Illness Gifts From God E. Description Conceived as a university engineering project, ILLNESS are Spencer and Emilio, a pair of Brighton youngsters attempting to tame the electric guitar and acoustic drum kit like there were no tomorrow.
Description Their new EP 'I Watched It From the Roadside' features six tracks, each as well thought-out as the next, the sophisticated build-ups laced with relentless hooks, and lyrics by the two singers that shout bloody murder.
Skibunny Hugs. Skibunny Walk Don't Walk. LaFaro LaFaro. Tracklisting Nice Little Earner. She Loves You came out when I was two years old, and the words were dead easy to remember!
And now, as they slowly die off and their hair is brown still! On my list. Flannery Dean : I have an older sister and so much of my music like my clothing was hand-me-down and consisted of mixed tapes cassettes!
I bought it because I had a crush on a boy at school who was a self-styled troubadour in the vein of Bob D he was adorable and pretentious — adorably pretentious. The crush on the boy faded. Need I say more than No Rain? I thought it was really cool back then and I actually still do….
I was 11 and at the time far from soulful, romantic or deep…though come to think of it perhaps the same can be said for Boys II Men. My one saving grave was that the CD was a gift, however enough digging would probably reveal a letter to Santa that requested the title along with the latest air powered NERF gun.
Girl are you ready? I had never even heard the band but their notoriety intrigued me so I bought it without hearing it. From the opening sound of boots marching in Holidays in the Sun to the very end, I love everything about the album — still. Who knew? I guess the album was an education as well. Hopefully 5 years from now I can look back at all this and laugh, call myself a whiney bitch and sit back knowing that it was all worth it. I started a floor plan and have been pinning on Pinterest like crazy!
There is nothing more fulfilling being freelance than completely supporting yourself in your passion and what you love to do. I never thought this would be my life, I never imagined being freelance and taking this road. I want it more then anything, I want to establish myself as a positive and professional force.
I still have a long road to travel and I am still learning from my mentors and peers which whom I am forever grateful towards. I never want to loose that sense of being humbled by my work and life. It really explored the dynamic of the modern couple which is completely fucked up and confusing sometimes. The photos above are snaps of the moving day with Shaina and Meghan playing go cart at the storage unit.
Fabric guru Lisa cutting a few yards of sheer at Trendy Fabrics on queen west, honestly there are the best garment shops around my new place. Never ending laundry trip to my local place, I was trying to wash an outfit before a date…I ended up being 30 mins late to a thoughtful picnic and a very dapper fellow…I amaze myself at how I get so nervous before a date still.
I had A LOT of help from my family and friends, ya know, the back bone of my existence is them hands down. Oh and my new roommate is my best friend Kate, I guess fate has some bigger plan for the two of us. I feel like this time in my life is shaping me more then life ever has, I can feel things differently and my thoughts are changing tune. Time to get this show on the road,. Photos above in order: My favourite restaurant Java, if you need to find me ill be there eating cheap pad Thai and 4 dollar house wine.
A single pink cloud that I named Jerry last night, he seemed so alone and perfect set in the sky. I spent the last five months falling onto my mums couch, dealing with four suitcases full of clothes constantly, and having to succeed and fail a number of times before somewhat getting it right. Shit is hitting the fan in my life, well replace the shit with like, rainbows or cookies, I suppose there is a better analogy to explain how this past week has gone.
After my birthday I wrote out some goals, financial ones mainly and some to help kick old habits. Somedays I want it to be bigger, I want my life to go to places I never imagined. Eat, sleep, drink, fart, laugh, cry, and possibly have sex lack of fart and food crumbs permitting in my bed. Be able to find that specific shirt I want to wear without going through 4 suitcases and a dresser. Have my friends over for dinner parties, games night, French club, and everything else I love doing when people come over.
