"The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine" is episode four of the American television series The Twilight Zone. It aired on October 23, 1959 on CBS; the title is a reference to 16 mm film. Aging film star Barbara Jean Trenton secludes herself in her private screening room, where she reminisces about her past by watching her old films from the 1930s. In an attempt to bring her out into the real world, her agent Danny Weiss arranges a part for her in a new movie. Barbara and the man who runs the studio, Marty Sall, have had a contentious relationship, he offers her the role of a mother. When Barbara returns home and Danny get into an argument when she decides to deny reality and throw a party for her friends. After the argument, Barbara has, according to her maid, chosen to stay in the screening room day and night. Danny decides to bring a former leading man—now older, Jerry Herndon, many years retired from acting and managing a chain of grocery stores—to visit her, she is horrified by orders them both to leave.
After the ill-fated visit, Barbara goes back into the projector room and puts on a movie that features Jerry's younger self. She will not accept that the present-day Jerry is the real one and voices her wish to join the one on the screen. Barbara's maid comes with a snack and coffee, only to find the room empty—and is horrified by what she sees on the screen, she calls Danny and, when he comes over, tells him that - to her mind - Barbara has vanished from the house. He runs the projector and sees, in the movie, the living room of the house filled with movie stars, looking as they did in the old films. Barbara welcomes them to the party and says that dinner will be by the pool; as she starts off with Jerry, Danny tries to call her back to reality. In response, she departs; the film ends. In the actual living room, Danny finds Barbara's scarf. "To wishes, Barbie", he says wistfully. "To the ones that come true." Ida Lupino as Barbara Jean Trenton Martin Balsam as Danny Weiss Jerome Cowan as Jerry Ted de Corsia as Marty Sall Alice Frost as Sally This episode contains several similarities to Billy Wilder's 1950 film Sunset Boulevard starring Gloria Swanson and shares the same composer and conductor of music, Franz Waxman.
Mitchell Leisen directed Billy Wilder scripts at Paramount in the 1930s. It evokes 1952's The Star with Bette Davis, directed by Stuart Heisler and released by Twentieth-Century Fox. Ida Lupino directed the season five episode "The Masks", she was both the only person to have acted in one episode and directed another, the only woman to direct a Twilight Zone episode. DeVoe, Bill.. Trivia from The Twilight Zone. Albany, GA: Bear Manor Media. Grams, Martin.. The Twilight Zone: Unlocking the Door to a Television Classic. Churchville, MD: OTR Publishing. "The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine" on IMDb
Jason Reischel is an American singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, New York who sometimes goes by the stage name My Cousin, The Emperor. Reischel was born on April 19, 1976 in Huntington, New York, was raised in Asheville, North Carolina, he began writing songs. He attended North Carolina State University, in Raleigh, North Carolina, majoring in history with dual minors in political science and classical studies, he moved to New York City in 2004, began performing as a solo singer-songwriter. Reischel began playing guitar when he was ten years old, wrote his first song when he was in seventh grade. After his debut album Brown Bridge & Green Bridge was released in 2006, Reischel was compared to Elliott Smith, Tim Buckley, Paul Simon, Townes Van Zandt. In 2008 he formed the band The Emperor. On December 8, 2010 Reischel sat on a panel with Meshell Ndegeocello and Larry Kirwan of Black 47 at WNYC's The Greene Space to commemorate the 30th anniversary of John Lennon's death, look at how today's musicians are inspired by him.
2006 "Brown Bridge & Green Bridge" 2014 "Live on KXLU- Los Angeles" 2014 "Irony-Free Parlor Music" 2014 "Unfinished Melodies: Demos, Rare & Unreleased Vol. I" 2014 "Unfinished Melodies: Demos, Rare & Unreleased Vol. II" 2014 "Unfinished Melodies: Demos, Rare & Unreleased Vol. III" 2014 "Unfinished Melodies: Demos, Rare & Unreleased Vol. IV" 2009: "A Long Way From Home" 2011 "The Subway EPs, Vol. I: Prospect Park West" 2011 "The Subway EPs, Vol. II: Broadway- Lafayette" 2011 "The Subway EPs, Vol. III: Bushwick" An acoustic version of the pre- My Cousin, The Emperor song "Justine" was donated to the charity album New York Cares About Local Music 2004, it was recorded live at CB's Gallery, New York, NY on August 5, 2004. On August 21, 2006 Reischel played guitar for Lauren Molina during the "Fleet Street on the Bowery" Charity concert at The Bowery Ballroom featuring Michael Cerveris, Nellie McKay & Duncan Sheik; the Charity Concert raised money for Broadway Cares. Reischel performed on January 17, 2010 with My Cousin, The Emperor at "Haiti Matters to Brooklyn", an emergency fundraiser for the victims of the devastating earthquake in Haiti which occurred on January 12, 2010.
