Justified Season 5 Premiere On January 7th At 9 PM CST


By Jueseppi B.

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Long Hard Times to Come (Justified Theme)


Published on Dec 11, 2012

The theme from Gangstagrass that got us all hooked to the gunslinging modern day western known as “Justified”. Bless you, Raylan Givens.




Justified Season 5 HD trailers compilation


Justified Season 5 premiers January 7th

Compilation of trailers: “Tracks”, “Prison” and “Pool”.

What we know of Justified Season 5 so far:

Michael Rapaport has been revealed to portray the Florida-based Crowe clan patriarch Dale Jr.,

‘Friday Night Lights’ vet Alicia Witt will play a paralegal and public face of the Crowe crime family.

‘X-Men: First Class’ star Edi Gathegi will take the role of Haitian criminal and Crowe employee Jean Baptiste, a former member of the Haitian secret police.

Showrunner Graham Yost also expressed a desire to craft a new means of driving the character action besides the big bad and mystery approaches already used in recent seasons.



Justified is an American television drama series developed by Graham Yost. It is based on Elmore Leonard‘s novels Pronto and Riding the Rap and his short story “Fire in the Hole”. Its main character is Raylan Givens, a deputy U.S. MarshalTimothy Olyphant portrays Givens, a tough federal lawman, enforcing his own brand of justice in his Kentucky hometown. The series is set in the city of Lexington, Kentucky, and the hill country of eastern Kentucky, specifically in and around Harlan.


Justified premiered on March 16, 2010, on the FX network. The show was renewed for a second season, which premiered on February 9, 2011. A third season of 13 episodes was announced on March 29, 2011, and premiered January 17, 2012. A fourth season of 13 episodes was announced on March 6, 2012 and premiered January 8, 2013. The show was renewed for a fifth season, which is scheduled to premiere on January 7, 2014.


Justified has received widespread critical acclaim throughout all four seasons, particularly for its acting, directing, art direction, and writing, as well as for Olyphant’s lead performance. Justified has been nominated for seven Primetime Emmy Awards as of 2012, with two wins, for Margo Martindale‘s performance as Mags Bennett and Jeremy Davies‘ performance as Dickie Bennett.



Timothy Olyphant’s “Justified” Character Is Getting A Lisp – CONAN on TBS




Justified 2010 Intertitle.png
Based on “Fire in the Hole”
by Elmore Leonard
Developed by Graham Yost
Opening theme “Long Hard Times to Come”

by Gangstagrass

Composer(s) Steve Porcaro
Country of origin United States
Originallanguage(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 52 (List of episodes)
Cinematography Francis Kenny
Running time
  • 38–45 minutes
  • 52 minutes (pilot)
Productioncompany(s) Sony Pictures Television
Rooney McP Productions
Timberman-Beverly Productions
Nemo Films
Bluebush Productions
FX Productions
Distributor Sony Pictures Television
Original channel FX
Original run March 16, 2010 – present



Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens is something of a 19th-century–style, Old West lawman living in modern times, whose unconventional enforcement of justice makes him a target of criminals as well as his U.S. Marshals Service bosses. As a result of his controversial but “justified” quick-draw shooting of mob hit-man Tommy Bucks in Miami, Givens is re-assigned from Miami to Kentucky. The Lexington, Kentucky Marshals office’s jurisdiction includes Harlan County (a hopelessly impoverished, backwoods coal-mining community in southeastern Kentucky), in which Raylan grew up and thought he had escaped for good in his youth.


Justified season 5 trailer


Published on Dec 10, 2013

Finally justified season 5 is coming!!!




Season 5

On March 28, 2013, FX renewed Justified for a fifth season, scheduled to premiere on January 7, 2014. The fifth season will feature the gator-farming Crowe crime family, led by Dale Crowe, Jr., played by Michael Rapaport. Also, Jere Burns, who has recurred throughout the first four seasons as Wynn Duffy was made a series regular.


Justified – Prison


Published on Dec 16, 2013

Jail cells can’t imprison power. Justified returns Tuesday, January 7 on FX.





