Лидер культовой группы The Rolling Stones Мик Джаггер стал отцом уже в восьмой раз. Как сообщает Associated Press, теперь у 73-летнего Джаггера есть общий ребенок с его 29-летней подругой Мелани Хемрик, с которой он встречается уже 2 года. Стоит отметить, что теперь у знаменитого музыканта 8 детей от пятерых женщин. Еще у Джаггера имеется 5 внуков и даже один правнук. Но женат Джаггер был всего 2 раза. Первый раз на никарагуанке Бьянке Джаггер (1971—1979), второй раз на модели Джерри Холл (1983—1999). Ранее сообщалось, что пока Хемрик готовилась родить рок-звезде очередного наследника, супермодель из Таганрога успела закрутила роман с Джаггером.
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The Rolling Stones singer and ballerina girlfriend Melanie Hamrick, 29, delighted by birth of their son in New YorkMick Jagger, frontman of the Rolling Stones, has become a father for the eighth time, his publicist has confirmed. The musician, 73, and his girlfriend, 29-year-old American ballerina Melanie Hamrick, welcomed their first son in New York on Thursday. Continue reading...
73-летний легендарный британский рок-музыкант - вокалист рок-группы The Rolling Stones Мик Джаггер в восьмой раз стал отцом. Эту информацию телерадиокомпании BBC подтвердил представитель музыканта. Кто именно родился – мальчик или девочка, пока официально не сообщается.
Матерью восьмого ребёнка Мика Джаггера стала Мелани Хамрик, балерина, передаёт Би-би-си. Она моложе вокалиста The Rolling Stones на 44 года — ей 29 лет. О том, что Хамрик беременна, стало известно в июле текущего года. Пол малыша пока не раскрывается. До сегодняшнего дня перевес среди детей Джаггера был на женской стороне. Однако теперь число сыновей и дочерей могло сравняться. Старшей дочери Джаггера Кэрис 46 лет, второй по старшинству дочери Джейд 45 лет. Третья — 32-летняя Элизабет. Четвертый ребёнок Джаггера — 31-летний сын Джеймс. Пятая — Джорджия Мэй Джаггер, которой 24 года. Шестой — Габриэль Джаггер — 18 лет, а седьмой — Лукас Морис Морад Джаггер, которому 17 лет. The Rolling Stones выпустила за свою полувековую историю 29 студийных альбомов, ещё 24 концертных альбома, 27 мини-альбомов, 91 сборник и 109 синглов. Их первая пластинка была представлена на суд публики в 1964 году. А последний альбом — Blue & Lonesome — вышел в начале текущего месяца.
У 73-летнего вокалиста рок-группы The Rolling Stones Мика Джаггера родился восьмой ребенок. Подруга Джаггера, 29-летняя балерина Мелани Хамрик, родила мальчика в Нью-Йорке. Сообщается, что мама и малыш чувствуют себя хорошо. У Джаггера есть еще 7 детей в возрасте от 17 до 45 лет, в 2014 году он стал прадедушкой. За полвека карьеры группа выпустила около 50 студийных и концертных альбомов, которые разошлись
HONESTLY, I THINK SHE HAS A PRETTY STRONG CASE THIS TIME: Jill Stein Demands Recount Of “Rolling Stone’s 50 Best Albums Of 2016.”
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Dylan’s one-time best friend and Martin Scorsese’s creative partner tells of music, drugs and self-destructionIn his early years, Bob Dylan always seemed to need a confidant, an accomplice, a sidekick. These semi-famous figures, silhouetted against the penumbra of his growing celebrity, included Victor Maymudes, his tour manager and protector during the rapid ascent to fame in the early 1960s, and Bob Neuwirth, a fellow graduate from the folk clubs, with whom he perfected the art of the slashing verbal putdown, as immortalised in DA Pennebaker’s documentary film of Dylan’s 1965 British tour, Don’t Look Back. But when the singer returned to Britain in 1966, his new best friend was someone capable of making a serious contribution to the development of his music. In Robbie Robertson, Dylan found the perfect buddy on every level – for a while, at least.As the guitarist with the rock’n’roll band that came out to join him for the second half of each concert during a controversial tour, Robertson provided Dylan with moral as well as musical support when the howls of outraged folkniks attempted to drown the amplified crunch of “Like a Rolling Stone”. Born in Toronto to a part-Mohawk mother and a Jewish father, at 22 he was two years younger than Dylan and had been on the road since leaving home in his mid-teens to audition for a job with Ronnie Hawkins, a gnarled rock’n’roll veteran, and his crack band, the Hawks. After six years of playing bars and clubs to rough, tough audiences, he was able to help Dylan navigate his way through a hostile time. Continue reading...
