Carnegie Hall Digitizes Videos of Robert Shaw's Choral Workshops; ... - Broadway World Conductor Robert Spano, Atlanta Symphony return to Carnegie Hall - Examiner.com 04/26/2016 - 7:40 am | View Link
Check out the latest happenings at Jervis Public Library - Rome Sentinel We will also be collecting electronics, reading material (books, magazines, encyclopedias), DVDs, CDs, VHS and audiotapes, bottles and cans... 04/25/2016 - 1:51 pm | View Link
North desert cleanup honors judge - Grand Junction Daily Sentinel ... hours driving in the desert north of 25 Road collecting thousands of ... some metal car part he was confused about, a broken VHS tape of ... 04/24/2016 - 4:14 am | View Link
The little fry that could - Grand Rapids Herald-Review ... copy on the Mille Lacs Lake’s first spawn-collecting endeavor, well ... now treated with iodine to reduce the risk of spreading VHS or other ... 04/23/2016 - 11:46 am | View Link
Asheville honors Earth Day - Asheville Citizen-Times ... m. Many projects will be focused on building or collecting data such as ... bulbs, petroleum products, hard plastics, vinyl/PVC, VHS/cassette ... 04/20/2016 - 3:54 pm | View Link
ICYMI: Danvers Historical Society Collecting Shoes Big Hearted Books will be collecting books, DVDs, CDs, audio books and records - no VHS tapes, cassette tapes, magazines or encyclopedias please. JRM will shred up to 2 boxes of your confidential papers for free (there is a $5.00 charge for subsequent boxes). 10/23/2015 - 8:01 pm | View Link
Even Yale University is getting into VHS collecting In a move that will almost certainly drive up the price of that Blood Diner tape you’ve been watching on eBay, Bloomberg Business brings word that Yale University has begun amassing a VHS collection. But the Ivy League institution isn’t looking for ... 03/5/2015 - 4:06 pm | View Link
This Guy Is Collecting Every Existing VHS Copy of the Movie ‘Speed’ What are most of our hobbies and commercial activities, besides a long, slow exercise in ultimate pointlessness? Ryan Beitz, the creator of the World Speed Project, decided to just, uh, speed up the whole process. His current life mission? To collect every ... 05/14/2014 - 11:42 pm | View Link
Need for Speed: Man commits his life to collecting every VHS copy of Speed in the world A man with an all encompassing need for Speed has committed his entire life to a single pursuit - collecting every VHS copy of the movie Speed in the world. Ryan Beitz, from Moscow, Idaho, wants to own every cassette copy of the classic 1994 thriller ... 04/25/2014 - 9:51 pm | View Link
N. Idaho man collecting every VHS copy of Speed MOSCOW, Idaho -- One local man said he dedicates his free time to collecting copies of the movie Speed. Ryan Beitz, of Moscow, wants to be the sole owner of every VHS copy of the 1994 thriller starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock. One time I bought 30 ... 04/25/2014 - 3:25 am | View Link
The X-MEN universe is a vast one. There are tons of mutants who have yet to grace the screen, and in some ways, that's what makes the world so exciting to fans. With every new film, there's a good possibility one of the dozens of characters will show up in some capacity or another.
BLACK MIRROR is a British anthology series that's made quite a splash. In the vein of, say, like THE TWILIGHT ZONE, each episode takes place in some odd, speculative science-fiction settings. The series only lasted on the British airwaves for two seasons, or seven episodes, but last year was picked up by Netflix for twelve more episodes.
Some new photos from the upcoming film STAR TREK BEYOND have snuck onto the web via Check Magazine. The photos give us a good look at the crew in their sweet new costumes, along with a rather in-depth look at a ship, which is speculated to be the U. S.
Things certainly seem to be changing on the San Diego Comic-Con front. For years, the convention has hosted some of the biggest Hollywood players, who showcased sneak peeks with some of their upcoming features. The illustrious (and infamous) Hall H was where many of these flicks were first showcased to a wide audience.
We can already feel the tectonic plates of the film industry slowly shifting beneath us. WARCRAFT and ASSASSIN'S CREED haven't hit theaters yet, but already studios are prepping to bank on their success. Just the other day, we heard news that the BORDERLANDS flick locked down its writer, and now Sega is swinging into action with an adaptation of one of their oldest characters, Shinobi.