The radish does not get the respect that it deserves, unlike some other members of the brassica family, their cruciferous cousins broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and kale. But the humble radish is full of surprises -- and nutrients!
Unforgettable. That’s how fans felt about Disney’s 2003 hit “Finding Nemo,” and about the film’s breakout supporting character, the infectiously energetic and forgetful blue tang Dory, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres. So unforgettable that anticipation is at a fever pitch for the sequel 13 years in the making, “Finding Dory.” It’s safe to say that fans will be delighted to be reunited with these characters in this charming and heartwarming voyage under (and above) the sea.
Melissa and Tim McCusker opened Miss Nola’s Cafe in September in the historic Camas Hotel, where they previously owned and operated Harvest restaurant. The cafe is a full-service, family-style restaurant that features Cajun and low-country style Southern foods and Sunday brunch.
It’s doubtful that “Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe” would be playing anywhere were it not for the controversy that briefly flared up around the film, like a grease fire, when Robert De Niro personally programmed the documentary linking autism to vaccination into his Tribeca Film Festival in March.
It’s hard to make a cancer melodrama sing, even when it includes a doctor who sings. Yes, Spanish filmmaker Julio Medem’s “Ma Ma,” starring Penelope Cruz as a woman coping with a diagnosis of breast cancer, goes there; the absurdly handsome doctor (Asier Etxeandia) not only croons a few ballads, but he falls in love with Cruz’s Magda to boot. Meanwhile, Magda is mysteriously drawn to Arturo (Luis Tosar), who’s coping with his own staggeringly high level of personal tragedy, and trying to keep things together for her young son Dani (Teo Planell).