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La Vraie Tomb De Jesus Depuis Israel et Le Message qui vien avec ca.Video a voir par Tous les Cretiens

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Lebron James Legacy Discussion On The Los Angeles Radio Station This Afternoon And Take on The Discusion

A lot of people calling and finding discrepancies on LeBron James Legacy and the radio speakers fiercely , l mean fiercely defending LeBron James Legacy basically to a perfect standard. And my take on these discussions are quite simple. One thing remain true no humain being on this earth is perfect. If search on any bady legacy regardless of who he may be.if you cannot poke some kind of defficiency on some one life then we have a problem. Clearly LeBron now is the best player in the league every body knows that and there is no argument there. But defending LeBron James to a nearly perfect stand and ignoring his defficiency and making every body who calls to pin point those defficiency seem a little naive to me and using jalousie as an excuse to explain why so many people are negative about LeBron James legacy l think is cheap and a little unfaire. I curious to find out what the journalist excuses will be if the conversation concentrate on LeBron james weaknesses only without discussing his strength. Even jordan widely considered by people as the best basketball player that ever lived jad weaknesses.a simple example despite the fact he was great it took him 7 years l believe before he started winning after the arrival of peppin. Kobe couldnt win without shaq .he needed the addition of gasol to start winning again. Clearly LeBron james couldn’t win by himself in Cleveland so he had to join wade and Bosch to start winning.those are stein you just cannot ignore.these are facts. Then once he realise he can no longer with wade and Bosch he decided to go back to cleveland to form another supper team with a younger irvin and kevin love that you decide to call the big 3 true or faulse. Clearly golden state was the best team last year. It is only after green get suspended by the league and boggurt get hurt being down 1 to 3 that Cleveland will recover to win. If you ask a lot of leople to find out if green wasn’t suspended by the league then jad Cleveland would have won last year.l will be surprise if people say yes. If you fiercely denied that the east being weaker to the west may haave contributed to the  reason why lebron james may have reach the final 7 times you are truly naive.  We probably for sure do not know that and will never know but truth is the possibility of that not happening in the west seem greater to me.but yet journalist will fiercely find an excuse for that.how do you expect people not hate lebron james when he is being fiercely defended to basically.  To a supper humain with no defect what so ever.they seem to have an excuse to almost every thing throw at them about LeBron. To me I think yhat were lies the major problem with lebron james legacies. At some point if people want to deserve credit of their defense they need to start saying je is great but yet he has onvious defficiency instead of trying to defend him at basically no fault.as we all know no humain being is perfect

 

 

Allen Degeneres First Kiss

I was Interested on Allen DeGeneres First Kiss. Thinking Whooow She finally did it. She finally discovered what she has been missing all this time. Clicking on the picture to lean more I was disappointed to realize that it was just more of the anti aging commercial if anything. What a Disappointment. Hey Allen Try it more you may like it. It doesn’t hurt to keep trying.

George Michael died of natural causes, British coroner says

LONDON — George Michael died of natural causes as the result of heart disease and a fatty liver, a British coroner said Tuesday.

Darren Salter, senior coroner for the county of Oxfordshire in southern England, said a post-mortem has found that the singer died of “dilated cardiomyopathy with myocarditis and fatty liver.”

Dilated cardiomyopathy is a condition in which the left ventricle of the heart becomes stretched and weakened, limiting the heart’s ability to pump blood. Myocarditis is inflammation of the heart muscle.

The former Wham! singer-songwriter was found dead at his country home in Oxfordshire on Dec. 25. He was 53.

An initial autopsy failed to determine the cause of death. Continu reading

FILE - In this Dec. 2, 1993 file photo, George Michael performs at "Concert of Hope" to mark World AIDS Day at London's Wembley Arena. According to a publicist on Sunday, Dec. 25, 2016, the singer has died at the age of 53. (AP Photo/Gill Allen)

Pentatonix Acapella Group Sings 25 Michael Jackson Songs in 6 minutes

The evolution of Michael Jackson by a capella performers Pentatonix has already been viewed millions of times since its release earlier this week. The group sang a collaboration of 25 of MJ’s best known songs in about six minutes. Jackson , also known as the King of Pop died June 25, 2009. He was the eighth member of the Jackson family and was part of the group Jackson 5. He began his solo career in 1971.

