Documentary Movies Newswire

Documentary Movies Newswire

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  1. "A New Birth of Freedom:" Abraham Lincoln to visit Decorah Public LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | Decorah Journal

    History will come to life at the Decorah Public Library Tuesday, Oct. 23, at 6:30 p.m., as Kevin Wood vividly portrays Abraham Lincoln, one of our nation's most beloved and esteemed historical figures. This free all-ages program is made possible by the generous support of the Friends of Decorah Public Library.


  2. 'The Big Fella' Highlights Babe Ruth's Spot As First Celebrity Sports StarRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | National Public Radio

    As the New York Yankees prepared to play the Boston Red Sox in the first round of this year's playoffs, the staff at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Hawthorne, New York, braced for cleanup duty. The grave in Section 25, Lot 1115, gets plenty of traffic.


  3. How a once-promising development off the Mag Mile became a cautionary ...Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Chicago Tribune

    JUST STEPS OFF THE MAGNIFICENT MILE, A 60-ACRE DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE CHICAGO RIVER WAS PARKING LOTS AND DIRT FIELDS IN A CLOCK SCULPTURE SITS AT THE CENTER OF CITYFRONT CENTER'S OGDEN PLAZA PARK, A PUBLIC SPACE ON THE EAST SIDE OF COLUMBUS DRIVE AND ILLINOIS STREET. Viewed from the air, it's a stunning transformation - in just 30 years, a gritty swath of cleared land and surface parking lots has become a glistening new part of Chicago.


  4. The long death of Jean LalimeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chicago Reader

    In an undisclosed location in the far western suburbs sits a warehouse full of newspapers, architectural renderings, ship anchors, horse-drawn carriages, a Checker cab, a shed where a Maxwell Street peddler once copied keys and sold condoms, a "mannequin morgue" that none of the historians want to go near at night, and the corpse of Chicago's first murder victim. The box isn't the "rude pine coffin" that broke open and spilled out a corpse, startling a group of cellar diggers on April 29, 1891, nor is it the soap box cops threw Lalime's tattered bits in for a ride to the East Chicago Avenue police station.


  5. secimageRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 18 | The Corydon Democrat

    There are, of course, many ways to identify politicians; we are treated to colorful and imaginative examples each election cycle.


  6. Judge Lynn W. Davis Featured Speaker for LMUa s Upholding the ConstitutionRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Middlesboro Daily News

    The Lincoln Memorial University Carter and Moyers School of Education will present the 2018 installment of its "Upholding the Constitution" lecture series featuring Judge Lynn W. Davis on Oct. 26. Davis will present a seminar entitled "Judicial Reflections on the United States Constitution: An Enduring Document for All Ages." Funded through the generosity of its namesake, Dr. G.L. Carter, the School of Education hosts the workshop annually.


  7. Peterloo review: a oeMike Leigh's reconstruction of a dark chapter of...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Radio Times

    With politicians and commentators recently raising the spectre of civil unrest in England over the thorny issue of Brexit and the potential damage of rolling out universal credit across the country, director Mike Leigh's epic reconstruction of a dark chapter of English history has timely resonance. Not that the carnage at St Peter's Field in Manchester on Monday 16th August, 1819, was caused by rioting radicals incited to violence by unpopular government policies and austerity.


  8. 10 spooky, sporty, and sexy Halloween parties to attend in HoustonRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | CultureMap

    Halloween: that time of year where kids dress up in cute costumes, go door-to-door snagging up candy and, then, you tell your kids the next day that you ate all the candy because Jimmy Kimmel told you to. But, it's also a time for adults to do some fun, possibly scary, occasionally illegal stuff.


  9. This is why sirens could be heard in Glasgow city centre tonight - it's not the reason you thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Evening Times

    A film crew was spotted in George Square with an old style ambulance, which was being driven round the surrounding streets. Mystery surrounds what was actually being filmed, however, it's likely to do with the second series of hit BBC drama Trust Me.


