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What an interesting musical joint venture. Rapper RZA and Paul Banks from Interpol recorded music together. Lord only knows when it's gonna be released The post Interpol's Paul Banks and RZA record an album together appeared first on...
What an interesting musical joint venture. Rapper RZA and Paul Banks from Interpol recorded music together. Lord only knows when it's gonna be released The post Interpol's Paul Banks and RZA record an album together appeared first on Nothing But Hope And Passion - NBHAP - Music Magazine & more . Read MoreBlog: Nothing But Hope And Passion - NBHAP - Music Magazine & moreRelated: RZA & Interpols Paul Banks Are Working On An Album TogetherRZA & Interpols Paul Banks Are Working On An Album TogetherPaul Banks of Interpol And RZA Making An Album TogetherRaekwon And Nas Want To Make An Album TogetherYep, Avril Lavigne And Chad Kroeger Have Recorded An Album Together
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“We have to focus on us.” #Jaguars QB Chad Henne Read more:
“We have to focus on us.” #Jaguars QB Chad Henne Read more:
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[Editor's Note: This review contains spoilers.] There are two notable moments that feature singing in "Infected," the second episode of the fourth season of The Walking Dead. The first occurs in the opening sequence, in which Tyreese...
[Editor's Note: This review contains spoilers.] There are two notable moments that feature singing in "Infected," the second episode of the fourth season of The Walking Dead. The first occurs in the opening sequence, in which Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) serenades his new lover with Cole Porter's "I've Got You Under My Skin," a sweet moment that doubles as a macabre bit of foreshadowing.… By: Chris Cabin
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Former ABC exec Chad Hoffman has come aboard to spearhead television strategy for Lakeshore Entertainment as the indie film production, finance, sales, and distribution company moves into the small screen biz. Lakeshore’s TV divisi...
Former ABC exec Chad Hoffman has come aboard to spearhead television strategy for Lakeshore Entertainment as the indie film production, finance, sales, and distribution company moves into the small screen biz. Lakeshore’s TV division launches with a pair of shows. The Sebastian Maniscalo Project, recently sold to NBC through Sony Pictures Television, will be executive produced by Lakeshore. The company is also producing the pilot Blanco for Cinemax in association with Fox TV Studios, which Lakeshore Chairman and CEO Tom Rosenberg is also producing. Lakeshore’s Gary Lucchesi will exec produce. As part of their expansion into TV, Lakeshore will look to solicit and develop new original materials and will tap their own film library for potential series adaptations. While at ABC Hoffman developed Twin Peaks, China Beach, and thirtysomething. He also exec produced Eerie, Indiana for Hearst Entertainment Productions before stints at Sony and start-up Permission TV.
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Lakeshore Entertainment, the shingle behind films including “Million Dollar Baby” and “The Lincoln Lawyer,” is branching out to the small screen with the creation of a TV arm. ABC and Hearst Entertainment vet Chad...
Lakeshore Entertainment, the shingle behind films including “Million Dollar Baby” and “The Lincoln Lawyer,” is branching out to the small screen with the creation of a TV arm. ABC and Hearst Entertainment vet Chad Hoffman will oversee the new division. Lakeshore has already placed a few flags in the television space, selling a Sebastian Maniscalco... Read more »
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Interview with Eric Roussin In this episode, Doc and I speak with Eric Roussin from Ottawa, Ontarrio, Canada. Eric has owned grippers for longer than most of us, but never got serious of developing his crushing Grip Strength or competi...
Interview with Eric Roussin In this episode, Doc and I speak with Eric Roussin from Ottawa, Ontarrio, Canada. Eric has owned grippers for longer than most of us, but never got serious of developing his crushing Grip Strength or competing in Grip Sport until just a few years ago. Since he was a teenager, Eric has been competing in Arm Wrestling, which anyone can tell you is a pretty good way to develop the lower arms and hands. In today’s interview, we talk about Eric’s athletic background, what made him transition to more of a Grip Sport emphasis in his training, and what he thinks are some of the methods that work out well for developing strong arm for the arm wrestling table, and a strong hand for the Grip Sport platform. Also, we discuss Eric’s excellent performance at the Holdfast Gauntlet, finishing 2nd in the overall and winning the Trap Bar Hold for Time. Download the show here. Upcoming Interview: Chad Netherland This week, I will be interviewing performing strongman and Master of Destruction, Chad Netherland at TheGripAuthority.comTheGripAuthority.com. I can’t wait to find out how someone who breaks baseball bats and keeps airplanes from leaving the runway trains. Here’s the episode of Stan Lee’s Superhumans that he was recently on. Do you have any questions you’d like to ask Chad? If so, leave them in the comments section, and I will do my best to work them in. If you’d like to hear this interview, join me at TheGripAuthority.com today, and let’s develop world class grip strength together. All the best in your training, Jedd Give a One-of-a-Kind Gift This Holiday Season. Check out Diesel Designs: Forged by Fire, Bent by Hand Items Bent by Jedd Johnson and Mike Rinderle Similar Posts: Grip Strength Radio: Bob Lipinski Grip Strength Radio – Bill Piche Part 1 Grip Strength Radio with Chad Woodall Huge News! Guest Blog Post – Eric Cressey – SWS – Real Activation
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The rotation of starting quarterbacks in Jacksonville will continue this week, as Chad Henne is expected to get the nod for Sunday's game against Denver with Blaine Gabbert battling a hamstring injury.
