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“DAY OF RECKONING”

the premiere…

FANTASTIC FEST 2012

UNIVERSAL SOLDIER: DAY OF RECKONING” has it’s U.S. Premiere this Saturday 9.22.12 in 3D at FANTASTIC FEST, Austin, TX… 

it will also be screening at the TORONTO AFTER DARK FILM FESTIVAL in October and opening in theaters 11.30.12…

UNIVERSAL SOLDIER: DAY OF RECKONING”  2012  directed by John Hyams; written by John Hyams & Doug Magnuson and Jon Greenhalgh; starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren, Scott Adkins, Andrei Arlovski, and Mariah Bonner

and look for the Blu-ray release 1.22.13 including the documentary “DAYS OF RECKONING: THE MAKING OF US4“…

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LOCAL, NYC

the best coffee shop on the planet…

CRAIG WALKER by DMAG

Craig and the work in progress  2007

by ROB PATRONITE and ROBIN RAISFELD

Struggling actors used to wait tables to pay the bills. These days, they open coffee shops. First came Jack’s Stir-Brew, the homespun, four-table nook where Jack Mazzola fends off ever-encroaching Starbucks with Fair Trade beans, organic apples, and a conspicuously neighborhood-friendly vibe. And then, Craig Walker, an avowed Jack’s fan, followed suit with Local, an equally pint-size nook with a similarly enlightened approach to sourcing beans and fostering community. Walker and his wife and partner, Elizabeth, have lived around the corner from their shop for almost two decades, and folks who don’t recognize him from his part-time barista gig at the nearby branch of Porto Rico know his face from the Law & Order franchise, where, he tells us, “My body count this year is thirteen.” Walker takes the coffee shop’s name to heart, procuring his beans from a Massachusetts micro-roaster and his food mostly from shops within a two-block radius: The olive rolls come from Grandaisy (formerly Sullivan Street) Bakery, the mozzarella from Joe’s Dairy, the ham from Pino Prime Meats across the street. The menu includes Greenmarket apple-cider doughnuts and pressed sandwiches on Parisi semolina bread, with a tasty Feta and green pepper with oregano and olive oil, inspired by a trip to Salonika. As for the major players in the coffee industry who only buy a tiny percentage of Fair Trade beans for appearance’s sake, “It’s like punching a nun in the face and going to church on the weekends,” says Walker. Or is that just the plot of an upcoming SVU?

the full review here…

(GRUBSTREET.COM  4.2.07)

LOCAL 144 Sullivan St. @ Houston, NYC  212.253.2601

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