My Cousin, The Emperor played a set at "Gluttons For Charity" at Hill Country, New York, NY on August 22, 2011. "Gluttons for Charity" was an event sponsored by CareerGears, a national nonprofit organization offering interview clothing and job counseling to men in need. Reischel performed with Michael Feinberg at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia on December 6, 2011 at the "Poverty is Real" Charity concert. Other performers included Patterson Hood, Futurebirds and Claire Campbell; the song "Burly, Old Couch" was donated by the band for inclusion on the "Poverty is Real: Athens 2011" CD, featuring songs by Widespread Panic, Patterson Hood, Modern Skirts, Hope for Agoldensummer, Venice is Sinking, Dave Marr. Reischel donated the My Cousin, The Emperor song "Montevideo" for the "Poverty is Real: Asheville 2012" CD in September 2012 which helped raise $5,000 for Pisgah Legal Services to combat Poverty. Since 2013, Reischel has served on the board of directors for the NYC-based non-profit "Service Program for Older People", an agency, "dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of adults age 55 and older and to fostering their independent living through the delivery of comprehensive mental health and supportive services and education."
Winner of the 2009 Independent Music Award for Song of the Year for "A Long Way From Home" Jason Reischel on Myspace
Mau district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state of India, Mau town is the district headquarters, one of the few remaining areas of handloom saree production in eastern Uttar Pradesh, specializing in Sadiya silk sarees. Mau was carved out as a separate district from Azamgarh on 19 November 1988, it is situated in the south-eastern part of the state with headquarters in Maunath Bhanjan. The district is surrounded by Ghazipur district on the south, Ballia district in the east, Azamgarh district in the west, by Gorakhpur and Deoria districts on the north. From historical and archaeological point of views, Mau is one of the oldest place in the region. Ancient cultural and archaeological remains have been found at multiple places in the area giving enough evidence of long history of human habitat in the area; the known archaeological history of Mau is about 1500 years old, when the entire area was covered under thick dense forest. The nuts who used to live along Tamsa river, are considered to be the oldest inhabitants and the ruler of the area.
As per the records on official webpage of the district, in 1028 A. D. King Syed Shalar Masood Ghazi came with a huge army to conquer the area but he went back to Afghanistan, living few of his people in the area. A sufi saint his brother Malik Qasim were part of the remaining group. There are places like Malik Tahir Qasim Pura in the name of these two saints in Mau city; the tomb of Malik Tahir is present in Malik Tahir Pura and locally known as Mazaar Malik Tahir Baba. Around 1540–1545, Sher Shah Suri, the emperor who defeated Humayun, during his reign visited Kolhuvavan to meet the great Sufi saint Syed Ahmad Wadva. Mahvani, one of the daughters of Sher Shah had settled permanently near the dargah of Syed Wadva; the area finds place in the historical book of Ziyaudeen Barni with a description that the great Mughal emperor Akbar passed through Mau on his way to Allahabad. At that time and artisans belonging to Iran and Turkey, who had come with Mughal army settled here permanently; these artisans integrated into the society over a period of time but they kept their art alive and despite a gradual demise of the handloom industry in the eastern Uttar Pradesh, the saree industry of Mau still remains the last bastion of handicraft in the area otherwise an industrially thriving region till the end of last century.
It is believed that one of Akbar's daughters, Jahan Aara had settled in that area where she built a mosque. The original structure of the mosque is not surviving anymore but place is known as Shahi Qatra and there is a Shahi Mosque in that locality reminding of its past glory. During the Indian freedom struggle, the people of Mau had given full support to the movement, Mahatma Gandhi had made a visit to Doharighat region of the district in 1939. In 1932, Azamgarh was made independent district, Mau region was a part of it until 1988 when the current area of Mau district was carved out of Azamgarh to make a separate district and on 19 November 1988, Mau became a separate district in which the Union Minister of State of India Kalpnath Rai played a pivotal role, he is credited to start an array of developmental activities in the city including new Railway Station and a stadium. A Passage to India is a 1924 novel by English author E. M. Forster set against the backdrop of the British Raj and the Indian independence movement in the 1920s.
