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1. Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet to ComeIf best is yet to come when you’re 90, then Tony Bennett truly must have stumbled across the fountain of youth on the same day he left his heart in San Francisco. One highlight of this special is seeing host Alec Baldwin do his Tony Bennett impersonation alongside the real thing. is nuts! Tuesday, Dec. 20 on NBC

2. America’s Got Talent Holiday SpectacularNick Cannon, Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel gather for a festive extravaganza featuring this season’s winner Grace Vanderwaal along with fan favorites the Clairvoyants, Brian Justin Crum and Olate Dogs, with special guests Penn Teller and crooner Sal Valentinetti.

When: Monday, Dec. 19 on NBC, City

3. Canada’s Smartest PersonFive weekly winners battle it out in the series first ever holiday themed finale. Gerry Dee, star of sitcom Mr. D, will test the competitors’ social intelligence in the so called Lie Detector Challenge. Can you tell which of Gerry’s over the top holiday stories are true and which ones are false?

When: Sunday, Dec. 18 on CBC

4. HoardersA neurosurgeon faces potential bankruptcy if he can’t auction off some of his $10 million treasure trove to cover his debts. Plus, a woman who loves Storage Wars a little too much has accrued so many storage units, she barely can live in her house. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

When: Sunday, Dec. 18 on A ShamelessThe Gallaghers grapple with the loss of one of their own. Lip (Jeremy Allen White) takes steps to improve his future, while Debbie (Emma Kenney) and Carl (Ethan Cutkosky) get roped into a new scheme concocted by Frank (William H. Macy). The more things change, the more they stay the same.

When: Sunday, Dec. Canada’s Walk of Fame 2016This special features highlights from the annual gala ceremony, which took place last fall in Toronto. Inductees this year are Jason Priestley, Darryl Sittler, Jeanne Beker, Corey Hart, Deepa Mehta and Al Waxman. Presenters include Tatiana Maslany, Nelly Furtado and Kiefer Sutherland.

When: Monday, Dec. 19 on Global

7. ScorpionWhile Tim (Scott Porter) has a big decision to make regarding his future, the team encounters gun runners and Ralph (Riley B. Smith) winds up getting kidnapped on Christmas Eve at an electronics free mountain getaway. Wow, I would REALLY complain to my service provider.

When: Monday, Dec. 19 on CBS, City

8. The Great Christmas Light FightFour festive families showcase their spectacular displays, including the Monkhouse clan of Alexandria, Louisiana, whose effort features classic Christmas toys, a high tech light show and a parrot that sings Jingle Bells. Hmmm,
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When the 22nd season of “Antiques Roadshow” premieres Monday, the popular PBS show will feature a marathon day of appraisals done in Harrisburg.

The show’s staff is unwilling to share too many details in advance, but the episode will include residents of Columbia, East Petersburg, Lancaster, Lititz and New Holland. They are among the nearly 5,000 people who went to the Farm Show in June to discover whether they were the owners of a real treasure.

Looking back at the episodes featuring artifacts brought to the show during the Harrisburg stop, Marsha Bemko, the show’s executive producer, struggled to pick out a few items to talk about.

“So many good things,” she says. “This was a great city. There’s a reason it’s first.”

The Harrisburg appraisals are featured in three separate episodes, including Monday’s. The others will air Jan. 15 and Jan. 22.

For the latest season of “Antiques Roadshow,” the crew from WGBH Boston also traveled to Portland, Oregon; Green Bay, Wisconsin; St. Louis; New Orleans; and Newport, Rhode Island. When planning a new season, the show looks for new cities as well as past favorites.

“Harrisburg was such a good city that it’s going to be our season premiere in January, which says a lot about the material we captured,” Bemko says.

A ‘chocolate pot’The season opens with a woman telling the backstory of a “chocolate pot” that belonged to her husband’s grandfather.

“She tells the story of how he would hide it if any handyman or anyone would come to the house,” Bemko says. “He didn’t want that person coming back and walking off with it. He knew it was a good thing.”

