|Benedict Cumberbatch Leads Weinstein's 'Imitation Game' Into Oscar Fray|
... with a lot of buzz — having Sherlock's newly minted Emmy winner Benedict Cumberbatch as its star and marketing maven Harvey Weinstein's Weinstein Co. as its distributor certainly didn't hurt — but it will be leaving here with even more, thanks to ...
Yahoo News - Sun, 31 Aug 2014 04:37
ALAMOSA — Gospel singing with Sonny and Arlene McAdams and Tony and Angie Werner with a benefit dinner to follow will begin at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 24, at College Heights ..... ALAMOSA — If there is a member of your family, or a family you know ...
Valley Courier - Fri, 22 Aug 2014 22:03
|The Future of Commercial Art Galleries, Part Two|
So I think they discuss the syndrome. Look! You will lose people in this system. There is always turnover. A lot of .... I was with Gordon VeneKlasen who works with Michael Werner. He was telling me about Instagram some weeks ago. He said he was the ...
artnet News - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 08:55
|There's Herzogian humor to the eco doc The Expedition To The End Of The World|
The Expedition To The End Of The World courses with the zeal of Robert Flaherty, the fearlessness of Werner Herzog, and the fatalistic humor of Lars Von Trier. While individual moments echo with a familiarly mordant sense of ... The sights encountered ...
A.V. Club DC - Mon, 18 Aug 2014 22:10
|Arrested Development: The Girls Who Never Seem to Age|
“She literally is the Fountain of Youth,” her father, Howard Greenberg, said. Walker was immediately intrigued. He had heard of other genetic diseases, such as progeria and Werner syndrome, which cause premature aging in children and adults respectively.
Pacific Standard - Thu, 07 Aug 2014 14:00
|Andropause proof that aging men experience hormone changes, too|
Television commercials touting drugs to treat low testosterone (low-T) or erectile dysfunction are hard to avoid these days. And with Time magazine's Aug. 18 cover story “Manopause” addressing the booming low-T industry, the issue of hormonal changes ...
Pueblo Chieftain - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 03:07
|Evotec teams with Shire on Fabry's disease as pharma interest in orphans grows|
Shire, with a portfolio of treatments for orphan diseases like Fabry's and Hunter syndrome, is one of the “most prominent strategic players” in rare diseases, Evotec CEO Werner Lanthaler said in a conference call yesterday. However, “large pharma is ...
OutSourcing-Pharma.com - Wed, 13 Aug 2014 04:01
|Executed review – a tacky documentary that sold its subject short|
Channel 4 aired Werner Herzog's Death Row in 2012, which saw the filmmaker interviewing convicted killers awaiting execution in the US. Herzog did his work with remarkable restraint, allowing viewers to draw their own conclusions, despite ... Becky ...
The Guardian - Tue, 12 Aug 2014 22:00
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