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Maravillosa pelicula de visión obligatoria, es increible pensar que hace tan poco tiempo los seres humanos eramos tan estúpidos y cerrados. “Selma” nos cuenta un periodo en la vida de Martin Luther King Jr., cuando buscaba lograr el voto de la gente del color, organiza marchas no violentas en la localidad de Selma, Alabama. 192 more words


Selma Review

Selma’s opening gambit is David Oyelowo, masquerading uncannily as Martin Luther King, reciting a rousing speech in the mirror, but it’s not anything to do with having a dream, its King’s 1964 acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize. 1,066 more words

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'The West Wing' recap: What's with the Gilbert and Sullivan, Sorkin?

Season 2 | Episode 5 | “And It’s Surely to Their Credit” | Aired Nov. 1, 2000

Is this West Wing episode known to fans as the one with the presidential sexytimes? 1,048 more words

The Fiddle Dances

First let me be clear about something: The Christian Appalachian Project (CAP) is an amazing organization that has done more good in Eastern Kentucky, and throughout Appalachia in general, than any other organization with which I’m familiar. 1,100 more words

Selma (Cinema Screening)

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For the third time now Odeon Cinemas have hosted their Screen Unseen event. Previously the films have been Nightcrawler and Whiplash and Odeon continue to meet the high standard that they have set themselves as this time the film was Selma. 541 more words

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Andrew Jackson had a big block of cheese

Regular readers will know I am a huge fan of The West Wing so I couldn’t let the new White House video go by without a mention. 8 more words


'West Wing' cast reunites to promote White House's Big Block of Cheese Day

Andrew Jackson, in the main foyer of the White House, had a big block of cheese. Rather than stinking up the current White House, President Barack Obama is offering a virtual block of cheese, and he’s enlisted the cast of  267 more words