Rupert Stroud – a unique British singer/songwriter whose outstanding beat-driven sound has seen him share a live stage with the likes of Texas, James Blunt, JP Cooper, Little Comets, garner radio claim from names including Dermot O’Leary, Alex Lester and Janice Forsyth and shoot to No11 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart with his last EP. Now the Yorkshire boy is back with probably his best work to date as he releases his new Single/EP ‘Heart & Soul’ on 28 July. As an ambassador for Alzheimer’s Research UK, Rupert is also a well-known media campaigning voice, appearing to over 200 million people through an Al Jazeera International News broadcast on ‘Inside Story’, as well as featuring in The Guardian. A voice of campaigning substance, a heart that shines with hope and a lyrical and vocal ability that’s so unique it moves mountains – Rupert Stroud is back with his best sound ever!
The EP ‘Heart and Soul’ is a generous 6-track mini offering, born from Rupert’s newly created DIY studio in Leeds, a freshly built space which gave him a creative awakening and full control and liberation of his own music, on his own label, Xidus Music. The EP is a musical canvass, with Rupert’s life-experiences soaking into the very fabric of his creative process as he draws influences from his day-to-day life. It exposes how main stream media, and humans in general, focus on the bad in life – cutting out the good. ‘Heart & Soul’ is a tempting-taster of what we can expect from the forthcoming album from this UK artist. Bolder, more aware and seeing life through wiser eyes, this sound takes on a mature perspective and observation from Mr Stroud.
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On June 22, 2013, Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, and more stars and filmmakers from The Lone Ranger walked the red carpet for the film's world premiere at the Disney California Adventure theme park.
Also appearing at the event from the film were Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, William Fichtner, Barry Pepper, James Badge Dale, Ruth Wilson, Damon Herriman, Matt O'Leary, JD Cullum, Harry Treadaway, Bryant Prince, Mason Cook, Saginaw Grant, Joaquin Cosio, and Robert Baker along with filmmakers Jerry Bruckheimer (producer), Gore Verbinski (director/producer), Justin Haythe (screenwriter), Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio (executive producers/screenwriters), Mike Stenson, Chad Oman, Eric Ellenbogen, Eric McLeod (executive producers), Craig Wood, James Haygood (editors), Bojan Bazelli (DP), Hans Zimmer (composer), Penny Rose (costume designer), and Joel Harlow (makeup).
Special celebrity guests included Andy Garcia, Emma Roberts, Marg Helgenberger, Joely Fisher, Dominic Monaghan, Joey King, Laura Marano, Bellamy Young, Cal Ripken, Corbin Bleu, Kylie Bunbury, Sharna Burgess, Cheryl Burke, Dove Cameron, Charisma Carpenter, Guillermo Diaz, Derek Hough, Vanessa Marano, Steven R. McQueen, Lana Parrilla, Tyler Posey, Lisa Rinna, Karina Smirnoff, Leah Thompson, and many more.
Parody of "Top Gun" in which a talented but unstable fighter pilot must overcome the ghosts of his father and save a mission sabotaged by greedy weapons manufacturers.
Topper Harley, a top gun fighter pilot, is recalled to serve on the SS Essess. Topper's mission is to destroy Saddam Hussein's nuclear plants. Unfortunately, Topper is psychologically imbalanced and is sure to crack under pressure.
Charlie Sheen ...
Lt. Topper Harley / Rhett Butler / Superman
Cary Elwes ...
Lt. Kent Gregory
Valeria Golino ...
Ramada Thompson / Scarlett O'Hara / Lois Lane
Lloyd Bridges ...
Adm. Thomas 'Tug' Benson
Kevin Dunn ...
Lt. Cmdr. James Block
Jon Cryer ...
Jim 'Wash Out' Pfaffenbach
William O'Leary ...
Pete 'Dead Meat' Thompson
Kristy Swanson ...
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ...
Bill Irwin ...
Heidi Swedberg ...
Bruce A. Young ...
Ryan Stiles ...
Rino Thunder ...
Owatonna 'The Old One'
Mark Arnott ...
Hot Shots! (1991)
Showing all 11 filming locations
300 S Hope St, Los Angeles, California, USA
(jet flying through downtown L.A.)