Main cast



Recurring cast



Justified received a 2010 Peabody Award. The series has received seven Primetime Emmy Award nominations. For the first season, the series received a single nomination, for Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music. For the second season, it received four acting nominations for the63rd Primetime Emmy Awards—Timothy Olyphant for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, Walton Goggins for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, Margo Martindale for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, and Jeremy Davies for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, with Martindale winning. For the third season, it received two nominations for the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, with Jeremy Davies winning for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, and a nomination for Outstanding Art Direction for a Single-Camera Series.





JUSTIFIED: Joelle Carter as Ava Crowder. CR/ Mark Seliger / FX.











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Maine Man Shot/Killed In Road Rage Incident Along Interstate 81 In Franklin County


By Jueseppi B.



State police are asking anyone who may have seen the shooting to call investigators at the Chambersburg Station at 717-264-5161.


From Penn-Live.com:


Highway homicide leaves Maine man dead and a trail of unanswered questions


By Charles Thompson | cthompson@pennlive.com 


State police at Chambersburg had no further updates Saturday night on an apparent road rage that left a Maine man dead Saturday morning.


That meant that for the rest of us, the first day of this investigation closed with many more unanswered questions than answers about one of the most chilling highway incidents the midstate has ever seen.


It was largely unclear just how much information Pennsylvania State Police and other agencies had to go on as they searched for the killer of 28-year-old Timothy Davison of Poland, Maine.


For example, there is a state Department of Transportation traffic camera mounted along Interstate 81 right where the victim’s vehicle came to rest: PennLive.com published a 10:51 a.m. screen grab from the site, showing southbound traffic being diverted away from the scene.


But a PennDOT official noted Saturday night the purpose of those cameras is primarily for monitoring traffic flow for the motoring public’s information, and not for capturing information like license plates of passing vehicles.


Darkness wouldn’t help.


Davison, according to police reports, appears to have first engaged with his assailants in Maryland, calling emergency dispatchers there at or shortly before 2 a.m. only to have his call dropped when he entered Pennsylvania.


Davison, by then already under pursuit and under fire, reconnected with dispatchers in Franklin County shortly thereafter, but was rammed and shot about three miles into the state line, in Antrim Township.


Whether the PennDOT cameras even retain information after the fact can vary depending on the age of the equipment in question, the official noted.


Another unknown as of Saturday night was whether police have been able to identify any eyewitnesses to the final, frantic minutes of Davison’s life, as he sped along the highway in conversation with emergency dispatchers.


PSP spokesman Rob Hicks said he did not have information as to whether there were any other motorists who had noticed the deadly chase.


There’s almost always some level of traffic on a busy north-south artery like Interstate 81, but there would more likely be periods with no nearby traffic in the overnight period when this incident occurred.


It was also unclear just how much specific information Davison was able to relate to dispatchers about his attackers. According to police reports, the vehicle was described as “a Ford Ranger-type” of truck.


But did Davison – or anyone else – take note of the license plate? And how much of that was communicated to police.


Hicks noted late Saturday that he had not seen any physical description of Davison’s shooter, and he said he expected that was because, “we don’t have a description of that person.”


Hicks did say it is believed that the shooter fled south, which could also bring a number of other state’s police agencies into the case.


Maryland, where Davison’s problem appears to have begun, lies just several miles south of the shooting location. And within a 45-minute drive of that, a driver can easily be in West Virginia or Virginia.


What did emerge late Saturday was a little more personal background on the victim.


Davison’s father, also named Timothy Davison, told the Portland Press-Herald newspaper in Portland, Maine Saturday night that his son was returning from a trip to Florida where he had visited his grandfather, uncle and sister.


He was taking I-81 to avoid traffic on I-95, his father told the newspaper, adding he last spoke to his son Friday afternoon when he was driving through Georgia and had expected him home on Saturday.


Davison’s father stated that police told him that his son called 911 in Maryland to report that a pickup was pursuing him and someone in the truck was firing shots, but the call was dropped when he crossed the border into Pennsylvania.


His son called 911 again, the elder Davison said, and reached Pennsylvania police, but the call was connected right around the time that his son’s SUV was forced off the road and he was shot.


“He was a great kid,” Davison said of his son, who worked for his father’s company, Engineered Construction Services in Raymond as a foreman and supervisor, the elder Davison said.


“He was the smartest (one) I had on the crew,” the father said. “He could see the vision and he could build it.”


