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Adam Yauch Park Naming Ceremony

Neol Yauch, Frances Yauch, Stephen Levin, Adam Horovitz, Rachael Horovitz, Marty Markowitz and Kevin Jeffrey - Renaming of Palmetto Playground to Adam Yauch Park in Brooklyn. The late Beastie Boy was honored in ceremony by his mother and Adam 'Ad-Rock' Horovitz. - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 3rd May 2013

Neol Yauch, Frances Yauch, Stephen Levin, Adam Horovitz, Rachael Horovitz, Marty Markowitz and Kevin Jeffrey
Neol Yauch, Frances Yauch, Stephen Levin, Adam Horovitz, Rachael Horovitz, Marty Markowitz and Kevin Jeffrey
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Stephen Levin, Guests, Neol Yauch, Frances Yauch, Adam Horovitz, Rachael Horovitz, Marty Markowitz, Kevin Jeffrey and John Silva
Stephen Levin, Guests, Neol Yauch, Frances Yauch, Adam Horovitz, Rachael Horovitz, Marty Markowitz, Kevin Jeffrey and John Silva
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Meryl Streep Receives 17th Oscar Nomination


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Meryl Streep has been nominated for the Best Actress prize at this year's Academy Awards.

The two-time Oscar-winning star has won a nomination for her portrayal of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the Phyllida Lloyd-directed 'The Iron Lady'.

Meryl - who has now been nominated for 17 Academy Awards -will go up against Glenn Close, Rooney Mara, Michelle Williams and Viola Davis.

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Meryl Streep Receives 17th Oscar Nomination


Meryl Streep Aaron Sorkin Alexander Payne Brad Pitt Carlinhos Brown CHICO Chris Columbus Chris Miller Christopher Plummer Christopher Tellefsen Devlin Elvis Presley Fernando Trueba Gail Dolgin Gary Oldman George Clooney Glenn Close Gore Verbinski Graham King Grant Heslov Harry Potter Hymns James Spione Janet McTeer Janusz Kaminski Jean Dujardin Jessica Chastain Jim Burke Jim Taylor John Logan John Richardson John Williams Jonah Hill Kathleen Kennedy Kenneth Branagh Kevin Tent Kristen Wiig Letty Aronson Margaret Thatcher Martin Scorsese Max Von Sydow Melissa McCarthy Michael Barnathan Michael De Luca Michael Fassbender Michelle Williams Nick Nolte Octavia Spencer Paradise Lost Peter McDonald Planet Of The Apes Rachael Horovitz Rebecca Cammisa Rooney Mara Scott Rudin Sergio Mendes Stephen Tenenbaum Steven Spielberg Steven Zaillian Stuart Wilson Tattoo Terrence Malick Terry George The Descendants The Muppets Thelma Schoonmaker Thomas Langmann Transformers Viola Davis Wim Wenders Woody Allen Academy Of Motion Pictures And Sciences Kodak Theatre

Meryl Streep has been nominated for the Best Actress prize at this year's Academy Awards.

The two-time Oscar-winning star has won a nomination for her portrayal of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the Phyllida Lloyd-directed 'The Iron Lady'.

Meryl - who has now been nominated for 17 Academy Awards -will go up against Glenn Close, Rooney Mara, Michelle Williams and Viola Davis.

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Moneyball Review


Excellent
Based on Michael Lewis' nonfiction book, this film is written, directed and played with both intelligence and emotion. And the most impressive thing is the way it avoids sentimentality at every turn, even when things turn emotional.

After an unsuccessful career as a baseball player, Billy Beane (Pitt) is now the general manager of the Oakland A's. But the team's low budget makes it unable to compete with the league's wealthy clubs. Then he meets Peter (Hill), an economist who uses stats and numbers to rank players, and they work out a system to field a championship team within budget. Getting the coach (Hoffman) to go along with this is virtually impossible, and baseball's old timers think Billy is insane. Until the A's start winning.

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36th Annual Toronto International Film Festival - 'Moneyball' - Premiere Held At The The Roy Thomson Hall

Rachael Horovitz Friday 9th September 2011 36th Annual Toronto International Film Festival - 'Moneyball' - Premiere held at the The Roy Thomson Hall Toronto, Canada

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HBO Films Premiere Of 'Grey Gardens' At The Ziegfeld Theater

Rachael Horovitz and Lucy Barzun Donnelly - Rachael Horovitz and Lucy Barzun Donnelly New York City, USA - HBO Films premiere of 'Grey Gardens' at The Ziegfeld Theater Tuesday 14th April 2009

Rachael Horovitz and Lucy Barzun Donnelly
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Adam Horovitz, Rachael Horovitz and Adam Yauch

Little Black Book Review


Weak
Fall is approaching, and with it comes the next wave of lighthearted romantic comedies that are all that stands between the lonely, desperate women of America and a long, cold winter of depression and self-loathing. First out of the gate is Little Black Book, a cutesy comedy that offers about as much insight into the perils and wonder of human relationships as just about any daytime drama, but with a few laughs thrown in.

As the opening credits roll, we meet Stacy (Brittany Murphy), a young college grad heading out into the exciting world of low-budget television production. She dreams of one day working with her childhood idol, Diane Sawyer. And her mother loves Carly Simon. I don't know why the part about Carly Simon is important, but it's a recurring theme throughout the film. If her mother ever actually got any screen time, perhaps the Carly Simon thing would become at least marginally relevant to the story. But no dice. Even so, we're treated to several inexplicable Carly Simon moments that have nothing to do with anything, really, and don't add anything of substance to the film.

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Chance The Rapper's 'Coloring Book' Enters Billboard Chart On Streaming Alone

Chance The Rapper's 'Coloring Book' Enters Billboard Chart On Streaming Alone

The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.

Idina Menzel Responds To 'Give Elsa A Girlfriend' Viral Campaign

Idina Menzel Responds To 'Give Elsa A Girlfriend' Viral Campaign

Earlier this month a twitter campaign asking Disney to make Elsa their first LGBT princess in the ‘Frozen’ sequel went viral.

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Moneyball Movie Review

Moneyball Movie Review

Based on Michael Lewis' nonfiction book, this film is written, directed and played with both...

Little Black Book Movie Review

Little Black Book Movie Review

Fall is approaching, and with it comes the next wave of lighthearted romantic comedies that...

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