A little more than halfway through the second run of FX’s limited series Fargo, the cable net has ordered a third season. Season 1 of the drama from creator Noah Hawley based on the Coen brothers’ 1996 movie won three Emmy Awards including Outstanding Miniseries, and the current sophomore season has been widely praised by critics. No cast or premiere date for Season 3 was announced, but executive producers Hawley, Warren Littlefield, Joel & Ethan Coen, and John Cameron will return.
FX president John Landgraf has been public about his views that there is too much TV out there, but those opinions thankfully haven’t caused him to scale back on the quality programming his network puts out. The most recent evidence of this is the network’s decision to bring Fargo back for another round, and audiences can start anticipating a presumably dark and oddly hilarious Season 3 next year.
Though it was hard to tell what to expect from Fargo’s small screen debut when it was first announced, creator Noah Hawley’s approach to the material was about as engrossing and perfect as possible. Season 1 was critically acclaimed as all hell, and earned a ton of award nominations, but Season 2 has really upped the ante, and is currently one of the most lauded shows of the 2015 season, at least according to every website that matters. There’s just something about super-violent crimes and northern accents that people love to get into. READ MORE
This year, the Full Moon rises on November 25, 2015, right in time for Thanksgiving!
From dusk on this night to dawn on November 26, the moon will follow the path of the May sun across the sky tonight. Watch it rise in the east as darkness falls on November 25 and set in the west around sunrise the next morning. At midnight, when the sun lurks beneath our feet, the moon will assume the position of the May noonday sun. We in the North America, often call this full moon the Beaver Moon or Frosty Moon.
The exact time of the next full moon is:
Wednesday *25th November 2015 * 05:44:15 pm (EST)
Moon sign: Gemini 03° 20'
Here you find this time converted into different timezones for other cities:
WELLINGTON = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 11:44:15 am (NZDT)
SYDNEY = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 09:44:15 am (AEDT)
TOKYO = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 07:44:15 am (JST)
BEIJING = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 06:44:15 am (CST)
BANGKOK = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 05:44:15 am (ICT)
DELHI = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 04:14:15 am (IST)
DUBAI = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 02:44:15 pm (GST)
MOSCOW = Thursday * 26th November 2015 * 01:44:15 am (MSK)
BERLIN = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 11:44:15 pm (CET)
LAGOS = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 11:44:15 pm (WAT)
LONDON = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 10:44:15 pm (GMT)
RIO = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 08:44:15 pm (BRST)
SANTIAGO = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 07:44:15 pm (CLT)
NEW YORK = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 05:44:15 pm (EST)
MEXICO CITY = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 04:44:15 pm (CST)
CALGARY = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 03:44:15 pm (MST)
LOS ANGELES = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 02:44:15 pm (PST)
ANCHORAGE = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 01:44:15 pm (AKST)
HONOLULU = Wednesday * 25th November 2015 * 12:44:15 pm (HAST)
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In a lavish wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London, Princess Elizabeth marries her distant cousin, Philip Mountbatten, a dashing former prince of Greece and Denmark who renounced his titles in order to marry the English princess.
Princess Elizabeth, heir to the British throne, was 21 years old. Philip Mountbatten, age 26, had fought as a British naval officer during World War II and was made the duke of Edinburgh on the eve of his wedding to Elizabeth. The celebrations surrounding the wedding of the popular princess lifted the spirits of the people of Britain, who were enduring economic difficulties in the aftermath of World War II.
On February 6, 1952, the death of King George VI sent Elizabeth to the throne, and Philip ended his naval career to concentrate on his new duties as consort of the British monarch. Elizabeth and Philip eventually had four children–Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward. READ MORE
Donnie DeAngelo was a force to be reckoned with in the jungles of Vietnam. Faced with explosions that came close to taking his life, he was a young Marine filled with passion and purpose, willing to do whatever was necessary to eliminate the enemy. Now, years later, he is faced with a darker enemy at home—the wolves of Wall Street.
In Gold in the Coffins, bestselling author Dominic Certo reveals the story of a tight-knit band of retired Marines who bonded during a bloody tour of duty. After returning from decorated combat service in Vietnam, Donnie became the CEO and founder of a successful upscale restaurant chain that he builds into a major corporation.
When he and his combat-weary comrades are persuaded to take their company public, they enter a treacherous journey through the battlefields of American business. Faced with bankruptcy, jail, and an even darker demise, the three friends are forced to take on the system they once fought to defend.
In this taut tale of greed, murder, and revenge, readers discover:
The struggles of survival and readjustment as veterans strive to attain the American Dream and transition to civilian life.
How experiencing extreme tragedies can make you stronger, more committed to succeed, and establish unbreakable bonds.
How the American system is broken, often exploiting the people who believe in it and defend it.
How the integrity of loyalty and courage is earned, developed, and strengthened over time
Haunted by a traumatic past, Jessica Jones uses her gifts as a private eye to find her tormentor before he can harm anyone else in Hell's Kitchen. More Info
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Jones has since starred in two ongoing series (Alias and The Pulse). Alongside her husband Luke Cage, she became a member of the New Avengers during Marvel's 2010 Heroic Age campaign.
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Making the most wonderful time of the year even more festive, Amazon today announced the availability of Indie for the Holidays, a new collection of holiday music exclusively available to stream on Prime Music and purchase on Amazon. Prime members in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Austria and Japan have unlimited ad-free access to newly-written or recorded holiday songs from artists including YACHT, Rogue Wave, Lisa Loeb, Langhorne Slim, Tuxedo, Ivan & Alyosha, The LeeVees & Matisyahu, A Silent Film, Sondre Lerche & Jherek Bischoff and many more.
Prime members can listen to the new collection of holiday songs via the Amazon Music app on Fire devices, Amazon Echo, iPads, iPhones and Android phones and tablets, or on the Web at www.primemusic.com, with tracks available to download for anytime, anywhere listening. For more information on Indie for the Holidays visit: www.amazon.com/indiefortheholidays
A Silent Film—“Christmas at Our House”
Bhi Bhiman—“Who’s Up There?”
Esmé Patterson—“If I”
Family of the Year—“NYE”
Fruit Bats—“Christmas with You”
Ivan & Alyosha—“Being Home For Christmas”
James Apollo—“Go Trim Another Tree”
Kill Hannah—“This Is Our December”
Lisa Loeb—“Champagne (I’m Ready)”
Moon Taxi—“It’s Only Christmas”
Oscar—“It’s Christmas Again”
Reverend Horton Heat—“Donuts in the Snow”
Robert Pollard (of Guided by Voices) —“What Begins on New Year’s Day”
Sondre Lerche & Jherek Bischoff—“Surviving Christmas”
The LeeVees & Matisyahu—“Outside of December”
Turin Brakes—“New Year’s Day”
New renditions of holiday favorites:
Amason—“O Little Town of Bethlehem”
Anna von Hausswolff—“Birthday Boy”
Avid Dancer—“Jingle Bells”
Born Cages—“Ave Maria”
Langhorne Slim—“Deck The Halls (With Boughs of Holly)”
SOAK–“The Christmas Waltz”
Wild Child—“Silent Night”
Throughout the holiday season, Amazon will also be debuting official videos, including Front Row Live Holiday performances and one-on-one conversations with featured artists. More information on all the great artists on Indie for the Holidays can be found here: amazon.com/indiefortheholidays.
Received my GHOUL autographed poster!! LOVE THIS!!! Event organizer Bill Miller sent me this from the Ghoul show at Brownie's on the Lake...I just have to go out there next year and meet THE GHOUL!!! Thanks so much!!! STAY SICK & SCRATCH GLASS xk