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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Mister D: Bette Midler’s Bedroom in 1981 – I’d Have To Tell Her To Keep Things Tidier! LOL (Photo)

Elevated view of Bette Midler’s bedroom in her Soho loft, New York, New York, August 1981. The loft had been redesigned by architect Alan J Buchsbaum. August 01, 1981 Embed from Getty Imageswindow.gie=window.gie||function(c){(gie.q=gie.q||[]).push(c)};gie(function(){gie.widgets.load({id:'bkRnpTBYRY53J8l-2MI83g',sig:'R2MpaxNHsR5895LYW5ZthmRFleoXPLOxiBHr7vhIM9o=',w:'399px',h:'594px',items:'641472162',caption: true ,tld:'com',is360: false })});
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Thursday, January 5, 2017

New York Jewish Film Festival: Sisters, Hummus and Bette Midler

New York Times New York Jewish Film Festival: Sisters, Hummus and Bette Midler By NEIL GENZLINGER JAN. 4, 2017 bettemidler_lg

Dorit Hakim’s first feature, “Moon in the 12th House,” has none of the overeagerness and overstatement that often characterize directors’ initial efforts. Perhaps that’s why it was chosen to be the opening film Wednesday, Jan. 11, at the New York Jewish Film Festival, which runs through Jan. 24. It’s the story of estranged sisters (Yaara Pelzig and Yuval Scharf) who have forged very different paths, one caring for their frail father, the other working at a hot Tel Aviv club. When events throw them back together, the chasm between them doesn’t simply disappear; it must be painstakingly bridged. Both the director and Ms. Scharf are to be on hand for Wednesday’s two screenings at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center. The festival features 28 other films and shorts, an eclectic selection that includes “Shalom Rabin,” Amos Gitai’s diary of the time surrounding the Oslo Accords; “Bette Midler: The Divine Miss M,” in which Ms. Midler revisits career high points; and, for foodies, “Hummus! The Movie.” (nyjff.org)

Bette Midler: The Divine Miss M

U.S. Premiere

SAMANTHA PETERS, UK, 2014, 75MIN

For five decades the woman they call “The Divine Miss M” forged a path that has taken her from a pineapple canning factory in Honolulu to the highest echelons of Hollywood. The BBC’s Imagine series joins Bette Midler on her journey through the chorus lines of Broadway, the bathhouses and nightclubs of New York City in the 1970s, and to the top of the film industry. Her combination of soulful voice and raucous wit made her irreplaceable as an outrageous, captivating entertainer. As she releases her first album in eight years, host Alan Yentob joins Ms. Midler to revisit the places and early influences of her spectacular career. ...  Read More

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Friday, January 16, 2015

ONE NIGHT ONLY!!!…A Day At The “Beaches” (Hollywood California)

1911007_10205439048761823_8386485709741576672_o     ONE NIGHT ONLY!!! An Evening of Song and Storytelling! A pair of red-headed twins celebrate their “Hero” and one of America‘s most cherished film soundtracks. Created by Stefanie Black and Tom DeTrinis Written by Stefanie Black and Kate Sullivan Gibbens Directed by Kate Sullivan Gibbens Music Direction by Zach Spound Sunday January 18, 2015 Doors open at 7pm Show starts at 8pm The Three Clubs 1123 Vine Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 Tickets $10 Online $12 at Door To Purchase online: www.adayatthebeaches.brownpapertickets.com
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