Like I said back in my Smolder review, the idea of “rescue” vehicles as Decepticons has always appealed to me. As such, Barricade was a “love-at-first-sight” for me when I first saw his prop car for the first movie. A Decepticon Cop Car? My dreams have come true! Naturally, he was the first deluxe-class figure I picked up from the first movie and was my favorite for quite awhile. Of course, Dark of the Moon has been making me want new versions of characters I already have… so I figured, hey, why not update Barricade, too?
First things first: He’s a LOT smaller than the toy from the first movie. This makes
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Not into Boulder’s touristy Pearl Street scene? Detour to a quiet Rocky Mountain foothills neighborhood alongside Boulder Creek in Central park to the Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse for great food, great tea and great fun.
I’m already a fan of Denver afternoon teas, so an opportunity to enjoy yet another of the Denver tea rooms is a bonus on any given day. What I didn’t know is that Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse is a museum-quality building. Comple
Posted by: Tahlia Havelock in: Top TV Shows
Today, are super excited to be the next stop on the official Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour UK blog tour with a guest post by debut author Morgan Matson on the inspirations and influences for writing the book.
Please give it up for Morgan Matson!
The question that I seem to get asked most often is, “Did you really take the road trip in Amy & Roger?” And the answer is yes.
I have always loved road trips. When
Posted by: Christopher Tisdall in: Entertainment Industry
Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld dazzled the fashion world on Tuesday with a rare nighttime presentation of his fall-winter haute couture collection that conjured up all the magic of a walk through starlit Paris.
With his usual sense for high drama, the white-haired designer transformed the Grand Palais, a stately exhibition hall by the River Seine, into a fairytale version of Place Vendome — a square known as the seat of Parisian luxury.
A silver statue of Coco Chanel, the brand’s founder, stood perched atop a mock-up of the obelisk at the square’s center, taking the place of Napoleon Bonaparte in a wink to Chanel’s dominance of high fashion couture.
The clothes on display also paid homage to Parisian chic, heavy on glamour and chintz but confined to a narrow color palate of blacks, whites, purples and mauves.
“I liked it, it’s very Coco, very 1930s but with the Karl touch to it, that kind of gothic touch,” Italian model Eliza Sednaoui told Reuters TV.
By Sean O’Connell Spike Lee has been telling reporters that he hasn’t made a film in years because it’s tough to secure financing. That explains why he might be getting into the remake craze that has swallowed the film industry.
Lee is in talks to helm a remake of Park Chan-wook’s classic vengeance tale “Oldboy,” according to Twitch. The film is “set up at Mandate with Doug Davison and Roy Lee producing and Mark Protosevich (Thor, I Am Legend) writing the script,” the site reports.
Rumors of a U.S. version of “Old
Injera, a large, spongy flatbread that has a slightly tart flavor, adds to the unique experience of dining at an Ethiopian restaurant. All of the entrees are served on top of injera, and it is also your dining utensil—simply tear off a piece and dig in. Local diners looking for this experience can find it at Ethiopian Cottage (1824 N. Farwell Ave.). Many of the tables are traditional, small and made from basketry, so the tabletop is just large enough for a piece of injera. The restaurant recently added a weekday lunch buffet that is mainly vegetarian. Ethiopian food has a broad range of flavors, from mild to very spicy. Here they tend to be on the gentler side. D Full Post…