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Who is Johnny Weir dating? Johnny Weir is currently single, according to our records. The American Figure Skater was born in Coatesville on July 2, 1984. Figure skater who starred in his own show called Be Good Johnny Weir. He also took home the bronze medal at the 2008 World Championships in the men’s singles competition. Relationship status Johnny Weir is a member of the following lists: American Roman Catholics, LGBT sportspeople from the United States and 1984 births. Contribute. Help us build our profile of Johnny Weir! Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get credit for your contributions. Johnny Weir and Husband Victor Voronov Flash Their Rings, Talk 2014 Olympics Interview with Johnny Weir and husband at 2012 GLAAD Media Awards. 2012-03-26T12:57:32.000Z Born on 2nd July 1984, Johnny Weir’s hometown is in Pennsylvania, USA. He was born to John and Patti Weir’s house. He is of Norwegian ethnicity and holds American citizenship. His zodiac sign is Cancer. He has a sibling brother named Brian Weir. Professional skater by profession, Johnny is also a TV star, hosting his show named Be Good ... Let's find out Johnny Weir's biography, sexuality, married life, divorce, relationship, awards, champions, awards, personal life, and more. Johnny Weir Early Life and Education. Johnny Garvin Weir was born on July 2, 1984, in Coatesville, Pennsylvania. He is a son of Pattie Wier and John Weir and brother of Brain Weir who is four years younger ... Johnny Weir’s Girlfriend. Johnny Weir is single. He is not dating anyone currently. Johnny had at least 2 relationship in the past. Johnny Weir has not been previously engaged. He was married to Victor Voronov for over two years before they separated in March 2014. According to our records, he has no children. Weir filed for divorce from Voronov, whom he married at the end of 2011 after just months of dating, in February while working as a commentator for NBC at the Sochi Olympics. Despite his bitter divorce from Olympic ice skater-turned-TV personality Johnny Weir, Victor Voronov is headed back down the aisle.. Voronov, 32, has fallen for 20-year-old Joti Polizoakis, an ice ... Weir was once married to one Victor Voronov but later divorced in 2015, citing domestic difficulties. Regarding sexuality, Weir is openly gay. Before Victor, Weir was having an affair with an American singer, Adam Lambart. Currently, Johnny is single. Two-time Olympian and NBC correspondent Johnny Weir, Sarah Wright Olsen (American Made, Marry Me), Will Kemp (Reign, Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce), Kaitlyn Leeb (Shadowhunters, Total Recall), Amanda Zhou (October Faction, IT:Chapter Two) and Mitchell Edwards (All American, The Fix) have joined the cast of Spinning Out, Netflix’s upcoming drama series set in the world of competitive figure ...

Viall Files Recap with Chrishell Stause

2020.09.16 21:43 hannahbachlyfe Viall Files Recap with Chrishell Stause

Updating as I listen
Colton and Cassie
N: I only wanna mention that it’s been quite troubling seeing some of the reactions and some of the information thats been put out there from Colton’s side. Listen what I know is that these allegations are serious from what I understand from talking to very reliable sources they are very real. The stuff thats coming from a “source” close to Colton usually when its source its 99% that person or their mom. What I find troubling about some of these responses it what they seem to be weird justifications and not denials. It’s almost as if information being leaked suggests that Cassie has alternative motives that she was doing things to deserve it its troubling. Ill say this about Cassie, I’ve interacted with her a few times, any idea that she likes attention and she goes and does things for attention is simply not true. You don’t even have to take my word for it what has Cassie done in the past year that would show she’s attention seeking? She’s very under the radar she’s very low-key and private. She could be doing a ton more interviews and podcasts she just hasn’t done that. Even issuing the restraining order it was done on a Friday, if you have any news you know is going to be big and don’t want attention on it you do that on a Friday. What I know from very reliable sources is that this was the last resort its a very real thing, its very sad and its something that she was left with no other choice. This information about this reality tv show and that somehow it was her and her families project and Colton kind of reluctantly went along with it and removed himself is literally the opposite. The information reported is a lie and untrue. I say this with a lot of confidence coming from someone involved, it was a project that was presented to Cassie BY Colton, from a company that Colton loves working with and made the introduction to Cassie. When some of these disturbing and unforgivable acts happened she was the one who removed herself from this project not Colton. Not that any of that matters or are justifications for these things but these are serious. Any talk about Cassie doing this for attention is just wrong, I’ve seen those comments out there and I think its important people understand that about Cassie. This is a very unfortunate situation and I hope things get resolved.
Pros and Cons of doing DWTS during Covid : Chrishell says its less nerve racking to not have a live audience watching, but the bad thing is they have to social distance and can’t get close to other contestants. They want to get to know each other and chat but it makes it hard. Nick says he loved his experience during DWTS and he would go back, he wishes he had relaxed more and had fun because the live audience gave him a lot of anxiety.
-Nick wants to know about if Chrishell has interacted with Carole and what was she like. Chrishell says when she met her “she had this whole blown outfit on that was amazing. I was like Carole nice to meet you, can i get a picture with you? She was a little awkward but it might have been cause of Covid and her not wanting me to get too close to her.” Nick asks if she gave her a wink or some pointers about ex husbands. Chrishell says she should’ve asked her for some tips.
-Nick asks if she’s been starstruck by anyone, Chrishell says Nelly but she hasn’t had the chance to meet him yet.
N: How do you feel like you’re going to do?
C:The other day something clicked in my brain, okay at least I know what I’m doing as far as like the beginning from the routine to the end. Now I am excited I have a lot of things to clean up but I don know if thats going to translate to Im going to do well, well see how well I pick this up. But when I see people like Johnny Weir I don’t see how its even possible to beat someone like that?
N: Other than dancing whats your story, or is it the looking for love its been a tough year?
C: I think we’re definitely going to, Im excited to honor my mom and I know were doing that to some capacity. I know in saying yes to this its something she 100% would’ve wanted me to do. As far as my story there are certain things that I told them I’m open to talk about, I think they weigh it to see how long you’re there. I have been pretty open with the fact that I do come from a rough background and we were homeless just because it can help other people see I wasn’t born into the life i live now.
-Nick says they should’ve met before because he was supposed to be cast as the guy who was going to kill Chrishell in her movie Stage Killer but he ended up turning it down. They told Nick Chrishell was going to be his costar and he said oh I know her, we could’ve been best friends right now. Nick goes on to make a joke that “Maybe if we did that movie I would’ve been the reason your marriage ended and not the other way around”
Selling Sunset
N: How’d you get into real estate?
C: i got into real estate because I got written of days of our lives. The first time a show i was on got cancelled it was All My Children, then I got into Days of our Lives and I lost that too so I was like I’m tired of this I don’t like not being in charge of what I do so I went and got my real estate license and as soon as i started doing really well in real estate and we started Selling Sunset, Days of our Lives wrote me back into the show so i went from 0 to everything all at once
N: How did Selling Sunset happen?
C: They pitched it to Bravo first and then they pitched it to Netflix way before I was even there. Adam Divello who did The Hills approached me about joining this new real estate company. I did my research on Adam and so it was exciting because I had nothing to lose. Little did I know what I was actually signing up for at the time, it was like I had no personal drama, I got along with everybody, I sell you houses every once in a while sure I’ll do a tv show what will go wrong.
N: I don’t think anythings gone wrong
C: I never imagined we would be where we are now but I am grateful for everything it brought me
N: Chrissy Teigen has recently made some comments about Selling Sunset and it’s authenticity, do you have any comments on that?
C: Yeah I mean I have three listings right now and unless she is coming to my listings, you can look it up I have a license number you can see what my listings are. I’m not out here with 50 listings but I have 3.
N: my favourite part was in season two when one of the agents is on a fake business phone call, those are always my favourite when they’re like pretend to be talking to someone you don’t have to comment Chrishell. You mentioned how you get along with everyone and I noticed watching you seem to get along with everyone the most. Where some of your costars seem to be thriving the element but you’re nicer.
C: I try i have worked with some real divas but I’ve never had an issue with someone where I couldn’t work with them, this show has been different
N: Who’s the biggest diva
C: I mean it’s no secret if you watch the show, some of the antics off camera are worse than what you see on camera. Some don’t make the cut and two you interact with these people before you’re mic-ed up and a lot goes on behind the scenes.
N: Do you have any BTS for us?
C: There have been many meltdowns, we were shooting an office scene one day and all of the sudden I go to change into the clothes for shooting and all the sudden my clothes are completely gone. Mysteriously all my clothes go missing and I don’t have anything to wear for the next thing and so it’s like stuff like that you’ll never see on camera, you can’t prove it.
N: Do you think it was production or your cast mates?
C: Knowing what happened the day before I definitely think it was a cast mate. If you watch the show you could make a very educated guess.
N: You’re the most relevant from all the cast mates, everyone wants to talk to you. Do you think that pisses off the rest of your cast mates?
C: Not all of them, some of them are super lovely and supportive I would say majority of them are. But yes it does tend to get really under the skin of one particular person. I just can’t wait for everyone to be living their best lives so they stop worrying about petty stuff.
Chrishell’s divorce
N: You’ve obviously been in the news a lot recently because of your recent split. We talk a lot about relationships on this podcast and while we don’t need to get a lot into the past, you have been vocal on the show about how you heard and things like that. What I am most interested in is what is your perspective on your dating life now? What have you learned about yourself in relationships, how are you approaching life moving forward?
C: What a loaded question, I wish I had all these answers. I will say if I’ve learned anything it’s that going into any future relationships I just wanna.. You know in relationships you try and morph and fit to be the person for them and I think that can go bad if you go too far one way. I just want to find a healthy balance where it’s an equal partnership and two people are both happy. I just want a guy that is loyal and recycles, the bar is low.
N: Did Justin not recycle? This will be the new headline. Anything else that you learned from the past?
C: i don’t have it figured out I haven’t been lucky in love, I’m hoping that will happen for me. Me trying to give relationship advice would be like me trying to sell tank tops to eskimos at this point I don’t know what I’m doing.
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2020.06.10 23:12 gauthiertravis Current and upcoming appointments to Lafayette City and Parish Boards and Commissions.

Via Councilwoman Liz Webb Hebert
Here is a complete list of current and upcoming appointments to be made by appointing authorities that they track (including appointment date, term duration, current appointee and any special requirements).
The appointments to be made by Council(s), as a whole, will be announced at the July 7, 2020 Council Meetings with appointments scheduled to be voted upon at the August 4, 2020 Council Meetings. The resume submission deadline for these appointments shall be noon, July 21, 2020. Resumes may be submitted now (citizens do not need to wait until after they are publicized) , but all resumes for consideration must be received prior to noon, July 21, 2020. If you have any questions related to these appointments, and/or any other board/commission inquiries, please let me know.
Resumes may be hand delivered to the Council Office or emailed to [email protected] or mailed to the Council Office, P.O. Box 4017-C, Lafayette, LA 70502.
Lafayette City Council, as a whole Heymann Performing Arts – 08/01/2020 (4-years) – Vacant Heymann Performing Arts – 08/01/2020 (4-years) – Barbara Landor (MINORITY REQUIREMENT) People’s Safety Initiative – 08/01/2020 (1-year) – Vacant (DIETITIAN) People’s Safety Initiative – 08/01/2020 (2-year) – Vacant (MEDICAL DOCTOR) People’s Safety Initiative – 08/01/2020 (3-year) – Vacant (MENTAL HEALTH THERAPIST) People’s Safety Initiative – 08/01/2020 (4-year) – Vacant (COMMUNITY ORGANIZER) Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2019 (4-years) – Vacant (BLACK CITIZEN) Bayou Vermilion District – 10-01-2020 (4-year) – Catherine Comeaux Lafayette Science Museum Advisory Board – 02-01-2019 (4-years) - Vacant Lafayette Science Museum Advisory Board – 02-01-2020 (4-years) – Charles Bordelon Lafayette Science Museum Advisory Board – 09-01-2020 (4-years) – Cynthia Dauphin (not eligible) Lafayette Science Museum Advisory Board – 12-01-2020 (4-years) – Jeremy Swiney Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 01-01-2020 (4-years) – Shelton Cobb Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 01-01-2020 (4-years) – Mitzi Duhon Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 01-01-2020 (4-years) – John Petersen Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 08-01-2020 (4-years) – Vacant Waterworks District North – 06-01-2020 (5-years) – Bradley Racca (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Transportation Policy Committee / MPO – 05-19-2020 (indef) – Vacant Waterworks District South – 08-01-2020 (3-years) – Vacant (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Cajundome Commission – 09-01-2020 (4-years) – George Favaloro Downtown Development Authority – 03-01-2020 (3-years) – Gus Gezende (CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LIST) Board of Zoning Adjustment ALTERNATE – 02-01-2020 (3-years) – Brandon Bradley Board of Zoning Adjustment – 07-01-2020 (5-years) – Erica Williams (MINORITY REQUIREMENT) Keep Lafayette Beautiful – 08-01-2020 (2-years) – Vacant Keep Lafayette Beautiful – 12-01-2020 (2-years) – Denise Lanclos Lafayette Public Trust Financing Authority – 09-01-2020 (5-years) – Steven Sonnier Lafayette Airport Commission – 11-01-2020 (4-years) – Paul Guilbeau (not eligible)
Lafayette Parish Council, as a whole Heymann Performing Arts – 12/01/2016+ (4-years) – Vacant Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission – 01/01/2020 (4-years) – Susannah Malbreaux Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission – 01/01/2020 (4-years) – Summer Hvasta (HOTEL/MOTEL LIST) Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission – 01/01/2020 (4-years) – Charles Schilling (RETAIL ASSOCIATION LIST) Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2019 (4-years) – Vacant Library Board of Control – 01/01/2020 (5-years) – Rebekke Miller Library Board of Control – 09/01/2020 (5-years) – Nora Stelly Library Board of Control – 10/01/2020 (5-years) – Andrew Duhon Library Board of Control – 12/01/2020 (5-years) – Yung-Hsing Wu (not eligible) Awareness Committee on Citizens w/Disabilities – 11-01-2020 – David Koury (DISABILITY LIFE EXPERIENCE) Waterworks District North – 12-01-2020 (5-years) – Harold Hebert (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Waterworks District North – 12-01-2020 (5-years) – Robert Marceaux (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Waterworks District South – 08-01-2020 (1-year) – Vacant (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Waterworks District South – 08-01-2020 (2-years) – Vacant (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Waterworks District South – 11-01-2020 (5-yearS) – Fred Arsement (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Waterworks District South – 11-01-2020 (5-years) – Dave Young (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Teche-Vermilion Freshwater District – 08-01-2020 (2-years) – Edward Sonnier Industrial Development Board – 02-01-2020 (6-years) – Elisa Davis Industrial Development Board – 02-01-2020 (6-years) – Roya Sadreddini Animal Care Center Advisory Board – 08-01-2020 (4-years) – Kelly Stonicher Civil Service Board – 02-01-2020 (4-years) – James Ziler (LSU LIST) Keep Lafayette Beautiful – 12-01-2020 (2-years) – Katy Dupre Keep Lafayette Beautiful – 03-01-2020 (2-years) – Alzina Dural (not eligible)
Joint Lafayette City Council & Lafayette Parish Council, as a whole
Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board – 08/01/2020+ (4-years) – Vacant
Lafayette Mayor-President Recreation Advisory Commission - 11/01/2018 (4-years) – Joseph Tidwell Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 07/01/2020 (4-years) – Gallien McCullan Heymann Performing Arts – 12/01/2016+ (4-years) – Vacant Lafayette Convention & Visitors Commission – 01/01/2020 (4-years) – Matt Roth Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2020 (4-years) – Willie Arceneaux – Chamber of Commerce List Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2018 (4-years) – Vacant – Acadiana General Labor Council List Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2020 (4-years) – Mike Guidroz Bayou Vermilion District – 10-01-2020 (4-year) – Benjamin Richard Lafayette Science Museum Advisory Board – 02-01-2019 (4-years) – Vacant Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 09-01-2019 (4-years) – Kevin Blanchard Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 09-01-2019 (4-years) – Skyra Rideaux (not eligible) Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 01-01-2020 (4-years) – Tina Bingham Lafayette Preservation Commission – 09-01-2020 (4-years) – Mary Ancelet (UNINCORPORATED) Keep Lafayette Beautiful – any (2-years) – Vacant Lafayette Airport Commission – 07-02-2020 (4-years) – Paul Segura (not eligible)
City District 1 Lafayette North Redevelopment Authority – 10-01-2018 (5-years) – Lloyd Rochon
City District 2 Recreation Advisory Commission - 08/01/2020 (4-years) – Michael Helms Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 09/01/2020 (4-years) – David Weir
City District 3 No Vacant Direct Appointments
City District 4 Recreation Advisory Commission - 03/01/2020 (4-years) – Judy Placer Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 05/01/2020 (4-years) – Bobby Richard
City District 5 No Vacant Direct Appointments
Parish District 1 Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 07/01/2019 (4-years) - Vacant
Parish District 2 Recreation Advisory Commission - 11/01/2020 (4-years) – Brach Myers Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 08/01/2020 (4-years) - Vacant
Parish District 3 Recreation Advisory Commission - 11/01/2016+ (4-years) – Vacant Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 08/01/2018 (4-years) - Vacant
Parish District 4 Recreation Advisory Commission - 11/01/2018 (4-years) – Brian McCarley Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 08/01/2019 (4-years) - Vacant
Parish District 5 Recreation Advisory Commission - 11/01/2020 (4-years) – Johnnie Stinson (not eligible) Advisory Commission on Crime Prevention – 06/01/2017 (4-years) – Vacant
Area Mayors Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2020 (4-years) – Willie Arceneaux – Farm Bureau List Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2020 (4-years) – James Plumley (not eligible) Lafayette Airport Commission – 08-06-2020 (4-years) – John Hebert
ULL President Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2018 (4-years) – Ramesh Kolluru Lafayette Economic Development Authority – 09/01/2018 (4-years) – Jerry LeBlanc (not eligible) Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – 01-01-2020 (4-years) – Gretchen Vanicor
SMILE Evangeline Thruway Redevelopment Team – (4-years) – Vacant
Fire Department Fire & Police Civil Service Board – 07-26-2020 (3-years) – Micky Broussard
Police Department Fire & Police Civil Service Board – 07-26-2020 (3-years) – Paul Mouton
Scott City Council Waterworks District North – 12-01-2020 (5-years) – Kenny Suire (DISTRICT RESIDENT) Waterworks District South – 08-01-2020 (4-years) – Vacant (DISTRICT RESIDENT)
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2020.04.06 17:07 DeadCoMule Post-Jerry Post #1: The Dead, 7/27/04, DTE Energy Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI

Howdy. This is the first of the weekly reviews i’ll be doing of shows from post-Jerry projects. I’m starting things off with an absolute whopper from Pine Knob! With a lineup of Weir, Lesh, Kreutzmann, Hart, Haynes, Herring, and Chimenti, this was the 4th show of the east coast leg of summer tour. Set 1: Playing In The Band > 8 Miles High > Sitting on Top of the World, Broken Arrow, Ramble On Rose, Built To Last, Althea, Like a Rolling Stone > Foolish Heart, Aiko Aiko. Set 2: Peggy-O > Friend of the Devil, Tons of Steel > Pride of Cucamonga, Estimated Prophet > Drums > Space > Days Between > Throwing Stones > Not Fade Away. E: Johnny B. Goode.
This opening trio of Playin’ > 8 Miles > Sittin’ is absolutely blistering. Playin’ is very much in the spirit of the ‘72-‘74, in that the first minutes of the jam are melodic, and then it just gradually sinks into soupy, drippy, trippy psychedelia with the guitarists (especially Herring) melting things right down, Lesh dropping the explosives, and the drummers wilding out while Chimenti pulls the strings. It segues into a ripping 8 Miles High(!) the vocal harmonization is on point and the jamming is badass, controlled chaos. This one will leave you grinning ear-to-ear! Kreutzmann is on fire. They settle into a floaty little passage that drops into a very speedy Sitting on Top of the World. Jimmy, Warren and Jeff take this throwback and shred their solos to ribbons, and we FINALLY get a breather. Bob dedicates the rest of the set to “all ya’ll up there in the rain and mud” before Phil sings an impassioned Broken Arrow. “Ramble” and “Built” are good, but Althea and Like A Rolling Stone are great! Althea has a beefy closing jam and Rolling Stone is clinically performed, with an almost China Cat-like jam bringing it into a nice “Foolish”. I believe Mickey sings Aiko, which is a fitting closer to an 80-minute first set. The first half of the second set is the highlight for me: Weir straps on the acoustic for a devastatingly sad, intricate, gentle Peggy-O, with a beautifully subtle, delicate, surprising transition into Friend of the Devil that totally charms the fans. The mood swaps with an enthusiastic “Tons” that would’ve left Brent proud. Phil is thumping! Then comes my favorite performance of the show, which, of all things, is Pride of Cucamonga! The blues jam in the middle is absolutely FILTHY. It just gets meaner and meaner, and works into this frenzied crescendo with the crowd losing its mind, and then with a single crisp downbeat of Billy’s snare drum, it drops right back into the song’s friendly country twang. Jaw-dropping magic! A soaring “Estimated” is followed by an oozy jam that Jeff prolongs with the drummers, who do their thing before Space. The rest of the set admittedly isn’t as baffling. The “Days” just moves at one speed and volume, and doesn’t have the dynamic changes or haunting chill that Jerry got out of it so often. The “Throwin’”, “NFA” and “Johnny” are all professionally done. It’s not that they phoned it in for these last few songs, it’s just that they weren’t as ridiculous as the first 3/4 of the show. All in all, a wonderful show with a mixed bag Of a setlist at a storied venue. Great crowd participation in what I’m sure was a good time for all. Highlights: Playin > 8 Miles > Sittin’, Althea, Rolling Stone, Peggy-O > Friend, and Pride. Bless the tapers, both recordings are sweet! Link below. Thanks for reading, hope you give the show a spin. Until next week!
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2020.02.09 05:22 TheGinger3 Guesses for Group A and Personal Opinion

Here's my giant list for my guesses for this group: (Spoiler alert! Here's my warning now btw)
Because I love doing this, here's my mega list. My family goes nuts over this show, and we all have themed notebooks (I have a T-Rex notebook!) These clues come from my own research and also this sub and Joey Contino (love that guy!).
Jordin Sparks! I'm not as confident in this guess, but I do believe it is Jordin Sparks. She was on American Idol, obviously, but after the competition, she was known really just for dating Jason DeRulo (and subsequently breaking up with him). In February of 2018 she lost 4 people (stepsister, cousin, and two friends). I don't know much about the relationship with Jason, but my mom says he was a jerkface to heabout heetc, and I saw a quick news article saying she dipped out of a conversation with a reporter real quick when they brought up Jason. She also is currently with a guy named Dana and was pregnant within a month of being married. So now has a 1 year old son named Dana Jr (called DJ per someone else on here). Her father played in the NFL for 9 years and her brother plays football as well. She also "beat the beatboxer" according to one headline, so maybe they're blending sports to throw us off track? She played basketball and softball growing up as well.
Miss Monster:
Chaka Khan! Joey pointed out the key with the "Fun" on it pointed to "funky" which is quite fun. Anyways, Chaka is quite the queen (chess piece). The number 10 could reference her 10 Grammys. She is known for her hair (furspray), and makeup (lipstick mic, etc). Oftentimes when the mask references well known songs/artists, it's not them. I heard "You Made me Feel", Celine Dion (titanic), Monster Hits (Dionne Warwick? Trusting Nicole so maybe not a great idea).
Jesse McCartney. Part of Dream Street (surrounded by newcomers, but they fizzled out), but also as Joey pointed out, the phrase on the chalkboard "Don't Rave Ever At My School - Turtle" spells out "DREAM ST" as an acronym. Since Jesse was a Disney kid, he always had to be the "good kid" as per usual with Disney kids. The surf board is a reference to his Teen Choice Awards, and the references to the burgers could be for Burger Records. The references to pirates/booty could be his character on Fear the Walking Dead as a pirate, or as his role in Tinkerbell and Treasure Island or something like that. The gold medal is referencing his gold record. Ginger Snaps on the menu could be for his mother (and manager?) Ginger,
White Tiger:
Rob Gronkowski. This one is so obvious and I am so so excited for it! Gronk is just hilarious and wonderful. So to start, is Gronkowski is 6'6" and the height works compared to Nick. The poster with Abe Lincoln, George Washington, and Benjamin Franklin could be considered Patriots of our country (the football team, obviously). The "four score and seven years" is 87 years, which is his jersey number, and also coincidentally he played in 4 Super Bowls in his 7 year NFL career (technically 5, but was injured in one). There was a reference to 51 Clam Shucking (New England Clams), and also played in Super Bowl 51. The try outs was on 5/3, and Gronk played in SB 53 as well. The taking to the mat, he has a lot of wrestling buddies and has wrestled in a ring or something. The dancing is just soooo Gronk, that I can't even. Joey pointed out the skiing cow photo is "Cow Ski" which gron-Cow-Ski.... Other quick clues is "block" party, and "let's party" since Gronk is known for partying.
Personal Opinion This Season
So my personal opinion this season is that it's different, but great. I am more than fine with having half of the people being "fun" and the other half being good singers. And for the voting aspect, keep in mind the audience only sees the person once. So, even if they have been the absolute best the entire season, but have one lower energy performance *cough cough Rottweiler cough cough*, they could go home because the audience hasn't developed the love for them. The other part is that it is not a straight singing competition. They ask the audience to vote for their favorite, not who was the best. So you will have some people voting for the best singer, because to them that is their favorite. And you will have others voting for the most exciting and best performer. And what ends up happening is that the middle of the road will go home. The ones who are the best singers and the best performers will stay in longer than the middle of the road people. It's why the White Tiger is and will stay in longer than he should just due to his singing ability. I've said it in other comments, but the producers made a serious point to say that Victor Oladipo (and Ninja) was a huge hit and that they are going to widen the celebrity pool that they pull from. Masked Singer has never really been a true singing competition (Unicorn beat Monster remember and how far did LaToya get?). So you pit White Tiger who makes everyone laugh and is just super energetic, against anyone else, and you'll get plenty of people voting for him. I would in a HEART BEAT. So now the audience members who vote based on entertainment will vote for him, and those who do best singer will likely go Kangaroo and/or Turtle. I am more than fine with having fun people like Gronkowski and couldn't care less if they can't sing well at all. They're fun and bring in so many new people. My aunt is a huge sports nut and loved Oladipo and loves Gronkwoski, and most of us had no clue who Ninja was, but my 16-18 year old cousins flipped out of their minds when Ninja was revealed. But of course, they had no clue who Johnny Weir was. I love the mix and love that so far the people and my guesses are people that are well known to a vast majority of people. Even if you don't listen to rap, a large number of people know of Lil Wayne. Even my mother knew Lil Wayne and knew his face and not just when they said the name. Same with all the other guesses.
Anyways that's my rant, thanks for listening!
TL;DR: Kangaroo - Jordin Sparks, Miss Monster - Chaka Khan, White Tiger - Gronkowski, Turtle - Jesse McCartney, and I like that they aren't all good singers because we get far more fun people.
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2019.06.19 05:41 TxcMasculinityOnSk8s A Note to the Young Men of Figure Skating and Those Who Care About Them

After a few months of following this forum, I am seeing a recurring trend where conversations start innocently enough discussing the disparity in numbers of women to men (girls vs. boys) in this sport. But, after a couple of posts the inevitable happens, and the conversation evolves into a long dialogue about how a boy’s decision to enter the sport has had social and emotional consequences at school, with friends, etc. These posts are typically posted by a mother and have an air of feminine nurture to them as they struggle with how to be encouraging while attempting the soften the social implications of participating in ‘a girl’s sport’. (Nothing against mothers here, I love you ladies. It's just what I have observed.)
I would like to discuss this from a different perspective; that of an adult male who found himself in love with a sport that was completely out of whack with his lifestyle. A lifestyle that would suggest a body chemistry consisting of an unhealthy elixir of adrenaline, testosterone, caffeine, creatine, and Taco Bell.
To put it into perspective, here is where I am coming from. I began skating after taking my God-kids to the rink around Christmas time. Why did I take them to the ice rink? Was it because I thought it would be a fun holiday activity, nope. Was it because I wanted to open their young minds to a new physical activity they might enjoy, nope. Was it because I wanted them to experience the grace and artistry that ice skating had to offer, oh hell no. It was because I had a date in three weeks at an ice rink, and I didn’t want to look like an ass if she could skate. (If you’re wondering how the date went, I’m still active over at datingoverthirty. You do the math…)
That is just the beginning of the story that lead me to take the online personae of ToxicMasculinityOnSkates. Prior to stepping on the ice, I developed a very successful (and fulfilling) career that includes kicking in doors with a rifle; getting in fights with pedophiles, drug traffickers, human traffickers and an assortment of other undesireables with whom the legal system has a bone to pick; and, I may have chased one or two through a subway tunnel. After all of that is done, I get to publicly argue with their attorneys. It gets better. Before I realized I had to grow up and get a big-boy career and obligations (to be honest it more or less happened to me as opposed to being a conscious decision), I played high school football, trained mixed martial arts, lifted weights, rode four-wheelers on terrain that nobody had any business messing with, and drove my muscle car in a way that would make the State Patrol salivate. I still do most of this; I’m now a little old for high school football. Not exactly the image of the feminine man figure skater.
I can already hear you saying ‘get to the point, dude.’ Ok, you probably didn’t say ‘dude’. So, here it is. I think there are a couple of approaches that will help the young men of figure skating balance their young social interactions, emotional development, and choice to engage in a sport for which, in my opinion, has not been well-managed to the benefit of its male participants.

1.) The young men of figure skating need to learn to compartmentalize.
When you are on the ice, be on the ice 100%. Leave it all out there, and be the absolute best skater you can be. When you are off the ice, leave it there. I recently read one well-meaning mother’s post about how her son after becoming engaged in the sport started preferring to engage in female play during recess. This had negative social repercussions with his male friends/classmates. This was bound to happen. It’s the result of thousands of years of social evolution. All the ranting and activism in the world is not going to change it. The entire situation could have been avoided had this young man been taught to compartmentalize his training time and his school/recreation time.
Do not confuse compartmentalization with shame. I’m sure you figured out from my previous ranting that I am a cop. While figure skating is a female-dominated sport, law enforcement is a male-dominated profession. And, WE ARE BRUTAL WITH EACH OTHER. The only people who haze each other more than cops and firefighters are members of the military. This is not a social issue, it’s what we do and we enjoy it. Keeping this in mind, I don’t bring my skating lifestyle to the department. I’m not ashamed of it, but I don’t advertise it either. If I don’t want my head photoshopped onto Michelle Kwan’s body, I take away the stimulus that would precipitate the action. Ie: an once of prevention is worth a kilo of cure. (I threw some metric in there for my non-United States readers, you’re welcome.)
We need to teach our young men to adapt their social interactions to the situation and circumstances they are in. Ice time is ice time, school time is school time, and recess/gym time is recess/gym time. I am not advocating grooming your child into someone they are not, but a little bit of parental guidance in contrast to the laissez faire approach may help avoid a lot of issues, drama, and hurt feelings that drive young men out of this sport.