While America was slowly coming to realize that Donald Trump had pulled off one of the greatest upsets in political history, First Lady Michelle Obama was sound asleep."I went to bed. I don’t like to watch the political discourse; I never have,” Obama told People Magazine, adding of her husband, “I barely did with him.”But by the time she tucked in on election night, the first lady had become a common sight on the campaign trail and a speaker who rivaled the president.In fact, even the president's own spokesman acknowledged that Michelle Obama had become Hillary Clinton's most effective campaign surrogate.The first lady became known for her emotion-packed speeches, first in Philadelphia at the Democratic convention in July, and then in New Hampshire when she told Clinton supporters in October that Trump's rhetoric, including what he said about women on a leaked video tape, had left her "shaken to her core."Michelle Obama regrets none of the harsh judgments she voiced during the campaign, she told People. But now that the election is over, she said, it's important to ensure a smooth transition.“Anything that I felt about the election I said and I stand by,” Michelle Obama said.Since November, President Obama has abruptly cut off any speculation about his wife's future political ambitions."Michelle will never run for office. She is as talented a person as I know," President Obama told Rolling Stone in a recent interview. "You can see the incredible resonance she has with the American people. But I joke that she's too sensible to want to be in politics."
From the anthemic to the polemic, here are some of the most influential songs by the self-proclaimed ‘Rolling Stones of rap’ What made Public Enemy so different from their contemporaries, according to Russell Simmons of Def Jam Recordings, was that “Public Enemy didn’t rap about partying … Public Enemy talked about the state of black America, and how every black kid in America was a public enemy.” But leader Chuck D had yet to perfect his fiery blend of rhetoric and polemic on the 1987 debut album Yo! Bum Rush the Show, which – the storming Rightstarter (Message to a Black Man) aside – often avoided explicit politics in favour of boasting about their rides (You’re Gonna Get Yours), bigging up their crew (Too Much Posse) and occasionally slipping into ugly sexism (Sophisticated Bitch). Miuzi Weighs a Ton was the genesis of Public Enemy at their apex, however, with Chuck’s extended machine-gun metaphor talking up the firepower between his ears, while the stone age drum-machine beats and sonic-boom scratches and samples were muscular and heavy. A sly tempo change between verse and chorus, meanwhile, suggested that production team the Bomb Squad – Eric Sadler, and brothers Hank and Keith Shocklee – had ambitions beyond early hip-hop’s sparse, simple template. Continue reading...
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Приступая после 11-летнего перерыва к записи 23-го (25-го по американской дискографии) за 54 года «номерного» альбома, 70-летние рокеры оказались в затруднительном положении. Им просто не о чем петь. Три кита, на которых стоит рок-музыка, – сексуальная неудовлетворенность, вызов истеблишменту и политический протест – в их случае выглядят двусмысленно, если не просто фальшиво. О какой «бэби» может страдать сэр Мик, если эти «бэби» годятся ему уже не в дочки, а во внучки, что обществом прямо не запрещается, но не приветствуется. А для него это не пустой звук: британские рокеры первой волны давно вошли в элиту британского общества – и совершенно обоснованно, потому что они своими гитарами снова завоевали Новый Свет для королевы Елизаветы, как их предки для другой Елизаветы завоевывали его шпагами.
"Blue & Lonesome" (Polydor) is set to be the group’s first new studio album to reach the chart summit since "Voodoo Lounge."
Оригинал взят у proshakov в Круглый дом , март 1970The Roundhouse был построен в 1847 году и первое время использовался как паровозное депо для железной дороги London and Birmingham Railway, связывавшей Лондон и Бирмингем. Авторами проекта были архитекторы Роберт Б. Докрей (англ. Robert B. Dockray) и Роберт Стивенсон (англ. Robert Stephenson), исполнителем — компания Branson & Gwyther. Уже спустя десять лет выяснилось, что строение не соответствует размерам новых локомотивов. Начиная с 1867 года строение использовалось для самых разнообразных целей, в частности, почти полвека компания W & A Gilbey Ltd. использовала его как склад алкогольной продукции. Незадолго до начала Второй мировой войны «Депо» окончательно пришло в запустение. Оно открылось вновь лишь в 1964 году как здание театра; драматург Арнольд Уэскер разместил здесь свою компанию Centre 42. Начиная с 1966 года, после того, как здание, не имевшее владельца, взял под свою опеку толгда еще только образованный Совет Большого Лондона, The Roundhouse стал концертным залом. Здесь стали регулярно проводиться концерты андеграундных лондонских групп; 15 октября 1966 года Soft Machine и Pink Floyd выступили здесь на открытии андеграундной газеты International Times. В Roundhouse состоялся единственный в Великобритании концерт The Doors (1968), здесь же в 1972 году прошёл Greasy Truckers Party с участием Hawkwind. В разное время здесь выступали Rolling Stones, Jeff Beck, Zoot Money, Дэвид Боуи, The Sinceros, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Incredible String Band, Jefferson Airplane, The Clash, The Stranglers, Jade Warrior. В 1970-х годах развивалась и театральная традиция The Roundhouse. Здесь шли мюзиклы «Catch My Soul» (1969), «1776» и получившая скандальную известность пьеса «Oh! Calcutta!». В 1983 году Совет Большого Лондона передал здание в ведение Кэмденского совета, и концерты здесь прекратились. Компания Centre 42 лишила центр финансовой поддержки, до 1996 (когда его выкупил местный бизнесмен) здание практически пустовало. В 2004 году The Rounhouse вновь закрылся для масштабной реконструкции. 