Archive for December, 2011

“11/22/63 ” retains spot at top of best-sellers list

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stephen King’s “11/22/63″ retained its perch at the top spot of the Publishers Weekly best-sellers list on Thursday.

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Milwaukee photographers await icicle photography opportunities

Milwaukee winters do not only bring snow to photograph. On those days when it gets just slightly warm enough during the day that some of the snow on roof tops begins to melt and then evening and morning hours bring freezing temperatures again, we discover the wonderful world of icicles.

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Ben Kingsley on the art of “under-acting” in “Hugo” (Reuters)

Reuters – Sir Ben Kingsley plays silent film pioneer Georges Melies in Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo.” The film has proven to be a tricky sell commercially, and it’s unlikely to be a moneymaker — but the film is a marvelous and magical journey that fully justifies Scorsese’s decision to adapt Brian Selznick’s book “The Invention of Hugo Cabret,” and to shoot it in 3D. And Kingsley is sly, sad and commanding as a man desperate to bury his glorious past.

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Ian’s role in photography

Social documentary specialist Ian Beesley has been selected to be a judge for the Royal Photographic Society’s prestigious International Print Exhibition .

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“Game of Thrones” author posts excerpt from new book

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Fans of novelist George R. R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” fantasy series are melting. The “Game of Thrones” author just released a previously unpublished sample chapter from the upcoming sixth installment, “The Winds of Winter,” on his Website.

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