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The 5 Best Movies to Buy or Stream This Week: ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ ‘The Polka King’

One of the most staggeringly beautiful movies of last year makes its Blu-ray debut this week, and I’m finally understanding why gearheads want me to upgrade to this “4K UHD BD” nonsense. We’ve also got 2016’s Palme d’Or winner joining the Criterion Collection, three different versions of an unsung Orson Welles movie on FilmStruck, and […]

Bracketology: Big 12 has 2 No. 1 seeds, places 6 teams in NCAA Tournament field

The ACC has eight teams in Jerry Palm's bracket, but the Big 12 has four No. 3 seeds or better

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Away in a Manger... Or Under a Palm Tree?

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

We’ll probably never know for sure where Jesus was born. But there are some things that Christians and Muslims alike can agree on.

The Class Tension of ‘The Umbrellas of Cherbourg’

By Jacob Oller Money transcends all barriers. irector Jacques Demy‘s 1964 musical masterpiece The Umbrellas of Cherbourg won the Palme d’Or and countless hearts with its romantic post-war realism. Although it focuses on the plights of everyday life, it also coagulates larger themes about what it means to exist in an imbalanced economy. Show More Summary

Cherry Announces the MW 4500 Mouse with 45° Palm Rest, 1200 DPI Sensor

Cherry has introduced its MW 4500 mouse featuring a rather unique shape that promises to reduce, or even prevent hand fatigue, but only for right handers. The mouse is aimed at mainstream users in office or home, it has a sensor with a relatively high DPI sampling rate, is outfitted with six buttons and a scroll wheel. Show More Summary

Leaked Mormon Church booklet for leaders claims masturbation turns you gay

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Remember when the fear of going blind or growing hair on your palms was enough to make you stop masturbating? Neither do I, but apparently The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been spreading a much more “terrifying” myth...Show More Summary

European Film Awards: ‘The Square’ Sweeps Prizes At Issue-Focused Ceremony

UPDATE, WRITETHRU: Ruben Ostlund’s Cannes Palme d’Or winner The Square swept through the European Film Awards tonight in Berlin. The satirical art world drama was named Best European Film and European Comedy among its other wins. This marks the first year that the same film has won both categories since the comedy race was added in 2013. Show More Summary

Samsung is working on a phone that can read the palm of your hand (SSNLF)

Samsung has filed a patent application for a device that can read the palm of your hand, Engadget first reported. The prototype technology wouldn't replace traditional biometric systems like fingerprints or face scanners, however, but...Show More Summary

Samsung envisions phones that read your palm

There's a good possibility that you've forgotten a password and had to get hints or recover it. But the process for that isn't very trustworthy. Intruders can guess security questions, for one thing. Samsung might soon have a subtler way of helping you remember your password, though: it would give you a palm reading. Show More Summary

Eight Sneak Peeks of Colorful Palm Springs

Probably like most other business travelers, when I travel to conferences or meetings, I don’t always get out of the hotel very much. For conferences like the one I was at last week, I usually don’t pick the destination or the hotel,...Show More Summary

Cast Away

Living with MS sometimes feels like I’m stranded alone on a remote island. But it’s not an escape to “paradise,” as there are no swaying palm trees, crystal blue waters or cool white sandy beaches...

Trump's Mar-a-Lago stay a welcome break from DC challenges

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — President Donald Trump draws a wiggly line between work, play and business at the private club he calls his "winter White House." Like George H.W. Bush and his family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, or George W. Show More Summary

Pad Thai recipe: Here's how to master Thailand's favourite dish

2 months agoNews : The Lookout

The key to this is to have the ingredients prepared and ready to go so you can work quickly. SERVES 4 50ml/2fl oz tamarind water 40ml/1½fl oz fish sauce 30g/1oz palm sugar or 2 tbsp caster sugar 200g/7oz wide flat rice noodles Vegetable...Show More Summary

European Film Awards Nominations: ‘The Square’, ‘Loveless’, ‘On Body And Soul’ & More

Nominations for the 30th European Film Awards are in with no shortage of festival titles and Oscar hopefuls in the main races. From Cannes, Ruben Ostlund's Palme d'Or winner The Square; Andrey Zvyagintsev's Jury Prize winner Loveless; and Robin Campillo's Grand Prize laureate BPM are all up for Best European Film. Show More Summary

Meet Claes Bang, Star of The Square and Your New James Bond–ian Danish Crush

The very funny Swedish art-world farce The Square may have been a divisive pick when it won the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, but there was one thing the entire international film community could agree on: the swooning. Claes Bang, the movie’s dashing and virtually unknown Danish ... More »

Ruben Östlund and Terry Notary on the Stunning Climax of ‘The Square’

By Matt Hoffman The Palme d'Or winner and his star discuss the motivations behind their film. The article Ruben Östlund and Terry Notary on the Stunning Climax of ‘The Square’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.

‘The Square’ Runs Circles Over Most Openers; Weinstein‘s ‘Amityville’ Bombs – Specialty Box Office

Cannes Palme d'Or winner The Square by Ruben Ostlund from Magnolia Pictures sold out screenings in its initial four theaters over a crowded pack of Specialty newcomers this weekend, becoming one of the strongest foreign-language debuts of the year at $76,000. Show More Summary

Top Florida law enforcement official plotted to abduct, rape and murder ‘a black man or a Jew’

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

The Chief Deputy of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office has been outed as a white supremacist who corresponded with other members of the now-defunct website Stormfront and plotted to abduct, rape with a metal pipe and then murder “a black man or a Jew.” According to D.C....

"When a young woman started work at the New Republic, she would be swept into Leon’s glittering welcome wagon."

"Maybe it would be lunch at one of his favorite haunts (The Palm, back in his heyday) or a cozy chat (and maybe a sip of bourbon) in his office. The venue shifted, but the purpose was constant: to gauge the newest member of the family’s potential as a playmate. Show More Summary

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