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Can you imagine having a Theatre department at a school that uses religion; it's own form of, to censor anything it or those in charge don't agree with? That answer would be yes, especially in Kingdom City Mo. Just ask Miriam and Daniel .
Barbra Streisand and Elvis Presley's collaboration can be found on Barbra's new album, "Partners." The two make music together 37 years after Elvis left the building for good.
On her latest album, Partners, Barbra Streisand duets with some of the biggest male names in music, including John Legend, Billy Joel, Michael Buble, Stevie Wonder and the late Elvis Presley. The main man in Streisand's life is, of course, her husband, actor James Brolin.
Ann Hampton Callaway has undeservedly flown under the radar as a jazz singer. Perhaps that's because of her successful career as a cabaret chanteuse and songwriter whose more than 250 songs include the theme for the TV sitcom "The Nanny" and tunes for Barbra Streisand's recent albums.
Legendary singer Barbra Streisand talks exclusively about her first duets album in over a decade and Liam Neeson chats about his new film A Walk Among the Tombstones. Paterson Joseph chats about his role in US drama The Leftovers, chat show host Trisha Goddard talks about her drug addiction revelation, and the latest from London Fashion Week.
Stephen King's classic tale is re-imagined with Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore bringing the story of telekinetic outcast Carrie White to life. Stephen King's first novel, " Carrie ," has got legs.
Film adaptations of young adult books allow us to linger in our favorite stories a little bit longer. Fans of Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games series are waiting with bated breath for the release of "Mockingjay Part 1" in November 2014.
Barbra Streisand's "Partners" isn't just about star-powered duets, but partnerships of love and family. It's a love album for the ages, as fit for your anniversary as your parents' or your child's wedding.
Magic One of the most iconic and oft-revived plays of all time, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE has been entertaining audiences around the world for nearly 70 years, thereby proving the timelessness of the tale and the prescient nature of the eloquent, evocative poetry populating the Tennessee Williams text. Without a doubt, audiences from the very start have warmed to the abundant charms of the passionate, complex story of a Southern belle on the verge of a nervous breakdown, her compassionate sister and the imposing, magnetic brute who enraptures them both.
PERFORMERS of the Stonesfield Players took on various characters for a marathon 12 hours to raise more than A 330 for a West Oxfordshire charity. The actors staged an improvised performance of scenes from plays including 'Allo! 'Allo!, Acorn Antiques and Under Milk Wood, reading straight from the scripts.
With the Sept. 20 episode entitled "The Wedding" on the horizon, we're finally closing in on what fans of the books have been looking forward to for weeks - Jamie and Claire stop dancing around all their unrequited sexual tension and kickstart their relationship, the cornerstone of the whole series.
In Wellington Street, a trilby hat's throw from the Covent Garden Piazza, John Barry's unmistakable James Bond theme tune drifts seductively from the oblong entrance of the London Film Museum. Inside, behind a queue of British, French and Australian families, I'm faced with a split screen of crash-bang- wallop action clips from the 007 movies.
While Stacy is busy cataloging the many derangements and insanities of feminism through the years, it seems only appropriate to turn the spotlight this week on the literary icon feminists love to hate, James Bond. As chronicled in Simon Winder's The Man Who Saved Britain , Bond was a reaction to the loss of Empire and the drastically narrowed horizons of postwar Britain; his glamorous life of derring-do and hot dames was a sorely-needed antidote to the misery and rationing of not-so-Merrie Olde England.
The late comedian Rodney Dangerfield's signature line was "I don't get no respect." Many film critics have noted that when it comes to their film roles, the talent of comedians is often undervalued.
Kathie Lee Gifford made a trip to Sheid Vineyards in Greenfield to promote her two wines being made there. Gifford is famous for drinking wine while co-hosting the fourth hour of the Today Show.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 02:05 am
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