This latest addition to the acclaimed From The Vaults series was filmed at the San Jose Arena on The Rolling Stones’ No Security tour, which ran from January to June 1999 through North America and Europe. It followed on from the colossal Bridges To Babylon tour and took its name from the “No Security” live album recorded on that 1997/98 tour. In reaction to the huge stadiums played on Bridges To Babylon the conscious decision was made to book the band into smaller venues for the initial North American leg of the No Security tour. This show was filmed in April 1999 in front of an audience of a little over 30,000 (intimate by Rolling Stones standards!) at the end of the North American dates. Previously unreleased, it captures the band in top form playing a set that spans from mid-sixties hit singles up to the then current Bridges To Babylon album.
Just in time for Free Comic Book Day, this special comic features three brand-new stories from a lineup of superstar talent—and each tale serves as a prelude to some of the biggest DC events of 2018! First, find out how The Joker reacts when he discovers Catwoman has turned her back on crime and plans to marry his archnemesis. Can the Clown Prince of Crime stand to see Batman happy? Writer Tom King and artist Clay Mann set up the events that lead to BATMAN #50! Then, DARK NIGHTS: METAL shook the DC Universe to its deepest foundations—now it’s time to rejoin legendary writer Scott Snyder, along with all-star artist Jorge Jimenez and co-writers James Tynion IV and Joshua Williamson, for the prelude to JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE! Discover what universe-shattering mysteries have emerged from the most wondrous and chaotic corners of the cosmos to hunt the Justice League in DC’s summer blockbuster event! Plus, get your first glimpse at Superman’s new world in this exclusive preview of the upcoming six-issue miniseries MAN OF STEEL, written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by José Luis García-López. With Truth, Justice and the American Way all under attack, both Superman and Clark Kent find there’s never been a more important time to stand up for what they believe in.
Taking us inside the kitchen of Eneko Atxa’s three-Michelin-star restaurant Azurmendi in northeastern Spain, and to the legendary Tokyo sushi joint run by 91-year-old Jiro Ono (subject of 2011’s Jiro Dreams of Sushi), the film captures the deep traditions that have made Basque and Japanese cuisines two of the most coveted in the world.
Secrets About Hypnosis, Details, Examples, Session Examples, Tips, Secrets About Induction, Secrets About Tests, How To Use Hypnosis Safely And More. In The Second Part Of The Book You Have : The 50 Questions And Answers About Hypnosis. With A Lot Of Information That Will Give You A Powerful Knowledge About Hypnosis Hypnotherapy And More. I Want You To Learn Hypnosis !
Colorado Rockies superstar José Reyes was busted for domestic violence after he allegedly attacked his wife during a vacation in Hawaii. The incident went down on Halloween, according to cops in Maui, but is just now coming out. Reyes and his…
Ricardo Darín stars as Benjamín, a former criminal court employee who wants to write a novel about an Argentine case from the 1970s where a woman was raped and murdered. He confides his intentions to a judge with whom he's been secretly smitten for years, Irene (Soledad Villamil), but she expresses reservations about the idea, for reasons that eventually become apparent. Meanwhile, flashbacks set up the central story, unfolding in 1970s Argentina. In that narrative, Argentina has fallen under the control of a military junta and a fair trial has become an increasingly uncommon event in that nation's courts. A woman is found raped and murdered while her husband was at work, and two immigrant workers are essentially forced into confessing to the crime. Benjamín then teams up with his colleague and friend, the lush Pablo Sandoval (Guillermo Francella), and the two go about identifying and tagging the perpetrator of the original crime. Subtle detail in a photograph alerts Benjamin to the possibility that a man named Gómez (Javier Godino) may have been the real culprit, but finding Gómez and obtaining conclusive evidence against him is no simple task. Moreover, as Benjamín and Pablo struggle to have the case reopened, they also find that bureaucracy and power in Argentine government have made this close to impossible.
Smooth delivery, high-spirited melodies, that velvet voice and a soul-stirring rhythmic foundation. All are the elements that Steve Winwood brings to this live concert featuring songs from the album About Time along with his classic hits including “Why Can’t We Live Together” and “Back in the High Life.” Winwood also performs hits from his day with Traffic as well as current recordings that represent a tapestry of tastes woven after 40 years in music. Song List: Can’t Find My Way Back Home, Empty Pages, Bully, Glad, Freedom Rider, Back in the High Life Again, Dear Mr. Fantasy, Why Can’t We Live Together. Bonus Songs: Rainmaker, Different Light, Walking On.
