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Nelly Furtado Drops New Music Video For Single ‘Pipe Dreams’

  • ET Canada
Nelly Furtado is back with new music and a new video for latest single “Pipe Dreams”. “Pipe Dreams” will be a part of her new album, ‘The Ride’, which won’t be officially released until March 21, 2017. Related: New Nelly Furtado Album ‘The Ride’ Gets Official Release Date The Canadian singer tweeted her excitement about the new […]
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Nelly Furtado Continues Comeback With New Track ‘Pipe Dreams’

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Nelly Furtado is about to take you for a “Ride”. Related: Nelly Furtado Drops Stripped Down Cover Of ‘Too Good’ The Canadian singer just released the second single off her upcoming album “The Ride”, a smooth and dreamy track called “Pipe Dreams”. The upcoming studio album will be her first in four years! Furtado, 37, also […]
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Saved By The Bell: life lessons from its special episodes

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In its special episodes, Saved By The Bell wasn't afraid to get real. Or kill ducks. All together now, "I'm so excited! I'm so excited!..."

Saved By The Bell wasn't just Zack and Slater having a dance off. Yes it was. However, the show also tried its hand at a number of 'very special episodes'. These typically featured problems encountered by all teens at some point, like drinking half a can of beer, dead ducks, and getting off your tits on Pro Plus.

I grew up watching Saved By The Bell, and thanks to its teachings I am a well adjusted individual. Not like those weirdos who only ever make one joke about how they're a bit odd, and everything they ever write is a rubbish variation of that joke mixed in with jokes about Bungle.

Let's have a look at how Zack, Josh, Twinkie and Billy
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'Glee' Star Mark Salling Arrested for Possession of Child Porn

'Glee' Star Mark Salling Arrested for Possession of Child Porn
A former Glee star is being rocked by scandal today, as actor and singer Mark Salling was arrested for suspicion of possessing child pornography. The 33 year-old, who is best known as brash high school football player Noah "Puck" Puckerman on the Fox musical comedy series, was taken into custody on Tuesday, December 29 by the Los Angeles Police Department in the Sunland Neighborhood where he lives.

The actor was brought to a downtown Los Angeles jail after officers served a search warrant for Internet possession of child pornography. Lapd spokeswoman Liliana Preciado says she has no further information on the case. It is being turned over to prosecutors to decided whether formal charges will be brought against the actor. TMZ reports that Los Angeles Police Department's Crimes Against Children Task Force searched Mark Salling's personal home computer and found 100s of illegal images. This has not been confirmed by any law enforcement officials.
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Movie Poster of the Week: The Posters of Robert Tanenbaum

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Above: Pipe Dreams (1976).

While searching for something to post on Movie Poster of the Day on Christmas Eve, I took a look at the poster for Bob Clark’s A Christmas Story, which I hadn’t paid much attention to before. On closer inspection I recognized it as a pretty perfect pastiche of Norman Rockwell, with its meticulous depiction of a domestic scene in medias res, and down to its details like its circular frame within a frame, its white background, and the parallel black lines mimicking the Saturday Evening Post masthead.

The association with, or subversion of, America’s favorite purveyor of whimsical Americana makes perfect sense in light of the poster’s tagline about the "Original, Traditional, One-Hundred-Percent, Red-Blooded, Two-Fisted, All-American Christmas” and the artist, Robert Tanenbaum, even took his parody a step further by signing his illustration in the style of Rockwell’s trademark stenciled signature.

Once
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Stephen Wallem Will Bring A Burley Night Music to Birdland Tonight

Birdland Jazz Club NYC, presents Stephen Wallem in 'A Burley Night Music' the concert, with direction by Tony-nominee John Tartaglia and musical direction by Beckie Menzie, is a musical and anecdotal retrospective of a very high voice trapped in a very large body. Featuring song from Wallem's big andor 'simple' guy roles including Shrek in Shrek the musical, Hazel in Pipe Dreams, and Horton the Elephant in Seussical, as well as songs from Hairspray, Elf, Anna Nicole the Opera, The Land Before Time and The Addams Family, all celebrating the big-boned beauty of Broadway and Hollywood. Directed by Tony-nominee John Tartaglia, with original songs, a three-piece band and surprise celebrity guest appearances.
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Let's Rank the 'Saved By the Bell' Very Special Episodes (Video)

One of the most classic teen shows of all time, "Saved By the Bell," is about to celebrate its 25th anniversary. The series premiered back in August of 1989 and if you were a child of the '90s with a TV, we're willing to be bet this program made some sort of an impact on you.