2.) Figure skating is a sport and an artform. It is not a statement of sexuality, gender-identity, or lifestyle choice. Our young men need to understand this.
Before deciding to train as a figure skater, I had never seen anything as over-sexualized as this sport. To be frank, it’s absurd and our young skaters deserve better. Much better. What I haven’t divulged yet is, this isn’t be my first foray into the world of ice sports. I tried it in high school going all the through the ISI-equivalent of Learn-To-Skate. I was ready to begin figure skating training when my cheap skates broke down and I couldn’t afford ‘good’ ones. (This is an entirely different discussion for a different post.) Before this happened, I met with who I thought was going to be my coach. His chief concern was not my three turns, cross-overs, or developing a waltz jump. It was whether I would be comfortable being in the presence of gay men, because, to quote him, “a lot of the men in this sport are gay.” Twenty years later, I have met many of the men in this sport. My observation is that my never-to-be coach was full of male cattle excrement, an intentional word choice that could be easily distilled down to two syllables. But, I don’t think the moderators would appreciate it. I digress. While I regret not being able spend the previous twenty years developing into a great (or to be realistic marginally-good to slightly above average on a good day) figure skater; I feel I dodged a bullet with that guy. It makes me wonder though, what kind of message is being sent to our young male skaters if we have coaches leading their potential training relationship with issues surrounding sexuality instead of sport? And, how did we let it get to this point?
I have always thought ballroom dancing was cool. (This will be relevant, stick with me.) About ten years ago I had a conversation with an gentlemen who was an excellent ballroom dancer, and he gave me some insight into his sport/artform. He told me that as the male partner in his ‘team’ he had two (2) jobs.
1.) Make his lady look beautiful.
2.) Lead the dance so his lady, who had a more-difficult task both mentally and physically, didn’t have to think about as much while she was making them both look good.
That sentiment really rang home with me, and I apply the same logic to my skating with my pairs partner today. (To be fair she is beautiful, I am ugly. So, it kind of has to work that way.) I cannot think of much that is more masculine than selling the beauty of a woman while taking responsibility for the presentation.
I see a lot of similarities between ballroom dancing and figure skating. And, the point I am trying to make is that while the sport has taken on a feminine overtone, there is more than enough of an opportunity for a young male skater’s masculine qualities to be on display in all disciplines; singles, pairs, and dance. For every Johnny Weir and Adam Rippon (skaters with an arguably feminine presentation), there is an Elvis Stojko and Nathan Chen (skaters with a contrasting masculine presentation).
We need to make our young male skaters comfortable with their masculinity within our sport. Women outnumber men significantly in gymnastics as well, they don’t have this problem. What can we learn from them?
Figure skating media, are you listening @NBC & @USFSA?, also needs to do a better job highlighting this aspect of the sport if they want it to grow. Brining male viewership and participants to the sport will be the quickest way to expand its popularity as well as corresponding ad & merchandising revenues. If you guys want the hey-day of the 90s back, I just gave you the formula. Once again, you’re welcome.

3.) The young men of this sport need to understand that they have an important mission and obligation to the young women of this sport.
In my opinion, one of the best modern writings on what it means to be a man was published by John Eldredge in 2001. Bottom line, if you have a son, you need to read Wild at Heart. In the book, he identifies the three burning desires of a man’s heart and the key elements in life that a man needs to find purpose. In short those elements are (1) A Battle to Fight, (2) An Adventure to Live, and (3) A Beauty to Rescue. Today’s young men of figure skating have all three falling directly into their laps.
Your skating sons are fighting a battle for their sport every time they step out onto the ice. While brand mismanagement, media slant, and miserably sexualized overtones plague our sport, the men of figure skating have a fight on their hands (regardless of presentation, masculine or feminine) to refocus the sport to the incredible feats of athleticism and artistry that are required to entertain our audiences.
Acknowledgement of the athletic and artistic talents that are necessary to be successful in this sport highlights the second element. Figure skating is an adventure. The process of learning and succeeding a new element, dance, etc. is exhilarating. When I can improve just one part of something I am struggling with, it sets the tone for my entire day. And, it doesn’t come easy. I cannot think of a better example of adventure than the discomfort of struggle with the excitement of success.
All of this leads to my last conclusion. The young men of figure skating have an obligation to their skating sisters. They are our beauty to rescue. I love my practice time, but it is slightly heartbreaking to see many young lady skaters practicing solo dance because there are not enough of us men to properly partner with them. Many of these ladies desire skating partners, but there just aren’t enough of us to go around evidenced by the 20-40/1 male to female ratio present at many ice events. Imagine how we could fill this need if we made an effort to make skating socially and emotionally safer for the more-masculine of our community? Just like my elderly ballroom dancing friend from above told me, it is our responsibility to make our ladies look and feel beautiful. By not providing a mechanism to encourage more men into the sport, we are failing them. This is a shame. Because, I am convinced that figure skating ladies are some of the most-beautiful on the planet; an opportunity that too many young men are missing out on as well.
Admittedly, this is a very long rant. It is intended to stimulate conversation about the issue and hopefully come up with some viable solutions. I hope it finds some level of usefulness to the young men of skating, their parents & loved ones, and the sport in general.
Please be constructive in your criticism, suggestions, and thoughts. Also, please respect one another as we attempt to discuss ways to better things and make the sport more-attractive to young men.
Admittedly I didn’t proofread this. So, there are bound to be a couple errors. I thought about rereading it and fixing them all, but I have to be up at 5:00 am to practice, and it’s 11:30 at night.
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2019.05.28 16:14 tombstoneshadows28 The complete daily schedule for Turner Classic Movies (U.S., E.S.T.) for the month of June, 2019

Saturday, June 01, 2019
(12:15 AM) Day For Night (1973/116m/François Truffaut)
(2:30 AM) Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974/93m/John Hough)
(4:15 AM) Outlaw Blues (1977/100m/Richard Heffron)
(6:00 AM) Small Town Girl (1936/106m/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: A Rainy Day (1940/7m/Hugh Harman)
(8:09 AM) Let's Dance (1936/8m/David Miller)
(8:18 AM) Glimpses of Australia (1939/9m/?)
(8:28 AM) Stage to Chino (1940/59m/Edward Killy)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Wave Length for Doom (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Protek the Weakerist (1937/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon Out West (1944/64m/William Clemens)
(11:30 AM) Men of the Sky (1942/20m/B. Reeves Eason)
(12:00 PM) Tulsa (1949/88m/Stuart Heisler)
(1:45 PM) Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956/113m/Robert Wise)
(3:45 PM) The Misfits (1961/125m/John Huston)
(6:00 PM) The Gumball Rally (1976/105m/Chuck Bail)
(8:00 PM) West Side Story (1961/154m/Robert Wise)
(10:45 PM) Violent Playground (1958/106m/Basil Dearden)
Sunday, June 02, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Asphalt Jungle (1950/112m/John Huston)
(2:00 AM) Vanishing Point (1971/99m/Richard C. Sarafian)
(4:00 AM) Three (1969/105m/John J. Sughrue)
(6:00 AM) The Young in Heart (1938/91m/Richard Wallace)
(7:45 AM) Madame Curie (1943/124m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:00 AM) The Asphalt Jungle (1950/112m/John Huston)
(12:00 PM) Love Affair (1939/88m/Leo McCarey)
(1:45 PM) Now, Voyager (1942/117m/Irving Rapper)
(4:00 PM) Rhapsody (1954/116m/Charles Vidor)
(6:00 PM) Light In The Piazza (1962/101m/Guy Green)
(8:00 PM) That Night in Rio (1941/91m/Irving Cummings)
(10:00 PM) You Can't Have Everything (1937/100m/Norman Taurog)
(12:00 AM) The Better 'Ole (1926/95m/Charles Reisner)
(2:00 AM) The Cars That Ate Paris (1974/88m/Peter Weir)
(3:45 AM) The Plumber (1979/78m/Peter Weir)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
Monday, June 03, 2019
(6:00 AM) Repent at Leisure (1941/66m/Frank Woodruff)
(7:15 AM) Housewife (1934/69m/Alfred E. Green)
(8:30 AM) Let's Try Again (1934/67m/Worthington Miner)
(9:45 AM) Their Own Desire (1929/65m/E. Mason Hopper)
(11:00 AM) Age of Indiscretion (1935/78m/Edward Ludwig)
(12:30 PM) Man On Fire (1957/95m/Ranald MacDougall)
(2:15 PM) Wednesday's Child (1934/68m/John Robertson)
(3:30 PM) Divorce In The Family (1932/81m/Charles F. Riesner)
5:00 PM) Child of Divorce (1947/62m/Richard O. Fleischer)
(6:15 PM) One is a Lonely Number (1972/97m/Mel Stuart)
(8:00 PM) Pandora's Box (1928/133m/G. W. Pabst)
(10:30 PM) The Little Princess (1939/93m/Walter Lang)
Tuesday, June 04, 2019
(12:15 AM) Rebel Without a Cause (1955/111m/Nicholas Ray)
(2:15 AM) Gilda (1946/110m/Charles Vidor)
(4:15 AM) Breathless (1960/90m/Jean-Luc Godard)
(6:00 AM) Viva Las Vegas (1964/85m/George Sidney)
(7:30 AM) Zou Zou (1934/Marc Allegret)
(9:15 AM) The Night of the Hunter (1955/93m/Charles Laughton)
(11:00 AM) The Curse of Frankenstein (1957/83m/Terence Fisher)
(12:30 PM) Horror of Dracula (1958/81m/Terence Fisher)
(2:00 PM) Our Mother's House (1967/105m/Jack Clayton)
(4:00 PM) The Woman In White (1948/109m/Peter Godfrey)
(6:00 PM) The Haunting (1963/112m/Robert Wise)
(8:00 PM) Woodstock: The Director's Cut (1970-1994/224m/Michael Wadleigh)
Wednesday, June 05, 2019
(12:00 AM) Easy Rider (1969/95m/Dennis Hopper)
(1:45 AM) Bed Sitting Room (1969/91m/Richard Lester)
(3:30 AM) The Big Cube (1969/98m/Tito Davison)
(5:30 AM) Keep Off The Grass (1969/21m/Ib Melchior)
(6:00 AM) Westward the Women (1951/116m/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 AM) Wicked Woman (1934/73m/Charles Brabin)
(9:15 AM) High Wall (1947/99m/Curtis Bernhardt)
(11:00 AM) Conspirator (1949/87m/Victor Saville)
(12:30 PM) Undercurrent (1946/116m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:30 PM) Johnny Eager (1942/107m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(4:30 PM) Escape (1940/98m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(6:15 PM) A Yank at Oxford (1938/105m/Jack Conway)
(8:00 PM) Holiday in Mexico (1946/128m/George Sidney)
(10:15 PM) Three Daring Daughters (1948/115m/Fred M. Wilcox)
Thursday, June 06, 2019
(12:30 AM) A Date With Judy (1948/113m/Richard Thorpe)
(2:30 AM) Luxury Liner (1948/98m/Richard Whorf)
(4:15 AM) The Affairs of Martha (1942/67m/Jules Dassin)
(5:30 AM) In Which We Serve (1942/115m/Noel Coward)
(7:30 AM) Screaming Eagles (1956/81m/Charles Haas)
(9:00 AM) Breakthrough (1950/91m/Lewis Seiler)
(11:00 AM) Fighter Squadron (1948/95m/Raoul Walsh)
(1:00 PM) 36 Hours (1964/115m/George Seaton)
(3:15 PM) Dunkirk (1958/135m/Leslie Norman)
(5:45 PM) The Battle Of Britain (1969/132m/Guy Hamilton)
(8:00 PM) The Longest Day (1962/178m/Andrew Marton)
(11:15 PM) Overlord (1975/83m/Stuart Cooper)
Friday, June 07, 2019
(1:00 AM) A Bridge Too Far (1977/176m/Richard Attenborough)
(4:00 AM) Battleground (1949/119m/William Wellman)
(6:15 AM) Attack (1956/108m/Robert Aldrich)
(9:00 AM) The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937/98m/Richard Boleslawski)
(11:00 AM) The Law and the Lady (1951/104m/Edwin H. Knopf**
1:00 PM) Satan Met A Lady (1936/74m/William Dieterle)
(2:30 PM) The Maltese Falcon (1941/100m/John Huston)
(4:15 PM) To Have and Have Not (1944/100m/Howard Hawks)
(6:00 PM) The Breaking Point (1950/97m/Michael Curtiz)
(7:45 PM) So You Want to Play the Horses? (1946/11m/Richard Bare)
(8:00 PM) Alice Adams (1935/99m/George Stevens)
(10:00 PM) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942/88m/Orson Welles)
(11:45 PM) On Moonlight Bay (1951/95m/Roy Del Ruth)
Saturday, June 08, 2019
(2:00 AM) Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things (1971/95m/Thomas Casey)
(3:45 AM) Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971/89m/Curtis Harrington)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
(6:00 AM) Young Man With a Horn (1950/112m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Rookie Bear (1941/8m/Rudolf Ising)
(8:10 AM) Bone Crushers (1933/8m/Ward Wing)
(8:19 AM) Glimpses of Argentina (1952/8m/?)
(8:28 AM) Road Agent (1952/60m/Lesley Selander)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: The Pit of Pendrang (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Fowl Play (1937/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon in Mexico (1944/70m/William Berke)
(11:30 AM) The Declaration of Independence (1938/17m/Crane Wilbur)
(12:00 PM) King Kong (1933/104m/Merian C. Cooper)
(2:00 PM) Dial ‘M’ For Murder (1954/105m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:00 PM) Lawrence of Arabia (1962/227m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976/104m/Barbara Kopple)
(9:00 PM) Grey Gardens (1976/95m/Ellen Hovde)
Sunday, June 09, 2019
(12:00 AM) Nora Prentiss (1947/111m/Vincent Sherman)
(2:00 AM) City For Conquest (1940/104m/Anatole Litvak)
(4:00 AM) Torrid Zone (1940/88m/William Keighley)
(6:00 AM) Romance on the High Seas (1948/99m/Michael Curtiz
(8:00 AM) My Dream is Yours (1949/101m/Michael Curtiz and Friz Freleng)
(10:00 AM) Tea for Two (1950/98m/David Butler)
(11:45 AM) On Moonlight Bay (1951/95m/Roy Del Ruth)
(1:30 PM) Johnny Carson on TCM: Doris Day (1976)
(1:45 PM) Love Me or Leave Me (1955/122m/Charles Vidor)
(4:00 PM) Calamity Jane (1953/101m/David Butler)
(6:00 PM) Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960/112/Charles Walters)
(8:00 PM) Pillow Talk (1959/102m/Michael Gordon)
(10:00 PM) Lover Come Back (1961/107m/Delbert Mann)
Monday, June 10, 2019
(12:00 AM) Move Over, Darling (1963/103m/Michael Gordon)
(2:00 AM) The Glass Bottom Boat (1966/110m/Frank Tashlin)
(4:00 AM) Julie (1956/99m/Andrew L. Stone)
(6:00 AM) Impact (1949/111m/Arthur Lubin)
(8:00 AM) The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934/98m/Harold Young)
(9:45 AM) It Happened One Night (1934/105m/Frank Capra)
(11:45 AM) Hollow Triumph (1948/82m/Steve Sekely)
(1:15 PM) Neptune's Daughter (1949/93m/Edward Buzzell)
(3:00 PM) The Stranger (1946/95m/Orson Welles)
(4:45 PM) Detour (1945/68m/Edgar G. Ulmer)
(6:00 PM) Purple Noon (1961/117m/René Clément)
(8:00 PM) Cleopatra (1963/251m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
(12:30 AM) Coffy (1973/90m/Jack Hill)
(2:15 AM) Eraserhead (1977/89m/David Lynch)
(4:00 AM) ”10” (1979/122m/Blake Edwards)
(6:15 AM) Kismet (1944/100m/William Dieterle)
(8:00 AM) The Boy With Green Hair (1948/82m/Joseph Losey)
(9:30 AM) Forever, Darling (1956/91m/Alexander Hall)
(11:15 AM) Arena (1953/71m/Richard Fleischer)
(12:30 PM) Moonlight On The Prairie (1936/63m/D. Ross Lederman)
(1:45 PM) The Royal Rodeo (1939/15m/George Amy)
(2:15 PM) The Saddle Buster (1932/59m/Fred Allen)
(3:30 PM) Cattle King (1963/90m/Tay Garnett)
(5:15 PM) Powdersmoke Range (1935/72m/Wallace Fox)
(6:30 PM) Wyoming (1940/88m/Richard Thorpe)
(8:00 PM) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969/110m/George Roy Hill)
(10:00 PM) Medium Cool (1969/111m/Haskell Wexler)
(12:00 AM) The Wild Bunch (1969/145m/Sam Peckinpah)
(2:45 AM) Angel, Angel, Down We Go (1969/93m/Robert Thom)
(4:30 AM) Fellini Satyricon (1969/130m/Federico Fellini)
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
(6:45 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m)
(7:15 AM) Gulliver's Travels (1939/76m/Dave Fleischer)
(8:45 AM) The Curse of the Cat People (1944/70m/Gunther V. Fritsch and Robert Wise)
(10:00 AM) The Secret Garden (1949/92m/Fred M. Wilcox)
(11:45 AM) The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T. (1953/89m/Roy Rowland)
(1:30 PM) The Little Fugitive (1953/81m/Ray Ashley)
(3:00 PM) The Red Balloon (1956/34m/Albert Lamorisse)
(3:45 PM) Tom Thumb (1958/92m/George Pal)
(5:30 PM) The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964/99m/Arthur Lubin)
(7:30 PM) Holiday From Rules? (1959/11m/William H. Murray)
(8:00 PM) Royal Wedding (1951/93m/Stanley Donen)
(10:00 PM) Two Weeks with Love (1950/92m/Roy Rowland)
Thursday, June 13, 2019
(12:00 AM) Nancy Goes To Rio (1950/100m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(2:00 AM) Small Town Girl (1953/93m/Leslie Kardos)
(4:00 AM) Rich, Young and Pretty (1951/95m/Norman Taurog)
(5:45 AM) December 7th: The Movie (1943/84m/John Ford)
(7:15 AM) Objective, Burma! (1945/142m/Raoul Walsh)
(9:45 AM) Air Force (1943/124m/Howard Hawks)
(12:00 PM) Bataan (1943/115m/Tay Garnett)
(2:00 PM) Back to Bataan (1945/95m/Edward Dmytryk)
(4:00 PM) Flying Leathernecks (1951/102m/Nicholas Ray)
(6:00 PM) Operation: Pacific (1951/109m/George Waggner)
(8:00 PM) Sands of Iwo Jima (1950/109m/Allan Dwan)
(10:00 PM) Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970/149m/Richard Fleischer)
Friday, June 14, 2019
(12:45 AM) Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944/138m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(3:15 AM) Destination Tokyo (1943/135m/Delmer Daves)
(5:45 AM) They Were Expendable (1945/135m/John Ford)
(8:15 AM) Sea Chase (1955/117m/John Farrow)
(10:30 AM) The Sharkfighters (1956/74m/Jerry Hopper)
(12:00 PM) Last of the Pagans (1935/70m/Richard Thorpe)
(1:30 PM) Death Curse of Tartu (1966/88m/William Grefé)
(3:15 PM) Shark's Treasure (1975/95m/Cornel Wilde)
(5:00 PM) Killer Shark (1950/76m/Oscar Boetticher)
(6:30 PM) Tiger Shark (1932/77m/Howard Hawks)
(8:00 PM) Steel Magnolias (1989/118m/Herbert Ross)
(10:15 PM) The Group (1966/152m/Sidney Lumet)
Saturday, June 15, 2019
(1:00 AM) Stage Door (1937/92m/Gregory LaCava)
(2:45 AM) The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy (1958/64m/Rafael Portillo)
(4:00 AM) The Mummy (1959/88m/Terence Fisher)
(5:30 AM) Wonderful World of Tupperware (1965/29m/George J. Yarbrough)
(6:00 AM) Betrayed (1954/109m/Gottfried Reinhardt)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Mad Maestro (1939/8m/Hugh Harman)
(8:09 AM) Famous Boners (1942/10m/Douglas Foster)
(8:20 AM) Glimpses of Guatemala (1946/8m/?)
(8:29 AM) Men of America (1933/58m/Ralph Ince)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Fiery Danger (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Let's Celebrake (1933/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon in Hollywood (1944/67m/Gordon Douglas)
(11:30 AM) I Won't Play (1944/18m/Crane Wilbur)
(12:00 PM) Only Angels Have Wings (1939/121m/Howard Hawks)
(2:15 PM) Kansas City Confidential (1952/99m/Phil Karlson)
(4:00 PM) Ride the High Country (1962/94m/Sam Peckinpah)
(5:45 PM) There Was a Crooked Man (1970/123m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(8:00 PM) La Pointe Courte (1954/80m/Agnès Varda)
(9:45 PM) Cléo From 5 to 7 (1962/89m/Agnès Varda)
(11:30 PM) Du cote de la cote (1958/26m/Agnès Varda)
Sunday, June 16, 2019
(12:00 AM) Pickup on South Street (1953/80m/Samuel Fuller)
(1:45 AM) 13 West Street (1962/80m/Philip Leacock)
(3:30 AM) Green Dolphin Street (1947/141m/Victor Saville)
(6:00 AM) Daughters Courageous (1939/107m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 AM) Edward, My Son (1949/113m/George Cukor)
(10:00 AM) Pickup on South Street (1953/80m/Samuel Fuller)
(11:30 AM) Judge Hardy And Son (1939/90m/George B. Seitz)
(1:15 PM) East of Eden (1955/118m/Elia Kazan)
(3:30 PM) The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963/119m/Vincente Minnelli)
(5:45 PM) A River Runs Through It (1992/124m/Robert Redford)
(8:00 PM) Life With Father (1947/118m/Michael Curtiz)
(10:15 PM) Father Of The Bride (1950/93m/Vincente Minnelli)
Monday, June 17, 2019
(12:00 AM) Tell It to the Marines (1927/103m/George Hill)
(2:00 AM) News From Home (1976/85m/Chantal Akerman)
(3:45 AM) Les Rendez-vous d'Anna (1978/120m/Chantal Akerman)
(6:00 AM) Flight Angels (1940/74m/Lewis Seiler)
(7:30 AM) Headline Shooter (1933/61m/Otto Brower)
(8:45 AM) This Man is Mine (1934/76m/John Cromwell)
(10:15 AM) Fools for Scandal (1938/80m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(11:45 AM) Footsteps in the Dark (1941/86m/Lloyd Bacon)
(1:30 PM) Brother Orchid (1940/88m/Lloyd Bacon)
(3:15 PM) Sunrise at Campobello (1960/144m/Vincent J. Donehue)
(5:45 PM) The Professionals (1966/118m/Richard Brooks)
(8:00 PM) Bombshell (1933/96m/Victor Fleming)
(9:45 PM) Contempt (1963/103m/Jean-Luc Godard)
(11:45 PM) The Glass Key (1942/85m/Stuart Heisler)
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
(1:15 AM) Let's Make Love (1960/119m/George Cukor)
(3:30 AM) The Swan (1956/108m/Charles Vidor)
(5:30 AM) Move Over, Darling (1963/103m/Michael Gordon)
(7:30 AM) Bonnie and Clyde (1967/111m/Arthur Penn)
(9:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
(10:15 AM) Manhattan Parade (1931/75m/Lloyd Bacon)
(11:45 AM) Mary Jane's Pa (1935/71m/William Keighley)
(1:00 PM) Forty Little Mothers (1940/90m/Busby Berkeley)
(2:45 PM) This Side of Heaven (1934/77m/William K. Howard)
(4:15 PM) These Wilder Years (1956/91m/Roy Rowland)
(6:00 PM) A Taste of Honey (1961/101m/Tony Richardson)
(8:00 PM) Model Shop (1969/97m/Jacques Demy)
(10:00 PM) Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969/105m/Paul Mazursky)
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
(12:00 AM) Staircase (1969/98m/Stanley Donen)
(1:45 AM) Cactus Flower (1969/104m/Gene Saks)
(3:45 AM) Z (1969/127m/Costa-Gavras)
(6:00 AM) Off The Record (1939/71m/James Flood)
(7:15 AM) Are These Our Children? (1931/84m/Wesley Ruggles)
(8:45 AM) Boy of the Streets (1937/77m/William Nigh)
(10:15 AM) Boys' Ranch (1946/97m/Roy Rowland)
(12:00 PM) Youth Runs Wild (1944/67m/Mark Robson)
(1:15 PM) Boy Slaves (1939/72m/P. J. Wolfson)
(2:30 PM) The Young Stranger (1957/84m/John Frankenheimer)
(4:00 PM) Lord Jeff (1938/85m/Sam Wood)
(5:30 PM) The Beloved Brat (1938/62m/Arthur Lubin)
(6:45 PM) Bright Road (1953/68m/Gerald Mayer)
(8:00 PM) Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954/102m/Stanley Donen)
(10:00 PM) Hit the Deck (1955/112m/Roy Rowland)
Thursday, June 20, 2019
(12:00 AM) Three Sailors and a Girl (1953/95m/Roy Del Ruth)
(2:00 AM) Athena (1954/96m/Richard Thorpe)
(3:45 AM) Deep In My Heart (1954/132m/Stanley Donen)
(6:00 AM) Attack on the Iron Coast (1968/148m/Paul Wendkos)
(8:00 AM) They Who Dare (1954/108m/Lewis Milestone)
(10:00 AM) Darby’s Rangers (1958/121m/William A. Wellman)
(12:15 PM) Merrill’s Marauders (1962/98m/Samuel Fuller)
(2:15 PM) Counter-Attack (1945/90m/Zoltan Korda)
(4:00 PM) The Purple Plain (1955/102m/Robert Parrish)
(6:00 PM) Cry ‘Havoc’ (1944/97m/Richard Thorpe)
(8:00 PM) The Great Escape (1963/172m/John Sturges)
(11:00 PM) The Bridge On The River Kwai (1957/162m/David Lean)
Friday, June 21, 2019
(2:00 AM) The Guns Of Navarone (1961/156m/J. Lee Thompson)
(4:45 AM) Eight Iron Men (1952/81m/Edward Dmytryk)
(6:15 AM) Variety Time (1948/59m/Hal Yates)
(7:15 AM) Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938/91m/George B. Seitz)
(9:00 AM) Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940/88m/George B. Seitz)
(10:45 AM) The Reluctant Debutante (1958/96m/Vincente Minnelli)
(12:30 PM) Palm Springs Weekend (1963/100m/Norman Taurog)
(2:15 PM) Vacation From Marriage (1945/93m/Alexander Korda)
(4:00 PM) Dream Wife (1953/99m/Sidney Sheldon)
(6:00 PM) Marriage on the Rocks (1965/109m/Jack Donohue)
(8:00 PM) Irma La Douce (1963/143m/Billy Wilder)
(10:30 PM) Sabrina (1954/114m/Billy Wilder)
Saturday, June 22, 2019
(12:30 AM) Love in the Afternoon (1957/130m/Billy Wilder)
(2:45 AM) Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (1981/93m/William Asher)
(4:30 AM) Fast-Walking (1982/115m/James B. Harris)
(6:30 AM) Remember? (1939/83m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Homeless Flea (1940/8m/Rudolf Ising)
(8:09 AM) Chili and Chills (1932/9m/Harold Austin)
(8:18 AM) Glimpses of Mexico (1943/9m/?)
(8:28 AM) Hot Lead (1951/60m/Stuart Gilmore)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Death's Shining Face (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Learn Polikeness (1938/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon In San Francisco (1945/66m/Joseph H. Lewis)
(11:30 AM) Oklahoma Outlaws (1943/20m/B. Reeves Eason)
(12:00 PM) The Last Gangster (1937/81m/Edward Ludwig)
(1:30 PM) The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945/78m/Raoul Walsh)
(3:00 PM) The Young Lions (1958/167m/Edward Dmytryk)
(6:00 PM) Brainstorm (1983/106m/Douglas Trumbull)
(8:00 PM) Dog Day Afternoon (1975/125m/Sidney Lumet)
(10:15 PM) Scarecrow (1973/112m/Jerry Schatzberg)
Sunday, June 23, 2019
(12:00 AM) Shadow on the Wall (1950/84m/Patrick Jackson)
(2:00 AM) The Bad Seed (1956/129m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(4:15 AM) The Nanny (1965/93m/Seth Holt)
(6:00 AM) Strange Interlude (1932/109m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(8:00 AM) Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936/102m/John Cromwell)
(10:00 AM) Shadow on the Wall (1950/84m/Patrick Jackson)
(12:00 PM) Show Boat (1936/114m/James Whale)
(2:00 PM) Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948/94m/H. C. Potter)
(3:45 PM) All About Eve (1950/138m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(6:15 PM) Don't Make Waves (1967/97m/Alexander Mackendrick)
(8:00 PM) Two Guys from Texas (1948/86m/David Butler)
(9:45 PM) Girl Crazy (1943/99m/Norman Taurog)
(11:45 PM) An Easterner (1920/28m/Hal Roach)
Monday, June 24, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Rag Man (1925/68m/Edward F. Cline)
(2:00 AM) Pitfall (1962/97m/Hiroshi Teshigahara)
(3:45 AM) The Face of Another (1966/122m/Hiroshi Teshigahara)
(6:00 AM) The Big Circus (1959/109m/Joseph M. Newman)
(8:00 AM) The Sundowners (1960/133m/Fred Zinnemann)
(10:15 AM) Wild Boys of the Road (1933/68m/William A. Wellman)
(11:30 AM) The Wild One (1953/79m/Laslo Benedek)
(1:00 PM) The Man Who Found Himself (1937/67m/Lew Landers)
(2:15 PM) Born Reckless (1959/79m/Howard W. Koch)
(3:45 PM) Honeysuckle Rose (1980/119m/Jerry Schatzberg)
(6:00 PM) Every Which Way But Loose (1978/115m/James Fargo)
(8:00 PM) The Kid (1921/53m/Charles Chaplin)
(9:00 PM) At the Circus (1939/87m/Edward Buzzell)
(10:45 PM) House of Wax (1953/88m/Andre De Toth)
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938/102m/Michael Curtiz)
(2:30 AM) Taxi Driver (1976/114m/Martin Scorsese)
(4:30 AM) Shaft (1971/100m/Gordon Parks)
(6:30 AM) Dancing Lady (1933/92m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(8:00 AM) Sky Full of Moon (1952/73m/Norman Foster)
(9:30 AM) Painting the Clouds with Sunshine (1951/87m/David Butler)
(11:15 AM) The Las Vegas Story (1952/87m/Robert Stevenson)
(1:00 PM) Ocean's Eleven (1960/127m/Lewis Milestone)
(3:15 PM) Crashing Las Vegas (1956/62m/Jean Yarbrough)
(4:30 PM) Mystery in Mexico (1948/66m/Robert Wise)
(5:45 PM) Honeymoon (1947/74m/William Keighley)
(7:15 PM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
(8:00 PM) The Moon-Spinners (1964/119m/James Neilson)
(10:15 PM) Bone Bandit (1948/Charles A Nichols)
(10:25 PM) The Littlest Horse Thieves (1976/104m/Charles Jarrott)
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
(1:15 AM) The Robber Kitten (1935/8m/David Hand)
(1:30 AM) The North Avenue Irregulars (1979/99m/Bruce Bilson)
(3:15 AM) Emil and the Detectives (1964/92m/Peter Tewksbury)
(5:00 AM) Never A Dull Moment (1968/99m/Jerry Paris)
(7:00 AM) The Seventh Sin (1957/93m/Ronald Neame)
(8:45 AM) The Last Ride (1944/57m/D. Ross Lederman)
(9:45 AM) Never Say Goodbye (1946/94m/James V. Kern)
(11:30 AM) Home from the Hill (1960/150m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:15 PM) Of Human Bondage (1946/106m/Edmund Goulding)
(4:15 PM) Lizzie (1957/81m/Hugo Haas)
(5:45 PM) The Man with the Golden Arm (1956/119m/Otto Preminger)
(8:00 PM) The Female Animal (1958/92m/Harry Keller)
(9:45 PM) The Girl Most Likely (1958/99m/Mitchell Leisen)
(11:45 PM) Enchanted Island (1958/94m/Allan Dwan)
Thursday, June 27, 2019
(1:30 AM) Marie: A True Story (1985/112m/Roger Donaldson)
(3:30 AM) Mr. Skeffington (1945/146m/Vincent Sherman)
(6:00 AM) Tank Force (1958/86m/Terence Young)
(8:00 AM) Bitter Victory (1957/102m/Nicholas Ray)
(10:00 AM) The Hill (1965/123m/Sidney Lumet)
(12:15 PM) The Way Ahead (1944/88m/Carol Reed)
(2:00 PM) Sahara (1943/98m/Zoltan Korda)
(4:00 PM) The Gallant Hours (1960/116m/Robert Montgomery)
(6:00 PM) The Wings of Eagles (1957/110m/John Ford)
(8:00 PM) To Hell And Back (1955/106m/Jesse Hibbs)
(10:00 PM) The Story of G.I. Joe (1945/109m/William A. Wellman)
Friday, June 28, 2019
(12:00 AM) Hell To Eternity (1960/132m/Phil Karlson)
(2:30 AM) PT 109 (1963/140m/Leslie H. Martinson)
(5:00 AM) Above and Beyond (1952/122m/Melvin Frank)
(7:15 AM) For Me and My Gal (1942/104m/Busby Berkeley)
(9:00 AM) Meet Me In St. Louis (1944/113m/Vincente Minnelli)
(11:00 AM) Till The Clouds Roll By (1946/135m/Richard Whorf)
(1:30 PM) The Harvey Girls (1946/101m/George Sidney)
(3:15 PM) The Clock (1945/90m/Vincente Minnelli)
(5:00 PM) A Star Is Born (1954/176m/George Cukor)
(8:00 PM) Some of My Best Friends Are... (1971/100m/Mervyn Nelson)
(10:00 PM) The Ritz (1976/91m/Richard Lester)
(11:45 PM) Torch Song Trilogy (1988/119m/Paul Bogart)
Saturday, June 29, 2019
(2:00 AM) Myra Breckinridge (1970/94m/Michael Sarne)
(3:45 AM) Funeral Parade of Roses (1970/105m/Toshio Matsumoto)
(5:45 AM) Wonderful World of Tupperware (1965/29m/George J. Yarbrough)
(6:15 AM) Unholy Partners (1941/94m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Milky Way (1940/8m/Charles M. Jones)
(8:10 AM) Fine Feathers (1933/9m/Jules White)
(8:19 AM) Glimpses of Old England (1949/9m/?)
(8:29 AM) Bullet Code (1940/58m/David Howard)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Speedboat Missing (SERIAL) (1946/?m/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: The House Builder-Upper (1938/6m/Dave Fleischer)
10:07 AM) The Falcon's Alibi (1946/63m/Ray McCarey)
(11:30 AM) Service with the Colors (1940/21m/B. Reeves Eason)
(12:00 PM) Tarzan The Ape Man (1932/100m/W. S. Van Dyke)
(2:00 PM) Gentleman Jim (1942/104m/Raoul Walsh)
(4:00 PM) A Face in the Crowd (1957/126m/Elia Kazan)
(6:15 PM) Point Blank (1967/92m/John Boorman)
(8:00 PM) Daughters of the Dust (1991/112m/Julie Dash)
(10:00 PM) The Learning Tree (1969/109m/Gordon Parks)
Sunday, June 30, 2019
(12:00 AM) On Dangerous Ground (1952/82m/Nicholas Ray)
(1:45 AM) It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963/159m/Stanley Kramer)
(4:30 AM) Cold Turkey (1971/102m/Norman Lear)
(6:15 AM) The Bitter Tea General Yen (1932/87m/Frank R. Capra)
(7:45 AM) Pride and Prejudice (1940/118m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(10:00 AM) On Dangerous Ground (1952/82m/Nicholas Ray)
(12:00 PM) All This, and Heaven Too (1940/143m/Anatole Litvak)
(2:30 PM) Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (1947/103m/Stuart Heisler)
(4:30 PM) Monkey Business (1952/97m/Howard Hawks)
(6:15 PM) Paris Blues (1961/99m/Martin Ritt)
(8:00 PM) Claudia (1943/91m/Edmund Goulding)
(10:00 PM) Claudia and David (1946/78m/Walter Lang)
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2019.02.17 18:29 forsbergisgod Help on the Way - Your Weekly Listening Thread - 9/26/72 - Jersey City - Promised Land (opener) - Johnny B Goode (closer) - Next night would be DP 11

