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Nikolai Petrov
Nikolai Petrov

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Canadian actress Melanie Merkosky made her TV debut at the age of 12 when she was cast in a single episode of "Honey I Shrunk The Kids: The TV Show" (1998). Merkosky later landed the supporting role of Natalie in the straight-to-video movie "American Pie: The Naked Mile" (2006), a spin-off of the "American Pie" film series, had a small role in Sarah Polley's directorial debut "Away From Her" (2006), and was featured in a story arc on the cult favorite Canadian series "Slings and Arrows" (The Movie Network 2003-06). In 2007, Merkosky was cast in a key supporting role in the pioneering online web series "lonelygirl15," an early attempt at creating a viral word of mouth web hit with integrated marketing. After the end of that series, Merkosky was cast as the lead in the web series "Harper's Globe" (2009), an online supplement to the interactive mystery drama "Harper's Island" (CBS 2009). The web series followed Merkosky's character Robin, a young woman with a mysterious past who moves to Harper's Island to work at the local paper. Merkosky then starred in her third web series, the science fiction story "Continuum" (2011-12), as the space traveler Raegen. In 2014, Merkosky made the leap to the big screen when she was cast in a key role in Denys Arcand's "The Reign of Beauty."

An Eye for Beauty 2014

If nothing else, d.p. Nathalie Moliavko-Vistozky is given broad license to compose some rather stunning shots of the variegated St. Lawrence River countryside as the passing seasons change its makeup entirely, shining a light on a region whose beauty has gone rather unheralded. The Quebec Film and Television Council should be most pleased.

An Eye for Beauty (2014) follows a young architect named Luke (Eric Bruneau) who seems to have it all. He's at the top of his profession, lives in his dream home, and is married to a beautiful woman named Stephanie (Melanie Thierry). On a business trip to Toronto, however, he begins a torrid affair with Lindsay (Melanie Merkosky), which sends his lovely wife into a suicidal depression, and threatens to unravel everything he worked so hard to achieve! The film's greatest asset is its beautiful scenery, and even more beautiful women! Melanie Thierry bares her beauties while getting it on with her hubby in a tent, but it's Melanie Merkosky that steals the show! Ms. Merkosky bares all three of her ravishing b's during two different sex scenes, making this an affair for your member!

For-profit private classes or events sprout. The city in 2014 named 27 parks for such activities (no amplified sound) with a modest permit fee. They include Civic Center, City, Washington and Central parks.

"It's not the visual beauty of Storm Over Everest that stays with one, however. It's the personal tales, of witnesses and survivors of those terrible two days in 1996, that have a way of seeping into the inner consciousness. Perhaps it's because Storm Over Everest is so quiet and soft-spoken in tone -- it could not be more different than the hysterical, over-the-top late-night cable newscasts with their glitzy graphics and jingoistic announcers, [or] those cheapo, made-on-the-fly news programs masquerading as 'documentaries.' This is powerful filmmaking with a wrenching story, well told. Even if you've seen films about Everest before -- even if you've seen Breashears' own IMAX film -- do find the time to see Storm Over Everest. It's not at all what you might expect."

"Through the years, Frontline has gained a well-earned reputation for hard-hitting, in-depth reports on tough issues, ranging from the war in Iraq to the meth epidemic in small-town America. Storm Over Everest ... represents a dramatic departure from the program's usual investigative fare. Filmmaker and seasoned mountain climber David Breashears offers up a narrative of stunning beauty and heart-pounding suspense. ..."

I have told many people just how awestruck I am with the beauty of the Trinity College campus. I am also a city person; I grew up in Los Angeles and lived in cities around the world, and I thrive amid the hustle and bustle of city life. I feel incredibly fortunate to lead Trinity College as its 22nd president, to live on the Trinity campus in the city of Hartford. Already, I feel very much at home.

As I presided over Convocation, marking the official start of the 2014-2015 academic year, I felt the energy and excitement in the air. Students, faculty, and staff were ready to get back to the business of teaching and learning. On an administrative level, we began work on several key initiatives, including the creation of a Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct, which I chair. These initiatives undoubtedly will serve to make Trinity College the best it can be. 041b061a72


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