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tonight's the Night French promo from 1976 with Rod Stewart and Britt Ekland.

Theater Review: Raleigh Little Theatre's One Man, Two Guvnors Isn't Overacted. That's an Issue for a Farce.

If you doubt that One Man, Two Guvnors, the theatrical time trip on offer at Raleigh Little Theatre, is up to the minute, take a moment to consider the number of jobs you have to work to make a living wage. If n > 1, then you, like me, are in the same

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FineArtTapestries 2941-WH Timeless Grace IV Wall Tapestry

FineArtTapestries 2941-WH Timeless Grace IV Wall Tapestry


Price: $132.54

A photograph so deliciously elegant and gorgeous is absolute bliss for our artisans. Californian Charles Britt has given us a stunning single botanical, in black and white, that is so sublimely vivid, you will swear you could reach out and caress the silky petals. Britt's talent made it possible for us to weave our fine wall tapestry version so richly beautiful and close to the actual photograph, you will be astounded. A tapestry that will be the focal point, wherever it graces wallspace. Features Great for covering large spaces and softening noise in any room Woven from 100% Cotton resulting in outstanding color and detail Jacquard woven style provides true depth, texture and richness Carefully woven and sewn to create a unique artistic accent to your decor Hand stitched rod pocket makes display simple and secure Made in the USA Specifications Materials: Cotton & Cotton

The Long Road Home: The Ultimate John

The Long Road Home: The Ultimate John


Price: $17.55

Personnel: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, dobro, mandolin, electric sitar, harmonica, saxophone, piano, organ, congas, cowbells, maracas, tambourine, tumba, background vocals); John Fogerty (bass guitar, drums, percussion); Tom Fogerty (guitar, background vocals); Johnny Lee Schell, Johnnie Lee Schnell (guitar); Stu Cook (piano, acoustic bass, bass guitar, background vocals); Benmont Tench (organ); Howie Epstein, Paul Bushnell, George Hawkins, Bob Glaub (bass guitar); Alex Acua (percussion); Don Rigsby, George Hawkins, Kenny Smith, Ronnie Bowman (background vocals); Bob Britt (guitar, slide guitar, background vocals); Matt Nolen (guitar, keyboards); Billy Burnette (guitar, background vocals); Mike Canipe (guitar); Doug Clifford (drums, background vocals); John Molo, Kenny Aronoff (drums); Luis Conte (tambourine); Julia Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Oren Waters (background vocals). Audio Mixers: John Fogerty; Dan Certa. Liner Note Author: Jim Bessman. Recording information: Tweeter Center, Camden, NJ. Photographers: Bob Fogerty; Brian Lima; Norman Seeff. Arrangers: John Fogerty; Stu Cook; Doug Clifford. In 2005, John Fogerty re-signed with Fantasy Records, the label of his legendary former band, Creedence Clearwater Revival. Given Fogerty's tumultuous history with the company, this reunion proved to be especially significant, and allowed for the first retrospective of the revered performer's entire career. With its non-linear order, THE LONG ROAD HOME chronicles the winding path of Fogerty's artistic output over its 25 tracks, ranging from Creedence's late-1960s/early-'70s material (the swampy "Born on a Bayou," the wistful "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?") to Fogerty's successful mid-'80s work (the baseball anthem "Centerfield") to his late-'90s comeback (the revved-up "Hot Rod Heart"). Since THE LONG ROAD HOME focuses on Fogerty's own songs, a few beloved Creedence cover tunes (including "Suzie Q" and "I Put a Spell on You") are absent,