Sure, "Saved By the Bell" brought us plenty of laughs and outrageous (almost surreal) moments, but it was also filled with life lessons we'll remember forever. These more serious messages came in the form of what could be described as "very special episodes" -- the ones that serve a moral purpose so the youth of America is entertained and better off because of it. It's just that sometimes these episodes were also just as weird and wacky as the non-serious subject ones, but that's what made "Saved By the Bell" so ... very special.

Let's
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Gerry Goffin, Carole King's Ex-Husband, Dies at 75

Gerry Goffin, a prolific and multi-dimensional lyricist who with his then-wife and songwriting partner Carole King wrote such hits as "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," ''(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," ''Up on the Roof" and "The Loco-Motion," died early Thursday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 75. His wife, Michelle Goffin, confirmed his death. Goffin, who married King in 1959, penned more than 50 top 40 hits, including "Pleasant Valley Sunday" for the Monkees, "Some Kind of Wonderful" for the Drifters and "Take Good Care of My Baby" by Bobby Vee. Goffin was able to pen jokey lyrics or achingly sad ones,
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Lyricist Gerry Goffin, Carole King's Ex-Husband, Dies At 75

Gerry Goffin, the esteemed songwriter and former husband and collaborator of Carole King, died on Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 75.

Gerry Goffin Dies

Goffin’s death was confirmed by his wife Michelle Goffin to People.

Goffin and King worked together to create a number of classic hits in the late 50s and early 60s, including “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” “Up on the Roof,” “One Fine Day” and “The Loco-Motion.” After the pair split in 1968, Goffin continued writing hits like “Savin’ All My Love for You” for Whitney Houston, “Miss You Like Crazy” by Natalie Cole and “It’s Not the Spotlight,” which was recorded by Rod Stewart.

“I am deeply blessed to have had a father who could so easily make the world laugh and cry with just a spiral notebook and a pen,” said Goffin and King’s daughter Louise Goffin.

In 1975, Goffin was nominated for an
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Volt 9000: 'Conopoly' – CD Review

  • FEARnet
Inspired by old-school electronic music, '80s video games, cartoons and other retro fantasies, Canadian duo Volt 9000 (alias Cory Gorski & Andrew Dobbels ) blend analog post-industrial experimentation with club-worthy beats, pop melodies and moody vocals, sometimes sprinkling the concoction with vintage movie & game samples and glitchy 8-bit accents; the end product is often a nostalgic freestyle for fans of classic gaming, synth sci-fi & horror soundtracks, and '80s & '90s pop culture, and has resonated well with fans of Skinny Puppy and Front Line Assembly (both of whom have new work out this year, by the way) and other landmark industrial acts. That style served the team well on their first albums Retrogenesis and Atomica, but for their third full-length release Conopoly, which drops tomorrow from Artoffact Records, the band focus their retro-futuristic powers on a much darker theme – namely a creepy near-future dystopia with roots in today's hot-button headlines. The
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Tiff 2012. Wavelengths Preview: Part One - The Shorts

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September is here again, and it's time to delve into the cinematic bounty of the Wavelengths section of the Toronto International Film Festival, that rambunctious and idiosyncratic corner of the Reitman Machine largely cordoned off from commercial concerns and set aside for lovely and sometimes difficult film art. Despite the ever-changing profile of Tiff, stalwart programmer Andréa Picard has [cue needle-scratching-record sound] What? Yes, last year at this time, the avant-garde community thought we were seeing Ms. Picard leaving this position behind. Fortunately for us all, Tiff won her back.

