Architect Phil Freelon and his wife, Nnenna Freelon, a Grammy-nominated jazz singer, bought a Durham, N.C., penthouse apartment and created a loft-like, two-story space. Photo: Alston Thompson Photography for The Wall Street Journal
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OCTOBER 09, 2013
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2013 - EVERGREEN LOFTS SUPPORTIVE APARTMENTS, L.P.
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- ‘Dunkirk’ Surges Past $500 Million Target at Global Box Office
By Jeremy Fuster, provided by
- Thursday Sep 14, 2017
“Dunkirk” — one of the frontrunners at next year’s Oscars — has now crossed the half-billion mark at the worldwide box office.Featuring little dialogue and tense battle sequences in its depiction of the Dunkirk Evacuation during World War II, Christopher Nolan’s epic received heavy support from both Warner Bros. and exhibitors. The film had the widest 70mm release in over 20 years and was heavily promoted by IMAX, who provided Nolan with its 65mm cameras.Also Read: 5 Reasons Why 'Dunkirk' Beat Box Office ExpectationsFilmed on a $150 million budget, the movie opened to a strong $50 million start, and has since grossed a total of $183 million domestically for a 3.66x multiple.
- Young Socialites Conjure the Ghost of Leonard Bernstein at the Dakota
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- Eluding Death by Design in a Tokyo Loft
Friday Jun 23, 2017
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- ‘Dunkirk’ Fact Check: How Many People Were Actually Rescued?
By Brian Welk, provided by
- Sunday Jul 23, 2017
If you know Christopher Nolan’s movies, you know that fanboys, the media and more pick apart the nuances and carefully constructed details of his movies with a fine-tooth comb.[...] just how accurate is “Dunkirk,” Nolan’s first movie based on actual events in World War II?The movie begins in the midst of World War II after the Battle of Dunkirk and focuses on the May 26 to June 4, 1940 evacuation of over 400,000 soldiers left remaining on the beaches, a plan referred to as “Operation Dynamo.”At one point in the film, two officers played by James D’Arcy and Kenneth Branagh say the plan is to evacuate at least 30,000 troops to defend the homeland, but they can plausibly promise 45,000.While the movie says a conservative estimate of 300,000 made it out alive, ultimately, 338,226 soldiers were rescued from the beaches and harbor combined.Retreat to Victory says that the Little Ships of Dunkirk included pleasure boats, yachts, fishing boats and small, motorized lifeboats.Many of the planes flown and lost during the Dunkirk evacuation were the Supermarine Spitfire, a single-seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force.SPOILER ALERT AHEAD!!! This may explain why at the end of the film, Hardy’s pilot is able to cruise for seemingly miles after all his fuel has run out and the propeller has stopped turning on his plane:
- The most useful day an indie dev can spend in your community
By VB Staff - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
SPONSORED: Presented by Intel It’s a fact that indie developer conferences, whatever form they take, are more than drinks and appetizers, or beer and pizza in a local developer’s loft. If one fact is clear among the indie devs, it’s that it’s a fundamentally supportive and even collaborative community. One programmer’s roadblock is another’s solvable challenge; […]