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Can you bring forth the constellations in their seasons, or lead out the Bear with its cubs?...Job 38:31 Despite how one feels about God, or how one defines God, or if God even exists at all, the idea that He needs defense seems a bit weird. In the
The organization has resisted changing its national policy excluding gays for decades, even in the face of protests. As recently as seven months ago the organization reaffirmed its policy after a two-year examination. Shara Murphy, executive director
Ian Skelly Ian Skelly, Sheffield One of the most promising bands of the early 21st century, the Coral have now assumed an almost dynastic aspect. The band themselves continue to make good, increasingly subtle records, but from their ranks there has
The film was based on a true incident that took place in 1936, when a maid's passionate love affair with her married employer culminated in a kind of oriental Liebestod, with her lover bleeding ecstatically to death after she had severed his penis...
Comment Jessica Simpson has revealed the gender of her surprise second child...That'd give the star a balanced family of a boy and a girl. "It's Jessica's dream come true, she prayed she was having a boy," a source told the website. "She was so happy
Special to The Japan Times Film director Nagisa Oshima, who died in Fujisawa, Kanagawa Prefecture, of pneumonia on Tuesday at age 80, was a leader of Japan's postwar New Wave movement. In the West, however, he became best known for a 1976 film "Ai no
Director Nagisa Oshima occupies somewhat the same place in the Japanese cinema that Jean-Luc Godard does in the French. A complete intellectual, he is much more interested in ideas than stories, and has more respect for the word, written and spoken,
January 15, 2013 Nagisa Oshima , the iconoclastic filmmaker who challenged and subverted the pieties of Japanese society and the conventions of Japanese cinema and who gained international notoriety in 1976 for the sexually explicit In the Realm of
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago Associated Press A boy who was only 10 when he fatally shot his white supremacist father was convicted Monday of second-degree murder by a judge who said the child knew what he did was wrong.
Letia Sawau is still trying to come to terms with his narrow escape after being electrocuted by a loose power line near his home at Nagado Village in Nadi last Wednesday. The eight-year-old boy was playing with his friends when he accidently touched