Bill Beckwith

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Bill Beckwith Dead: HGTVs Curb Appeal Host Killed In Motorcycle Crash, Girlfriend Yulia Korneeva Posts Facebook …

4 December 2013 | 4:42 pm Bill Beckwith, the co-host HGTVs home-improvement show "Curb Appeal," died at 38 years old in a motorcycle crash. According to CNN , Beckwith died Monday night after his motorcycle collided with another vehicle in San Francisco. "The driver of the vehicle remained on scene and is cooperative with police investigators," police said in a statement. "(Beckwith) was transported to (San Francisco …

Bill Beckwith Dead: Curb Appeal Co-Host Killed in Motorcycle Crash at 38

4 December 2013 | 4:33 pm More sad news out of California. Bill Beckwith , a contractor and co-host of the HGTV show Curb Appeal , died Monday, Dec. 2, after a motorcycle crash in San Francisco, the medical examiner's office told the San Jose Mercury News . He was 38.

HGTV host Beckwith dies

4 December 2013 | 3:40 pm HGTV show "Curb Appeal" says it's "heartbroken" following the death of co-host Bill Beckwith.

Bill Beckwith Dead 'Curb Appeal' Host Dies In Motorcycle …

4 December 2013 | 4:20 pm Beckwith, the handsome 38-year-old carpenter who won over legions of fans on Curb Appeal, died in a motorcycle crash in San Francisco.

RIP: Bill Beckwith, host of HGTV's 'Curb Appeal,' killed in crash …

4 December 2013 | 3:21 pm Bill Beckwith, who co-hosted HGTV home-improvement show "Curb Appeal," died in a motorcycle crash on Monday, December 2, 2013. Curb Appeal said in a statement on Facebook, "We are heartbroken. Bill was truly a

Bill Beckwith, host of HGTV's 'Curb Appeal,' killed in crash | Fox 59 …

4 December 2013 | 9:05 am By Ed Payne (CNN) — Bill Beckwith, who co-hosted HGTV home-improvement show "Curb Appeal," has died. He was 38. "Bill was truly a beloved and respected member of our Curb Appeal family and this loss is devastating


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  • The Cab says:

    What Books Do You Recommend That Are Nonfiction And At The College Level? College nonfiction books???
    College history books???
    That are not textbook related. One that I can pick up at a local library

    • Curator says:

      How about any of these books and series. IF you need info on any of the books listed, you can look them up at Barnes and Noble(, and your local library’s website.

      Let’s Face It: 90 Years of Living, Loving, and Learning by Kirk Douglas

      Michael Douglas: A Biography by Marc Eliot

      Walt Disney: An American Original by Bob Thomas

      Work in Progress by Michael D. Eisner with Tony Schwartz

      Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America by Barbara Ehrenreich

      Bait and Switch: The (Futile) Pursuit of the American Dream by Barbara Ehrenreich

      Scratch Beginnings: Me, $25, and the Search for the American Dream by Adam W. Shepard

      Wild Bill Donovan: The Spymaster Who Created the OSS and Modern American Espionage by Douglas Waller

      The Company We Keep: A Husband-and-Wife True-Life Spy Story by Robert Baer and Dayna Baer

      Body of Secrets: Anatomy of the Ultra-Secret National Security Agency by James Bamford

      Operation Mincemeat: How a Dead Man and a Bizarre Plan Fooled the Nazis and Assured an Allied Victory by Ben Macintyre

      Delta Force: A Memoir by the Founder of the U.S. Military’s Most Secretive Special-Operations Unit by Charlie A. Beckwith and Donald Knox

      Killer Elite (previously published as The Feather Men) by Ranulph Fiennes

      Bringing Down the House: The Inside Story of Six M.I.T. Students Who Took Vegas for Millions by Ben Mezrich

      The War at the Shore: Donald Trump, Steve Wynn, and the Epic War to Save Atlantic City by Richard D. “Skip” Bronson

    • Curator says:

      How about any of these books. IF you need info on any of the stuff listed, you can look them up at Barnes and Noble( and

      Special Forces: A Guided Tour of U.S. Army Special Forces by Tom Clancy Written with John Gresham

      Shadow Warriors: Inside the Special Forces by Tom Clancy with Genreal Carl Stiner (Ret.)

