Biography Movies Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. When Dreams Are Real: David Lynch's New Memoir Reveals His TruthRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | LA Weekly

    In pop culture there has been, for at least a generation, a category of moods and things that we all think of as Lynchian. They're not happy things, of course: decaying motel rooms; light fixtures that spastically sputter on and off; dark, creepy industrial landscapes; grotesque faces; severed heads; rotting meat claustrophobic, nightmare stuff.


  2. Kenny brothers back on big screen with Brothers' NestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Northern Daily Leader

    FILM: Brothers Clayton and Shane Jacobson are back on the big screen with their latest thriller film Brothers' Nest, directed by Clayton. Photo: Gareth Gardner They've rigged up a standing bar with beer on tap, and Shane and Clayton Jacobson unapologetically snack on the popcorn brought as a prop for the photo.


  3. Stephen Hawking's Ashes Buried in Westminster AbbeyRead the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | Law Professor Blogs Network

    Stephen Hawking was laid to rest last week between Charles Darwin and Isaac Newton in Westminster Abbey, the burial ground for Britain's greatest scientists. "The ashes were interred in Scientists' Corner, a section of the Abbey dedicated to those who have made significant breakthroughs."


  4. Moulin Rouge! Delays Boston Premiere to July 10th, Full New DatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 |

    As a result of a construction-related issue that was part of the renovation of the Emerson Colonial Theatre and unrelated to the production, the pre-Broadway engagement of Moulin Rouge! The Musical has set new engagement dates at the Boston venue. Originally scheduled to begin June 27, 2018 and play a previously-announced extended run through August 19, the production will now begin performances on July 10, 2018.


  5. Celebrations planned for West Virginia's 155th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Martinsburg Journal

    Celebrations across West Virginia will mark the state's 155th birthday. The Division of Culture and History says in a news release that free activities will be held Wednesday at the state Culture Center in Charleston, the Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex in Moundsville and West Virginia Independence Hall in Wheeling.


  6. MTV Awards host roasts KardashiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2018 | The Mercury

    MTV Movie Awards host Tiffany Haddish ragged on the Kardashians and flirted with some of Hollywood's most handsome men in a rapid-fire opening monologue. Tiffany Haddish shook the internet when she revealed that an actress BIT Beyonce in the face at a party.


  7. Kevin Costner's fascination with westerns continues in new TV series, 'Yellowstone'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Star Tribune

    "Yellowstone," a TV drama premiering Wednesday, seals the actor's status as Hollywood's most natural western star. He plays John Dutton, a modern-day rancher who bullies his children, blackmails a preacher and arranges trumped-up charges against an American Indian leader determined to burn down an empire the size of Rhode Island.


  8. The glorious songs of Sun Records shine at Grand Opera House on SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | York Press

    SUN Records, The Concert revisits the Memphis, Tennessee recording studio from where where musical visionary Sam Phillips took gospel, blues, hillbilly, country, boogie and western swing to the world. The legendary record label was home to such pioneers as Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins and Rufus Thomas, whose songs are celebrated in a show supported and endorsed by the Sun Entertainment Corporation, USA.


  9. Moulin Rouge! The Musical Delays Boston Run by Two WeeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Broadway

    Come what may! Due to unforeseen circumstances , the highly anticipated world premiere of Moulin Rouge! The Musical has been pushed back by two weeks at Boston's Emerson Colonial Theatre. Originally scheduled to begin performances on June 27, the production will now start on July 10. The Broadway-aimed show will conclude its limited engagement as planned on August 19. Stage veteran Aaron Tveit and Tony winner Karen Olivo are slated to lead the cast of the stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann's 2001 motion picture.


  10. Design for State's Bicentennial Coin UnveiledRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | 95Q

    June 18 - Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs showed off the winning entry in the Bicentennial Coin Contest on Monday, a design submitted by Hayden Schumer of Chatham. Schumer titled his design "The First 200" and said it depicted "Illinois' strong, vibrant history."


  11. 'You're helping Trump by saying 'F*** Trump!' Rob Reiner lashes out at Robert De NiroRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Daily Mail

    'You're helping Trump by saying 'F*** Trump!' Rob Reiner lashes out at Robert De Niro for turning president into a martyr Director Rob Reiner denounced actor Robert De Niro and other celebrities for their attacks on President Donald Trump , claiming it helps the president instead of hurting him. De Niro called the president a 'f---ing idiot' and a 'f---ing fool' during the annual Tony Awards last week, which earned him a standing ovation from the liberal Hollywood audience and a Twitter attack from Trump.


  12. IQ scores are declining. Scientists believe they know why.Read the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | Albany Times Union

    A researcher came up with presidents' IQ numbers based on select criteria. Keep clicking to find out who is the smartest president of all.


  13. Story of director's assistant is not one for fans to - Overlook'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Henley Standard

    FIFTY years on from the release of 2001: A Space Odyssey , Stanley Kubrick's name remains synonymous with cinematic brilliance, writes Matthew Wilson . The legendary director, who died in March 1999, shortly before the release of his final film Eyes Wide Shut starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, was an undisputed visionary and a remorseless perfectionist.


  14. "Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his...Read the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | The Big Apple

    Listen to Robert Emmerich introduce The Big Apple , a hit song from 1937. Music written by Bob and performed by Tommy Dorsey's Clambake Seven with Bob on piano.


  15. Summer solstice: a magical celebration for the druid-curiousRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Chicago Tribune

    People watch the sun rise over Stonehenge on June 21, 2005, on Salisbury Plain, England. Crowds gathered at the ancient stone circle to celebrate the summer solstice, the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.


  16. Opinion LineRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | The Wichita Eagle

    Thank goodness for James Chung telling it like it is. Between President Obama killing general aviation, the Spirit divestiture and Boeing ultimately leaving, Wichita is still reeling and will for years to come.


  17. Where Is It?Read the original story

    Monday Jun 18 | NWAonline

    Drivers on a state highway can watch the construction of this little bridge. Do you know where and what it is? Drivers on a state highway can watch the construction of this little bridge.


  18. About that road less traveled..Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | American Thinker

    Jonah Goldberg published a superb article in National Review, Staying on the Path , that gets at the fundamentals of conservatism briefly and pointedly. It discusses an old Bill Paxton movie A Simple Plan , and has to do with following the received wisdom of right and wrong in both the moral and the not-moral senses.


  19. No 68 Leonard Road is a shrine to the Pinkney family who helped to shape Handsworth for black peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | IcBurton

    IT is the house that became a home, a community hub where the shoots of a black movement in Birmingham first grew, and where the great Muhammad Ali called to visit. No 68 Leonard Road is a shrine to one Windrush generation family - a family which helped to shape Handsworth for black people, and whose work continues even today.


  20. Inside the Civil War Museum:Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 17 | Kenosha News

    'The Fiery Trial' exhibit at the Civil War Museum in Kenosha takes visitors on a trip from before the war, through it and ends in the aftermath, from the perspective of the Upper Midwest states. Mia Tonaki, 6, sits with her grandmother Laura Lestina as they visit the train car area of "The Fiery Trial" exhibit at the Civil War Museum.