Dash Cam Captures Meteor Streaking Across North Carolina Sky – Upi.com

Beach Bunny and The Blonds Electrify the Runway for the 10th Anniversary of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim

A map on their website shows all the reports of meteor sightings from Thursday night. Anyone who saw a meteor light up last night’s sky can fill out a witness report . One witness from Selma, North Carolina, identified as Jason B. on the AMS website, reported the fireball “was bright enough to ruin our night vision for a moment.” “It started off like a normal shooting star, turned orange/red (streamlined) and then turned extremely bright green with many fragments breaking off,” he continued . “It made it very low on the horizon (also its brightest point) before being obscured by the distant tree line.” Dozens of messages on Twitter also evidenced the fact that Perjar was not alone in seeing the sky momentarily flash with a burst of green light.
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Art agenda: Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes; ‘Seeking the Ideal Land’ – Yahoo News

The nightmare vision of an American class war in the near future continues in this grim and unsubtle but arresting sequel, which takes place one year after the events in “The Purge.” The violence is loud and bloody, but not graphically gory. The film is fine for high-schoolers with strong stomachs for screen mayhem. The wealthy and powerful cull the poor in an annual, government-sanctioned 12-hour siege of legal murder called the Purge. Eva, a waitress, learns that her ailing father has sold himself to be murdered by a rich family so that Eva and her adult daughter, Cali, can receive a large bonus. Masked purgers break in and abduct Eva and Cali.
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Armed with the hottest models in the business, Beach Bunnys show packed the Raleighs Cabana Grande to the max and closed the night with their Barbarella inspired collection lavishly embellished by The Blonds extravagant styling and playful creative direction, leaving the crowd blown away. Known for creating media frenzy on the runway with previous collaborations by the Kardashian sisters, Kate Upton, and Irina Shayk, Beach Bunny did not disappoint for their highly anticipated return, with their jaw dropping partnership with The Blonds. Together they electrified the stage and transformed the runway into the fiercest nightclub in Miami. The collection, appropriately named Electric Barbarella, included a variety of innovative styles and editorial pieces influenced by the modernity of current technology in the cyber space based on the vision of what a mega babe would wear in a futuristic setting.
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The Family Filmgoer – Sentinel & Enterprise

Zoe Soul, left, and Carmen Ejogo in T­he P­urge: A­narchy

Eva, a waitress, learns that her ailing father has sold himself to be murdered by a rich family so that Eva and her adult daughter, Cali, can receive a large bonus. Masked purgers break in and abduct Eva and Cali. Sergeant, a vigilante with a secret agenda, rescues them, along with a bickering bourgeois couple stranded on the streets. The bottom line: The violence features gun battles with bloodied victims and less graphic images of people beaten, hacked with machetes and strangled. The script includes midrange and occasionally stronger profanity and some sexual innuendo.
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Reviews: ‘Earth to Echo,’ ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,’ more – Lowell Sun Online

Please enter a valid phone number. Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Art agenda: Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes; ‘Seeking the Ideal Land’ 8 hours ago View photo Archibald Prize 2014 winner: Fiona Lowry, “Penelope Seidler” The Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, hosts a trio of prestigious prizes, and the National Museum of Korea provides a retrospective on the importance and meaning of landscape within East Asian art. The Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes July 19 – September 28 Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia Three prizes celebrate three aspects of contemporary art: the Archibald Prize goes to the best portrait painting, the Wynne Prize is for the best Australian landscape, and the Sulman Prize rewards subject, genre or mural work in a variety of media. Short talks take place on Wednesday evenings, guided tours happen daily, and a series of Hollywood films are set for screening on Wednesdays and Sundays, August 20 – October 5.
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