The rotation of starting quarterbacks in Jacksonville will continue this week, as Chad Henne is expected to get the nod for Sunday's game against Denver with Blaine Gabbert battling a hamstring injury.
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Normal 0 false false false EN-IN X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman","serif"; mso-ansi-language:EN-IN; mso-fareast-language:EN-IN;} Nearly a decade after his most influential days Antonioni spectacularly returned to form with possibly his last masterpiece, The Passenger. It contained all his distinctive thematic concerns and stylistic choices – urban alienation, deep existential crisis, a fatalistic sense of ennui, and leisurely pacing. In a symbolic expression of the protagonist’s barrenness and disenchantment, the story begins at a desert. David Locke (Jack Nicholson) is a successful TV-journalist, and is in Chad for a documentary on the country’s political rebels. However he’s so utterly bored with his life and job that, in a moment of sudden inspiration, he switches identity with a dead globe-trotting businessman he shares an eerie physical resemblance with. However, as it turns out, the man was an illegal arms dealer to the same rebels he’d been documenting. Meanwhile, while his separated wife (Jenny Runacre) starts joining pieces of his “death”, he embarks on a journey with an equally directionless architecture student (Maria Schneider) he meets in Spain, and that ends up adding what he’d been missing all along, viz. a sense of purpose, which makes his desire to hold on to his false identity that much stronger. But, getting lost, he realizes, isn’t that easy. Nicholson’s remarkably understated turn as the quintessential Antonioni protagonist, and the narrative arc his character undertakes, were reminiscent of his unforgettable turn in Five Easy Pieces. The film was a technical tour de force, and deceptively so. In one early scene, the present moves to flashbacks and back to present within a single take. And the bravura penultimate scene, comprising of an incredibly complex single-take dolly shot, needs to be seen to be believed.Director: Michelangelo AntonioniGenre: Drama/Psychological Drama/Existential Drama/Road MovieLanguage: English/SpanishCountry: Italy
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Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports TV Schedule: Sunday, Oct. 13, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS Stadium: Sports Authority Field at Mile High Weather: High 68, Low 40 Line: Denver (-26.5) The Jacksonville Jaguars are easily one of the worst teams in rece...
Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports TV Schedule: Sunday, Oct. 13, 4:05 p.m. ET, CBS Stadium: Sports Authority Field at Mile High Weather: High 68, Low 40 Line: Denver (-26.5) The Jacksonville Jaguars are easily one of the worst teams in recent memory and how could you not compare them to the 2008 Detroit Lions? A team that went winless at 0-16, the Lions actually have had a better offense that Jaguars. Without a true quarterback at the moment, the Jaguars should consider adding one in the 2014 NFL Draft as they will surely have one of the top picks. Chad Henne will take over at the moment for an injured Blaine Gabbert, but that doesn’t solve the Jaguars issues at the position. Cecil Shorts will surely help the pass game — if healthy — with his 31 catches for 411 yards and a touchdown on the season. Heading into the game against the Jaguars as quite possibly the biggest favorite to win a game in NFL history, the Denver Broncos should not overlook this game. If they can focus on the Jags and not future games, this contest could get very ugly pretty quickly. Peyton Manning has been the early-season MVP in the league thus far, passing for an incredible 1,884 yards and 20 touchdowns this season as opposed to just one interception through five games. He has gotten major help from the best receiving crew in football in Wes Welker, Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas and Eric Decker. If you have any of these guys on your fantasy team, you are a lucky owner. Demaryius has caught a team-best 34 passes for another team-best 450 yards and four touchdowns — unbelievable that all four targets have over 300 yards. Defensively, the Broncos have one of the worst passing defense in the league, but having the top rush defense almost makes up for it. Out-scoring teams is the Broncos thing and once they get all of their key defensive players back, this team will be even scarier. Jacksonville has the worst run defense in the league while having the 10th-best passing defense — almost the complete opposite of Denver. PREDICTION: Jaguars 10, Broncos 45 Related: Have Jacksonville Jaguars Seen Enough to Finally Sign Tim Tebow? Denver Broncos’ Champ Bailey is Key to a Deep Run Connor Muldowney is a columnist for RantSports.com. Follow him on Twitter @Connormuldowney, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google. You can also reach him at muldown5@gmail.com.
