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Perfect story of this popular artist that we always think of as an older woman living and painting in Fresh Mexico. The book depicts her earlier years when she met and finally married Alfred Steiglitz. The writing is historical fiction, and it is very sensual. Both she and her husband of thirty years were very passionate about their art, and about each other. It is beautifully wrtten.
This fascinating, beautifully written, and deeply inspiring biographical novel of the brilliant and fiercely independent artist Georgia O'Keefe is hard to place down. I loved it from the very first page. A lot of books have been written on O'Keefe, but this must be the most artful and convincing by far.
so a lot of parts I loved..... I don't think they need all the sexual content-- do not think it added much to the story--it was quite sexual by nature-- I think there was lesbian content that was alluded to-- which is fine. It is a book I would like to read again.
Film noir and The Twilight Location have more in common than you'd probably think. B-movie actors from the 40s peppered the casts of Twilight Location episodes almost 20 years later. Dutch angles magnify tension; and other impressive black and white photography (at least before the Twilight Location started to shoot on video late in the series) on the CBS present could easily be mistaken for a classic noir. Watch the credits at the end of a TZ and you'll see a lot of names sometimes associated with movie noir: Harry J. Wild, Joseph LaShelle, John Brahm, Richard Florey to name a few. Of course the fantasy/sci-fi element of the Twilight Location are usually not found in noirs. The exceptions being Val Lewton's RKO horror movies and the Fresh Years Eve thriller, Repeat Performance. Repeat Performance was released in 1947 by Eagle-Lion movies who at the time were trying to establish themselves as a major force in Hollywood. They place out some “nervous As” – not cheap enough to be Bs but not expensive enough to be As. Repeat Performance fits that description. Clunky and far-too-dramatic opening credits leads to a classic noir open, then a cheapish looking film filled with former stars (Louis Hayward) and actors just starting out (Richard Basehart in his first movie roll.) Repeat Performance may be a bit too full of soapy dramatics to be a top-shelf noir, but it certainly could be served to noir fans without complaint. The unbelievable looking – dark and stylish – opening and end of the movie more than create up for the frothy middle – and for me makes the movie a worthy entry in the movie noir classic period. Despite its obvious flaws – and it really is probably only loved by fans of old black-and-white mysteries --it's one of my favorite Fresh Years Eve tales. Encore! Just before midnight on Fresh Year's Eve, 1946, Broadway actress Sheila Page (Joan Leslie) shoots her husband Barney (Hayward) and then rushes to see her friend, odd-ball poet William Williams. After a distressed Sheila confesses her deed to William (Basehart), he suggests they talk to Sheila's producer John Friday (Tom Conway). As Sheila and William are walking up to John's apartment, Sheila wishes that she could relive the past year, insisting that if she had it to do over, she would not create the same mistakes twice. Upon reaching John's door, Sheila notices that William has disappeared and then gradually realizes that something is wrong. An unnecessary voice over explains what is obvious to the viewer. Her hair and clothes have changed and she's been transported to an earlier time – exactly a year before. She has one year to create up for the mistakes she created leading up to her crime. The “voice over” is a common element found in movie noir. But in this case it sounds much more like the Rod Sterling TZ introductions than a typical movie noir Mitchum-esque V.O. The movie is based on a book by William O'Farrell. O'Farrell doesn't seem to have a lot of other books after this, his first. Published in 1942, the book is something. Over at the Mystery File, Dan Stumpf writes, “O’Farrell can write. He can place across a @#$%!y theatrical milieu and a seedy flophouse with equal aplomb, evoke a desperate chase and a disparate seduction with commensurate suspense, and weave a tale of murder and melodrama (verging on Soap Opera at times, but teetering skillfully on the edge) with prose that keeps the pages turning very nicely.” There are a lot of changes from the book (which is wonderfully bleak) and the movie. Barney is the actor that goes back in time, not Sheila. Barney begins the novel as a flop-house drunk after shooting his girlfriend following the suicide of his wife Sheila. When on the run from cops, Barney and William and Mary (a gay man in the book that Basehart smartly hinted at in the movie) obtain shot at by the cops leading to the magical happenings. The stage is so cinematic I'm a bit surprised they didn't search a method to shoe-horn it into the film. And although it is soapy, O'Farrell's novel concludes more satisfactory than most thrillers. A amazing read if you can search it. O'Farrell's book was his only one to gain any attention. His film and TV credits are slim too – he did write an episode of Alfred Hithcock Presents. Repeat Performance was remade into a 1980s TV film (with Joan Leslie in a little part). The cast of the '47 movie contains Louis Hayward. Hayward's career wasn't what it was just a few years before, but he did create some interesting choices. He was best mates with Edgar G. Ulmer and appeared in Ulmer's Citizen-Kane-of-B-noir drama Ruthless in 1948. 