This breathtakingly beautiful photo is the unedited work of Deborah Fraser :: Totally geeking out over the stars!
– Steve Jobs
"But the thing about remembering is that you don't forget. You take your material where you find it, which is in your life, at the intersection of past and present. The memory-traffic feeds into a rotary up on your head, where it goes in circles for a while, then pretty soon imagination flows in and the traffic merges and shoots off down a thousand different streets. As a writer, all you can do is pick a street and go for the ride, putting things down as they come to you. That's the real obsession. All those stories."
I wonder what the story is behind these wedding photos and the homage to Casablanca, but whatever the explanation is, these photos were beautifully shot, as always, by the W.Scott Chester Photography team.
Yet another JJ Abrams piece of television gold (yes, I'm predicting that) comes in the form of 'Alcatraz.' This time, we're trying to keep people on the island. The premise centers around 300 prisoners that "vanished" from the walls of the infamous Alcatraz that supposedly shut it's doors in 1963. The catch is, one by one the prisoners start to reappear in modern society, unchanged, and committing crimes once more. How do you solve such a case? Therein lies the mystery that draws us in.
Saw a commercial spot for this new show sliding into NBC's 2011 fall schedule. Taking it's moniker straight from it's British older sister that starred Helen Mirren, the peacock network's Prime Suspect features the return of Mario Bello to primetime television. The gist is this: woman trying to make it in a boy's club. And while the story boards look good, I think a show of this nature would have more effect or profound social commentary if it had come out in the late 80s or early 90s…but I digress. Check it out for yourself.