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Chinatown nightclub closes suddenly
Ummm, just taking a wild guess here but ... perhaps it's a place to go for those who enjoy nightclubbing and who live in or near Chinatown? I bet the after sundown most people who live in those...
Read more at Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Hollywood's repeat offenders
Hollywood seems to have set out to make remakes and reboots of everything from Greg Dixon’s youth, and he isn’t happy. The '68 version of Planet of the Apes, starring
in a leather...
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The New Zealand Herald
The New Zealand Herald
Rep. Gary Glenn among top fundraisers after six m...
LARKIN TOWNSHIP, MI — A freshman Michigan lawmaker from Midland County raised more money since he was elected in November than almost every other state lawmaker in Michigan. State Rep. Gary Glenn,...
Read more at MLive.com
A stuntwoman’s battle
That's her, dressed as Queen Elizabeth, sliding on her back across a long banquet table, with a stuntman dressed as Leslie Nielsen lying on top of her, in the 1988 movie "The Naked Gun." She was...
Read more at Adirondack Daily Enterprise
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William Bast: Screenwriter who created The Colbys...
In 1985 he became creator and chief writer of the Dynasty spin-off The Colbys. Its stellar cast was headed by Barbara Stanwyck,
and Stephanie Beacham and like its predecessor it became...
Read more at Independent
Telling students to ‘turn off the phone’ not enou...
This piece was enlightening in that it reviewed the dilemma annually facing many teachers and administrators with the flood of students’ electronic devices in the classroom. Or, in plain English, tell...
Read more at San Antonio Express-News
Don’t forget to remember - On The Beat
Unlike those of the past generation who tend to remember things better as they need to commit everything to memory, we rely a lot on modern gadgets to do our remembering for us. In a way, we have...
Read more at The Star
Best Movie Endings
I was flipping around the other day and caught the final scene of Woody Allen’s “Hannah and Her Sisters.” It’s one of my favorites. The turmoil of the various story lines has subsided nicely by the...
Read more at The Morning Call
'G' rating wasn't always reserved for kids' movies
As a college sophomore more interested in movies than in college, I caught director Carroll Ballard's "The Black Stallion" in a dumpy theater in downtown Minneapolis, well into my first period of...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
Cool noir classics to read and watch on hot summe...
Murdock recommended five of his favorite detective novels — heavy on the Hammett and Chandler — and five of his favorite examples of film noir, mostly without Humphrey Bogart. Murdock’s disclaimer:...
Read more at The Gadsden Times
Carol Burnett gets SAG Life Achievement Award
Like the public, the Screen Actors Guild is so glad to have had decades with the irrepressible Carol Burnett. The guild will give its Life Achievement Award to the actress and TV legend -- a deserved...
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Whodunnit: The many incarnations of Sherlock Holm...
Actor Basil Rathbone plays the role of Sherlock Holmes in a 1953 television production of 'The Adventure Of The Black Baronet'. Bizarre castings litter the 100-odd screen versions of the world’s most...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
Touch of Evil review: inventive, nightmarish, fun
Touch of Evil review: inventive, nightmarish, funIt has undergone a narrative restoration, but Orson Welles’ baroque masterpiece remains pitch-perfect Mexican-born cop Mike Vargas (
Read more at The Irish Times
Readers remember Frankie’s Hot Dogs
It was an inadvertent oversight on our part, but it didn't escape the attention of a man in Rostraver. “We enjoyed your Fourth of July recollections last week, especially those from 60 years ago on...
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Who Plays God In The Movies?
The ancient Greeks used a crane to lift actors playing God onto the stage, where they'd promptly settle differences and bring the script to a swift, dramatic ending. God is still making appearances...
Read more at The Huffington Post
River Town Chronicles: ' … from my cold, dead han...
... donating them,” the librarian said as if giving away her life. I imagined her being dragged out by Digital Reader Deputies, her screams echoing NRA spokesman
: “I’ll give you my...
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