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A centuries-old vampire sets her sights on a female researcher to take the place of her recently deceased lover. Fascinating cast and a notorious love scene with Deneuve and Sarandon!
This week s edition of The Best Times looks at the connection between growing older and growing more spiritual, the value of yoga as an exercise for seniors and valuable information on long term care insurance.
On this week s edition of The Best Times, Chris Hardaway offers valuable information to help you survive retirement. Creative Aging Mid-South is profiled and more.
Cleo Owens, a Memphian who spent his career in the banking and financial arena working for the Federal Reserve has recently accepted the position of state president of AARP Tennessee. The conversation focuses on issues affecting older Americans, such as financial security, health, Social Security and Medicare and what AARP's goals are for these programs.
This week on The Best Times producer/host Cris Hardaway presents a Lawrence Welk Special -- interviews with Guy Hovis and Ralna English and the Lennon Sisters.
This episode of The Best Times features a segment on the Glenn Miller Orchestra with footage from their concert at GPAC and an interview with their musical director and lead singer, Nick Hilscher. Another segment highlights barbershop quartets, featuring 'Quicksilver', four guys who are members of the Memphis Men of Harmony. And Joyce Cobb, the well-known Memphis singer is interviewed.
A cover story on Reverse Mortgage. The rules have changed recently and this segment will be a primer on reverse mortgage what it is, what it does and who could benefit from one. There will also be an FAQ segment on 'Getting a Good Night's Sleep', dealing with sleep disorders and what you can do about them.
This week s edition of The Best Times presents Making a Difference profiles of three people who have made a difference in our city - Lester Gingold, Brigadier General Gertrude Purdue of the Salvation Army and our very own Mr. Chuck.
The Best Times features a story about love profiling several people and telling about a couple who were high school sweethearts, then were separated by WWII and stayed out of touch for over fifty years. By chance, they met again, re-kindled their love and got married. Also a profile of Velma Lois Jones, former teacher and civil rights activist, who volunteers now with AARP.
This week s edition of The Best Times visits with five retired people and highlights their hobbies to find out how they keep their lives active and interesting.
This week s edition of The Best Times brings together a panel discussion on end-of-life issues. The discussion will feature all aspects of end-of-life issues, including the importance of having the conversation with your loved ones about your wishes; the legal issues including advance directives and wills; the role of hospice and palliative care; and the decision-making process.
27 year old Andrew Morenski, a Boston stockbroker, is on the run. He has been given official government protection but, having witnessed a series of embezzlements, he is being pursued by hitmen. Finding refuge at a high school in Delaware, Morenski changes his appearance to that of a 17 year old student but adapting to the restrictions imposed on high school life is not easy.
A very succesful stock broker is called to court to testify against a mob boss who was into some inside trading. They hide him because of death threats. He gets caught in a gun battle and has to flee. He ends up hiding out as a student in a high school. He has to adjust to how things have changed as a teenager. The bad guys find him and he has fight it out in the high school gym.
27 year old Andrew Morenski, a Boston stockbroker, is on the run. He has been given official government protection but, having witnessed a series of embezzlements, he is being pursued by hitmen. Finding refuge at a high school in Delaware, Morenski changes his appearance to that of a 17 year old student, but adapting to the restrictions imposed on high school life is not easy.
Sensual vampire story stars rock legend David Bowie ("The Man Who Fell to Earth," "The Last Temptation of Christ") as an ailing centuries-old vampire whose fanged-lover, Catherine Deneuve ("Indochine," "Repulsion," "Belle de Jour"), seeks a new partner and seduces a mortal medical researcher (Oscar-winner Susan Sarandon -- "Dead Man Walking," "Stepmom," "The Client"). Directed by block-buster helmer Tony Scott ("Top Gun," "Crimson Tide," "Enemy of the State"). With Dan Hedaya ("Clueless," "The First Wives' Club," "Marvin's Room") and a cameo by Willem Dafoe ("The English Patient," "Platoon," "The Last Temptation of Christ").
Sensual vampire story stars rock legend David Bowie as an ailing centuries-old vampire whose fanged-lover, Catherine Deneuve, seduces a mortal (Susan Sarandon) while seeking a new partner.
A centuries-old vampire capable of bestowing the gift of immortality on her lovers cruises New York nightclubs in search of victims. However, when her current lover ages, it turns out she may not be as generous as it seemed.
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