1 июня 2006 года бродвейское шоу «Fuerzabruta» ознакоменовало открытие «Нового депо» (New Roundhouse). С тех пор именно здесь проходят ежегодные концерты фестиваля iTunes, BBC Electric Proms, а также церемонии вручения различных музыкальных наград и премий, в частности, The BT Digital Music Awards и Vodafone Live Music Awards. 1.2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Индейцы сиу празднуют победу: власти США решили остановили строительство нефтепровода, который должен был пройти под землями племени. Магистраль должна была доставлять сланцевую нефть из Северной Дакоты на НПЗ в Иллинойсе. Теперь Инженерный корпус Армии США, который занимался проектом, остановит работы и заново займётся оценкой рисков для окружающей среды. Standing Rock protestors celebrate as Dakota Access Pipeline easement denied https://t.co/rqaHc6IJWw— Rolling Stone (@RollingS… ЧИТАТЬ ДАЛЕЕ: http://ru.euronews.com/2016/12/05/sioux-tribe-welcomes-halt-to-ndakota-pipeline euronews: самый популярный новостной канал в Европе. Подписывайтесь! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronewsru euronews доступен на 13 языках: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels На русском: Сайт: http://ru.euronews.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronewsru Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101036888397116664208/100240575545901894719/posts?pageId=101036888397116664208 VKontakte: http://vk.com/ru.euronews
Группа The Rolling Stones выпустила первый за более чем десять лет новый альбом. БОРИС БАРАБАНОВ считает, что поклонники, конечно, готовы принять их любыми, но предпочли бы, чтобы не "Blue & Lonesome" оказался их лебединой песней.
In the first and second parts of our interview series with Chuck Leavell, the versatile keyboardist/conservationist discussed his longtime touring and recording with The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton and the Allman Brothers Band, how he handles fear, his new TV pilot about forestry and his thoughts about Donald Trump and [...]
TRUMP on Twitter: I’ll punish companies that ship jobs overseas -- PENCE’S POWER PLAY -- Trump’s tax nightmare -- SPOTTED at ERIC WILSON and RACHAEL DEAN wedding -- B’DAY: Al Hunt
Good Sunday morning. 47 days until Donald Trump becomes president of the United States. Kellyanne Conway spoke to reporters this morning at Trump Tower and said the search for a secretary of state search has expanded beyond the four previously known candidates: presumably Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, David Petraeus and Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.). Trump will interview more people this week, she said.THE PRESIDENT ELECT is tweeting this morning. 6:41 a.m.: “The U.S. is going to substantialy [sic] reduce taxes and regulations on businesses, but any business that leaves our country for another country, … fires its employees, builds a new factory or plant in the other country, and then thinks it will sell its product back into the U.S. ...... without retribution or consequence, is WRONG! There will be a tax on our soon to be strong border of 35% for these companies ...... wanting to sell their product, cars, A.C. units etc., back across the border. This tax will make leaving financially difficult, but..... these companies are able to move between all 50 states, with no tax or tariff being charged. Please be forewarned prior to making a very … expensive mistake! THE UNITED STATES IS OPEN FOR [email protected]: “Dick Cheney praises Trump’s going around the press to communicate by tweet: ‘We don’t need you guys anymore.’ #RNDF”-- A FEW THOUGHTS to unpack. Yes, congressional Republicans have been dying to reform the tax code for years. But most Republicans privately say they are against punitive tariffs to keep jobs in the U.S. Costs would go through the roof. Furthermore, there are also significant concerns about Trump making deals on a company-by-company basis. Not to mention, the Carrier deal only worked because Pence is still governor of Indiana.TRUMP’S WORLD -- “Dispensing With Tip-Toeing, Trump Puts Taiwan in Play: The future of U.S.-China relations depends on Trump’s intentions with Tsai phone call,” by WSJ’s Andrew Browne in Taipei: “Donald Trump took the call. The voice on the other end of the line was Taiwan’s president congratulating him. They chatted for a few minutes about economic matters and security—the normal business of politics. Why all the fuss? After all, China didn’t object too strenuously, directing its displeasure primarily toward Taiwan for what it called a ‘petty trick.’ That’s far from the explosion Beijing’s past behavior may have indicated for such a breach of protocol: No president-elect, or president, has spoken to a Taiwan leader since Washington cut formal diplomatic ties with Taipei and recognized the People’s Republic in 1979. Yet the future of U.S.-China relations, and the stability of East Asia, depends in large part on what Mr. Trump meant by the exchange.” http://on.wsj.com/2h7hcEOSUNDAY BEST -- MIKE PENCE on “Meet the Press” with Chuck Todd -- TODD: “What is your advice to your counterparts in China?” PENCE: “I think I would just say to our counterparts in China that this was a moment of courtesy. The president-elect talked to President Xi two weeks ago in the same manner that was not a discussion about policy. And we’re going to be preparing after January 20th to advance now what will be President Trump’s agenda on the world stage and we’ll deal with policy at that time.”--PENCE to Todd on “Meet the Press” -- asked about Petraeus: “General David Petraeus is an American hero, led forces in battle, acquitted himself with great distinction ... He paid a price for mishandling classified information. ... I think the president-elect will weigh that against a backdrop of an extraordinary career in military service whether it’s in the role as Secretary of State or in another role in this administration. It’ll be the president-elect’s decision about the totality of General Petraeus’ experience and background ... He’s an American hero and has our great respect.” 1-min. video http://nbcnews.to/2g7K121 ... Transcript of Pence and Petraeus on "This Week" http://abcn.ws/2gV9Vat ALL IN THE FAMILY -- “Business Since Birth: Trump’s Children and the Tangle That Awaits,” by NYT’s Matt Flegenheimer, Rachel Abrams, Barry Meier and Hiroko Tabuchi: “[A]n examination of the professional histories of the three children — who also serve on the presidential transition team — shows how deeply the Trump family, Trump business and Trump politics are interwoven, raising significant doubts about how meaningful a wall can ever be erected between Mr. Trump and his heirs at the Trump Organization. “For years, the three siblings have operated with few rigid dividing lines in their international travels as ambassadors of the Trump brand, allowing them to lean heavily on the reputation and financial backing of their father while establishing their own credibility in business. It is not merely that the Trumps are at peace commingling family and business. They have known no other way. Officially, all three siblings are executive vice presidents for development and acquisitions. Practically, they have served as their father’s advance guard: the polished public faces of the next Trump generation, conducting initial meetings with prospective partners and reporting back to Mr. Trump.” http://nyti.ms/2gV9f2BTRUMP INC. -- “Trump’s tax nightmare: The president-elect would have to navigate a staggering tax bill if he eased out of his business empire,” by Josh Gerstein and Darren Samuelsohn: “President-elect Donald Trump’s unwillingness to give up his far-flung real estate empire by selling it off or giving it outright to his children may be driven by a factor he has yet to mention publicly: a potentially staggering tax bill triggered by such a transaction. ‘It could be billions,’ said David Herzig, a tax law professor at Valparaiso University ... Trump ... could put off paying part of those taxes by taking advantage of a law permitting a tax-free trade to comply with federal conflict-of-interest rules, but there are legal questions about whether Trump is eligible for it. To take advantage of the provision, he might have to sign an executive order qualifying himself—an action that would surely generate a barrage of criticism that he was giving himself a big tax break.” http://politi.co/2h7hZFKVP WATCH -- “Pence’s power play: The VP-elect holds sway over Cabinet, soothes conservatives,” by Eliana Johnson and Andrew Restuccia: “He may not have the power or mystique of Dick Cheney, but it’s clear that [Mike] Pence is already assuming a serious and workmanlike role as vice president-elect, shoring up Trump’s weaknesses in governing and intra-party relationships. It was Pence who made the call on Trump’s behalf to make it clear the president-elect wanted Paul Ryan to remain speaker. It was Pence whose fingerprints are on the selection of at least four of the eight nominees to Trump’s administration so far — Kansas Rep. Mike Pompeo, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and Georgia Rep. Tom Price, all of whom he quietly elevated behind the scenes.“Seema Verma, Trump’s pick to head the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, worked with Pence to design Indiana’s Medicaid expansion. And it was Pence who helped close the deal with Carrier, which marked the first de facto policy victory of the Trump administration, while his ‘Art of the Deal’ president-elect swept in this week to claim credit before a frenzied audience. Those assignments are a signal of the weighty role Pence is already playing, and they are serving as reassurance to anxious Republicans eager to see a conservative influence on the White House.” http://politi.co/2gPMo88-- “In Mr. Pence’s new D.C. neighborhood, not exactly the welcome wagon,” by WaPo’s Ian Shapira: “In the affluent Washington neighborhood of Chevy Chase, the tinsel, poinsettias and Christmas trees are