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Still Lifes from Guantanamo Bay

One of President Barack Obama’s first orders following his inauguration in 2009 was to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, within a year. Seven years later, as his presidency comes to an end, the contentious detention center still house 60 inmates — 20 of whom are cleared for release. 445 more words

Lichtenstein: Devils’ D Picks Up Slack On Offensive End

By Steve Lichtenstein
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The word most associated with the Devils is “defense.”

Long one of the NHL’s stingiest teams, the Devils, under second-year coach John Hynes, have maintained the organization’s tradition of playing tight, disciplined hockey. 924 more words

Sports

THE QUIRKS AND SUPERSTITIONS OF RACING IN HONG HONG

By Hans Ebert
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Let’s face it, jockeys sending out different signals to their backers as to when to put the money on has been going on since the days of the chariot race in “Ben Hur”…and to varying degrees of success. 1,449 more words

Horse Racing

Invasão de Privacidade

Invasão de Privacidade (I.T) (Crime/Drama/Mistério); Elenco: Pierce Brosnan, Jason Barry, Karen Moskow; Direção: John Moore; Irlanda/França/USA, 2016. 95 Min.

O tema invasão de privacidade nunca esteve tão em evidência. 576 more words

Crítica Cinematográfica

Short Film Review: 4 Quarters of Silence (dir by Cody Broadway)

Hi, everyone!  I want to take a small break from talking about horror movie and Halloween to tell you about 4 Quarters of Silence, a short documentary film that may not be scary but is definitely very inspiring.   339 more words

Film

One Photographer Traveled the Full Length of the U.S. Border With Mexico

Over the course of several recent weeks, Getty Images photographer John Moore visited the Imperial Sand Dunes of southern California, Big Bend National Park in West Texas and the Boca Chica State Park, where the Rio Grande flows into the Gulf of Mexico. 475 more words

Film Review: 'I.T.'

Appropriately enough for a movie titled “I.T.,” there is a preponderance of hard drives, software, satellite tracking networks, cutting-edge surveillance systems, and banks of large-format monitors on display throughout director John Moore’s slickly produced techno-thriller. 615 more words

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