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Baldwinsville filmmaker to debut film about broth...
BALDWINSVILLE, NY -- About two years ago, Baldwinsville filmmaker Marc Schoeberlein asked the community for donations to help make a film about his brother's battle with cancer. The community...
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OLAF FUB SEZ: According to psychologist and psychedelic drug researcher Timothy Leary, born on this date in 1920, “You’re only as young as the last time you changed your mind.” CATCHING A BREATH – A...
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HA HA HOOD's comedy had audience all of a quiver
FOR those who love pantomime, variety shows and good old-fashioned British comedy, HA HA HOOD! is about as perfect a production as you could get. With an all-star cast of just four and marvellous...
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What to do with a week in London
WHENEVER you have a short time on a holiday, it is hard to decide what to do and what you can do without. After visiting London five years ago, aside from Buckingham Palace, London Tower and Hampton...
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George Lucas fills in details on Chicago museum
The Associated Press Posted: Saturday, October 18, 2014, 2:56 PM And she was right. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has publicly embraced the idea, and the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is set to take its place...
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First World War - Why we must remember Suffolk’s ...
Gallery: First World War - Why we must remember Suffolk’s cycling battalions who fought in a ‘forgotten’ conflictRobert Suskins sits by the seafront. Octogenarian Mary Trumpess’s dearest wish is to...
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Ha Ha Hood! And The Prince of Leaves, Palace Thea...
Hot on the heels of Ha Ha Holmes! comes Ha Ha Hood!, and if that was funny then this sequel was absolutely hilarious. Written and starring Ben Langley as Robin, Ha Ha Hood! tells part two of the...
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Sharing a facility was tough at times for Hazleto...
The Greater Hazleton YMCA/YWCA building at 75 S. Church St. is celebrating its 50th birthday. The building was dedicated on Oct. 18, 1964, marking the end of a successful multi-year building campaign...
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George Lucas lays out vision for his museum
Ariel Investments president Mellody Hobson is the reason the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art will rise in her hometown rather than the hometown of its namesake, San Francisco. It was always assumed...
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Celebrities Support Stand Up To Cancer Gala Raisi...
Stand up To Cancer saw some of Britain's best-loved celebrities join forces for a TV special to raise funds for cancer research. David Beckham, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Noel Gallagher, Andy Murray,...
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George Lucas museum to feature more than 'Star Wa...
The notion that his museum slated for Chicago's lakefront will be a "Star Wars" museum has been "blown all out of proportion," filmmaker George Lucas said, speaking at a Chicago Ideas Week event...
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Area history, Oct. 17, 2014
Today is Friday, Oct. 17, 2014. Here are news reports from this date 100, 50 and 15 years ago: In 1914: The new Orpheum Theatre in downtown Champaign will open at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 19. The...
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Movie screens to show a special ‘Billy Elliot’
Fathom Events next month will broadcast to U.S. movie theaters the special performance that brought together past and present Billys for a spectacular finale of "Billy Elliot the Musical" at London's...
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Billy Elliot The Musical
Growing Stage Harvest Fest Oct. 23
NETCONG — The Growing Stage will host Harvest Fest 2014 on Thursday, Oct. 23 at the Morris Crossroads Corporate Complex, 3000 International Drive North, Mount Olive. The following restaurants will be...
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What to do around Stamford this weekend.
STAMFORD -- Entertainment and adventures await. Here are some of best bets for the weekend and week ahead. Mysterious events Ghostly Sightings Tours, Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, 295 West Ave.,...
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Top things to do this weekend, October 17-19
Top things to do this weekend, October 17-19 Enlarge ImageRequest to buy this photoBrooke LaValley | Dispatch file photoDuring the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon, about 18,000...
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The Columbus Dispatch
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Shabana Azmi set for Dubai stage
The play is brought to the UAE by award-winning British theatre company Rifco and Watford
(UK). A family comedy drama, Happy Birthday Sunita, written by writer and actress Harvey Virdi...
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Movie Listings (Friday, October 17 - Thursday, Oc...
Movie listings are for Friday, October 17 through Thursday, October 23. (Prior listings through Thursday, October 16 are still available here.) For complete showtimes, please visit the theater's...
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Cellist Zuill Bailey gives voice to Dvorak's cele...
As Matteo Gofriller painstakingly shaped wood and string to make them sing, is it possible that this 17th-century Venetian luthier thought about the future musicians who might one day play his...
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Stamford Symphony Ready To Kick Off New Season
STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford Symphony is excited to kick off the 2014-2015 Season with Opening Weekend Concerts on Saturday, October 18th at 8 pm and Sunday, October 19th at 3 pm. In addition to the...
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The Daily Voice - New Canaan
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