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Story of Bob Harvey: A life less ordinary
He once mooned a ratepayer while out jogging, thinks the CIA killed Norman Kirk and finally met his parents when he was middle-aged. Former Waitakere mayor Bob Harvey has always lived a life less...
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SFJFF Given the seemingly endless one-step-forward, two-steps-back nature of peace negotiations in the Middle East, it seems a fair bet that the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (July 24-Aug. 10)...
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the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
Earlville drive-in theater raising funds to make ...
... survived through a lot out here,” said Magnoni, owner of the Route 34 Drive-In. “I won’t let them beat me.” By them, Magnoni means the movie companies that announced last year they were going...
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New Barrow cinema room brings golden age of silve...
Last updated at 15:22, Thursday, 24 July 2014 A DECADE on from the demolition of Barrow’s last remaining art deco cinema, a young entrepreneur has brought its memory back to life. Film enthusiast...
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North-West Evening Mail
North-West Evening Mail
Brewery Arts Centre
Monetary policy can't do it all, says RBA
Monetary policy can't do it all. That's the message from Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens. There was a "global panic" in 2008, but the world economy avoided a repeat of the 1930s depression, he...
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12-year-old race horse still in the running
Though he’s already 12 years old and competing in a field dominated by much younger trotters, Whippet Good is doing more than earning his keep at DeChellis Stables, a family-owned operation in...
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara Falls Review
ANNE RECTOR: Here are some great Canadian reads
While deeply sad to hear Farley Mowat had died my next thought was, ‘I bet his books are popular this summer.’ For me “Never Cry Wolf” resonated, for my husband, it was “The Boat Who Wouldn’t Float.”...
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Ship worker’s Sicilian roots
... DAD was Sicilian and was the best cook in the world," Slice of Life subject Daniel Iacono told Northern Star photographer Marc Stapelberg. "I learnt a little Italian as a boy. We had six boys and...
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Big pictures celebrated at 70MM Film Festival
Wide is back. Friday through July 24, the Music Box Theatre presents 10 panoramic films made between 1958 and 2012, some classics, some not, but all of them wide. The skies will be larger, the stars...
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Paul Thomas Anderson
2001: A Space Odyssey
The Texas Punk Problem
The Misfits' Glenn Danzig at the Ritz, 1983 As a UT student in 1980, Bill Daniel arrived younger, straighter, and in awe of the clientele at Drag-bound venue Raul's, birthplace of Austin punk, a...
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Projectionist’s death results in cancellation of ...
Patrons of the Victoria Theatre Association received an email news alert Saturday afternoon stating that the Saturday and Sunday screenings of “Rebel Without a Cause” were being canceled “due to...
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Rebel Without a Cause
Tuscola Today » Caro Roadhouse Museum plans exhib...
Photo by Bill Petzold • Strand owner Rick Farris, left, poses for a photo with employees Tiffany Adams, Christian Tysick, Emily Campbell and Mark Biebel. Missing from the photo is Rick’s wife Angie...
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Your Voice Wednesday July 2
I would like to remind Tele readers that Dundee Road in Broughty Ferry, after the stretch of dual carriageway, is a 30mph zone. I am beginning to lose count of the number of times drivers have...
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Petra Starke: Nicole Kidman gets dipped in tin of...
ON the off chance you were wondering whether Nicole Kidman’s new flop Grace of Monaco would have been better if it had been set on Mars, I can tell you quite definitively that no, it wouldn’t. I know...
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