When he’s not got his camera trained on the lithesome body of a Megan Fox-lookalike or blowing stuff up, director Michael Bay is keeping Transformers fans on the hook with car porn pics. Bay released on his website photos of two new vehicles that have joined the cast of Transformers 4
How you feel about Kim Clijsters doing a split in a frilly orange skirt probably depends on your reaction to a well-oiled Caroline Wozniacki serving a tennis ball into a wind machine. Then again, these provocative scenarios, which form part of the Women’s Tennis Association’s new “Strong is Beautiful” advertising campaign, seem tame compared to the spot starring Belarusian tennis ace Victoria Azarenka.
Something in all living things responds mysteriously to the sound of wind in the reeds. At the gentle pleasing of a flute, certain crabs glide out of their caves and sit listening under water
If you want to know why Denmark is the world’s leader in wind power, start with a three-hour car trip from the capital Copenhagen mind the bicyclists to the small town of Lem on the far west coast of Jutland. You’ll feel it as you cross the 4.2 mile-long Great Belt Bridge: Denmark’s bountiful wind, so fierce even on a calm summer’s day that it threatens to shove your car into the waves below
My copy of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind a 114th printing, now a bit tattered carries an inscription from my mother: “A good book is timeless.” Mitchell’s novel, whose 75th anniversary has arrived amid many reconsiderations and even more sales, may or may not be a good book. But it has always been a popular one.
A chill wind is blowing through Mitte, the once drab district in central Berlin that is fast becoming hangout central for the world’s creative types. Davide Grazioli, used to warmer climes, pulls his black woolly hat over his head and strides up Kastanien Allee now dubbed Casting Alley because of all the wannabe film directors and actors who frequent its cafs