How the Oscars spent 73 years looking for a home A journey through the many venues of the Academy Awards

“Just Another example of Los Angeles The Goat To be. The Oscars is In Hollywood Los Angeles Tomorrow Night.  If you Have all The Stars in Los Angeles why do The Oscors else where?” for your information the Oscars have some thing to do with movies and the Academy Award  some thing to do with Music and they all are call entertainment  And They all are mostly run In Los Angeles. The capital Of Entertainment” Do you have something to say about that? The last time I checked Los Angeles was the city of Angeles. continu to read

View from the street of the Chinese Theatre as guests arrive for the Academy Awards.Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection

In 1949, the ceremonies were held in their strangest and most mysterious venue. Only days before the show, AMPAS announced that they would be holding the Oscars not on a soundstage as they planned, but in the “Academy Awards Theater” at their headquarters on Wilshire Boulevard in West Hollywood. Since the theater only sat 950 people, attendance was limited to “nominees, studio personnel involved with presentations and the press.”

In 1953, AMPAS finally allowed their arch-rival, television, to broadcast the show.

Officially, AMPAS claimed they had made the decision so they could put more of their money into cultural and educational programs. They were supposedly pleased with the decision, stating, “It has always been hoped to center activities of the organization in its own establishment.” According to film historian Robert Osborne, this was a bunch of malarkey. The sudden change was the direct result of the growing distrust of the studio system:

The major Hollywood studios—MGM, 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros., Paramount and RKO Radio—had withdrawn their financial support of the awards in order to remove rumors that they had been trying to exert their influence on voters. The new, shrunken seating capacity made it impossible to accommodate more than a fraction of those who hoped to attend, and the last-minute withdrawal of studio support had left no time for Academy officials to raise the needed funds to rent a larger location.

This experiment seems to have been a dismal failure. In 1950, the Oscars moved to the B. Marcus Priteca-designed Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, where they would stay for 10 years.

In 1953, AMPAS finally allowed their arch-rival, television, to broadcast the show. Millions of viewers across the country watched as Bob Hope hosted the proceedings from the palatial Art Deco theater. According to the LA Times, the interior of the Pantages reflected the change:

The stage was banked with flowers and plants and surmounted by Roman columns and a large Oscar as usual but something new had been added. At the back of the stage stood a giant TV screen, and smaller ones were scattered strategically throughout the auditorium. On all these screens the business on stage was repeated ad infinitum.

In 1961, the show moved again, this time to the new Welton Becket-designed Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, far from what most considered the heartbeat of Hollywood. “Interest in the Oscar and the awards continued to grow,” Robert Osborne writes in his book 80 Years of Oscar. “Simultaneously, the audience capacity at the Pantages…had been reduced…and after investigation, no other auditorium in the area was found by the Academy to be either big enough or available on the dates required.” Much to everyone’s surprise, the far-flung venue was a hit, according to the LA Times:

The Civic Auditorium in the Bay City proved to be the most spacious and commodious of the academy’s several one night stands down through the years. A looming expanse just a shell’s throw from the blue Pacific…of steel, glass, concrete, gala banners and welcoming red carpets. But the early night chill seeping in from the sea cast no damper on the proceedings taking place in this modern, sloping, pillarless (nobody sat behind a post) amphitheater packed with industry notables.

The Awards would stay at the Civic for most of the 1960s. In 1969, they moved to the theater most people now associate with the Oscars—the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at the Music Center in Downtown Los Angeles. Opened in 1964, the Pavilion was designed by Civic Auditorium architect Welton Becket in the New Formalism style.

In 1969, Downtown welcomed Hollywood with open arms, proclaiming the ceremony was back “after 40 years in the provinces.”

