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HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Julie Callaghan and Maria Ng outside News from Nowhere, Bold Street Picture: COLIN LANE
8220;We finally present Letters from Nowhere 2 on the Mac App Store.
Of course, News From Nowhere is not the only place Tolkien could have found an idealized English rural landscape: many authors of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries described rural idylls.
The last retelling of Micheaux's homesteading narrative comes as his last film, The Betrayal, a production of his novel The Wind From Nowhere (1941).
There will never again be any coming from nowhere for Ligety.
Orlandito "Dito" Montiel, son of Orlando, a Nicaraguan immigrant, and an Irish mother, grew wild in the streets of Astoria, Queens, pulling pranks for Greek and Italian gangsters and confessing at the church of the Immaculate Conception, gobbling hits of purple mescaline and Old English, sneaking into Times Square whore houses--"Kids from nowhere going nowhere.
It's just like an unknown athlete who comes in from nowhere and does something huge.
Naomi Campbell "the Movie" Based on the aptly-named biography The Rise And Fall Of The Girl From Nowhere we suspect that this movie is headed in the same direction - nowhere.