In RoboCop, the year is 2028 and OmniCorp – the world’s leader in robot technology – sees a golden opportunity to reap billions for their company. When Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman) – a loving husband, father and good cop doing his best to stem the tide of crime and corruption in Detroit – is critically injured, OmniCorp grabs their chance to build a part-man, part-robot police officer. OmniCorp envisions a RoboCop in every city and will stop at nothing – no matter the cost to Alex – to make sure the program succeeds. But OmniCorp never counted on one thing: there is still a man fighting inside the machine.
Chris Brown is facing a new batch of legal drama but this time around, the R&B superstar isn’t easily copping to the blame.
Publicists for the 26-year-old singer are telling Hip-Hop Wired that although the January 11 San Jose shooting was indeed unfortunate, the days of their client being unfairly targeted by lawsuits is coming to an end.
“It is a poor reflection of our society that violence is so prevalent and it is always a tragedy when someone is physically harmed. However this is a completely frivolous lawsuit,” Breezy’s reps say in a statement.
“We expect that the case will be dismissed and in future, to avoid these reoccurring meritless lawsuits directed at Chris Brown, we plan to seek damages from all parties and their lawyers.”
Paul Briley, 22, was one of five people who were shot while attending the private “Chris Brown’s Capricorn Bash” at the Fiesta Nightclub on Monterey Highway. He recently filed a lawsuit citing negligence on the singer’s part, claiming his celebrity brings violence everywhere he goes and his security could have been a lot tighter. His legal team also inexplicably threw the Rihanna incident in the melee.
Briley is asking for unspecified damages for mental anguish, time missed from work and more.
Lawyers for Paul Briley, 22, claim the college student suffered “a permanent injury” to his foot when he was shot at “Chris Brown’s Capricorn Bash” at the Fiesta Nightclub on Monterey Highway early on the morning of Jan. 11.
All five people who were wounded suffered non-life-threatening injuries, San Jose Police spokesperson Officer Albert Morales told NBC Bay Area back in January.
The lawsuit includes references to prior violence incidents at Chris Brown concerts and his 2009 felony conviction for a notorious assault on his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
“This shooting should never have happened. Brown’s managers and the concert promoters know that violence follows in Brown’s wake,” attorney Richard Alexander said in a statement.
The lawsuit claims the club had been over-sold beyond capacity. It also states, given “shooting incidents … at similar concerts hosted by Brown under similar circumstances,” the defendants should have implemented stringent security procedures, such as metal detectors and pat-downs.
The suit cites the defendants’ “negligence and carelessness” as having led to Briley’s injuries.
Briley is suing Brown and the club to recoup lost earnings, his medical expenses, and a variety of other damages including “past, present, and future physical, mental and emotional pain and suffering, including fright, shock, terror, and post-traumatic stress of being shot.”
Not to say to Chris Brown isn’t culpable for the crime but if these “violent incidents” at his concert preceded his reputation, what sense did it make to attend? Also, what does the Rihanna incident have to do with this?
Briley may be the only victim who has filed suit so far but you know the other four are inevitable.
Scotty ATL & Quality Control artist Jose Guapo connect for all of the “Real One’s” on this exclusive joint off of “The Cooligans Festival Mixtape” Hosted by DJ Mike Mars, which drops today at noon on Livemixtapes!
Catch both of these guys performing this Friday in Atlanta at The Cooligan Fest 2015. Purchase tickets here.
Adam Goldberg directs this "coming of middle age" comedy in which Goldberg plays Jose Stern, an erstwhile indie-rocker relegated to playing children's birthday parties, on the verge of turning 40, and at a crossroads in his relationship. When Jose's fiancée discovers a dark secret, she kicks him to the curb and he finds himself on the couch of his married with children friend, who is in the throes of his own mid-life crisis. Jose reflects on his past as he seeks counsel from his burnt-out friends, dysfunctional family, and a troubled ex-girlfriend — all in an effort to find himself and perhaps the love of his life. Featuring music from such artists as The Beach Boys, Three Dog Night, and Harry Nilsson, as well as original songs by Adam Goldberg.
