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I was going to put orange Schubert on my Chopin Lizt, but I'm just too Bizet. Well, Weber or not I can get there in time, it's probably a Weiss decision not to buy any. Vivaldi other snacks I have around, I'm set for at least a couple more weeks!

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Golden Globes 2017: The Complete Party Guide (Updating)
A roundup of the biggest events scheduled for this week to toast the 2017 Golden Globe Awards, held Jan. 8 at the Beverly Hilton.

A roundup of the biggest events scheduled for this week to toast the 2017 Golden Globe Awards, held Jan. 8 at the Beverly Hilton.

It has been almost 12 months since last year’s Golden Globes, a night that saw The Revenant, The Martian, Mr. Robot and Mozart in the Jungle go home with trophies in top categories, along with individual winners like Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson, Jennifer Lawrence, Taraji P. Henson and Jon Hamm. But before any golden trophies are handed out this Sunday, many drinks will be had at 2017’s first Hollywood party circus of the year. Below is a roundup of the major events around town…and here’s to hoping everyone makes it where they’re going on time.

Wednesday, Jan. 4

Moet & Chandon
Doheny Room, 9077 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood, 7 p.m.

The champagne set will gather for the 2nd Annual Moet Moment Film Festival, aka “The Minis,” an annual competition that aims to inspire a new generation of talent dedicated to telling their stories on film. Moet — the longstanding official champagne of the Golden Globes — welcomes this year’s head judge, Bryce Dallas Howard, along with Gina Rodriguez, Primary Wave’s David Guillod, Serial Pictures’ Violaine Etienne, Tribeca Film Festival’s Sharon Badal, HFPA journalist Elisabeth Sereda and Ghetto Film School’s Kisha Imani Cameron.

The Ivory Game
Conservatory, Montage Beverly Hills, 225 N. Canon Dr., Los Angeles, 7 p.m.

Lesley Chilcott, Paola di Florio, Geralyn Dreyfous, Scott Hamilton Kennedy, Pedro Kos and Arnold Scwhartzman are hosting a reception for the Netflix documentary (about illegal elephant poaching) with the filmmakers Richard Ladkani and Kief Davidson.

Thursday, Jan. 5

W Magazine & Audi
Chateau Marmont, 8221 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 7:30 p.m.

Hosts include W’s Stefano Tonchi and Lynn Hirschberg with hotelier Andre Balazs at this always-packed penthouse party to celebrate the Globes and the mag’s “Best Performances” issue in partnership with the luxury automaker. Audi will chauffeur VIP guests to and from the Chateau.

Friday, Jan. 6

AFI Awards Luncheon
Four Seasons Los Angeles, 300 S. Doheny Dr., Los Angeles

The AFI Awards celebrate the year’s “most outstanding achievements in the art of the moving image” — honoring 10 films and 10 TV shows that the organization deems culturally and artistically significant. In addition to the AFI Special Award being given to O.J.: Made in America, AFI will honor movies Arrival, Fences, Hacksaw Ridge, Hell or High Water, La La Land, Manchester by the Sea, Moonlight, Silence, Sully, and Zootopia. TV honorees include The Americans, Atlanta, Better Call Saul, The Crown, Game of Thrones, The Night Of, The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, Stranger Things, This is Us, and Veep.

Estrella, 8800 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 7 p.m.

David O. Russell and Lee Daniels are hosting a screening and reception for Lion director Garth Davis and the Weinstein Co. release. Also confirmed to attend this special event are producer Angie Fielder, Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel, Rooney Mara, Sunny Pawar, cinematographer Greig Fraser and composers Dustin O'Halloran and Hauschka.

Catch LA, 8715 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood

The agency is relocating its pre-Golden Globes event from Soho House to West Hollywood’s new hot spot. Expect the bash to be star-studded as usual. CAA’s Golden Globe-nominated talent this year includes Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica Chastain, Joel Edgerton, Andrew Garfield, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Annette Bening, Lily Collins, Hailee Steinfeld, Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant, Viola Davis, Nicole Kidman, Jeff Bridges, Tom Ford, Barry Jenkins and Evan Rachel Wood.

Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts International Awards
Avalon Hollywood, 1735 Vine St., Los Angeles, 6:30 p.m.

Winners will be announced for the 6th annual AACTA awards, which recognize film excellence regardless of geography, as determined by a jury of more than 150 of Australia’s most recognized filmmakers and executives. Confirmed attendees include awards season standouts Mel Gibson (Hacksaw Ridge), Joel Edgerton (Loving), Nicole Kidman (Lion) and Dev Patel (Lion), along with presenters Isla Fisher, Ruby Rose, Julian McMahon, Angus Sampson, Alan Dale, Damon Harriman and Luke Bracey.

Saturday, Jan. 7

Film Independent
BOA Steakhouse, 9200 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 11 a.m.

Top names from the indie film crowd always start their Globes weekend here (over eggs, bacon, coffee and mimosas) at the Film Independent Spirit Awards Nominee Brunch, being hosted this year by Sterling K. Brown and Issa Rae. The duo will be charged with helping Film Independent president Josh Welsh announce the filmmaker grant winners. Cash aside, expect to see some of this year’s nominees mingling, including filmmakers Kenneth Lonergan, Mike Mills, Taylor Sheridan, Barry Jenkins, Andrea Arnold, Pablo Larrian, Jeff Nichols, and Kelly Reichardt, along with actors Natalie Portman, Casey Affleck, Annette Bening, Sasha Lane, Viggo Mortensen, Ben Foster, Molly Shannon, Riley Keough and Shia LaBeouf. Sponsors include Piaget, American Airlines, Jeep, IFC and AT&T.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles (BAFTA Los Angeles)
Four Seasons Los Angeles, 300 S. Doheny Dr., Los Angeles, 2 p.m.
BAFTA Los Angeles toasts awards with its annual tea party, serving British tea and scones, and cocktails. The event is presented by BBC America and the GREAT Campaign with event sponsors including Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills and American Airlines. Among the British talent vying for Golden Globes this year are Naomie Harris, Colin Farrell, Caitriona Balfe, Claire Foy, Charlotte Rampling, Riz Ahmed, Tom Hiddleston, Lena Headey, Thandie Newton and Hugh Laurie.

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An Actual Scene From Supernatural:

Dean: Cas! *laughs* Damn, it’s good to see you.
Dean: [brushes a finger across Cas’ cheek] Nice peach fuzz.

Castiel: How did you find me.
Dean: The bloody way. You feeling okay?

Benny: Why’d you bail on Dean?
Dean: [defensively] Dude.
Benny: The way I hear it you two hit monster land and hot wings here took off. I figure he owes you some back story.
Dean: Look, we were surrounded, okay? Some freak jumped Cas, obviously he kicked it’s ass, right?
Cas: [ashamed] No.
Dean: [dumbfounded] What?
Cas: I ran away.
Dean: [disbelieving] You ran away??
Cas: I had to.
Dean: That’s your excuse for leaving me with those gorilla wolves?
Cas: Dean.
Dean: You bailed out and what, went camping? - I prayed to you Cas, every night.
Cas: I know.
Dean: You know and you didn’t… [taken aback] what the hell’s wrong with you?
Cas: I am an angel in a land of abominations. There have been things hunting me from the moment we arrived.
Dean: Join the club!
Cas: These are not just monsters, Dean, they’re leviathan! I have a price on my head, and I’ve been trying to stay one step ahead of them, to… to keep them away from you. That’s why I ran.
Dean: [relaxes] [understands]

Dean: Hold on, hold on. Cas, we’re getting out of here. We’re going home. 
Cas: Dean, I can’t.
Dean: You can.

