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US rallies to stop British actors taking Hollywoo...
The invasion of British and Irish leading men in Hollywood has now gone beyond a joke for many in the American entertainment industry. First noticed some time in 2011, the trend was initially...
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Magic Mike XXL, movie review: Channing Tatum has ...
The dance sequences themselves are often very impressively staged. In one early set-piece, Mike (who has given up the stripper life to open his own furniture business) is shown leaping around his...
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Luca Dotti: “Food comes in seasons, not cans and ...
This is our fourth annual Trust Me On This series, in which famous and fascinating people share valuable life lessons. This year, we've asked four brilliant people to discuss eating clean, food and...
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Tony-nominated Tony Yazbeck: Former Bethlehem res...
Former Bethlehem resident Tony Yazbeck recalls his reaction after hearing he had been nominated for a major Tony Award this year. After "crying and laughing at the same time … all of a sudden you...
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'Mother Knows Best' Inspired This Franchisee to T...
Franchise Players is Entrepreneur's Q&A interview column that puts the spotlight on franchisees. If you're a franchisee with advice and tips to share, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Andrea Bisconti...
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‘Ted 2' is more of the same bawdy bear
... 2’ is more of the same bawdy bear Published: Friday, June 26, 2015, 12:01 a.m. “Ted 2” reunites Mark Wahlberg's insecure-wallflower character (it's called acting, folks) with the chubby little...
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All the right moves - wknd
C+C Music Factory’s American hit single (clue: it’s our title) was released in the late 90s, but it might as well be the city’s anthem song now. Dubai has been a hotspot for the arts of late — with...
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The Nitwits Are in Charge
Sometimes I wonder if today's crop of U.S. pundits and pols could ever rise to meet some truly urgent need of the American people, let alone the interests of the world. Everything, it seems, is done...
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Hats off to new show
BALLARAT'S Josh Sanders has created a new musical work honouring the films of
and Ginger Rogers. FACING THE MUSIC: The cast of new production I Won't Dance rehearse before staging the...
Read more at The Courier
Beverly Hills News – Coffee & Cabaret at Greyston...
Posted: Tuesday, June 23, 2015 – 2:23 PM Cabaret & Coffee with Andrea Marcovicci Sings Movies offers and up-close, intimate afternoon of nostalgia and romance with the perfect backdrop of Greystone...
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Godfather actor Gianni Russo joins Transatlantic ...
Godfather actor Gianni Russo is returning to Liverpool as part of celebrations for Cunard’s 175th anniversary. The 70-year-old will introduce a special showing of the iconic film at Odeon Liverpool...
Read more at Liverpool Echo
Longest-running street arts festival to return to...
THE beautiful, bizarre and bonkers is soon to descend on Winchester as the UK's longest-running street arts festival returns for another year. Hat Fair will see 224 performances across three days in...
Read more at Hampshire Chronicle
A look back at June 22 in years gone by
On This Day - Monday June 22 1377: Richard II inherited the English throne, aged 10. 1757: George Vancouver, the explorer after whom Vancouver Island and Vancouver are named, was born. 1814: MCC...
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How Allentown's Dieruff High reached new 'Heights...
It was one of those electric moments. The five Lehigh Valley high schools nominated for best musical production at the Freddy Awards had been announced May 21. And as the presenters fumbled to open...
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The Way I See It: Dads: take care of yourselves
One of my earliest memories of my dad is of him cutting out freehand a chain of paper animals. With a piece of white paper folded into sections, he would cut out horses, cows, cats, dogs, farm...
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Dade County And The Arts: Conversations About Joy...
We have already talked about how, all over the world, you will find art pieces placed along the way just to make you smile or sigh or tell a friend the place you want to meet. These two photos are...
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Five things to know this Saturday
INDIANAPOLIS - Good Saturday morning! Here are five things to know to get your weekend started. Fair features today: 93.9 The Beat Night. Chainsaw carving demos, 4-H shows (horse, goat, sheep and...
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Why Lady Gaga's partnership with Tony Bennett jus...
At first glance, the idea might seem preposterous: an 88-year-old jazz crooner partnering with a 28-year-old pop star in the recording studio and on tour. But as soon as Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga...
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Mr. Holmes, film review: Ian McKellen's Sherlock ...
First spotted on a train, Ian McKellen's 93-year-old Holmes looks nothing like the detective as played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Basil Rathbone, Robert Stephens, Robert Downey Jnr, Jeremy Brett, Peter...
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It’s time for the annual Nichols School General I...
Test your knowledge with Nichols School’s 2015 Lucy and Sherman Maisel General Information Test. The test is a tradition that began in the 1911 Nichols School yearbook. It is compiled from questions...
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