Arsenal Circular 103
Catterick, Shankly Clough Revie Busby Harvey Ronnie Allen at West Brom and Mc Garry at Wolves for instance too. All knew what attacking football .. Myopia is a convenient cloak, as well as an Austrian Grandfather. All of life offers two Let's ...
June 25, 2015
Sonya Pemberton is an Australian science film-maker. She talks to Friona ...
Genepool Productions, formed in 2011, is a joint venture between Pemberton Films and one of Australia's largest independent television content providers, Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder, a company co-founded by TV presenter and producer Andrew Denton. Her ...
November 9, 2014
BWW Reviews: OC's 3-D Theatricals Presents Epic Production of RAGTIME
Like an intricate jigsaw puzzle inside a mapped-out maze, the massive cast of 45+ actors (!) weave in-and-out of Living in his estate with him are his wife, the more open-minded "Mother" (Christanna Rowader); Mother's politically-charged "Younger ...
October 21, 2014
Interviewing The Rides' Stephen Stills, Kenny Wayne Shepherd & Barry ...
That's what I grew up on, learning how to play like Jimmy Reed and listening to Howlin' Wolf and trying to figure out what he was saying, and the same with Robert Johnson. But the spirit of it and the feeling of it It's uncanny that despite our ages ...
August 21, 2013
Prints and Photographs Division, the White Collection/Library of Congress
Adam kept his trusting gaze trained on his mother, while cautiously attempting, as if he were groping his way along a wall behind him, to locate a door. “Where did Uncle . Olive skin, black hair, cream-colored suit, eyes as pale as a wolf's…His ...
June 23, 2011
Kent on Saturday: Sonny Bill Williams contract saga disintegrates into another ...
It's a continuous jigsaw puzzle, moving all the time, and the difficulty of managing it is a problem the Eels have struggled with for almost a generation as they battle to climb off the cellar floor? A few other clubs too, if we're being honest. Maybe ...
October 11, 2013
Haiku Reviews: Brancusi, Bach and Beat Boxing (PHOTOS)
HuffPost Arts' Haiku Reviews is a monthly feature where invited critics review exhibitions and performances in short form. Some will be in the traditional Haiku form of 5x7x5 syllables, others might be a sonnet and others might be more free-form. This ...
June 30, 2012
an old Hollywood film shows a man frantically trying to turn back the hands of a clock, and a vivid animation full of sepia washes and fine line portraits conveys the history of smallpox inoculation. Sonya Pemberton’s quest to explain science through television is full of memorable sequences and striking images. I like to think every film I make is beautiful, I don’t want to make ugly films,” she says. We’re in Pemberton’s office at Genepool Productions in Melbourne, currently neat but usually piled high with research notes, pictures and storyboards, she says. “It’s incredibly heavy,” says Pemberton, lifting her Emmy from the US Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Pemberton has won the Eureka Prize for Science Journalism three times and dozens of other awards in a career spanning more than 25 years. Turning back the hands of a clock to slow down time is obvious and powerful. The tango dancers are a more complicated metaphor for the phenomenon of cancer à deux, or conjugal cancer, virally transmitted between two people.
RAGTIME , that monumental, Tony-winning musical masterpiece featuring a book by celebrated playwright Terrence McNally and glorious music from composers Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty , is by far my favorite stage musical of all time. With that said, my bias probably pre-supposes that any production of RAGTIME already gains my favor automatically before the curtain even rises. On the contrary, it is precisely because I am so emotionally invested and thoroughly enamored by the show (even though, yes, I still feel much of it is waaay too long, some parts still need reworking, and some songs could be cut or shortened),... So, if you have never seen a full production of RAGTIME, there's probably a good reason why: the show, without exaggeration, is a huge undertaking at any budgetary or spatial level.
Detail from ‘The Seventh Thousanth and Eighth Hundredth and Sixty Third Performance at the Diving Board L. G. H. , 1911,’ an album of snapshots by the photographer F. Holland Day. This photograph and the one on page 58 are from Verna Posever Curtis’s Photographic Memory: The Album in the Age of Photography, which has just been published by Aperture Are you there. “That’s me. The smallest one, over on the end there, with the smocked dress and the pigtails. Adam considered the sad-looking little girl. He would have liked to pat the girl’s head, but now she was just a bitsy kernel inside his mother. Smocked dress,” he said, stacking the sounds up like the wooden blocks he used to play with. She could tell Adam about Uncle Tommy when he was little if he wanted to know, she said, or about Uncle Frank or Aunt Rosalie or Aunt Hazel or Uncle Ray. But given the difference in their ages, she and her brother Phillip might as well have grown up in different households. Daddy—Grandfather Jack—had expected him to take over the farm. Grandfather Jack was heartbroken. “Where did Uncle Phillip go away to live. “Did he go away to live in Des Moines. “If Phillip lived in Des Moines he would come to Easter.
Wooden Jigsaw Mini Grandfather Clock, Green
Easy to assemble (no tools required), this grandfather clock creates a 3-dimensional appearance using four flat wooden cross-sections stacked back-to-front for a life-size pop-up book style construction.
December 10, 2013
Jigsaw Mini Grandfather, Orange
Our Jigsaw Mini Grandfather easy to assemble (no tools required), this orange grandfather clock creates a 3-dimensional appearance using four flat wooden cross-sections stacked back-to-front for a life-size pop-up book style construction.
December 10, 2013