competing for attention this holiday season with an unusual house decoration: gay pride rainbow flags. When news filtered out in late November that Vice President-elect Mike Pence was temporarily moving into the white colonial with green shutters on Tennyson Street NW -- in the heart of Chevy Chase, a liberal Democratic stronghold -- neighbors decided to greet the Republican interloper with polite protest: rainbow flags flapping from their homes. … [A]t least seven homes on the street boast the flags.” http://wapo.st/2gPVCkHREADING THE TEA LEAVES – AP’s Jonathan Lemire and Julie Pace: “According to two people close to the transition, Trump is moving away from two of the front-runners for the job, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP nominee. ... Former CIA director David Petraeus is still in the mix, though both people close to the transition said Trump’s prolonged decision-making process has left the door open to other options. One of the sources said Trump was open to expanding his short list ... Among the possibilities: Jon Huntsman, a former Republican Utah governor who also served as the ambassador to China and speaks Mandarin.” http://apne.ws/2gPDeZw-- “After Trump-Romney feud, genuine effort to join forces,” by the Boston Globe’s Matt Viser: “Few could have predicted the head-snapping turnaround that brought Romney to a jocular meeting with Trump in a fancy French restaurant [Jean-Georges] in New York last week to discuss a possible role as secretary of state. But conversations with sources close to both men show that they have grown closer, and that Romney and Trump have developed a rapport, talking on the phone several times and holding two meetings. Trump is considering other candidates as well — and an announcement may not come for another week or two — but more meetings with Romney could come soon. ‘Romney’s very much in the mix here,’ said the transition source, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss private deliberations. ‘The meetings have gone well.’” http://bit.ly/2h7spFqTRUMP ATTENDS MERCER PARTY – Per pooler Ben Walsh: “The motorcade arrived at the ‘Owl’s Nest,’ the Head of the Harbor, New York home of hedge fund billionaire and Trump donor Robert Mercer, at 8:35. PEOTUS is attending a ‘Heroes and Villians’-themed costume party hosted by Mercer. ... Asked who he was dressed as, PEOTUS -- wearing a dark suit, overcoat and checked tie -- pointed at himself and mouthed ‘me.’ ... Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon were in PEOTUS’ car and are attending the party. Ms. Conway was dressed as Super Woman. ... “PEOTUS delivered remarks to party attendees who were in a tent on the lawn of the house. … From the tent, what sounded to be a cover band churned out a polished set of contemporary banquet standards (Winehouse, Cher, Gaga, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Adele, Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On). Staff and security at the Mercer property are dressed as Hells Angels and retro Salvation Army members.” Bloomberg story previewing the party http://bloom.bg/2h7kKafKEN VOGEL broke the news of the Trump appearance at the Mercer party 4 1/2 hours before anyone else: http://politi.co/2h1Trd3SNL’s COLD OPEN last night: President-elect Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) repeatedly interrupts a security briefing to retweet random people – TRUMP: “Next I’m going to do what I promised my whole campaign. And I’m going to build that swamp.” KELLYANNE CONWAY (Kate McKinnon): “Okay, don’t you mean drain the swamp and build the wall? TRUMP: “No that’s too many things. Just smush them together. Smush smush smush.” ... CONWAY: “We need to get moving because you have that dinner with Mitt Romney tonight.” TRUMP: “Ugh, do I have to?” CONWAY: “Yes sir.” TRUMP: “Well can we at least have a picture of us together where he looks like a little b****?” CONWAY: “Yes.” Video http://bit.ly/2goq4lu -- @realDonaldTrump at 12:13 a.m.: “Just tried watching Saturday Night Live - unwatchable! Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse. Sad”MIKE FLYNN PROFILE -- NYT A1, “In Trump’s Security Pick, Michael Flynn, ‘Sharp Elbows’ and No Dissent,” by Matt Rosenberg, Mark Mazzetti and Eric Schmitt: “Many of those who observed the general’s time at the agency described him as someone who alienated both superiors and subordinates with his sharp temperament, his refusal to brook dissent, and what his critics considered a conspiratorial worldview. Those qualities could prove problematic for a national security adviser, especially one who will have to mediate the conflicting views of cabinet secretaries and agencies for a president with no experience in defense or foreign policy issues ... In numerous interviews and speeches over the past year, Mr. Flynn ... has maintained that he was forced out as director for refusing to toe the Obama administration’s line that Al Qaeda was in retreat. ... But others say he was forced out for a relatively simple reason: He failed to effectively manage a sprawling, largely civilian bureaucracy.” http://nyti.ms/2h7iq2WPHILIP GORDON in Politico Magazine, “Why Trump’s Foreign Policy Might Prove Less Radical Than You Think”: “[W]hile there is plenty to worry about—and as a liberal, internationalist, former Hillary Clinton