Israel defends itself. Perfunctory af posted: July 31 WASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. economy has rebounded with vigor from a grim start to 2014 and should show renewed strength into next year. posted: July 30 2 homeless advocates accused of stealing $350K Associated Press | 0comments PHILADELPHIA (AP) Two executives at a Philadelphia organization serving the homeless are accused of stealing $350,000 and using the money for personal expenses ranging from the purchase of shoes and the renting of a Hummer to a trip to Disney World. The U.S. Attorney's office announced the indictments Thursday of 38-year-old Erica Brown of Glenolden and 62-year-old Nathaniel Robinson of Philadelphia. The two were top executives at SELF Inc., which received federal money to help the needy. From 2005 through 2010, prosecutors say Brown spent $199,000 on personal expenses with a corporate credit card and Robinson charged $154,000.
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?Into the Woods? Trailer: Fairy Tales Collide in Disney?s Musical
A recently-unveiled image gallery for the movie highlighted the A-list cast members and their lovely costuming, but the new teaser instead shines the spotlight on the fantasy world that Marshall helped to create onscreen. So far, Into the Woods looks pretty good, in terms of its aesthetics. Marshall previously directed Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides for Disney, but already his fairy tale musical seems to be an improvementin the visual department. On Stranger Tidestends to suffer from clunky lighting that calls attention to the artifice of the films scenery (probably because Marshall had not shot a movie in 3D before), whereas theInto the Woodsfootage shown here blends practical and digital material more seamlessly. In terms of story, Into the Woods starts off harmlessly enough; the central plot thread hasa Baker (James Corden) attempting to reverse a witchs curse that has left him and his wife (Emily Blunt) childless with a bug-eyed Meryl Streep playing the sorceress in question. Elsewhere, the classic stories ofCinderella (Anna Kendrick) and Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford) among several other fairy tale characters play out just as you remember them, only this timewe also get to see the consequences of their actions. This is where Into the Woods starts tobecome more genuinely dark. And by dark, we mean this musical very much starts to feel like the handiwork of lyricist/song writer Stephen Sonheim. (Remember, hes the same guy who gave us the musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, among other famous shows that dont end so happily ever after.) CLICK FOR LARGER VERSION Question is, how much will Into the Woods change during the jump to the big screen? Well, being released under the Disney logo means the musical will surely besomewhat more sanitized in movie form; at the same time, thescript was still written by James Lapine, who also penned the original Broadway shows musical book.
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