This entry was posted on Jul 13 2012 by Savannah Webber
After an unfortunate July 2012, Anna Wintour redeems herself with a stunning cover for the august issue of Vogue Magazine. Photographed by Peter Lindbergh, Marion Cotillard looks effortlessly-gorgeous and stylish in a Burberry Prorsum quilted velvet coat, a look that is simple and appropriately evokes natural beauty, for he Age Issue. The Academy Award-winning french superstar is a muse to Christian Dior, mom to one-year-old Marcel and the indie reine of French cinema who conquered Hollywood back in 2007 with her magnificent performance as Edith Piaf in the critically acclaimed “La Vie En Rose”, and is now ready to for Blockbuster-Gold with the latest of the Batman franchise.
This entry was posted on Jul 11 2012 by Savannah Webber
It all started out in Austin in the early 70s. A very tall and talented musician named Ray Benson got together with some buddies to form Asleep at the Wheel. Asked if his now iconic band personified the Austin Sound, Benson said, No! It was an Austin scene in those days and still is there are many sounds!
The Grammy Award winning sound could be heard Tuesday night at the Dallas Arboretums Concerts in the Garden. Now in its 15th year, the sold-out crowd gathered on the hillside to hear the famed Texas swing music and also enjoy the award-winning Chihuly Nights exhibit.
This entry was posted on Jul 01 2012 by Savannah Webber
When it comes to Studio Ghibli, I’m a fan of their more straight forward films, rather than their trippy confusing ones, with ‘Grave Of The Fireflies’ one of my all time favourite animated films. With ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’, it has the same quirks that can make their films fall flat, while sometimes also causing them to reach awesome heights of coolness!
“When an unconfident young woman is cursed with an old body by a spiteful witch, her only chance of breaking the spell lies with a self-indulgent yet insecure young wizard and his companions in his legged, walking home.”
The thing I loved about it though was the world it created, as often their films make me feel like I’m watching a film based on an awesome JRPG, like a ‘Final Fantasy’ game. But the s
This entry was posted on Jun 25 2012 by Savannah Webber
From July 1 2012, Maori Television will strengthen its language revitalisation focus with the introduction of daily language programming from 10.00am – 3.00pm.
In a move that is supported by key stakeholder partners, the following changes will occur to the daily programming schedule on Maori Television:
10.00am to 3.00pm – Maori language tuition programming.
3.00pm to 11.30pm – Regular Maori Television programming.
The new five hour block of Maori language tuition programming from 10.00am to 3.00pm is designed to provide extensive resources for viewers to upskill and develop their reo proficiency in their own time, at their own place and pace.