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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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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Hollywood remembers “Superman” director “Lethal Weapon” – deadline

Richard Donner, the director who launched Superman on the big screen and elevated the boyfriend movie to blockbuster status with Deadly weapon As part of a five-decade career as a film and television director and producer, died Monday at the age of 91. His credits included directing these iconic films in several genres of horror photography. The omen to children’s ...

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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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Physicists First Confirm Hawking’s Black Hole Theorem | MIT News

There are certain rules that even the most extreme objects in the universe must obey. A central law for black holes predicts that the area of ​​their event horizons – the limit beyond which nothing can ever escape – should never shrink. This law is the Hawking Area Theorem, named after the physicist Stephen Hawking, who derived the theorem in ...

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The substance of the Nikon Zfc doesn’t quite match its iconic style

The new Nikon Zfc proves that classic camera brands still have one great superpower that trumps megapixels, image quality or specs: nostalgia. With a photographic history stretching back to the late 1940s and the golden age of film cameras, Nikon relies on almost limitless heritage reserves – and it has harnessed those archives again with the new Nikon Zfc. The ...

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Olympic qualification is the next step in the “golden age” of Canadian basketball

Canadian players know this. Coaches know this. All the top basketball Canada officers know it too. This moment, for this men’s basketball program, cannot be lost. It’s been two decades since Steve Nash, Rowan Barrett and the rest of these Canadian players left the field at the Olympics in Australia after losing to France. Now, with an unprecedented amount of ...

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