york city – Schlammpeitziger http://schlammpeitziger.com/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 21:29:10 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://schlammpeitziger.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default.png york city – Schlammpeitziger http://schlammpeitziger.com/ 32 32 Irish performances for Irish Heritage Month | THIRTEEN https://schlammpeitziger.com/irish-performances-for-irish-heritage-month-thirteen/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 21:29:10 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/irish-performances-for-irish-heritage-month-thirteen/ Fields in Ireland, and a hint of rain that keeps them green. From the episode Simple Comforts: Ireland by Mary Berry. March is Irish-American Heritage Month – a celebration of the culture of a small island to which 31.5 million Americans feel connected; Irish is the second largest ancestry group listed in the US census […]]]>

Fields in Ireland, and a hint of rain that keeps them green. From the episode Simple Comforts: Ireland by Mary Berry.

March is Irish-American Heritage Month – a celebration of the culture of a small island to which 31.5 million Americans feel connected; Irish is the second largest ancestry group listed in the US census after German. The highlight of the month is St. Patrick’s Day on March 17, when the color to wear is green, representing the Emerald Isle of Ireland.

New York City rolls out the St. Patrick’s Day Parade down Fifth Avenue starting at 11 a.m. and people from all walks of life join in the festivities at Irish pubs and taverns – the city has more per capita than any other, according to a St. Patrick’s Day. thematic overview by Wallet Hub. If you’re lucky, you might catch a traditional Irish music session in a pub when musicians come together to play traditional Irish songs and socialize. Irish hospitality is paired with a gift for conversation – the Irish are always up for ‘the Craic’ – an Irish Gaelic term that boils down to sharing the latest news and gossip with generous humor and wit.

THIRTEEN, the New York-area PBS station, is happy to bring music and performances into homes in March via specials, as well as shows that reveal Ireland’s beauty and history.

Ireland in music: Sclimpini


The title of this new musical series is simple, but does the Irish Gaelic word sclimpíní mean? Manchán Magan, author of the book Thirty-two words for Field: lost words from the Irish landscapeexplains: “sclimpiní refers to supernatural lights that dance before our eyes.

Irish eyes smile in the series Ireland in music: Sclimpini, in which Irish-based musicians perform on location in the Irish countryside and towns. Episodes include poetry with actor Stephen Rea (Flesh and blood, the crying game) and even a whistler! Locations include Dublin’s Temple Bar and Millennium Bridge, the Burren in County Clare, the castles of County Westmeath and more. Broadcasts begin Sunday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. (see Schedule), but you can stream episodes in advance.

Irish Dancing: Steps to Freedom

Thirteen tunes Irish Dancing: Steps to Freedom several times from Thursday, March 17 at 8:30 p.m. to March 21 at 1 a.m. (see schedule).

Breathtaking Irish dancing performances trace the evolution of this global dance phenomenon, from its early Celtic origins and peasant dance roots to its blending with the slave cultures of the Caribbean and Africa. Hosted by young Irish dancing phenom and viral TikTok sensation Morgan Bullock from Virginia, the program reveals how Irish dancing is a story of religious influence, cultural fusion, mass migration and revolution. Archive performances feature Riverdance and Lord of the Dance star Michael Flatley and Irish dancing master Jean Butler, among many others.

The program features Irish dance artists from New York to Ireland.

A young black woman wearing Irish dancing shoes stands on her toes on the Irish dancing board in the middle of NYC street intersection.  She wears black tights and a black zipped sweatshirt.

Irish dance artist Morgan Bullock dances at the intersection of Delancey Street and Orchard Street on the Lower East Side in New York

Six men wear black shoes and dance on a wooden plank placed on the pier at the water's edge.  The sun is setting behind them.

Irish dancing performance at Battery Park in New York.

Two tall young men, twins, are in the air with their bodies upright above two boards for Irish dancing which are placed in the path along the body of water.

Gardiner Brothers in Steps to Freedom.

Cormac Begley and Stephaine Keane perform at the water’s edge.

For live Irish dancing, check out the Trinity Irish Dance Company (TIDC) March 15-19 at the Joyce Theatre. The theater seats just under 500 people in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, and every seat is good.

Trinity: Classically Irish

Conor Murphy, Emmett O’Hanlon and Ronan Scolard.

Thirteen tunes Trinity: Classically Irish Thursday, March 17 at 10 p.m. and Saturday, March 19 at 3 p.m. (see schedule) or stream now.

A New Yorker is part of this trio of tenors celebrating in song the month of Irish-American heritage. Their concert with the Gulf Coast Symphony in Fort Myers, Florida includes ‘Toora Loora’, ‘Red Is the Rose’, ‘Carrickfergus’, ‘Danny Boy’, ‘The Spanish Lady’, ‘Shenandoah’, ‘Raglan Road’ , “The Rocky Road to Dublin”, “Grace”, “Isle of Hope”, “The Fields of Athenry” and “The Parting Glass”.

Emmett O’Hanlon was born in New York to Irish parents. After earning a Masters in Music from the Juilliard School, his work as lead vocalist with Celtic Thunder took him to hundreds of cities in the United States, Canada and Australia.

Conor Murphy has Irish opera in his blood – his great-grandmother, Mimi Devitt, was a famous Irish operatic soprano before World War II, who earned the nickname ‘Mimi’ for her well-received performances at Dublin in La Boheme. Murphy performs in opera and musical theater and as a solo artist across Canada, the United States and Europe.

Ronan Scolard is a tenor and multi-talented musician from Dublin. He studied music at Trinity College, University of Dublin and is musical director and arranger at Trinity. His vast experience, including choral and orchestral work and arranging for Riverdance and Celtic Woman, has made Ronan one of Ireland’s most sought after arrangers and music producers.

Celtic Woman: Postcards from Ireland

Celtic woman set.