The novel was adapted in a film with same title in 1984. One of the protagonists, Aziz moved to Mau. According to the 2011 census Mau Nath Bhanjan district has a population of 2,205,968, in which male and female were 1,114,888 and 1,090,782 respectively. In 2001 census, Mau had a population of 1,853,997, in which males were 933,523 and remaining 920,474 were females. Equal to the US state of New Mexico; this gives it a ranking of 206th in India. The district has a population density of 1,287 inhabitants per square kilometre, its population growth rate over the decade 2001–2011 was 80.94%. Mau has a sex ratio of 978 females for every 1000 males, a literacy rate of 75.16%. At the time of the 2011 Census of India, 86.43% of the population in the district spoke Hindi and 13.51% Urdu as their first language. Jharkande Rai and Kalpnath Rai were well-known faces of politics in Mau. Notable Politician Sunil Singh Chauhan is from Mau. Municipal Corporation Chairman Mohammad Tayyab Palki is from Mau District.
Mau sadar is the Legislative seat of politician Mukhtar Ansari. Brigadier Mohammad Usman Masoodi, born in Bibipur of Mau district, was the highest ranking officer of the Indian Army killed in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947 and was awarded Maha Vir Chakra posthumously. Ali Jawad Zaidi, born in Karhan, was a prolific author and scholar who wrote 80 books, he was awarded a Padma Shri for his literary achievements. Laxmi Narayan Mishra, born in the village Basti, district Mau, he was a popular play writer of HINDI. He was a theatre personality of Uttar Pradesh, his works became popular between 1930 and 1950. They were staged by schools and amateur groups. Laxmi Narayan Mishra is considered the founder of the problem play in Hindi theatre. Fiza Ibn-e-Faizi was a modern Urdu and Persian poet, he was a native of Mau district of Uttar Pradesh and was considered a'qadir-ul-kalaam' poet and had received numerous awards within the Urdu world. At least, six poetry collections of Faizi had been acclaimed. In 2009, a memorial named as Faizi Gate was constructed by the municipal head near his house.
Maulana Habibur Rahman Azmi was a well-known Isla
Piotr Tomaszewski is a classical guitarist from Poland. He has studied classical guitar since 1990 and has won awards in several competitions, as well as being a guest performer at festivals and events around Europe. Tomaszewski's repertoire includes guitar concertos and works for solo guitar, playing both modern pieces and classical works of centuries past, he records for Spain's Channel 10, for Polish Radio and Television. Tomaszewski was born in Gostynin, Poland, in 1974, he received his first guitar lesson at a cultural centre in Płock. Beginning in 1990, Tomaszewski attended Warsaw's Fryderyk Chopin Music Academy, studying under Ryszard Bałauszko, he completed his studies under Bałauszko at the Białystok branch of the Academy. As a postgraduate, Tomaszewski studied in 1998 and 1999 at both the Conservatorio de Musica in Las Palmas, in Spain, under Carlos Oramas, with Alberto Ponce at the École Normale de Musique de Paris; as a competitor in several guitar competitions, Tomaszewski has been successful.
Performing in the Guitar Competition in Warsaw in 1988, he received first prize, claimed second prize that year at the National Guitar Competition, held in Strzelce Krajeńskie, aged 14 years. Two years he picked up third prize in Kraków, at the 5th International Guitar Competition. Notably, he was the best of the Polish entries and the youngest competitor. In 1990 he competed in Koszalin for the International Music Schools Competition and finished in second place. For finishing first at the International Guitar Competition in Kraków in 1995, Tomaszewski received a guitar made by Manuel Contreras, he placed first two years at the Blas Sánchez Foundation's II International Competition, held in Ingenio, Spain. He placed first again that same year at the VII International Guitar Competition in Las Palmas. Although he only received fourth prize, Tomaszewski was the only Polish competitor at the 1998 Alexandre Tansman International Competition for Musical Personalities, held in Łódź. Tomaszewski travels around Europe and the United States to perform, frequenting Italy, Poland, Germany and more.
