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Fwd: Kevin Sam w Domu Lektor PL


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Rodzina McCallisterów zamierza spędzić Święta Bożego Narodzenia we Francji. Niestety w dzień wyjazdu omal nie spóźnili się na samolot. W wyniku małego zamieszania, tylko jednego zapomnieli ze sobą zabrać... KEVINA (Macaulay Culkin)! 8-letni członek rodziny zostaje sam w domu, od tej pory musi sam sobie radzić ze wszystkim w czym do tej pory wyręczali go rodzice... łącznie z dwoma złodziejami, którzy tylko czyhają by okraść dom McCallisterów.

Fwd: Theater Update: Checking Back on 'The King and I' and Other Shows


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Kelli O'Hara and Hoon Lee in "The King and I," at the Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center.
'The King and I,' With Hoon Lee as a More Tragic Monarch
Mr. Lee, who stepped in as His Majesty in September, invests his character with a wit and poignancy and an electric attraction to Kelli O'Hara's Anna.
Wayne Brady, center, is the latest star of Cyndi Lauper and Harvey Fierstein's musical
'Kinky Boots' With Wayne Brady as a Cross-Dresser You Could Take Home to Mother
This Broadway show's latest star plays a cabaret drag artist with broad, wholesome appeal.
Tyler Lea, foreground, in
'The Curious Incident' Is on the Grid With a New Christopher
Tyler Lea steps into the principal role in this mystery, using posture and gesture to convey his distress in certain situations.
Blue Man Group.
Blue Man Group Shows a Sense of Fun at Astor Place Theater
The group still performs its signature brand of entertainment at the theater, a space where the company has been performing since 1991.
News and Features
Tracee Chimo, foreground, and Andrea Martin.
Andrea Martin and Tracee Chimo, Funny Women on Broadway, Tackle 'Noises Off'
The two comedians discuss their Broadway show and how to make an audience laugh.
From left, Elizabeth Carena, Roxanne Kidd and Tori Sparks in
Immersive Theater's Next Stop: A Sexy '70s Fantasy Island
The team behind the immersive hit "Then She Fell" recreates the era in "The Grand Paradise," a bigger production set at a hedonistic Florida resort.
Tonya Pinkins as the title character in "Mother Courage and Her Children," at Classic Stage.
Tonya Pinkins to Depart From 'Mother Courage' Off Broadway
The show's opening, which was slated for Jan. 7, will be postponed.
James Barbour and Julia Udine in
For Many Shows, A Happy Holiday Week at Broadway Box Office
Eighteen shows earned more than $1 million at the box office, with "Aladdin" and "School of Rock" setting records.
Six boys who play a variety of roles in the
Backstage on Broadway With the Holiday Spirit
Stars of "Finding Neverland, "Wicked" and "On Your Feet" decorate their personal spaces to remind them of the season.
The Year in Theater
Clockwise from top left: Lin-Manuel Miranda in "Hamilton"; Emily Skeggs in "Fun Home"; Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope in "An American in Paris"; Lupita Nyong'o in "Eclipsed"; Kristine Nielsen, left, and Daniel Oreskes in "Hir"; and Tim Pigott-Smith in "King Charles III."
Photographs by Sara Krulwich/The New York Times
"Hamilton," "An American in Paris" and "Eclipsed" are among the highlights.
Making an entrance: Jake Lucas, left, and Murphy Guyer in "The King and I" at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
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Critics and reporters for The Times pick out their favorite experiences in the theater in 2015.
Members of American Dance Machine for the 21st Century performing Agnes de Mille's
American Dance Machine Offers 70 Years of Steps
Directed by Wayne Cilento, this choreographic anthology of numbers from musicals, TV shows and films is at the Joyce Theater through Jan. 3.
Dagmar Stansova, left, and Mihran Shlougian in
'Land of Fire' Centers on a Victim Who Reaches Out to a Terrorist
Mario Diament's play, at Theater for the New City, is partly based on the life of Yulie Cohen, an Israeli who sought to forgive a Palestinian involved in the attack that injured her.
Janet McTeer, right, and Dominic West in a revival of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" at the Donmar Warehouse.
'Les Liaisons Dangereuses' and 'Linda'
These two tales of power and madness bring strong women characters to the front of the London stage.
Critics' Picks
Review: A 'Fiddler on the Roof' Revival With an Echo of Modernity

Lisa Emery, left, and Lois Smith in “Marjorie Prime,” at Playwrights Horizons.
Review: In 'Marjorie Prime,' Lois Smith Connects With the Past

Staceyann Chin in "MotherStruck!," at the Lynn Redgrave Theater at Culture Project.
Review: In 'MotherStruck!' Staceyann Chin Chronicles Her Quest to Become Pregnant

Jillian Gottlieb, center, as Khanele in
Review: 'The Golden Bride' Walks Down the Aisle Again

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Fwd: The Presidential Daily Brief - 12/31/2015