  10. 'Fast & Furious' Producer Neal Moritz Sues Universal Over 'Hobbs and Shaw'Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | /film

    Is the upcoming Fast & Furious spin-off film quick enough to maneuver its way through a court of law and come out unscathed? We're about to find out. A Hobbs and Shaw lawsuit has been filed against Universal Pictures by Fast & Furious franchise producer Neal Moritz , who alleges that, in "a classic example of Hollywood greed," the studio has breached a contract with him regarding the spin-off movie in order to avoid paying him the money he believes he's owed.


  11. Northeast Filmmakers Lab to include public film talksRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    The fifth edition of the Northeast Filmmakers Lab, scheduled for Oct. 25-26, will include events focusing on marketing and social media and collaboration within the industry. Although most of this year's programming is open only to film lab participants, ticket sales are open for a few public events: 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25: Screening of project presentations, featuring glimpses of works in progress by five current and returning lab fellows.


  12. 'Fast and the Furious' Producer Sues Universal Over SpinoffRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    Neal Moritz alleges the studio has backed away from an oral agreement that entitled him to first-dollar-gross participation. In a lawsuit filed on Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, producer Neal Moritz takes credit for being one of the driving forces behind the blockbuster franchise based on The Fast and the Furious and alleges that Universal Studios has breached an oral agreement for the forthcoming spinoff Hobbs and Shaw .


  13. We've believed boys long enough, AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    I stopped telling on boys a long time ago. After watching Prof. Christine Blasey Ford's testimony, and after realizing that Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court was inevitable, I began thinking about his kindred spirits, the ghosts of my repressed past who got away unscathed and untarnished.


  14. Books of The Times: A Big New Biography Treats Frederick Douglass as Man, Not MythRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The New York Times

    Time has a way of sanding off the rough edges of historical memory, turning even the most convulsive, contentious lives into opportunities for national triumphalism and self-congratulation. With "Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom," the historian David W. Blight wants to enrich our understanding of an American in full who, for more than half his life, wasn't even legally recognized as such.


  15. Tazewell County Courthouse to unveil famous Lincoln portraitRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PeoriaTimes-Observer

    A reproduction photograph of Abraham Lincoln in his pre-presidency days will grace the Tazewell County Courthouse after an unveiling ceremony next Tuesday. There's a significant difference between most portraits and photographs of Abraham Lincoln and the high-quality reproduction photograph that will soon be at home at Tazewell County Courthouse.


  16. Chlo Grace Moretz, John David Washington added to SCAD Savannah Film...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SavannahNow

    The Savannah College of Art and Design and Entertainment Weekly today announced a partnership. EW will serve as a Media Partner for the 2018 SCAD Savannah Film Festival and as the Official Media Partner for the 2019 SCAD aTVfest in Atlanta, which are two of the university's annual signature events celebrating the film and television industries.


  17. Chase an eight pound wheel of cheeseRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Sonoran News

    As the culprit was busily attending to his criminal pursuits, he noticed that the house he was plundering still had electrical service.


  18. That painting of Donald Trump sitting with Abraham Lincoln has gone viral, leaving the artist stunnedRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News

    Donald Trump's interview with Lesley Stahl on 60 Minutes on Sunday night carried an unusual side effect - it revealed a piece of art, which now hangs in the White House, titled The Republican Club. It was painted by artist Andy Thomas, reports the website , which describes it as: "A garish painting of all of the Republican presidents of recent memory, including Trump , yukking it up at a table."


  19. Play of the Day: 'Horseface' and 'Tiny' Continue Their Twitter FeudRead the original story

    Yesterday | Government Executive

    The Treasury Department is projecting that the fiscal 2019 U.S. deficit could reach $1 trillion dollars . The Daily Show 's Trevor Noah joked about the news, saying that this is what happens when you put a check cashing store in the U.S. Capitol.


  20. Trump Loves This Painting With Past Presidents, Artist SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New York Times

    In a framed painting captured in the background of a "60 Minutes" interview at the White House , Mr. Trump sits among Republican presidents from the past century and a half, looking as if he had just made a wisecrack that drew laughter from the likes of Abraham Lincoln and Richard Nixon. This depiction of Mr. Trump boasts a lean physique and flashy smile.