His son went to school in Arizona to learn how to be a motorcycle mechanic before returning to Maine to work for him a few years ago, the elder Davison said.



Traffic is diverted near the scene of homicide investigation near mile marker 3, along Interstate 81 in Antrim Township, Franklin County.

Traffic is diverted near the scene of homicide investigation near mile marker 3, along Interstate 81 in Antrim Township, Franklin County.


State police are asking anyone who may have seen the shooting to call investigators at the Chambersburg Station at 717-264-5161.


Maine man shot and killed in apparent road rage incident along Interstate 81 in Franklin County


By Joe Elias | jelias@pennlive.com 


A Maine man was shot and killed early this morning in an apparent road rage incident along Interstate 81 in southern Franklin County, according to the Pennsylvania State Police.


The victim, Timothy Davison, 28, of Poland, Maine, described the attack to 911 operators before dying from his wounds, state police said.


The incident took place just after 2 a.m. along the southbound lanes of the interstate near Exit 3, the exit for Route 11 in Antrim Township.

Davison called 911 while he was traveling north along I-81 and told operators he was being followed by a Ford Ranger-style truck and that one of the occupants of the truck was firing a weapon at him, state police.


The suspect then rammed Davison’s vehicle, forcing him into the median near the south bound lanes of the interstate, police said. After the Davison’s vehicle became disabled, the suspect approached him and fired several rounds into the vehicle, police said.


Davison later died from his injuries at York Hospital. No arrests have been made yet in the shooting, police said.


State police are asking anyone who may have seen the shooting to call investigators at the Chambersburg Station at 717-264-5161.


The shooter’s vehicle is described as a Ford Ranger-style truck possibly blue with damage to the driver’s side.


Traffic along the southbound lanes of the interstate was shut down for more than nine hours while troopers searched the scene. The interstate was reopened just after 11 a.m.


Police have not said if the shooting is related to an incident in York County on Friday where shots where fired from a truck in Monaghan Township.


Thank you  Penn-Live.com.


I wonder what the outcome of this road rage incident would have been, had the assailant NOT had a gun?









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Clean Slow Cooker Thai Peanut Chicken

Originally posted on Whole to the Core Blog:


This meal has become a favorite in my house. I can even serve it as leftovers for my husband (who is a leftover snob), and he will happily eat it! Between the wonderful flavors, the lean chicken, the peanut butter, and a fiber-rich whole grain, this is a meal that will leave you completely satisfied.

  • 4 boneless chicken breasts (about 2 – 2.5 pounds) sliced into think strips

  • 1 cup Chunky Peanut Butter

  • 2/3 cup broth (chicken or veggie)

  • 3 Tablespoons organic soy sauce

  • 2 cloves garlic, minced

  • 2 teaspoons onion flakes

  • 1 Tablespoon honey

  • Juice of one lime

  • 2 tablespoons of coconut oil

  • 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper (optional)

  • Fresh cilantro as garnish

Coat bottom of the crock pot with coconut oil. Place in chicken. In a medium bowl, mix all remaining ingredients except for the cilantro. Pour the mixture over the chicken. Cook for 6 hours. Serve over…

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Winter Bubbles

Originally posted on sharing me myself and i:

Alexandria helping me with a winter photo shoot
Winter-  Outdoor - Macro - Alexandria - Bubbles

One of many attempts
Winter - Outdoor - Macro - Bubble Stick

The 50 millionth time is a charm!
Winter - Outdoor - Macro - Bubbles - Ice Crystals

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Amazing Black Artists to Watch in 2014

Originally posted on GOOD BLACK NEWS:

Tamara Natalie Madden Art

Tamara Natalie Madden
“The Black Queen”

No, not every deserving artist gets their first taste of attention through one of the art world’s largest platforms such as the legendary Art Basel show, or the Frieze Art Fair. In particular, African-American artists and other artists of color are still working towards greater visibility in the highest spheres of the rarified art community. Thus, there can never be too many lists bringing attention to the abundance of talented creators on the cusp of discovery who are ready to emerge.

Here are the fresh faces and more established visionaries still gaining ground that you need to know in 2014. The African diasporan artists compiled in the photo gallery above carry forth the traditions set in motion by visual artists from significant eras such as the Harlem Renaissance and Black Arts Movement, yet speak with new images and forms that lead…

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