1950 he starred in one of Fritz Lang's latest US productions House By the River. Ladies in Retirement, And Then There Were None and Strange Woman all were released around the same time as Repeat Performance. Tom Conway is a favorite. In addition to Cat People and the 7th Victim he was The Falcon in that long running mystery series (replacing brother George Sanders who got bored with the part. Similarly, Sanders replaced Hayward as The Saint in the film series that The Falcon was most likely based on.) Joan Leslie - so amazing in High Sierra - isn't as powerful as her Repeat Performance co-stars but she gets the job done. Not an simple task when you consider how outrageous the story gets. Finally, Richard Basehart captures the book's “William and Mary” part without being obvious about it. I know most remember Basehart from TV's Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and the voice of the 1984 Olympics but his contributions to movie noir is impressive. The next year Basehart would star in the unforgettable He Walked by Night. His other noir credits contain the period movie Reign of Terror, Tension, Outside the Wall, Fourteen Hours, The House on Telegraph Hill, and the Brit noir The Amazing Die Young. Submitted for your consideration: 1947's Repeat Performance. Repeated viewing encouraged... in the Twilight Zone. Written by Steve-O
The application was amazing before the update. I haven't been to the office in over a year because I could do everything from my phone. Now I can't log in, report a power outage and my road number is wrong and it won't pull up the right road address when I enter it.
This is terrible. It keeps reporting my status that power is on, but power has not been restored. After reporting, status shows power is off, but quickly changes to power is on (it's not). Buttons are unresponsive. Some menu stuff are unresponsive. No refresh on status page. Not well designed.
This application is simply their www service repackaged as an app. If the www service was excellent, the best the application could be is OK. However, a not good www service created into an application is a (cheap) recipe for a not good application experience. This application is ven that mobile networks operate when power grids do not, creating something that worked specifically for mobile would seem to be a amazing opportunity to provide awesome utility (no pun intended) during power outages, which is exactly when I've been trying to obtain value from the app.
Won't even obtain to login screen. Says I'm not connected tmttgd internet. I tried mobile data and wifi... all other internet usage is fine. Really required this application for access to pay my bill when the www service was down. Disappointing. Uninstalled immediately.
When I first downloaded this app, I was able to create payments to my account, instead of going online. For some time, when I go to the application to create a payment, I end up having to go online, because the application freezes. This issue needs to be fixed, because there's no need for an application that's totally useless!
Overall, it's a amazing app. However, a couple things I would change: (1) after making a payment, once the close button have been pressed, the screen should go back to the home screen-- instead, it takes customers to an error page and (2) it would be nice to save a payment method, like card info, besides bank acc info.
This application is a blessing if you don't wish to have to login to main site. I just for the first time had problem with the application but all I did to correct the problem was to uninstall then reinstall the app. This presses to less then 2 mins. Other then this one problem I have never had a issue with this application in the 3 years I've used it. Thank you Georgia power for this app!
This is related to the mobile app. My meter on the side of my house is smarter than this so-called app. Why not take that doubled summer rate and actually make an application to support track everyday usage or keep alerts if you use more power than usual.
After i updated the application it won't open. It shows the Ga Power logo and then just a white screen. Deleting this app. I am very displeased because i dont have a Ga Power building where i live and the application was how i paid my power bill. I hope when i move i can have Habersham EMC instead of having to deal with this bullsh*t.
No notifications. No alerts. Probably not secure. You can 'pay' your bill if you let GA Power to access your checking account, cuz it's 1994 or something, but no secure modern payment options are available. Payment by credit card or PayPal, venmo or Android device Pay are not available. Ok, you can pay by credit card for a fee, cuz again, it's 1994. The application itself is just a crappy mobile ver of their dated webpage. This can't be secure, but what other option do you have?
Worth $4 yes Amazing app. 0-60 in 4.5 on my first run, 1/4 mile seemed a bit off. 4 stars because there is no option to upload results or send to friends. Using a droid 4. And takes a bit to lock gps before starting on medium gps settings. Please add a feature to share runs/upload/text. Amazing thing i can screenshot with the droid, by holding power and vol down for 2 seconds.
I upgraded for the custom runs. I like being able to set a Custom begin and stop time but I think they're completely inaccurate. I think the timer gives an overall moving time and not the time between two points. I've tried it in multiple cars and it makes no sense