Moore and directed by Jeffrey Reiner Paquin will play Sarah, a policewoman living in the future who shares headspace with George, played by Terrence Howard, a brilliant game designer, as each pursue violent killers whose plans could have shattering consequences.
In a race against time, sharing a bond that no one else can see, they learn the very thing that connects them can also destroy them.
Under the headline, "Promising Oasis Yields Only a 'Lot of Boloney'" (Jan.
He sees a customer receiving a package and assumes it's illicit booze, but the proprietor tells him it was only "half a pound of bologna." The man doesn't believe it: "Finally, his face a picture of melancholy and his head bent low, he shuffled out, muttering something about 'a lot of boloney.'" That implies , as it quickly circulated in its now-familiar meaning.
(See, for instance, Barry Popik's website, which dates the saying "No matter how thin you slice it, it's still baloney" to 1926.) Much as we saw with .
“We went to this little Italian town called Monte di Procida where I’d shot a film several years ago and became very good friends with the owner of the Al Chiar di Luna hotel,” says Sean, who, as author of The Modern Gentleman: Cooking and Entertaining with Sean Kanan, knows a thing or two about throwing a memorable party.
“We had a beautiful wedding overlooking the Mediterranean. Then we went to Sicily for our honeymoon.” “I ended up wearing, like, six different dresses,” says Michele a producer-director whose big-screen credits include 2011’s My Trip to the Dark Side.
Founded in 1896, Raven’s Claw is Dickinson’s oldest men’s honorary society that, each year, taps seven rising seniors for membership.
Through their involvement with the society, members provide positive leadership on campus, become involved in service projects and participate in alumni networking events.
Unfortunately, it's the audio equivalent of blink-and-you'll-miss-it.
Enter editorial trickery, via Bryan Burk, one of producers on . I don’t know about you, but it gives me the feels, knowing that Obi-Wan is still out there as a Force ghost.
The hat societies are steeped in tradition and, occasionally, secrecy.