Welcome back to another installment of your weekly listening thread, Help on the Way!!
What a gem last week's show was. They definitely still had it in 94. Thanks to all those who came out to the listening party on twitch. Fun times!
Here's one from 72. Fun fact, the next night 9/27 would be immortalized as DP 11!
Enjoy this one:
And the set:
The Promised Land [3:01] ; Cold Rain And Snow [5:18] ; Me And My Uncle [2:54] ; He's Gone [14:32] ; Mexicali Blues [3:23] ; Deal [4:30] ; Cumberland Blues [5:55] ; Black Throated Wind [6:40] ; Bird Song [11:05] ; Big River [4:20] ; Sugaree [7:26] ; Around And Around [4:51] ; Casey Jones [6:04] (1)
Bertha ; Playing In The Band [21:15] (2) ; You Win Again [3:49] (3) ; El Paso [4:18] ; Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo [7:07] ; Greatest Story Ever Told [5:04] ; Tomorrow Is Forever [5:22] ; Truckin'[20:56] > The Other One Jam [13:14] > It's All Over Now, Baby Blue [7:15] ; Sugar Magnolia [8:36]
26 Miles Tuning [0:24] (4) > Johnny B. Goode [3:41] (5)
The complete show in SBD except Bertha and cuts in Cumberland Blues and Truckin' > Other one Jam. Fairly listenable AUD has various problems. Beginning of Promised Land and 26 Miles and conclusions of Black throated Wind, Big River and Bertha cut. Timing from the SBD except for Cumberland Blues and Truckin' > Other one Jam because of cuts. 1) Weir: We're gonna take a short break. and you'll just hang around here. and we'll be back in just a few minutes. See you then. 2) Weir: thank You. 3) Weir: Listen. I don't know how you'd like it if we stood up here all night and barked orders at you. Stand up sit down stand up stand oh turnaround stand on your hands. Garcia: they'd probably dig it man. 4) Weir(over 26 Miles tuning): Well folks it's real hot you know. We're just getting worn out real easy. So we're gonna do this next tune and then we're gonna leave you with it. OK? 5) Weir: Why thank you folks. See ya'll later. Bye.
$5.50 gets you in the door
Remember, this whole shebangabang is randomized. A run down about what this is all about can be found here:
Enjoy the show and please drop a comment!
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2018.02.12 03:14 combovercool Episode Discussion Drew And Mike – February 11, 2018

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2018.02.12 03:13 Cauterized Drew And Mike – February 11, 2018

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2018.02.05 15:53 revjurneyman Today of the Dead: 2/5

Just then the wind came squalling through the door...

The Questing Beast (REHEARSAL) on 1966-02-05

Viola Lee Blues, Cardboard Cowboy
this version has been provided by an anonymous source
Before their trip down south... Bear was doing the sound at the Questing Beast and he accompanied the Dead down to Los Angeles shortly after this recording. Dennis McNally's book is great for info on these shows and the trip to LA. These rehearsals are nice to listen to for a fly-on-the-wall of the boys working through Viola and Phil's Cardboard Cowboy.

Fillmore West on 1970-02-05

China Cat Sunflower-> I Know You Rider, Big Boss Man, Black Peter, Mason's Children, The Eleven, Not Fade Away, Cumberland Blues, Uncle John's Band
Tracks 1 to 4 are from the AUD tape. Track 5 is SBD except 7:12 onwards patched from AUD. Tracks 6 to 12 are SBD. This is all that currently circulates according to Deadlists.
Perhaps the most underrated set of February 1970, there is some remarkable music in here. Fantastic interplay during Mason's, especially the second instrumental which features some amazing work from Lesh and Weir. The Eleven is engaging though fairly non-descript, but the gorgeous thematic jamming out of the song is truly wonderful (sounds like there's an unlisted China Cat jam/tease in there also). Caution is a smoking rendition, with NFA ending with a cool reprise of the Caution theme, before heading into a typically strong 1970 Cumberland to close out this great little set!

Uni Dome, U of Northern Iowa on 1978-02-05

Samson & Delilah, Bob's Lumberjack Story, Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain -> Truckin'-> Drums -> Other One -> Wharf Rat -> Around & Around, U.S. Blues
This date is featured on Dick's Picks 18.
A Dusborne Matrix
Keith is absolutely pounding his Yamaha CP-70 electric grand piano during this performance! The CP-70 was one of the first electric 'keyboards' (it was actually more like a Fender Rhodes that produced a grand sound as it still had piano strings and hammer keys), and Keith gets some pretty sweet tones out of it. Keith is really driving the music this evening, getting Jerry to jam on and on during Scarlet>Fire. You can hear him throw out musical ideas during the solos, and the rest of the band actually picks up on them and starts exploring! This is totally uncommon for Keith's playing during the majority of his Dead career; he normally plays a supporting role with the occasional background flourish. Not this night. Keith is balls-out and ready to jam. He is pushing and pulling the band into different directions and variations. This is pure gold. Keith is the reason why we got a massive 16+ minute Fire. His energy just balloons Garcia into the psychosphere and he starts wailing out more Mutron III solos. As for the recording, the sound quality of this matrix is superior to the Dick's Picks which is now out of print and price gouged on eBay. Listen to this instead.

Henry J Kaiser Convention Center on 1989-02-05

Touch Of Gray-> Feel Like A Stranger-> Franklin's Tower-> Little Red Rooster, Althea, We Can Run But We Can't Hide, Desolation Row-> Don't Ease Me In Cold Rain & Snow-> Women Are Smarter-> Standing On the Moon-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums*-> Jam-> I Will Take You Home-> He's Gone-> I Need A Miracle-> Morning Dew, E: Johnny B. Goode
Taped by Paul Scotton and Joani Walker Transferred by Charlie Miller
Desolation Row is SICK! I was at this show. I remember the Memphis Blues tune up, and someone off stage saying something to Bobby. He all of a sudden turned around, changed course, and went right into Desolation Row, which had not been played since September 1988 at MSG (25 shows) and just NAILS IT! Probably the best Desolation out of the 104 shows I had the privilege of attending. Thank God for the Charlie Miller remasters.

But who can the weather command?

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2018.01.12 10:45 prof_eggburger What types of player does Moyes buy and what types does he like to play?

Becasue I am bored, and I've seen people claim that Moyes has always tended to prefer to play a certain way, I took a little time to look at the following two questions: What type of player does David Moyes like to buy? What type of player does he like to play? I'd be interested in what people think - do his players really look like like they were brought together to play "boring drudgeball"?
Let's look at his time managing Everton, when he was most likely to be calling the shots without much interference, and where his budget was that of an upper-mid-table club:
His preferred team (based on mins played per season they were at the club), was the following (second choice in parentheses):
 Tim Howard (Nigel Martyn) Phil Neville Phil Jagielka Sylvain Distin Leighton Baines (Tony Hibbert) (Joleon Lescott) (Joseph Yobo) (David Unsworth) Kevin Mirallas Leon Osman Marouane Fellaini Steven Pienaar (Simon Davies) (Mikel Arteta) (Tim Cahill) (Kevin Kilbane) Andy Johnson Wayne Rooney (Marcus Bent) (Tomasz Radzinski) 
We can also look at all the players he bought and the ones he played most..
Edit: all the data is from
Player Position Club Date Fee
John Stones Centre-Back Barnsley FC 31.01.2013 3,50 Mill. €
Bryan Oviedo Left-Back FC Copenhagen 31.08.2012 4,50 Mill. €
Matthew Kennedy Right Wing Kilmarnock FC 31.08.2012 250 Th. €
Kevin Mirallas Right Wing Olympiacos 19.08.2012 7,65 Mill. €
Steven Pienaar Left Wing Spurs 31.07.2012 5,75 Mill. €
Nikica Jelavic Centre-Forward Rangers 31.01.2012 6,60 Mill. €
Darron Gibson Central Midfield Man Utd 13.01.2012 600 Th. €
Apostolos Vellios Centre-Forward Iraklis 28.01.2011 300 Th. €
Magaye Gueye Centre-Forward R. Strasbourg 01.07.2010 1,40 Mill. €
Johnny Heitinga Centre-Back Atlético Madrid 01.09.2009 6,80 Mill. €
Sylvain Distin Centre-Back Portsmouth FC 27.08.2009 6,50 Mill. €
Diniyar Bilyaletdinov Attacking Midfield Loko Moscow 25.08.2009 10,00 Mill. €
Seamus Coleman Right-Back Sligo Rovers 01.01.2009 70 Th. €
Marouane Fellaini Central Midfield Standard Liège 02.09.2008 21,76 Mill. €
Segundo Castillo Defensive Midfield Red Star 28.08.2008 Loan fee:
Steven Pienaar Left Wing Bor. Dortmund 01.07.2008 2,75 Mill. €
Dan Gosling Central Midfield Plymouth 01.01.2008 1,50 Mill. €
Manuel Fernandes Central Midfield Valencia CF 01.01.2008 Loan fee:
Yakubu Aiyegbeni Centre-Forward Middlesbrough 30.08.2007 16,50 Mill. €
Leighton Baines Left-Back Wigan 07.08.2007 7,50 Mill. €
Steven Pienaar Left Wing Bor. Dortmund 24.07.2007 Loan fee:
Phil Jagielka Centre-Back Sheffield Utd. 01.07.2007 6,00 Mill. €
Tim Howard Keeper Man Utd 01.07.2007 4,20 Mill. €
Lukas Jutkiewicz Centre-Forward Swindon Town 01.07.2007 600 Th. €
Manuel Fernandes Central Midfield Benfica 01.01.2007 Loan fee:
Andy Johnson Centre-Forward Crystal Palace 01.07.2006 11,00 Mill. €
Joleon Lescott Centre-Back Wolves 01.07.2006 6,50 Mill. €
Andy van der Meyde Right Wing Inter 01.07.2005 9,00 Mill. €
Per Kröldrup Centre-Back Udinese 01.07.2005 6,80 Mill. €
Phil Neville Right-Back Man Utd 01.07.2005 5,30 Mill. €
Simon Davies Right Midfield Spurs 01.07.2005 5,25 Mill. €
Mikel Arteta Central Midfield Real Sociedad 01.07.2005 2,80 Mill. €
Nuno Valente Left-Back FC Porto 01.07.2005 2,00 Mill. €
Anderson Silva Defensive Midfield Nacional 01.07.2005 1,00 Mill. €
John Ruddy Keeper Cambridge Utd. 01.07.2005 375 Th. €
James Beattie Centre-Forward Southampton 04.01.2005 9,00 Mill. €
Tim Cahill Attacking Midfield Millwall 01.07.2004 2,20 Mill. €
Marcus Bent Centre-Forward Ipswich 01.07.2004 675 Th. €
Ibrahim Said Centre-Back Ahly 01.01.2004 Loan fee:
James McFadden Secondary Striker Motherwell FC 01.09.2003 1,75 Mill. €
Nigel Martyn Keeper Leeds 01.09.2003 800 Th. €
Joseph Yobo Centre-Back Marseille 01.07.2003 6,00 Mill. €
Kevin Kilbane Left Midfield Sunderland 01.07.2003 1,25 Mill. €
Iain Turner Keeper Stirling 01.07.2003 115 Th. €
Lee Carsley Defensive Midfield Coventry City 01.01.2003 2,85 Mill. €
Espen Baardsen Keeper Watford 01.01.2003 1,88 Mill. €
Joseph Yobo Centre-Back Marseille 18.07.2002 Loan fee:
Richard Wright Keeper Arsenal 01.07.2002 5,50 Mill. €
Rodrigo Beckham Attacking Midfield Botafogo 01.07.2002 Loan fee:
(All players with over 25 appearances for Moyes' Everton, ranked by mins played per season.)
Players Position Seasons Appearances Appearances/season Subbed On Subbed Off Mins Mins/Season
Tim Howard Keeper 7 260 37.1 0 0 23400 3343
Leighton Baines Left-Back 6 199 33.2 14 4 16604 2767
Sylvain Distin Centre-Back 4 128 32.0 6 4 11053 2763
Phil Neville Right-Back 8 242 30.3 5 33 20853 2607
Nigel Martyn Keeper 3 86 28.7 1 2 7625 2542
Phil Jagielka Centre-Back 6 179 29.8 12 3 15174 2529
Joleon Lescott Centre-Back 4 113 28.3 4 1 9975 2494
Marouane Fellaini Central Midfield 5 138 27.6 9 17 11452 2290
Andy Johnson Centre-Forward 2 61 30.5 9 12 4556 2278
Joseph Yobo Centre-Back 8 220 27.5 16 11 18224 2278
Tim Cahill Attacking Midfield 8 226 28.3 16 64 17996 2250
Steven Pienaar Left Wing 6 153 25.5 4 33 13031 2172
Johnny Heitinga Centre-Back 4 114 28.5 16 19 8623 2156
Leon Osman Central Midfield 11 284 25.8 31 66 22375 2034
Wayne Rooney Secondary Striker 2 67 33.5 27 12 4028 2014
Kevin Kilbane Left Midfield 4 104 26.0 18 20 7673 1918
Lee Carsley Defensive Midfield 7 162 23.1 13 21 13103 1872
Kevin Mirallas Right Wing 1 27 27.0 4 18 1836 1836
David Unsworth Left-Back 3 67 22.3 5 10 5496 1832
Mikel Arteta Central Midfield 8 174 21.8 8 35 14582 1823
Tomasz Radzinski Centre-Forward 3 73 24.3 11 30 5456 1819
Marcus Bent Centre-Forward 2 55 27.5 17 26 3482 1741
Alan Stubbs Centre-Back 7 146 20.9 7 16 12069 1724
Tony Hibbert Right-Back 12 249 20.8 16 28 20563 1714
David Weir Centre-Back 6 122 20.3 9 4 10220 1703
Nikica Jelavic Centre-Forward 2 50 25.0 14 17 3385 1693
Thomas Gravesen Defensive Midfield 5 99 19.8 12 15 7822 1564
Louis Saha Centre-Forward 4 97 24.3 32 48 6133 1533
James Beattie Centre-Forward 3 76 25.3 25 24 4554 1518
Simon Davies Right Midfield 2 45 22.5 10 14 2944 1472
Seamus Coleman Right-Back 4 81 20.3 18 20 5659 1415
Darron Gibson Central Midfield 2 34 17.0 1 11 2736 1368
Gary Naysmith Left-Back 5 90 18.0 17 18 6554 1311
Steven Naismith Right Wing 1 31 31.0 18 11 1275 1275
Tie Li Defensive Midfield 2 34 17.0 2 17 2532 1266
Yakubu Aiyegbeni Centre-Forward 4 82 20.5 26 36 5037 1259
Alessandro Pistone Left-Back 5 78 15.6 7 14 6045 1209
Steve Watson Right Midfield 4 74 18.5 20 19 4825 1206
Richard Wright Keeper 5 60 12.0 2 2 5207 1041
Kevin Campbell Centre-Forward 4 64 16.0 18 10 4128 1032
Jack Rodwell Defensive Midfield 5 85 17.0 34 15 4821 964
Diniyar Bilyaletdinov Attacking Midfield 3 59 19.7 26 23 2880 960
James McFadden Secondary Striker 6 116 19.3 61 33 5295 883
Nuno Valente Left-Back 4 45 11.3 6 6 3441 860
Scot Gemmill Central Midfield 2 24 12.0 6 3 1656 828
Duncan Ferguson Centre-Forward 5 95 19.0 63 9 3983 797
Tobias Linderoth Defensive Midfield 3 35 11.7 9 8 2345 782
Centre-Forward 2 27 13.5 10 13 1444 722
Victor Anichebe Centre-Forward 8 130 16.3 72 45 5698 712
Jermaine Beckford Centre-Forward 2 34 17.0 19 14 1388 694
Mark Pembridge Left Midfield 3 26 8.7 2 5 2082 694
Magaye Gueye Centre-Forward 3 24 8.0 19 5 765 255
James Vaughan Centre-Forward 7 47 6.7 39 7 1089 156
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2017.12.02 20:14 NoHelpWanted How to tell them I'm in love with them

Ok, ok... so as you can tell, I don't know much about relationships. I'm an awkward lonely potato who is dating a beautiful little potato who looks a lot like Johnny Weir. We'll have been dating for 2 months on the sixth, but I am already bursting with feelings. I tried to slip it in while talking about our meme courtship and how I was leaving them for their booty (we're weird, I know) but I don't think they got it.
I wrote them a poem, but if it's too soon for something like that please tell me. Here it goes:
You say your laugh is ugly,
With all it's silly snorts
But I think it's perfect.
It makes me smile.
I love your perfect face,
Though you look like Johnny Weir.
I want to always be there:
A gentleman protecting his love.
I like your taste in jokes.
I'm glad you never run away when I act weird,
Like when you asked if you were cold like a corpse,
And I said yea but it's okay.
Then I leaned over and whispered
I'm into necrophilia anyway.
You're the best part of my day.
You gave me stars in my eyes
And a smile for my heart
And if you wanted to
You could tear me apart.
I know it might be crazy.
It might be too soon,
But I got to tell you baby:
I think I love you.
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2017.11.30 14:35 revjurneyman Today of the Dead: 11/30

Good morning! Good day!

Music Hall on 1973-11-30

Set 1: Morning Dew, Mexicali Blues, Dire Wolf, Beat It On Down The Line, Brown Eyed Women, Black Throated Wind, Don't Ease Me In, El Paso, They Love Each Other, Big River, Loser, Playin' In The Band
Set 2: Bertha-> Promised Land, Row Jimmy, Jack Straw, Here Comes Sunshine, Weather Report Suite Prelude-> Weather Report Suite Part 1-> Let It Grow-> Dark Star Jam-> Eyes Of The World-> Sugar Magnolia
A Dave Usborne Matrix This date is featured on Dick's Picks 14.
a review from
One of the best sounding treatments of a recording ever. Extraordinary sound. I'm familiar with this show, but DP14 (which I own) sounds nowhere near as good as this MTX. The show is incredible, with an unbelievable 2nd set jam featuring my favorite Eyes ever.

Stanley Theater on 1979-11-30

Set 1: Alabama Getaway-> Greatest Story Ever Told, Peggy-O, Cassidy, Friend Of The Devil, Easy To Love You, El Paso, Tennessee Jed, Dancin' In The Streets-> Deal
Set 2: Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Passenger, Terrapin Station-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Wharf Rat-> Good Lovin',
E: Don't Ease Me In
A Dave Usborne Matrix A note from a humble moderator: "My favorite tour! Don't pass this up without a listen!"
a review from
First off, fantastic matrix work. Keeps the clarity and sharpness of the SBD and adds just enough AUD to fill out the sound and give it that extra punch. Great show as well, as is most of Fall 79. Can't go wrong with this one.

Fox Theatre on 1980-11-30

Set 1: Feel Like A Stranger, Loser, Cassidy, Ramble On Rose, Little Red Rooster, Bird Song, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, It Must Have Been The Roses, Lost Sailor-> Saint Of Circumstance-> Deal Set 2: Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Samson & Delilah-> Ship of Fools-> Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> The Wheel-> China Doll-> Around & Around-> Johnny B. Goode,
E: Uncle John's Band
A Chris Chappell Matrix
a review from
Great sounding source of a big, fat, smoking monster of a show. I think 1980 was every bit as much of a peak year as 1977 was, and here is Exhibit A.

Hara Arena on 1981-11-30

Set 1: Minglewood Blues, Mack The Knife, Bird Song-> Little Red Rooster, They Love Each Other, Cassidy, Tennessee Jed, Let It Grow-> Don't Ease Me In
Set 2: Women Are Smarter, It Must Have Been The Roses, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Sugar Magnolia
E: Might As Well
A Charlie Miller Soundboard
a review from
Miller did a fantastic job with these 81 boards coming out from this late fall/ winter 81 tour...Weir attemp[t]s Mack the Knife for a few verses...the band soon departs from this attempt and they launch into a very brisk Bird song...Rooster and Cassidy are stand-outs as well...2nd set is decent enough

McNichols Sports Arena on 1994-11-30

Touch Of Gray, Greatest Story Ever Told, West L.A. Fadeaway, Queen Jane Approximately, Lazy River Road, Me & My Uncle-> Big River, Loose Lucy, Cassidy Victim Or The Crime, Samba In The Rain, Crazy Fingers, Estimated Prophet-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Space-> I Need A Miracle-> Standing On the Moon-> Turn On Your Love Light,
E: Liberty Audience Recording by Paul B
a review from
I get a kick out of this one. My only Colorado show which is cool after living here now 12 years. I've definitely heard worse. Great song selection. In college in Boulder at the time I had done a project using my Deadbase predicting my chances of seeing some of my favorites. As it turned out, I got one, Loose Lucy. Performance overall is far from lackluster, and can even get fiery. (Standing on the moon has some great Jerry vocals). Recording is a bit Vince heavy at times (check Touch or Estimated). The late era staples Lazy River and Liberty sound great! Not a stretch to give it three stars.

Stay Grateful, Friends!

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2017.10.29 03:55 links234 Omaha Events for the Week of October 29th

I'm trying to keep this a regularly occurring thing and will edit/update it as needed but, be warned, it is a lot of work to generate this. So if I don't get it out some weeks just know that I didn't find the time for it. All of these events can be found on Facebook if you want to RSVP there.