And this is where things get interesting. Starting with this 2012 edition of the festival, the Wavelengths section is a much more broadly based, festival-wide category. In essence, it now subsumes the old Visions designation, which was Tiff’s home for formally challenging, feature-length arthouse fare. This merger, which may seem like a bit of a shotgun wedding to some, does in fact make sense.
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Toronto International Film Festival 2012 Lineup

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Above: Ernie Gehr's Auto-Collider Xv.

The vast bulk of Tiff's 2012 has been announced and listed here, below. We'll be updating the lineup with the previous films announced, as well as updating links to specific films for more information on them in the coming days. Of particular note is that the Wavelengths and Visions programs have been combined to create what is undoubtedly the most interesting section of the festival. Stay tuned, too, for our own on the ground coverage of Tiff.

Galas

A Royal Affair (Nikolai Arcel, Demark/Sweden/Czech Republic/Germany)

Argo (Ben Affleck, USA)

The Company You Keep (Robert Redford, USA)

Dangerous Liaisons (Hur Jin-ho, China)

Emperor (Peter Webber, Japan/USA)

English Vinglish (Gauri Shinde, India)

Free Angela & All Political Prisoners (Shola Lynch)

Great Expectations (Mike Newell, UK)

Hyde Park on Hudson (Roger Michell, UK)

Inescapable (Ruba Nadda, Canada)

Jayne Mansfield's Car (Billy Bob Thorton, USA/Russia)

Looper (Rian Johnson,
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Tiff 2012: The New Wavelengths Section Includes: Tsangari, Carlos Reygadas, Wang Bing and Blake Williams

By merging the former Visions into the Wavelengths section, Cameron Bailey has essentially made a new incontournable programme. Headed by Andréa Picard, the section which at a time was populated by medium to short run times now includes some of the bigger names in innovative feature film filmmaking who have no qualms about bending the medium. This year the sections includes long, medium and short length works from the likes of Ben Rivers, Athina Rachel Tsangari, Carlos Reygadas (pic of his controversial Post Tenebras Lux above), Wang Bing, Mati Diop (actress from Claire Denis and Antonio Campos films) and our very own writer Blake Williams who makes it two for two at Tiff with Many a Swan – he previously had Coorow-Latham Road programmed last year. Here’s the complete A to Z listing and well-worth reading descriptions.

Pairings

The Capsule Athina Rachel Tsangari, Greece, 37’ A bevy of gorgeous Gothic
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8 Short Docs & 63 Foreign Films Advance Toward Oscar

Ethan McCord's request to see a mental health professional after a terrible scene of carnage from which he rescued two children, was ridiculed by his superior officer. "Incident in New Baghdad"AMPAS has announced the documentary short finalists, eight of them to be precise which will then be whittled down to five, four or three lucky nominees, so as to make either three, four, or five of these finalists feel like absolute shite on Tuesday January 24th.

The Finalists (links go to official sites if we could find)

The Barber of Birmingham: Foot Soldier of the Civil Rights Movement

(civil rights doc about a barber and barbershop which was a civil rights hub) God Is the Bigger Elvis

(37 minutes) In Tahrir Square: 18 Days of Egypt’s Unfinished Revolution

(38 minutes) Incident in New Baghdad

(Iraq War and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Pipe Dreams

(Environmental doc about a tar pipeline set to
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Cool New Geek T-Shirts: Mario Pipe Dreams, Alien Operation and Han Solo's Blaster?!

Some of these T-Shirts are going to be holiday gifts! Here's a up close look.

Pipe Dreams also happen in the mushroom kingdom.

This alien operation clearly went wrong somewhere.

“Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side kid." - Han Solo

Hope you like them! Click here to order!

Source: 604republic.com (http://www.604republic.com/)
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Glee's Mark Salling Talks Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith's Exit—Is Puck Next?

