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Friday, August 10
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2012 London Olympics:
Siblings Honor Gold Medalist UncleFor Beyond 50's "Travel & History" talks, listen to an interview with Derek Ewell from Portland. He'll talk about his travels to the 2012 London Olympics with his sister to honor their gold and silver-medical winning Uncle, Barney Ewell, who medaled in the 1948 London Olympics. You'll learn about the invitation-only reception to celebrate the 1948 Olympians. Their late Uncle was a local legend (in Lancaster, PA) and USA Track and Field Hall of Famer. He grew up in poverty and overcame polio to become one of the world's leading sprinters in the 1940s. Barney Ewell's Olympic dreams were put on hold by World War II when the games were pre-empted in 1940 and 1944.
To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 286
PG-50+ Movie ReviewsBeyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soat; and champion human rights.
The Odd Life of Timothy GreenA modern fairy tale story, it accurately highlights the challenges of adoption and integrating a child into a family and community. Cindy and Jim Green have made attempts at having a child through fertility treatments. They channel their dreams of a child into
written notes of what they'd like their son to be like and bury them in the garden. One stormy night, 10-year-old Timothy shows up on their doorstop. He seems to have grown out of the grass. (Available in Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Comedy; Running Time: 2 hrs., 5 min.)
The Queen of Versailles
wife, Jackie, begin construction of the biggest house in America, a 90,000 sq. ft. palace modeled after Versailles to house their family with seven biological children. Two years into the project, the nation's economy collapses and construction comes to a halt. David, the "time-share king" must lay off thousands of employees, along with other cuts in response. (Available in Select Theatres; Genre: Documentary, Special Interest; Running Time: 1 hr., 40 min.)
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
The Well Digger's Daughter
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