Downtown, Los Angeles, California, USA
Civilian Flight Test Center, Mojave Airport - 1434 Flightline Street, Mojave, California, USA
Hollywood Forever Cemetery - 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Los Angeles, California, USA
March Air Force Base, Riverside, California, USA
(Air Force Base- now is March Air Reserve Base)
Red Rock Canyon, California, USA
(airspace above: aerial photography)
Ridgecrest, California, USA
(airspace above: aerial photography)
San Diego, California, USA
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So, it may not be the 4-Part Epic of SMiLE mixes I originally planned last year...but here's my second take on Brian's Masterpiece.
My goal for this mix was to make something similar to what SMiLE might've been like in '67. This meant trimming a lot of the fat, namely most of the smaller "filler" tracks like Barnyard, I'm in Great Shape and the like, while focusing on the core tracks. This also meant abandoning one of the 3 suites to create a more traditional 2-sided LP.
The Elements, being the most incomplete suite, didn't make the cut. Instead, I placed Fire and Vega-Tables into the Americana suite (representing the destruction of the Native Americans and rebirth of the land under European control) and Wind Chimes and Second Day being placed with the Innocent tracks on Side 2.
I switched up the "traditional" order of the tracks so that they'd flow better. Frankly, Brian never settled on an order until 2003 so I'd like to see more SMiLE mixes take a risk in this regard. I tried to find a balance between what Van Dyke said the album originally was (12 simple, stand-alone tracks) and Brian's experimental modular approach. There's no telling which style the album would've gone with, and in all honesty it probably would've been a little of both, so I think either way is valid. The way it worked out for me was, Side 1 tended to be more of the former and Side 2 the latter. This was unintentional but kind of a happy accident because it gave each side its own unique vibe.
So, for side one:
Our Prayer/Heroes and Villains-- I tried to keep Heroes around 3 minutes, as I feel Brian would have. A problem I have with a lot of H&V mixes is they're simply too long to the point they overstay their welcome, and I didn't want to fall down the same trap again this time.
Cabin Essence-- I fixed up the ending from my last mix so it's a little smoother.
Do You Like Worms-- Added some of the outtakes from the sessions back in. There's at least one verse intended for the song that was never recorded ("Oh once upon a sandwich isle...") so I guess I wanted to make room for where it could fit.
Mrs. O'Leary's Cow-- I added in the fire crackling outtakes from Disk 4 on a loop in the background. Since I amplified them a bit, this created a kind of weird echo effect which I guess people will either love or hate. Personally, I think it emphasizes the scale of the fire.
Vega-Tables-- Begins with the ballad insert, as a sort of lament for the destruction of the fire. I used the single mix, but restored the piano intro (why it was ever removed at all is beyond me.) Then we segway back into a reprise of Heroes and Villains to end the Americana Suite, and Side 1.
All audio is taken from the boxset, the pictures were made by me.
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Dr. James D. Sterling began private practice soon after obtaining his Doctor of Philosophy in psychology from the University of Chicago. Today, through his New York Center for Psychotherapy, Dr. James D. Sterling is able to leverage the many relationships he has been fortunate to make through the years in order to increase care for his clients.
In addition to being a respected family and marital therapist, Dr. James D. Sterling serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Recently, Dr. James D. Sterling spoke with Interviewing Experts Blog about the other specialists he works with to provide the highest quality care for New York residents who need it.
Interviewing Experts: You’ve been on the faculty at Mt. Sinai for a while. Tell us about your position there.
Dr. James D. Sterling: I’ve been an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai since 2000 before that I was a clinical instructor in the same department. Prior to that, I was a clinical instructor at Metropolitan Hospital in New York in the Department of Psychiatry.
Interviewing Experts: How has this enhanced your practice?
Dr. James D. Sterling: In part, my work as a clinical instructor helps me educate others, but I find I actually learn from my students as well. And it also helps me to be able to make connections that help my clients. In addition regular weekly meetings with faculty lead by Dr. Hillel Swiller provided the opportunity a stimulating opportunity to exchange ideas with other professionals.
Interviewing Experts: Because of this, you have connections at Mount Sinai. How does this help you serve your clients better?
Dr. James D. Sterling: Mount Sinai has one of the outstanding psychiatry departments in the country, with revolutionary research into emotional and mental disorders and autism. Having access to the excellent specialists at Mount Sinai allows me to refer patients who need extremely specialized care.
Interviewing Experts: We often send clients to physicians in particular medical specialties at New York Cornell Medical Center like Dr. David Blumenthal in Cardiology and Dr. Frank Petito in neurology and Patrick O’Leary in Orthopedics and Edward Muecke in urology to get the specialized care they need.