Omaha events for the week of October 29th

Saturday, October 28

Event Time Location Info
Halloween Parties Afternoon-Evening Your local bar
Craft Fair, Bake Sale & Raffle Fund Raiser 10 AM Northwest High, 8204 Crown Point Ave
Great Pumpkin Festival 10 AM Village Pointe Shopping Center
Benson Boo Bash 10:30 AM Downtown Benson
Fall Festival 11 AM Turner Park
Tacoberfest 12 PM Scriptown Brewing Company, 3922 Farnam St
Growl-o-ween 12 PM Woof & Whiskers, 3506 N 147th St # 128
The First ShowCase - The Unexpected Series 3 PM L402, 4422 N 62nd St
Hayrack Ride & Campfire 3 PM Scatter Joy Acres, 4966 Newport Ave
Leah Willhite 3 PM (402) Arts Collective, 6051 Maple St
Deepavali Cultural Program 2017 3 PM Hindu Temple, 13010 Arbor St
Halloween Masquerade Party 4 PM Thunderhead Brewing Taproom, 13304 W Center Rd
Loving Vincent 5:05 PM Film Streams, 1340 Mike Fahey St
Monsters & Masks 6 PM Wired, 5338 N 103rd S
Hallow-Nasty Halloween Party 6 PM Blackstone Meatball, 3910 Harney St
Dismember the Alamo 6 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy
Beercade Halloween Party 7 PM Beercade, 6104 Maple St
Argentine Tango - Dancing and Social with Viviana and Gustavo 7 PM Hotel RL, 3321 S 72nd St
Masquerade at the Castle 7 PM Joslyn Castle, 3902 Davenport St
Dial 'M' For Murder 7 PM Hollywood Candy, 1209 Jackson St
Fright Night 7 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St
Thomas Rhett, Old Dominion & Walker Hayes 7:30 PM CenturyLink Center
NXT LIVE 7:30 PM Ralston Arena
The British Invasion with Billy McGuigan 7:30 PM Holland Center, 1200 Douglas St
Spooktacular Halloween Party with DJ Skatedad 8 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave
Horseshoes & Hand Grenades / Kitchen Dwellers 8 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St
Vundabar 8 PM Petshop, 2725 N 62nd St
Faded w/The B. Baldwin Band 9 PM Harney Street Tavern, 1215 Harney St
Secret Weapon's Dead Man's Party 9 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St
Soul Tree 9 PM Growler USA, 162nd & Maple
The Horror Exam Live! w/ The Basement on a Hill 9 PM Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St
The 80s Weren't So Bad Party with Rock & Roll Suicide 9 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St
Eckophonic 9 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St
Costume Bash w/ 138 & Somewhere Between Heaven & Hell 9 PM Brothers Lounge, 3812 Farnam St
Sell Your Soul III 9 PM The Tavern, 514 S 10th St
The Pinheads 9 PM Dr Jack’s Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St

Sunday, October 29

Event Time Location Info
Palazzo Brunch 10 AM American Italian Heritage Society, 5110 N 132nd St
Michael Fitzsimmons Performance 11:30 AM Gallery 1516, 1516 Leavenworth St
Forest Lawn Cemetery Tour 12 PM Forest Lawn Cemetery $10/person
Old Market Fall Festival 1 PM The Old Market
Sterba Photography Liquidation Sale 1 PM Sterba Tom Photography, 5726 A St
Red Raven Orchestra 2 PM Hotel RL, 3321 S 72nd St
Hammer It Home: The Brides of Dracula 6 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy
Music of the Night - Sing Omaha 6 PM Omaha Kroc Center, 2825 Y St
Bewitcher, Diabolic Possession, Drowning in the Platte, H. Oath 8 PM Dr Jack’s Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St
Hiss Golden Messenger 8 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St
Pert Near Sandstone w/ Dirty River Ramblers 8 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St

Monday, October 30

Event Time Location Info
Halloween Shoot 9 AM Omaha Gun Club, 2828 S 82nd Ave
The Wonder Nook 10 AM The Rose Theater, 2001 Farnam St
Halloween Month at Film Streams 4 PM Film Streams, 1340 Mike Fahey St
Critical Mask Ride! 5 PM Omaha Bicycle Co, 6015 Maple St
Terralsole Tasting with Mario Bollag 5 PM The Winery, 741 N 98th St
Artist Conversation 5:30 PM Union for Contemporary Art, 2423 N 42nd St
Organic Beekeeping Class 5:30 PM Do Space, 7205 Dodge St
Gooch and His Las Vegas Big Band 6:30 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St
Ultimate Halloween Party! 7 PM Legends Patio Grill & Bar, 6910 N 102nd Cir
Acoustic Jam 7 PM Forte Music Hall, 4727 S 96th St
Johnny Gomez 7 PM Hotel RL, 3321 S 72nd St
Drafthouse of Horrors 2017 7 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy
Michelle Eva 's Jam Night 7:30 PM Omaha Lounge, 1505 Farnam St
The Ramparts with Names Without Numbers, Isaiah Dominguez, Leadwolf 8 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave

Tuesday, October 31

Event Time Location Info
Halloween Costume Contest! 10 AM Krypton Comics, 2819 S 125th Ave, Ste 261
Dead End Cemetery Halloween Night 2017 4 PM 13570 W Cir
Halloween Month at Film Streams 4 PM Film Streams, 1340 Mike Fahey St
Harvest Festival 5 PM Omaha Kroc Center, 2825 Y St
Board Game Night 5:30 PM Florence Branch Library, 2920 Bondesson St
Drafthouse of Horrors 2017 7 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy
SunSquabi 7 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St
Halloween Hell House! 7 PM Bourbon Saloon, 311 S 15th St
Jam & Open Mic Night 7 PM Therapy Bar, 5059 S 108th St
Halloween Party and Costume Contest 7 PM Spielbound, 3229 Harney St
Grindhouse: All Hallows' Eve 7 PM Omaha Mining Company, 1715 Leavenworth St
AHS – CULT 9 PM FLIXX Lounge, 1015 S 10th St
Open Mic (Standup) 9 PM The Backline, 1618 Harney St

Wednesday, November 1

Event Time Location Info
NoKXL Overpass Light Brigade 5 PM Memorial Park
Creighton Bluejays vs. Northern State Wolves 6 PM D.J. Sokol Arena, 701 Florence Blvd Basketball
The Wrecks with The Technicolors, Vesperteen 6 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave
Dodgeball Tournament 6 PM Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park, 15364 Weir St
Pink Kadillac 6:30 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St
Mark Nelson 7 PM Jambo Cat, 4916 Underwood Ave
Defining Hope Screening 7 PM Aksarben Cinema, 2110 S 67th St
Weekly Pick-up Volleyball 7 PM Prairie Life Fitness, 2275 S 132nd St
Swampboy Blues Band 7 PM On The Q St Bar, 4821 Q St
Douglas County Libertarian Party 7 PM Omaha Public Library, 5111 N 90th St
The Voice - You will Love Jack Brady 7 PM Hotel RL, 3321 S 72nd St
Carolyn Harrell & Michael Adams 7:30 PM Omaha Lounge, 1505 Farnam St
Literary Pub Quiz with Lydia Kang 8 PM Pageturners Lounge, 5004 Dodge St

Thursday, November 2

Event Time Location Info
Fall Chrysanthemum Show 9 AM Lauritzen Gardens, 100 Bancroft St
2017 Autumn Festival 11 AM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St
Omaha BeerSavvy Bootcamp 12 PM Huber Haus German Bier Hall, 3578 Farnam St
African American Police & Fire Fighters Exhibit 1 PM Great Plains Black History Museum, 2221 N 24th St
Halloween Month at Film Streams 4 PM Film Streams, 1340 Mike Fahey St
Joe McCarthy Solo Acoustic 5 PM The B. Bar, 4330 Leavenworth St
Devil In The Details Chapter 2 6 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St
Thor & Bad Moms Christmas Premiere Party 6 PM Aksarben Cinema, 2110 S 67th St
Dustin Arbuckle and the Damnations 6 PM Chrome Lounge, 8552 Park Dr
Kevin Kelley 6:30 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St
Belly Dance and Drum Circle 6:30 PM Sozo Coffeehouse, 1314 Jones St
Day of Dead Show 7 PM Forte Music Hall, 4727 S 96th St
Will and Grace Viewing Party 7 PM The Max, 1417 Jackson St
The Devil Wears Prada w/ Veil of Maya, Silent Planet & more 7 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St
Christine Coulson: Kick’n Country Hoe-Down 7 PM Hotel RL, 3321 S 72nd St
PWP Live Presents: WrestleRama 7 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St
Stupid [email protected]#%ing Bird 7:30 PM Omaha Community Playhouse, 6915 Cass St
Hakeem/Adams/Arch 7:30 PM Omaha Lounge, 1505 Farnam St
Toro De Force: Hellboy 7:45 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy
Salt Creek 8 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave
Breaking Benjamin – Unplugged 8 PM Sokol Auditorium and Underground, 2234 S 13th St
Jeopardy! with host Chris Larkin 8 PM Mercury, 329 S 16th St
The Yawpers 9 PM O’Leaver’s, 1322 S Saddlecreek Rd
Matt Whipkey 9 PM Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St
Salsa Lesson - Social Dance & Karaoke 9 PM Rehab Lounge, 2615 S 120th St
Chris Shelton 9:30 PM Dubliner Pub, 1205 Harney St
The Solo Cup (Improv) 10 PM The Backline, 1618 Harney St

Friday, November 3

Event Time Location Info
Fall Chrysanthemum Show 9 AM Lauritzen Gardens, 100 Bancroft St
2017 Autumn Festival 11 AM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St
First Friday Family Date Night - Superhero Night 5 PM Omaha Children’s Museum, 500 S 20th St
One Year Later: Trumplings (opening reception) 6 PM The Little Gallery, 5901 Maple St
Wheeels & Friends 6 PM Hotel RL, 3321 S 72nd St
2017 Omaha Zombie Walk 6:30 PM 5603 Northwest Radial Hwy
Bailey Audrey 7 PM Flagship Commons, 10000 California St
Seven Lenses 7 PM Petshop, 2725 N 62nd St
Creighton Bluejays vs. UNC Pembroke Braves 7 PM CenturyLink Center
Van Gogh & Me 7 PM The Rose Theater, 2001 Farnam St
The Dead Leaves Autumn Breeze Tour 7 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St
Movie Night: Listopad 7 PM Czech and Slovak Center, 7400 Dodge St, Ste D11 A
Stupid [email protected]#%ing Bird 7:30 PM Omaha Community Playhouse, 6915 Cass St
Amateur Strip Night 8 PM The Max, 1417 Jackson St
Music Vs Comedy With Low D, SWM And Bill Queen 8:30 PM Dr Jack’s Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St
Event Dance Party 9 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave
STARBOUND w/ Special Guest: T Philly's Tenderness. 9 PM Wired, 5338 N 103rd S
Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal 9 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St
Cover Me Badd 9 PM Forte Music Hall, 4727 S 96th St
The Toppings // Kingfisher // Spirit Fox 9 PM The Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St
Taxi Driver 9 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St
HI-FI Hangover 9:20 PM Chrome Lounge, 8552 Park Dr
Jerry Pranksters 9:30 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St
Tim Zach & Whiskey Bent 9:30 PM Two Fine Irishmen, 18101 R Plz, Ste 108
Connor Dowling 9:30 PM Dubliner Pub, 1205 Harney St
Domestic Blend ~ Smoove ~ Bach Mai 10 PM O’Leaver’s, 1322 S Saddlecreek Rd
Universe Contest Album Release w/Lodgings/Pets With Human Names 10 PM The Sydney, 5918 Maple St

Saturday, November 4

Event Time Location Info
Fall Chrysanthemum Show 9 AM Lauritzen Gardens, 100 Bancroft St
Community Survey with Senator Vargas! 10 AM 713 Caniglia Plz
2017 Autumn Festival 11 AM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St
UFC 2017 - Michael Bisping vs Georges St-Pierre 12 PM Cove Lounge, 3525 N 147th St, Ste 201
Dump Trump Day! 1 PM Dundee-Memorial Park
Meet & Greet with Hands, Hearts & Paws! 1 PM The Green Spot, 1110 S 71st St, Ste K
Creighton Bluejays vs. Marquette Golden Eagles 1 PM D.J. Sokol Arena, 701 Florence Blvd Volleyball
ISU vs. West Virginia Gamewatch 2:30 PM Dudley’s Pizza & Tavern, 2110 S 67th St, Ste 108
Celebracion Dia De Los Muertos Art Show 4 PM Apollon Art Space, 1801 Vinton St
Safe Haven Fundraiser: Comedy, Music, Food & Fun! 5 PM Sozo Coffeehouse, 1314 Jones St
Reading of the Play “Sedition” 6 PM First Unitarian Church, 3114 Harney St
NOW This Is Magnum 6 PM Sokol Auditorium and Underground, 2234 S 13th St
Seeking Justice and Peace in Palestine and Israel 6:30 PM Urban Abbey, 1026 Jackson St
Van Gogh & Me 7 PM The Rose Theater, 2001 Farnam St
Boot Scootin Boogie Night: Sips and Dip 7 PM Omaha Ballroom, 5038 S 153rd St
Stupid [email protected]#%ing Bird 7:30 PM Omaha Community Playhouse, 6915 Cass St
Swingin' Utters, Western Settings, Darius Koski, Joystick 8 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St
The Urge with Clever & Mandown 8 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St
Jeff Krause Music 8 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St
Kimberly Dunn 8 PM Reverb Lounge, 6121 Military Ave
Terry/Tyi/Joel/Ed 8:30 PM Omaha Lounge, 1505 Farnam St
Imaginary Friends 9 PM Forte Music Hall, 4727 S 96th St
BONES EP Release - w/ Jack Hotel, Jeff Krause and the Shineys! 9 PM The Down Under Lounge, 3530 Leavenworth St
Skysail / Those Guys / Cynge 9 PM Dr Jack’s Drinkery, 3012 N 102nd St
When Particles Collide//Muscle Cousins//Robo Dojo 9 PM Barley Street Tavern, 2735 N 62nd St
Busman's Holiday w/ Kait Berreckman 9 PM Slowdown, 729 N 14th St
Chad Lee 9 PM Growler USA, 162nd & Maple
Joystick 9 PM Ozone Lounge, 7220 F St
Mr. Sinister 9:30 PM Chrome Lounge, 8552 Park Dr
Connor Dowling 9:30 PM Dubliner Pub, 1205 Harney St
Horror Show: Mimic (35mm) 10:30 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy
Fiesta Latina 10:30 PM Little Espana, 11036 Elm st

Sunday, November 5

Event Time Location Info
Fall Chrysanthemum Show 9 AM Lauritzen Gardens, 100 Bancroft St
All Ages Volunteer Event 10 AM Siena/Francis House Homeless Shelter, 1702 Nicholas St
2017 Autumn Festival 11 AM Ralston Arena, 7300 Q St
Fall Pasta Dinner & Fundraiser 12 PM American Italian Heritage Society, 5110 N 132nd St
Best of Omaha Festival 1 PM Baxter Arena, 2425 S 67th St
Creighton Bluejays vs. DePaul Blue Demons 1 PM D.J. Sokol Arena, 701 Florence Blvd Volleyball
Conservative-Liberal Dialogues 2 PM First Unitarian Church, 3114 Harney St
Chili Cook Off 4 PM Burke’s Pub, 6117 Maple St
Van Gogh & Me 7 PM The Rose Theater, 2001 Farnam St
Skyburial / Filth 7 PM Lookout Lounge, 320 S 72nd St
Festival of South African Dance 7 PM Orpheum Theatre, 1200 Douglas St
50th Anniversary: The Dirty Dozen 7 PM Alamo Drafthouse, 12750 Westport Pkwy
Omaha Jewish Film Festival: There are Jews Here 7 PM JCC Omaha, 333 S 132nd St
Stupid [email protected]#%ing Bird 7:30 PM Omaha Community Playhouse, 6915 Cass St
Montana of 300 8 PM The Waiting Room, 612 Maple St
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2017.07.02 18:26 feedreddit THE PRESIDENT posts a video of himself pummeling a man with CNN logo on his face -- CNN: ‘We will keep doing our jobs. He should start doing his’ -- SASSE punts on '20

THE PRESIDENT posts a video of himself pummeling a man with CNN logo on his face -- CNN: ‘We will keep doing our jobs. He should start doing his’ -- SASSE punts on '20
by [email protected] (Daniel Lippman) via POLITICO - TOP Stories
THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES tweeted a 28-second video of himself punching someone whose face is covered by the CNN logo. The altered video is from one of his appearances 10 years ago on WWE.
THE TWEET -- THE PRESIDENT at 9:21 a.m.: “#FraudNewsCNN #FNN”
LET’S BE CLEAR -- The president has just sent his 33 million followers a video of himself pummeling a man covered by the CNN logo. CNN anchors and reporters -- indeed, anchors and reporters from many media outlets -- have been threatened and harassed. The president tweeted this message from the comfort of his summer golf home in New Jersey, surrounded by Secret Service. Meanwhile journalists are in the field, across the country and the world.
THE WHITE HOUSE keeps telling us the president wants to talk about policy, but the media doesn’t want to cover it. Since June 30, the president has tweeted once about health care -- and it was to suggest a new strategy for Republicans. He has tweeted eight times about the media.
CNN’s FIERY RESPONSE: “It is a sad day when the President of the United States encourages violence against reporters. Clearly, Sarah Huckabee Sanders lied when she said the President had never done so. Instead of preparing for his overseas trip, his first meeting with Vladimir Putin, dealing with North Korea and working on his health care bill, he is instead involved in juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office. We will keep doing our jobs. He should start doing his.”
THE WHITE HOUSE did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the tweet.
FROM A D.C. REPUBLICAN: “Lord almighty. It seriously gets worse every day.”
-- @NancyPelosi: “Violence & violent imagery to bully the press must be rejected. This #July4th, celebrate freedom of the press, guardians to our democracy”.
TOM BOSSERT, the president’s homeland security adviser, walked onto Martha Raddatz’s set on ABC’s “This Week” just moments after the tweet posted. Jake showed him the video on his iPhone just as he was walking out of the green room. Raddatz asked him for his reaction on set. “There’s a lot of cable news shows that reach directly into hundreds of thousands of viewers that are really not very fair to the president. So I’m very proud of the president for developing a Twitter and social media platform where he can talk directly to the American people.” He said Trump is the most “genuine president” and “non-politician president” in our time. “No one would perceive that as a threat,” Bossert said.
BUZZFEED: “The edited version of the clip has circulated on Reddit’s The_Donald -- which has become a hub for followers of alt-right, far-right, and Trump supporters -- over the last few days prior to the President tweeting it. It is not clear how the president became aware of the clip.”
-- REMEMBER: A few weeks ago, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot and he now lays in a Washington hospital recovering. The president, at that time, called for the country to unify. He was roundly praised. Republicans and Democrats said it was time to ratchet down the political rhetoric.
ANA NAVARRO, on “This Week”: “It is an incitement to violence. He is going to get somebody killed in the media. Maybe that will stop him.”
KEEP IN MIND -- Ben Jacobs, a reporter from The Guardian, was recently bodyslammed by a congressional candidate.
BY THE WAY … The man whose face is covered up appears to be Vince McMahon, the husband of Small Business Administrator Linda McMahon. See the original clip from 10 years ago
-- BARACK OBAMA in Jakarta, Indonesia, per the AP: “‘I wasn’t worried about what was in the newspapers today,’ former President Barack Obama said Saturday during a nostalgic visit to Indonesia's capital, his childhood home. ‘What I was worried about was, ‘What are they going to write about me 20 years from now when I look back?’”
-- MITCH MCCONNELL, per the AP, in Kentucky: “‘If Republican Senators are unable to pass what they are working on now, they should immediately REPEAL, and then REPLACE at a later date!’ Trump wrote early Friday. Later that day, McConnell told reporters after an event in his home state of Kentucky that the health bill was challenging but ‘we are going to stick with that path.’ He added: ‘It’s not easy making America great again, is it?’”
PRESIDENT TRUMP at the “Celebrate Freedom” rally honoring veterans last night at the Kennedy Center: “My administration is transferring power outside of Washington and returning it to where it belongs, the people. The fake media is trying to silence us but we will not let them. The people know the truth. The fake media tried to stop us from going to the White House, but I’m president and they’re not. … “The fact is the press destroyed themselves because they went too far. Instead of being subtle and smart, they used the hatchet and the people saw it right from the beginning. ... The dishonest media will not stop us from accomplishing our objectives on behalf of the American people. Their agenda is not your agenda.”
-- DESPITE THE BLUSTER, we’d venture to say President Trump has given nearly as many interviews to the New York Times and Washington Post since winning the presidency in November than Barack Obama did in eight years. Right?
-- @maggieNYT: “POTUS used July 4 vets event to attack the press/first amendment: ‘The fact is the press destroyed themselves because they went too far.’”
-- QUICK NOTE: Imagine if Barack Obama used a veterans event to attack the press.
THE NEW WALL STREET JOURNAL -- SAM WALKER, the deputy enterprise editor at the WSJ (@samwalkers): “Are WH attacks on TV media ‘news’? I dunno... These @shaneharris scoops definitely are:
FOR POSTERITY [email protected] at 3:41 p.m.: “My use of social media is not Presidential - it’s MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL. Make America Great Again!”
IVANKA WATCH -- “When Dad’s the president -- a look inside Ivanka Trump’s complicated world,” by WaPo’s Monica Hesse and Krissah Thompson: “Ivanka Trump’s office: clean, white, quiet. A zone of punctual start times and promptly-offered water bottles, and a conference table at which she conducts meetings. A short, winding walk away from her father’s Oval Office downstairs. She does not necessarily appreciate daily schedules. Neither does her father. When Ivanka needs to see the president, she stops by. When he needs to see her, he calls. When he wants her opinion, he asks for it and she gives it, but without expectation that it will be followed.She sees her role as not to persuade, but to inform and support ...
“Anyone who has invested in her the ability to change her father clearly doesn’t understand the dynamic that has always governed their relationship and also the dynamic of a president and his staff. After all, she works for him. ... When she disagrees with her dad, she asks herself whether the issue was a campaign promise or not. If it was, she readily suppresses her own wishes. She believes that doing otherwise would undermine what the American people voted for. She asks herself why her opinion is more right than the 46 percent of the country who put her father in office.”
NOTHING TO SEE HERE -- “With health bill looming, senators aren’t rushing into the July Fourth spotlight,” by WaPo’s Paul Kane: “Sen. Susan Collins will celebrate the Fourth of July within view of the Canadian border, at a remote northeastern Maine town’s annual parade. Sen. Lisa Murkowski will appear on the other end of the continent in an old timber town on an isolated Alaskan island. These two Republican senators, critical swing votes in the debate over health-care legislation, are not exactly rushing into the public spotlight to engage their constituents on the controversial plan and their own decision-making about the proposal.
“Then again, at least they have released information about where they will be. That’s more than most Senate Republicans have done at the start of a 10-day break wrapped around the nation’s Independence Day celebration. This creates the belief among liberal activists that Republicans are trying to hide, which in turn primes every public moment to become that much more confrontational.”
-- W.H. LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR MARC SHORT ON TIMING, to JOHN ROBERTS on “Fox News Sunday”: “Well, look, we’ve gone through a long process in the House and got it completed and passed in the House. We now are in the Senate where there’s been obviously a lot of procedural delays in this process. We are at the point of scoring two separate bills throughout the course of this recess this week. So, we hope that we come back the week after recess, we'll have a vote.”
WHAT BRAD PARSCALE IS READING -- “Pro-Trump Twitter operatives market paid tweets,” by Shawn Musgrave: “From the moment he declared his candidacy, President Trump commanded legions of online followers. Now, having helped win the White House, factions of self-made social media operatives are redirecting their skills and infrastructure to promote other candidates nationwide. Some are even vying to spin their experiences from the presidential race into new business models, seeking to promote other candidates by paying pro-Trump Twitter users to tweet and retweet scripted messages. Pro-Trump tweeters say they deserve at least partial credit for defeating Hillary Clinton, as well as for the string of Republican victories in recent special elections. A handful are pursuing paid gigs from aspiring conservative politicians, pitching their organized -- and often secretive -- follower networks to ‘America First’ candidates willing to pay.
“It’s an unproven concept, one viewed with skepticism from established campaign veterans and with varying levels of disdain from those who tweet Trump’s virtues for free. After all, Twitter derives its power from authentic, grass-roots messaging. But pay-to-tweet enthusiasts say they’re selling the future of social media strategy, and that candidates won’t have any choice but to pay.”
MAUREEN DOWD in the NYT: “Cruella de Trump”: “The 71-year-old president’s pathological inability to let go of slights; his strongman reflex to be the aggressor and bite back like a cornered animal, without regard for societal norms; his lack of self-awareness about the power he commands and the proportionality of his responses; his grotesque hunger for flattery and taste for Tony Soprano tactics; his Pravda partnership with David Pecker, the head honcho at The National Enquirer, which has been giving Trump the Il Duce treatment while sliming his political opponents, the ‘Morning Joe’ anchors and Megyn Kelly -- these are all matters that should alarm men and women equally.
“Trump has moved his shallow kiddie wading pool of gossip and ridicule from Trump Tower to the White House, where it is so outlandishly out of place that it often feels like we have a Page Six reporter as our president. … Before he got to D.C., Trump was used to media that could be bought, sold and bartered with. He is not built for this hostile environment and it shows in his deteriorating psychological state. Even though he’s in the safest space of all, he’s not in a safe space.”
THE WHITE HOUSE appears to be putting more of their aides on television to talk about the president’s agenda. They had Tom Bossert, the president’s homeland security adviser, on ABC and Marc Short, the president’s legislative affairs director, on Fox. The Trump administration has had no one on the Sunday shows on many occasions. A few weeks ago, Trump’s attorney Jay Sekulow went on the shows.
SUNDAY BEST -- HHS SECRETARY TOM PRICE to NBC’S CHUCK TODD on “MEET THE PRESS” -- TODD: “I’m just asking you as a father. If your son tweeted about a woman like that, what would you say to him?” PRICE: “Chuck, you know, this is really remarkable. You’ve got incredible challenges across this nation, incredible challenges around the world. The challenge that I've been given is to address the health care issues. And your program, a program with the incredible history of Meet the Press, and that’s what you want to talk about?” TODD: “I don’t.” PRICE:“Let me suggest to you that the American people want to talk about the challenges.”
TODD: “Mr. Secretary, I don’t. Mr. Secretary, with all due respect, you’re blaming me for what the president of the United States has spent his entire week focused on?” PRICE: “No. Listen to me, with all due respect. The American people are concerned about a health care system that is not providing choices, where premiums are going up, where insurance companies are vacating markets all across this land. And that’s what they want us to concentrate on. And that’s what they want us to fix. And that’s what I and the president are working on.”
-- CANCEL AUGUST RECESS: “Let's bring everybody into the room. Let’s do this full-time 18 hours a day, six days a week. Let’s cancel the August state work period, and let’s do it in full public view and have hearings and get to work on something that works better than Obamacare. We pledged that, and the American people deserve that.”
-- NO ANSWER ABOUT A 2020 CHALLENGE TO TRUMP: TAPPER: “So, senator, you're not taking that advice. In fact, you’re going to be crossing the Missouri on Friday, going to Iowa and speaking at the Judge Joseph Story Dinner. Is there any chance that you will challenge President Trump for the Republican nomination in 2020?”
SASSE: “Well, first of all, let’s be clear why I’m going to be in Iowa this weekend. I don’t want to admit it anywhere, let alone on national TV, but Nebraska lost to Iowa last year in a football game, and I lost a bet. So, I have to drive Uber in Iowa next weekend. So, that’s the reason I’m going to be in Iowa. It’s about Hawkeyes and Huskers’ bloodletting on the football field and the aftermath of that. But I don’t know who that guy is in your segment, but here’s what I believe.
“I believe that, on the Fourth of July weekend, we ought to have every kid in America having their moms and dads and aunts and uncles and grandmas and grandpas getting together and saying, we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men and women are created equal, that they’re endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
“That’s what America is about. It’s not about Republicans and Democrats who have important differences on policy screaming at each other that the other side wants to kill somebody. Politics are subordinate to the things that are supposed to unite Americans. And this is a weekend that we should be celebrating all that.”
JOHN ROBERTS talks with SEN. JOE MANCHIN (D-W.VA.) on “FOX NEWS SUNDAY” -- “Manchin: Dems want to work with Trump on health care,” by Connor O’Brien: “Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin on Sunday said members of his party are willing to work with Republicans and President Donald Trump to find a bipartisan solution on health care. ... ‘I want him to know there are Democrats that want to work with him,’ Manchin said. ‘But right now, they can’t even repeal it. They can’t get 50 votes to repeal it because somebody’s getting hurt more than what they’re willing to sign on to.’ ‘Look at some of us. Work with us Democrats who are willing to meet you in the middle, who have always been willing to meet you in the middle,’ Manchin said.”
JOHN DICKERSON talks with SEN. MIKE LEE (R-UTAH) on CBS's "FACE THE NATION: DICKERSON: "If Republicans can't agree on a replacement option at the moment why would they be able to agree on one in the future?" LEE: "Well, if we adopted a measure, if we passed a measure repealing Obamacare, and put a delayed implementation measure in there. With the understanding that at that point after passing the repeal measure we would undertake the step by step process of deciding what comes next. I think it's easier, sometimes when you lump too many things into one piece of legislation, you doom its likelihood of success and I fear that that might be where we are today and i think that explains a lot of what President Trump was talking about in his tweet the other day. What Senator Sasse mentioned in his series of communications on Friday and I think it’s very much worth considering, it’s consistent with what I thought would be better, a more likely to succeed legislative strategy over the last six months."
REMEMBER THIS GUY? -- “Christie adds government shutdown to his legacy: The move comes after New Jersey lawmakers failed to pass a budget by the annual deadline,” by New Jersey Playbooker Matt Friedman: “Chris Christie is heading into his final six months as governor presiding over New Jersey’s biggest government crisis in more than a decade: A shutdown that will literally turn the lights out in Trenton. New Jersey lawmakers failed to pass a budget by the annual deadline at midnight last night, and Christie promptly issued an order sparking the closure of government offices and services deemed non-essential. State parks and beaches will likely be closed this morning, just in time for the holiday, as will motor vehicle offices. Courts could be closed come Monday. Tens of thousands of state government employees will be furloughed. …
“‘It’s all going to come down to when folks get up tomorrow for the July 4th weekend and drive down to Island Beach State Park to spend the day and a sign says it’s closed,’ said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling Institute. ‘They’re going to blame Gov. Christie and nobody else.’” … Subscribe to New Jersey Playbook
-- “Illinois blows budget deadline as threat of downgrade looms,”by Illinois Playbooker Natasha Korecki: “Illinois lawmakers blew their deadline for a budget agreement and instead entered their third fiscal year without a spending plan on Saturday, despite worries about the state facing an unprecedented downgrade to junk status.” … Subscribe to Illinois Playbook
THE CABINET -- NYT A1, “E.P.A. Chief Voids Obama-Era Rules in Blazing Start,” by Coral Davenport (online headline: “Counseled by Industry, Not Staff, E.P.A. Chief Is Off to a Blazing Start”): “In the four months since he took office as the Environmental Protection Agency’s administrator, Scott Pruitt has moved to undo, delay or otherwise block more than 30 environmental rules, a regulatory rollback larger in scope than any other over so short a time in the agency’s 47-year history, according to experts in environmental law. Mr. Pruitt’s supporters, including President Trump, have hailed his moves as an uprooting of the administrative state and a clearing of onerous regulations that have stymied American business. Environmental advocates have watched in horror as Mr. Pruitt has worked to disable the authority of the agency charged with protecting the nation’s air, water and public health.”
STEVEN BRILL in WaPo’s Outlook section, “Nine ways to really fix Obamacare”:
MEDIAWATCH -- “Wall Street Journal Said to Reduce Print Operations Outside U.S.,” by NYT’s Emily Steel and Prashant S. Rao: “The Wall Street Journal is scaling back its print operations in Europe and Asia, two people familiar with the plans said … [as] part of efforts by the news organization to cut costs and focus on its digital offerings. The latest move would involve greatly reducing publication of its print newspaper in Europe … That includes eliminating free copies and reducing hotel distribution deals that are not profitable. The Journal will continue to publish an Asian edition in Tokyo, but is exploring other ways to reduce print publishing elsewhere in Asia.”
FUN READ – “Beach reading for a summer of scandal,” by Darren Samuelsohn: “Feeling overwhelmed by nonstop news about the Russia probe and desperate for some historical context? Do you work or live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? If you answered yes to either of those questions, POLITICO has some summer reading recommendations for you. We canvassed veterans of previous investigations and longtime Washington fixtures for suggestions beyond All the President’s Men. Our list covers everything from subpoenas to grand juries and how a White House can weather scandal. Ahead of the Fourth of July holiday, here’s some great material to pack in your beach bag:
“‘A Timeline: Russia and President Trump,’ by Steven Harper, recommended by Nick Akerman, former assistant Watergate prosecutor ... ‘All the King’s Men,’ by Robert Penn Warren, recommended by Jim Manley ... ‘The Breach,’ by Peter Baker, recommended by Don Goldberg, former crisis communications spokesman, Clinton White House.” With four more selections
BONUS GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman, filing from Great Barrington, Massachusetts:
--“The Rise of the Thought Leader: How the superrich have funded a new class of intellectual,” by David Sessions in TNR: “Interviewed for The Ideas Industry, [Niall] Ferguson is frank about his transformation from Oxford don to thought leader: ‘I did it all for the money.’ ... Thought leaders all share a core view that extreme wealth and the channels by which it was obtained are not only legitimate but heroic.” (h/t
--“Zohar’s Translation Unlocks the Secrets of Jewish Mysticism in an Age of Extremism,” by Newsweek’s Alexander Nazaryan: “Imagine the Old Testament as written by H.P. Lovecraft, Bible stories tripping on acid, rendered in difficult-to-decipher Aramaic, full of wisdom and beauty but shrouded in obscurity, a 1,900-page text written more than 700 years ago whose teachings have been embraced by celebrities like Madonna but not fully understood even by most scholars of Judaism.”
--“How We Save Face--Researchers Crack the Brain’s Facial-Recognition Code,” by Knvul Sheikh in Scientific American: “A Caltech team has deciphered the way we identify faces, re-creating what the brain sees from its electrical activity.”
--“Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science?” by Stephen Buranyi in the Guardian: “Despite the narrow audience, scientific publishing is a remarkably big business. With total global revenues of more than £19bn, it weighs in somewhere between the recording and the film industries in size, but it is far more profitable.”
--“Retail giants enable trucker exploitation,” by Brett Murphy in USA Today: “Powerhouses such as Target, Costco benefit while drivers plunge into debt.”
--“Anxiety at the Gates,” by Edward Schwarzschild in Hazlitt: “[E]very morning, as part of my job [as a TSA screener], I was supposed to run my hands up and down the legs, torsos, and arms of my fellow citizens. I was supposed to do this in such a way that no one would feel groped. Our cheerful instructors offered guidance. Exert the same pressure you use to spread peanut butter on a sandwich. Say clearly what you’re going to do and then do it. We’d grow numb to it before long, they assured us.” (h/t
--“The Killer in the Pool,” by Tim Zimmermann in the July 2010 issue of Outside magazine – per’s description: “In February 2010, a killer whale named Tilikum dragged his SeaWorld trainer into the pool and drowned her. It was the third time the orca had been involved in a death during his 27 years in captivity. This is his story.”
--“In the Light of the Conflict: Photographer Andrew Quilty’s experience in Afghanistan,” by Jelena Bjelica on Afghan Analysts Network: “I do not think of myself as a huge risk taker. A lot of planning goes into travel outside Kabul. We do not just jump in a taxi and head for the hills. I was inexperienced and a bit ignorant in Badakhshan, and probably pushed my luck more than I would these days. Now, working with colleagues, I’m often the one telling journalists to wrap up their interviews because it feels like we have been in one place too long.” ... 26 of his Afghan pix on one page
--“The Shah of Iran: An Interview with Mohammad Reza Pahlevi,” by Oriana Falaci in the Dec. 1, 1973 New Republic: “‘[A] monarchy is the only possible means to govern Iran. If I have been able to do something, a lot, in fact, for Iran, it is owing to the detail, slight as it may seem, that I’m its king. To get things done, one needs power, and to hold onto power one mustn’t ask anyone’s permission or advice.”
--“The Gay Men Who Fled Chechnya’s Purge,” by Masha Gessen in the New Yorker: “The stories of those who survived detention and torture and are now living undercover in Putin’s Russia.”
--“The Future of Coal Country,” by Eliza Griswold in the New Yorker: “A local environmental activist fights to prepare her community for life beyond mining.”
--“The Polaroids of the Cowboy Poet,” by Dan Zak in the Jan. 13, 2016 WaPo: “He captured a crumbling city and almost went down with it. Then one man saw his photos."
SPOTTED IN NANTUCKET: Greta Van Susteren and John Coale walking on the island’s Straight Wharf dock on Friday night.
OUT AND ABOUT IN THE HAMPTONS -- LALLY WEYMOUTH held her annual summer party last night at her house in Southampton. There was a long gold carpet entrance from where the parking was to a big tent next to her house. She served champagne, rare filet, fried chicken, cornbread, a big chocolate cake, ice cream and cookies decorated as American flags. Brother Don Graham did a big tribute to toast Lally (whose birthday is tomorrow) and shouted out Steven Spielberg’s upcoming film about how Ben Bradlee and Katharine Graham challenged the government for the right to publish the Pentagon Papers in 1971 (Tom Hanks is playing Bradlee and Meryl Streep is playing Graham). Don made a big deal that Spielberg was there and jokingly conceived a Spielberg movie about Lally and described the cast (some actors and some in the room).
-- SPOTTED: Jared and Ivanka chatting with Joel Klein and Alan Patricof, Kellyanne Conway on the dance floor, Boyden Gray, Chris Ruddy, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and wife Iris, Katharine Weymouth, Mary Jordan, Richard Cohen, Margaret Carlson, Gillian Tett, Steven Spielberg chatting with Steve Clemons and Robert Hormats, Carl Icahn, Tom Lee (famous for doing a leveraged buyout of Snapple and now lives in Princess Radziwill’s house), Charles Koch, John Paulson, Dina Powell, Richard Edelman, George Soros and his wife Tamiko Bolton, former Florida Gov. and Sen. Bob Graham (Lally’s uncle), her cousin Gwen Graham (who is running for Florida governor), Maria Bartiromo, Ray Kelly, Bill Bratton, Alan Patricof, Jeff Rosen, William Drozdiak, Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-N.Y.).
SPOTTED at a dinner Friday night in Aspen in honor of Fareed Zakaria hosted at the residence of Alexandra Munroe, senior curator at the Guggenheim and her husband Robert Rosenkranz, chairman of Intelligence Squared US: former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, K.R. Sridhar, Karen Brooks and Bob and Soledad Hurst. Pic
WEEKEND WEDDINGS – “Chrysovalantis Kefalas, Thomas Pavlick” – N.Y. Times: “Mr. Kefalas, 37, is a vice president for executive communications at the National Association of Manufacturers, an advocacy group based in Washington. He graduated from Loyola University Maryland and received a law degree from the University of Baltimore. ... Mr. Pavlick [Tommy McFly], 31, is the host of ‘The Tommy Show,’ a weekly talk show on CBS Radio’s 94.7 Fresh FM in Bethesda, Md., and a special-projects reporter for WUSA 9, a television station in Washington. He graduated from Luzerne County Community College. ... The couple were introduced through mutual friends in July 2013 at Lauriol Plaza, a restaurant in Washington.” With pic
--POOL REPORT FROM KELLEY MCCORMICK: The ceremony was at “Sagamore Pendry Hotel in Baltimore on Saturday night, surrounded by family and friends. Officiated by Bob Madigan, serenaded by Erin Willett [of ‘The Voice’] and attended by Kelly Collis, Jen Richer, Samuel Ashner, and Zoe Shyn. Late night pizza and dancing was still going on when this report was filed [at 1:24 a.m.], with music being spun by DJ Neekola.” Pics ... ... The autobiographical cake by Charm City Cakes
SPOTTED: Ellie Schafer and Heather Rothenberg, Tammy Haddad, Kate Bennett, Kevin Baron, Cathy Merrill, Susanna Quinn, Matt Glassman (credited for first introducing the couple), Kelley and Brian McCormick, Jay Timmons and Rick Olson, Erin Streeter and Chris Israel, Wendy Gordon, Jill Collins, Elizabeth and Penelope Thorp, Jake Maccoby, Kris Van Cleve, Emily Miller, Peter Morris, Barbara and John Martin, Mike Drachkovitch and special guest Connor O’Donnell.
--“Eliese Lissner, Derek Callahan”: “The bride, 28 ... is the director of missions and an associate director of leadership at the Anti-Defamation League in New York. She develops international travel programs to engage lay leadership, and recently coordinated the league’s mission to Rome, where she met Pope Francis. She graduated from Drew University and received a master’s degree in integrated marketing from N.Y.U. ... The groom, 30, is a news producer in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., for CNBC’s ‘Mad Money,’ a financial investment program hosted by Jim Cramer, and is pursuing an M.B.A. through Syracuse. He graduated from Ithaca College.” With pic
OBAMA ALUMNI -- “Nirupama Rao, Matthew Landy”: “The bride, 35, is an assistant professor of economics and public policy at N.Y.U. Next month, she is to join the faculty of the University of Michigan. She graduated from M.I.T., where she also received a Ph.D. in economics. From 2015 to 2016, she served as a senior economist at the Council of Economic Advisers in Washington. … The groom, 44, is a portfolio manager in New York for Lazard Asset Management. He also serves on the board of Friends of the Children New York, a nonprofit that mentors at-risk children. He graduated from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.”
--Former Obama White House intern and Navy officer Mark Jbeily married Helen Hansen, art historian and Courtauld alum, at Perkins Chapel in Dallas on Saturday. “Helen and Mark met in their first day of their first class of their first year at UT. Both just finished graduate school in the UK where Mark was a Marshall Scholar, and they are now off to Pensacola for Mark’s naval aviation training.” Pics ...
TRANSITIONS: Chris Kelley has started on API’s federal relations team as a director focused on international and corporate issues. He most recently was deputy chief of staff for Rep. Brad Ashford (D-Neb.).
BIRTHWEEK (was Friday): Kristen Ellingboe, researcher for CAP Action
BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: Jonathan Capehart, WaPo opinion writer and MSNBC contributor. How he’s celebrating: “I’ll be with my husband Nick with our friends Bryan Rafanelli and Mark Walsh at their home in Provincetown.” Read his Playbook Plus Q&A:
BIRTHDAYS: Courtney Geduldig, EVP of public affairs of S&P Global ... Brad Todd, founding partner of On Message … David Lopez, director of special projects and advisor to the president and CEO at the Kaiser Family Foundation and an Obama WH alum ... Luci Baines Johnson is 7-0 -- she was recognized in a bipartisan Congressional Record tribute by Reps. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas) and Joe Barton (R-Texas): (hat tip: Lyndon Boozer) ... Katherine Lehr ... Politico’s Victoria Adeniji and Maria Rivero ... DCCC deputy research director Sammi McClain, an HFA alum … former White House chief of staff and former N.H. Gov John H. Sununu is 78 (h/t Ryan Williams) ... former Mexican President Vicente Fox is 75 (h/t Mexican Amb. to the U.S. Geronimo Gutiérrez, Fox’s former undersecretary of foreign affairs) ... Larry David is 7-0 (h/t Dick Keil) ... former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos is 88 ... Scott McGee of Kelley Drye & Warren ... Matthew Dybwad, senior sales account manager at Adobe ... Fenton CEO Ben Wyskida is 4-0 ... Gus Ericson is 27 … Kara Rowland, Fox News Capitol Hill producer ... CNN Politics’ Alysha Love ... Berrin Tunçel ... Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) is 33 (h/t Nala) ... Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-Calif.) is 56 ... Rep. Randy Weber (R-Tex.) is 64 ... former Rep. Mike Castle (R-Del.) is 78 ... Collin Davenport is 31 ... RSLC’s Devon Gallagher ... WaPo’s Jessie Niewold ...
... Gina Woodworth, SVP of public policy and gov’t affairs at the Internet Association ... Derek Gianino, director of international policy at the U.S. Chamber … U.S. Army Captain Chuck Nadd, founder of nonprofit Operation American Dream ... Sara Roberts ... NFL’s Caroline Keyes ... Arkadi Gerney, executive director of the Hub Project and SVP of campaigns and strategies at CAP Action ... Ethan Oberman, co-founder and CEO of SpiderOak, is 41 ... Trevor Neilson ... Jean Cecil Frick ... Marie Formica, delivery manager at Benefitfocus and FamousDC alum ... Reuters’ Michele Gershberg ... Sam Nitz ... Jonathan Woods … Brooke Oberwetter Coon … Emily Stanitz … Lily Velasquez … Lyndsey (Hamilton) Fifield ... Hannah Rosenthal … Sam Hutchison … Michael Matthews … John Brown ... Susan Vilmain (h/ts Teresa Vilmain) ... Ali Chishti ... Ashley Zohn ... Mike Chapman ... Josh Cahan ... figure skater Johnny Weir is 33 ... Lindsay Lohan is 31 ... actress Margot Robbie is 27 (h/ts AP)
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2017.06.18 06:07 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2010 (out of the 7,269 films released worldwide that year.)

