Countless pedestrians wander past this blue box outside Earl’s Court tube station without giving it a second glance. Perhaps it has a rather good perception filter in operation? The Metropolitan Police installed this modern police box...Show More Summary
A rare pair of late 18th century Sèvres hard-paste vases, made for a member of the Court of Louis XVI at Versailles, lead Bonhams Fine European Ceramics sale on Wednesday 14 June 2017. Once in the collection of the Earls Spencer, they are estimated at £70,000-90,000. Show More Summary
Important Anita Earls in the SCOTUSBlog symposium on Cooper v. Harris: Although not breaking new ground, the court’s post-2010 census round of racial gerrymandering cases make clear that while not every district drawn as a majority-black or majority-Latino district is … Continue reading ?
The White House is firing back at the federal court blocking its attempted crackdown on "sanctuary cities." "It’s the Ninth Circuit going bananas," White House chief of staff Reince Priebus told reporters Tuesday evening. Hours earlier,...Show More Summary
Their dislike for each other set the tone for Supreme Court politics for decades to come
Neil Gorsuch is unlikely to give away anything concrete in his confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court, so Ramesh Ponnuru has a list of philosophical concerns for him to address. Here's question #1: The Supreme Court in its early decades rarely set aside federal laws. Show More Summary
The battle to do a TV adaptation of a 1984 cult film is being waged in court, where legal documents were filed by Earl Mac Rauch and Walter Richter, the writer and director, respectively, of “Buckaroo Banzai,” in response to...
Fun fact: the first escalator on the London Underground was installed in 1911 at Earl’s Court station. They hired a man with a peg leg to ride up and down the escalator all day to reassure people of its safety.
The clip comes from the band’s new live DVD, “The Reflektor Tapes / Live at Earl’s Court.”
The Reflektor Tapes/Live at Earls Court officially arrives later this week.
Arcade Fire have shared new clips from their forthcoming DVD and Blu-Ray, The Reflektor Tapes / Live at Earls Court. They feature performances of their songs “Rebellion (Lies)” and “The Suburbs,” taken from their debut album Funeral and third album The Suburbs respectively. Show More Summary
Biggest wheel in the world.
Featuring the band's first feature film and concert footage from their 2014 tour.
Arcade Fire’s fifth album will almost definitely be out next year, but before that, the band will issue one more relic of the Reflektor era: The studio and concert movie Arcade Fire: The Reflektor Tapes / Live At Earls Court is out next month on DVD and BluRay. The package includes Lemonade director Kahlil Joseph’s […]
Arcade Fire have announced a new DVD and Blu-ray, The Reflektor Tapes / Live at Earls Court. Out January 27 next year, it’s the official release of their 2015 movie The Reflektor Tapes, which features interviews, concert footage, and other candid moments from the band. Show More Summary
SO DESPITE MY EARLIER PETER THIEL REFERENCES, isn’t Ted Cruz the obvious Supreme Court pick for Trump? Trump owes him (there may even be a deal, like with Ike and Earl Warren), the Senate will confirm (partly out of Senatorial courtesy and partly to get rid of him) and whoever replaces him in Texas will […]
The curious case of Earl's, Barons and Ravens.
On October 2, 1967, Chief Justice Earl Warren swore in Thurgood Marshall as the first black justice on the Supreme Court. Marshall, nominated to the court by President Lyndon Baines Johnson, was a towering figure in the battle for civil...Show More Summary