Glee's Mark Salling Talks Lea Michele, Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith's Exit—Is Puck Next?
By now you know that the upcoming third season of Glee will be the last for Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith and Lea Michele. And while Gleeks everywhere mourn the loss of three of McKinley High's most talented vocalists, we asked castmate Mark Salling: Is Puck graduating too? "I have no idea," Salling recently told us at his Guess? store Pipe Dreams CD signing in Hollywood. "I'm the last to know...I'm just grateful to be there and have a job and be around as long as they need me to be and want me to be." The 29-year-old singer says he'll definitely miss the talented trio after their departure from the series. "I mean, we've kind of become like a family," he...
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Gwyneth Paltrow To Duet With Matthew Morrison On His Debut Album

The 'Country Strong' star and the 'Glee' actor have recorded a version of 'Over the Rainbow' for his upcoming release.

By Aly Semigran

Gwyneth Paltrow and Matt Morrison

Photo: Getty/ Michael Tran

Holly Holliday will be making sweet music with Will Schuester once more. Translating from Gleek speak, Oscar-winning actress-turned-singing staple Gwyneth Paltrow will be crooning yet another number with Matthew Morrison.

Entertainment Weekly reports that Paltrow will appear on Morrison's upcoming solo album, which is due out on May 10. On "Glee," recurring guest Paltrow — who plays flaky substitute teacher Holliday — has covered Fleetwood Mac's "Landslide," Cee Lo Green's "Forget You" and Prince's "Kiss," the latter of which she performed with Morrison's Mr. Schue.

Now, the Golden Globe-nominated Morrison is having the "Country Strong" star help him out on his debut record, on a tune that's become almost synonymous with his "Glee" character: "Over the Rainbow." As Morrison told EW,
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'Parks and Recreation': Let's hear it for Pawnee, the town for weirdos who care

'Parks and Recreation': Let's hear it for Pawnee, the town for weirdos who care
Remember how the producers and stars of Sex and the City always talked about how New York City was the show’s secret fifth main character? Well, tonight I realized that Pawnee, Indiana itself is Parks and Recreation’s secret weapon — and that the show wouldn’t work nearly as well if it were set in a less wonderfully quirky place.

Don’t believe me? Then watch the town hall scene from tonight’s episode again. Every time Parks and Rec ventures beyond City Hall, the show reminds us that we’re not watching a comedy about a group of
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'Glee's' Lea Michele on Super Bowl episode, music career: 'Album is something I'd like to do in the future'

Lea Michele knows many Gleeks are waiting for a solo album from her, but she says it won't happen anytime soon.

"I'm so focused on the show right now," Michele tells Zap2it. "A film is definitely something I'd like to do with any spare time I have, but I'm beyond satisfied being in the recording studio for 'Glee' and getting to work with our music producer, Adam Anders. That itch is being scratched at this point."

The Broadway veteran now known to millions as high-school vocal powerhouse Rachel Berry on Fox's Tuesday hit "Glee" remains immersed in the series, including the post-Super Bowl episode that's now being filmed to air Sunday, Feb. 6. Expect to see her team with castmate Mark Salling ("Puck") on Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" during the highly anticipated show.

Salling has released an album ("Pipe Dreams"), and one is forthcoming from co-star Matthew Morrison.
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Interview: Director Lena Dunham Arranges Her ‘Tiny Furniture’

Chicago – The coming-of-age film has evolved over the years, from Andy Hardy to “Splendor in the Grass” to “The Graduate,” up through “American Pie.” Filmmaker Lena Dunham offers her own post-collegiate transition narrative, in the archly realistic and perversely funny “Tiny Furniture.”

Dunham wrote and directed the film, and also stars as Aura, a newly minted film theory degree holder. She comes back to New York City and her mother’s Tribeca art studio, where the specialty is notable photo imagery of yes, tiny furniture, set against larger objects like the high-heeled feet of Aura’s sister. Aimless and clueless, Aura begins a series of relationships which includes a slightly warped childhood friend, a homeless comedy writer that she allows to stay at the studio and a co-worker at the small restaurant where she temporarily is employed as a hostess.

Lena Dunham as Aura Among the Title Decor in ‘Tiny Furniture
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