Interviewing Experts: You also have connections at NYU. Can you tell us a little about how those connections help your practice?
Dr. James D. Sterling: NYU’s Langone Medical Center has a focus on addiction, brain aging, schizophrenia, trauma, and obesity. This emphasis gives the center a specialty that comes in useful when we have a client who needs assistance in this particular area.
Interviewing Experts: The hospital also does extensive neuroscience research…
Dr. James D. Sterling: Yes. NYU has the Center for Neural Science, which delves into the relationship between the brain’s physiological makeup and a variety of psychological issues.
Interviewing Experts: What are some of your other connections in New York?
Dr. James D. Sterling: Columbia University is another valuable referral source for the New York Center for Psychotherapy.
Interviewing Experts: And I know that Columbia is known for its innovative research, as well.
Dr. James D. Sterling: Absolutely! Columbia Psychiatry has a large faculty that includes some of the premier neuroscientists of our time.
Interviewing Experts: Columbia has a large psychiatric hospital, doesn’t it?
Dr. James D. Sterling: Yes, and one of the many features at Columbia University is a child psychiatric clinic. This is a newly renovated clinic, with doctors specializing in child psychiatry.
Interviewing Experts: Since New York Center for Psychotherapy specializes in family and marital care, do you find you often refer clients?
Dr. James D. Sterling: Yes often. While we work with our clients to improve communication and intimacy in relationships, sometimes there are issues that impact the individuals in a relationship.
Dr. James D. Sterling practices at the New York Center for Psychotherapy on Park Avenue in New York, where he serves as Director.
Secrets pervade Navy Lt. Barbara O’Leary’s life. Who is her biological father? What caused her beautiful and troubled birth mother’s death? How did Barbara help her mentor outmaneuver a corporate rival? Why did she accept the assignment to Chad and that dangerous journey through a civil war? These personal and professional secrets, buried throughout her life, collide as Barbara moves between her quests for personal fulfillment and success in her professional career. Powerful psychological forces are difficult to keep in check, and they threaten to ruin what she wants to accomplish. In her personal life—the one her superiors must not learn of—Barbara continually battles her secret urges. Accomplished, gutsy, and intelligent, she is drawn into an ever-widening vortex of secrets that culminates in a secret mission executed during a civil war in Chad. It tests not only the young officer’s cunning, but her raw courage. In her war between undercover triumphs and under-the-covers transgressions, Barbara must step gingerly to save her career, her reputation, and possibly her life.
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La forsennata caccia all'inafferrabile ghianda da parte di Scrat, iniziata nella notte dei tempi, ha delle conseguenze sconvolgenti per il mondo intero: un cataclisma continentale che sfocia in un'avventura grandiosa per Manny, Diego e Sid. Durante le loro peripezie, Sid ritrova la bisbetica nonna e il branco incontra una combriccola di pirati assortiti decisi a impedire loro di tornare a casa.
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Ice Age: Continental Drift hits theaters on July 13th, 2012.
Cast: Ray Romano, Queen Latifah, John Leguizamo, Denis Leary, Wanda Sykes, Josh Peck, Jeremy Renner, Jennifer Lopez, Aziz Ansari, Keke Palmer, Drake, Seann William Scott, Nicki Minaj, Nick Frost, Heather Morris, Alan Tudyk, Kunal Nayyar, Rebel Wilson
Scrat's nutty pursuit of the cursed acorn, which he's been after since the dawn of time, has world-changing consequences - a continental cataclysm that triggers the greatest adventure of all for Manny, Diego and Sid. In the wake of these upheavals, Sid reunites with his cantankerous Granny, and the herd encounters a ragtag menagerie of seafaring pirates determined to stop them from returning home.
Ice Age: Continental Drift trailer courtesy 20th Century Fox.
One of filmdom’s most beloved trios – “Ice Age’s” Manny, Diego, and Sid – embark upon their greatest adventure after cataclysm sets an entire continent adrift. Separated from the rest of the herd, they use an iceberg as a makeshift ship, which launches them on an epic seafaring quest. Manny and the gang are challenged like never before to become heroes and do the impossible, as they encounter exotic sea creatures, explore a brave new world, and battle ruthless pirates. Scrat’s reunion with his beloved but cursed acorn catapults him to places no prehistoric squirrel has gone before.