Alice T. Chan, the Staged Home Lifestyle Expert takes you shopping for home staging props at one of her favorite stores, TJ Maxx, and offers tips on what you can do with some of the items she finds and how you can use it to stage your own home.
Stage-Prop Lunar Modules Were Used in The Nevada Fake Moon Bay.
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Apollo 14: Mission to Fra Mauro (1971)
Apollo 12: Pinpoint for Science (1970)
Apollo 14 Video Library
Journal Text: 118:35:50
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Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67 - I. Allegro con brio
NASA did redacted editing & cleaning up of the text, to cover what they really said in the written records of the Astronaut's conversations.
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the shadow plays in northwest China's Shaanxi province keep the form of story telling. It is the predecessor of the many existing local operas.
Simple figures and exquisite handicraft are its two features. People draw lines to depict the general figure. Most part of the figures is pierced, with the non-pierced part serving as complementary to each other. For different parts, the figure, stage prop and background, different patterns are used. The play looks beautiful for each detailed part and general design. They look elaborated without too much complexity, simple without being empty.
In the Fake Moon-Set-Studio Bay, when the Astronauts went inside the Fake Lunar Module Stage-Prop, the over-head support wires from the ceiling were not able to take all the heavy weight of the Astronauts spacesuits and backpack for them. The Astronauts had to Hook themselves onto a roof attachment inside the Fake Stage-Prop Lunar Module, so all of their extra weight was supported for them, so they were able to stand. The Astronauts were only pretending to be on the Moon, and were not actually in the lighter weight of one-sixth gravity. The Astronauts were only able to leap and jump around in their heavy spacesuits and backpack, with the aid of over-head wire attachment supports from the ceiling.
Astronaut John says at :31 "Charlie why don't you let me get them, let me clean you off, you go up in there(Inside the Fake Lunar Module Stage-Prop) Hook-on and let me just carry those things upstairs." Astronaut Charlie tries to cover up what John said by saying at :37 "Hook-on to what? Astronaut John replies, "Hook-on to the up, upstairs." Charlie replies "I'm not going to Hook-on to anything up there, I'm gonna stand there and wait on you."
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Apollo 16 Video Library
Journal Text: 149:43:15 RealVideo Clip: (1 minute 46 seconds)
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Alice T. Chan, the Staged Home Lifestyle Expert shows you how to create two simple staging scenes using home staging props available at TJ Maxx.
1982 and the worlds loudest rock band, Spinal Tap, are about to embark on their biggest world tour to date. Along for the ride is film-maker and fan Marti DiBergi (Rob Reiner), there to make a behind-the-scenes tribute to his favourite heavy metal band. However instead of a celebrating the genius of the musicians behind such classics as Big Bottom and Hell Hole, the documentary captures the cracks as they begin to appear for this band whose time has come and now appears to have gone again. Whilst the tour turns out to be not the sell-out they had hoped for, the bands hapless manager Ian Faith (Tony Hendra) unwittingly orchestrates a cacophony of errors: stage props malfunctions, miniature sets and an all-black album cover to replace one that the record company deemed too offensive to women: Whats wrong with being sexy? The final straw however might just prove to be the interference of guitarist David St. Hubbinss girlfriend Janine in the bands business affairs, shutting out childhood friend and co-lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel. With a camera recording all the chaos, the archetypal portrait of a band in crisis is born.