As we head towards the return of travel and live music, the Grammy-nominated ensemble Celtic Woman shares a message of love and hope with fans in the form of musical postcards, written with the songs from their latest album. They filmed their special at 14 locations in Ireland and are currently on the Postcards of Ireland tour, with March dates in Staten Island and New Brunswick, New Jersey. Stream the special TV concert now.

Breaking away from the usual format of Celtic Woman TV specials, Postcards from Ireland takes viewers on a musical journey through stunning land and seascapes across Ireland, where the set is filmed outdoors with musicians and dancers. Postcards appear throughout the program as signposts to keep you informed of location, and performers share associations they have with the setting or song they’re performing.

Irish places and songs

At Johnstown Castle in County Wexford in the East, the band deliver a stunning performance of ‘Amazing Grace’. Megaan sings “Bonny Portmore” at the Glendalough monastic site in County Wicklow. Admire the dramatic seascapes and cliffs of County Antrim, where the band perform a new rendition of ‘The Dawning of the Day’. ‘Beeswing’, a beautiful folk song, is performed in a reconstructed early 20th century Irish village in County Tyrone. The West Coast’s Wild Atlantic Way is pictured at Lissadell House in County Sligo, the holiday home of famous Irish poet WB Yeats. There, Muirgen sings “Down By the Salley Gardens”. At Kylemore Abbey in Connemara, County Galway, Chloe delivers a stunning rendition of ‘Angel’. In County Kerry, Tara performs Bach’s magnificent violin solo “Where Sheep May Safely Graze” in the medieval monastic ruins of Muckross Abbey. In the chapel of Trinity College Dublin, Susan offers a powerful interpretation of “May It Be”.

Mary Berry’s Simple Comfort: Ireland

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Mary Berry.

The Great British Baking Show co-host Mary Berry has a PBS spin-off called Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts. In this episode, she visits Ireland, where comfort food is at the heart of local cuisine. Mary visits Cork’s local food market, which is full of culinary delights, from fresh fish and steaming stews to beautiful breads and the famous Boxty potato pancake. At the Jameson distillery, she meets a cooper (cooper) whose know-how has been passed down from generations of ancestors before him. Broadcast now.

The wild coast of Ireland


This unique journey along one of the world’s most spectacular coastlines showcases the wildlife and wild places that make Ireland’s rugged Atlantic coast so special. Wildlife cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson is your guide to the place he calls home after 30 years of making the world’s most famous wildlife films. Watch clips and two episodes.

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Here’s who’s in town for the NBA All-Star Game halftime https://schlammpeitziger.com/heres-whos-in-town-for-the-nba-all-star-game-halftime/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 18:49:00 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/heres-whos-in-town-for-the-nba-all-star-game-halftime/ CLEVELAND – The NBA has released details of a halftime special show which will take place during the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, February 20 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. The star-studded ceremony will feature special performances that honor the league’s 75th anniversary. Take the fans on a journeySpike Lee, eight-time Grammy Award winner and co-owner […]]]>

CLEVELAND – The NBA has released details of a halftime special show which will take place during the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday, February 20 at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. The star-studded ceremony will feature special performances that honor the league’s 75th anniversary.

Take the fans on a journey
Spike Lee, eight-time Grammy Award winner and co-owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers Usher, five-time Academy Award winner and two-time Emmy Award winner, Tiffany Haddish, Grammy Award and Emmy Award winner, and Anthony Anderson, Emmy Awards, will tell a special tribute in honor of the 75-year history of the NBA. Players who pioneered the league over the years will be recognized.

The tribute will highlight “the themes that have served as cornerstones of the NBA since its founding: competition, culture and inclusion.”

The introduction
Cleveland native Machine Gun Kelly and famed producer DJ D-Nice will present the 2022 NBA All-Stars before tipping.

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Machine Gun Kelly performs during day one of the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest Thursday, Feb. 10, 2022 at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Macy Gray, a four-time Grammy winner and native of Ohio, will sing the national anthem of the United States, and Ryland James, a native of Toronto and a two-time Juno and platinum nominee, will sing the national anthem. from Canada.

Half-time final
Earth, Wind and Fire, winners of nine Grammy Awards, will perform their hit “Shining Star”.

Verdin White, Ralph Johnson, Philip Bailey

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From left, Verdin White, Ralph Johnson and Philip Bailey of Earth, Wind & Fire perform during the Drive-in Race to Erase MS event at the Rose Bowl, Friday, June 4, 2021, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

The First NBA HBCU
As previously announced, award-winning actress and TV personality Keke Palmer will perform the national anthem and “Lift Every Voice and Sing” before the start of the HBCU Classic premiere on Saturday, February 19 at 2 p.m.

She will be accompanied by the Howard University Showtime Marching Band.

Keke Palmer

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Keke Palmer attends the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Benefit Gala celebrating the opening of the exhibit ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’ on Monday, September 13, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

A star-studded musical program
DJ Khaled will be joined by Mary J. Blige, Ludacris, Lil Wayne, Gunna, Migos and Lil Baby to headline a performance ahead of the AT&T Slam Dunk on State Farm All-Star Saturday Night at 8 p.m.

RELATED: A Complete Guide to the 2022 NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland

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Terrance Cummings Art at Plainsboro Library Gallery https://schlammpeitziger.com/terrance-cummings-art-at-plainsboro-library-gallery/ Wed, 26 Jan 2022 06:50:44 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/terrance-cummings-art-at-plainsboro-library-gallery/ STYLIZED ART: The works of Plainsboro artist, designer and illustrator Terrance Cummings will be on display at the Plainsboro Public Library until the end of March. An artist talk is scheduled for February 5 at 2 p.m. Plainsboro artist, designer and illustrator Terrance Cummings will be exhibiting his work in the Plainsboro Public Library Gallery […]]]>

STYLIZED ART: The works of Plainsboro artist, designer and illustrator Terrance Cummings will be on display at the Plainsboro Public Library until the end of March. An artist talk is scheduled for February 5 at 2 p.m.

Plainsboro artist, designer and illustrator Terrance Cummings will be exhibiting his work in the Plainsboro Public Library Gallery during the months of February and March.

