is creating a painted backdrop for the piece.
"Up in the Air" isn't the first piece of music to make its way beyond Earth's atmosphere. NASA launched the Voyager Golden
There are frequent fliers, and then there are people like Steven Rothstein and Jacques Vroom. Both men bought tickets that
"I'll acknowledge that there might be some people who see me as a success," she said. "In a weird way I feel like a laughing
I'll say it flat out -- Alexander Payne's new film, The Descendants, is my favorite of the year, a movie that manages to be heart-breaking and laugh-out-loud funny at the same time.
The quirky writer/director, who helmed 2005's "Brick" and 2008's "The Brothers Bloom," took to Twitter last week to announce