She’s got her sights set on Charlie, wanting to turn him into a vampire, for a reason that feels too obvious despite it being the film’s only surprise. Fright
Hey folks guess what? It’s time to get complicated with Simple Plan again for Task Number 2!
I’m thinking rock stars who travel round the world for their tour should have the gift of the gab too. (Apart from singing)
Ever wondered if you could sing to a Simple Plan chorus in a foreign language? Check this out!
Hope you guys were rocking out to the remix as much as I was. Haha! Don’t forget to grab your copy of Get Your Heart On.
Till then, ciao, adieu, zai jian, goodbye….don’t forget to keep it locked for the next task coming soon yo (big hint).
Holly signing off. x
Patricia “Sue” Canterbury has been named The Pauline Gill Sullivan Associate Curator of American Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, DMA officials announced Monday. Canterbury will begin work in Dallas on Sept. 19. She comes to the DMA from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, where she was the associate curator in the Department of Paintings from 1998 to earlier this year. She has, DMA officials say, “extensive knowledge of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century American art and the role of transatlantic exchange between the art centers of Europe and the United States.” In Minneapolis, she served as curator for a number of exhibitions, including “Georgia O’Keeffe: Circling Around Abstraction.” Canterbury reacted to her hiring by saying: “I am thrilled to join the dynamic staff of the Dallas Museum of Art. It’s a great institution with splendid collections that are beautifully presented.
The holiday box office hauled in pretty good thanks to the Transformers third outing that brought in a global accumulative box office of over $416 million bucks.
That far outshines the rest of the box office and although it hasn’t brought in the monsterous $1 billion that Pirates of the Caribbean IV brought it, for a movie only out less than a week Transformers has shown that the franchise of super giant robots is still the stuff that big summer movies are made of.
Following the Transformers movie came PIXAR’s “Cars 2” that hauled in an additional $26 million for a cumulative $200 million globally. It’s performing less than optimum despite media attempts to paint it as a major box office hit. The movie cost over $200 million to make and has now only made that money back globally but not domestically which is a red flag as it’s up against some super competition in coming weeks. It’s surviv
Fortunately, Peking Palace is a big exception to that generalization.
The menu is huge, as in leave-yourself-an-extra-20-minutes-to-decide huge, and the Pan-Asian eatery offers everything from the expected (pad Thai, chicken fingers, pork fried rice) to the “what’s that?” (Yuen-Yang spicy beef, rice noodle Singapore-style and kimchi fried rice) with nearly all of the dishes under $20. With its offerings of Chinese, Thai, Korean and Japanese (including two pages of sushi-bar selections), plus three-dozen dishes marked “must-try,” two sugar-free selections and two gluten-free ones, the menu demands multiple visits.
We’ve already got our eye on a few things for next time, including the tropical filet mignon tips with fresh mango ordered by the folks at the next table.