The tinware pot was made around 1880 and is painted with toile flowers in primary colors. The family called it a chocolate pot and passed it down through the generations.

Watch: Video of the ‘chocolate pot’ appraisalAppraiser Kelly Wright of Freeman’s in Philadelphia called it a great example of Pennsylvania Dutch tinware. Seeing the bright colors on this pot are an exciting find, Wright says in the episode, because black is the most common color. He priced the painted coffee pot at $7,000 to $9,000.

“Are you kidding?” the stunned woman says in the episode. “Never in a million years would I have thought that.”

“No wonder he hid it away,” Bemko tells LNP. He escaped three times and attempted even more escapes.

For one escape attempt, from Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary, he collected material from the prison dentist and made a lifelike head.

“The man had talent. It really is a good head. It has hair on it,” Bemko says. “He made a hand, too, so he could put the head and the hand on the bed and . escape. He was not successful.”

A prison warden kept the head. His grandson brought it to be appraised in Harrisburg. The expert estimated the head is worth $2,500 to $3,500.

“You’ve got to laugh at this a little bit. ‘Roadshow’ has a head in a box,” Bemko says. “We’ve had busts and things like that. Staff received photos of more than 1,000 pieces and picked fewer than a dozen for the show.

One furniture set was made by George Nakashima, a world renowned woodworker popular for his work in the American craft movement.

The woman who loaned the furniture said her parents bought a set of chairs in the 1970s from Nakashima’s studio in New Hope, Bucks County. Her parents paid $100 and $150 for the chairs. She returned in the 1990s and bought a table from Nakashima’s daughter for $5,000.

“There we have two generations of buyers buying from two generations of makers,” Bemko says.

The table and chairs combined were appraised by the show at $13,000 to $17,000.

NASA nurseA woman brought in artifacts from an aunt who worked at NASA and started the first aerospace nurse course.

The aunt, Pearl Tucker, worked with astronauts in the 1960s and saved photos of Gus Grissom and Roger Chaffee, plus other items like the astronauts’ menus.

When there were tragedies, like the Apollo 1 disaster, Tucker would help with the autopsies, Bemko says.
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IN HER brand new art space, artist Judy Gittelsohn prepares four workstations of pushed together desks for the arrival of about 10 developmentally challenged children.

At each workstation, she has placed a plant sprout in a cup, her outline drawing of the plant divided into six panels and neatly filled palates of colored paint. The children will paint one square each in this composite picture that Gittelsohn likens to quilting. “It’s about the cycle of life,” she explains, just before the children arrive in a flurry of activity.

With two aids in tow, they chatter, sit, stand, explore, sit as Gittelsohn explains the objective through the din. Colors flow; paints, papers, brushes are in disarray, and it’s over in a matter of minutes. Watching the kids interact with the project at hand, you see moments of intense concentration, of delight, of being engrossed in the hand to eye experience the majority of these moments are measured in seconds, split seconds.

Gittelsohn is not disappointed. Surveying the finished paintings, she marvels at the unique personality each student has contributed. “Just like a thumb print,” Gittelsohn comments, “our marks application of paint, marker, pencil, chalk precisely our own. Amazing.”

The miracle of Judy Gittelsohn is fluidity. An award winning painter with an architectural background, Gittelsohn provides a structured (often elaborately so) template, then she lets go, come what may. Once a finished product is in front of her, goal orientation shifts to “What can we make of this”?

The groups Gittelsohn teaches youth, developmentally challenged children, adults recovering from illness or injury all overcome huge hurdles to paint.

One of her students was a highly paid professional before he fell ill and lost his career to debilitating seizures. “He wanted to draw with perspective, but he couldn’t get his mind around it.” Gittelsohn recalls his breakthrough moment. “I said look at the corners of the room and see if they are an ‘A’ or a ‘V.'” He got it. And she still remembers “watching him smile and begin to rework his brain.”