  1. Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale (Directors: John Dunson + Sean Dunson)
  2. High School Musical: China (Director: Shi-Zheng Chen)
  3. Little Gobie (Director: Tony Tang)
  4. Mandie and the Cherokee Treasure (Director: Joy Chapman)
  5. Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega (Director: Cosmo Segurson)
  6. Once Upon An Island (Director: undisclosed)
  7. Ramona And Beezus (Director: Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum)
  8. Santa’s Apprentice (Director: Luc Vinciguerra)
  9. Slow Moe (Director: Timothy J. Nelson)
  10. Space Dogs (Directors: Inna Evlannikova + Svyatoslav Ushakov)
  11. Strawberry Shortcake: The Glimmerberry Ball Movie (Director: Michael Hack)
  12. The Nutcrackers (Director: Alex Colls)
  13. The Secret World of Arrietty (Director: Hiromasa Yonebayashi)
  14. Toy Story III (Director: Lee Unkrich)
  15. You’re So Cupid! (Director: John Lyde)
  1. A Cat In Paris (Directors: Jean-Loup Felicioli + Alain Gagnol)
  2. A Turtle’s Tale: Sammy’s Adventure (Director: Ben Stassen)
  3. A Woman (Director: Giada Colagrande)
  4. Adventures Of A Teenage Dragonslayer (Director: Andrew Lauer)
  5. Adventures In Wonderland (Director: Tim Burton)
  6. Alpha And Omega (Director: Anthony Bell + Ben Gluck)
  7. Arthur III: The War Of The Two Worlds (Director: Luc Besson)
  8. Beneath The Blue (Director: Michael D. Sellers)
  9. Breaking The Press (Director: Andrew Stevens)
  10. Cats & Dogs: The Revenge Of Kitty Galore (Director: Brad Peyton)
  11. Chasing 3000 (Director: Gregory J. Lanesey)
  12. Church (Directors: Foster V. Corder + Cory King)
  13. Cutback (Directors: Lance Bachelder + Johnny Remo)
  14. Despicable Me (Directors: Pierre Coffin + Chris Renaud)
  15. Diary Of A Wimpy Kid (Director: Thor Freudenthal)
  16. Do Dooni Chaar (Director: Habib Faisal)
  17. Expecting Mary (Director: Dan Gordon)
  18. Extraordinary Measures (Director: Tom Vaughan)
  19. Farmer’s Tan (Director: Brian Tetsuro)
  20. Flipped (Director: Rob Reiner)
  21. Fuchsia The Mini-Witch (Director: Johan Nijenhuis)
  22. Furry Vengeance (Director: Roger Kumble)
  23. Golf In The Kingdom (Director: Susan Streitfeld)
  24. Hot Summer Days (Directors: Tony Chan + Wing Shya)
  25. How To Train Your Dragon (Directors: Dean DeBlois + Chris Sanders)
  26. I Kissed A Vampire (Director: Chris Nolan)
  27. Ice Castles (Director: Donald Wrye)
  28. Just Wright (Director: Sanaa Hamri)
  29. Konferenz der Tiere (Director: Reinhard Klooss + Holger Tappe)
  30. Leap Year (Diector: Anand Tucker)
  31. Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga’Hoole (Director: Zack Snyder)
  32. Let God Be The Judge (Director: Emmbre Perry)
  33. Letters To God (Directors: David Nixon + Patrick Doughtie)
  34. Letters To Juliet (Director: Gary Winick)
  35. Main Street (Main St.) (Director: John Doyle)
  36. Marmaduke (Director: Tom Dey)
  37. Meeks Cutoff (Director: Kelly Reichardt)
  38. Megamind (Director: Tom McGrath)
  39. Monster Cruise (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  40. My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend (Director: Daryn Tufts)
  41. Nanny McPhee Returns (Director: Susanna White)
  42. Not THe Messiah: He’s A Very Naughty Boy (Director Aubrey Powell)
  43. Not-So-Super Girl (Director: Abdul MalikIbn Al-Estefan)
  44. Open Season III (Director: Cody Cameron)
  45. Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief (Director: Chris Columbus)
  46. Pure Country II: The Gift (Director: Christopher Cain)
  47. Reuniting The Rubins (Director: Yoav Factor)
  48. Rising Stars (Director: Daniel Millican)
  49. Rust (Director: Corbin Bernsen)
  50. Secretariat (Director: Randall Wallace)
  51. Shrek Forever After (Director: Mike Mitchell)
  52. Snowmen (Director: Robert Kirbyson)
  53. Sophie & Sheba (Director: Leif Bristow)
  54. Standing Ovation (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  55. Summer Eleven (Director: Joseph Kell)
  56. Suma Joe (Directors: Chris Armstrong + Clay Banks)
  57. TRON: Legacy (Director: Joseph Kosinski)
  58. Tangled (Directors: Nathan Greno + Byron Howard)
  59. The 5th Quarter (Director: Rick Bieber)
  60. The Christmas Bunny (Director: Tom Seidman)
  61. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Director: Michael Apted)
  62. The Dogfather (Director: Richard Boddington)
  63. The Extraordinary Adventures of Adèle Blanc-Sec (Director: Luc Besson)
  64. The Genesis Code (Directors: C. Thomas Howell + Patrick Read Johnson)
  65. The Guardians (Director: Chris Hummel)
  66. The Illusionist (Director: Sylvain Chomet)
  67. The Karate Kid (Director: Harald Zwart)
  68. The Last Airbender (Director: M. Night Shyamalan)
  69. The Last Song (Director: Julie Anne Robinson)
  70. The Nutcracker (in 3-D) (Director: Andrey Konchalovskiy)
  71. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Director: Jon Turteltaub)
  72. The Spy Next Door (Director: Brian Levant)
  73. The Way Home (Director: Lance W. Dreesen)
  74. To Love A Woman (Director: George Jiha)
  75. Tooth Fairy (Director: Michael Lembeck)
  76. Unitards (Director: Scott Featherstone)
  77. What If... (Director: Dallas Jenkins)
  78. What Would Jesus Do? (WWJD) (Director: Thomas Makowski)
  79. White Lion (Director: Michael Swan)
  80. Wildfire: The Arabian Heart (Director: Michael Vincent)
  81. Yogi Bear (Director: Eric Brevig)
  82. You Again (Director: Andy Fickman)
  1. ‘Master Harold’...And The Boys (Director: Lonny Price)
  2. All American Zombie Drugs (Director: Alex Ballar)
  3. An Invisible Sign (Director: Marilyn Agrelo)
  4. Another Harvest Moon (Director: Greg Swartz)
  5. Another Year (Director: Mike Leigh)
  6. Bed + Breakfast: Love Is A Happy Accident (Director: Marcio Garcia)
  7. Before We Say Goodbye (Director Paul Davids)
  8. Between Kings And Queens (Director: Joy Dickson)
  9. Blood Done Sign My Name (Director: Jeb Stuart)
  10. Border Guardians Of Ackernon (Director: Paul Best)
  11. Browncoats: Redemption (Director: Michael C. Dougherty)
  12. Burlesque (Director: Steve Antin)
  13. Burning Bright (Director: Carlos Brooks)
  14. Charlie St. Cloud (Director: Burr Steers)
  15. Clash Of The Titans (Director: Louis Leterrier)
  16. Country Singer (Director: Mickey Reece)
  17. Country Strong (Director: Shana Feste)
  18. Crazy On The Outside (Director: Tim Allen)
  19. Date Night (Director: Shawn Levy)
  20. Dead Hollywood Blondes (Director: Deirdre McGill)
  21. Dear John (Director: Lasse Hallström)
  22. Detective Dee: Mystery Of The Phantom Flame (Director: Hark Tsui)
  23. Devil (Director: John Erick Dowdle)
  24. Dinner For Schmucks (Director: Jay Roach)
  25. Dog Jack (Director: Edward T. McDougal)
  26. Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night (Director: Kevin Munroe)
  27. Easy A (Director: Will Gluck)
  28. Eat Pray Love (Director: Ryan Murphy)
  29. Everything Nice (Director: Garrett Kelly)
  30. Exorcismus (Director: Manuel Carballo)
  31. Fair Game (Director: Doug Liman)
  32. Father Of Invention (Director: Trent Cooper)
  33. Fool For Love (Director: Charlie Nguyen)
  34. Freestyle (Director: Kolton Lee)
  35. Ghost From The Machine (Director: matt Osterman)
  36. Good Intentions (Director: Jim Issa)
  37. Greta (Director: Antonio de Santos)
  38. Griff The Invisible (Director: Leon Ford)
  39. Grown Ups (Director: Dennis Dugan)
  40. Guilt & Sentence (Director: Spencer T. Folmar)
  41. Gulliver’s Travels (Director: Rob Letterman)
  42. Harry Potter + The Deathly Hallows (Pt. 1) (Director: David Yates)
  43. Heaven Ain’t Hard To Find (Director: Neema Barnette)
  44. Hereafter (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  45. How Do You Know? (Director: James L. Brooks)
  46. In My Sleep (Director: Allen Wolf)
  47. Inception (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  48. Insidious (Director: James Wan)
  49. Iron Man II (Director: Jon Favreau)
  50. It’s Kind Of A Funny Story (Directors: Anna Boden + Rya Fleck)
  51. It’s A Wonderful Afterlife (Director: Gurinder Chadha)
  52. Jonah Hex (Director: Jimmy Hayward)
  53. Killers (Director: Robert Luketic)
  54. Knight And Day (Director: James Mangold)
  55. Knucklehead (Director: Michael W. Watkins)
  56. L'appât (Director: Yves Simoneau)
  57. Lebanon, PA. (Director: Ben Hickernell)
  58. Legendary (Director: Mel Damski)
  59. Leonie (Director: Hisako Matsui)
  60. Life As We Know It (Director: Greg Berlanti)
  61. Life, Above All (Director: Oliver Schmitz)
  62. Lifted (Director: Lexi Alexander)
  63. Light Of My Eyes (Director: Wael Ihsan)
  64. Little Big Soldier (Director: Ding Sheng)
  65. Little Fockers (Director: Paul Weitz)
  66. Lottery Ticket (Director: Erik White)
  67. Loving The Bad Man (Director: Péter Engert)
  68. Mooz-Lum (Director: Qasim Basir)
  69. Morning Glory (Director: Roger Michell)
  70. Mucha (Director: Berenika Maciejewicz)
  71. My Girlfriend’s Back (Director: Steven Ayromlooi)
  72. My Name Is Khan (Director: Karan Johar)
  73. My Own Love Song (Director: Olivier Dahan)
  74. Na izmene (Director: Aleksandr Atanesyan)
  75. No eres tú, soy yo (Director: Alejandro Springall)
  76. Of Gods And Men (Director: Xavier Beauvois)
  77. Our Family Wedding (Director: Rick Famuyiwa)
  78. Peacock (Director: Michael Lander)
  79. Phoonk II (Director: Milind Gadagkar)
  80. Preacher’s Kid (Director: Stan Foster)
  81. Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time (Director: Mike Newell)
  82. RED (Director: Robert Schwentke)
  83. Rabbit Hole (Director: John Cameron Mitchell)
  84. Redemption Road (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  85. Remember Me (Director: Allen Coulter)
  86. Robin Hood (Director: Ridley Scott)
  87. Salt (Director: Phillip Noyce)
  88. Sarah’s Key (Director: Gilles Paquet-Brenner)
  89. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (Director: Edgar Wright)
  90. Sheriff Of Contention (Director: Tom O’Mary)
  91. Skateland (Director: Anthony Burns)
  92. Skyline (Directors: Colin Strause + Greg Strause)
  93. Step Away From The Stone (Director: Bob Hooper)
  94. Step Up 3D (Director: Jon M. Chu)
  95. Stomp The Yard II: Homecoming (Director: Rob Hardy)
  96. Street Corner Sympathy (Director: Andrew C. Matthews)
  97. StreetDance 3D (Directors: Max Giwa + Dania Pasquini)
  98. Super Hybrid (Director: Eric Valette)
  99. Takers (Director: John Luessenhop)
  100. The A-Team (Director: Joe Carnahan)
  101. The Back-Up Plan (Director: Alan Poul)
  102. The Bounty Hunter (Director: Andy Tennant)
  103. The Butcher, the Chef, and the Swordsman (Director: Wuershan)
  104. The Chosen One (Director: Rob Schneider)
  105. The Conspirator (Director: Robert Redford)
  106. The Estates (Director: T.J. Yoshizaki)
  107. The First Grader (Director: Justin Chadwick)
  108. The Ghost Writer (Director: Roman Polanski)
  109. The Grace Card (Director: David G. Evans)
  110. The Hammer (Director: Oren Kaplan)
  111. The Incubus (Directors: Marcie Gorman + Shayne Leighton)
  112. The Last Exorcism (Director: Daniel Stamm)
  113. The Last Godfather (Director: Hyung-rae Shim)
  114. The Losers (Director: Sylvain White)
  115. The Magnificent Dead (Director: Shane Scott)
  116. The Mitchell Tapes (Director: Thomas S. Nicol)
  117. The Next Three Days (Director: Paul Haggis)
  118. The Presence (Director: Tom Provost)
  119. The Rally (Director: Rick Reyna)
  120. The Righteous And The Wicked (Director: Craig A. BButler)
  121. The River Why (Director: Matthew Leutwyler)
  122. The Road To Freedom (Director: Brendan Moriarty)
  123. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dreams Of Duncan Christopher (DIrectro: Justin S. Monroe)
  124. The Romantics (Director: Galt Niederhoffer)
  125. The Social Network (Director: David Fincher)
  126. The Switch (Directors: Josh Gordon + Will Speck)
  127. The Tempest (Director: Julie Taymor)
  128. The Tourist (Director: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck)
  129. The Trial (Director: Gary Wheeler)
  130. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Director: David Slade)
  131. The Way (Director: Emilio Estevez)
  132. The Way (Director: Barry Shay)
  133. The Way Back (Director: Peter Weir)
  134. Theft By Deception (Director: David Dietrich)
  135. Time Machine (Director: Mickey Reece)
  136. Trapped: Haitian Nights (Director: Jean-Claude La Marre)
  137. Trollhunter (Director: André Øvredal)
  138. True Grit (Director: Joel Coen)
  139. Unstoppable (Director: Tony Scott)
  140. Valentine’s Day (Director: Garry Marshall)
  141. Vampires Suck (Director: Jason Friedberg + Aaron Seltzer)
  142. Vigilante: The Hayward Brown Story (Director: Sean Spoatcoat Brown)
  143. Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa (Director: Gautham Menon)
  144. Waiting For Forever (Director: James Keach)
  145. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (Director: Oliver Stone)
  146. Ways To Live Forever (Director: Gustavo Ron)
  147. When In Rome (Director: Mark Steven Johnson)
  148. Why Did I Get Married Too? (Director: Tyler Perry)
  149. Wild Target (Director: Jonathan Lynn)
  150. Wushu Warrior (Director: Alain Desrochers)
  151. Ye Maaya Chesave (Director: Gautham Menon)
  1. 127 Hours (Director: Danny Boyle)
  2. 13 (Director: Géla Babluani)
  3. 13 Assassins (Director: Takashi Miike)
  4. 14 Blades (Director: Daniel Lee)
  5. 15 Till Midnight (Director: Wolfgang Meyer)
  6. 2001 Maniacs: Field Of Screams (Director: Tim Sullivan)
  7. 3 Backyards (Director: Eric Mendelsohn)
  8. 6 Souls (Directors: Måns Mårlind + Björn Stein)
  9. A Beginner’s Guide To Endings (Directors: Jonathan Sobol)
  10. A Better Tomorrow (Director: Hae-sung Song)
  11. A Horrible Way To Die (Director: Adam Wingard)
  12. A Little Help (Director: Michael J. Weithorn)
  13. A Nightmare On Elm Street (Director: Samuel Bayer)
  14. A River Of Skulls (Director: Suza Lambert Bowser)
  15. A Very Close Encounter (Director: Esmaeil Mihandoost)
  16. Abelar: Tales Of An Ancient Empire (Director: Albert Pyun)
  17. Acts Of Violence (Director: Il Lim)
  18. Adjusting Honor (Director: Jeff Solema)
  19. Airmen (Director: Mickey Reece)
  20. All Good Things (Director: Andrew Jarecki)
  21. Altitude (Director: Kaare Andrews)
  22. Am I Alone? (Director: B.E. Rogstad)
  23. American Scream King (Director: Joel Paul Reisig)
  24. Amigo (Director: John Sayles)
  25. Amphibious Creature Of The Deep (Director: Brian Yuzna)
  26. And Soon The Darkness (Director: Marcos Efron)
  27. Anderson’s Cross (Director: Jerome Elston Scott)
  28. Angel Of Evil (Director: Michele Placido)
  29. Animal Kingdom (Director: David Michôd)
  30. As Good As Dead (Director: Jonathan Mossek)
  31. Atrocious (Director: Fernando Barreda Luna)
  32. BKO: Bangkok Knockout (Director: Panna Rittikrai)
  33. Baby Mama’s Club (Director: Joseph L. Stovall)
  34. Barney’s Version (Director: Richard J. Lewis)
  35. Barry Munday (Director: Chris D’Arienzo)
  36. Bear (Director: Roel Reiné)
  37. Beatdown (Director: Mike Gunther)
  38. Beautiful Boy (Director: Shawn Ku)
  39. Beginners (Director: Mike Mills)
  40. Beneath Hill 60 (Director: Jeremy Sims)
  41. Beneath The Dark (Director: Chad Feehan)
  42. Bereavement (Director: Stevan Mena)
  43. Beyond The Black Rainbow (Director: Panos Cosmatos)
  44. Big Money Rustlas (Director: Paul Andresen)
  45. Biutiful (Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu)
  46. Black Death (Director: Christopher Smith)
  47. Black Limousine (Director: Carl Colpaert)
  48. Black Swan (Director: Darren Aronofsky)
  49. Blades Of Blood (Director: Joon-ik Lee)
  50. Blame (Director: Michael Henry)
  51. Bloodworth (Director: Shane Dax Taylor)
  52. Blue Valentine (Director: Derek Cianfrance)
  53. Bold Native (Director: Denis Henry Hennelly)
  54. Born To Raise Hell (Director: Lauro Chartrand)
  55. Boy Wonder (Director: Michael Morrissey)
  56. Breaking The Fall (Director: David Metzger)
  57. Brighton Rock (Director: Rowan Joffe)
  58. Brotherhood (Director: Will Canon)
  59. Bunraku (Director: Guy Moshe)
  60. Buried (Director: Rodrigo Cortés)
  61. Burke And Hare (Director: John Landis)
  62. Burning Palms (Director: Christopher Landon)
  63. Ca$h (Director: Stephen Milburn Anderson)
  64. Caged Animal (Wrath Of Cain) (Director: Ryan Combs)
  65. Camp Hell (Director: George VanBuskirk)
  66. Cartel War (Directors: Jack Lucarelli + Troy Price)
  67. Casino Jack (Director: George Hickenlooper)
  68. Caught Inside (Director: Adam Blaiklock)
  69. Caught In The Crossfire (Director: Brian A. Miller)
  70. Cemetery Junction (Directors: Ricky Gervais + Stephen Merchant)
  71. Centurion (Director: Neil Marshall)
  72. Ceremony (Director: Max Winkler)
  73. Champion Road: Arena (Director: R.L. Scott)
  74. Chatroom (Director: Hideo Nakata)
  75. Cherry (Director: Jeffrey Fine)
  76. Cielito lindo (Directors: Alejandro Alcondez + Rodrigo Patino)
  77. Circus Maximus (Director: Thomas J. La Sorsa)
  78. Code Blue (Director: Arthur Alston)
  79. Consinsual (Director: Paul D. Hannah)
  80. Conviction (Director: Tony Goldwyn)
  81. Cop Out (Director: Kevin Smith)
  82. Cost Of A Soul (Director: Sean Kirkpatrick)
  83. Costa Rican Summer (Director: Jason Matthews)
  84. Cupid’s Arrow (Director: Daniel Peterson)
  85. Cyrus (Directors: Jay Duplass + Mark Duplass)
  86. Dark Crossing (Director: Damian Chapa)
  87. Darnell Dawkins: Mouth Guitar Legend) (Director: Clayne Crawford)
  88. Daydream Nation (Director: Michael Goldbach)
  89. Dead Awake (Director: Omar Naim)
  90. Deadly Closure (Director: Andrzej Mrotek)
  91. Deadly Impact (Director: Robert Kurtzman)
  92. Dear Mr. Gacy (Director: Svetozar Ristovski)
  93. DearGod (Director: Robert Anderson)
  94. Death Calls (Directors: Ken Del Conte + Hector Echavarria)
  95. Death At A Funeral (Director: Neil LaBute)
  96. Dirty Girl (Director: Abe Sylvia)
  97. Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark (Director: Troy Nixey)
  98. Dreamkiller (Director: Catherine C. Pirotta)
  99. Drones (Directors: Amber Benson + Adam Busch)
  100. Due Date (Director: Todd Phillips)
  101. Easy Money (Director: Daniel Espinosa)
  102. Edge Of Darkness (Director: Martin Campbell)
  103. Egg Nog (Director: Brandon Robinson)
  104. Elektra Luxx (Director: Sebastian Gutierrez)
  105. Endure (Director: Joe O’Brien)
  106. Enemies Among Us (Director: Dan Garcia)
  107. Every Day (Director: Richard Levine)
  108. Everyday Black Man (Director: Carmen Madden)
  109. Everything Must Go (Director: Dan Rush)
  110. F (Expelled) (Director: Johannes Roberts)
  111. Failing Better Now (Director: Keren Atzmon)
  112. Faster (Director: George Tillman, Jr.)
  113. Fighting Angels: Exodus (Director: Eric Vence Gfreen)
  114. Fire Of Conscience (Director: Dante Lam)
  115. Flying Lessons (Director: Derek Magyar)
  116. Footsteps (Director: Gavin James)
  117. For Colored Girls (Director: Tyler Perry)
  118. Four Lions (Director: Christopher Morris)
  119. Frankie + Alice (Director: Geoffrey Sax)
  120. Freeway Killer (Director: John Murlowski)
  121. From Paris With Love (Director Pierre Morel)
  122. Frozen (Director: Adam Green)
  123. Fubar: Balls To The Wall (Director: Michael Dowse)
  124. Gangster Exchange (Director: Dean Bajramovic)
  125. Get Him To The Greek (Director: Nicholas Stoller)
  126. Ghetto Physics (Directors: William Arntz + E. Raymond Brown)
  127. Going The Distance (Director: Nanette Burstein)
  128. Good Neighbors (Director: Jacob Teirney)
  129. Green Zone (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  130. Greenberg (Director: Noah Baumbach)
  131. Gun (Director: Jessy Terrero)
  132. Happy, Happy (Director: Anne Sewitsky)
  133. Happythankyoumoreplease (Director: Josh Radnor)
  134. Hard Breakers (Director: Leah Sturgis)
  135. Harvest (Director: Marc Meyers)
  136. Hatchet II (Director: Adam Green)
  137. Henry’s Crime (Director: Malcolm Venville)
  138. Hesher (Director: Spencer Susser)
  139. High School (Director: John Stalberg, Jr.)
  140. Hitler’s Grave (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  141. Holy Rollers (Director: Kevin Asch)
  142. Hot Tub Time Machine (Director: Steve Pink)
  143. House Under Siege (Director: Mark Hazen Kelly)
  144. How To Make Love To A Woman (Director: Scott Culver)
  145. Howl (Directors: Rob Epstein + Jeffrey Friedman)
  146. Hunt To Kill (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  147. I Spit On Your Grave (Director: Steven R. Monroe)
  148. I’m Not Jesus, Mommy (Director: Vaughn Juares)
  149. I’m Not Like That No More (Director: Christian Sesma)
  150. I’m Still Here (Director: Casey Affleck)
  151. Illegal (Director: Ric DuPont)
  152. Immigration Tango (Director: David Burton Morris)
  153. In A Better World (Director: Susanne Bier)
  154. Incendies (Director: Denis Villeneuve)
  155. Indelible (Director: Brian Lynch)
  156. Inhale (Director: Baltasar Kormákur)
  157. Ip Man II (Director: Wilson Yip)
  158. Iran Zendan (Director: Daryush Shokof)
  159. Irreversi (Director: Michael Gleissner)
  160. Jack Goes Boating (Director: Philip Seymour Hoffman)
  161. Jackers (Director: David Betances)
  162. Junkyard Dog (Director: Kim Bass)
  163. Kalamity (Director: James M. Hausler)
  164. Karma Road (Director: Mihir Pathak)
  165. Kick-Ass (Director: Matthew Vaughn)
  166. Kill Katie Malone (Director: Carlos Ramos, Jr.)
  167. Kill Speed (Director: Kim Bass)
  168. Killer Hoo-Ha! (Director: Sean Pomper)
  169. King Of Triads (Director: Dennis Law)
  170. King Of The Avenue (Director: Ryan Combs)
  171. Klown (Director: Mikkel Nørgaard)
  172. Last Kung Fu Monk (Director: Peng Zhang Li)
  173. Last Night (Director: Massy Tadjedin)
  174. Legacy: Black Ops (Director: Thomas Eromose Ikimi)
  175. Legend Of the Fist: The Return Of Chen Zhen (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  176. Legion (Director: Scott Stewart)
  177. Let Me In (Director: Matt Reeves)
  178. Living Will... (Director: Matthew Lauyer)
  179. Locked Down (Director: Daniel Zirilli)
  180. Locked In (Director: Suri Krishnamma)
  181. London Boulevard (Director: William Monahan)
  182. Louis (Director: Dan Pritzker)
  183. Love & Other Drugs (Director: Edward Zwick)
  184. Love Ranch (Director: Taylor Hackford)
  185. Luster (Director: Adam Mason)
  186. MacGruber (Director: Jorma Taccone)
  187. Machete (Directors: Ethan Maniquis + Robert Rodriguez)
  188. Machete Joe (Director: Sasha Krane)
  189. Made In Dagenham (Director: Nigel Cole)
  190. Meet Monica Velour (Director: Keith Bearden)
  191. Mercy (Director: Coier Amerson)
  192. Meskada (Director: Josh Sternfeld)
  193. Miral (Director: Julian Schnabel)
  194. Miss Nobody (Director: Abram Cox)
  195. Mob Rules (Director: Keith Parmer)
  196. Monsters (Director: Gareth Edwards)
  197. Morning (Director: Leland Orser)
  198. Mother’s Day (Director: Darren Lynn Bousman)
  199. Multiple Sarcasms (Director: Brooks Branch)
  200. My Soul To Take (Director: Wes Craven)
  201. N-Secure (Director: David M. Matthews)
  202. Needle (Director: John V. Soto)
  203. Neowolf (Director: Yvan Gauthier)
  204. Never Let Me Go (Director: Mark Romanek)
  205. Night Catches Us (Director: Tanya Hamilton)
  206. Night Wolf (Director: Jonathan Glendening)
  207. Nine Dead (Director: Chris Shadley)
  208. No Body Found (Directors: Angela Lyons + Angela Rollo)
  209. No Leaf Clover (Director: Andrei Sporea)
  210. Norman (Director: Jonathan Segal)
  211. Once Fallen (Director: Ash Adams)
  212. Ong-bak III (Directors: Tony Jaa + Panna Rittkrai)
  213. Open House (Director: Andrew Paquin)
  214. Operation: Endgame (Director: Fouad Mikati)
  215. Oranges And Sunshine (Director: Jim Loach)
  216. Order Of Chaos (Director: Vince Vieluf)
  217. Outcast (Director: Colm McCarthy)
  218. Outrage (Director: Takeshi Kitano)
  219. Paranormal Activity II (Director: Tod Williams)
  220. Passion Play (Director: Mitch Glazer)
  221. Peep World (Director: Barry W. Blaustein
  222. Perfect Combination (Director: Trey Haley)
  223. Perfect Life (Director: Josef Rusnak
  224. Perfect Sunday (Director: Demetrius Navarro)
  225. Phase 7 (Director: Nicolás Goldbart)
  226. Pickin’ & Grinnin (Director: Jon Gries
  227. Piranha 3D (Director: Alexandre Aja)
  228. Placebo (Director: Nick Slatkin)
  229. Please Give (Director: Nicole Holofcener)
  230. Point Blank (Director: Fred Cavayé)
  231. Porters: Two Men And A Sex Doll (Director: Justin Arredondo)
  232. Potiche (Director: François Ozon)
  233. Predators (Director: Nimród Antalj)
  234. Prowl (Director: Patrik Syversen)
  235. Psych:9 (Director: Andrew Shortell)
  236. Psychic Experiment (Director: Mel House)
  237. Psychosis (Director: Reg Traviss)
  238. Queen Of The Lost (Director: Henry Jaglom)
  239. Radio Free Albemuth (Director: John Alan Simon)
  240. Rammbock (Director: Marvin Kren)
  241. Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (Director: Jalmari Helander)
  242. Raven (Director: Gregori J. Martin)
  243. Red Hill (Director: Patrick Hughes)
  244. Redlight Greenlight (Director: Sean Simpson)
  245. Reign Of Assassins (Director: Chao-Bin Su)
  246. Release (Directors: Darren Flaxstone + Christian Martin)
  247. Removal (Director: Nick Simon)
  248. Repo Men (Director: Miguel Sapochnik)
  249. Resident Evil: Afterlife (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  250. Respire (Director: David A. Cross)
  251. Road Kill (Director: Dean Francis)
  252. Road To Nowhere (Director: Monte Hellman)
  253. Rocksteady (Director: Mustapha Khan)
  254. Rubber (Director: Quentin Dupieux)
  255. Sacrifice (Director: Kaige Chen)
  256. Saigo no Chûshingura (Director: Shigemichi Sugita)
  257. Saw 3D: The Final Chapter (Director: Kevin Greutert)
  258. Scorpio Men On Prozac (Director: Rand Marsh)
  259. Screwball: The Ted Whitfield Story (Director: Tommy Reid)
  260. Sedona’s Rule (Director: Josh Gillick)
  261. Seducing Charlie Baker (Director: Amy Glazer)
  262. Sex Tax: Based On A True Story (Director: John Borges)
  263. Sex And The City II (Director: Michael Patrick King)
  264. Señora Maestra (Director: Ricardo Perez-Roulet)
  265. Shadows & Lies (Director: Jay Anania)
  266. Shanghai (Director: Mikael Håfström)
  267. Shanghai Blue (Director: Oscar L. Costo)
  268. She’s Out Of My League (Director: Jim Field Smith)
  269. Shinigami: Analysis (Director: Justin Burgess)
  270. Shoot The Hero (Director: Christian Sesma)
  271. Shut Up And Kiss Me (Director: Devin Hamilton)
  272. Shutter Island (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  273. Sinners And Saints (Director: William Kaufman)
  274. Siren (Director: Andrew Hull)
  275. Six Shooters (Director: Fernando Spiner)
  276. Small Town Murder Songs (Director: Ed Gass-Donnelly)
  277. Small Town Saturday Night (Director: Ryan Craig)
  278. Something Better Somewhere Else (Director: Ron Lazzeretti)
  279. Something Like A Business (Director: Russ Parr)
  280. Somewhere (Director: Sofia Coppola)
  281. Sound Of Noise (Directors: Ola Simonsson, Johannes Stjärne Nilsson)
  282. Special Ops (Director: Tom Shell)
  283. Speed-Dating (Director: Joseph A. Elmore, Jr.)
  284. Stake Land (Director: Jim Mickle)
  285. Stay Single (Director: Peter Macaluso)
  286. Stiffs (Director: Frank Ciota)
  287. Stone (Director: John Curran)
  288. Straight To Hell (Director: Alex Cox)
  289. Street Poet (Director: E. Paul Edwards)
  290. Submarine (Director: Richard Ayoade)
  291. Suicide Girls Must Die! (Director: Sarah Remetch)
  292. Super (Director: James Gunn)
  293. Supreme Champion (Directors: Ted Fox + Richard Styles)
  294. Sympathy For Delicious (Director: Mark Ruffalo)
  295. Tamara Drewe (Director: Stephen Frears)
  296. Tekken (Director: Dwight H. Little)
  297. Terror Trap (Director: Dan Garcia)
  298. The Accursed (Director: Adrián García Bogliano + Ramiro García Bogliano)
  299. The Agency: Pursuit Of The Ares Virus
  300. The Alien Girl (Director: Anton Bormatov)
  301. The American (Director: Anton Corbijn)
  302. The Assault (Director: Julien Leclercq)
  303. The Bang Bang Club (Director: Steven Silver)
  304. The Beekeepers (Director: Bryant Mainord)
  305. The Best And The Brightest (Director: Josh Shelov)
  306. The Big Bang (Director: Tony Krantz)
  307. The Big I Am (Director: Nic Auerbach)
  308. The Big Sleaze (Director: Michael Fredianelli)
  309. The Book Of Eli (Director: Albert Hughes + Allen Hughes)
  310. The Brazen Bull (Director: Douglas Elford-Argent)
  311. The Chameleon (Director: Jean-Paul Salomé)
  312. The Child’s Eye (Directors: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  313. The Clinic (Director: James Rabbitts)
  314. The Company Men (Director: John Wells)
  315. The Con Artist (Director: Risa Bramon Garcia)
  316. The Crazies (Director: Breck Eisner)
  317. The Dead (Directors: Howard J. Ford + Jonathan Ford)
  318. The Dead Undead (Directors Matthew R. Anderson + Edward Conna)
  319. The Debt (Director: John Madden)
  320. The Dry Land (Director: Ryan Piers Williams)
  321. The Expendables (Director: Sylvester Stallone)
  322. The Experiment (Director: Paul Scheuring)
  323. The Extra Man (Directors: Shari Springer Berman + Robert Pulcini)
  324. The Fighter (Director: David O. Russell)
  325. The Final (Director: Joey Stewart)
  326. The Final Storm (Director: Uwe Boll)
  327. The Freebie (Director: Katie Aselton)
  328. The Heavy (Director: Marcus Warren)
  329. The Hooker With A Heart Of Gold (Director: Brad Jones)
  330. The Kane Files: Life Of Trial (Director: Benjamin Gourley)
  331. The Kids Are All Right (Director: Lisa Cholodenko)
  332. The Killer Inside Me (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  333. The Killing Jar (Director: Mark Young)
  334. The Killing Machine (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  335. The King’s Speech (Director: Tom Hooper)
  336. The Last Circus (Director: Álex de la Iglesia)
  337. The Last Rites Of Ransom Pride (Director: Tiller Russell)
  338. The Lazarus Papers (Director: Jeremiah Hundley)
  339. The Locksmith (Directors: Brad Barnes + Todd Barnes)
  340. The Man From Nowhere (Director: Jeong-beom Lee)
  341. The Maze (Director: Stephen Shimek)
  342. The Mulberry Tree (Director: Mark Heller)
  343. The Names Of Love (Director: Michel Leclerc)
  344. The Opium Eater (Director: David Bertelsen)
  345. The Other Guys (Director: Adam McKay)
  346. The Pack (Director: Franck Richard)
  347. The Penthouse (Director: Chris Levitus)
  348. The Perfect Host (Director: Nick Tomnay)
  349. The Reeds (Director: Nick Cohen)
  350. The Reef (Director: Andrew Traucki)
  351. The Rig (Director: Peter Atencio)
  352. The Runaways (Director: Floria Sigismondi)
  353. The Sylvian Experiments (Director: Hiroshi Takahashi)
  354. The Town (Director: Ben Affleck)
  355. The Traveler (Director: Michael Oblowitz)
  356. The Trouble With Terkel (Directors: Thorbjørn Christoffersen, Stefan Fjeldmark + Randolph Kret)
  357. The Violent Kind (Directors: Mitchell Altieri + Phil Flores)
  358. The Virginity Hit (Directors: Huck Botko + Andrew Gurland)
  359. The Ward (Director: John Carpenter)
  360. The Warrior’s Way (Director: Sngmoo Lee)
  361. The Whistleblower (Director: Larysa Kondracki)
  362. The Wolfman (Director: Joe Johnston)
  363. The Yellow Sea (Director: Hong-jin Na)
  364. Tomorrow, When The War Began (Director: Stuart Beattie)
  365. Tracker (Director: Ian Sharp)
  366. Trance (Director: Hans Rodionoff)
  367. Transparency (Director: Raul Inglis)
  368. Triple Dog (Director: Pascal Franchot)
  369. True Legend (Director: Woo-Ping Yuen)
  370. Trust (Director: David Schwimmer)
  371. Tucker And Dale vs. Evil (Director: Eli Craig)
  372. Twelve (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  373. Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie ((Director: Martyn Pick)
  374. Undisputed III: Redemption (Director: Isaac Florentine)
  375. Unrivaled (Director: Warren P. Sonoda)
  376. Unthinkable (Director: Gregor Jordan)
  377. Vanishing On 7th Street (Director: Brad Anderson)
  378. Venus & Vegas (Director: Demian Lichtenstein)
  379. Virginia (Director: Dustin Lance Black)
  380. Virus X (Director: Ryan Stevens Harris)
  381. Viva Riva! (Director: Djo Munga)
  382. Waking Madison (Director: Katherine Brooks)
  383. Waldo The Dog (Director: Kris Canonizado)
  384. Wasted On The Young (Director: Ben C. Lucas)
  385. Welcome To The Rileys (Director: Jake Scott)
  386. Westbrick Murders (Director: Shaun Rana)
  387. White Irish Drinkers (Director: John Gray)
  388. Wigger (Director: Omowale Akintunde)
  389. Win/Win (Director: Jaap van Heusden)
  390. Winter’s Bone (Director: Debra Granik)
  391. Wreckage (Director: John Asher)
  392. Wrecked (Director: Michael Greenspan)
  393. YellowBrickRoad (Directors: Jesse Holland + Andy Mitton)
  394. You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (Director: Woody Allen)
  1. A Serbian Film (Director: Srdjan Spasojevic)
  2. Burn Out The Day (Directors: Sean Bohary + Cinqué Lee)
  3. El Narco (Director: Luis Estrada)
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2017.06.06 10:16 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 1998 (out of the 3,629 films released worldwide that year.)

