Boxboarders! is a 2007 independent comedy film written and directed by Rob Hedden and starring, among others, Marieh Delfino, Melora Hardin, Dale Midkiff, Michelle Pierce and The Lizardman. Imagine a refrigerator box with a pair of skateboards duct-taped onto it, no brakes and no rules, you will find the inspiration behind the ground-breaking sport of boxboarding. After a few test-runs on their new creation, the underdog duo of James and Ty capture the attention of a local TV news crew, this becoming an instant hit at their high school. Seeing the potential for marketing the boxboards, the teens create a high-stakes competition where the winner will secure all rights to what might be the next hula-hoop. Joined by crazy parents, stuck up beach girls, obnoxious brothers and a group of rich kids trying to steal their idea... not to mention a Space Vampire and a Lizard Man... the film captures a race that gives new meaning to the word absurd. James Immekus as Ty Neptune Austin Basis as James James Michelle Pierce as Tara Rockwell Mitch Eakins as Alexander Keene Introducing Michelle Alexis as Stephanie McCoy Stephen Tobolowsky as Dr. Stephen James Andy Hedden as Terry'Zazu' Neptune Hudson Thames as Rick James Melora Hardin as Ruth Keene Christopher Cass as William Keene III Kitty Swink as Ginger James Julie Brown as Anny Neptune Jana Kramer as Victoria Marieh Delfino as Cambria Rockwell Douglas Rowe as Doug McCoy Ty Segall as Sheldon Josh Duhon as Jason Shane Edelman as Security Guard Bob Troy MacDonald as Surf Rat #1 Corey Hedden as Surf Rat #2 Ezra Buzzington as Zoltar and Dale Midkiff as Bruce Rockwell Boxboarders! on IMDb Boxboarders! at Rotten Tomatoes
Moisés Canelo, is the pseudonym of Moisés Canelas Withol, a Honduran singer and songwriter of international recognition. Moisés Canelas Withol, was born on July 9, 1950 in the village of Francia, of the municipality of Limón, department of Colón in the republic of Honduras; because he was small, Moisés distinguished himself when he was young by singing in the banana fields of Coyoles Central. While in primary school at the Escuela Francisco Morazán in La Ceiba, he built on this foundation acting and singing on stage. Moisés demonstrated artistic aptitude as a singer from age eight; as a teenager looking for ways to earn money singing, he joined the Banda Los Robbin´s of La Ceiba along with his childhood friend Ricardo Pereira. He performed in the group Happy Boy's in Tela, where he wrote his first hit song, Noche de luna en La Ceiba. After recording their first single in the seventies, Moisés and the group became famous in Honduras and were invited to make musical tours, including his first international tour to the United States.
A Nicaraguan recording firm invited him to record an LP alone. He accepted the recording was made in Panama. Moisés Canelo's song "Yo también soy sentimental" from this recording was heard on Central American radios in the seventies and early eighties. Another record label followed, this time, he participated in the International Song Festival OTI Festival 1974 held in the city and port of Acapulco, in which Moisés Canelo represented Honduras with the song "Río viejo, viejo amigo" composed by Horacio Cadalso. Mexicans were delighted with the voice of the Honduran. Canelo interpreted his melodies in the famous Cardini Night Center located in Colonia Polanco. In 1970 Canelo in Honduras made a huge presentation at the Club Hondureño Árabe in Tegucigalpa. Afterwards, he was again asked to represent Honduras at the 1976 Song Festival in Panama. Moisés performed the song "Latinoamericana" composed by maestro Alberto Ángel, nicknamed "El Cuervo", obtained three awards: Best song, Best performance, Best musical arrangement.
Moisés represented Honduras again at the International Song Festival OTI 1980, this time in the city of Buenos Aires, Republic of Argentina, where his performance of the song "Tú, mi siempre tú", by composer Alberto Valladares, earned him seventh place with 22 points. Canelo afterwards, with the help of Horacio Cadalso, moved to Mexico to study. In Mexico he recorded the work "Muchacho pobrey" with help from Francisco "Paco" from the company Discos Orfeón; this work was picked up by radio broadcasters. Subsequently, Canelo worked with Luis Rubio of the RCA Victor Company to record three LPs: "Te quiero cada día más" and "Llegaste tú" of his own composition, in addition to the song "Por amores como tú" composed by Canelo and the Peruvian composer Edwin Alvarado. Afterwards, Canelo's recording works were on his independent labe. "“Esta Cobardía", "Un buen Perdedor" and "Mensajero del Amor" provided the official theme of the visit of the pontiff John Paul II to Central America in the month of March 1983.