The Music Center’s construction was spearheaded by Dorothy Chandler, a member of one of the blue-blooded families that had once shunned Hollywood folk. Now, Downtown welcomed Hollywood with open arms, proclaiming the ceremony was back “after 40 years in the provinces.” The theater sat 3,197 people and bleachers were set up for another 3,000 spectators outside the venue. “In the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion the show will for the first time enjoy facilities suitable for what has evolved into not only a glittering social event but also a big and complicated theatrical production,” the LA Times enthused.

The Oscars stayed at the Pavilion for almost two decades and become synonymous in the public’s mind with the increasingly popular televised show. Many were shocked in 1988 when AMPAS chose to hold the sixtieth Academy Awards at the then rather decrepit Shrine Auditorium. Its reasons were twofold—the Shrine could accommodate almost twice as many people, and the venue gave the Academy more rehearsal days.

Until 2002, the Awards bounced between the “cold vastness of the Shrine” and the “cramped confines of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.” When the Oscars were held at the Pavilion, there was a frenzy each year over who got tickets. When it was held at the Shrine, many grumbled over its unsafe location, dingy accommodations, and a backstage so small reporters were “crammed in a tent.”

Oscar statues clustered inside the lobby of the Dolby Theatre.Elizabeth Daniels

These difficulties increasingly convinced the Academy that they needed a home of their own that would meet the many needs of the enormous telecast. This problem was solved when the Academy was approached by TrizecHahn Corporation, who wanted to build a grand new theater complex on Hollywood Boulevard.

AMPAS collaborated with TrizecHahn to build the perfect Academy Awards venue. “It had to be glamorous and beautiful, which we believe it is,” said Bob Rehme, former Academy president. “We wanted it designed to hold a live TV show, with a permanent main camera position. It had to have a large stage, like the Shrine or Radio City Music Hall. And it had to have a very large orchestra pit that could hold 75 musicians—no Broadway show has that big an orchestra.”

On March 24, 2002, the 74th Academy Awards were held at the new Kodak Theatre, just a stone’s throw away from the Roosevelt Hotel, where the journey had begun 73 shows before. For better or worse, the Academy Awards has finally come home—for now.

Delta Airlines celebrates 10 years as the Official Airline of the GRAMMY Awards

Delta's picture                                    Ted Jensen's 2002 Grammy.jpg

Los Angeles’ awards season continued last week with the 59th GRAMMY Awards, presented live from STAPLES Center on Sunday night. Delta celebrated 10 years as the Official Airline of the GRAMMY Awards and added a new designation as the Official Supporter of First Time Nominees in recognition of a decade of partnership and artists realizing their dreams for the first time.

Delta kicked off GRAMMY weekend festivities at its annual pre-GRAMMY event in Los Angeles on Thursday evening with more than 450 customers, friends, influencers and celebrities, including Halsey, Elle King, Gabby Douglas, Kandi Burrus, Andy Grammar, Adrienne C. Moore, Serinda Swan, Serayah McNeil, Daya, Mya and Kirstin Maldonado. Continu reading

Grammys leaving LA for New York in 2018 But the show will return to Staples Center the following year

“Last Night was One of the best Grammy’s I have seen For a while. New York is supposed to be the goat. L.A. is the Goat In the making . It is Getting closer and Closer before The thrown be handed to The City Of Angeles. Just A matter of time before it is confirmed if is it not already been the case,  sorry”

After a long run of consecutive shows held in Downtown LA, it looks like the Grammy Awards are heading back to New York City in 2018. Billboard reports that the long-rumored return of the music industry’s biggest awards show to Madison Square Garden is now all but a done deal.

The Grammys won’t be gone for long though; in 2019, the show will reportedly return to the Staples Center as part of a multi-year agreement with venue owners AEG. Continu reading

Los Angeles Scene From The Movie Woman In Gold. Un extrait Du Film Movie In Gold Turne A Los Angeles

Cette Video Est Un Extrait Du Film Woman In gold Turne A Los Angeles. film a voir . sur Une femme qui amene le gouverment Allemand En court de justice aux Etats Unis pour le Vole de ses Biens Parvenue au temps des Nazi. Au Reign De Hitler.