10 Things to Get Inspired and Fight Writer’s Block — Grief and Mercy

For the last two weeks, I have been dealing with a little thing called… writer’s block. I’ve had writer’s block before, but never to this extent. To be honest I believe it’s a mixture of writer’s block, exhaustion and procrastination. I am exhausted because I am on holiday break, and have been doing my best […]Continue reading “10 Things to Get Inspired and Fight Writer’s Block — Grief and Mercy”

NYC Events,”Only the Best” (01/03) + GallerySpecialExhibits: Chelsea — NYCity 1-2-3 : What’s Happening / Manhattan’s WestSide

Today’s Super 7 NYC Events > FRIDAY/ JANUARY 03, 2020 “We search the internet everyday looking for the very best of What’s Happening, primarily on Manhattan’s WestSide, so that you don’t have to.” We make it as easy as 1-2-3. For future NYC Events, check the tab above: “January NYC Events” It’s the most comprehensiveContinue reading “NYC Events,”Only the Best” (01/03) + GallerySpecialExhibits: Chelsea — NYCity 1-2-3 : What’s Happening / Manhattan’s WestSide”

Syria Gas Attack Cover-Up the US Media Is Ignoring — aurorawatcherak

The US media continues to ignore one of 2019’s top scandals: a cover-up inside the OPCW, the world’s top chemical weapons watchdog, that was used to justify US-led military strikes on Syria. Award-winning MIT professor Theodore Postol joins Pushback. The leaked documents and testimony from inside the OPCW show there were major doubts about the […]Continue reading “Syria Gas Attack Cover-Up the US Media Is Ignoring — aurorawatcherak”

10 Directors to Watch: Stage-Savvy Rupert Goold Makes Renée Zellweger Shine in ‘Judy’ — Variety

At 47, Goold is hardly a greenhorn. The British theater director’s production of “Ink,” about Rupert Murdoch’s print-stained start, transferred to Broadway last spring. His staging of “The Hunt,” based on the Thomas Vinterberg film, opened in June at the Almeida Theatre, where he’s been artistic director since 2013. His résumé also features a slew… viaContinue reading “10 Directors to Watch: Stage-Savvy Rupert Goold Makes Renée Zellweger Shine in ‘Judy’ — Variety”

10 Directors to Watch: Oscar Contender Ladj Ly Confronts the System in ‘Les Misérables’ — Variety

Oscar-shortlisted French director Ly, who emigrated from Mali to the outskirts of Paris as a child, found his vision of cinema shaped by American films. “I watched a lot of films with African-American actors,” he says. “I watched ‘Menace II Society,’ ‘New Jack City’ and ‘Boyz n the Hood.’ I watched Spike Lee and Martin… viaContinue reading “10 Directors to Watch: Oscar Contender Ladj Ly Confronts the System in ‘Les Misérables’ — Variety”

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