Saturday Mar 1
Join 'The Breakfast Club' in detention during a new play at The Wherehouse in Gardendale
GARDENDALE , Alabama - If you ever wanted to be a part of the Breakfast Club - that gang of five teenagers from different cliques thrown together in Saturday morning detention in the 1985 John Hughes film starring "Brat Packers" such as Molly Ringwald, Emilio Estevez and Anthony Michael Hall--now is your chance.
Trend Hunter Magazine
80s Cultural Icon Mashups - Butcher Billy's 'The Reckless Club'...
As a tribute to the famous director and writer John Hughes, artist Butcher Billy started The Reckless Club project.
Why the Oscars ignores films about young people
Filmmaker John Hughes was a master of teenage angst -- and romance, as seen here in "Sixteen Candles" with Molly Ringwald and Michael Schoeffling.
ListenUp: Experimental South London pop, Molly Ringwald's favorite...
Experimental South London pop, Molly Ringwald's favorite jazz tunes, dreamy synth-pop and more in our weekly look at music The Estonians have infiltrated the realm of deep house-duo Raul "Ajukaja" Saaremets and longtime friend Andrevski composed analog jams on hand-built equipment in their studio located in the country's capital, Tallinn.
Molly Ringwald's Jazz Roots
It's 9 a.m. and she is in bed with her dog. She is in Los Angeles; I am in Seattle.
The Huffington Post
Molly Ringwald Remembers 'Mortifying' First Meeting With John Hughes
Molly Ringwald has been called the greatest teen star of all time, appearing in '80s film classics such as "Sixteen Candles," "The Breakfast Club" and "Pretty In Pink" -- all three of which were directed by the late John Hughes.
The Daily Vidette
Top 5 Romantic Comedies
This innocent yet laugh-out-loud film is sure to please. 2) Forgetting Sarah Marshall This romantic comedy follows a man, played by Jason Segel, who is tempted to chase the wrong girl, Kristen Bell, when seemingly ignoring his soul mate, Mila Kunis.
Breakfast Club sizzles into Oviedo
When some think of the Breakfast Club, their first inclination isn't always a plate of fried eggs and smoldering bacon.
The Columbus Dispatch
Molly Ringwald finally embracing fully her father's love of jazz
AT A GLANCE Molly Ringwald COLUMBUS JAZZ ORCHESTRA, SOUTHERN THEATRE, 21 E. MAIN ST.