Last summer, over 12,000 music fans gathered at the “Curacao North Sea Jazz Festival” to witness a once in a lifetime concert experience as a select group of renowned salsa musicians came together for a historical one night event. This summer, that experience will be immortalized forever as “Salsa Giants” released under the production of musical director and producer Sergio George through Top Stop Music. Performances included Marc Anthony, Oscar D’León, Cheo Feliciano, Luis Enrique, Andy Montañez, Willy Chirino, José Alberto “El Canario”, Tito Nieves, Nora from the “Orquesta de la Luz” and Charlie Zaa. Hits included Aguanile, Yo No Sé Mañana, Mi Bajo y Yo, Discúlpeme Señora, Fabricando Fantasías, Un Disco Más, Medias Negras, Casi Te Envidio, Tu Amor Me Hace Bien, De Mí Enamórate, Mata Siguaraya, Anacaona, Salsa Caliente del Japón, y Valió La Pena. This feature: Sergio George Presents…Salsa Giants is anchored by lead single “Para Celebrar,” the only studio recording featuring all of the Salsa Giants on one track. Following the release, the Salsa Giants will embark on a Latin American tour throughout the Fall followed by a North American tour in 2014.
Adam Goldberg is the consummate “the guy from . . .” He’s the guy from Dazed and Confused. He’s the guy from The Hebrew Hammer and from 2 Days in Paris. He’s the guy from Friends. (He played Chandler’s crazy roommate.) As you continue playing the game, however, you realize that while you may want to label the misanthropic motormouth as the funny, neurotic, often cigarette-smoking side character, that’s not the whole story. The truth is, he’s the guy who’s difficult to pin down. “There are lots of ways that I feel misidentified,” Goldberg told us by phone. “It gets difficult when the roles start to overlap too much, and trying to find something that really delineates one from the other is definitely a struggle.”
While his acting résumé is diverse—he has played a murderous mobster, a loveably paranoid New Yorker, and everything in between—when it comes to directing, Goldberg’s penchant for ambitious, stylized, and introspective art is on full display. When he was 24, he wrote his first film, Scotch and Milk, which premiered in 1998. “I know this sounds really pretentious, but it was really important to me to make a movie by the time I was 25 because it was, like, Orson Welles’s age [when he made Citizen Kane],” he said. The film, a black-and-white, nonlinear noir that “had moments of comedy,” wasn’t a commercial hit. “Major distributors walked out the second the film premiered because it was in black and white.” Five years later, when he premiered his second feature, I Love Your Work, things were, in the beginning, looking up. “It had gotten into the Toronto Film Festival, but people were somewhat taken aback because they were expecting something more funny.”
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After twelve years, Goldberg, now 44, has a new film out. With No Way Jose, which Goldberg directed, cowrote with newcomer Sarah Kate Levy, and stars in, the actor tried something a little different: he went smaller and more naturalistic, drawing on some of his more successful roles. “This was more of an attempt to see what I can do where I can kind of offer myself services that I’ve offered in some sense to other filmmakers,” he said. The resulting film is a quirky, “coming-of-middle-age story,” with Goldberg in the titular role—an erstwhile indie rocker now relegated to playing children’s birthday parties who’s having some anxiety about turning 40. But this trope is quickly cauterized when his fiancée (Ahna O’Reilly) finds out something ugly about his past, bringing about a kind of self-reflecting series of misadventures. (And a lot of delightful complaining.)
While Goldberg says that the film “isn’t groundbreaking thematically,” the process was a difficult one for him to swallow. The script took on many different forms, and Goldberg decided to go back to basics, putting up Post-it notes, reading screenwriting books he “had on principle refused to read” in the hopes of creating something different than his other films. “This script took so long to write, not because it’s, like, the most intricately constructed movie of all time, but just because it’s a combination of my own self-criticism and the fact that I wanted to be as hard on myself as I am on other movies.”
Despite Goldberg’s grueling process and affinity for self-criticism, No Way Jose provides the actor with a sense of peace and serves as a kind of inspiration for the future. “My takeaway is this film exists and it’s easy to find. I Love Your Work, it’s hard to find. So you have to just keep doing it. And I will leave behind me a mass of work for people to enjoy and to criticize at their leisure.”