In the case of illnesses, she points out, sometimes it’s just a question of helping the brain to approach old tasks (“something difficult that used to be familiar”) in new ways.

In her at risk youth program, Gittelsohn devised a project for young girls from East Palo Alto to interview and then paint important women in their community. She compiled the paintings in a booklet simply called A Book About Women by Girls and has saved up nearly half the money needed to print 1,000 copies of the books. She believes that it is important for these artists and their contributions to be part of the community at large.

These artists’ proud sense of accomplishment is the reason Gittelsohn plans to celebrate the new space and gallery for her “Art for Well Beings” programs (thanks to support from Early Learning Institute president Charles D. Bernstein) with a grand opening and all inclusive art exhibit (May 6, 3 5pm).

The work of Gittelsohn’s students can be seen around the South Bay, and at least one of her developmentally challenged adult proteges, Mike Jennings, has sold a number of paintings. With several paintings on exhibit at “Art for Well Beings,” Jennings’ youthful style captures an essence of raw delight. Gittelsohn says he always greets her the same way: “‘You are Judy and I like art really like art.'”
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Translated from the original French by British playwright Christopher Hampton, “Art” went on to win the 1996 97 Laurence Olivier Award and the 1998 Tony Award in its Broadway production.

Local audiences may have seen the show back in 2000 at South Coast Repertory (I did and enjoyed it so much I caught a summer stock production while on vacation in Montana a few years ago).

Based on the Disney Channel original movie of the same name, the show offers a variety of roles for youth and adult actors, singers and dancers in all age and vocal ranges.
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Draft experts have the Saints adding wide receivers. Mel Kiper with ESPN has New Orleans picking Courtland Sutton from SMU 27th overall and Daniel Jeremiah from the NFL Network has Texas A wide out Christian Kirk joining NOLA in the 1st round.

In 2017 Saints head coach Sean Payton was quick to point out that he and the team hierarchy loved Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Payton talked about Mahomes unique arm talent and his ability to make throws from anywhere in the pocket and from any arm angle. That said, I think the only QB New Orleans would be interested in drafting in 2018 is Wyoming’s Josh Allen. Allen looks like he ‘wrist flicks’ the ball 45 yards at times. That said, Kiper is projecting Allen goes No.1 overall to the Cleveland Browns. Jeremiah has Allen No. 11 to the Dolphins. If Allen gets to the No. 10 15 range I could see the Saints trading up to take him. The move would be very similar to what Kansas City did last year, trade up from No. 27 to No. 10 to select Mahomes. Plus, Drew Brees is 39 years old. Even if (when) he signs a new contract extension the Saints still need to have an eye on the future.

Having produced guys like Marshon Lattimore, Michael Thomas and Vonn Bell in recent years, Ohio State has become the Saints feeder program of choice.

While the Saints could re sign veteran Alex Okafor and while they have talented youngsters like Trey Hendrickson and Al Quadin Muhammad, the opportunity to add Hubbard would be too good to pass up.

Hubbard’s intangibles are through the roof which should overcome concerns about his lack of size for a 4 3 defensive end. Realize Hubbard was a safety in high school who’s added forty pounds to bulk up and play DE.

Truth be told, this was a hard pick for me. It came down to Hubbard and two other extremely talented defensive players. USC’s Rasheem Green was a force for the Trojans in the Pac 12 and from a size and skill perspective resembles Cam Jordan. In fact, both players finished their college careers with 16.5 career sacks. I really like Green!

I also considered putting LSU cornerback/return specialist Donte Jackson at No. 27 to New Orleans in my mock draft. I think Jackson will run blazing fast times in pre draft workouts and is a sure fire first rounder.

2nd Round

The Saints do not have a 2018 2nd round draft pick. They traded it away in 2017 for the selection that turned into Alvin Kamara.

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Sometimes memories can leave us feeling uncertain, fulfilled or everything in between and can, at times, shape the path along which many choices are made.

