Detroit Free Press Published 3:33 PM EST Nov 10, 2018 Welcome to our live coverage of the Michigan football game against Rutgers in Piscataway, N.J. on Saturday (3:30 p.m.). Last season, U-M defeated Rutgers, 35-14, in Ann Arbor. More on U-M: Wolverines at Scarlet Knights: Scouting report, prediction Tim Tebow: Ohio State will crush U-M's playoff dreams Follow the conversation and check out instant highlights from the game. Twitter updates Access to live game blog for mobile users. … [Read more...] about Michigan football score vs. Rutgers: Live scoring updates
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Live Open 2018: Tee-times, leaderboard, live scores - Follow Speith, McIlroy and Woods around Carnoustie BelfastTelegraph.co.uk His Carnoustie housemates already have eight major titles between them and now Kevin Kisner is hoping to making it nine after a brilliant start to the 147th Open Championship. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/golf/the-open/live-open-2018-teetimes-leaderboard-live-scores-follow-speith-mcilroy-and-woods-around-carnoustie-37132252.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37134795.ece/e18be/AUTOCROP/h342/AFP_17S4R9.jpg Email His Carnoustie housemates already have eight major titles between them and now Kevin Kisner is hoping to making it nine after a brilliant start to the 147th Open Championship. Kisner carded an eagle and four birdies in an opening 66 to set the clubhouse target on five under par as the early starters took advantage of ideal conditions. The 34-year-old American is sharing a house this week with defending champion … [Read more...] about Live Open 2018: Tee-times, leaderboard, live scores
The 7th annual edition of the Oak Cliff Film Festival has announced its lineup and the programming for this event continues to be some of the most adventurous and interesting of any film fests in the Southwest. Hosted at the historic Texas Theatre in the Oak Cliff neighborhood in south Dallas, OCFF strives to not only bring some of the biggest festival hits to the DFW area, but also programs plenty of amazing and unique cinema experiences to enhance the magic for filmgoers and 2018 is no exception. Opening with Joan Jett documentary, Bad Reputation, OCFF has some of the most punk rock programming in the country and follows that through with repertory screenings like Penelope Spheeris' legendary punk western, Dudes. Also on the docket are festival hits like Issa Lopez's Tigers are not Afraid, Rungano Nyoni's I am not a Witch, and many others. Whether intentional or not, OCFF has an incredible lineup of films by women directors and the documentary section even includes Half the Picture, … [Read more...] about Oak Cliff Film Festival 2018: Feature Film Lineup Announced! Live Scores, TIGERS, & BAD REPUTATION, Oh My!
By Aidin Vaziri Published 7:39 pm, Tuesday, April 24, 2018 Photo: Michael Short / Special To The Chronicle 2017 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Buy photo RZA will live score his favorite film, “The 36th Chamber of Shaolin.” RZA will live score his favorite film, “The 36th Chamber of Shaolin.” Photo: Michael Short / Special To The Chronicle 2017 Buy this photo Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA to live score ‘36th Chamber of Shaolin’ at Castro 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Wu-Tang Clan rapper RZA will fulfill a lifelong dream when he provides a live score to the 1978 martial arts classic “The 36th Chamber of Shaolin,” at the Castro Theatre on Thursday, April 26. Not only is it his favorite movie of all time, first discovered on VHS when he was 12 years old, but the Hong … [Read more...] about Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA to live score ‘36th Chamber of Shaolin’ at Castro
"They knew that I did this video deejaying that I did at the Hollywood Bowl," RZA says. "They thought it would be cool if I came down and did it at a couple of their theaters." The film follows a student through 35 chambers of training with monks at a Shaolin temple before starting a 36th chamber to teach lay people martial arts. RZA says he first started live-scoring the film by himself, with keyboards, drum machines and DJ decks, but after a few performances, he realized it was too much for one man, “because you’re dealing with all these separate cues, and you need eight arms to do it.”He brought on his friends Tom Shannon and DJ Skane to help out. “Tom Shannon, to me, is the originator of veejaying,” RZA says. “He’s the first guy I’d ever see...he took a couple of VCRs together, daisy-chained them and overdubbed animation over breakbeats. I told him, ‘Look, technology has finally caught up with your creativity, and I’m … [Read more...] about RZA Live-Scores The 36th Chamber of Shaolin in Denver