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The best Christmas movies ever
Pushing aside most of my ‘Bah Humbug’ feelings about the festive holidays, it is time to actually celebrate. What better way to do that than to indulge in movies that embody the spirit of the occasion...
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Cook: North Korea fought Hollywood and won. Good.
Somebody needs to. Earlier this week, Sony canceled its Christmas Day release of "The Interview" -- a satire about the assassination of Kim Jong Un -- after purportedly receiving hacks, threats and...
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Pop culture brings burlesque back into vogue
SOUTHINGTON — Dressed in black sequin shorts, fishnet stockings, and stilettos, Katrina Schmidt’s back faced the audience as she prepared to showcase a burlesque routine. Light reflected off a disco...
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Sony hack: Aaron Sorkin email suggests actresses ...
He unfairly points the finger at females when he should be saying all actors have it easy. I can read out lines someone else wrote for $10m a movie. Where do I sign up? Yes, but could you cope with...
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Justin Timberlake at Philly's Wells Fargo Center ...
If you didn’t see Justin Timberlake at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday, don’t worry. He’ll be back. For years to come. The concert left little doubt that Timberlake is a performer for...
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JCCA brings in high quality performances
It is during this time of year we gets a bit more nostalgic than other times. We search out the things of our youth. Claymation Rudolphs and Heatmeisers once again become vogue. It is not at any other...
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Tap dancing pensioner releases Christmas video
A TAP DANCING pensioner is hoping to bring the festive spirit – and go viral – with an upbeat Christmas song partly written by his mum. Peter Parsons, of Rodwell Close, Beechdale, dressed up in his...
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Monday, December 22
The rather bizarre blend of elements in this crime series no longer seems so strange. FREE TO AIR Commando School, SBS One, 8.30pm One of the best of the recent ob-doc series, this Channel Four...
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Hip hop and butoh align, evolve
It is not a stretch to recognize the similarities between hip-hop dance and Japanese butoh. As Rennie Harris said after the local premiere of Flash on Friday at the Painted Bride, both are forms of...
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Gabby Logan on gender in sport, family and Strict...
PRESENTING tonight’s BBC Sports Personality Of The Year 2014 show is what Gabby Logan calls a home game. Live from the SSE Hydro in Glasgow, a city she lived in when husband Kenny pulled on his rugby...
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Gusto’s holiday gift guide: Great books of the se...
Some people in our lives are beyond special. Some books – especially at this time of year – are quite beyond special, too. And sometimes there are lucky people of sufficient means who can bring those...
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Matthew Bourne: If people say, ‘You made me cry’,...
Born in Hackney and with no training as a dancer until he reached his early 20s, Matthew Bourne, 54, is widely hailed as the UK’s most popular and successful choreographer/director. He has made his...
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UMSL alumni showcasing st. louis talent
Ever wonder what happens to alumni after they graduate? Do they settle into a life of World travel? Cover news segments for KMOV? Host their own radio program? Do they submerge into the world of...
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Dancing could reduce risk of dementia
Dancing could reduce risk of dementia YEARS AGO WHEN I PLAYED. ME, TOO. TODAY AN ESTIMATED 5.2 MILLION AMERICANS HAVE ALZHEIMER'S AND ONE IN THREE SENIORS DIE WITH ALZHEIMER'S OR ANOTHER FORM OF...
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We're soggy, but still in a drought
It's really hard to think of ourselves as being in a drought after the past week. The doomsday warnings, then the days of watching storm clouds silently advancing out of the West as if on some evil...
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Movie quiz for December 12th
Movie quiz for December 12th In the bleak mid-winter you will enjoy a quiz Fri, Dec 12, 2014, 00:58 1. Which film series will, we learnt last week, continue next year with SPECTRE? 2. Who has this...
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Friendship between Lee Miller and Picasso explored
SHE was a 1920s New York model who went on to become one of the world’s leading fashion photographers and an acclaimed war correspondent. He was the Spanish painter who was to be revered as one of...
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White Christmas, review: Darren Day steps effortl...
The film and theatrical extensions of the White Christmas franchise are more straightforward affairs. Although they touch on themes of displacement and loneliness they are at heart, life-affirming...
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Tomase: Picking up the pieces after losing Lester
Thinking out loud in the wake of the news that Jon Lester has signed with the Cubs... * No one wants to hear this now based on the result, but on some level you have to respect the fact that the Red...
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First look at the Rock's disaster movie
VIDEO: It's a blockbuster that promises to make the Earth move for filmgoers. Dwayne Johnson in first trailer for earthquake movie San Andreas. Photo: YouTube It's a blockbuster that promises to...
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