Dean: Hey, we’ll figure it out. Cas, buddy, I need you.
Cas: [brokenly] Dean…


Dean: Let me bottom-line it for you. I’m not leaving here without you. Understand?
Cas: I understand.

give me modern vexleth AU where they are both nature bloggers and they randomly meet up while hiking the Bruce trail ((vex swears there’s been a bear following her but she keeps her food secure and an eye at her back and nothing has happened yet))
and then they realize they’ve been mutuals for literal years
and they fall in LOVE on a BEAUTIFUL HIKE and it’s full of tent sharing and skinny dipping and marveling at how the sun hits faces at just the right angle and taking sneaky portraits of each other


‘16 aug 9 6:55pm
1/100 days of productivity
long post //
I’M BACK FROM MY HIATUS YALL. (and restarting my productivity streak) so much has been going on and my summer was SERIOUSLY SO BUSY. a lot has changed– i moved in with my stepfamily ((from an only child to a stepsister of four)) and had to change high schools too. I’ll admit it. it’s tough as hell. I miss my friends and think about going back home everyday. on top of school stress i have to swallow all the bitterness and envy and pessimism. it’s harder than anything I’ve ever had to go through alone day to day, and I’d be IMMENSELY happier at my old school. but you know what? I’m still happy. I have hope, though alongside resent, hope.
I’m a week into my junior year and so far, at least it feels quite less stressful than my old (competitive af) school LOL. I know it’s just the calm before the storm, and hell is soon to break loose. in the meantime, I’m not being as productive as I’d love to be, but I’m confident I’ll get there.


Today’s News: Julie Tries to Go to a Social Event and It Ends in Tears! (Also: Water is Wet).

So basically my brother was like “come to the concert in the park with me!” and I was like “AHHHH!” but I wanted to go because my bro is awesome but also I didn’t because people+crowds+loud+germs+PEOPLE but I decided to go anyway because I was going to be BRAVE dammit, but then we got there and we sat in the middle of this huge sea of obnoxious people and there was just so much stimulation and all I could think of was how much I wanted to be at home, so I left after 15 minutes. And then I cried all the way home. Yay.

BUT I had a really stellar outfit on and I didn’t want it to go to waste, so ta-da! (Don’t mind my cry face. But I thought it would be good to document the cry face so one day I will look back on this post in 2020 when I can eat food without washing my hands first and I can sit next to strangers without internally cringing, yay)! Sigh. Anxiety sucks. But I’m on some great medication and I’ve got a super supportive family who thinks it’s great that I’m writing a book. 

To all my anxious peeps out there, giant hugs for making it through the day. There are good things out there.

The REAL reason why Bruce doesn’t have a consistent girlfriend is because she would stop that child-soldier Robin thing in an INSTANT.

“I’m going out.”
“Okay, be careful.”
“Come on, Robin.”
“Wait, WHAT?”

Almost every week, I go to our public library. It’s a place filled with so many different type of people. Most are either students or predominantly homeless people. Every time I go, I pass this security guard right here. He says hello and goodbye with a smile on his face to everyone and I never once came up to talk to him. That had to change.

Q: What made you wanna become a security guard?
“The biggest thing was I wanted to help out people. One thing I always saw was like there was always problems and stuff so I just decided hey might as well be a security guard, go through the training and everything.”

Q: Do you ever get nervous something’s gonna happen and you have to be the guy to be on it?
“Oh man, I gotta say, all the time. ‘Cause the thing is as a security guard, you don’t make much money and number one thing is to go home in top shape. No injuries and make sure you get home to your families.”

Q: So you have a family?
“I take care of my sister, she has a bad liver. And my mom, she has a really bad heart. So, they’ve been living with me for the past four years now. My brother’s living with me too. My sister, her and my brother-in-law, they just split up so I have their five kids with me too.”

Q: Are you the main guy supporting everyone?
“Me and my brother, we’re equal. It’s hard but the thing is, it’s family. What are we gonna do? Just leave them on the street? No man. That’s not no option. Family, you gotta take care.”

After we talked, he thanked me for asking to take his picture because no one has ever asked him for that before. Hey, you deserve to have your picture taken.

We are surrounded all the time by people like Moses. The unsung heroes of their families. Unselfish and good people who are trying to get by for other people that isn’t themselves. People like Moses are all around us. Talk to a complete stranger and ask them their story. Literally everyone has a story worth telling. I can confidently say talking to Moses today added such a huge perspective to my life. Here’s to you, Moses. Keep our library safe. Stay safe yourself. Your family needs you. We all need you.