Soon enough, word spread of the Monotonix's wild live shows--climbing on rafters, flinging booze and setting things on fire--and they were banned from a number of clubs in their hometown of Tel Aviv, Israel.
On a wing and a prayer, local filmmakers Gregory Bayne and J. Reuben Appelman bring their vision of the effects of war in a film about family and betrayal, domestic terrorism and acute loneliness, hate
mongering and greed and paranoia and prostitution.
Wednesday night, Boise filmmakers Gregory Bayne and J. Reuben Appelman demonstrated to a Treasure Valley audience that content and cleverness can trump cold hard cash with a benefit screening of their near-complete work Person of Interest.
Heavy subject matter like human trafficking, government upheaval and lying to garner public sentiment are balanced by lighter topics such as high school cheerleader-turned-bloodsucker, meatballs falling from the sky and Jennifer Aniston finding love (in the movies at least).
Help raise autism awareness by strapping on your running shoes and jog down to Veterans Memorial Park to show support for a parent-run volunteer advocacy group during the Treasure Valley Chapter of the Autism Society of America’s 5K run/walk.
I am sadly disappointed with the Meridian School District's decision
to be bullied by a loud minority of parents into disallowing a vast
majority of students the opportunity to hear the president of the
United States speak directly to them.