Everyone's agog.' 'No, stop it.' But she did, she lifted up her voice, a powerful contralto, chapel-born, and arrestingly
sure of itself.
Mestel's images, some of which are published here, are arrestingly
intimate and emotional.
Dubbed 'Manila's biggest entertainment convention,' the three-day event was topbilled by the gorgeous actress Katheryn Winnick of the arrestingly
violent 'Vikings' saga; Giorgio A.
It succeeded beyond the wildest dreams of its creators and stands here today looking fresh and arrestingly
handsome and dripping with styling clues stretching back to that game changing original.
Reyes considers and transforms this painful history of powerlessness and victimization in twenty-three arrestingly
beautiful letters, written during her career as a painter in Europe.
An epic tale of love, this is very arrestingly
illustrated by Marjan Vafaian.
Directed by Christopher Williams, this "Arrestingly
funny," staged reading will be a daring new way to celebrate the Holiday season.
It is arrestingly
original, and the technique builds powerful layers of drama and poignancy.
The implications of Follain's poems are often made arrestingly
explicit in Carson's versions.
Though perhaps not beautiful in the classic SoCal sense of surfably blue waters and dazzling sunsets, nor, for that matter, in the East Coast manner of the beach-plum and sand-dune William Merritt Chase picturesque, the shoreline running from Oregon to Canada--that of the Pacific Northwest--is nevertheless marked by an arrestingly
On the tune that started it all, "Play It Right,'' Meath's vocals are multitracked in emulation of the arrestingly
stark Mountain Man sound, and the electronics gingerly frame them.
These condescending "alibis for empire," as Mantena, terms them, were arrestingly
disputed by Karl Marx, as Gabriel Paquette shows in Chapter Eleven.