All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 1998 (out of the 3,629 films released worldwide that year.)
  1. A Bug’s Life (Directors: John Lasseter + Andrew Stanton)
  2. Air Bud: Golden Receiver (Director: Richard Martin)
  3. Babe: Pig In The City (Director: George Miller)
  4. Barney’s Great Adventure (Director Steve Gomer)
  5. Dear Santa (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  6. Lucky + Zorba (Director: Enzo D'Alò)
  7. Monkey Business (Director: Paulette Victor-Lifton)
  8. Mulan (Directors: Tony Bancroft + Barry Cook)
  9. Once Upon A Tune (Director: Delgado Cruz)
  10. Pokémon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back (Directors: Kunihiko Yuyama + Michael Haigney)
  11. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie (Director: William R. Kowalchuk, Jr.)
  12. Rusty: A Dog’s Tale (Director: Shuki Levy)
  13. Second Chances (Director: James Fargo)
  14. Summer Of The Monkeys (Director: Michael Anderson)
  15. The Boy Who Saved Christmas (Director: John Putch)
  16. The Boyhood Of John Muir (Director: Lawrence R. Hott)
  17. The Ghosts of Dickens' Past (Director: Bruce Neibaur)
  18. The Magic Sword: Quest for Camelot (Director: Frederik Du Chau)
  19. The Real Macaw (Director: Mario Andreacchio)
  20. The Rugrats Movie (Directors: Igor Kovalyov + Norton Virgien)
  21. The Swan Princess: The Mystery of the Enchanted Treasure (Director: Richard Rich)
  1. 3 Ninjas: High Noon At Mega Mountain (Director: Sean McNamara)
  2. A Very Unlucky Leprechaun (Director: Brian Kelly)
  3. Angels In The Attic (Director: Eric Hendershot)
  4. Antz (Directors: Eric Darnell + Tim Johnson)
  5. At Sachem Farm (Director: John Huddles)
  6. Autumn Tale (Director: Éric Rohmer)
  7. Ava’s Magical Adventure (Directors: Patrick Dempsey + Rocky Parker)
  8. Billy Frankenstein (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  9. Chhota Chetan (Director: Jijo Punnoose)
  10. Dance With Me (Director: Randa Haines)
  11. Dancer, Texas Pop. 81 (Director: Tim McCanlies)
  12. Dancing At Lughnasa (Director: Pat O’Connor)
  13. Ernest In The Army (Director: John R. Cherry III)
  14. Frankenstein Reborn! (Director: David DeCoteau)
  15. Girl Cottage (Director: Steve Morris)
  16. Golf Punks (Director: Harvey Frost)
  17. Holy Man (Director: Stephen Herek)
  18. Home Team (Director: Allan A. Goldstein)
  19. I’ll Be Home For Christmas (Director: Arlene Sanford)
  20. Jack Frost (Director: Troy Miller)
  21. Jungle Boy (Director: Allan A. Goldstein)
  22. Kraa! The Sea Monster (Directors: Aaron Osborne + Dave Parker)
  23. Little Bigfoot II: The Journey Home (Director: Art Camacho)
  24. Little Men (Director: Rodney Gibbons)
  25. Little Miss Magic (Director Fred Olen Ray)
  26. Madeline (Director: Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
  27. Malaika (Director: Marina Martins)
  28. Meet The Deedles (Director: Steve Boyum)
  29. Mighty Joe Young (Director: Ron Underwood)
  30. Mom’s Outta Sight (Director: Fred Olen Ray)
  31. My Giant (Director: Michael Lehmann)
  32. Paulie (Director: John Roberts)
  33. Possums (Director: Max Burnett)
  34. Secret Of The Andes (Director: Alejandro Azzano)
  35. Simon Birch (Director: Mark Steven Johnson)
  36. Slappy + The Stinkers (Directors: Barnet Kellman)
  37. Sorcerers (Director: Albert Pyun)
  38. Star Trek: Insurrection (Director: Jonathan Frakes)
  39. Stardust (Director: Charles F. Cirgenski)
  40. Tarzan + The Lost City (Director: Carl Schenkel)
  41. The Effects Of Magic (Director: Charlie Martinez)
  42. The Grandfather (Director: José Luis Garci)
  43. The Legend Of Cryin’ Ryan (Directors: Deanna Shapiro + Julie St. Claire)
  44. The Modern Adventures Of Tom Sawyer (Director: Adam Weissman)
  45. The New Swiss Family Robinson (Director: Stewart Raffill)
  46. The Parent Trap (Director: Nancy Meyers)
  47. The Prince Of Egypt (Directors: Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner + Simon Wells)
  48. The Real Howard Spitz (Director: Vadim Jean)
  49. The Secret Kingdom (Director: David Schmoeller)
  50. The Truman Show (Director: Peter Weir)
  51. The Werewolf Reborn! (Director: Jeff Burr)
  52. The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit (Director: Stuart Gordon)
  53. Waking Ned Devine (Director: Kirk Jones)
  54. Waking Up Horton (Director: Harry Bromley Davenport)
  55. Wide Awake (Director: M. Night Shyamalan)
  56. You’ve Got Mail (Director: Nora Ephron)
  1. A Brooklyn State Of Mind (Director: Frank Rainone)
  2. A Civil Action (Director: Steven Zaillian)
  3. A Cool, Dry Place (Director: John N. Smith)
  4. A Night At The Roxbury (Directors: John Fortenberry + Amy Heckerling)
  5. All I Wanna Do (Director: Sarah Kernochan)
  6. Almost Heroes (Director: Christopher Guest)
  7. Armageddon (Director: Michael Bay)
  8. Beyond Paradise (Director: David L. Cunningham)
  9. Black Dog (Director: Kevin Hooks)
  10. Blues Brothers 2000 (Director: John Landis)
  11. Bug Buster (Director: Lorenzo Doumani)
  12. Can’t Hardly Wait (Directors: Harry Elfont + Deborah Kaplan)
  13. Chairman Of The Board (Director: Alex Zamm)
  14. Cilantro y perejil (Director: Rafael Montero)
  15. City Of Angels (Director: Brad Silberling)
  16. Clouds (Director: Fernando E. Solanas)
  17. Deep Impact (Director: Mimi Leder)
  18. Dirty Work (Director: Bob Saget)
  19. Doctor Dolittle (Director: Betty Thomas)
  20. Down In The Delta (Director: Maya Angelou)
  21. Doña Bárbara (Director: Betty Kaplan)
  22. Ever After: A Cinderella Story (Director: Andy Tennant)
  23. Finding Graceland (Director: David Winkler)
  24. God Said, ‘Ha!’ (Director: Julia Sweeney)
  25. Godzilla (Director: Roland Emmerich)
  26. Ground Control (Director: Richard Howard)
  27. Heartwood (Director: Lanny Cotler)
  28. Home Fries (Director: Dean Parisot)
  29. Hope Floats (Director: Forest Whitaker)
  30. Hush (Director: Jonathan Darby)
  31. Il mio West (Director: Giovanni Veronesi)
  32. In God’s Hands (Director: Zalman King)
  33. It All Came True (Director: Peter Yates)
  34. Krippendorf’s Tribe (Director: Todd Holland)
  35. Laughing Dead (Director: Patrick Gleason)
  36. Les Misérables (director: Bille August)
  37. Lost In Space (Director: Stephen Hopkins)
  38. Love Kills (Director: Mario Van Peebles)
  39. Lovers Of The Arctic Circle (Director: Julio Medem)
  40. Lucinda’s Spell (Director: Jon Jacobs)
  41. Lulu On The Bridge (Director: Paul Auster)
  42. Mafia! (Director: Jim Abrahams)
  43. Major League: Back To The Minors (Director: John Warren)
  44. Meet Joe Black (Director: Martin Brest)
  45. Music From Another Room (Director: Charlie Peters)
  46. Naturally Native (Directors Jennifer Wynne Farmer + Valerie Red-Horse)
  47. Night Train (Director: John Lynch)
  48. One Hell Of A Guy (Director: James David Pasternak)
  49. Patch Adams (Director: Tom Shadyac)
  50. Pleasantville (Director: Gary Ross)
  51. Polish Wedding (Director: Theresa Connelly)
  52. Practical Magic (Director: Griffin Dunne)
  53. Race (Director: Tom Musca)
  54. Rush Hour (Director: Brett Rattner)
  55. Savant (Directors: Lawrence Endleman + Clayard Humphrey)
  56. Shadrach (Director: Susanna Styron)
  57. Six Days Seven Nights (Director: Ivan Reitman)
  58. Six-String Samurai (Director: Lance Mungia)
  59. Sliding Doors (Director: Peter Howitt)
  60. Small Soldiers (Director Joe Dante)
  61. Smoke Signals (Director: Chris Eyre)
  62. Sphere (Director: Barry Levinson)
  63. Stepmom (Director: Chris Columbus)
  64. Talk Of Angels (Director: Nick Hamm)
  65. Tango (Director: Carlos Saura)
  66. That’s The Way I Like It (Director: Glen Goei)
  67. The Avengers (Director: Jeremiah S. Chechik)
  68. The Brylcreem Boys (Director: Terence Ryan)
  69. The Dinner Game (Director: Francis Veber)
  70. The Godson (Director: Bob Hoge)
  71. The Horse Whisperer (Director: Robert Redford)
  72. The Incredible Adventures of Marco Polo on His Journeys to the Ends of the Earth (Director: George Erschbamer)
  73. The Man In The Iron Mask (Director: Randall Wallace)
  74. The Mask Of Zorro (Director: Martin Campbell)
  75. The Mighty (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  76. The Newton Boys (Director: Richard Linklater)
  77. The Odd Couple II (Director: Howard Deutch)
  78. The Revengers’ Comedies (Director: Malcolm Mowbray)
  79. The Scottish Tale (Director: Mack Polhemus)
  80. The Storm Riders (Director: Wai-Keung Lau)
  81. The Very Thought Of You (Director: Nick Hamm)
  82. The Waterboy (Director: Frank Coraci)
  83. The Wedding Singer (Director: Frank Coraci)
  84. The X-Files: Fight The Future (Director: Rob Bowman)
  85. U.S. Marshalls (Director: Stuart Baird)
  86. West Beirut (Director: Ziad Doueiri)
  87. What Dreams May Come (Director: Vincent Ward)
  88. Who Am I? (Director: Benny Chan + Jackie Chan)
  89. Wind With The Gone (Director: Alejandro Agresti)
  90. Without Limits (Director: Robert Towne)
  91. Wrongfully Accused (Director: Pat Proft)
  1. 1999 (Director: Nick Davis)
  2. 20 Dates (Director: Myles Berkowitz)
  3. 54 (Director: Mark Christopher)
  4. A Letter From Death Row (Directors: Marvin Baker + Bret Michaels)
  5. A Little Bit Of Soul (Director: Peter Duncan)
  6. A Murder Of Crows (Director: Rowdy Herrington)
  7. A Perfect Murder (Director: Andrew Davis)
  8. A Place Called Truth (Director: Rafael Eisenman)
  9. A Price Above Rubies (Director: Boaz Yakin)
  10. A Simple Plan (Director: Sam Raimi)
  11. A Soldier’s Daughter Never Cries (Director: James Ivory)
  12. A Soldier’s Sweetheart (Director: Thomas Michael Donnelly)
  13. A State Of Mind (Director: Yvette Plummer)
  14. Airborne (Director: Julian Grant)
  15. Alice + Martin (Director: André Téchiné)
  16. All The Little Animals (Director: Jeremy Thomas)
  17. Ambushed (Director: Ernest R. Dickerson)
  18. American Dragons (Director: Ralph Hemecker)
  19. American History X (Director: Tony Kaye)
  20. Among Giants (Director: Sam Miller)
  21. Anarchy TV (Director: Jonathan Blank)
  22. Angel Of The Night (Director: Shaky González)
  23. Another Day In Paradise (Director: Larry Clark)
  24. Another Meltdown (Director: Wai-Lun Lam)
  25. Appetite (Director: George Milton)
  26. Apt Pupil (Director: Bryan Singer)
  27. Armstrong (Director: Menahem Golan)
  28. Around The Fire (Director: John Jacobsen)
  29. Arrival II (Director: Kevin S. Tenney)
  30. Art House (Director: Leigh Scott)
  31. Asesinato a distancia (Director: Santiago Carlos Oves)
  32. B. Monkey (Director: Michael Radford)
  33. BASEketball (Director: David Zucker)
  34. Back To Even (Director: Rod Hewitt)
  35. Basil (Director: Radha Bharadwaj)
  36. Beach Movie (Director: John Quinn)
  37. Belly (Director: Hype Williams)
  38. Beloved (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  39. Besieged (Director: Bernardo Bertolucci)
  40. Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss (Director: Tommy O’Haver)
  41. Black Cat, White Cat (Director: Emir Kusturica)
  42. Black Sea 213 (Director: Rafael Eisenman)
  43. Black Thunder (Director: Rick Jacobson)
  44. Blackheart (Director: Dominic Shiach)
  45. Blackthorn Rose (Director: Ross Corsair)
  46. Blade (Director: Stephen Norrington)
  47. Blind Faith (Director: Ernest R. Dickerson)
  48. Blood, Guts, Bullets + Octane (Director: Joe Carnahan)
  49. Bloody Angels (Director: Karin Julsrud)
  50. Blue Moon (Director: Brian Garton)
  51. Body Count (Director: Robert Patton-Spruill)
  52. Bone Daddy (Director: Mario Azzopardi)
  53. Bongwater (Director: Richard Sears)
  54. Boogie Boy (Director: Craig Hamann)
  55. Bravo (Director: Lorena David)
  56. Break Up (Director: Paul Marcus)
  57. Bride Of Chucky (Director: Runny Yu)
  58. Broken Vessels (Director: Scott Ziehl)
  59. Brown’s Requiem (Director: Jason Freeland)
  60. Buffalo ’66 (Director: Vincent Gallo)
  61. Bulworth (Director: Warren Beatty)
  62. Butter (Director: Peter Gathings Bunche)
  63. Cabaret Balkan (Director: Goran Paskaljevic)
  64. Carnal Fate (Director: Mike Sedan)
  65. Carnival Of Souls (Director: Adam Grossman)
  66. Carried Away (Director: Paul Kostick)
  67. Caught Up (Director: Darin Scott)
  68. Celebrity (Director: Woody Allen)
  69. Central Station (Director: Walter Salles)
  70. Cha-cha-chá (Director: Antonio del Real)
  71. Charades (Director: Stephen Eckelberry)
  72. Claudine’s Return (Director: Antonio Tibaldi)
  73. Clay Pigeons (Director: David Dobkin)
  74. Cleopatra’s Second Husband (Director: Jon Reiss)
  75. Club Wild Side (Director: Lawrence Lanoff)
  76. Club Wild Side II (Director: Lawrence Lanoff)
  77. Cousin Bette (Director: Des McAnuff)
  78. Criminal Minds (Director: Thomas Baumann)
  79. Crossfire (Directors: Gary S. Lipsky + Joe Zimmerman)
  80. Dad Savage (Director: Betsan Morris Evans)
  81. Dahan (Director: Rituparno Ghosh)
  82. Dangerous Beauty (Director: Marshall Herskovitz)
  83. Dante’s View (Director: Steven A. Adelson)
  84. Dark City (Director: Alex Proyas)
  85. Dark Confessions (Director: Lloyd A. Simandl)
  86. Dark Harbor (Director: Adam Coleman Howard)
  87. Dead Broke (Edward Vilga)
  88. Dead End (Director: Douglas Jackson)
  89. Dead Man On Campus (Director: Alan Cohn)
  90. Dead Man’s Curve (Director: Dan Rosen)
  91. Dead By Dawn (Director: James Salisbury)
  92. Deadly Ransom (Director: Robert Hyatt)
  93. Decampitated (Director: Matt Cunningham)
  94. Deep Rising (Director: Stephen Sommers)
  95. Denial (Director: Adam Rifkin)
  96. Desert Blue (Director: Morgan J. Freeman)
  97. Desperate Measures (Director: Barbet Schroeder)
  98. Detention (Director: Andy Anderson)
  99. Diary For A Tale (Director: Jana Bokova)
  100. Disturbing Behavior (Director: David Nutter)
  101. Dog Park (Director: Bruce McCulloch)
  102. Drylongso (Director: Cauleen Smith)
  103. Eko Eko Azarak: Misa the Dark Angel (Director: Katsuhito Ueno)
  104. Elizabeth (Director: Shekhar Kapur)
  105. Enemy Of The State (Director: Tony Scott)
  106. Evasive Action (Director: Jerry P. Jacobs)
  107. Exposé (Director: Daphna Edwards)
  108. Extramarital (Director: Yael Russcol)
  109. Faces Of Horror (Directors: Martin Seto, Lam Jin Wai + Tin Yung Yiu)
  110. Fait Accompli (Director: Andrzej Sekula)
  111. Fallen (Director: Gregory Hoblit)
  112. Falling Sky (Directors: Russ Brant + Brian J. De Palma)
  113. Fatal Affair (Director: Marc S. Grenier)
  114. Fear + Loathing In Las Vegas (Director: Terry Gilliam)
  115. Femalien II (Director: Cybil Richards)
  116. Fifth Ward (Director: Greg Carter)
  117. Final Cut (Directors: Dominic Anciano + Ray Burdis)
  118. Firestorm (Director: Dean Semler)
  119. Following (Director: Christopher Nolan)
  120. For Hire (Director: Jean Pellerin)
  121. Free Enterprise (Director: Robert Meyer Burnett)
  122. Free Money (Director: Yves Simoneau)
  123. Freedom Strike (Director: Jerry P. Jacobs)
  124. Frogs For Snakes (Director: Amos Poe)
  125. Get Real (Director: Simon Shore)
  126. Getting Personal (Director: Ron Burrus)
  127. Girl (Director: Jonathan Kahn)
  128. God, Sex + Apple Pie (Director: Paul Leaf)
  129. Gods + Monsters (Director: Bill Condon)
  130. Goodbye Lover (Director: Roland Joffé)
  131. Great Expectations (Director: Alfonso Cuarón)
  132. Gunshy (Director: Jeff Celentano)
  133. Hairshirt (Director: Dean Paraskevopoulos)
  134. Half-Baked (Director: Tamra Davis)
  135. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (Director: Steve Miner)
  136. Hard (Director: John Huckert)
  137. Hard Rain (Director: Mikael Salomon)
  138. Hard Rock’n (Director: Tim Andrew)
  139. Harvest (Director: Stuart Burkin)
  140. He Got Game (Director: Spike Lee)
  141. Heaven (Director: Scott Reynolds)
  142. Heaven Or Vegas (Director: Gregory C. Haynes)
  143. Heist (Director: Peter Rossi)
  144. Hell Mountain (Director: Mike Rohl)
  145. Hell’s Kitchen (Director: Tony Cinciripini)
  146. Hi-Life (Director: Roger Hedden)
  147. Hideous Kinky (Director: Gillies MacKinnon)
  148. High Art (Director: Lisa Cholodenko)
  149. Hijack (Director: Worth Keeter)
  150. Hilary + Jackie (Director: Anand Tucker)
  151. Hitman (Director: Wei Tung)
  152. Homegrown (Director: Stephen Gyllenhaal)
  153. Hoods (Director: Mark Malone)
  154. How Stella Got Her Groove Back (Director: Kevin Rodney Sullivan)
  155. Hurlyburly (Director: Anthony Drazan)
  156. I Got The Hook-Up (Director: Michael Martin)
  157. I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (Director: Danny Cannon)
  158. I Want You (Director: Michael Winterbottom)
  159. I’m Losing You (Director: Bruce Wagner)
  160. If I Die Before I Wake (Director: Brian Katkin)
  161. Illuminata (Director: John Turturro)
  162. Immortality (Director: Po-Chih Leong)
  163. Inconceivable (Director: Bob Weis)
  164. Interlocked: Thrilled to Death (Director: Rick Jacobson)
  165. Intimate Nights (Director: Jay Madison)
  166. Jaded (Director: Caryn Krooth)
  167. Jerome (Directors: David Elton, Thomas Johnston + Eric Tignini)
  168. Jerry + Tom (Director: Saul Rubinek)
  169. Johnny B Good (Director: Richard Brooks)
  170. Johnny Skidmarks (Director: John Raffo)
  171. Judas Kiss (Director: Sebastian Gutierrez)
  172. Just A Little Harmless Sex (Director: Rick Rosenthal)
  173. Killer Flick (Director: Mark Weidman)
  174. Killing Time (Director: Bharat Nalluri)
  175. Kiss The Sky (Director: Roger Young)
  176. Kissing A Fool (Director: Doug Ellin)
  177. Knock Off (Director: Hark Tsui)
  178. L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach (Director: Andy Sidaris)
  179. La Cucaracha (Director: Jack Perez)
  180. La otra conquista (Director: Salvador Carrasco)
  181. Lady Of The Lake (Director: Maurice Devereaux)
  182. Land Of the Free (Director: Jerry Jameson)
  183. Last Night (Director: Don McKellar)
  184. Legacy (Director: T.J. Scott)
  185. Legend Of The Mummy (Director: Jeffrey Obrow)
  186. Legionnaire (Director: Peter MacDonald)
  187. Lethal Weapon IV (Director: Richard Donner)
  188. Letters From A Killer (Director: David Carson)
  189. Life In The Fast Lane (Director: Eleanor Gaver)
  190. Life Of A Gigolo (Director: Leland Price)
  191. Little Voice (Director: Mark Herman)
  192. Living Out Loud (Director: Richard LaGravenese)
  193. Lock, Stock + Two Smoking Barrels (Director: Guy Ritchie)
  194. Lola’s Game (Director: Tim Andrew)
  195. Losing Control (Director: Julie Jordan)
  196. Matter Of Trust (Director: Joey Travolta)
  197. Memorial Day (Director: Worth Keeter)
  198. Merchants Of Venus (Director: Len Richmond)
  199. Mercury Rising (Director: Harold Becker)
  200. Milo (Director: Pascal Franchot)
  201. Miss Monday (Director: Benson Lee)
  202. Mistress Of Seduction (Director: Ellyn Michaels)
  203. Mixing Nia (Director: Alison Swan)
  204. Montana (Director: Jennifer Leitzes)
  205. Monument Ave. (Director: Ted Demme)
  206. My Name Is Joe (Director: Ken Loach)
  207. Naked Frailties (Director: Larry Reese)
  208. Naked Lies (Director: Ralph E. Portillo)
  209. New Rose Hotel (Director: Abel Ferrara)
  210. Next Stop Wonderland (Director: Brad Anderson)
  211. No Code Of Conduct (Director: Bret Michaels)
  212. No Looking Back (Director: Edward Burns)
  213. No Rest For THe Wicked (Director: John Sjogren)
  214. Nowhere Land (Director: Rupert Hitzig)
  215. O.K. Garage (Director: Brandon Cole)
  216. October 22 (Director: Richard Schenkman)
  217. One Tough Cop (Director: Bruno Barreto)
  218. One True Thing (Director: Carl Franklin)
  219. Operation Delta Force III: Clear Target (Director: Mark Roper)
  220. Origin Of The Species: Andres Heinz)
  221. Out Of Control (Director: Richard Trevor)
  222. Out Of Sight (Director Stephen Soderbergh)
  223. Outside Ozona (Director: J.S. Cardone)
  224. Overdrive (Director: Lev L. Spiro)
  225. Painted Angels (Director: Jon Sanders)
  226. Palmetto (Director: Volker Schlöndorff)
  227. Papertrail (Director: Damian Lee)
  228. Paranoia (Director: Larry Band)
  229. Pariah (Director: Randolph Kret)
  230. Pau Mui (Director: Clarence Yiu-leung Fok)
  231. Pecker (Director: John Waters)
  232. Penitentiary Chances (Directors: Eduardo Quiroz + Jose Quiroz)
  233. Pep Squad (Director Steve Balderson)
  234. Permanent Midnight (Director: David Veloz)
  235. Pete’s Meteor (Director: Joe O’Bryne)
  236. Phantasm IV: Oblivion (Director: Don Coscarelli)
  237. Phantoms (Director: Joe Chappelle)
  238. Phoenix (Director: Danny Cannon)
  239. Pi (Director: Darren Aronofsky)
  240. Pizza, Beer + Cigarettes (Directors: Israel Adrián Caetano + Bruno Stagnaro)
  241. Place Vendôme (Director: Nicole Garcia)
  242. Playing By Heart (Director: Willard Carroll)
  243. Point Blank (Director: Matt Earl Beesley)
  244. Postmortem (Director: Albert Pyun)
  245. Prague Duet (Director: Roger L. Simon)
  246. Primary Colors (Director: Mike Nichols)
  247. Progeny (Director: Brian Yuzna)
  248. Provocateur (Director: Jim Donovan)
  249. Psycho (Director: Gus van Sant)
  250. Psycho Sisters (Directors: Pete Jacelone, Sal Longo + Gary Whitson)
  251. RPM (Director: Ian Sharp)
  252. Raising The Heights (Director: Max Gottlieb)
  253. Razor Blade Smile (Director: Jake West)
  254. Reach The Rock (Director: Bill Ryan)
  255. Recoil (Director: Art Camacho)
  256. Relax...It’s Just Sex (Director: P.J. Castellaneta)
  257. Renegade Force (Director: Martin Kunert)
  258. Restaurant (Director: Eric Bross)
  259. Resurrection Man (Director: Marc Evans)
  260. Return To Paradise (Director: Joseph Ruben
  261. Ride (Director: Millicent Shelton)
  262. Ringmaster (Director: Neil Abramson)
  263. River Red (Director: Eric Drilling)
  264. Ronin (Director: John Frankenheimer)
  265. Rough Draft (Diary Of A Serial Killer) (Director: Joshua Wallace)
  266. Rounders (Director: John Dahl)
  267. Run Lola Run (Lola Rennt) (Director: Tom Tykwer)
  268. Running Woman (Directors: Rachel Samuels + David Blass)
  269. Rush Hour (Director: Wes Anderson)
  270. SLC Punk! (Director: James Merendino)
  271. Safe Men (Director: John Hamburg)
  272. Sanctuary (Director: Tibor Takács)
  273. Sand Trap (Director: Harris Done)
  274. Saving Private Ryan (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  275. Savior (Director: Predrag Antonijevic)
  276. Scarred City (Scar City) (Director: Ken Sanzel)
  277. Scorpio One (Director: Worth Keeter)
  278. Secretos compartidos (Director: Alberto Lecchi)
  279. Secrets Of A Chambermaid (Director: Adele Bertei)
  280. Senseless (Director: Penelope Spheeris)
  281. Sex Files: Portrait Of The Soul (Director: David Goldner)
  282. Shadow Builder (Director: Jamie Dixon)
  283. Shadow Of Doubt (Director: Randal Kleiser)
  284. Shakespeare In Love (Director: John Madden)
  285. Shark Skin Man + Peach Hip Girl (Director: Katsuhito Ishii)
  286. Shattered Image (Director: Raoul Ruiz)
  287. Sheer Passion (Director: John Quinn)
  288. Shelter (Director: Scott Paulin)
  289. Shepherd (Director: Peter Hayman)
  290. Shrieker (Director: David DeCoteau)
  291. Sista Kontraktet (Director: Kjell Sundvall)
  292. Slam (Director: Marc Levin)
  293. Sleepwalker (Director: Fernando Spiner)
  294. Slums Of Beverly Hills (Director: Tamara Jenkins)
  295. Snake Eyes (Director: Brian De Palma)
  296. Soldier (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  297. Some Girl (Director: Rory Kelly)
  298. Somewhere In The City (Director: Ramin Niami)
  299. Soundman (Director: Steven Ho)
  300. Sour Grapes (Director: Larry David)
  301. Southie (Director: John Shea)
  302. Spanish Fly (Director: Daphna Kastner)
  303. Species II (Director: Peter Medak)
  304. Spriggan (Director: Hirotsugu Kawasaki)
  305. St. Ives (Director: Harry Hook)
  306. Standoff (Director: Andrew Chapman)
  307. Star Of Jaipur (Director: Chris McIntyre)
  308. Stiff Upper Lips (Director: Gary Sinyor)
  309. Still Crazy (Director: Brian Gibson)
  310. Stingers (Director: Steve Kurland)
  311. Stolen Heart (Director: Terry O’Brien)
  312. Strangeland (Director: John Pieplow)
  313. Streetwise (Director: Bruce Brown)
  314. Sublet (Director: John Hamilton)
  315. Surface To Air (Director: Rodney McDonald)
  316. Susan’s Plan (Director: John Landis)
  317. Sweepers (Director: Keoni Waxman)
  318. Sweetheart Murders (Director: Markus Innocenti)
  319. Tale Of The Mummy (Director: Russell Mulcahy)
  320. Talisman (Director: David DeCoteau)
  321. Taxman (Director: Avi Nesher)
  322. Teach Me (Director: Gary Delfiner)
  323. Telling You (Director: Rob DeFranco)
  324. Termination Man (Director: Fred Gallo)
  325. Testing The Limits (Director: Brigitte Berman)
  326. The Adventures Of Sebastian Cole)
  327. The Big Hit (Director: Kirk Wong)
  328. The Big Lebowski (Director: Joel Coen)
  329. The Boys (Director: Rowan Woods)
  330. The Cabin (Director: Paul Klein)
  331. The Celebration (Director: Thomas Vinterberg)
  332. The Dentist II (Director: Brian Yuzna)
  333. The Dreamlife Of Angels (Director: Erick Zonca)
  334. The Emperor + The Assassin (Director: Kaige Chen)
  335. The Eternal (Director: Michael Almereyda)
  336. The Faculty (Director: Robert Rodriguez)
  337. The Farmhouse (Eye Of The Storm) (Director: Marcus Spiegel)
  338. The First 9½ Weeks (Director: Alex Wright)
  339. The Gardner (Director: James D.R. Hickox)
  340. The General (Director: John Boorman)
  341. The Gingerbread Man (Director: Robert Altman)
  342. The Girl Of Your Dreams (Director: Fernando Trueba)
  343. The Governess (Director Sandra Goldbacher)
  344. The Hi-Lo Country (Director: Stephen Frears)
  345. The Idiots (Director: Lars von Trier)
  346. The Imposters (Director: Stanley Tucci)
  347. The Inheritors (Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky)
  348. The Land Girls (Director: David Leland)
  349. The Landlady (Director: Robert Malenfant)
  350. The Last Days Of Disco (Director: Whit Stillman)
  351. The Legend of 1900 (Director: Giuseppe Tornatore)
  352. The Lesser Evil (Director: David Mackay)
  353. The Lost World (Director: Bob Keen)
  354. The Minion (Director: Jean-Marc Piché)
  355. The Naked Man (Director: J. Todd Anderson)
  356. The Negotiator (Director: F. Gary Gray)
  357. The Night Caller (Director: Robert Malenfant)
  358. The Object Of My Affection (Director: Nicholas Hytner)
  359. The Opposite Of Sex (Director: Don Roos)
  360. The Pandora Project (Directors: John Terlesky + Jim Wynorski)
  361. The Pass (Director: Kurt Voss)
  362. The Patriot (Director: Dean Semler)
  363. The Pawn (Director: Clay Borris)
  364. The Phantom Of The Opera (Director: Dario Argento)
  365. The Players Club (Director: Ice Cube)
  366. The Process (Director: Ernie Reyes, Jr.)
  367. The Proposition (Director: Lesli Linka Glatter)
  368. The Red Violin (Director: François Girard)
  369. The Replacement Killers (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  370. The School Of Flesh (Director: Benoît Jacquot)
  371. The Sender (Director: Richard Pepin)
  372. The Siege (Director: Edward Zwick)
  373. The Souler Opposite (Director: Bill Malmenson)
  374. The Theory Of Flight (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  375. The Thin Red Line (Director: Terrence Malick)
  376. The Treat (Director: Jonathan Gems)
  377. The Ultimate Weapon (Director: Jon Cassar)
  378. The Velocity Of Gary (Director: Dan Ireland)
  379. The White Raven (Directors: Jakub Z. Rucinski + Andrew Stevens)
  380. The Yakuza Way (Director: Shundo Ohkawa)
  381. There’s Something About Mary (Director: Bobby Farrelly + Peter Farrelly)
  382. This Is My Father (Director: Paul Quinn)
  383. Thursday (Director: Skip Woods)
  384. Too Tired To Die (Director: Wonsuk Chin)
  385. Train Of Life (Director: Radu Mihaileanu)
  386. True Friends (Director: James Quattrochi)
  387. Tulak ng bibig, kabig ng dibdib (Joey Del Rosario)
  388. Twice Upon A Yesterday (Director: Maria Ripoll)
  389. Twilight (Director: Robert Benton)
  390. Under Heaven (Director: Meg Richman)
  391. Undercurrent (Director: Frank Kerr)
  392. Urban Ghost Story (Director: Geneviève Jolliffe)
  393. Urban Legend (Director: Jamie Blanks)
  394. Vampires (Director: John Carpenter)
  395. Velvet Goldmine (Director: Todd Haynes)
  396. Very Bad Things (Director: Peter Berg)
  397. Veteranos (Directors: Eduardo Quiroz + Jose Quiroz)
  398. Vipers (Director: Eric Gibson)
  399. Virtual Encounters II (Director: Cybil Richards)
  400. Wanted (Director: Terence M. O’Keefe)
  401. Watchers IV (Director: John Carl Buechler)
  402. Webmaster (Director: Thomas Borch Neilsen)
  403. Welcome To Hollywood (Director: Tony Markes + Adam Rifkin)
  404. Went to Coney Island on a Mission from God... Be Back by Five (Director: Richard Schenkman)
  405. What Rats Won’t Do (Director: Alastair Reid)
  406. Where’s Marlowe? (Director: Daniel Pyne)
  407. Whispering Corridors (Director: Ki-hyeong Park)
  408. Why Do Fools Fall In Love (Director: Gregory Nava)
  409. Wicked (Director: Michael Steinberg)
  410. Wilbur Falls (Director: Juliane Glantz)
  411. Wild Things (Director: John McNaughton)
  412. With Friends Like These... (Director: Philip Frank Messina)
  413. Woo (Director: Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
  414. Xiu Xiu: The Sent-Down Girl (Director: John Chen)
  415. Yellow (Director: Chris Chan Lee)
  416. Your Friends + Neighbors (Director: Neil LaBute)
  417. Zack + Reba (Director: Nicole Bettauer)
  418. Zero Effect (Director: Jake Kasdan)
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2017.03.08 05:59 sconce2600 I have compiled all the data from this sub and broken down who is out and who is still in play, I will update this list daily until the lineup is released.