The themes were broadcast on Vatican Radio as a background to Spanish language transmissions. Other recorded works were recompilation LP of "Tangos"; the Mexican presenter Jorge Saldaña of Channel 13 today "TV Azteca", supported him in his auditions and presentations. In Mexico, Moisés Canelo, with the help of Marco Antonio Lugo, recorded the song "Amor Pirata" by the composer Paz Martínez, recorded by the company Discos Continental de México; this theme moved Canelo to international prominence. Canelo was based in Mexico for twenty-four years. Back in his native Honduras, Moisés Canelo looked for a way to produce a new work. That's how the song "Honduras, Vaya pues" and other more traditional Honduran repertoire, which envelops the magical notes of the marimba with sounds of the Marimba USULA of San Pedro Sula. Canelo has developed his artistic talents as a singer-songwriter with the help of well known professionals, such as the teacher Ana Grave de Peralta, with Solfeggio, in classical guitar performance with Gonzalo Torres.
All these individuals in one way or another helped develop him as an artist. Honduran journalist Víctor Donaire, in an interview with the newspaper El Heraldo considers Moisés Canelo "the most romantic voice that has lasted the longest on the national artistic scene". Among famous hispanoamerican musicians, he performed with: Armando Manzanero, Carlos Lico, Camilo Sesto, Gualberto Castro, José José, Juan Gabriel, Marco Antonio Muñiz, Miguel Aceves Mejía, Moarés Moreira, Los Ángeles Negros, Pedro Vargas, Roberto Carlos, Rocío Jurado and Vicente Fernández, among others. Canelo has performed extensively international, among these performances are: Festival of the OTI Song of Panama. In events and contests such as election of Miss Honduras, Gala Dinners and Dances in La Casa del Hondureño in Glendale 2012, Miami in February 2016. In the course of his artistic life, the Honduran singer has received many awards and recognition, including
Rake It In: The Greatestest Hits is a greatest hits album by the punk rock supergroup Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. It was released on April 2017, on Fat Wreck Chords; the album has songs from throughout their career, from their first release, the "Denver" 7" in 1995, to their last, Are We Not Men? We Are Diva! in 2014. In March 2017, the band released a track from the album, "City of New Orleans", which had only been available on vinyl. Track 1 appeared on Turn Japanese EP Tracks 2, 4 and 7 appeared on Are a Drag Track 3 appeared on Willie 7" Tracks 5, 9 and 15 appeared on Blow in the Wind Track 6 appeared on Are We Not Men? We Are Diva! Track 8 appeared on Denver 7" and Have Another Ball Tracks 10 and 13 appeared on Love Their Country Track 11 appeared on Billy 7" and Have a Ball Track 12 appeared on Shannon 7" Track 14 appeared on Kenny 7" Tracks 16 and 17 appeared on Take a Break Spike Slawson – vocals Chris Shiflett – lead guitar Joey Cape – rhythm guitar Fat Mike – bass guitar Dave Raun – drums
Bundelkhand Yearly Meeting is a yearly meeting of the Religious Society of Friends in the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh state in mid-India. It was formed from Friends Churches set up by missionaries from Ohio Yearly Meeting in 1896, the first independent yearly meeting was held in Chhatarpur in 1956. Theologically it falls unlike nearby Mid-India Yearly Meeting; the main Friends' Church is at Chhatarpur, where the church is adjacent to Chhatarpur Christian Hospital, set up by Friends from the Friends' Foreign Mission Society in 1930, run by Friends although is now administered as part of Emmanuel Hospital Association. There is an English-medium and Hindi-medium Christian school run by the Friends' Church. There are Friends' Churches at Nowgong and Gwhara, it is affiliated to Evangelical Friends Church International and Friends World Committee for Consultation
Beloved Corinna is a 1956 German drama film directed by Eduard von Borsody and starring Elisabeth Müller. The art director Gabriel Pellon worked on the film's sets. Elisabeth Müller as Corinna Stephan Hans Söhnker as Peter Mansfeld Hannelore Schroth as Dagmar Mansfeld Alexander Kerst as Dr. Suter Valéry Inkijinoff as Chin Klaus Kinski as Klaus Brockmann Annie Rosar as Frau Suter Wolfgang Gruner as Inspzient am Theater Panos Papadopulos as Longo Gerhard Bünte as Professor Hansen Silja Lesny Sigurd Lohde Ah Yue Lou as Suka Nadira Hans Tannert as Käpt'n Biene Giselle Vesco as Tanah Olga von Togni Beloved Corinna on IMDb