      The Company They Keep: Life inside the U.S. Army Special Forces by Anna J. Simons

      Masters of Chaos: The Secret History of the Special Forces by Linda Robinson

      Delta Force: A Memoir by the Founder of the U.S. Military’s Most Secretive Special-Operations Unit by Charlie A. Beckwith

      The Mission, The Men, and Me: Lessons from a Former Delta Force Commander by Pete Blaber

      The Night Stalkers: Top-Secret Missions of the U.S. Army’s Special Operations Aviation Regiment by Michael J. Durant and Steven Hartov with Lt. Col (Ret.) Robert L. Johnson

      Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10 by Marcus Luttrell with Patrick Robinson

      SEAL Team Six: Memoirs of an Elite Navy SEAL Sniper by Howard E. Wasdin & Stephen Templin

      No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden by Mark Owen with Kevin Maurer

      Bravo Two Zero by Andy McNab

      Immediate Action by Andy McNab

      The Art of War by Sun Tzu

      Ike: An American Hero by Michael Korda

      Eisenhower: Soldier and President by Stephen E. Ambrose

      American Caesar, Douglas Macarthur, 1880-1964 by William Manchester

      Macarthur’s War: The Flawed Genius Who Challenged the American Political System by Bevin Alexander

      My American Journey by Colin L. Powell With Joseph E. Persico

      Without Hesitation: The Odyssey of an American Warrior
      by General (Ret.) Hugh Shelton with Ronald Levinson and Malcolm McConnell

      These are consider a subcategory in Military History section at book stores, called CIA,FBI & Espionage. I would rather give a a section of it own and not as a subcategory in Military History.

      For the President’s Eyes Only: Secret Intelligence and the American Presidency from Washington to Bush by Christopher Andrew

      President’s Secret Wars: CIA and Pentagon Covert Operations since World War II by John Prados

      From the Shadows: The Ultimate Insider’s Story of Five Presidents and How They Won the Cold War
      by Robert M. Gates

      At the Center of the Storm: The CIA During America’s Time of Crisis by George Tenet with Bill Harlow

      Inside the CIA: Revisedealing the Secrets of the World’s Most Powerful Spy Agency by Ronald Kessler

      CIA’s Black Ops, The: Covert Action, Foreign Policy, and Democracy by John Jacob Nutter

      Jawbreaker: The Attack on Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda: A Personal Account by the CIA’s Key Field Commander by Gary Berntsen and Ralph Pezzullo

      Hard Measures: How Aggressive CIA Actions after 9/11 Saved American Lives by Jose A. Rodriguez Jr.

      Wizards of Langley: Inside the CIA’s Directorate of Science and Technology by Jeffrey T Richelson

      Spycraft: The Secret History of the CIA’s Spytechs, from Communism toAl-Qaeda by Robert Wallace and H. Keith Melton with Henry R. Schlesinger

      Master of Disguise: My Secret Life in the CIA by Antonio J. Mendez with Malcolm McConnell

      The Puzzle Palace: A Report on America’s Most Secret Agency by James Bamford

      Body of Secrets: Anatomy of the Ultra-Secret National Security Agency by James Bamford

      The FBI by Ronald Kessler

      The Bureau: The Secret History of the FBI by Ronald Kessler

      Cold Zero: Inside the FBI Hostage Rescue Team by Christopher Whitcomb

      MI6: Inside the Covert World of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service by Stephen Dorril

      On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: The Chiefs of MI6 by Nigel West

      The Man Who Never Was: World War II’s Boldest Counter-Intelligence Operation by Ewen Montagu

      Operation Mincemeat: How a Dead Man and a Bizarre Plan Fooled the Nazis and Assured an Allied Victory by Ben Macintyre

      Sword and the Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive and the Secret History of the KGB by Christopher Andrew and Vasill Mitrohhin

      Gideon’s Spies: The Secret History of the Mossad by Gordon Thomas

  • If You Could Replace Everyone On Mount Rushmore, Who Would Replace Them With? Who would you replace them with? They don’t have to be presidents but figures that have made an impact.

    • Curator says:

      These are the ones I would want there as my replacement But I don’t know in what order.

      Walt Disney
      John F. Kennedy
      Ronald Regan
      Wild Bill” Donovan

      I might also consider these people and think about them yes or no. Even when they are good but how good to go on there.

