Ettlinger, one of only a handful of Monuments Men who are still alive, had fled Nazi Germany with his family the day after his bar mitzvah in 1938 and returned to Europe in 1945 with the U.S. Army. He inspired a character played by Dimitri Leonidas. Ettlinger said he quickly realized that Rorimer was a man who got things done, a “wheeler and dealer,” as Ettlinger put it. Ettlinger recalled a time when Gen. George Patton’s men had their sights on moving into the building the Monuments Men were using as the Munich Collecting Point — a building that happened to be the former Nazi quarters. Rorimer, Ettlinger said, quickly put a stop to that.
And hasn’t Pharrell spent enough time in our heads in the past year? Last summer, we couldn’t escape the man cooing on Daft Punk’s wall hanging / door plaque / ballet shoes / personalised name plaque / ballerina gift / pointe shoes and flowers / door hanging neo-disco triumph “Get Lucky,” or Robin Thicke’s Marvin Gaye seance, “Blurred Lines.” Now, Pharrell’s back with his first solo album since 2006’s pretty-much-forgotten “In My Mind,” and his voice has never been more inescapable, Or maybe it just seems that way, A decade ago, Pharrell was carpet-bombing American radio with a slew of innovative, era-defining pop singles that make his recent victories feel superficial, Alongside his production partner Chad Hugo in the Neptunes, he crafted icy rap anthems with Clipse, weird bubble-gum with Britney Spears, and just about every shape of pop song in between..
NEW YORK — On an unseasonably warm November day in a cozy corner of the Greenwich Hotel in Tribeca, the director David Russell was speaking confidingly over coffee. Soon, his new movie “American Hustle” would arrive on the awards circuit — just this week it took honors at the Gotham Independent Film Awards and the New York Film Critics Circle, where it won best picture. But as Russell, 55, eyed an oncoming tray of sweets (“Wow, that’s a lot of cookies”), he wasn’t speculating about the fate of “American Hustle” as much as marveling at the long, circuitous, sometimes punishing road it took to get here.
Holly Maniatty creates music — for the deaf, Teaming American Sign Language with dance moves and body language, the 33-year-old from Maine brings musical performances alive for those who can’t hear, Her clients are a who’s who of rock, pop and hip-hop: Bruce Springsteen, Eminem, Mumford and Sons, Jay-Z, Billy Joel, Marilyn Manson, U2, Beastie Boys and Wu-Tang Clan, to name a few, At a Wu-Tang performance, Method Man took wall hanging / door plaque / ballet shoes / personalised name plaque / ballerina gift / pointe shoes and flowers / door hanging notice of her signing, came down from the stage and joined her..
The robberies of two Domino’s Pizza delivery drivers in the same night were believed to be connected, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety officers reported. Both drivers were robbed in separate incidents on the same day, July 28, in Sunnyvale. The first robbery happened in the area of 400 E. Remington Drive around 9:10 p.m. The delivery man was forced to drive the robbers a short distance, where they took his property and fled the scene. The second robbery occurred on the 400 block of N. Bayview Avenue in Sunnyvale around 10:15 p.m. In both instances a gun was mentioned but not seen.
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