50th anniversary

TODAY marks the 50th anniversary of “2001: A Space Odyssey” premiere. To celebrate, Cannes will premiere an “unrestored” 70mm print, followed by select North American screenings and a 4K Blu-ray releases later this year. ⬛️ “For the first time since the original film’s release, this 70mm print was struck from new printing elements made from the original camera negative meaning it’s a true photochemical film recreation.” Stanley Kubrick would be proud.

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Martin Luther King Jr. is assassinated by James Earl Ray at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee on April, 4, 1968.

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So last year I was the Calgary Stampede Indian Princess. What that means is that I attended 350+ events in the city of Calgary, around Calgary, Germany (twice), Toronto, Pendleton, and Regina (2014 grey cup) all to promote my unique First Nations culture and the connection of the stampede and the Indian Village for one whole year. It was an unforgettable year and I met so many great people, travelled to beautiful places, and learned so much more about my culture. This year, it happens to be the 50th anniversary of the Indian princess program! It’s also the last year that the Village is in the same location. Next year it’ll be on the opposite side of the park. So with that, I’ll be back at it for the 10 days of the 2015 stampede and I couldn’t be more excited! This time around, most of the princess alumni members will attend events together, or divide into groups and attend multiple events, making it more exciting because it’ll be a first for the program to have more than one princess there. So starting with Canada day up until the 12th, I’ll be all around the city celebrating my culture and western heritage. I also may post more about it on here as the days go by. If you see me in the parade (July 3rd) feel free to give me a wave as I ride by! :)

bbc.co.uk
BBC - BBC to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band by the Beatles - Media Centre
To mark the 50th anniversary of the release of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by The Beatles on 1 June 1967, the BBC will celebrate with programmes across radio and TV.

BBC Radio 2 will present two documentary series - Sgt. Pepper Forever and Paul Merton On The Beatles.

Over two programmes, broadcast on 24 May and 31 May, Martin Freeman presents Sgt. Pepper Forever, which will reveal the revolutionary studio techniques used during the remarkable sessions dating from November 1966 to April 1967 and also examine the album’s huge impact on the history of music. They will feature ‘work-in-progress’ versions of Sgt. Pepper tracks - and the songs on the double A-side single Strawberry Fields Forever/Penny Lane, which were also recorded during the sessions - to illustrate the pioneering techniques used by The Beatles and George Martin.

Martin Freeman says: “Sgt. Pepper is the most celebrated album by my favourite band. These documentaries will shed light on how The Beatles, with George Martin, created a piece of work that marked a watershed for what a long playing record could be. It’s my absolute pleasure to help tell you about it.“

You left the biggest mark on the whole industry of music, I’m sure that if u hadn’t contributed with the masterpieces you’ve created thanks to the gifts and talents you’ve always been humble about, music would be so much different than it is nowadays (Im talking about the good music). Happy Belated Birthday dear Kurt, and thank you so much for making my life suck a little less than it normally would have!

THEORY TIME

WHAT IF…WHAT IF TWELVE MEETING HARTNELL…WHAT IF THIS CHRISTMAS EPISODE…IS WHEN ALL THE DOCTORS ARE GETTING TOGETHER TO SAVE GALLIFREY IN THE 50TH????? WHAT IF THIS IS THE MOMENT? I CANNOT THINK OF A BETTER WAY FOR CAPALDI TO GO, THAN FOR HIM, ULTIMATE FANBOY, TO TAKE A LOOK BACK AT ALLLLL THE DOCTORS, AND END WITH HIS FIRST APPERANCE FROM THE 50TH. THIS IS IT.