Gabriele Malacrido, a 27 year old traffic engineer from Como, and his 21 year old bride, Mara, arrived last Tuesday night on their honeymoon. They had three days in New York. Wednesday they boarded a minibus outside the Sbarro’s restaurant, at Broadway and 46th Street, for a four hour tour of Manhattan..
By the way, MAC also has Adil Hussain in it. He also a really gifted actor. So I had a lot of fun working on MAC.. 12/15/2017 New versions of PEBrowseDbg64 Interactive (V6.4) and PEBrowse64 Professional (V6.4) are available. Both programs can now suppress the display of the upper 4 bytes of addresses in the disassembly window and the jump direction hints are more intuitive (see screenshots for a preview). PEBrowseDbg64 helps the user to create IEFO entries.
My first day of j school (journalism school, for those who haven suffered through it) they told me this important fact: there are no student journalists. No, if you report, and have a passion for it, you can call yourself a journalist just like that. Technically I didn even need a degree to qualify.
“Going from just being involved in a general club to representing the youth of all of New York was an amazing opportunity.” Strange travelled with one athlete and her advisor to North Carolina for five days. There, she heard the CEO of Special Olympics speak, along with other national leaders. She attended seminars and learned about Project UNIFY, an education and sports based program to bring youths with and without intellectual disabilities together in schools.
Not all unfinished genius business, however, is created equal. Which brings us to Kurt Cobain’s Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings (Universal 1/2). The worship of Cobain as tragic rock god has been in full effect this year, thanks largely to Montage of Heck, Brett Morgen’s excellent, heartbreaking documentary that brought the Nirvana singer to life on film..
Even a cameraman was yelling, ‘You finished second.’ “When the Olympic officials checked the film of the race, they realized Borges had indeed finished second.”Will Gustavo Borges of Brazil,” the public address system boomed, “please report to the medal stand.”Which meant that Jon Olsen would not be standing on the medal stand. But that’s what it was like yesterday for the United States swimmers. Janet Evans, who won three gold medals in Seoul in 1988, hadn’t lost the 400 meter freestyle in 18 major international and national meets since 1986, but yesterday she finished second to Dagmar Hase of Germany.