Opening Feb. 1, the show will feature Cummings’ graphic work, which often consists of flattened areas of color stitched together into stylized figures. Classically trained in figurative drawing, the artist often uses the human figure as his main subject.

Cummings describes his art as “socially relevant” and says he aims to create art that “solves a problem”. He says he hopes to “provide positive portrayals and alternatives to some of today’s difficult issues.”

Born in Birmingham, Alabama, Cummings grew up in New York. There he took his first art classes at the Art Students League, where he studied anatomy and design. He attended New York City High School of Music and Art and received a BFA from Parsons School of Design.

As a book designer and illustrator, Cummings has worked for Random House, Crown Books, Viking Penguin and Kensington Press. He has received awards from the Bookbinders Guild and the Society of Illustrators, as well as the American Illustration Award.

Cummings is scheduled to give a lecture at the library on February 5 at 2 p.m., provided that access to the library is not restricted due to COVID-19.

The Plainsboro Library is located at 9 Van Doren, Plainsboro. For more information, visit plainsborolibrary.org.

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Spider-Man’s Web Wings Should Be A Part Of His Costume https://schlammpeitziger.com/spider-mans-web-wings-should-be-a-part-of-his-costume/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 15:02:00 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/spider-mans-web-wings-should-be-a-part-of-his-costume/ [ad_1] When Spider-Man was originally created, his costume had canvas wings that have since disappeared. However, Alex Ross proves they should make a comeback. When Spider Man was originally created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, his costume had canvas wings which have since disappeared. While new Spider-Man Ben Reilly recently acquired a modified version […]]]>


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When Spider-Man was originally created, his costume had canvas wings that have since disappeared. However, Alex Ross proves they should make a comeback.

When Spider Man was originally created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, his costume had canvas wings which have since disappeared. While new Spider-Man Ben Reilly recently acquired a modified version of the wings for his new costume, concept art from iconic illustrator Alex Ross proves that web wings should make a permanent comeback in comics.

In recent years, Spider-Man has been reimagined several times, from his Superior Spider-Man look and the Playstation game to its Stark technological suit in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Each ambitious new design has become popular with fans, even though Spidey’s most iconic costume is extremely specific in its details. However, the crawler has shown that he can wear a wide range of costumes that embody his personality. In Alex Ross’ book containing his work for Marvel Comics throughout his career titled the wonder, it includes a some alternate versions of Spider-Man.

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Related: Lee & Ditko’s Spider-Man Run Launches New ‘Marvel Comics Library’ Series

In concept art originally intended for Sam Raimi Spider Man, Alex Ross imagines the costume with the canvas wings first included by Steve Ditko. The stylish version of the jumpsuit with dark glasses and black instead of blue proves that web wings can look great. Although often abandoned by artists, the wings served a practical function in allowing Spider-Man to soar, sometimes amplifying his web swaying across town. The feature has long been forgotten by most mainstream iterations of the character, but Spider-Man 2099 AKA Miguel O’Hara has used them with his costume in the future. Artists may view the canvas wings under the arms as an unnecessary element, but they also help to set Spider-Man’s costume apart from other heroes.




Alex Ross concept for the costume depicts a more utilitarian Peter Parker, with his web slingshots visible on his wrists. It makes sense that this costume would also reinstate the wings, as they improve his ability to move from place to place in New York City. In that sense, they fulfill a vital need for Spider-Man to do his job and protect the city. Armpit webs might seem silly to some, but they often came in handy when Lee and Ditko first worked on the title. Currently, Amazing Spider-Man # 81 portrays the infamous Peter Parker’s clone, Ben Reilly, with a new costume that includes a puffy version of the wings that allow him to fly. Written by Saladin Ahmed with art by Carlos Gomez, the new issue validates costume design in 2021.


As seen for the first time on the cover of Amazing Fantastic # 15 (1962), Spider Man swung with a thug in one hand. The task might have slowed him down a bit without the wings. Instead, the web launcher flies through town, bringing the criminal to the authorities. Like a lot of Alex Ross representations of marvel heroes, it simultaneously shows fans how they can evolve and why their initial incarnations will never get old.

More: Marvel’s New Spider-Man Just Proved He’s Smarter Than Peter Parker


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TV Movie Guide: January 3 – 9 | Film news https://schlammpeitziger.com/tv-movie-guide-january-3-9-film-news/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 05:01:48 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/tv-movie-guide-january-3-9-film-news/ [ad_1] HIGHLIGHTS FROM SBS WORLD FILMS THIS WEEK: Audio Description (AD) available for The top breakers, Robinson Crusoe and September 11: Escape the towers Closed Captions (CC) available for The Breaker Upperers, 9/11: Escape the Towers and His smell MONDAY JANUARY 3 The case of the three-sided dream11:45 a.m., NITV (repeat Wednesday January 5, 9:30 […]]]>


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HIGHLIGHTS FROM SBS WORLD FILMS THIS WEEK:

  • Audio Description (AD) available for The top breakers, Robinson Crusoe and September 11: Escape the towers
  • Closed Captions (CC) available for The Breaker Upperers, 9/11: Escape the Towers and His smell

MONDAY JANUARY 3

The case of the three-sided dream
11:45 a.m., NITV (repeat Wednesday January 5, 9:30 p.m. / Thursday January 6, 11:45 a.m.)

