recommendations for movies and books and music

KMMKMM Member
edited December 2016 in General Interest
New thread to pass on your recommendations. Could not find earlier, similar threads.

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  • KMMKMM Member
    edited December 2016
    I recommend Daniel Blake, a great movie. K
  • KMMKMM Member
    edited December 2016
    Goliath is also a great legal drama, with Billy Bob Thornton playing alcoholic lawyer against, William Hurt, his former law partner, who now commands the megalithic law firm that they had founded jointly . the BBT character lives in a motel apt. At the beach.
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  • KetaKeta Member
    Our Favorite Horse Racing Books
    August 9th, 2017
    Today is Book Lovers Day, and Team ABR has taken the opportunity to share some of their go-to horse racing books; contributors Penelope Miller, Mike Curry, and Melissa Bauer-Herzog each listed some of their favorites below. From betting guides to children’s books, histories to mysteries, horse racing is rich fodder for the literary set.
    There are so many wonderful tomes out there dedicated to the sport of kings, and we know we can’t list them all! That’s why we want to hear about your favorite racing book in the comments.
    https://www.americasbestracing.net/lifestyle/2017-our-favorite-horse-racing-books
  • KetaKeta Member
    A fun and informative read Keta
    The Cajun Jockey Connection is Alive and Well at Del Mar

    HorseRacingNation.com August 11, 2017
    Cajun: An ethnic group mainly living in southwest Louisiana consisting of the descendants of Acadian exiles (French-speakers from what now is Nova Scotia) who have exerted an enormous impact on the state’s music, food and culture – Wikipedia

    Anyone who follows U.S. racing knows about the Cajuns and their imprint on the game. The horsemen who have come out of the bayou and swamp areas centering on Lafayette, Louisiana have dominated racing in that state and rippled out to touch racing locales all around the country.
    http://www.horseracingnation.com/news/The_Cajun_Jockey_Connection_is_Alive_and_Well_at_Del_Mar_123#
    From article
    For those so inclined, days in “the bushes” and fine tales of Cajun racing are well told in the 2008 book “Cajun Racing: From the Bush Tracks to the Triple Crown” by New York-based turf writer Ed McNamara. It’s a good read with a fine feel for a special place and its special people for anyone wanting to learn more about a most colorful and unique subject.
  • KetaKeta Member
    DARK HORSE Movie TRAILER (2016)
  • Thanks for the post on "Dark Horse" --- watched the trailer, sure hope it shows somewhere locally, would love to be able to see it. Based on a true story?
  • bleubetty said:

    Thanks for the post on "Dark Horse" --- watched the trailer, sure hope it shows somewhere locally, would love to be able to see it. Based on a true story?

    It's a documentary, released in 2014 :) Here is Dream Alliance's signature win:
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