For Hermiston, her pride in being an Ojibway woman is strong, this identity challenged back then as a little girl, because her mother, Anne, was also challenged and belittled because they were Aboriginal.

Hermiston was coming home from school and always walked the same path, which took her through the backyard of a not so nice little girl, whom she usually avoided.

one time her mother came out and I don remember exactly what she said to me, but I was crying when I got home, Hermiston told The Sault Star in a recent interview.

Her mother asked what happened to make her cry and then took her daughter back to the woman house in order to defend her. She told the woman that she made her daughter cry.

What came next has been a haunting reflection ever since.

Hermiston, 65, remembers her mother was wearing an old pair of running shoes with a rip in the toe. The woman began yelling at her at the top of the stairs and then pushed her down on the chest.

She fell part way down the steps, but was saved by the rip in the shoe that caught on something, breaking her fall.

The woman then yelled at them to go back to the reservation where they belonged and called Hermiston mother a black squaw.

Hermiston could not believe what she had just witnessed or heard. But the worry that her mom wouldn have any shoes now made her sad. Instead, her mother took her hand and told her how to deal with this.

told me to not go there, keep your eyes down and don talk to anybody. That what we were told and if you keep your eyes down and mouth shut, they won bother you. Don draw attention to yourself.

But on the other hand, her mother raised them to be proud of who they were, that they were Nolans.

Uncles Frank and Richard were boxers, her grandmother and their mother was Fanny Nolan. She was loved by everyone, just all sorts of people in the area and was a lovely strong woman.

the racism card was always there; you were Indian. That the way it was back then, said Hermiston.

At present Hermiston is enrolled at Algoma University. She is taking a course taught by Jerry Fontaine, professor of Anishnawbe studies at the university.

His classes discuss many subjects, including treaties and how Indigenous people were treated by the Europeans when these treaties were developed.

Treaties were not translated into the Indigenous languages and were often mandatory. And even though the Indigenous people were willing to share; this sharing wasn an option.

Hermiston spook one night during a class about these realities and was reduced to tears.

just can wrap my head around this, it is 2018, how does this still happen? she asked.

Around the same time she had lunch with her sister who has a degree in political science.

said Carol, go and look up and read Doctrine of Discovery it will blow your mind.

The Doctrine of Discovery information did just that, but it also provided reasoning into why some people treat Aboriginals they way they do, why the judicial system fails them so often and why the loss of their languages and cultures was part of the plan to get rid of them altogether.

Furthermore, this documentation has opened up her awareness into the reasoning of this centuries old practice of European invasion, colonization and enslavement of non Christian Indigenous peoples of the world.

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Another impressive feat of ‘Maze’ is its use of the Cork Prison to recreate the infamous Maze Prison (aka Her Majesty’s Prison Maze) in Co. Down, from which thirty eight IRA prisoners escaped in 1983.

His location is an element he describes as “a stroke of luck”, lending the film a keen hand in crafting its tense political atmosphere and placing the team in the supports of Cork City and County Councils, with additional support from Film in Cork.

Burke directs his own script, with Brendan J. Byrne and Jane Doolan (Bobby Sands: 66 Days) producing. ‘Maze’ screens in Galway on Saturday July 15th, with director and cast in attendance.

IFTN: Before we get into ‘Maze’, can you tell me a little about your other historic projects, such as ’81’ and ‘After 68’, and how they may have led you to your latest feature?

“My first short film ‘After ’68’ was set around the civil rights movement in Derry in the 60’s, and ’81’, my second was set in Belfast during the hunger strike. I wouldn’t say that ‘Maze’ is a follow on from them, but it’s a subject I know well, and feel comfortable with. Brendan Byrne, one of the producers, had made a documentary for BBC about the Maze escape called ‘Breakout’, and he approached me with the idea of making a feature film. We worked on the script for a number of years, with support from the Irish Film Board and Northern Ireland Screen and then producer Jane Doolan came on board at a later stage.

