Thursday Fun n Frolics 21.5.15

Indie Adda

Was watching the first season of “How to get away with murder”, it is a really tight serial, absolutely tight, without much blood gore violence it portrays the terrific power of the lead character’s manipulation! Boy! Was she manipulative or what!

Have you seen this series? If you like brain-teasers you will enjoy it!

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From the production office

Thoughts of Jess

I am on day three in the production office and I finally have a moment to write about it.  This is my second time working on a production with the same crew and we are currently in pre-production down in Sugarcreek, Ohio.  It is a fabulous film  called Love Finds You In Valentine and I am looking forward to seeing it when it comes out on television!

As for what I am doing, I have the glorified position of a production office intern.  If you don’t know what the production office is, it is a little place where all of the grunt work is done so that the production runs smoothly.  We book flights, hotel rooms, get office supplies, prep the script, and other fun tasks.  Yesterday, I spent 3 hours hanging 200 location pictures on the walls in the office.  Yes, it really did take that long.

The first…

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2015 Flick & Float Movies

Boulder Elks Lodge #566

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Join us on Sunday, May 31st for “Jurassic Park” by the pool! Movie starts at dusk. The suggested donation of $5 per person at the gate supports Boulder Elks Youth Services programs. We’ll have snacks, hot food, and drinks for purchase. Bring your raft or inner tube and float while you watch!

2015 Flick & Float schedule – movies start at dusk
Sunday 5/31 – “Jurassic Park”
Sunday 6/28 – “The Goonies”
Sunday 7/19 – “Beetlejuice”
Sunday 8/16 – “Back to the Future”

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‘Suicide Squad’ takes over Toronto’s Yonge Street

Global News

ABOVE: Global News’ Mark Carcasole reports on the closure of Yonge Street to shoot scenes for Suicide Squad.

TORONTO — Production of Suicide Squad took over a portion of Yonge Street over the weekend, complete with a tail of an airplane sitting in the middle of the street.

The big budget DC Comics/Warner Bros. movie stars Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie and many others.

Props from 'Suicide Squad' - DC Comics/Warner Bros. upcoming film - are pictured on Toronto's Yonge Street on May 18, 2015. Pedestrians watch as props from ‘Suicide Squad’ – DC Comics/Warner Bros. upcoming film – are set into place on Toronto’s Yonge Street on May 18, 2015.

Pieces of the plane were scattered along Yonge Street from College Street to Wellesley Street, offering passersby a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the super villain movie, due in cinemas next summer.

Props from 'Suicide Squad' - DC Comics/Warner Bros. upcoming film - are pictured on Toronto's Yonge Street on May 18, 2015. Props from ‘Suicide Squad’ – DC Comics/Warner Bros. upcoming film – are pictured on Toronto’s Yonge Street on May 18, 2015.

The props were hoisted on small cranes and…

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Fall of Ramadi raises doubts about US strategy in Iraq

WTNH Connecticut News

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Islamic State group’s capture of Ramadi, a key provincial capital in western Iraq, calls into question the Obama administration’s strategy in Iraq.

Is there a Plan B?

The current U.S. approach is a blend of retraining and rebuilding the Iraqi army, prodding Baghdad to reconcile with the nation’s Sunnis, and bombing Islamic State targets from the air without committing American ground combat troops.

But the rout in Ramadi revealed a weak Iraqi army, slow reconciliation and a bombing campaign that, while effective, is not decisive.

On Monday, administration officials acknowledged the fall of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province, as a “setback.” They still maintained, however, the campaign would ultimately bring victory. They counseled patience and said periodic setbacks are to be expected in confronting the Islamic State.

But anything close to a victory appeared far off. In gaining control of Ramadi over…

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