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J LHLS Archives: April 2006
Thursday, April 27, 2006
FREE ADMISSION! DOOR PRIZES! ALL AGES WELCOME! BE THERE! (I will!)
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Cornerstone Theater Company presents two free public performances of 3/7/11: A LINCOLN HEIGHTS TALE, a new play written by José Cruz González and directed by Laurie Woolery. Over 65 students from three Lincoln Heights Schools will perform with the support of professional theater artists. [more]
Posted by Ginger Mayerson @ 09:32 PM PST [Link]
Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Toonami Jetstream Announced
Yesterday VIZ Media and Cartoon Network announced a joint venture called Toonami Jetstream, a broadband service to provide on-demand streaming video of anime series such as Hikaru no Go and Naruto. The free, ad-supported service will launch on July 17.
"Cartoon Network has long been the dominant TV provider of the best anime and action," said Paul Condolora, senior vice president and general manager of Cartoon Network New Media. "And we were the first to stream, in 2001, full-length anime series online. Now, with this joint venture with VIZ Media, we will give our fans the chance to view our top shows on-demand and follow new series that cannot be seen anywhere else. We also believe this will bring new fans to the action/anime genre, create interest in new shows and build the overall popularity of "Toonami” on Cartoon Network."
The series available at launch will be: Naruto, Samurai Jack, Hikaru no Go, MAR, and The Prince of Tennis. Additional series planned for release include Megaman NT Warrior and Zoids Genesis. I'm looking forward to giving this service a try -- maybe it will help me justify my broadband bill. [more]
Posted by Tom Good @ 01:08 PM PST [Link]
Tuesday, April 25, 2006
A Hunger Like No Other
By Kresley Cole
Pocket Books, 2006
Review by Lynn Loper
I read this book in one day. Usually when I review romance/gothic novels, it takes me a couple of weeks of determined effort, because most of those novels don't have anything like a plot or characters. They have elements plucked from someplace – usually other bad novels – that the author messed around with and plunked back onto vulnerable pages. Enigmatic/violent hero with accent? Check. Lingerie? Check. Back story? Check. Euphemistic terms for sex? Double check. [more]
Posted by Lynn Loper @ 12:19 PM PST [Link]
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