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The offseason is here and while the Hot Stove is still officially a few weeks away from firing up, we know Dayton Moore likes to move quickly. Let us refer to this article to examine Dayton's offseason plans. “We’re g...
The offseason is here and while the Hot Stove is still officially a few weeks away from firing up, we know Dayton Moore likes to move quickly. Let us refer to this article to examine Dayton's offseason plans. “We’re going to look internally first. Then we’re going to look for trades, and then we’ll focus on the free-agent market. We’re not an organization that is going to be excited to go real long term with older players.” My sense is that trades will be how Dayton will want to operate this winter. The club will not have a ton of room to operate financially unless David Glass significantly increases payroll. I get the sense that Dayton is shying away from free agency overall after being burned by Jose Guillen and to a lesser extent, Gil Meche. Plus free agents won't sign here unless we overpay! Keep repeating this until its true! So what kind of trades could Dayton pursue?The likeliest course, if Santana and/or Chen depart, would be to seek another trade for a bounce-back candidate, preferably one entering a contract year to avoid a long-term commitment. Jeff Zimmerman did a good job looking at our rotation prospects for next year. Dayton will probably want to add one more veteran pitcher in the middle of that rotation to keep the pitching from regressing too much. Let's take a look at some pitchers that could be traded as "bounce-back candidates" with a year or two left of control. Later, I wll take a look at second basemen and outfielders. LHP Brett Anderson, Oakland Athletics Anderson has an $8 million option Oakland will certainly decline, leaving him arbitration-eligible. The 25-year old Anderson has talent - he was the 7th best prospect in 2009, and has a 3.81 ERA in 84 Major League games pitched. But he has made just 43 starts the last four seasons, and was dreadful in 2013 with a 6.02 ERA in 16 games (5 starts). Anderson is a Tommy John surgery surivor, although that was back in 2011. His injuries this year were on his ankle. Anderson could be a decent buy-low candidate if the A's are willing to part with some of their depth. Anderson is not eligible for free agency until after 2015.RHP Chad Billingsley, Los Angeles Dodgers Billingsley has been discussed here before as he has been a very effective pitcher for the Dodgers. He has generally been between a 1.5 to 3.5 WAR pitcher when healthy, and is still under 30 years old. Billingsley is owed $12 million in 2014 with a $14 million club option and a $3 million buyout. However, he pitched just 12 innings this year before going under the knife for Tommy John surgery. He has targeted Opening Day 2014 as his return date. To make a trade happen, the Dodgers would almost certainly have to eat most of the money owed to Billingsley.RHP Tommy Hanson, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim The Angels seemingly got a steal of a deal when they acquired Hanson from the Braves for reliever Jordan Walden last winter. Sure, Hanson was coming off a 4.48 ERA season, but he had struck out 8 hitters per nine innings, and had three solid Major League seasons under his belt prior to that.Hanson turned out to be a disaster, posting a 5.42 ERA in thirteen starts, and missing time due to an injured tricep and ineffectiveness. Hanson has long battled injuries throughout his career, but has a ton of strikeouts. He may be a non-tender candidate, but as an ex-Brave, he might still be enticing enough to take a gamble on as a buy-low candidate.LHP J.A. Happ, Toronto Blue Jays Happ was a 4.2 WAR pitcher for the Phillies way back in 2009 before being dealt to Houston in the Roy Oswalt deal. He was pretty good in limited action in 2010 before being dreadful in 2011. He spent 2013 with the Blue Jays, putting up a 4.53 ERA in eighteen starts. He missed some time after being struck in the head with a line drive in May. Happ can still strike hitters out - he struck out a hitter per inning in 2012. His problem has been command. He has 4.0 walks per nine innings
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