Stephens County makes some progress in health - Lawton Constitution ... ranging from obesity to drug use and gun violence to vehicle accidents continue to weigh on the minds of health officials like Kimbra Keeler. 10/4/2015 - 5:50 am | View Link
Ask Billboard: Lady Gaga First Artist With Two 7-Million-Selling ... - Billboard "Somebody That I Used to Know," Gotye feat. Kimbra, 7.9 million; "Radioactive," Imagine Dragons, 7.8 million. 10/2/2015 - 4:17 am | View Link
Lawsuit: St. Elizabeth school discriminated - Lafayette Journal & Courier When she tried to do that, the instructor, Kimbra Weesner, told Branson that she could not register, according to the complaint. 10/1/2015 - 3:55 pm | View Link
Media Alert: New IRS Forms 1095-C and 1094-C Required Under the ... - Yahoo! Finance Media Alert: New IRS Forms 1095-C and 1094-C Required Under the ... - Minyanville 09/29/2015 - 10:09 am | View Link
'Kimbra's Disney tribute rocks' - ONE News Scores of Kimbra fans, including famous international pop artists, have given the New Zealand songstress their thumbs up to her role as Snow White in ... 09/29/2015 - 8:45 am | View Link
Kimbra becomes Snow White in new music video Kiwi artist Kimbra has lived the dream of many little girls by becoming Snow White in her latest music video. She teamed up with Portland-based filmmaker Adam C Sager to make the music video, Kimbra's Wish, which was released this week. What happens when a ... 09/29/2015 - 12:49 pm | View Link
Kimbra becomes Snow White for Disney song Fans of Kimbra and Disney are going crazy for the singer's video tribute to Snow White. The singer appeared on the We Love Disney album released late last year on which Australian and New Zealand musicians tackled classic Disney songs. Kimbra, Dannii ... 09/29/2015 - 9:21 am | View Link
Kimbra's Disney video tribute a hit Fans of Kimbra and Disney are going crazy for the singer's video tribute to Snow White. The singer appeared on the We Love Disney album released late last year on which Australian and New Zealand musicians tackled classic Disney songs. Kimbra, Dannii ... 09/28/2015 - 10:08 pm | View Link
WATCH: Kimbra Transforms Into Snow White for Entrancing Disney Tribute Calling fans of Disney (um, everyone) and all things magical: Kimbra has just inserted herself into the wonderful world of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, with the help of filmmaker Adam C Sager, to perfectly capture her cover of the 1937 classic from ... 09/28/2015 - 2:57 pm | View Link
Kimbra Lives The Dream, Is Inserted Into Iconic Disney Sing-Along The resulting video, 'Kimbra's Wish', was recently posted online, and features the singer seamlessly inserted into the beautiful cartoon world of the film. Sager said of the project: "After one month of planning, two days of filming, and three months of ... 09/27/2015 - 8:21 pm | View Link
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Kimbra Kimbra Lee Johnson (born 27 March 1990), known mononymously as Kimbra, is a New Zealand recording artist based in Los Angeles. Kimbra's unique musical style draws ... 10/5/2015 - 5:30 pm | View Website
Kimbra Learn more about New Zealand-born singer Kimbra, known for her vocals on Gotye's hit 'Somebody That I Used to Know,' at Biography.com. 10/5/2015 - 10:34 am | View Website
Kimbra | GRAMMY.com Kimbra in Blogs. The List Blog 8 Things You Don't Know About The GRAMMYs (Or At Least Forgot) Arjan Writes Celebrating The Best In Pop At The 55th GRAMMYs. 10/4/2015 - 11:07 pm | View Website
Ask about her first choreographic effort, “Tank Dive,” which premiered (to Petula Clark songs) at New York’s Hunter College many dances ago, in 1965, and, businesslike, she tells you that, yes, she remembers it well and that she recently edited the video for a couple of anniversary galas.
 that is the only detailed look back in time you get from Tharp during this Sunday afternoon phone conversation from New York.
The choreographer is taking a break from the rigorous rehearsals preceding the 17-city 50th anniversary tour that will bring the artist and her 13 dancers to Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall in two premieres Friday, Oct.
The documentary “He Named Me Malala” is a testament to the courage of this Pakistani activist, the youngest person ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize.
In 2012, at age 15, Malala, already known as an advocate for women’s education in Muslim countries, was shot by a Taliban gunman and left in critical condition.
The Taliban also announced its intention to kill her father, Ziauddin, an educator whose outspoken nature clearly served as a template for his daughter.
The family settled there, and we later see her trying to adjust to a British (non-Muslim) school, coping with regular teenage matters — struggling with her grades and trying to find her place.
Other domestic scenes — such as back-and-forth teasing with her brothers — offer a nice counterpoint to footage of her advocacy work, meeting President Obama, appearing on TV shows around the world, speaking to the United Nations and writing a popular memoir, “I Am Malala.”
 we’re left with some major questions (why does a movie with a feminist theme give short shrift to Malala’s mother?), and a wish that Guggenheim might have dug a bit deeper.
“Shout Gladi Gladi” is a straightforward documentary that aims to raise consciousness in the developed world about a serious and treatable health problem affecting many impoverished African women.
The following definition is from the Fistula Foundation: “An obstetric fistula is a hole between the vagina and rectum or bladder that is caused by prolonged obstructed labor, leaving a woman incontinent of urine or feces or both.”
Sufferers -- many of them villagers or slum dwellers without access to adequate health care -- are frequently shunned by family and neighbors.
The group was founded by Ann Gloag, a Scottish businesswoman who has a high profile in the movie.
The filmmakers also offer commentary from some impressive talking heads, including Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka and philanthropist Melinda Gates.
The group sees the problem in a larger context, for example, working to bring them small solar devices called Bboxxes that provide electricity to houses in powerless villages.