PG
United States, 2014
Kind: Documentary, Music
Language: English
Director: Adam kahan
With: Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Betty Neals, Rory Kirk, Michael Max Fleming, Sonelius Smith
What is it about?
The documentary film about the life and legacy of Rahsaan Roland Kirk – a one-of-a-kind musician, personality, activist and windmill killer who, despite being blind, became paralyzed and faced with the racial injustices of the America, has not wavered.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

TUESDAY, JANUARY 4

A time to swim
1:00 p.m., NITV

PG
Canada, 2017
Kind: Documentary
Language: English
Director: Ashley duong
What is it about?
In the suburbs of Montreal, Mutang Urud is a father. But in Malaysia, he was a voice of resistance for the indigenous peoples of Sarawak. A time to swim follows Mutang as he returns home for the first time since his exile in 1992 and discovers that the isolated forest village is not as he remembers it.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5

Detective Chinatown 2
8:30 p.m., SBS VICELAND

M
China, 2018
Kind: Comedy, Mystery
Language: Mandarin, English
Director: Chen Sicheng
With : Baoqiang Wang, Liu Haoran, Xiao Yang, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Shang Yuxian, Bai Ling
What is it about?
Qin (Liu Haoran) comes to New York to attend Tang and Xiang’s wedding. Tang shows up with a flamboyant outfit. Turns out the so-called wedding is actually a worldwide sleuth contest, with a huge cash prize. The competition is to find the missing grandson of Uncle Qi (Tsang), the godfather of Chinatown.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

The top breakers
10:45 p.m., SBS VICELAND

M, AD, CC
New Zealand, 2018
Kind: The comedy
Language: English
Director: Madeleine Sami, Jackie van Beek
With : Jackie van Beek, Madeleine Sami, Celia Pacquola, James Rolleston
What is it about?
Fifteen years ago, Mel (Sami) and Jen (van Beek) found out that they were being dubbed by the same man. Bitter and cynical, they became quick friends and formed The Breaker Upperers, a small business that separates couples for money. Now they are in their 30s and the business is booming. But when they meet an old victim, Mel realizes and their friendship is truly tested. Executive produced by Taika Waititi.

THURSDAY JANUARY 6

brown boys
9:30 p.m., NITV

MA15 +
New Zealand, 2019
Kind: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Language: English, Samoan
Director: Hans Masoë
With : Johnny Aukusitino, Jesme Fa’auuga, Tom Natoealofa, Eteuati Ete, Hans Masoe
What is it about?
The Brown Boys spend their weekends drinking, partying and chasing girls. Peter the Gambler (Masoe), Kiligi the Bad Influence (Aleni Tufuga), Magele the Badass (Natoealofa), Luka the Drunk Master (Fa’auuga), Siaki the Strange Guy (Aukusitino) and Mickey the Baby (Leaupepe Jnr) – they are family by blood and by choice. When one of the boys expresses a desire to settle down, it provokes reactions within the group that could sever ties of friendship and family forever.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

FRIDAY JANUARY 7

Robinson Crusoe
7:30 p.m., NITV

PG, AD
Belgium, France, 2016
Kind: Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family
Language: German
Director: Ben Stassen, Vincent Kesteloot
Voice distribution: Ilka Bessin, Dieter Hallervorden, Matthias Schweighöfer, Aylin Tezel, Kaya Yanar
What is it about?
After a severe storm, Robinson Crusoe is stranded on an island inhabited by an outgoing parrot and his eccentric animal friends. As the animals get to know their special new guest, they find him to be a useful ally when two complicit cats attempt to take control of their exotic paradise.

SATURDAY JANUARY 8

Teddy Pendergrass: If you don’t know me
7:30 p.m., NITV

M
United Kingdom, 2018
Kind: Documentary, Music
Language: English
Director: Olivia lichtenstein
What is it about?
The untold and ultimately inspiring story of legendary singer Teddy Pendergrass, the man on the verge of being the greatest R&B artist of all time until the tragic accident that changed his life forever at the age of 31 years only.

The dark side
9:35 p.m., NITV

PG
Australia, 2013
Kind: Documentary
Language: English
Director: Warwick thornton
With: Aaron Pedersen, Deborah Mailman, Sacha Horler, Bryan Brown, Claudia Karvan
What is it about?
Director Warwick Thornton (Samson & Delilah, Sweet country) brings together a collection of poignant, sad, funny and absurd real ghost tales from all over Australia, and brings them to life with some of Australia’s most iconic actors as storytellers.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

Fall
12:15 a.m., SBS

MA15 +
Germany, 2004
Kind: History, Drama
Director:
Olivier Hirschbiegel
With : Bruno Ganz, Alexandra Maria Lara, Juliane Köhler
What is it about?
Tracing the last 10 days of Hitler’s life (played by Ganz), from his 56th birthday on April 20, 1945, to his suicide on April 30, Fall uses multiple characters to show the chaos of a crumbling country, from Hitler’s henchman in the streets of Berlin, to soldiers and civilians fighting and dying as the Soviet army ravages the city above. Nominated for the Oscar for best foreign language film in 2005.

September 11: Escape the towers
3:00 a.m., SBS

M, AD, CC
United States, 2018
Kind: Documentary, History
Language: English
Director: Grace Chapman
What is it about?
Each World Trade Center tower had 110 floors. Each floor has a story. In this two-hour special, the survivors of two of these floors, many of whom are speaking for the first time, tell their stories. Focusing on one floor of the North Tower and another in the south, this film will offer a never-before-seen intimacy with what it was really like to be inside the Twin Towers on September 11.

SUNDAY JANUARY 9

20 feet of fame
8:30 p.m., NITV

M
United States, 2013
Kind: Documentary
Language: English
Director: Morgan neville
With: Chris Botti, Darlene Love, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Austin, Stevvi Alexander, Lou Adler
What is it about?
The choristers live in a world that lies just beyond the limelight. Their voices bring harmony to the biggest popular music groups, but we had no idea who these singers are or the lives they lead – until now. Directed by Morgan Neville (Best of Enemies: Buckley vs. Vidal, Won’t you be my neighbor).

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

Anori
10:10 p.m., NITV

PG
Greenland, 2018
Kind: Drama
Language: Inuktitut
Director: Pipaluk Jorgensen
With : Nûkaka Coster-Waldau, Angunnguaq Larsen, Ujarneq Fleischer
What is it about?
It is a tragic love story inspired by old Greenlandic myths. The film tells the story of Anori, a woman who believes only in all that is good in life, but when confronted with the dark forces of nature is determined to bring back the light. This modern story, set among incredible Greenlandic landscapes and intense New York City, takes you on a journey where the myth comes to life.

