Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story
An ambigious “love story” told through the 1930’s archive of a British archaelogist who took a camera on his digs in the British mandate for Palestine and fell in love with his Bedouin assistant.
Dirty Harry Callahan returns again, this time saddled with a rookie female partner. Together, they must stop a terrorist group consisting of angry Vietnam veterans.
A Counterspy in the US military is killed under suspicious circumstances. His friend, Jerry Baldwin, a Navy Commander, is assigned to replace him and stop a saboteur in a torpedo factory.
On the brink of success a small time band must decide how far they are willing to go.
John Wesley Harding brings his unique brand of folk rock to the Bagley Wright Theatre as part of Seattle's celebrated Bumbershoot music festival, performing crowd-pleasers such as "Miss Fortune," "Female Rambling Sailor," "The Lady Dressed in Green" and "Hamlet." Joining Harding onstage are the Love Hall Tryst, the Minstrel in the Galleries, Harmoniemusik, Scott MacCaughey and Robyn Hitchcock as the narrator.
President Harding and his wife paying tribute to a group of Indians (Fragment of a longer piece)