Ghostbusters is a 1984 American supernatural comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman and written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. It stars Bill Murray and Ramis as Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler, a trio of eccentric parapsychologists who start a ghost-catching business in New York City; the film stars Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis, features Annie Potts, William Atherton, Ernie Hudson in supporting roles. Based on his own fascination with spirituality, Aykroyd conceived Ghostbusters as a project for himself and John Belushi; the protagonists would travel through time and space to combat a host of demonic and supernatural threats. Following Belushi's death, with Aykroyd's concept deemed financially impractical, he was paired with Ramis to rewrite the script to set it in New York City and make it more realistic. Ghostbusters was the first comedy film to employ expensive special effects. There was concern about the budget it would require, little faith in its potential for box office success.
On an approximate $25–30 million budget, filming took place between October 1983 to January 1984, on location in New York City and Los Angeles, on sets at Burbank Studios, Los Angeles. Competition for special effects studios among various movies in development at the time meant that part of the budget was used to co-found a new studio under Richard Edlund, he used a combination of practical effects and puppets to deliver the ghoulish visuals. Ghostbusters became a cultural phenomenon, it was well received for its deft blend of comedy and horror, Murray's performance was singled out for praise. The film earned $282.2 million during its initial theatrical run, making it the second-highest-grossing film of that year, the highest-grossing comedy of all time at that point. It was the number-one film in theaters for seven consecutive weeks and was one of only four films to gross more than $100 million that year. Further theatrical releases have increased the total gross to $295.7 million, making it the most successful comedy film of the 1980s.
In 2015, the Library of Congress selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry, finding it "culturally or aesthetically significant". Its theme song, "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker Jr. was a number-one hit. With its impact on popular culture, a dedicated fan following, the success of Ghostbusters launched a multi-billion dollar multimedia franchise; this includes the popular animated television series The Real Ghostbusters, its sequel series Extreme Ghostbusters, video games, board games, comic books, music, food, toys and haunted attractions. Ghostbusters was followed in 1989 by a sequel, Ghostbusters II, which fared less well financially and critically. Repeated attempts to develop a further sequel had ended following Ramis's death in 2014. A 2016 reboot called Ghostbusters, was released to mixed reviews and financial failure. A second, direct sequel, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, is scheduled for release in 2020. Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler are scientists at Columbia University investigating the paranormal.
Following their first encounter with a ghost manifesting at the New York Public Library, the dean fires them and dismisses the credibility of their research. In response, they create a paranormal investigation and elimination service, they convert a disused firehouse, develop high-tech equipment to capture and contain ghosts, convert a combination car into the "Ectomobile" to support their business. Seeing their television ad, a skeptical cellist, Dana Barrett, is dismissive but reluctantly calls them after a paranormal encounter in her kitchen. Recounting the event, she describes opening her refrigerator and seeing a creature that utters a single word: "Zuul." Venkman becomes romantically interested, while Ray and Egon research her claims. Business is slow. There, Egon warns the group never to cross the energy streams of their proton pack weapons, as this could cause a catastrophic explosion, they deposit it in a special containment unit in the firehouse. Soon their business booms as paranormal activity increases across New York City.
To cope with demand, they hire Winston Zeddemore. Suspicious of their operation, Walter Peck, an Environmental Protection Agency inspector, asks to evaluate their equipment but leaves after Venkman insults him. Egon warns the team the increase in supernatural activity is becoming dangerous and their equipment is at risk of failing under the stress. Venkman meets with Dana, he shares that Zuul was a demigod worshiped as a servant to "Gozer the Gozerian," a shape-shifting god of destruction. He convinces Dana to discuss her case further over dinner. However, when Dana returns home, she is supernaturally possessed by Zuul. In a nearby apartment, a nearly identical entity manifests chases and possesses her neighbor, Louis Tully. Venkman arrives and finds the possessed Dana/Zuul claiming to be "the Gatekeeper." Louis possessed, is found by police officers and claims he is "Vinz Clortho, the Keymaster of Gozer." The Ghostbusters agree they need to keep the pair separated. Peck returns with law-enforcement and city workers to have the Ghostbusters arrested and orders the deactivation of their ghost containment system.
Stressed beyond capacity, the shutdown causes an explosion that releases the captured ghosts, the Ghostbusters are detained. Louis/Vinz manages to escape in the confusion and makes his way to the apartment building where h
The Lewis River is an 18.1-mile-long tributary of the Snake River. The entire course of the river is located within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, US; the river is named for commander of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. The Lewis River begins at the southern end of Shoshone Lake and flows southerly 3 miles to Lewis Lake; this short stretch of the river is the only portion of the river. The river reemerges at the southern end of Lewis Lake and flows in a general southerly direction through a steep canyon paralleling the south entrance road toward the south entrance of the park. Below Lewis Lake the river passes over several waterfalls including Lewis Falls. Shortly before leaving the park, the Lewis River merges with the Snake River, changing the course of the Snake southward; the Snake soon flows out of Yellowstone into Grand Teton National Jackson Lake. The Lewis River has rapids up to Class VI and takes a 29-foot drop at Lewis Falls, the most famous of many waterfalls and rapids on this short but scenic river.