Broadcast after broadcast on SBS On Demand:

His smell
00:20, SBS VICELAND

M, CC
United States, 2018
Kind: Drama, Music
Language: English
Director: Alex Ross Perry
With : Elisabeth Moss, Cara Delevingne, Dan Stevens, Amber Heard, Agyness Deyn
What is it about?
A self-destructive punk rocker (Moss) struggles with sobriety while trying to find the creative inspiration that led her group to success. From writer-director Alex Ross Perry (Listen to Philippe, Earth queen).

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John Rockefeller’s PADDINGTON SAVES CHRISTMAS is now streaming online https://schlammpeitziger.com/john-rockefellers-paddington-saves-christmas-is-now-streaming-online/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 15:55:25 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/john-rockefellers-paddington-saves-christmas-is-now-streaming-online/ [ad_1] In Paddington Saves Christmas, the beloved bear of books and screens for children of all ages stars in a holiday special, now airing online. The largest streaming event of its kind, the virtual show will air simultaneously in the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and will be available until January 4, 2022. […]]]>


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In Paddington Saves Christmas, the beloved bear of books and screens for children of all ages stars in a holiday special, now airing online.

The largest streaming event of its kind, the virtual show will air simultaneously in the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and will be available until January 4, 2022. It s This is the first production created by Rockefeller Studios, marking the expansion to filmed content.

Watch the show here.

Inspired by Rockefeller Productions’ highly acclaimed theatrical production, Paddington Gets in A Jam, this unique puppet show was created for the whole family. This special production has been developed for children and families to enjoy at home while on vacation while raising funds for theaters around the world that are unable to offer family entertainment this year.

In Jonathan Rockefeller’s Paddington Saves Christmas, Paddington helps his ever cranky neighbor, Mr. Curry, who panics over the arrival of an important visitor for the holidays. Paddington volunteers to help Mr. Curry get his house ready for Christmas, but in typical Paddington fashion, his good intentions lead from one situation to the next!

“It was so exciting to bring Paddington on stage and to see the joy it has brought to so many people. After the year that we have all had, I am delighted to present this famous bear to the public in a way than he has ever known before. Paddington Save Christmas is the perfect way to celebrate this holiday season. “- Jonathan Rockefeller, Creator / Director.

Paddington Saves Christmas was designed by Rockefeller Studios in partnership with StudioCanal. It is written and directed by Jonathan Rockefeller, filmed and edited by Kevin Guzewich, with a puppet creation by Rockefeller Productions. The cast includes AJ Ditty as Mr. Curry, Christine McBurney as Aunt Matilda and Jake Bazel, Chris Palmieri and Kirsty Moon as the Paddington puppeteers.

Jonathan Rockefeller and Rockefeller Productions took on the challenge of reimagining Disney’s Winnie the Pooh for a new audience by bringing it to life on stage as a puppet. The company has received worldwide accolades, from critics and audiences alike, for its production of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, with 14 productions performed on 4 continents.

A long run of the show in New York City has resulted in Drama Desk and Off-Broadway Alliance nominations, as has their production of Paddington Gets in a Jam, which is currently on tour in China and will be touring the United States. next year. Other projects include the award-winning short, 10 Little Rubber Ducks, written by eminent author / illustrator Eric Carle.

For more than 60 years, British-born writer Michael Bond has delighted readers around the world with his stories about Paddington, the marmalade-loving Peruvian bear. The cuteness and humor of the stories appeal to children and adults alike, ensuring Paddington’s enduring popularity from generation to generation.

HarperCollins Children’s Books have published The Adventures of Paddington continuously since October 13, 1958 when, as William Collins, they first introduced A Bear Called Paddington to the world. Since then, The Adventures of Paddington have been adapted several times for television and in late 2014 Paddington made their big screen debut.

Another Paddington 2 film followed in 2017 with a third in the works. In 2020 a brand new Paddington TV series designed for preschool audiences, The Adventures of Paddington launched on Nickelodeon, introducing it to a whole new group of fans. The second series was launched in 2021 and a third is in development.

The Copyrights Group owns the rights to Paddington and leads the development of the brand. StudioCanal is the producer of films and TV series. The two entities are owned by the content, media and communications group Vivendi.

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5 best Nu-Funk artists to watch in 2022 https://schlammpeitziger.com/5-best-nu-funk-artists-to-watch-in-2022/ Fri, 17 Dec 2021 23:20:00 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/5-best-nu-funk-artists-to-watch-in-2022/ [ad_1] A definitive list of nu-funk artists who will have some great new music in 2022. Cool Company, Marc Rebillet, CAPYAC, Tuxedo, Vulfpeck 1. Nice company Cool Company makes Future R&B music. Brooklyn’s Cool Company duo – singer Yannick Hughes and producer Matt Fishman – sumptuously blend hip-hop, R&B, electronics, pop and funk. Frequently bringing […]]]>


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A definitive list of nu-funk artists who will have some great new music in 2022. Cool Company, Marc Rebillet, CAPYAC, Tuxedo, Vulfpeck

1. Nice company

Cool Company makes Future R&B music.

Brooklyn’s Cool Company duo – singer Yannick Hughes and producer Matt Fishman – sumptuously blend hip-hop, R&B, electronics, pop and funk. Frequently bringing home energetic bops to Spotify’s Nu-Funk, Choice Edits, or I Love My ’10s Funk playlists, their live show retains the same uplifting soul energy as their productions. Recently touring with Magic City Hippies and sold out in New York City, they continue to bring funk wherever they go.

2. Marc Rebillet

An improv artist who builds songs from scratch! All of his published songs were composed entirely by himself in one take. Marc Rebillet is an American electronic musician and YouTuber from Dallas, Texas, currently based in New York City. He is known for his improvised electronic songs with humorous lyrics. Self-proclaimed “Loop Daddy” Rebillet primarily distributes his work via YouTube videos and Twitch live streams, in which he uses loops, keyboards, vocals and percussion instruments to produce funky songs in his apartment. Over 3 studio albums and EPs, he has formed an original catalog of upbeat, moving nu-funk records.