Ill have the whole story up in a couple weeks, but check them out and support our creative friends! When I was growing up I played make believe…like a lot, it was a daily thing for me to make up stories and pretend I was someone else. As I got older I started to lie, I started to make up stories about my life and I would constantly drive my parents up the wall when I became a teenager.
The acting classes only fuelled my twisted belief that living life perpetually lying and over dramatic was exciting and care free. Now I want to pull back because I was honest about a lot of things, I had to grow up really fast and I think it was some form of protection for me. I always felt like I was about to get shot, like a wall would come down and there would be a firing squad ready and willing.
I recently had to make some really hard honest choices for myself, it was alienating and I felt like I was doing the absolute wrong thing. Sidebar — I really enjoy contradicting myself in writing and then drawing attention to it, I do that in real life too.
Funny story, the photos above that consist on sidewalk chalk and Meg and Kate dancing around, that was last night after a real talk pow wow. I found a bucket of sidewalk chalk and well…we turned into kids again. Then we walked up a hill that over looked the gardener expressway, there was a giant red canoe that stuck out a bit from where the land dropped off. We sat side by side on the tip of the canoe overlooking our city, a little tipsy, covered in chalk, all in our mid twenties, and a little less scared about life.
Here I am ladies and gentlemen, a grown ass 27 year old lady. Alright here comes the reflection of my age thus far. And yes we will probably still have the bear costume handy.
Share this: Twitter Facebook Tumblr Pinterest. One of the four lead characters in Angels is an anxious Jew bereft of answers, and two of the others are guilt-ridden Mormons, locked in a failing marriage that can't go forward or backward until both husband and wife face the truth about themselves. Along with these characters Kushner has also fictionalized the lives of two historical figures — Roy Cohn, the conservative lawyer, ethical scumbag, closet homosexual and early AIDS victim who denied the nature of his illness to the grave; and Ethel Rosenberg, convicted of passing atomic secrets to the Russians in the early s and executed in the electric chair along with her husband, Julius, in part through Cohn's machinations and persecution.
The scene in which the ghost of Ethel Rosenberg played superbly by local actress Ruth Wallman commiserates with the dying Cohn about the ironies of history while simultaneously marveling at the wonders of a touch-tone phone is Kushner at his very best — ironic, pathetic, hilarious and profound in a single theatrical stroke.
But in the end this production of "Millennium Approaches" provides only a hint, an awkward diagram, of the different levels on which Angels properly functions. It isn't the fault of the student actors, who are uniformly capable in their roles.
Tony K u s h n e r , d i r e c t ed by Peter J a c k the brink of collapse, exactly ond half of the play, when he Tkatch, U n i v e r s i t y of captures the nervousness, the seems to be swept away by Vermont T h e a t e r concealed terror, the plucky events beyond his control.
R o y a l l heroism of a young woman with had me wondering why anyone T yler Theatre, heartfelt expectations whose life would ever have been afraid of B u r l i n g t o n , November has gone drastically wrong. Warlick needs to work on her — and how anyone could posdiction — almost all the sibly imagine he was homosexuyounger actors do — but she al, in or out of the closet. He is fully conIt's on the technical end of.
Do not get mixed up j with the mob. Do not hang out with junkyard dogs. Do not apply for a job running guns in Central America. It's absolutely crucial that you stay away from bad influences. And the best way to do that is to ferociously seek out good influences. In fact, I'd like you to start as soon as you finish reading this message. Put on your finest clothes, call up your classiest friends, and hire a limousine to chauffeur you around to museums, libraries and religious services.
Which of these approaches to higher or should I say lower? It really is up to you, and you should decide pretty soon. Maybe it'll help you make your decision if I tell you that according to ancient lore, the dusky realm to which Persephone journeyed is a place of hidden wealth.
Indeed, according to psychologist James Hillman, its "the giver of nourishment to the soul. T h e planet Mercury will bestow upon you a glistening new insight into meanwhile, will,. Jupiter will not only expand your horizons but accessorize them with breathtaking views. Saturn will show you how to add 10 percent more organization into your life in such a way as to increase your efficiency by 40 percent.