Carl Wilson is the self-titled debut solo album of The Beach Boys' band member, Carl Wilson. The youngest of the three Wilson brothers in the band, Carl Wilson was at this time unhappy with the progress being made by The Beach Boys creatively. So Carl, just as his brother Dennis had a few years earlier, signed a solo contract with James William Guercio's CBS-distributed Caribou Records, which four years prior put out brother Dennis's album Pacific Ocean Blue, was the current label of The Beach Boys; the album was released on March 27, 1981 and peaked at number 185 on the Billboard 200. Of the eight tracks on the album, seven of them are written by Carl Wilson and Myrna Smith, the wife of Carl's manager Jerry Schilling, with the remaining track being co-written by Carl and Michael Sun. All tracks composed by Myrna Smith. – 4:25 "The Right Lane" – 5:13 "Hurry Love" – 4:44 "Heaven" – 4:23 "The Grammy" – 3:04 "Seems So Long Ago" – 4:56 Carl Wilson – vocals, keyboards Myrna Smith – vocals James William Guercio - producer, guitar, percussion John Daly – guitar Gerald Johnson – bass guitar James Stroud – drums, percussion Randy McCormick – keyboards Joel Peskin – saxophone Alan Krigger – drums, tambourineEngineered by Wayne Tarnowski, assisted by David "Gino" Giorgini
The second season of the Indonesian reality talent show The Voice Kids Indonesia premiered in 2017 on GTV. The show was confirmed on 17 March 2017 in an e-mail to a fan of the show. Agnez Mo Bebi Romeo Muhammad Tulus Ananda Omesh Ersa Mayori Each contestant is sing on stage where the coach sits back to the contestant. In blind audition, the coach only judges the contestants of the contestant's voice quality. If coach likes the contestant's voice coach will hit the I WANT YOU button which makes the chair rotate towards the stage. Contestants elected by more than one coach must choose a coach to accompany them to the next round. Any contestant, selected by the same coach will be pitted by singing the same song; the coach will choose a contestant between other contestants who pitted to be able to continue the next round. All artists who advanced from the battle rounds will sing a song on the sing off. In each team, only four acts should be chosen to go to the semifinals; each contestant will sing ` live' in front of viewers.
In the semifinals the entire Indonesian audience will determine which contestants will proceed to the next round through the voting system. This round is the final round that will determine the champion of The Voice Kids Indonesia season 2. Color key: Color key: Notes The Battle Rounds starts on November 2. Season 2's advisors include: Wizzy for Team Bebi, Baim for Team Agnez Mo, Yura Yunita for Team Tulus. Color key: Three eliminated artists were chosen by the coaches to come back as coach's save for the Sing Offs, they were Vitara Harahap, Keisha Claudia, Aditya Majid. Color key: Color key: With the elimination of Aditya Majid and Wasisco Lianro, there is no more boy contestants remained in the competition, thus making this season the first to have all-girl final. Grand FinalAll three coaches had an artist advance to the finale top 3 for the first time, thus making season 2 the first in The Voice Kids Indonesia history. Finale Color key Artist's info Result details Color key Artist's info Result details Mutiara Naycilla and Vitara Harahap were on the first season of Indonesian Idol Junior in 2014, was eliminated in Top 11 and Top 3 Nisma Putri was on the second season of Indonesia's Got Talent in 2014, won that season Florentino Louis, Merilync Tesalonika, Michelle Angeline, Rachel Dwi, Vanessa Veronica, Yonathan Jason auditioned for the first season, but each of them failed to turn any chairs.
Joyceline Eunike, Kimberley Fransa, Raulla Nakhlah were on the second season of Indonesian Idol Junior in 2016, was eliminated in elimination round
Gauri Gill is an Indian contemporary photographer who lives in New Delhi. She has been called "one of India's most respected photographers" by the New York Times and one of "the most thoughtful photographers active in India today" in The Wire. In 2011 Gill was awarded Canada's most prestigious contemporary photography award; the jury said her works "often address ordinary heroism within challenging environments depicting the artist’s often-intimate relationships with her subjects with a documentary spirit and a human concern over issues of survival." Born in Chandigarh, Gauri Gill received her BFA in Applied Art at the Delhi College of Arts in New Delhi, India. She earned her BFA in Photography at the Parsons School of Design, New York in 1994, MFA in Photography at Stanford University in 2002. In The Americans she photographed her family and friends across the Indian diaspora in America. A decade-long study of marginalized communities in rural Rajasthan called Notes from the Desert has resulted in individual exhibitions and projects such as The Mark on the Wall, Balika Mela, Birth Series and Ruined Rainbow.
Of this work, she says, "The girls have an urge to know. Those who stepped into my photo tend wished to portray themselves, as they are, or as they see themselves, or to invent new selves for the camera, their attempts may have been tentative or bold, but this book may be seen as a catalogue of that desire."The 1984 notebook is an example of collaboration and ‘active listening’, of using photography as a memory practice. In January 2007, along with Sunil Gupta and Radhika Singh, she co-founded and edited Camerawork Delhi a free newsletter about independent photography from New Delhi and elsewhere. In 2011 she won Canada's most prestigious contemporary photography award. In 2012, she curated a major exhibition called Transportraits: Women and Mobility in the City investigating safety and experiences of women on the streets. Since 2013, she has collaborated with Rajesh Vangad, a renowned Warli artist, on Fields of Sight, combining the contemporary language of photography with the ancient one of Warli drawing to co-create new narratives..
Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke Gauri Gill in the collection of The Museum of Modern Art Projects 108: Gauri Gill at The Museum of Modern Art Gauri Gill: Acts of Appearance
The Central Range is a mountain range on the island of Trinidad. It extends diagonally across the island and is a low-lying range with swampy areas rising to rolling hills; the tallest hills are Mount Tamana, Mount Harris and Brigand Hill, all located in the northeastern portion of the range. The Central Range mountains are biodiverse, are home to the Tamana Caves. Trinidad's, as well as one of the world's largest bat colony is located here. Howler monkeys can be found numerous species of birds as well. There are numerous clean springs that flow from the Central Range; however there are little waterfalls. The most spectacular falls are the Brasso Venado. Gran Couva falls. To the north of the range are the Northern Lowlands. Northern Range Southern Range Trinity Hills