Golden age

30 must-see movies every adult should see

Boulevard / Corbis via Getty Images; Silver Screen Collection / Hulton Archive / Getty Images; Miramax Films / Courtesy Everett Collection (Left to right) Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh on the set of “A Streetcar Named Desire”, Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz” and Uma Thurman in “Pulp Fiction”. Does anyone really need another list of the greatest movies ...

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The Kordes Korner | News from the garden city

Through Editorial team | at July 08, 2021 By John Ellis Kordes This photo was given to me by a long-time resident. It was taken in 1967 in the backyard of a house at the north end of Avalon Road. He captures the suburbs in its “glory days”. The houses were built in 1954-55 and are therefore just over 10 ...

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Summer Sunday concerts arrive at Lippitt House Museum Garden

Between the beach and dinner, join the summer concerts on Sundays August 1 and 8 in the beautiful Lippitt House garden in Providence. Bring a blanket or folding chair and sit by the fountain while listening to music from Latin jazz band, Infusion Evolution, or Irish history songs and tunes from Bank of Ireland. Evolution of the infusion on August ...

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CPH Jazz Festival: Touching bass with local talent

Copenhagen double bassist and composer Klaus Nørgaard has recorded his two self-published albums, “Village Life” (2018) and “Clarinet” (2020), within a block radius of N inrrebro. These are, in many ways, hyper-local productions – very personal compositions produced in his own home and in a local wine bar. Nørgaard has also appeared on the albums’ Route One ‘(2009) by Søren ...

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Paul Butler | Careers and marriages that last

In August my wife and I were married for 27 years and my brother-in-law Richard has worked for his company for 27 years. Richard is also blessed with a good marriage. Looking at these two milestones, there are many similarities between a long marriage and a long career. Unfortunately, neither is more standard. Both require loyalty. Both require trust. Both ...

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Helping Chinatown Residents Take Charge of Their Well-Being

At the start of the pandemic, as researchers and health professionals scrambled to learn more about the new virus, non-scientists struggled to find clear and concise information. For many seniors in Boston’s Chinatown community, this difficulty was compounded by the language barrier. But the student volunteers in the Tufts Chinatown Wellness Initiative (TCWI) were ready to lend a hand. Already ...

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The Covid makes Cannes evenings even more exclusive

Published on: 07/02/2021 – 03:48Amended: 07/02/2021 – 03:47 Cannes (France) (AFP) The battle for after party invitations has always been fierce at the world’s most glamorous festival, but thanks to social distancing rules, it will be even harder than usual to overtake the doorman at Cannes this year. “We will not be able to do everything we want,” warned Pierre ...

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