      Aaron Bank
      Charlie A. Beckwith
      Ian Fleming
      Steve Wynn
      Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
      Bill Gates
      Tom Clancy
      Collin Powell
      Oprah Winfrey

    • Curator says:

      Reginald Beckwith, who plays the minor part of Kenniston, died while filming for this movie was still going on. His scenes were already shot, but it was to be his last part and he never saw the result of it.

      Here’s information about the dangers of filming, but no one was injured or killed:
      The most difficult sequences to film were the underwater action scenes and the first to be shot underwater was at a depth of 50 feet to shoot the scene where SPECTRE divers remove the nuclear warheads from the sunken Vulcan bomber. Peter Lamont had previously visited an Air Force base carrying a concealed camera which he used to get close-up shots of the secretive missiles and those appearing in the film were not actually present. Most of the underwater scenes had to be done at lower tides due to the sharks in the Bahamian sea.
      Connery’s life was in danger in the sequence with the sharks in Largo’s pool and one which he had been in fear of when he read the script. He insisted that Ken Adam build a special Plexiglas partition inside the pool but, despite this, it was not a fixed structure and one of the sharks managed to pass through it. Connery had to abandon the pool immediately, seconds away from attack. Another dangerous situation occurred when special effects coordinator John Stears brought in a supposed dead shark carcass to be towed around the pool. However, the shark was not dead and revived at one point. Due to the dangers on the set, stuntman Bill Cummings demanded an extra fee £250 to double for Largo’s sidekick Quist as he was dropped into the pool of sharks.
      The climactic underwater battle was shot at Clifton Pier and was choreographed by Hollywood expert Ricou Browning, who had worked on many films previously such as “Creature From the Black Lagoon” in 1954. He was responsible for the staging of the cave sequence and the battle scenes beneath the Disco Volante and called in his specialist team of divers who posed as those engaged in the onslaught. Voit provided much of the underwater gear in exchange for product placement and film tie-in merchandise. Lamar Boren, an underwater photographer, was brought in to shoot all of the sequences. United States Air Force Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Russhon, who had already helped alliance Eon productions with the local authorities in Turkey for “From Russia With Love” 1963 and at Fort Knox for “Goldfinger” 1964, stood by and was able to supply the experimental rocket fuel used to destroy the Disco Volante. Russhon, using his position, was also able to gain access to the United States Navy’s still-experimental Fulton surface-to-air recovery system, which was used to lift Bond and Domino from the water at the end of the film. Filming ceased in May 1965 and the final scene shot was the physical fight on the bridge of the Disco Volante.
      While in Nassau, during the final shooting days, special effects supervisor John Stears was supplied experimental rocket fuel to use in exploding villain Largo’s yacht, the Disco Volante. Ignoring the true power of the volatile liquid, Stears doused the entire yacht with it, took cover, and then detonated the boat. The resultant massive explosion shattered windows along Bay Street in Nassau roughly 30 miles away.

  • Shelby Girl says:

    What Are Some Good Movies? What are some movies like. some really funny movies..?
    im getting ready to go buy some and i looked on IMDb and i can’t find any.
    so what movies do you like to watch. or maybe some classics or mysterys.. or like a movie about people making a movie or something. just any good movie title.

    • Curator says:

      Here are a few of my faves from each genre you mentioned:


      50 FIRST DATES: Henry Roth is a man afraid of commitment up until he meets the beautiful Lucy. They hit it off and Henry think he’s finally found the girl of his dreams, until he discovers she has short-term memory loss and forgets him the very next day.

      BIG DADDY: A lazy law school grad adopts a kid to impress his girlfriend, but everything doesn’t go as planned and he becomes the unlikely foster father.

      HAPPY GILMORE: A rejected hockey player puts his skills to the golf course to save his grandmother’s house.

      SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS: A young guy short on luck, enrolls in a class to build confidence to help win over the girl of his dreams, which becomes complicated when his teacher has the same agenda.

      THE PINK PANTHER: Loosely based on the 1964 Peter Sellers original film, where the detective must solve the murder of a famous soccer coach and find out who stole the infamous Pink Panther diamond.

      WEDDING CRASHERS: John Beckwith and Jeremy Grey, a pair of committed womanizers who sneak into weddings to take advantage of the romantic tinge in the air, find themselves at odds with one another when John meets and falls for Claire Cleary. Stars Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn.

      WHITE CHICKS: Two disgraced FBI agents go way undercover in an effort to protect hotel heiresses the Wilson Sisters from a kidnapping plot. Stars Shawn and Marlon Wayans.