Edit 4/4: The lineup has dropped, bold denotes acts playing
This is a list of acts that are potentially in and are most certainly out for OSLs 2017, I mostly stuck to notable names so that I only had to turn over hundreds of rocks rather than thousands. I intend to update this list via edit from now until the lineup drop (within 30 days at this point I should think). If you want to add someone to this list just comment below and I will modify the list and credit your handle next to the edit. If you want to find someone in particular quickly I suggest you use ctrl F.
Out due to gigs at AT&T Park/Levi's Stadium in San Francisco and Santa Clara CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Oracle arena in Oakland CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the SAP Center in San Jose CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Golden One Center in Sacramento CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Concord Pavilion in Concord CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Greek Theatre in Berkley CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Masonic in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fox theater in Oakland CA (May through November)
Edit 4/3/17 (undeadsinatra) added: Out due to gigs at the Mountain Winery in Saratoga CA (May through November
Out due to gigs at the Warfield in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to gigs at the Fillmore in San Francisco CA (May through November)
Out due to playing Bottlerock in Napa CA (May 26th-28th, this is just the first several lines)
Out due to playing Santa Cruz American music festival in Santa Cruz CA (May 27th & 28th)
Out due to playing Colossal Clusterfest in San Francisco CA (June 2nd-4th)
Out due to playing Phono Del Sol Music and Food Festival in San Francisco CA (June 17th)
Out due to playing Id1ot Fest in Mountain View CA (June 24th & 25th)
Out due to playing Burger Boogaloo in Oakland CA (July 1st & 2nd)
Out due to playing San Jose Jazz Summer Fest in San Jose CA (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Flow festival in Finland (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boardmasters festival in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Way out West festival in Sweden (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Smukfest in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Oya Festival in Norway (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing SonneMondSterne Festival in Germany (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Boomtown Fair in the UK (same weekend as OSLs)
Out due to playing Haven Festival in Denmark (same weekend as OSLs)
Probably out due to Sziget Festival in Hungary (same weekend as OSLs, note that this festival is seven days long and therefore it is possible that some of the names below will make it to OSLs, we'll know more when the day by day breakdown comes out)
The following are acts that were in the first six lines of OSLs in 2015 and 2016 that are not already ruled out above and can safely be assumed out for this year.
Others that are out
Edit 3/11/17 added: The following are acts that played bay area gigs the same year as an OSLs appearance
Edit 3/13/17 added: The following is a list of returnees and the gaps between return performances
No gap
Three year gap
Four year gap
Five year gap
Seven year gap
Eight year gap
The following are acts that are still in play that have been mentioned in this sub since January 1st, this does not mean that every name below is necessarily likely so much as not eliminated.
Potential Headliners
Potential Undercard
Edit 3/13/17 added: Past lineup drop dates:
Edit 3/27/17 added: Confirmations
Electric guest: Confirmed on 3/27/17 by A_lonerist
Metallica: Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by r-fitz_24
Empire of the Sun Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by 0kvn_prz0
Sofi Tucker Confirmed on 3/29/17 by Ranger Dave and first reported by IrateDesperado
Acts that were mentioned by no one that ended up on the lineup (in order of appearance)
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2017.03.06 09:06 clearliquidclearjar WEEKLY EVENTS 3/6 – 3/15

