Beetlejuice (1988), Heathers (1988), Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992), Reality Bites (1994), Little Women (1994), How to Make an American Quilt (1995), Alien: Resurrection (1997), Autumn in New York (2000), A Scanner Darkly (2006) & The Private Lives of Pippa Lee (2009).
“I just loved playing with the Traveling Wilburys. It was such
fun doing that. Oddly enough, with a band that included, besides myself,
Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty and Jim Keltner on drums,
I felt less pressure than I had on many smaller projects,
beause none of us had to worry about the solo performance thing so much.
There was so much input from everybody, and we were all relieved to be
in a band of equals where no one had to worry about doing all the lead
vocals or all the writing. I think a lot of people who liked the first
album didn’t get the second one, Traveling Wilburys Vol. 3.
Unfortunately, it came out just when the Gulf War was starting and the
economy was going down. I remember we were going down to choose outfits
for our first video and we heard that they had just bombed Baghdad. But a
song like ‘New Blue Moon’ [from Vol. 3] has that slap-back echo and the
feel of all those great Fifties records I loved. It stands up to modern
technology, yet has the brightness and feel of a real rockabilly record
from the Fifties or early Sixties. It made me feel like I’d come full
circle in a way.” - George Harrison, Guitar World, 1992
الابن: ما هو الموت ؟
الاب : الموت هو فشل القلب في ضخ الدم للعقل ..ثم يقف كل شيء ساكناً .
الابن : و ما الذي يتبقى ؟
الاب : كُل ما فعلته ، ذكرى حياتك كإنسان .. في الواقع الذكريات شيءٌ مُهم لانها كل ما يتبقى لديك عن ذلك الشخص ، تتذكر كيف كان يمشي ..اذ كان طيباً ام لا .. ابتسامته.. تفاصيل وجهه .
الابن : في صلاة الجناز يقولون للمتوفى فلترقُد روحه في سلام و اراك تجاهلت الروح ؟!
الاب :انها مُجرد جملة لوداع ذلك الشخص ، في الواقع لا وجود للروح ، فقط بعض البشر يجدون حيواتهم اسهل في الايمان بالاشياء التي لا وجود لها ………… لكن فيم تُفكر و لماذا تسأل كل ذلك؟
الابن : في الصباح الباكر كُنت سعيداً لأن حساباتي كانت صحيحة ، ثم ذهب للمحل و رأيت كلباً ميتاً ..الذي نراه دائماً بجوار صندوق القمامة ..نظرت اليه و قلت لنفسي ما الفائدة المَرجوّة من كل ذلك ؟ من يحتاج الي معلومات و حسابات اذا كنا لا نعلم كم سنستمر و متى نرحل ؟ اردت سؤالك بخصوص الروح لأني اردت ان اعتقد ان ربما هو - الكلب - الآن في مكانِ افضلْ .
من مسلسل الوصايا العشر بحسب كيسلوفسكي (1988-1990 )
الحلقة الاولى و الوصية الاولى بعنوان “ أنا الرب إلهك… لا يكن لك آلهة سواي”
Ernesto Valverde is the new FC Barcelona coach. The 53 year old former Barça player was previously Athletic Club Bilbao coach and he will take over for the 2017/18 season. Valverde will be presented on Thursday as FC Barcelona coach along with his assistant Jon Aspiazu and former blaugrana José Antonio Pozanco who will be the fitness coach.
The FC Barcelona president commented in the press conference to announce the new coach that “today I have spoken personally with Valverde and he is happy and excited about the challenge of coaching Barça.”
Furthermore, the president added: “Valverde has the ability, the knowledge and the experience. He promotes players from the youth teams and he has a style and a way of working like ours. He has a philosophy of the game that is very Barça and he is a hard worker. Also, he is passionate about applying technology to both training and matches.”
This will be Ernesto Valverde’s second spell at the Club, his first coming as a player between 1988 and 1990. The new Barça coach won the European Cup Winners’ Cup and the Copa del Rey in his two seasons as part of Johan Cruyff’s squad, playing 29 games and scoring 10 goals in official competition.
Keith Haring creating street art in Japan. Photos by Juan Rivera, 1988.
“The context of where you do something is going to have an effect. The subway drawings were, as much as they were drawings, performances. It was where I learned how to draw in public. You draw in front of people. For me it was a whole sort of philosophical and sociological experiment. When I drew, I drew in the daytime, which meant there were always people watching. There were always confrontations, whether it was with people that were interested in looking at it, or people that wanted to tell you you shouldn’t be drawing there…”
“I was learning, watching people’s reactions and interactions with the drawings and with me and looking at it as a phenomenon. Having this incredible feedback from people, which is one of the main things that kept me going so long, was the participation of the people that were watching me and the kinds of comments and questions and observations that were coming from every range of person you could imagine, from little kids to old ladies, or art historians.” - Keith Haring
(Keith Haring: The Last Interview,” Arts Magazine, September 1990)