From acclaimed director José Padilha ("Robocop (2014)", "Bus 174") and the Oscar-nominated writer of "City of God" comes the highest-grossing film of all time in South America. The sprawling slum that surrounds Rio de Janeiro is one of the most dangerous places on earth, so as the head of Rio's Special Police Operations Battalion, Captain Nascimento has seen his share of intense situations. When a mission to stop a jail riot ends in the violent death of a gang leader, Nascimento finds himself accused of a massacre…but the citizens of Rio, tired of the crime and drugs that plague their city, embrace him as a national hero. Instead of being fired he finds himself promoted. In his powerful new position, Nascimento brings the gangs that rule the slum to their knees, but quickly discovers that he's only made things even easier for the dirty cops and corrupt politicians that are truly running the game. Now, Nascimento must confront his true enemies, who are much more dangerous…and sitting just down the hall.
Hannah Davis better watch her perfectly sculpted ass … ’cause Jose Canseco’s hot model daughter is gunning for her spot in the 2016 SI Swimsuit Edition. Turns out, Josie Canseco is an aspiring model … who’s making a serious run to get into the…
Jose Docavo Alberti, sobrino-nieto de RAFAEL ALBERTI, nos presenta esta fabulosa novela sobre el fin del mundo y el amor: «Un primer capítulo excepcional, mágico y lleno de humor inteligente, un libro que muy pronto se convertirá sin duda en uno de los más vendidos en español » Ignacio Elguero, Director del programa literario La Estación Azul, Radio 1-RNE. «Una experiencia divertida y única…, un libro de aventuras excelente que entretiene y que a la vez te hace reflexionar…». El noventa por ciento de las opiniones coinciden. ¿Cuál será la tuya…? EMBÁRCATE YA EN ESTE VIAJE SIN RETORNO SINOPSIS: Ulises San Juan, geólogo planetario y trabajador de la NASA en sus instalaciones de Robledo de Chavela en Madrid, gracias a sus conocimientos y poderes, amenaza, sin que nadie esté al corriente de la misión que él mismo se ha impuesto, con destruir al ser humano y conseguir así proteger a la Tierra de nuestros abusos. Sólo Elena, alertada por Ramita y ayudada por Héctor, posee la capacidad de evitar lo que de otra manera no sería evitable, pero para ello tendrá antes que comprender muchas cosas y superar infinidad de pruebas. ¿Conseguirá Ulises al final su propósito? LO QUE EL AUTOR DESTACA • Una novela actual y entretenida que trata sobre el mundo de hoy y sobre los desafíos ambientales a los que la humanidad se enfrenta. • Una mezcla de fantasía y realidad que te hará viajar y emocionarte. • ¿Conseguirá Ulises su propósito y salvará a la Tierra provocando con ello que el ser humano desaparezca?, ¿o por el contrario lograrán Elena y Héctor, ayudados por Ramita, evitar la catástrofe? • ¿Hacia dónde se dirige la sociedad actual? Un ejercicio de reflexión sobre el futuro y el presente del mundo. LO QUE DICE LA CONTRAPORTADA DE LA EDICIÓN IMPRESA Novela coral donde no dejan de fluir episodios repletos de acción y personajes cuya humanidad no te permite generar ese maniqueo recurso de los buenos y los malos, puesto que todos ellos actúan de acuerdo a unas convicciones que van más allá de lo que podría considerarse como lo políticamente correcto y que en el fondo no es más que una moralidad meliflua. LA CONTINUACIÓN DE LA SAGA La Mujer Caníbal: Ya disponible. Uno de los best sellers en español más destacados de los últimos meses. Esta segunda novela promete dar respuesta y continuidad al inquietante final y a todos los interrogantes que se plantean en la primera parte. SOBRE EL AUTOR Y SU OBRA Para conocer más detalles sobre el autor y sus libros en español entra en: http://eltercernacimientodeulises.blogspot.com.es
The DCU spent a year without Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman–a year in which the fate of the world hung in the balance! Now Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka and Mark Waid deliver the thrilling tale of the heroes who protected the planet in their absence in this best-selling series.
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