IFTN: I understand ‘Maze’ is an Irish/Swedish co production; what were your first steps in making the film and how did all the key players get involved?

“IFB supported ‘Maze’ through its development and stayed with us during a bumpy financing period. Producer Jane Doolan pulled together RT, BAI, and our sales agent Visit Films. But it reached a stage where we were missing a significant piece of finance and it looked like the film could fall through. Then Jane went to Sweden and met with the company that became our co producer Filmgate Films, and together they secured the finance we needed from Film Vast. We shot in Cork prison and around Cork city and county for four weeks, including places like Blarney Castle. Then we moved to Gothenburg Studios where we had built a small set to match Cork prison, and shot for a further week with a mix of Irish and Swedish crew. The Cork shoot was mad with quite a few big action sequences with loads of people involved. And Sweden, by contrast, was a reduced crew, and completely chilled. LionsGate came in just as we wrapped, buying UK and Irish rights.”

IFTN: Your cast is a great mix of well known and award winning actors. What was the casting process like?

“We offered the part of Larry Marley to Tom Vaughan Lawlor quite early on and he was very supportive throughout. I had to tell him a couple of times that we couldn’t shoot on the dates we hoped due to financing delays. But he stuck by the film through thick and thin. Tom is amazing to work with, he really puts his head and heart into his work. We were big fans of Barry Ward already, he plays Warder Gordon. Barry had been in our previous film, the Irish/Italian co production ‘L’Accabadora’, which recently had great success in Italy. Oscar, the part that Martin McCann plays was originally intended as a bit older, but when Martin said he was interested, we were delighted to adjust the part for him. For the rest of the cast we worked with casting director Maureen Hughes, putting together a great ensemble. Then in Cork, extras co ordinator Patricia Dennehy found a fantastic bunch of people, I wouldn’t call them extras, as they were wonderful performers in their own right. They had so much energy and enthusiasm, they add a great deal to the film.”

IFTN: Talk me through the supports you got to film in Cork such as Irish Prison Services, Film in Cork and the Cork Councils.

“Literally, a couple of months before we were to shoot, Cork Prison became vacant. It’s hard to even imagine a stroke of luck like that. At the time, we were planning to build a section of the Maze prison on a much too tight budget. I shudder to think what that might have looked like. Our production designer Owen Power still had to do a lot of work to transform Cork Prison into the Maze but the outcome is visually very strong. Having a real prison for a set adds an authentic atmosphere that would have been difficult to recreate. The Irish prison service and Cork Prison management and staff were hugely helpful and great to deal with. We were able to work without interfering in the new prison’s day to day life. And Tom Vaughan Lawlor did some workshops with the prisoners in his spare time.”

“Rossa Mullin and Film in Cork were also fantastic. Rossa discussed the film with Cork City and Cork County Councils on our behalf. From day one, they were very supportive of the film shooting there and they offered us some funding which was crucial to our decision to move the whole Irish shoot to the city. We used a lot of Cork based crew and cast, both trainee and heads of department like our production designer Owen Power, and cast members Tim Creed and Cillian O’Sullivan.”

IFTN: Following the screening in Galway when can Irish audiences expect to see ‘Maze’ on the big screen?

“‘Maze’ will go on nationwide general release with distributor Lionsgate on September 22nd. The trailer will be coming to a cinema near you very soon. It’s great to be premiering in Galway. When I was starting out in the film business, I used to do 16mm projection at the Fleadh in the old Claddagh Palace.”

IFTN: What are your next moves as a director; will you be keeping to the same historical focus for your next project?

“Most of what I have directed has had some political or historical background, across different genres. However, I am open to anything. Next up for me is the publication of my second novel ‘The Reluctant Contact’ on September 7th It’s a spy thriller set in a Soviet mine in the Norwegian arctic archipelago of Svalbard. Then the ‘Maze’ cinema release on September 22nd, so it will be a hectic month. I have a few scripts in the late stages of development, and it’s always hard to say which might get financed first.
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