And Venus! What Venus has planned for you is unspeakably concupiscent, sybaritic and epicurean Close examination of the footage, however, revealed the unglamorous presence of a gob of saliva on his chin. A computer genius was called in to eradicate the "imperfection" using special effects.
I bring this up, my fellow Crabs, to call your attention to the probability that you'll soon be tempted to perform similar edits in your own drama. Please don't. Let that spit shine brightly — and the sweat and tears and pimples, too. Wear em all proudly. Be as raw as the law allows.
LSO July Aug. Knight has channeled Ramtha, a 35,year-old warlord from Atlantis. This ghostly dude has been good to his mistress, helping her create and sell products that have swelled her wealth to epic proportions.
No wonder, then, that she objected when another psychic, Julie Ravel, started channeling Ramtha without asking permission. Drawing on the warrior aspects of her disembodied sugar daddy, Ms. Knight sued her rival in court, and won. The judge awarded sole custody of Ramtha to his original owner.
That's why I'm a little worried about this week's horoscope. You see, a rough, tough wraith claiming to be Ramtha's drill sergeant just buzzed me. Now just imagine, Scorpio, if you took these superpowers of yours and applied them to spread peace, love and understanding everywhere you go. I believe you're ready to do just that — with a vengeance. To cooperate, I suggest you throw a December 31,style party, complete with cartoons scrawled on the walls, boisterous singing which inspires all the dogs in the neighborhood to ' yowl, and drunk friends passing out in your bathtub.
There's so much to celebrate, after all, so much to commemorate: last laughs and first cries Then of course there'll be the absolutely final gasp of a long-drawn-out ending: That alone deserves a joyous primal scream. I can't imagine it was really necessary, given the wide-open license of magic realism, to have the stage crew arrange tables and chairs every time the scenes changed which in Angels happens a lot and thereby extend the length of the show by a precious 20 minutes.
Michael L. Auszura's arresting set, squarely derived from the deconstructionist school of architecture, was making a statement all its own, but unfortunately not one that mattered to the action of the play. In the meantime the actors seemed to have permanent difficulty finding their lights. It might seem like damning with faint praise, in view of these reservations, but I would urge anyone with an interest in contemporary theater to catch this production before it closes.
T h e play itself will amaze and amuse you, and the effort behind it, particularly on the part of the students involved, is worthy of attention and support. Next time, however, they need to trust their hunches and do it stronger, bolder, surer.
Unfortunately, moni doesn't remember the other part of the hocuspocus, and so the porridge Just keeps flowing and flowing. Only'when the whole towns flooded with porridge does the girl return and gasp, "Stop, pot. I wouldn't be shocked if gems and miniature roses spilled from your lips as you spoke, or you were able to tickle a grizzly bear into submission, or you could induce a meteor shower just by wrinkling your nose in the direction of the heavens.
In short, Aquarius, you're so supernaturally talented it's spooky. I can't wait to see which three miracles, of all the hundreds you're now capable of, you will actually choose to perform. So I guess your best motivation for doing what you're going to do will be for the sheer fun of it, for the righteous mischief, for the entertainment value of seeing everyone you encounter get flung u p into the air by the tremors you send coursing through the earth beneath their feet.
Conant Custom Brass, Inc. Film Festival as one of a handful of recent events to alter the landscape of contemporary Hollywood. In the meantime, "Find me the next sex, lies, and videotape' became the battle cry that launched a thousand Hollywood producers, while independent'filmmakers everywhere suddenly found themselves and their efforts the focus of unprecedented attention. So what does the future hold for all these upstarts and whippersnappers, and for American cinema itself?
The best clue might lie in the subsequent career of Soderbergh himself. His second film, Kafka, painted over some avant-garde notions with a Hollywood veneer — the decidedly mixed effect was unsatisfactory to critics and audiences alike. He recovered some lost ground with his small, coming-of-age period drama King of the Hill — regarded by many as his finest accomplishment to date — but stumbled again with The Underneath, a distractingly artsy remake of the noir classic, Criss Cross.