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Australians celebrate the beginning of 2016 in Sydney Harbor. Source: Getty
Global Terror Threats Put Chill on New Year's Eve
It's ending on a sour note. Officials in Brussels have canceled events to ring in 2016, fearing terror attacks like those that killed 130 in Paris Nov. 13. Authorities arrested a 10th suspect in those attacks, a Belgian man in the capital who faces terrorism charges, just as Turkish authorities arrested two others this week in connection with an alleged plot to attack Istanbul New Year's celebrations. After the attacks in San Bernardino and numerous plot discoveries, authorities across the United States are also vigilant, casting a pall over tonight's festivities.  
Sources: USA Today, NYT, AP
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Bill Cosby Charged With Sexual Assault
It's official. Pennsylvania prosecutors filed sexual assault charges yesterday against the 78-year-old comedian over an alleged incident in 2004 involving former Temple University employee Andrea Constand, 42, who was the first of dozens of women to publicly accuse the TV father figure. Believing they had a "sincere friendship," the charging document alleges, Constand took three blue pills and wine offered by Cosby and then experienced weakness and blurred vision before being assaulted. Cosby was released on $1 million bail. If convicted, the funnyman could face up to 10 years in prison.
Sources: LA Times, EW, CNN
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Passengers Roughed up on Turbulent Flight
It was the "flight from hell." An Air Canada jet's sudden, violent drop caused soda cans to float to the ceiling and left 21 passengers hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries after forcing pilots to land their Shanghai-to-Toronto flight early in Calgary yesterday. "The girl beside me, she was thrown right out of her seat," said one passenger. "We thought we were dying." Canadian aviation investigators are trying to determine the cause, but one thing is certain: There are 332 passengers who will be much more vigilant about buckling up in the air.
Sources: CNN, AP, SMH
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U.S. Goes After Firms for Iran Sanctions Breaches
Was it something they launched? Only weeks before the West and Iran are to implement a deal to limit Iran's nuclear weapons capability, the Obama administration is preparing its first new sanctions against companies it says are helping the Persian state arm itself. It'll target nearly a dozen firms in three countries for enabling Iran's efforts to develop ballistic missiles - unlike the unguided rockets reportedly launched near U.S. warships Saturday. The action is expected to strain the cooperation of Iran, whose supreme leader has said such moves would violate the accord.
Sources: WSJ (sub), FT (sub)
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Puerto Rico will miss its bond payments due tomorrow. (FT) sub
'Affluenza' teen fights deportation from Mexico. (LA Times)
Grand Jury indicts friend of San Bernardino terror couple. (CNN)
FBI offers reward after bacon found on Las Vegas mosque door handles. (AP)
University of Wisconsin beats USC 23-21 in Holiday Bowl. (USA Today)
OZY Takes You Through the Shindigs of the Year
Three, two, one ... Happy New Year! There's something about tonight's particular crop of parties - an urgency, a romance - that makes them extra sparkly. Rather than popping your champagne, consider opening it with any old saber you happen to have lying around. Don't know how? We've got a video that'll help perfect your slicing technique. Then check out what used to be Crimea's biggest rave - now Georgia's biggest rave - and go find yourself a party worthy of sending off the old year.
Sources: OZY
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AT&T to Drop Two-Year Phone Plans
The net is gone but there's still a catch. Mirroring competitors like T-Mobile, the communications giant is ditching traditional contracts in early January. That's good news for commitment-averse consumers, bad news for "free" hardware fans. Previously, carriers offered a phone at little or no immediate cost, but made up the difference with monthly service fees. Now customers will have to pay full price up front or via installments. Analysts say total expenses won't change - but it's unclear if users will upgrade as often once they embrace true phone ownership.
Sources: Engadget, Re/Code
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Temperatures Rise Above Freezing at North Pole
The heat is on. The National Climatic Data Center recorded temperatures at the North Pole above 32 degrees Fahrenheit after one of the strongest storms ever ravaged North America. As it moved north, it pushed up warmer air from the south. Typically, winter temperatures at the planet's northernmost point are around minus 20 degrees this time of year. NOAA Ocean Prediction Center data indicates the offending storm may be one of the top five on record, and it's creating Arctic temperatures likely to put global warming skeptics on very thin ice.
Sources: Gizmodo, SMH
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Paramount, CBS File Suit Against Trek Fan Film
They've violated Hollywood's prime directive. A crowdfunded, "professional" quality Star Trek prequel infringes on the networks' co-owned copyright, and their attorneys have set phasers to "kill." The suit alleges characters, images and themes in Axanar, such as a Vulcan's pointy ears, violate trademarks. The owners had permitted enterprising fan fiction, but with $1 million raised and original cast member George Takei involved, they deduced that it'd boldly gone where no homage had gone before. Lead producer Alec Peters, also an attorney, doesn't believe resistance is futile and predicts the studios will fail.
Sources: Rolling Stone, Hollywood Reporter
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Peyton Manning Steps Into Reserve Role
He's back. Sort of. The 18-year-veteran will suit up, but Denver coach Gary Kubiak said he's sticking with Brock Osweiler as his starting quarterback for Sunday's regular season finale. It's the first time in the five-time MVP's professional career that he isn't starting. But there's no denying Brock's superior stats: The 25-year-old prospect is 4-2 since stepping in, including an overtime victory over the Patriots. If the Broncos beat the Chargers, they'll secure a first week bye and have a shot at securing home-field advantage.
Sources: ESPN, USA Today, Boston Herald
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