3. CAPYAC

CAPYAC FOREVER /// TIME IS AN ILLUSION

I would like to point out that Capyac is two things: 1) the production + songwriting duo formed in 2015 by P. Sugz (tall one) and Potion (shorty). 2) the ever-expanding performing arts, involving up to 12 musicians and often including mimes, dancers, comedy sketches and cooking.

CAPYAC exists in this hybrid state – writing, production, remixing and DJing as a duo (+ collaborators); and live with all their friends.

Their second debut album “CAPYAC FOREVER” was released in 2021. They hope you will like it

GROODOOS / “THE BAND” Oolaf Oolafenson, Marshall Jackson Lowry, Zach Yañez, Ciceley Fullylove, Jeff Olson, KD Kinetic, Sam Pankey, Sam Howden, Sean Lee, Legward Beantime, Jaime Aldaraca Ferrao, Bob’s Dance Shop, Alyssa & Brandon the Mimes

REMIX FOR Cool Company, Tim Atlas, Midnight Generation, The Funk Hunters, Ishi, Benny Bridges, La Femme (unreleased), Izzy Bizu (unofficial).

4. Smoking

“The only time you wear a tuxedo is when it’s time to party.”

That’s what legendary West Coast player Snoop Dogg said on the opening track of Tuxedo II. The Doggfather’s Blessing was of particular significance to Mayer Hawthorne and Jake One, whose second album found them at the forefront of the new wave of gangster boogie – one owed as much to G-funk as to P -funk. This is the territory of pre- and post-hydraulic low riders: a mix of Californian boom-bap, analog synth bass and sleek funk that resonates with truth and authenticity in an era when so many people pretend.

Bonding around a shared love for Chic, Parliament, and the other signs of the greatest Zodiac funk, Mayer Hawthorne (Aquarius) and Jake One (Taurus) were the earliest predictors of the marine changes American music would undergo in 2016. Their first released in March of 2015 debuted at No. 1 on iTunes America’s RnB charts, dubbed “Dance floor catnip” by the Boston Globe and “Pure disco-funk hot fire” by Okayplayer. The second album on Stones Throw Records was premiered with a special performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live and dubbed “Straight-up funk magic” by Noisey. Given their individual successes (Mayer’s four solo albums, Jake’s production work for Drake, Future, The Weeknd, and De La Soul) and eight GRAMMY nominations between them, it’s no surprise that their combined powers have once again given an absolute slapper, perfect for dance parties in 2019 and beyond.

You Fux with the Tux?

5. Vulfpeck

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The ICA announces the name and details of the American exhibition at the Venice Biennale: ‘Simone Leigh: GRITTIN’ https://schlammpeitziger.com/the-ica-announces-the-name-and-details-of-the-american-exhibition-at-the-venice-biennale-simone-leigh-grittin/ Thu, 09 Dec 2021 23:44:49 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/the-ica-announces-the-name-and-details-of-the-american-exhibition-at-the-venice-biennale-simone-leigh-grittin/ [ad_1] “With these works, Leigh weaves references to 19th-century West African art, the material culture of early black Americans, and the colonial history of international exhibitions.” according to the ICA. The announcement was made during a live virtual media event on Wednesday morning. Leigh’s exhibit will also feature a three-day symposium, “Loophole of Retreat: Venice,” […]]]>


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“With these works, Leigh weaves references to 19th-century West African art, the material culture of early black Americans, and the colonial history of international exhibitions.” according to the ICA. The announcement was made during a live virtual media event on Wednesday morning.

Leigh’s exhibit will also feature a three-day symposium, “Loophole of Retreat: Venice,” from a 2019 project at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The symposium will bring together international artists, activists and academics in the fall to present programming on “the intellectual and creative work of black women,” the ICA said. It will also include screenings, performances and dialogues on a number of topics, including magical realism and medicine. “The retirement loophole” is how author Harriet Jacobs described the small attic where she lived after her escape from slavery in her 1861 autobiography, “Incidents in the Life of a Slave”.

In this 2020 photo provided by the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, artist Simone Leigh poses for a photo at Stratton Sculpture Studios in Philadelphia. Leigh will be the first black woman to represent the United States at the prestigious Venice Biennale Arts Festival in Italy to be held in 2022.Shaniqwa Jarvis / Simone Leigh and Hauser & Wirth via AP

Following the Biennale – which was postponed for a year due to the pandemic – Leigh’s work from the exhibit will tour museums across the United States, beginning with the first museum inquiry exhibit of the artist at the ICA in 2023.

GRITTIN“Marks the first time that the American Pavilion at the Biennale will be” entirely dedicated to the experiences and contributions of black women, “said Jill Medvedow, co-curator of next year’s American Pavilion and Ellen Matilda Poss director of the ICA. Leigh is the first black woman to represent the United States at the Biennale, which will run from April 23 to November 27, 2022. The last two American artists sent to Venice – Mark Bradford in 2017 and Martin Puryear in 2019 – are black men.

“Grittin”, a nod to the African-American vernacular English term for “adopting a protective posture”, is also a reference to the “grain” of sand and stone which are at the heart of the sculptures, and to internal courage. and determination that Leigh designed many sculptures to embody, according to the ICA.

Eva Respini, pavilion co-curator and chief curator Barbara Lee at the ICA, highlighted Leigh’s “quote ethics”, in which the artist “refers to ideas, achievements and history. of the intellectual work of black women ”.

In addition to sculpture, the 54-year-old Chicago-born artist whose sculpture “Cupboard IX” was featured in an exhibition earlier this year at the ICA, also has a background in video and art from the performance.

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Sculpture “Cupboard IX” by Simone Leigh at the ICA.Mel Taing / Courtesy of the Institute of Contemporary Art

The ICA announced that Leigh was chosen to represent the United States at the Biennale last October. The American pavilion presents new art as part of the Biennale every two years.

