Capitol Punishment was a PPV which took place on June 19, 2011 at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. In 2012, this pay-per-view was replaced by the returning WWE No Way Out, and in 2013 with WWE Payback. 4 title defenses rtook place, all in singles matches. This included John Cena defending against R-Truth for the WWE Championship, Randy Orton defending against Christian for the World Heavyweight Championship, Wade Barrett defending against Ezekiel Jackson for the Intercontinental Championship, and Kofi Kingston defending against Dolph Ziggler for the United States Championship. Other matches included Jack Swagger vs Evan Bourne, Mysterio vs CM Punk, Big Show vs Alberto Del Rio, and Alex Riley vs The Miz.
Ryan gives a tour of the Capitol in Austin, Texas
Softcore film originally shown in 3D.
Prince performs in Passaic, NJ during his Controversy Tour on January 30th 1982. Even in black and white, the Minneapolis-born funkateer exudes purple-ness. Watch him whip this Capitol Theatre audience into a frenzy.
Rare concert footage of Talking Heads performing during their legendary Remain in Light trek has been unearthed after 35 years. Filmed four years before the band's concert film Stop Making Sense, this 80-minute performance was taped in stark black-and-white at Passiac, New Jersey's Capitol Theatre on November 4, 1980. The show came less than a month after the quartet released their landmark Remain in Light, and five of the gig's 14 songs are culled from that album.
Arcade Fire Live at Capitol Records 2013
Cavalry and foot-soldiers escort President McKinley.
A documentary that contemplates landscape, home, memory, queerness, and time. The project illuminates social constructs about sexuality, self, and human instinct. Visible and latent hostilities directed towards queerness surface through first-person examinations of same sex desire, queer parenting, internalized homophobia, and familial loss.
California punk-pop act the Ataris promote their 2003 album "So Long, Astoria" in this sampling of tunes performed live at a music video shoot for their song "In This Diary," which hit No. 11 on Billboard's U.S. Modern Rock Tracks. Songs in the collection include "Takeoffs and Landings," "Teenage Riot," "Unopened Letter to the World," "My Reply" and "Song #13." Also included are behind-the-scenes footage and a band biography.
FJM takes the stage at the Capitol Theatre in New York for a headline show for the history books
Justin Hayward: Live In Concert at the Capitol Theatre is the latest DVD release from the legendary Moody Blues vocalist, guitarist & composer. This intimate performance recorded in surround sound has been expertly captured by award winning filmmaker & composer David Minasian, and is truly one of Justin's finest solo performances. Many of Justin's best loved songs are included including Tuesday Afternoon, Question, Your Wildest Dreams, Forever Autumn, I Know You're Out There Somewhere, and of course Nights in White Satin along with some rarely performed deep cuts. The DVD also includes a bonus music video for Justin's latest epic composition The Wind of Heaven.
Four episodes. Nicola, paralyzed after a car crash, falls in love for his physiotherapist Lucia. Franco and Manuela, a young couple unfit to have child, fly to Barcelona for a specialized treatment for fertility. Filippo and Fosco, two gays, decide to marry. Ernesto, waiter in an important restaurant has a liaison with Cecilia the new young Spanish help in cuisine.
A small town celebrates the triumph of their revolution. Under the euphoria of the moment, the town's founder is declared a traitor and the destruction of his statue is decided by the people. A journalist buys the statue before it is destroyed. Later, the townspeople discover that the statue isn't from who they thought it was and they decide to retrieve it. The journalist, however, doesn't want to give it back, giving rise to the dilemma.
Performances of two songs by Walt Roesner and the Capitolians, including a contest to find out who is the "hottest man in the band."
George Schneider is an author whose wife had just died. His brother Leo gives him the number of Jennie Malone, and somehow they hit it off. And just when things are moving along, the memory of his first wife comes between them.
John Wick is forced out of retirement by a former associate looking to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to aid him, Wick travels to Rome and does battle against some of the world’s most dangerous killers.
Capitol is an American soap opera which aired on CBS from March 29, 1982 to March 20, 1987 for 1,270 episodes. As its name suggests, the storyline usually revolves around the political intrigues of people whose lives intertwined in Washington, D.C.
Capitol Critters is an animated television series about the lives of mice, rats, and roaches who reside in the basement and walls of the White House in Washington, D.C. The series was produced by Steven Bochco Productions and Hanna-Barbera Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television for ABC, which aired seven out of the show's 13 episodes from January 31, 1992 to March 14, 1992. Cartoon Network later aired all 13 episodes in 1995. The series was part of a spate of attempts by major networks to develop prime time animated shows to compete with the surprise success of Fox's The Simpsons, alongside CBS's Fish Police and Family Dog. All three proved unsuccessful and were quickly cancelled.
Capitol Gains is a program focusing on political issues in Washington as they impact the economy, the business community and financial markets, aired weekdays from 8 to 8:30 AM ET on CNBC. Hosted by Peter Barnes.