Carol For Another Christmas

Late one snowy Christmas Eve, influential rich guy Daniel Grudge (Sterling Hayden) is visited at his mansion by his nephew, history professor Fred (Ben Gazzara, ROAD HOUSE ), who confronts him about having blocked a cultural exchange program at... After Grudge chews his nephew out and tells him to leave, Fred smiles and dryly says, “Merry Christmas, by the way. We learn that Grudge’s son Marley was killed in combat on Christmas Eve. This is the source of Grudge’s dislike of Christmas, but also his isolationism. He sees liberals as people who get American military men killed:. “Every few decades we seem to pay for your indiscriminate affections with the lives of our sons. But Fred sees it as trying not to get anybody killed: “Those indiscriminate affections as you put it are simply the acknowledgment that all men have sons. That grief for the unnecessary dead is not exclusive to this country, this town or to the House of Grudge. When Grudge says of his son dying in Korea, “It wasn’t his war,” Fred says that “No war is anybody’s war. ” Serling, like the Grudge character, fought and lost many friends in WWII, the most justifiable American war, so he knows what he’s talking about. Like in the Dickens story, Grudge is in for some Christmas Eve ghost visits. First he thinks he sees his son Marley’s reflection, then catches a glimpse of him sitting at his place at the table. (I couldn’t tell, but apparently he’s played by Peter Fonda, who had more extensive scenes that were cut. The Ghost of Christmas Past (singer Steve Lawrence) is a soldier who represents all soldiers and all wars as he transports a boat full of coffins draped in the flags of various nations. Like Fred he debates with Grudge about his belief that people dying in other countries is “infinitely better than American blood. Eventually the ghost brings Grudge to Hiroshima to watch an incident from his past as a military officer who drives Eva Marie Saint to visit Japanese victims in a bombed out hospital. Serling’s Ghost of Christmas Present (Pat Hingle, HANG ‘EM HIGH , THE LAND BEFORE TIME ) is “a walking, eating representation of the human race” who gives him what Grudge calls “my lecture about the haves and have-nots. ” The ghost feasts alone at a giant table next to a camp of refugees or prisoners he calls “the barbed wire set. ” When the crassness of pigging out in front of starving people upsets Grudge, the ghost provocatively solves the problem just by darkening the room so we can’t see them anymore. The story takes an even more dreamlike turn when he meets the Ghost of Christmas Future (Robert Shaw) on a post-apocalyptic future Christmas Eve in the town’s bombed out, torch-lit meeting hall. A crowd of merry survivors come in and give a Beatlemania welcome to their leader Imperial Me (Peter Sellers), a lunatic in a Pilgrim outfit with the hat cut into a crown and a jeweled “ME” on the front. Wobbling between a southern drawl and other American accents, Imperial Me preaches his opposition to “the people from down yonder and across the river” coming in to talk about their mutual problems. Grudge’s butler Charles (Percy Rodriguez, narrator of CAPTAIN EO ) makes a speech about the importance of listening to and helping others, and the crowd laughs hysterically. A little boy in a cowboy costume takes his “Just Like Daddy’s” brand pistol out of the box and shoots Charles, impressing his mother (Britt Ekland), who has been knitting and not even really paying attention. Clearly it’s intentional that the only sympathetic person in the crowd is Ruby, another servant of Mr. Grudge and seemingly the only other African-American in the crowd. Serling argued that more communication and empathy between races and nationalities would make the world better. But CAROL FOR ANOTHER CHRISTMAS is quite a time capsule. One really noticeable contrast to today is how much the story seems to connect the left to fighting wars and the right to avoiding them. Of course things haven’t changed entirely – Democratic presidents Clinton and Obama both used military force, ostensibly with a philosophy similar to Fred’s here, that we have a responsibility to intervene if we think it will help our fellow man. But among us rank and file, during my lifetime, the perception has been that true leftists oppose war and rightists.


  1. If you doubt that One Man, Two Guvnors, the theatrical time trip on offer at Raleigh Little Theatre, is up to the minute, take a moment to consider the number of jobs you have to work to make a living wage. If n > 1, then you, like me, are in the same
  2. “People use the Damiki Shad because it has almost no action, and those fish at Cherokee are so lure shy, they seem to like that subtle presentation,” says Scroggins. “But they weren't liking it for me, so my roommate Britt Myers and I had to call an
  3. Jamie Hartman, a rookie on the Bassmaster Elite Series, is one of several anglers with local ties heading into big money fishing season. Hartman's parents live 
  1. @Britt_Jill_ I thought you would have wanted something girlie like a new fishing rod, new gun, Yeti cooler.......Happy Valentine's Day.
  2. RT @MissPeelpants: Rod and Britt. Photographed by Richard E. Aaron, 1975. #rodstewart #brittekland #1970s
  3. Rod and Britt. Photographed by Richard E. Aaron, 1975. #rodstewart #brittekland #1970s


Rod and Reel Breadsticks (butter, garlic salt, parmesan cheese, sesame seed)

Hot Rod Dog (beef, hot dogs, cheez whiz, cherry tomato, pretzel, of a, ketchup, stuffed green olive, dill weed, ritz cracker, green onion, olive)

Hot Rod Dog (beef, hot dogs, cheez whiz, cherry tomato, pretzel, of a, ketchup, stuffed green olive, dill weed, ritz cracker, green onion, olive)

Golden Rod Green Beans Recipe (green beans, butter, lowfat milk, mayonnaise, eggs, flour, salt, black pepper)


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One Man, Two Guvnors
But if such an enterprise largely rests on the strength of its performers, this production, directed by Rod Rich, is frequently in a state ... Alfie, a pratfall-prone waiter (Dustin Britt), is very old. Unfortunately, during last Sunday’s matinee ...

Kona Mahi and Sails
The list recognizes the biggest fish caught on rod and reel (except opakapaka and onaga ... Feb. 8. Kawakawa, 22.5, Britt McCurdy, Capt. Shawn Rotella, Night Runner. Jan 31 Kamanu (rainbow runner), 20.5, Britt McCurdy, Capt. Shawn Rotella, Night Runner.

bizEDGE NZ - MOTAT honours Kiwi innovators with latest exhibition
Rod Drury from Xero, Ian Taylor from Animation Research Limited, Frances Valintine from The Mind Lab by Unitec and Dr Keith Alexander from Springfree Trampoline. MOTAT’s Interpretation Manager Rebecca Britt describes this exhibition as being aligned with ...

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