Now Soderbergh's latest effort, Schizopolis, has hit the video shelves, and it reveals a curious sight: a filmmaker who, instead of charging forward, is pulling up, looking around, searching for the spot where he got lost. Shot and written by Soderbergh and starring himself and a handful of friends, Schizopolis is the genuine article: a percent homemade film that makes no concessions to popular tastes or commercial interests.
In a move that some interpreted as a statement of principles, he even premiered it at Slamdance '97, the alternative alternative film festival. By his own account, Schizopolis represents Soderbergh's desire to play with the language of cinema, and "cinematic playing" is as good a way to describe the result as any.
The governing spirit is an adolescent nihilism of the sort that wants to make a joke out of everything-wtth—a which it comes into contact, without concern for propriety. All the time I was watching it, I kept remembering Help, and thinking about how much fun has gone out of movies or proportion.
It's the kind of juvenile silliness wherein the titles appear on the shirts of bottomless codgers chased by men in white coats, and wherein the lines of dialogue are not the lines themselves but the lines' descriptors "Generic greeting. The larger subject, however, is the subject of language itself, including the language of film. Many of the devices — characters who speak in multiple languages, dialogue that reads like a poem by Gertrude Stein — remove the.
At the same time, the conventions of cinematic space and time are deliberately violated, opening narrative fissures into which the film slips sideways. In one memorable stoppage, Soderbergh deconstructs his own face, standing in front of a bathroom mirror and cycling through a startling series of utterly maniacal facia] contortions in a frank and gratuitous display. Do I recommend Schizopolis? You bet. All the time I was watching it, I kept remembering Help, and thinking about how much fun has gone out of movies, still another victim of some mistaken' notion of progress.
Under such conditions, the regress of a film like Schizopolis is more than welcome: It is necessary.
Another recent addition to the video shelves is Tran An-Hung's Cyclo. It may be the one film about the Vietnam War Americans should see but probably won't. Against our attempts to wipe that troubled memory from our national consciousness, Cyclo paints a vivid picture of life in modern Saigon, a place in which poverty and squalor and dislocation and violence are the living legacy of the war on the people against whom it was directed.
As he did in The Scent of Green Papayas, Tran evokes the rich, sensual reality of a young person's consciousness, with the difference that the world inhabited by the new film's protagonist offers no avenues of retreat, nothing to save a tender consciousness from the brutality it witnesses.
The result is a cinematic experience that lodges in your mind like a piece of shrapnel, that opens in you like a wound that won't be healed. I have to admit to going into this thing with preconceptions and doubts about R a n d y Kehler a n d Betsy Corner.
I pretty m u c h felt like, hey, w h o wouldn't like to save themselves a few t h o u s a n d dollars a year? I narrowly avoided a painful case of whiplash, however, Leppzer's film turned me a r o u n d so quickly At the same time, the movie avoids taking sides, giving everyone involved a chance to state their case. Even t h e n it's unlikely that the imbecility of this script could be matched. A dozen monkeys typing for a week couldn't concoct s o m e t h i n g with this m a n y contradictions a n d plot holes.
Bruce Willis smirks his way through two ultra-snoozy hours of horse hockey a b o u t a mysterious paid assassin w h o changes his disguises every five minutes, a n d an I R A terrorist Richard Gere whose accent changes almost as often. Gere helps the FBI track the deadly bore. I'm still n o t sure w h a t Sidney Poitier — w h o phones his performance as an FBI h o n c h o — was d o i n g w i t h i n a mile of this meatfieadedness.
Makes The Saint look dnemarically s k n i f i c a n C a n d a little sain t o. Big stars, solid directors, lavish promotional campaigns - they had it all. Everything, that is, except an audience.
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