I’ve got a little time to spare, let’s see what I can do with this.
Tally’s Independent Cinema and Theater Offerings:
  • Break Fast Grill: Stephen Williamson. 6pm
  • Bread & Roses: Crassie Lassie Fest w/ Period Bomb, Problem Child, Winded, Black Sun Black Moon. 8pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Live Rehearsal Tuesdays. “Tuesdays are Live Rehearsals at [email protected]. Sponsored by the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild. Utilize our complete backline and PA for rehearsals, jams, or hold auditions. Up to one hour slots (or more depending on number of signups) per artist/group.” 4pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Corine Samwel. 6pm
  • Madison Social: Trivia Social. They do half and half theme and miscellaneous, so check their FB every week for an event page. 7pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Tales from the Crypt Tuesday! 7pm/free
  • Brass Tap in Midtown: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Northside Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank. 50 questions of sweet, sweet trivia. This is a great geeky date night option. If you’ve got teens or kids that want to go to trivia (hey, nerds come in all sizes), this is a PG/PG-13 night. 7:30pm/free
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Trivia With John Carpenter. Lively and fun. 7:30pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: Trivia Factory. 7:30pm
  • Midtown Pies: Trivia and Deliciousness! 8pm
  • Fire Bettys: Now That's What I Call Tuesday! Dance Party. 8pm
  • Fourth Quarter: Trivia With Professor Jim. AUCE wings. Truly a trivia favorite. 8pm
  • Krewe de Gras: Karaoke With Pete. 8:30pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Karaoke with DJRah. 9pm
  • The Warrior: Open Mic "SingeSong Writer" Edition. “Full bands welcome. Free Pitcher for a 15 minute or more ORIGINAL Set.” 9pm
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Trivia Tuesday! 9:30pm
  • Applebee’s on the Parkway: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Pockets Pool: Karaoke with Dwight. 10pm/21+
  • Black Dog in RR Sq: Literary Night with Keegan Lester and Friends. 7pm
  • Goodwood: Rosi Golan. 7:30pm
  • Side Bar: Tatanka w/ Yamadeo, Trial By Stone & Oceanstone. 8pm/$10
  • Blue Tavern: Roda Vibe - Brazilian Music. 8pm
  • The Warehouse: Yolanda J. Franklin and Sean Towey. 8pm
  • Bad Girls Club: PILL, MYAKKA, SLUG. 8pm
  • Madison Social: The Booze-ness Lunch: Free Drink During Lunch “If Don Draper did it, why not you. We are introducing the weekly Booze-ness lunch, because one cocktail in the afternoon just makes you more creative and productive (its science). Come have lunch with us, Centrale or Township and enjoy a delicious adult beverage on the house with food purchase.” 11:30am-3pm
  • Bird's Oyster Shack: Lab Sessions with Jim Crozier, featuring Frank Jones with Mickey Abraham. 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Kalen Mercer. 6pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Quizmaster General Knowledge Trivia. “Quizmaster is hosted by Bennett Miller from 7-9pm every Wednesday, and features three rounds of general knowledge trivia (and a weekly food special). It is free to play and teams of up to 6 are welcome. The winner of each round receives a sample flight, and the Quizmaster for the night receives a $25 gift card and serious credit on Geek Street.” 7pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Hurricane Grill & Wings: Trivia With Greg. 7pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: BYOBG! Bring Your Own Board Game. “Our gracious host, Trevor Bond, will be featuring one game each week. Feel free to bring your own games to play & share.” 7pm/21+
  • Junction @ Monroe: Wednesday Night Bingo. “Good food, good drinks, good friends, and a chance to win some big cashola!” 7pm
  • Proof: Bar Trivia With Hank. Drink delicious brews and show off all those random factoids you thought you’d never use. Local beer, local trivia in the heart of Tally’s Art District. A food truck is always out front for this, too, or you can order and pick up something great at the Crum Box Gastgarden (the caboose in RR Sq). Bar tab for 1st and 2nd place teams. 7:30pm/21+/no cover
  • The Warehouse: Open Mic. “There is a lottery for time slots. Now smoke free!” 8pm
  • El Patron: Karaoke With Big Bob. 8:30pm-11:30pm
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Karaoke. 9pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm
  • Bird’s: Comedy Night. I’m pretty sure this is both a performance and an open mic. 9:30pm/free
  • Old Capitol: Womans Day of Action and Rally - #WomenTakeFL. 9am
  • Old Capitol: Women's March: A Day Without A Woman Candlelight Vigil. “”In honor of March 8th, International Women's Day, Women's March Florida in conjunction with Women's March on Washington and National Women's Liberation will be hosting a Women's Strike (A Day Without A Woman) acting together to defend equity, justice and continue the fight for women's rights and the end of violence and oppression of ALL women and gender non-conforming groups.” 6:15pm
  • LeRoy Collins Library: Silenced No More: Felon Rights Restoration. “Join the Big Bend Democratic Progressive Caucus, Capital Equality Democratic Caucus, Leon County Democratic Black Caucus, and the Leon County Democratic Party for a discussion on the status of civil rights restoration for felons in Florida. Speakers include Rev. Greg James and Mark Schlakman, J.D., of the FSU Center for the Advancement of Human Rights.” 6:30pm/free
  • Centre of Tallahassee: Willie Nelson & Family with Dwight Yoakam. 7:30pm
  • Club Downunder: A Tribe Called Red. 8pm/GP $15/18+
  • Junction @ Monroe: Anthony Gomes. 8pm
  • The Warehouse: The Lessers. 8pm
  • Indianhead Factory: CHEW, Bees and Enormous Tigers, Doorsmasher. 9pm/$5/all ages
  • TENN Nightclub: Sonny Fedora. 10pm
  • Lake Ella Area: Food Truck Thursday Adventures of Annabelle Lynn. 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with the Fried Turkeys. 6pm
  • Beef O’Brady’s: AJ Johnson Trivia. 6:30pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Open Stage Night. “Features slots for all performing arts including music and karaoke. Bands may also sign up for rehearsal time from 5pm to 8pm.” 7pm
  • Karaoke Rib Shack (3655 North Monroe Street): Karaoke and Ribs. “This isn't a drinking bar this is a kid friendly Established Restaurant.” 7pm-11pm
  • Warhorse: Bar Trivia With Hank. “5 rounds, 50 questions. Full bar, fantastic pizza, and fun facts.” 8pm
  • Dux (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Big Bob. $25 bar tab given away every week. 8:30pm-12:30pm
  • Midtown Caboose: Trivia Factory. 8:30pm
  • Unique Wonders: Live Comedy with Big Hou! 8:30pm/$5
  • Pockets: Karaoke Dance Party with Keith Welch. 9pm/21+
  • Brass Tap Midtown: Karaoke with DJ Rah. 9pm-Midnight
  • Applebees on Cap Cir: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Birds: Karaoke with Nathan. All the songs. $1 Pabst drafts. 10pm
  • 1500 Apalachee Parkway: Cirque Italia – Silver. “Cirque Italia is a unique show in every sense. After five years of consolidation, a rigorous casting selection, and over 1,000 performances nationwide; this spectacular production has become the greatest version of a “traveling circus”. Cirque Italia is proud to have developed a well-deserved reputation as one of the most innovative shows to be staged in the US. Cirque Italia also contributes to the modernization of the performing arts and the circus industry by abiding by a strict animal free policy. The company takes a leading stance in offering quality entertainment beyond the use of animals.” March 9-12. 10am-I have no idea when.
  • Tallahassee Harley-Davidson: Bike Night! “This month Pepper Drive will be rockin' the stage. Big D's BBQ will be cooking up the finest southern grub. Our World Famous Harley Girls will be serving up the ice cold beverages, with all donations going to benefit the Disable Veterans Organization, AHERO. AND we're bringing back the BIKINI BIKE WASH!” 6pm
  • Sierra Club (1834 Mahan Dr.): Carnivorous Plants. “Come join us as we learn more about carnivorous plants from Tom Miller, biology professor from FSU. Surprisingly, North Florida has one of the more diverse assemblages of carnivorous plants in the world. Not only are many of these local species quite beautiful, but they also provide interesting insights into local ecology, adaptation and evolutionary history, plant physiology, and even plant genetics. They capture a wide variety of prey and some species are also host to variety of insects and microbes that live within the leaves, utilizing the same prey captured by the plant. Tom will discuss these interesting facets of carnivorous plants, as well as bringing in a few plants from both local forests and elsewhere.” 6:30pm
  • 7th Hill Tap Room: Old Soul Revival. 7:30pm
  • Crum Box Gastgarden: Cameron McCann. 8pm
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: NRBQ. 8pm
  • The Wilbury: You Blew It, All Get Out, Free Throw. 9pm/$5/all ages
  • The Warrior: Dear Tatiana / TaReef Knockout / Buster Wolf / TBA. 9:30pm/$7
  • Fifth & Thomas: Backstage Garden Happy Hour with David Lareau. 5pm-8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Velma Frye. 6pm
  • Karaoke Rib Shack (3655 North Monroe Street): Karaoke and Ribs. “This isn't a drinking bar this is a kid friendly Established Restaurant.” 7pm-11pm
  • Hobbit South: Karaoke. 8pm
  • Leggetts: Karaoke with Paul. 8:30pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm
  • Skyzone: GLOW- Featuring DJ LooseKid. “Grab all of your friends and get your jump on with live music featuring Dj Loosekid, glow lights & laser beams! Check in early to take advantage of the full 2 hours of jumping! Each jumper must wear a reflective shirt, or purchase a shirt in the park. Due to the popularity of this event and early sell outs- we highly suggest you reserve your tickets online beforehand. We cannot guarantee tickets for GLOW will be available in the park at the time of the event.” 9pm-11pm/$25/no one under 5yo
  • 926 Lounge (Formerly Pugs): The Friday Night Party. “Get your pre-game on at Happy Hour with Tom from 4-9 and the dance party getting rolling at 10 pm with our favorite house DJs slinging sound all night long. At midnight, join our talented Queens for an amazing show!” 9pm/$5, $7 under 21/18+
  • Stetsons @ The Moon: Karaoke with Johnny Ray. 10pm/$5/18+
  • The Warehouse: Doc Otis/The Rest of Ray BroweCourtnee Fallon Rex + TBA. 7pm
  • 1210 S Adams St: Sell It Night. “Welcome to Sell It Tallahassee! A community microfunding project to encourage local artists in Tallahassee to hone in on their entrepreneurial skills. It's simple, and works like this: audience members pay $5 to get in. 3 artists "sell" their art to the audience taking turns. After the pitches, the audience votes on which artist had the best pitch. The winner receives all the money earned that night. Example: if 100 people show up, the winning artist will earn $500! Support local art. Support entrepreneurship. These artists are your neighbors. We are one community.” 7pm/$5
  • Black Dog in RR Sq: Marona, Graham Snuggs, Al Mirabella Anna Griffith. 7:30pm
  • Level 8: Ocean Disco. 8pm
  • Blue Tavern: Kim Thomas & George Boggs. 8pm/$5
  • The Junction @ Monroe: Grandpa's Cough Medicine. 8pm
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: Selwyn Birchwood. 8pm
  • Play Sports Bar: Tallahassee Adult Prom 2K17. “Tickets on Sale🔥 it's that time of the year Again Second Annual Adult Prom will be held March 10th @ Play Sports Bar.. Goodson Auto Detailing, EClass Ent & Yepwekan presents #ANightInParis 8pm-2am the most sexiest Party to hit the city with a Live Band, elegant , sophisticated and fashionable ... Get yourself a date( dates are not required) , Dress Up in your finest , rent your exotic cars , limousines and party buses .. #GrownAndMature Crowd 21+ Food provided, cash bar / Music By BOWEEZY a Prom King and Queen will be crowned. If you missed your high school prom you definitely don't want to miss this event.” 8pm
  • Fire Bettys: Voodoo Visionary. 8pm/free/21+
  • The Wilbury: Back To The Garage w/ Kane Strang (New Zealand). 8pm/free/all ages
  • The Warrior: Dirty Reggae Punx featuring Popshot with Invented Truths and Violent Lyle Punk Show. 8:30pm
  • Fifth & Thomas: The Groove Merchants. 9pm
  • Brass Tap Midtown: Colby Scheib. 9pm
  • Park at Monroe: The Downtown Marketplace. 9am
  • Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. “The Frenchtown Heritage Market offers a wide variety of fresh, naturally grown produce. Live music, cooking demos, fruits vegetables, and honey sold directly by farmers.” 10am – 3pm.
  • Karaoke Rib Shack (3655 North Monroe Street): Karaoke and Ribs. “This isn't a drinking bar this is a kid friendly Established Restaurant.” 7pm-11pm
  • Salty Dawg: Karaoke with Paul. Family friendly! 8pm
  • Leggetts: Karaoke with Cowboy Chris. 9pm
  • El Patron: Pasion Latina. Bachata, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton. 9pm
  • 926 Lounge: Sanctuary: Tallahassee’s Longest Running Goth Night. 10pm/$5/18+
  • Northside Pies: Future Pizza Makers of Tallahassee. “Northside Pies is now offering a Pizza Makers Academy for kids! Children will receive a presentation on the inner workings of a restaurant, a pizza making demonstration and a hands on tutorial that will allow them to stretch or toss, top and cook their own pizza! Children will also receive a tour of the kitchen and explanation of equipment like pizza ovens, slicers, coolers and dishwashing machines - all the elements that keep this place running! The experience takes about 30 minutes and will give a welcome break* to parents to enjoy their lunch.” Noon/Pricing: $25 includes an 18" Pizza for the parents and 1 Student $30 18" Pizza for parents and 2 students/add $10 for each additional student. Registration.](
  • 902 N Monroe St: Grand Opening of The Grove Museum in Tallahassee. “Join the Florida Department of State for the Grand Opening of The Grove Museum in Tallahassee on March 11, 2017, from 10am-4pm. Come tour the home and grounds and discover for yourself over 200 years of rich history beginning with territorial Governor Richard Keith Call through the legacy left by Governor and Mrs. LeRoy Collins. Enjoy outdoor games and activities. Food trucks will be available to purchase lunch. Bring a blanket to spread for a picnic lunch to get the full experience!” 10am-4pm/free
  • Kleman Plaza: St. Patrick’s Festival And Jack Madden Memorial Parade. “The Tallahassee Irish Society presents the Eight Annual Tallahassee St. Patrick's Festival and Parade! Featuring performances by the Tallahassee Pipe Band, the Bothys, Krooked Kilts, the Tallahassee Irish Stepdancers, and more. There will be plenty of food, music, vendors and fun for the whole family!” Noon-9pm
  • 3522 Thomasville Rd: Oyster Roast. “The Tallahassee Ducks Unlimited Chapter is excited to hold the 3rd annual Oyster Roast. Join us for live music, fresh oysters, a top drawer raffle selection featuring Browning, BERETTA, Benelli, and Fish G.Loomis, and more!” 3pm/$40
  • Black Dog on the Square: Jazz on the Square featuring the Vincent Moore Quartet. 7pm/$5
  • Backwoods Bistro: Bill Pandolfi Trio. 7pm
  • Legion Hall: Dance for a Cause with Acme Rhythm and Blues. 7pm/$15 for the American Cancer Society
  • Blue Tavern: Anne Feeney & Eric Schwartz. 8pm/$10
  • The Warehouse: Canna Celebration. “Performances from: Epic Ganesh, Invented Truths, Cap 6, Therapy. Solo Performances by: Travis (Sway Jah Vu) and Matthew Cloutier. Come Early and Sign the Petition "To Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol" Your Vote Counts. Let's Change Cannabis Laws!!” 8pm/18+/free
  • Junction @ Monroe: The Rockitz. 8pm
  • The Warrior: Super Bob w/ Defy the Tyrant, Misplaced Shoreline, and Scream Out Loud. 8pm/$10
  • Fifth & Thomas: Valley Queen with Wolf and Witness. 8pm
  • Garages on Gaines: Jazz & Beyond: 21 Blue feat. Longineu Parsons & Ted Shumate. 8pm/$5
  • The Wilbury: Merchandise and Chain of Flowers. 8pm
  • The Wolf’s Den: Wild Pink, The Sea Life, Den-Mate + more. 8pm/$5/all ages
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: Vanessa Collier. 9pm
  • Gaines Street/Railroad Ave: The Souk – “Come grab brunch from Tallahassee's finest, enjoy local musicians and check out local vendors. BRUNCH! Gaines Street hosts 12+ locally owned dining establishments in a 2 block area - we've got something for everyone! VENDORS! We've got vendors all up & down the block! Have some stuff to sell? Bring it down!. And tons of live MUSIC!” Noon-5pm
  • GrassLands Brewery: Queer Trivia: Let's Get Beers Together. “GrassLands invites the Tally LGBT community and friends to come down and enjoy local craft beer and queer-themed trivia every Sunday. LGBT-themed trivia provided by Trivia With Hank. $30 bar tab for 1st place. Stick around afterward for queers and beers.” 5pm
  • Salty Dawg Pub & Deli: The Famous Acoustic Jam w/ Wayne, Glenn, and Bo. Open mic, free beer for performers. 6pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: BINGO. 7pm
  • The Wilbury: Half Waif, Alumine, Graham Snuggs. 2pm/free
  • Black Dog in RR Sq: March Full Moon Ride. 6:30pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Second Sunday Blues Jam. “Bring your guitar, harp, voice, and any other instrument and join us every second Sunday for a blues jam. Open at 6pm for dinner, drinks, and player registration. House drum kit and bass rig provided. No cover charge.” 7pm
  • Tallahassee Museum: Full Moon Night Flight. “Tree To Tree Adventures’ Night Flights are a very exciting way to experience the Soaring Cypress zip line course in the dark. Grab your headlamps and zip through the treetops while conquering aerial obstacles and soaring over the cypress swamp.” 7:15pm
  • Waterworks: March Shimmy Caravan. “Enjoy a great dinner and some delicious cocktails while you watch Tallahassee's finest belly dancers strut their stuff!” 7:30pm/21+/free
  • Under Wraps on the Parkway: Bar Trivia With Hank. “50 questions of friendly trivia. Plus great Mediterranean food, delicious wraps, and beer by the bottle or bucket that won’t kick you in the wallet. $20 tab for 1st place. Near all the state offices – start your week off right.” 7pm/free
  • Junction @ Monroe: Monday Night Bingo. “Good food, good drinks, good friends, and a chance to win some big cashola! It doesn't get any better than [email protected]. Every Monday from 7pm-9pm we've got cash payouts up to $250 per game with multiple games each night PLUS a 50/50 drawing each week benefitting the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild.” 7pm-9pm
  • Blue Tavern (N Monroe St): Lost Mondays with Belmont & Jones. 8pm
  • Waterworks: Patio Theater. 8:35pm/21+
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Karaoke with Nathan. He’s got all the songs. All the songs you want to sing. 9pm
  • Side Bar Theater: Open Mic Mondays with Karaoke and Games. “ Open Mic: Drums, Guitar Amp, and Bass Amp will be provided. (Bring your own guitars and various instruments!) Karaoke, Nintendo 64 ( Mario Kart, Starfox, and more!), Foosball, Cornhole.” 9pm/free/18+
  • The Warrior: Hip-Hop Open Mic Monday's // Dj T Wixx on site // Bring your Tracks. 10pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Live Rehearsal Tuesdays. “Tuesdays are Live Rehearsals at [email protected]. Sponsored by the Tallahassee Area Musicians Guild. Utilize our complete backline and PA for rehearsals, jams, or hold auditions. Up to one hour slots (or more depending on number of signups) per artist/group.” 4pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with J.T. Weir. 6pm
  • Madison Social: Trivia Social. They do half and half theme and miscellaneous, so check their FB every week for an event page. 7pm
  • Cap City Video Lounge: Tales from the Crypt Tuesday! 7pm/free
  • Brass Tap in Midtown: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Northside Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank. 50 questions of sweet, sweet trivia. This is a great geeky date night option. If you’ve got teens or kids that want to go to trivia (hey, nerds come in all sizes), this is a PG/PG-13 night. 7:30pm/free
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Trivia With John Carpenter. Lively and fun. 7:30pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: Trivia Factory. 7:30pm
  • Midtown Pies: Trivia and Deliciousness! 8pm
  • Fire Bettys: Now That's What I Call Tuesday! Dance Party. 8pm
  • Fourth Quarter: Trivia With Professor Jim. AUCE wings. Truly a trivia favorite. 8pm
  • Krewe de Gras: Karaoke With Pete. 8:30pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Karaoke with DJRah. 9pm
  • The Warrior: Open Mic "SingeSong Writer" Edition. “Full bands welcome. Free Pitcher for a 15 minute or more ORIGINAL Set.” 9pm
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Trivia Tuesday! 9:30pm
  • Applebee’s on the Parkway: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Pockets Pool: Karaoke with Dwight. 10pm/21+
  • Junction @ Monroe: 100,000 Poets & Musicians For Change. 7pm
  • Blue Tavern: Roda Vibe - Brazilian Music. 8pm
  • Madison Social: The Booze-ness Lunch: Free Drink During Lunch “If Don Draper did it, why not you. We are introducing the weekly Booze-ness lunch, because one cocktail in the afternoon just makes you more creative and productive (its science). Come have lunch with us, Centrale or Township and enjoy a delicious adult beverage on the house with food purchase.” 11:30am-3pm
  • Bird's Oyster Shack: Lab Sessions with All Strings Considered - Don Austin & Jim Crozier. 6pm
  • Blue Tavern: Happy Hour with Kalen Mercer. 6pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Quizmaster General Knowledge Trivia. “Quizmaster is hosted by Bennett Miller from 7-9pm every Wednesday, and features three rounds of general knowledge trivia (and a weekly food special). It is free to play and teams of up to 6 are welcome. The winner of each round receives a sample flight, and the Quizmaster for the night receives a $25 gift card and serious credit on Geek Street.” 7pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Hurricane Grill & Wings: Trivia With Greg. 7pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: BYOBG! Bring Your Own Board Game. “Our gracious host, Trevor Bond, will be featuring one game each week. Feel free to bring your own games to play & share.” 7pm/21+
  • Junction @ Monroe: Wednesday Night Bingo. “Good food, good drinks, good friends, and a chance to win some big cashola!” 7pm
  • Proof: Bar Trivia With Hank. Drink delicious brews and show off all those random factoids you thought you’d never use. Local beer, local trivia in the heart of Tally’s Art District. A food truck is always out front for this, too, or you can order and pick up something great at the Crum Box Gastgarden (the caboose in RR Sq). Bar tab for 1st and 2nd place teams. 7:30pm/21+/no cover
  • The Warehouse: Open Mic. “There is a lottery for time slots. Now smoke free!” 8pm
  • El Patron: Karaoke With Big Bob. 8:30pm-11:30pm
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Karaoke. 9pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm
  • Bird’s: Comedy Night. I’m pretty sure this is both a performance and an open mic. 9:30pm/free
  • Blue Monday: Literary Night with Kati Schardl & Mark Hinson. 8pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Chris Henry & The Hardcore Grass. 8pm
Keep checking back, sometimes I update. Got anything to add?
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2016.07.27 23:31 superfrodies Bob Lefsetz letter: Dead & Company At Irvine Meadows (great piece about the show last night)

For those who don't know who Bob Lefsetz is, he is a music industry "insider" who writes a blog called the Lefsetz Letter. It is read widely throughout the industry. Anyway, here's his take on the show at Irvine Meadows last night and I thought it was RIGHT ON!
It was analog in a digital era.
Same as it ever was except the audience had mobiles.
To paraphrase that great philosopher Max Yasgur, it's a great world where nearly ten thousand people can get together and have a night of fun and music and nothing but fun and music, and I God Bless them for it!
It was the eighties Deadheads. With a patina of oldsters and youngsters thrown into the mix. They were worse for wear, bodies were imperfect, hair was long but scraggly, but they were all smiling, bonding with their brothers and sisters, and enjoying the mellifluous music of the latest iteration of the Grateful Dead.
The Other Ones were good, ever listen to their double CD package from the nineties? It's a keeper. But despite Fare Thee Well and the varying Furthur and Lesh/Weir combos touring this century, there was no path forward.
And now there is.
Credit John Mayer, for injecting vitality into the group, bringing the others along on this freight train to the future. Having blown up his own career and time passing him by Mayer executed a masterstroke by uniting with this entourage. He doesn't look like Jerry Garcia, he doesn't play like Jerry Garcia, but the assemblage with him included is much more together, functioning on a higher plane than the old Grateful Dead ever did.
You can't replace Captain Trips, but you can fill the hole and march into the musical wilderness in pursuit of fulfillment and happiness.
Garcia was a passive leader. Mayer doesn’t really lead at all, but emits such sparks, such energy, that the whole enterprise levitates, as well as the crowd.
It's not like other shows. It's not about the hit. It's about the experience. And isn't that what it's all about these days? Signifiers are less about what you own than where you've been. And if you were there last night you experienced a tribal rite so rare in today's world, one in which the music mattered and everything else did not.
The Democratic Convention might as well have been held on Mars, this was the California of the sixties, disconnected from the rest of the country, on its own trip of freedom.
And rather than utilize your mobile to surf, you used it for pics. You wanted to document the experience. There was no crowd huddled with their faces down, mesmerized by their screens, this was about participation.
And participate they did.
With tons of bad dancing, inspired by the music. You could see all the way back to 1965, how the Dead got started. It wasn't about hits, but party, vibe, letting the music take you away. And their tribe got bigger and word started to spread and suddenly, the Grateful Dead were a touring operation that turned into a juggernaut, all based on the show instead of the record. It got to the point where there were no records. New material existed on bootleg tapes at best. You see you had to be there.
And in this era of phony processed music, people clamor for authenticity, that which is real, that which is human, that which they can connect with.
Can you play?
That's not even a question anymore. Someone else plays. And oftentimes it's not guitars. Concertgoers expect perfection, it's all shiny and impenetrable. But last night... A few bum notes were hit, the vocals weren't always perfect, but sheer truth emanated from the stage. This is what happens when you get a bunch of people dedicated to the music, who follow it wherever it will take them, who are not looking to expand their brand, just to journey down the endless road.
And I can't say everybody was in thrall the whole show. There was a constant buzz, of people talking. At some points the music was merely background to the party. It was so different from that overpaying prick who talks to his date the whole show, here it was about community, and if you asked someone to move, they did, and while some were speaking, some were singing and...
I don't know where else you get this.
There was a jam band scene a couple of decades back. But whatever stars there were faded, and if they still exist play to a hard core audience and that audience only. Whereas the Dead is multi-generational with recognizable songs. I defy anybody to go and not know a few, whether it be last night's encore "Johnny B. Goode," "Fire On The Mountain," "Jack Straw" or the Jerry Garcia classic "Deal."
This is the new American songbook. These numbers have penetrated. They might not be Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land," but they represent the heartland and the coasts and everywhere in between. Deadheads populate this entire nation of ours, and they're all coming out to see the Dead & Company.
I know, I know, makes you wince. Weren't the Chicago shows supposed to be the end?
But Phil's 76 and been through the Big C and does he really want to traipse across the nation, visiting far-flung outposts to satiate the faithful? Better to visit them in Port Chester.
But what appeared a dash for cash at the outset has morphed into something completely different. The act is not stultified, nor are the shows, they live and breathe.
And they're different every night. Which is revelatory in this world where the gig is synched to machines and runs like clockwork. It's different in every city, and I lamented I missed "New Speedway Boogie" at the Gorge, made me want to go.
Everybody on stage was fired up. Oteil Burbridge plucked with a fire that transcended his work with the Allman Brothers. Jeff Chimenti smiled and tickled the ivories like the road would go on forever, that he was not destined to die in the chair like nearly all of his predecessors. And Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann... They definitely looked worse for wear, but their playing was solid and the drum solo segment was curiously intriguing, not a moment for a bathroom break. Watching them you could see all the way back to the beginning. When no one expected fame, when touring was an adventure without scrutiny, when you could drug and screw and nobody would know. This is the only thing they know, and they've ridden it for decades, ain't that the American Way, where what you love fulfills you.
And then there was Bob Weir, the youngster of the group.
Now he's 68. But he's still the voice, he's still the same person. His whole life has been consumed by rock and roll, we remember when we wanted to be him, when we all wanted to play in the band.
And when you're on stage, looking out at the assembled multitude, you get a hit of energy and appreciation you just cannot get anywhere else. Write an app, make billions, fly around the world on your private jet. That doesn't compare to the love and attention you get from a crowd of acolytes, who are there because of your rep and will go wherever you want to take them.
And where the Dead & Company go next I'm not sure.
John Mayer can return to pop, but I don't see why. The scene has moved on, it doesn't need him. And it's so regimented, you can't BREATHE! But unlike his brethren who are already in the rearview mirror, Mayer has found a way to wiggle out of the straitjacket. When it looked like he was through he found something new.
It wasn't nostalgia.
It was more like a family reunion. But one in which not only did you catch up, but you marched on, to new places.
Things went down you won't understand, unless you were there.
We spent a little time on the mountain, we spent a little time on the hill, the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre that's about to be torn down.
But one way or another, this darkness has got to give.
It's not so different from the sixties. You have great swaths of people who feel disconnected from and discarded by the mainstream. They're looking for sustenance elsewhere.
And last night they found it.
You too can join Uncle John's Band.
You can pick up an axe like John Mayer, and perfect your playing, see where it takes you.
Or you can be a listener, familiar with the material, wanting to get closer.
Everybody's invited, everybody can come in.
But no one is better than their neighbor, we all look out for each other.
And we're all subservient to the music.
You see the music gives us something to live for.
And the music sets us free.

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2015.03.28 08:53 readingthoserainbows When did you realize you are a gay guy and not a straight guy?

Hey guys. I’m 33 and identified as a non-butch lesbian forever but realised I’m a transguy when I was 32. I’ve dated women all my life and have been in two long term relationships with two wonderful ladies. Anyway, I used to always joke that I’m a woman trapped in a man trapped in a woman, and always enjoyed being the bottom. I love gay porn but love lesbians in romantic relationships. My role models are Johnny Weir and Kristen Stewart. So I just thought I’m a feminine campy ’n geeky guy… but my current gf of 7 years, my mom, and now my new therapist all suspect that I’m actually a gay guy and my relationships with women are sort of family oriented and I’m tricking myself into thinking I’m a straight guy. I always ask why they think that and they say something like they can FEEL it… and I don’t feel it… but damn I’m so curious because people close to me keep saying they think I like guys (why?!). I want to test this, but A) I’m in a relationship and B) never ever felt emotionally connected to a guy before. For guys who became gay after being straight forever, what was your tipping point?
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2015.02.02 23:08 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I am model and actress Charlotte McKinney, you might recognize me from yesterday's Super Bowl ad for Carl's Jr... AMA!

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Date: 2015-02-02
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Questions Answers
Hometown? Any siblings? Favorite childhood memory? Dogs or cats? I grew up in Orlando, Florida. I have a sister. My favorite childhood memory is taking my best friend to the Bahamas for the first time. And dogs!
How has fame changed your life? It really hasn't?
I don't think it ever will. I will always be the same person that i am, and I don't think that will ever change.
Whats your favorite shoot you've done and your favorite pic you've produced? My favorite picture is a picture I shot when I first started modeling. And it's my profile picture on instagram. The photographer was Megan Claire.
How do you promote organic foods further? By eating it and always promoting it, because that's all I eat. I only eat organic food, and that's the way of life I follow.
What is the most embarrassing thing that's happened to you? There are so many, it's hard to choose from. I find myself in embarrassing moments all the time. But I just end up laughing at myself.
What's next for you? Any TV or film in the works? Yeah! JOE DIRT 2 is coming out, and i'm working on some new projects that I can't talk about yet.
If it was the right time in your career and the right photographer, would you ever consider shooting nude? I think there's a time and a place for it, and the way you do it. Maybe when I'm older, and it's the right photographer, I'd be open to it.
How did they choose you for the role? They chose me for the role in the commercial from my social media and from my interviews online.
1) What's your go-to drink at bars? 1.) Tito's Vodka and Water.
2) What's your favorite burger joint? 2.) Carl's Jr!
3) Do you like to play mario kart? 3.) No, I'm more of Mario Tennis girl.
4) Can I have your number? 4.) reddit told me not to give out my personal info!
5) What movie should win best picture this year? 5.) American Sniper!
Are you a fan of stand up comedy and if so where do you enjoy watching it? I am! I love stand-up comedy because I love comedy! Growing up, I always watched it. I love Dave Chappell.
What do you like in a burger? Pickles. And mustard. Cheese, ketchup, mustard, and I absolutely HATE mayonnaise.
What's your favorite ride in Disney? My favorite ride at Disney - I don't go to Disney, so I don't know. I've been once.
Joe Dirt 2. What can you tell us about it?! So much fun to film! And it's coming out in the summer, so you'll have to check it out.
Anything else?! Will your character conflict with Brittany Daniels'? Not at all! I got to work with her, she was AMAZING.
What's your favorite place to visit? The Bahamas! Because I have family there. And they are my favorite islands.
4 questions: 1. How did you get into modeling? 2. From a scale of 1-10 how delicious was that burger?? 3. What were you wearing during the scene where you were standing behind the scale in the ad before they showed you with the burger??? 4. Seahawks or Patriots??? 1.) I got into modeling by wanting to do it for a while, and just got into it in Miami.
3.) I was wearing a nude bra.
4.) Seahawks!
Hey Charlotte, congrats and all the best on your modelling career. Two questions, 1) What is your ideal date?; 2) What is your drink of choice? My ideal date would just be a casual dinner and drinks. My favorite drink is Tito's Vodka and water.
I can't believe you replied!! Thanks! Seahawks! You know whats up!! Too bad we lost though =/ Bonus question: What's your favorite type of workout? Pilates and hot yoga!
Good afternoon, Charlotte. :) First of all wow just wow. You're absolutely gorgeous. Now for my question. What offers or what not have you said absolutely no to? Also, would consider doing anything for video games like Kate Upton is doing? I've turned down plenty of offers before. But I'm most excited about the ones I've chosen to do. And I'm open to doing something for video games.
Is the fame worth it? Yeah, that's what we signed up for, that's what I'm here for!
Who's cooler: Jamie Foxx or David Spade? That's so hard! David Spade.
Any other cool famous people you've gotten to meet? And yes, they've all been pretty nice.
What's it like in the day of an international model? There are so many girls fighting for the dream, it must be remarkable to have so many opportunities! It is, and I'm extremely grateful. But it can be really tiring sometimes. I always make time to go the gym and enjoy myself!
I thought the latest episode of "The Soup" with Joel McHale, Martellus Bennett, Terrell Suggs, you and Tara Lipinski & Johnny Weir was hilarious! What was your favorite part of being on that show? Did it freak you out to be on live TV? No I loved it. It was so much fun, and the cast and crew were great. My favorite part was hanging out with Joel, he was awesome to talk to.
What is the hardest thing you have to deal with regularly? My busy schedule and having to drop everything on a dime for work.
Whats the best way to get into acting? are there good schools or classes to take that you recommend? If you are really passionate about it, keep trying for it!
Were you in Arizona this weekend for the superbowl festitivities? If so, which parties were the best out there this weekend? I was only there Friday and Saturday. The best party was the ESPN party.
What is your next big project? Some great shoots coming up to stay tuned for!
What do you do for fun in LA? Get dinner, go to drinks, and the beach.
Whats the sexiest thing you dressed up for Halloween? Probably when I was Adam & Eve - I was Eve.
Would you ever consider being in an indie film? I would love to. That would be amazing.
Charlotte, big fan! First, what magazine/company is your dream shoot and where would you want it to be? My dream shoot is Sports Illustrated, in the summer in the Caribbean.
, if you ever come to Maryland I know some great burger places! (I know you only like them occasionally) Well, they don't have Carl's Jr on the east coast...
Do you actually eat at Carl Jr's? If so what is your favorite item on the menu? The All-Natural Burger, duh!!!
Are you actually filming completely naked in the commercial? I wasn't. I was in a nude bra and underwear.
What makes Terry Richardson so much fun to shoot with? His humor and his unique sense of style.
Lol weird enough I went to school with you in ninth grade.. But have to ask how did you launch your career? You were always very attractive! Um... great going to school with you! I launched it by hard work and determination.
What's the biggest mistruth you can dispel about the modeling world? That some of us are nice! And we do eat a lot.
What got your career started? My GUESS campaign, really.
What's the strangest outfit (or lack thereof) you've had to wear for a modelling gig? I had to model women's pajamas that were really ugly.
If you were to get picked up at a bar how would it happen? Good conversation and buying me a drink!
If you were to go blind tomorrow and can watch one last movie tonight what movie do you watch? That's a tough one! I love movies!
Chicken or steak from chipotle? I like to just get beans.
What does your bio say on Tinder - and if you're not on it, what would it say if you were? No bio necessary - just pictures.
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