2 hrs ago | DFW Catholic
Someone from the crowd came to Jesus and said, "Teacher, I have brought to you my son possessed by a mute spirit.
4 hrs ago | 411mania.com
Welcome to the Big Screen Bulletin ! My name is Steve Gustafson and this is where we hit the big movie news from the weekend and anything else going on in the world of Hollywood! I was able to have a quick chat with Farrah Abraham this week.
8 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem said Monday it was granting the singer the degree because of her concern for human rights and dedication to Israel and the Jewish people.
8 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
In Orlando, it seems like there's always a reason to celebrate the "Star Wars" films.
8 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Streisand, the iconic Jewish-American singer and actress, will be presented with the degree at a ceremony on June 17 during the Hebrew University International Board of Governors meeting in Jerusalem.
12 hrs ago | Blogcritics | Blogcritics
What is about the Victorian era that fascinates so many modern writers these days? Not only are people setting novels in the time period, a whole sub-genre of science fiction/fantasy has developed out of it, steampunk. While the stories are set in England of the 19th century, anachronistic elements from our time period are introduced to create a kind of alternate history.
The man behind the new Star Trek and Star Wars movies is mixing genres, botching continuity and ignoring solid science.
Love the lush and lovely Napa Valley but hate how expensive it can be? You're not the first.
Movies are a big part of the Tumblr-verse. And Tumblr bloggers know how to use them to their hilarious advantage - referencing them for jokes and quoting them on irrelevant posts.
Hyped worldwid e: Dan Brown's Inferno was released with all sorts of gimmicks around the world last Tuesday; in Amsterdam, women dressed as 'plague doctors' presented the book at the Amsterdam Central Station.
I'd seen the movies before reading the stories - Nicolas Roeg's masterful version of "Don't Look Now" featuring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie; and Alfred Hitchcock's strangely flat-footed and clunky version of "The Birds" - so I thought I knew what to expect from Daphne du Maurier's fiction.
The well overdue wakeup call, which struck me like a bolt last month, came courtesy of a surprising source - the smart and funny one-man show "Buyer & Cellar." The play by Jonathan Tolins, which wrapped its run at the Rattlestick and reopens at the Barrow Street Theatre June 18, is inspired by Barbra Streisand's meticulously curated shoppes - built ... (more)
The Pennington Players will hold auditions for the musical "Big River," Roger Miller and William Hauptman's Tony Award-winning adaptation of Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
There are so many talking points for SNL 's 38th season finale that I hardly know where to begin! Maybe it'll help to organize them as a list: 1. Tonight marks Ben Affleck's fifth time hosting Saturday Night Live , which grants him membership to SNL 's storied Five-Timers Club.
Every year National Geographic asks the world's adventurers to enter their epic photographs into its Traveler Photo Contest - and each year the submissions prove stunning.
Wookie southern HQ has been in Orlando for longer than the site has been alive. While we try to bring you some coverage from Disney's Star Wars Weekends every year, this is the first time that we've actually had a chance to visit ourselves.