The ICA works with Spelman College in Atlanta – a college of historically black women – and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice to educate students and educators at the respective institutions about Leigh’s work and her exhibition.


Dana Gerber can be reached at dana.gerber@globe.com

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Honored on screen and sound, Beverly Glenn-Copeland, a messenger whose time is now https://schlammpeitziger.com/honored-on-screen-and-sound-beverly-glenn-copeland-a-messenger-whose-time-is-now/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 20:21:52 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/honored-on-screen-and-sound-beverly-glenn-copeland-a-messenger-whose-time-is-now/ [ad_1] Your browser does not support the audio element. Beverly glenn-copeland Alex Sturrock / RP Tribune Beverly Glenn-Copeland, or Glenn as her friends call her, likens herself to a radio tuned to pick up certain frequencies. These ideas and sounds, which generally defy classification, come to him through what he calls the “universal delivery system.” […]]]>


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Beverly Glenn-Copeland, or Glenn as her friends call her, likens herself to a radio tuned to pick up certain frequencies. These ideas and sounds, which generally defy classification, come to him through what he calls the “universal delivery system.” He sees his role simply as receiving them and transcribing them, then returning them to the world in the form of music.

Born in 1944, Copeland grew up in a planned, racially integrated Philadelphia community known as the Greenbelt Knoll. Her father was a pianist and her mother sang spirituals. Copeland left at age 17 to study classical music at McGill University in Montreal. He was the only black student in the program and identified as a lesbian at a time when transgender identity was neither well understood nor accepted.

Concerned for his safety, his parents tried to get him treated with electric shocks. Instead, Copeland dropped out of school and started writing songs. He released two eponymous albums in the early 1970s, most of the songs recorded in single takes. His first, the inflected folk Beverly copeland, also revealed elements of his classical training, in particular his training in German lieder.

Its follow-up, Beverly glenn-copeland, reflected his move to Toronto and his interest in the city’s vibrant jazz scene. Produced by Doug “Dr. Music” Riley, and supported by accomplished band mates such as guitarist Lenny Breau, Copeland began to find his creative niche. However, the music was difficult to categorize, and therefore difficult to market.

Copeland moved to rural Ontario and got a job creating music for children’s television. Then he got his hands on an Atari computer and a drum machine, an experience he describes in the new documentary. Keyboard fantasies as a liberator. “I suddenly, for the first time in my life, had access to wild sounds that a piano couldn’t make, that a traditional acoustic instrument couldn’t do, plus I had access to things that almost looked like a violin if you squinted very hard with your ears. It was like finding toys. “

In 1986, Copeland self-released a cassette tape album of meditative songs called Keyboard fantasies. At the time, he only sold a few dozen copies. But over the next three decades, his music quietly circulated around the world. In 2015, Japanese collector Ryota Masuko contacted Copeland, explaining that discovering his music was “an emotional experience” and asking if he had any stock copies to sell. What Copeland didn’t know was that Masuko was very influential, prompting inquiries from several labels who have since re-released. Keyboard fantasies as well as other Copeland recordings.

British filmmaker Posy Dixon says she heard for the first time Keyboard fantasies in 2017. “I remember the sound of Glenn’s voice so clearly and thinking to myself, wow, who is this, what is that music? And I also remember thinking, I have no idea if it’s someone from the contemporary era, someone from the 70s, if it’s a man, if it’s a woman. ” Dixon began searching for more music online, only to eventually find Copeland himself.As their friendship deepened, Copeland realized that the best way to connect with his audience was to meet them.

Although he hasn’t been on stage in years, Bianca Palmer says the first time she saw Copeland perform at Sappyfest in New Brunswick, Canada, she was in awe. “This music is so much his own acceptance of himself, and just like incredible listening in relation to his body, the world and nature itself.”

In the years that followed, Copeland had embraced his trans identity and began to practice Buddhism. Palmer says it was clear he was there to share more than his music. “He just thanked our generation for caring about this world. Everyone was shedding tears.”

After the show, Copeland came to see Palmer play drums with his own band, then invited them to form a multiracial and mixed ensemble, which he dubbed Indigo Rising. They embarked on a tour across Europe, playing a number of dates before the pandemic suspended live performances.

Thinking back to their time together, Palmer remembers, “We have so much to learn from him, so much to catch up.”

Dixon filmed Copeland and Indigo Rising on The Guess Who? Festival in the Netherlands for his documentary Keyboard Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story, now streaming and showing at festivals. Dixon says she didn’t just shine the spotlight on an overlooked talent, but on a figure that is in many ways transcendent.

“Glenn’s story has so many elements that connect with so many people,” Dixon says. “His position as a senior, queer elder, queer elder of color who lives this rich, beautiful, calm and successful life is such a powerful vision.”

Among the artists who cite Copeland as a source of inspiration, there is Le Guess Who? Co-Commissioners Moor Mother and Devendra Banhart, Caribou, Four Tet, Moses Sumney and Blood Orange. Another, singer and cellist Kelsey Lu, says she believes Copeland’s legacy is only beginning to materialize.

“There’s that feeling of love that I think all of us, as fans, really feel,” Lu said. “And I also think we don’t have as many elders to admire that way as Glenn sees himself as someone who has been unapologetically himself through time, and has been able to exist, survive and prosper. “

Last summer, together with electronic musician Asma Maroof and filmmaker Wu Tsang, Lu honored Copeland with a collaborative multimedia installation at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Lu is now a contributor to Keyboard fantasies reinvented, a tribute album that draws on the unlimited soundscapes of Copeland, which will be released next month.

Last year, Copeland told NPR’s Ari Shapiro that he is grateful that young people are embracing his music and his message, although he humbly claims he is just the medium of these cosmic transmissions. “It’s good to know that the music sent to me makes a difference to people in one way or another. And yes, that means I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing right now.”

