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How does network television solve a problem like redundancy? The trend of saturating popular culture with unnecessary remakes seemed to finally reach a fever pitch of protest when NBC announced plans to air a live production of "The Sound of Music," starring country superstar Carrie Underwood.
The Stockton Black Leadership Council announces its 10th Annual Emancipation Proclamation Celebration on January 1st to celebrate 151 years of freedom from slavery in America.
Profiles in History run by Joe Maddalena is proud to announce The Property of a Distinguished American Private Collector Part lll.
Mr. Nelson Mandela was trained as a lawyer. He became engaged in in politics after 1948 as South Africa implemented the system of racial apartheid.
On Sunday night, A&E Networks will broadcast the first part of its new "Bonnie & Clyde" miniseries, starring Emile Hirsch and "The Borgias' " Holliday Grainger, across three of its channels -- Lifetime, History, and A&E -- with the second installment airing Monday.
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"Inside Llewyn Davis" hits theaters this week. "Out of the Furnace" and "Last Days on Mars" also make their debut.
Entering his sophomore year at Occidental College, Barack Obama sought a political movement to match his personal awakening, which he signaled to friends and family at the time by reclaiming his African first name.
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It was the 1993 TV movie of the musical "Gypsy" starring Bette Midler with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim .
U.S. television was alive with "The Sound of Music" on Thursday as country singer Carrie Underwood and "True Blood" actor Stephen Moyer starred in a live version of the classic musical about an aspiring nun who falls in love with an Austrian captain.
This is a fantasy. A careless product of wild imagination. And my good friends, Man of Steel is all the better for it.For months, I actively worried about this movie.
With the passing of Nelson Mandela on Thursday at age 95, the huge success of "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" takes on an even deeper relevance.
In this film publicity image released by Warner Bros.,Morgan Freeman portrays Nelson Mandela, left, and Matt Damon portrays Francois Pienaar in a scene from the film, "Invictus."
"The Sound of Music," 8 to 11 p.m., NBC. Returning to TV's live-theater era, NBC has a gifted star in a family-friendly show.
Nearly 50 years after its movie debut, "The Sound of Music" is hitting the national stage for a live performance featuring Carrie Underwood.