adviser far be it from me to downplay the real danger Trump represents—there are reasons to believe some of these concerns are misplaced. While Trump will be by far the most ill-informed, inexperienced and morally compromised man ever to assume the presidency, his foreign policy may not prove to be as radical as many seem to assume. The risk with Trump is less that he will pursue a grand strategy that causes problems than that he will have no coherent strategy at all.” http://politi.co/2h0aGeLFIRST IN PLAYBOOK – “HOMELAND” PREVIEW -- Showtime is running two short first-look videos later today with Mandy Patinkin (Saul) and F. Murray Abraham (Dar Adal) describing what’s on tap for the next season.Per Showtime: “After thwarting a terrorist attack at Berlin’s Hauptbahnhof Station during the climactic finale of Season 5, Season 6 [premiering Jan. 15] picks up several months later following the recent election of the new President of the United States. Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) is back on American soil, living in Brooklyn, NY, and working at a foundation that provides aid to the Muslim community living in the United States.” Saul – 2-min. video: http://bit.ly/2fNnadR ... Dar -- 2-min. video: http://bit.ly/2fSgdDn … Season 6 trailer http://bit.ly/2gl8iQcWHAT WHARTON IS READING – Bloomberg Businessweek, Thursday, “A Reckoning at Wharton, Trump’s Alma Mater: The business school’s future CEOs are afraid. Or thrilled. Or both,” by Katia Porzecanski: http://bloom.bg/2gU5s5s --FLASHBACK, Nov. 6, Politico Magazine, “Why Penn Won’t Talk About Donald Trump: As Trump becomes the university’s most famous alum, campus leaders scramble to protect its brand,” by Dan Spinelli: http://politi.co/2fTXcW7FUN READ -- “The Hillary Clinton Selfie as Political Salve, or Weapon,” by NYT’s Amanda Hess: “Adam Parkhomenko, a longtime Clinton aide, has started a Twitter account, @HRCInTheWild, for tracking the spontaneous sightings. ... In each photograph, Mrs. Clinton smiles warmly. Her face is free of makeup, her hair undone. She wears practical layers — leggings, turtlenecks, patterned fleeces, fun scarves. After the knock-down, drag-out battle of the campaign, the images suggest she has, unexpectedly, found peace. She has cast off the militaristic coats, the pantsuit uniform, the helmet hairdo and the mask of TV news makeup that she wore as Hillary Clinton, embattled Democratic hopeful and Republican villain. Now she presents as a recently retired woman living her best life.” http://nyti.ms/2fZfAIc -- “True to her roots! Hillary Clinton has worn the same Patagonia fleece for more than 20 years,” by James Gordon for the Daily Mail -- with 5 pix on the same page http://dailym.ai/2h7e1NpBONUS GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman: --“Bernie Sanders: Where We Go From Here,” by Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi: “It feels like a bomb went off in Washington. In less than a year, the leaders of both major parties have been crushed, fundamentally reshaping a political culture that for generations had seemed unalterable.” http://rol.st/2h4RJMr (h/t TheBrowser.com) --“Leonard Cohen: Remembering the Life and Legacy of the Poet of Brokenness,” by Mikal Gilmore in Rolling Stone: “For nearly half a century, the novelist, ladies’ man and Buddhist monk built a tower of song – even though darkness was never far off.” http://rol.st/2h4J9NF --“52 things I learned in 2016,” by Tom Whitwell on Medium: http://bit.ly/2gLKkOm --“The Seductive Allure of Precision Weapons,” by Mike Benitez and Mike Pietrucha in War on the Rocks: “The allure of precision weapons has proven too much for policymakers. They have been seduced into believing that somehow, aerial warfare is not the dirty, dangerous, and destructive child of modern warfare that it actually is.” http://bit.ly/2gSyjXT --“They Went to Sea in a Sieve, They Did,” by Shannon Proudfoot on Sportsnet: “In 1969, Donald Crowhurst fooled the world into believing he was completing the fastest non-stop solo circumnavigation of the globe. Then his boat was found, empty and adrift in the Atlantic.” http://sprtsnt.ca/2gYfJfJ(h/t Longreads.com) --“Unclaimed,” by Brooke Jarvis in California Sunday Magazine – per Longform’s description: “On a mysterious migrant in a San Diego hospital bed, and the thousands of families who hope that he’s theirs.” http://bit.ly/2gTW0iL --“How Humans Became ‘Consumers’: A History,” by Frank Trenmann in The Atlantic: “Until the 19th century, hardly anyone recognized the vital role everyday buyers play in the world economy.” http://theatln.tc/2gyzjCt --“The Colombian Peace and its Discontents,” by Juan Diego Prieto on n+1 magazine: “Colombians can disagree without killing each other. But throughout the country’s history, certain matters have tended to fall outside the scope of peaceful disagreement.” http://bit.ly/2gRrLv6 --“A new path for the US and Cuba? What Ike and JFK might tell President-elect Trump,” by Fox News’ Bret Baier, author of “Three Days in January: Dwight Eisenhower’s Final Mission” (out Jan. 10): “As president he will oversee the beginning of the post-Fidel Castro era, with all the complexity that entails. The decisions he makes early in his term could shape our relationship with the island nation for decades to come.” http://fxn.ws/2gRPAmC ... Pre-order -- $21.74 on Amazon http://amzn.to/2gl9MJZ --“2 Brothers’ Thanksgiving on the Front Lines in Ukraine,” by The Daily Signal’s Nolan Peterson: “This war is different from the ones in Afghanistan and Iraq ... This isn’t a country at war, this war is a destination. Once you’re at it, you’re in it. It has been like this in Ukraine for almost three years.” http://dailysign.al/2g2en6a --“Wild thing,” by Jacob Mikanowski in Aeon Magazine: “How and why did humans domesticate animals – and what might this tell us about the future of our own species?” http://bit.ly/2gLP2vL --“The Kurds Are Nearly There,” by Christian Caryl in the N.Y. Review of Books: “And then there are the Kurds. For the past twenty-five years, since a crucial intervention following the first Gulf War by the United States to protect them from Saddam Hussein’s killings, the 5.5 million Kurds of northern Iraq have been quietly running their own affairs.” http://bit.ly/2fS2pxy --“The Devil’s Hair Dryer: Hell is other people, with leaf blowers,” by David Dudley in CityLab: “The crude little two-stroke engines used by most commercial backpack-style blowers are pollution bombs. ‘Simplest benchmark: running a leafblower for 30 minutes creates more emissions than driving a F-150 pickup truck 3800 miles,’" James Fallows has written. http://bit.ly/2gRvQ2g SPOTTED: Spike Lee leaving Union Station this morning en route to NY … Former Sen. Richard Lugar on seat 2F on a Friday morning American flight 5523 from DCA to Indianapolis ... A photographer snapping pics of actor Sean Penn (baseball cap pulled low) at DCA baggage claim on Saturday afternoon … Bret Baier chatting up Sen. Orrin Hatch at Rick and Debbie Hohlt’s annual Christmas party in Belle Haven in Alexandria, Va., where Reince Priebus also made an appearance ... Wolf Blitzer at Joe’s yesterday ... Ari Fleischer in downtown St. Petersburg’s holiday-lit Straub Park HOLIDAY PARTY CIRCUIT -- SPOTTED at last night’s annual America Rising/Definers/Advoc8 party at Capitale where the party favors were Moscow Mule cups with the logos of the groups throwing the party: Tim Miller DJing (pic: http://bit.ly/2g7yn7r), Matt Rhoades, Joe Pounder, Ben Ginsberg, Jeremy Adler, Raj Shah, Veronica Pollock, Anna Sugg, Olivia Perez Cubas, Jill Barclay, Josh and Melissa Sharp, Jeremy Rose and Caity Moran (who got engaged during the Cannes Lion festival this past summer - at midnight on a beach in Antibes, France -- pic: http://bit.ly/2h1WhPo), Brian Baker, Ben Adams, Matt Gorman, Polson Kanneth, Andrew Rafferty, Ryan Williams, Jenna Sakwa, Leah Nelson, Will and Kelly Ritter, Jeff Bechdel, Allie Brandenburger, Ryan Mahoney, Lauren Pratapas, Dan Knight, Jim Bognet, Jared Parks, Amelia Chasse, Rebecca and Matt Haller.TRANSITIONS – “Millennial Action Project hires Layla Zaidane for Chief Operating Officer”: “Zaidane comes to MAP from Generation Progress at the Center for American Progress.” http://politi.co/2gMiKkmWELCOME TO THE WORLD -- John Paul Schnapper-Casteras, NAACP Legal Defense Fund’s special counsel for appellate and Supreme Court advocacy, and Tamara Klajn, chief of staff on policy planning staff at the State Department, welcomed their son Theodore Schnapper Casteras Klajn on Nov. 30. “He measured 8 lbs 12 oz and 20 inches long. Both mom and baby are doing well and we look forward to introducing him to you,” wrote Schnapper-Casteras. Pic http://bit.ly/2gVbtipWEEKEND WEDDINGS – ERIC WILSON, just named to be digital director for Ed Gillespie’s 2017 gubernatorial race and most recently at NRSC, yesterday married RACHAEL DEAN, comms director for Sen. McCain and a Javelin alum, at the St. Mary, Mother of God Church in Chinatown. Pool report from Dan Conston: “The celebration continued at the Willard Hotel, with guests noshing on peking duck wraps, curried butternut squash soup, and chicken Wellington. The party continued on late into the night. There was a wedding cake with strawberry filling and an additional groom’s cake shaped as a NASCAR tire, paying homage to Eric’s favorite sport. There was also a portrait artist on site painting the scene live!” The wedding band was the Klassix; they had previously played Caitlin and Alex Conant’s wedding. Pic of the couple http://bit.ly/2gPCZ0s … The couple on the dance floor http://bit.ly/2gPCXFS … The menu http://bit.ly/2g7yAYi SPOTTED: Sen. John McCain, Ed and Cathy Gillespie, Matron of honor and sister of the bride Jessica Dean Rutherford and Blake Rutherford, Alex and Caitlin Conant, Samantha Smith and Bubba Atkinson, Brittany Brammell and Dan Punaro, Brooke Buchanan, Michael and Hilary Goldfarb, Robert and Cat Jones, Joe Donoghue, Dan Conston, Brian Rogers and Nicole Beemsterboer, Chris Leavitt, Nate Hodson, Mike Haidet, Nick Butterfield, Carla Eudy, Julie Tarallo, Patrick Brennan, Caroline McCain, Kara McKee, Arpit Patel, Cabot Phillips, Maggie Dougherty, Candace Lee, Hallie Williams, Ellen Cahill.--“Emily Cahn, Jacob Singer” – N.Y. Times: “Mrs. Singer, 27, is a senior political reporter in Manhattan for the news and media website Mic. She graduated cum laude from George Washington University. ... Mr. Singer, 27, is a law clerk to Judge Cheryl L. Pollak of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, with chambers in Brooklyn. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania, from which he also received a law degree. ... The couple met New Year’s Eve 2012 at a party in Washington.” With a pic http://nyti.ms/2gULkCP … Wedding pic http://bit.ly/2fZgMvbSPOTTED: Louis and Becky Nelson, Lauren French, Rebecca Shabad, Nate Cohn, Alexis Levinson, Kyle Trygstad and Abby Livingston. --Cathy Keefe, manager of media relations at the U.S. Travel Association, married Chris Reynolds of the State Department in a ceremony at the Hotel Monaco downtown Saturday at 5 p.m. They met through a mutual friend when Chris was working overseas. Pic http://bit.ly/2fVOWF5REMEMBERING WYATT DICKERSON – NYT’s Alessandra Stanley: “C. Wyatt Dickerson, a dapper investor and real estate developer who, alongside his wife, Nancy Dickerson, glittered at the top of the Washington A-list from the Kennedy era to Reagan’s, died on Tuesday in Washington. He was 92. His son John Dickerson, the host of ‘Face the Nation’ on CBS, said the death was caused by complications of esophageal cancer. During their 20-year marriage, Wyatt and Nancy Dickerson were the Gerald and Sara Murphy of the Cold War establishment: wealthy bons vivants who witnessed history over candlelight at dinner parties, inaugural balls and even 1970s discothèques.” With a great pic of Wyatt and Nancy “at Merrywood, their 22-acre estate in McLean, Va., around 1968,” per the caption http://nyti.ms/2g7rIdrREMEMBERING MIKE SPICER, father of Sean: He “passed away peacefully on December 1, 2016 at his home in Barrington surrounded by his loving and devoted family, after a long, brave battle against pancreatic cancer. For 47 years, he was married to Kathryn (Grossman) Spicer, who he called an amazing wife and incredible mother to their three children, Sean (Rebecca) of Alexandria, VA; Shannon of Boston, MA; and Ryan (Emma) of Scarsdale, NY. ... He was industrious from an early age, starting work in the boat business rebuilding outboard motors at only 13. … He ... spent several decades in the yacht business, moving next to C&C Yachts in Middletown, before eventually launching his own yacht brokerage company, New Wave Marketing.” Obit http://bit.ly/2gYwXd7 ... Sean posted a pic of his dad and him with the caption: “Sailing in Newport with your Dad while drinking a Narragansett. Nothing better. He will be missed.” http://bit.ly/2fXL6pOBIRTHDAY OF THE DAY: Kevin O’Neill, partner at Arnold and Porter, celebrating with a “post-church brunch with the kids before flying to client meetings” -- read his Playbook Plus Q&A: http://politi.co/2fZyQVS BIRTHDAYS: Griffin Harris (Red Sox tip: Mom and Dad, Ann and John) … Al Hunt is 74 ... Bill Muratt, COS for Sen. Tammy Baldwin … Claire Lucas, DNC member (h/ts Hilary) … Jackie Kucinich Allen, Washington bureau chief at The Daily Beast, CNN political analyst and the pride of Worthington, Ohio, a Columbus suburb, celebrating by surfing on Oahu’s North Shore and then birthday dinner at Haleiwa Joe’s (h/t Matt Dornic, filing from Hawaii) ... PBS NewsHour’s deputy senior producer Anne Davenport (h/ts Nick Massella) ... Politico alum Nick Gass, starting on Monday as a news editor at McClatchyDC, is 27 ... Rep.-elect Francis Rooney (R-Fla.), the former U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See under Bush 43, is 63 ... Edelman alum Craig Brownstein ... Peter Freeman, the pride of Orcas Island, Wash., who celebrated his birthday early in the office with Chic-Fil-A, cupcakes, and making the interns guess how old he was (h/t Team Royce) ... CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux … Ashley (Nerz) Levey, comms at LinkedIn and a Fox News alum (h/t Chip Cutter) ... Ben Keller, VP at Kea Consultants in London ... Andrew Shult, digital director at House Oversight ... Rep. Grace Napolitano (D-Calif.) is 8-0 ... Tyquana Henderson-Parsons, president at Connective Strategies ... Whitney Ksiazek, a field producer for Fox News in NYC ... Cesi Covey … Dani Kurtzleben, political reporter at NPR … Campbell Marshall ... Jon Fleischman …… Matthew Bevens, deputy COS for the Export-Import Bank, a Treasury, Obama 2012 and GPG alum and the pride of Cumming, Ga. (h/t Ashley Chang) ... Shelbi Warner, DLCC’s ops and compliance manager (h/t Carolyn Fiddler) ... Washington Institute’s Louisa Keeler (h/t Ian Byrne) ... Sarah “pedal to the metal” Baron, campaign manager for early childhood policy in CAP’s War Room (h/t Emily Tisch Sussman) ... Joe Britton ... Leigh Strope, an AP and Teamsters alum, now senior director of public affairs and crisis and Dallas market advisor at Burson-Marsteller (h/t Bill McQuillen) ... Lis Buck ... Sean Gagen ... Nate Beecher ... Mike Stratton (h/ts Teresa Vilmain) ... Patrick Collins ... Jennifer Hurley, WaPo’s director of financial planning and analysis and a Politico alum ... Francesca de Quesada Covey, strategic partner manager at Facebook ... Nancy Rose Senich ... Steve Fowler ... Leslie Rhode ... Laura Derby, director of writing at Podesta Group ... Emily Hines … Doug Nation ... Brian Svoboda, partner at Perkins Coie ... Steen Hambric ... Doug Tiet of Rep. Dave Trott’s office ... Yesenia Chavez of Rep. Raul Grijalva’s office ... Meg Badame, LC for Rep. Duncan Hunter ... Fred Armisen is 5-0 … Marisa Tomei is 52 ... Jay-Z (not Zeleny, Zuckman or Zeidman) is 47 … Tyra Banks is 43 (h/ts AP)
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