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Today in history for November 29, 2021 https://schlammpeitziger.com/today-in-history-for-november-29-2021/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 04:11:06 +0000 https://schlammpeitziger.com/today-in-history-for-november-29-2021/ [ad_1] Today is Monday, November 29, the 333rd day of 2021. There are 32 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On November 29, 2001, former Beatle George Harrison died in Los Angeles following a battle with cancer; he was 58 years old. To this date : In 1864, a Colorado militia killed […]]]>


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Today is Monday, November 29, the 333rd day of 2021. There are 32 days left in the year.

Today’s highlight in history:

On November 29, 2001, former Beatle George Harrison died in Los Angeles following a battle with cancer; he was 58 years old.

To this date :

In 1864, a Colorado militia killed at least 150 peaceful Cheyenne Indians in the Sand Creek Massacre.

In 1910, British explorer Robert F. Scott’s ship, the Terra Nova, left New Zealand, carrying Scott’s expedition on its ultimately futile – as well as fatal – race to reach the South Pole first.

In 1929, Lieutenant (Navy) Cmdr. Richard E. Byrd, pilot Bernt Balchen, radio operator Harold June and photographer Ashley McKinney made the first airplane flight over the South Pole.

In 1947, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution calling for the partition of Palestine between Arabs and Jews; 33 members, including the United States, voted in favor of the resolution, 13 voted against and 10 abstained. (The plan, rejected by the Arabs, was never implemented.)

In 1961, Enos the chimpanzee was launched from Cape Canaveral aboard the Mercury-Atlas 5 spacecraft, which orbits the Earth twice before returning.

In 1963, President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed a commission headed by Earl Warren to investigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

In 1972, the coin-operated video arcade game Pong, created by Atari, debuted at Andy Capp’s Tavern in Sunnyvale, California.

In 1981, movie star Natalie Wood drowned in a boating accident off Santa Catalina Island, California, aged 43.

In 1987, a Korean Air 707 airliner en route from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok was destroyed by a bomb planted by North Korean agents, resulting in the loss of 115 people on board.

In 2000, preparing the public for more legal wrangling, Vice President Al Gore said in a series of television interviews that he was prepared to challenge Florida’s presidential vote until “mid-December.”

In 2008, Indian commandos killed the last remaining gunmen locked in a luxury Mumbai hotel, ending a 60-hour rampage in India’s financial capital by suspected Pakistan-based militants who killed 166 people .

In 2017, “Today” host Matt Lauer was fired for what NBC called “inappropriate sexual behavior” with a coworker; a published report accused him of gross and habitual misconduct with women around the office. Garrison Keillor, who had entertained public radio listeners for 40 years on “A Prairie Home Companion,” was fired by Minnesota Public Radio over allegations of inappropriate behavior in the workplace.

Ten years ago: Eurozone ministers sent Greece an 8 billion euro ($ 10.7 billion) Christmas bailout to stem an immediate cash crunch. Die-hard Iranian protesters stormed British diplomatic premises in what started as an apparent display of state-sanctioned anger over the latest Western sanctions aimed at punishing Tehran for its nuclear program. American Airlines parent company AMR Corp. has filed for bankruptcy, citing high labor and fuel costs and a weak economy. (American Airlines exited bankruptcy protection in December 2013 when it merged with US Airways.)

Five years ago: President-elect Donald Trump continued to fill his cabinet, choosing former Goldman Sachs executive Steven Mnuchin (mih-NOO’-shin) as Secretary of the Treasury Department, Georgia Rep. Tom Price for overseeing the nation’s health care system, and Elaine Chao, former Secretary of Labor and wife of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, to head the Department of Transportation. Regional leaders and tens of thousands of Cubans invaded Revolution Square in Havana, celebrating the late Fidel Castro where he gave fiery speeches to gigantic crowds in the years following his capture of the to be able to.

A year ago: Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that New York City would reopen its school system to in-person learning and increase the number of days per week that many children attend, even as the pandemic continues of coronavirus was escalating in the city. Nearly 1.2 million people have passed through US airports, according to the Transportation Security Administration; it was the highest daily number since before the pandemic.

Today’s Birthdays: Hall of Fame sports presenter Vin Scully is 94 years old. Blues singer-musician John Mayall is 88 years old. Actress Diane Ladd is 86 years old. Songwriter Mark James is 81 years old. Composer-musician Chuck Mangione is 81 years old. Country singer Jody Miller is 80 years old. Pop singer – Musician Felix Cavaliere (The Rascals) is 79 years old. Former Olympic skier Suzy Chaffee is 75 years old. Actor Jeff Fahey is 69 years old. Director Joel Coen is 67 years old. neh-pahl-ih-TAN’-oh) is 64 years old. Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is 62. Actor Cathy Moriarty is 61 years old. Actor Kim Delaney is 60 years old. Actor Tom Sizemore is 60 years old. Actor Andrew McCarthy is 59 years old. Actor Don Cheadle is 57. Actor-producer Neill Barry is 56 years old. Pop singer Jonathan Knight (New Kids on the Block) is 53 years old. Rock musician Martin Carr (Boo Radleys) is 53 years old. Actress Jennifer Elise Cox is 52 years old. Baseball Hall of Fame member Mariano Rivera is 52 years old. Actor Larry Joe Campbell is 51 years old. Rock musician Frank Delgado (Deftones) is 51 years old. Actor Paola Turb ay is 51 years old. Contemporary Christian singer Crowder is 50 years old. Actor Gena Lee Nolin is 50 years old. Actor Brian Baumgartner is 49 years old. Actor Julian Ovenden is 46 years old. Actor Anna (AH’-nuh) Faris is 45 years old. Gospel singer James Fortune is 44 years old. Actor Lauren German is 43 years old. Rapper The Game is 42 years old. Actress Janina Gavankar is 41 years old. Rock musician Ringo Garza is 40 years old. Actor-comedian John Milhiser is 40 years old. Actor Lucas Black is 39 years old. Actor Diego Boneta is 31 years old. Actor Lovie Simone (TV: “Greenleaf”) is 23 years old.

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