Documentary Movies Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Family cruise for Abhishek Bachchan's 40th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Echo

    Early each day Amitabh Bachchan took to share this wonderful family image that had all it is members giving some grins to the camera. The Bachchan family is known for their exquisite and extravagant celebrations for festivals like Diwali, but birthdays have always been a family affair for them.

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  2. Local actor returns in anniversary tour of The Mousetrap HE 60th...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    HE 60th anniversary tour of Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap comes to Darlington Civic Theatre next week with Middlesbrough-born actor Lewis Collier playing the detective role. The actor, whose parents live at Marton , appeared at the Civic last autumn alongside Jack Shepherd and Richard Walsh in the The Signalman and The Waiting Room.

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  3. a Pride and Prejudice and Zombiesa is fun, but lacks biteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | HeraldNet

    Author Seth Grahame-Smith has dined out on the winning combination of stitching together two incongruous things, one high-brow, one low, and letting the concept do the heavy lifting. "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" gave readers, and then movie-going audiences, an axe-twirling Honest Abe.

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  4. a The Lady in the Vana takes Maggie Smith far from a DowntonaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | HeraldNet

    Maggie Smith has had a long and varied career, with countless stage triumphs and two Oscars on her shelf. But these days she's become known mostly for her role on "Downton Abbey," where her upper-class one-liners pierce the hearts of anyone caught in her proximity.

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  5. Twenty years of lyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | World Magazine

    Just for fun, I reached this morning for my file of WORLD magazines from 20 years ago. It was January of 1996, and we were just cranking up for the presidential election that would return Bill Clinton to office for his second term.

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  6. Snow White Comes to Life in Exclusive DisneyGraph VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | ComingSoon.net

    This week, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment made their flagship 1937 classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs available in a Blu-ray combo pack that includes, for the first time ever, a Digital HD/Disney Movies Anywhere version of the film.

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  7. House prices up ahead of electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Brentwoodweeklynews.co.uk

    House sellers' asking prices have lifted to a new record high amid surging levels of demand from buyers and a lack of choice of properties, Rightmove has reported. The property website said new sellers' asking prices increased by 1.6%, or A 4,381, month-on month in April to reach A 286,133 on average across England and Wales, surpassing a previous peak reached last June.

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  8. Trump shifts to more traditional campaign in final days before primaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Boston.com

    After all but ignoring nearly every first-in-the-nation primary tradition, Donald Trump on Thursday offered a nod toward the state's cherished political rites: he started campaigning New Hampshire-style. Trump suddenly loaded his Thursday schedule with a more traditional retail campaign itinerary, meeting with small business owners and visiting a Manchester police station.

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  9. Group of Kids Enlisted to Criticize Stacey Dash Over Black History MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Echo

    "Of course, I think a lot of students probably know the names Obama and Martin Luther King, but do they know the names Wilma Rudolph or Jackie Robinson?" It's too hard and it's not fair. In order for us to grow, we have to understand that forgiveness is strength.

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  10. Nothing NewRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | Jerusalem Post

    When the author of Ecclesiastes wrote those words a few thousand years ago, did he or she mean there were no new inventions? What about Israel's transition from being a bronze age civilization dependent upon the Philistines for the few iron tools that they could scrounge together, to being able to produce iron implements on their own, allowing them to finally compete on an equal footing with their neighbors and allowing them, ultimately, to dominate them? So what did the author mean "there's nothing new under the sun?" Would he or she be shocked by the technological changes of the last two hundred years? Would he or she want to revise the words from the book of Ecclesiastes, perhaps change the whole argument of that essay? Not at all.

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  11. Sound Off: Readers divided on designated monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Florida Times-Union

    J Pat Carter Associated Press Kevin Durant, a forward for the Oklahoma City Thunder, wears his Black History Month T-shirt before an NBA game Wednesday in Oklahoma City. February is Black History Month, while March has been designated as Women's History Month.

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  12. Movie review: Maggie Smith is in her wheel house in Alan Bennett's The Lady in the VanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Canada.com

    This image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows Maggie Smith in a scene from "The Lady in the Van." There are cozy, innocuous pleasures to Nicholas Hytner's adaption of Alan Bennett's "The Lady in the Van," but chief among them is watching two grand old talents - Maggie Smith and Bennett, himself - operating firmly in their self-created wheel houses.

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  13. SRU honors Black History Month with an opening ceremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Rocket

    The Office of Multicultural and Development and the Martha Gault Art Gallery teamed up to bring Professor Curlee R. Holton to Slippery Rock University on Feb. 2, where he spoke at the opening ceremony for the kick-off to Black History Month in the theater at the Robert M. Smith Student Center. Director of the Office of Multicultural and Development, Corinne Gibson, began the opening ceremony by leading the audience in singing the Black National Anthem, 'Lift Every Voice and Sing.'

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  14. Indiana home: Series spotlights 200 years of Hoosier historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Daily Reporter

    In celebration of the 200th anniversary of Indiana's statehood, the Hancock County Public Library is bringing history to life. The library is hosting the Bicentennial Speaker Series this year, which will feature three experts in Hoosier history.

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  15. Carol: the 1950s lesbian love story that spent 16 years in developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | South China Morning Post

    In the period drama Carol , Cate Blanchett plays the elegant, sophisticated, title character who lives in the suburbs outside New York City. Rooney Mara portrays the shy young salesgirl Therese who works in a Manhattan department store.

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  16. RedlandsREDLANDS: Lincoln shrine to hold open houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Press-Enterprise

    Artillery and cavalry demonstrations will make some noise as the usually serene Lincoln Memorial Shrine in Redlands holds its 44th annual open house from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday. The only museum in the West that focuses on the 16th president and the Civil War, the shrine plans a program that will emphasize history and draw families to the event, with the unveiling of several historic acquisitions, plus plenty of kid-friendly activities.

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  17. Mayor Announces Abraham Lincoln Celebration PlansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    Mayor Chris Beutler today announced that "Civil War Voices" will return to Lincoln for the City's annual Abraham Lincoln Birthday Celebration in February. The musical, written by local attorney and playwright Jim Harris, will be presented February 11 through 21 at the Haymarket Theatre, 803 "Q" Street.

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  18. Downtown bridges to collect tolls later this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | WLKY-TV Louisville

    Duard Avery knows the drive across the Abraham Lincoln bridge well, saying he drives across it at least four or five times a week. With Riverlink, drivers have to pay every time they drive across the Abraham Lincoln, Kennedy and East End bridges, but they won't have to stop and shell out cash.

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  19. These 'Zombies' Make An Austen Update Even The Undead Can't ReviveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | National Public Radio

    It sounds like the worst sort of date-night compromise, like some terrible aesthetic treaty between a couple that fights over DVR space for Downton Abbey and The Walking Dead . And yet Seth Grahame-Smith's genre mashup Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was released to mostly kind reviews and robust sales, launching a cottage industry of horror-themed twists on literary masterpieces or popular historical figures like Sense and Sensibility and Abraham Lincoln .

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  20. MoviesReview: 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' outdoes Abe Lincoln and his vampiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | St. Petersburg Times

    Author Seth Grahame-Smith has dined out on the winning combination of stitching together two incongruous things, one high-brow, one low, and letting the concept do the heavy lifting. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter gave readers, and then movie-going audiences, an axe-twirling Honest Abe.

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