He actively gives concerts, has done, from the beginning of his career. He has recorded an album titled Los Colores de la Guitarra, featuring the music of several renowned composers, such as Roland Dyens, Alexandre Tansman, Joaquín Rodrigo, he performs in Florence, moving around but can always be found near the Uffizi Gallery in Piazza della Signoria. Los Colores de la Guitarra Los Colores de la Guitarra 2 Piotr Tomaszewski's Homepage
State Route 302 is a 16.87-mile-long state highway in the U. S. state of Washington, connecting the communities of Allyn-Grapeview and Purdy on the Kitsap Peninsula, located in Mason and Pierce counties. The highway travels southeast from SR 3 in Allyn-Grapeview along North Bay and turns east along Henderson Bay to Purdy. SR 302 intersects its spur route and turns south, ending at an interchange with SR 16 at the north end of Gig Harbor; the highway was created during the 1964 highway renumbering to replace Secondary State Highway 14A between Allyn and Purdy. SR 302 begins as the Victor Cutoff Road at an intersection with SR 3 south of North Mason High School, located in the community of Allyn-Grapeview in Mason County; the highway travels south along the North Bay of Case Inlet into Pierce County and east across the Key Peninsula toward Henderson Bay. SR 302 continues east through Wauna and across a sandspit on the 550-foot-long Purdy Bridge into the community of Purdy. In Purdy, the highway turns south onto Purdy Drive at an intersection with its spur route and ends at a semi-directional T interchange with SR 16, located within Gig Harbor city limits.
Every year, the Washington State Department of Transportation conducts a series of surveys on its highways in the state to measure traffic volume. This is expressed in terms of average annual daily traffic, a measure of traffic volume for any average day of the year. In 2011, WSDOT calculated that the busiest section of the highway was Purdy Drive between the Purdy Bridge and SR 16, serving 26,000 vehicles, while the least busiest section of the highway was in the Allyn-Grapeview area, serving 1,500 vehicles; the Purdy Bridge, serving the community of Purdy on the Burley Lagoon, was constructed as a wooden swing bridge in 1892 by Pierce County. The wooden bridge was replaced in 1905 after the timber pilings collapsed and rebuilt in 1920 to include a steel swing span; the current two-lane hollow box girder span was opened on September 29, 1937 at a cost of $62,000 and became part of SSH 14A during the creation of the primary and secondary state highways. SSH 14A was extended west from Allyn to Belfair in 1955, extending along a 19.45-mile-long route to connect Belfair and Allyn to Purdy.
SSH 14A was replaced by SR 3 from Belfair to Allyn and SR 302 from Allyn to SR 16 in Purdy during the 1964 highway renumbering as part of the creation of a new state highway system. SR 16 was moved to a freeway bypass of Purdy in the late 1970s and the old alignment on Purdy Drive was split between SR 302, heading south, a new spur route, heading north; the highway was realigned in 1991 onto the Victor Cut-Off Road, transferred from the county to the state. During the 2001 Nisqually earthquake, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake that occurred on February 28, 2001, a section of SR 302 between Allyn and the Key Peninsula was damaged and closed. The highway was repaired with federal emergency relief funds and state funding at a cost of $1 million, opening to traffic in 2003 after being replaced by a temporary gravel road. WSDOT is, as of January 2013, planning to widen SR 302 between the Key Peninsula and Purdy and SR 302 Spur within Purdy as part of safety and congestion improvements scheduled to begin construction in spring 2014.
A corridor study was conducted by WSDOT between 2008 and 2012 and proposed that a new highway north of Henderson Bay to bypass Purdy and have a more direct connection with SR 16 be constructed. SR 302 Spur, known locally as Purdy Drive, begins its short, 1.28-mile-long route through Purdy at the east end of the Purdy Bridge, which carries SR 302 from Wauna. The highway travels north along Burley Lagoon from Peninsula High School before ending at a semi-directional T interchange with SR 16. WSDOT conducted a series of surveys to measure traffic volume in terms of AADT and calculated that between 1,900 and 11,000 vehicles per day used the spur route in 2011; the spur route was part of a Primary State Highway 14 branch connecting Port Orchard to Tacoma that became SR 16 during the 1964 highway renumbering. SR 16 was moved to a freeway bypass of Purdy in the late 1970s and the former route was split between SR 302 and the newly created SR 302 Spur. Highways of Washington State SR 302: Elgin Clifton Rd to SR 16 Corridor Study
Club Baloncesto OAR Ferrol was a professional basketball club based in Ferrol, Spain. OAR Ferrol was founded in 1951, but didn't promote to the top league until 1980. During 13 years played on Primera División or Liga ACB and qualified to play the Korać Cup three seasons. In 1994, the club was relegated due to financial problems and, two years it was dissolved. Fernando Romay Anicet Lavodrama Lars Hansen Chuck Aleksinas Linton Townes Otis Howard Jimmy Oliver Copa Galicia: 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993 Ferrol: Todo un clásico gallego ACB.com