      WHAT ABOUT BOB?: A successful psychiatrist loses his mind after one of his most dependent patients, a highly manipulative obsessive-compulsive, tracks him down during his family vacation.

      BIG MOMMA’S HOUSE 1: An FBI agent disguises himself as an old lady to protect a beautiful federal witness and her son.

      BIG MOMMA’S HOUSE 2: On his latest assignment, FBI agent Malcolm Turner (Lawrence) goes undercover as Big Momma, and works as a nanny for an unhappy woman (Procter) who is under investigation for murder.

      DODGEBALL: A group of misfits enter a Las Vegas dodgeball tournament in order to save their cherished local gym from the onslaught of a corporate health fitness chain.

      ANCHORMAN: Ron Burgundy is San Diego’s top rated newsman in the male dominated broadcasting of the 1970’s, but that’s all about to change when a new female employee with ambition to burn arrives in his office.

      AMERICAN PIE (Trilogy)

      ME, MYSELF AND IRENE: A nice guy cop with multiple personality disorder, must protect a woman on the run from a corrupt ex-boyfriend and his associates.

      THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY: A man gets a chance to meet up with his dream girl from high school, even though his date with her back then was a complete disaster.

      AUSTIN POWERS (Trilogy)

      NATIONAL LAMPOON’S ANIMAL HOUSE: This crude parody of college life in the ’60s spawned many imitations, but none could match the fresh-faced talent or bad taste of this huge box office success.

      CADDYSHACK: A no-brainer that has become a low-brow classic, this 1980 comedy makes anarchy the rule of the day, unleashing the antics of Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, and Chevy Chase. Caddyshack is about the scheme of a vulgar land developer (Dangerfield) who wants to build condominiums on the site of a ritzy country club.

      ACCEPTED: When a high school burnout discovers he’s been rejected from every college he’s applied to, he creates a fake university in order to fool his overzealous parents.

      LIAR LIAR: A fast track lawyer can’t lie for 24 hours due to his son’s birthday wish after the lawyer turns his son down for the last time.

      THE MASK: Bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss is transformed into a manic super-hero when he wears a mysterious mask.

      SAFE HOUSE: A psychological thriller; Mace Sowell, an ex-intelligence operative and whose past government activities catches up with him.
      FRAILTY: Fenton Meeks (Matthew McConaughey), comes forth to tell the FBI that his brother Adam may be the serial killer who calls himself God’s Hands, who the FBI has been searching for. The film uses flashbacks to show Meeks’ childhood with a father (Bill Paxton) who believed he was on a mission from God to destroy demons that inhabit human bodies. Fenton saw his dad as evil, while Adam saw him as a hero.

      ABOVE SUSPICION: A Cop is paralyzed in a shooting and unable to walk. His misfortune brings him sympathy, which he uses to devise a plan to rid himself of his unfaithful wife and her lover.

      WHAT’S EATING GILBERT GRAPE? Gilbert Grape lives in Endora, a place where nothing much happens. The only times the police got something to do is when Gilbert’s autistic brother Arnie tries to climb up on the watertower nearby. Taking care of Arnie is mostly Gilbert’s task which can be pretty demanding, at least while you are working at the local grocery store. Then one day Becky and her grandmother passes through Endora getting trouble with the car. Gilbert falls in love with Becky, but gets problems when he tries to find time for his own private life.

      BLUE CRUSH: As a hard-core surfer girl prepares for a big competition, she finds herself falling for a football player.

      THE PELICAN BRIEF: A law student uncovers a conspiracy, putting herself and others in danger.

      SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY: Laura and Martin have been married for four years. They seem to be the perfect, happiest and most successful couple. The reality of their house- hold, however, is very different. Martin is an abusive and brutally obsessed husband. Laura is living her life in constant fear and waits for a chance to escape.

      21: Inspired by the true story of five students who changed the game forever. Six MIT students who were trained to become experts in card counting and subsequently took Vegas casinos for millions in winnings.

      THE ILLUSIONIST: In turn-of-the-century Vienna, a magician uses his abilities to secure the love of a woman far above his social standing.

      THE ITALIAN JOB: Based on a 1969 Michael Caine film of the same name, thieves plan to pull of the heist of their lives by creating Los Angeles largest traffic jam ever.

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