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  1. CBC aviation program seen as financially unfeasibleRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Countywide

    Coastal Bend College's decision to end its aviation mechanic courses is the result of a continuing review that shows the program cannot be sustained, says Dr. Kevin Behr, CBC's director of technical instruction. "We have an affirmative duty to be good stewards of the Bee County taxpayers' money," Behr says.


  2. Friday Hit Theaters 20 Years Ago - And Gave Us 'Bye, Felicia'Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | People

    Twenty years ago, the Ice Cube comedy Friday hit theaters. And while fans can quote the script verbatim, a certain two-word phrase spoken in the film has surpassed every other line: "Bye, Felicia."


  3. Cyndi Lauper, at home on a different kind of stageRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago |

    When singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper talks about Kinky Boots , the rocker's first foray into composing for the theater, she gets emotional. The mere mention of the Tony Award-winning show - six honors, including best musical and best score for Lauper - sets her to reminiscing about the joy of creating the inner lives of Kinky characters and her open-armed acceptance by a community outside her usual rock and roll milieu.


  4. Blake Lively calls a Adalinea role for the agesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Pocono Record

    Blake Lively decided to take a year off from acting when her CW Network series “Gossip Girl” wrapped in 2012. She worked hard the six seasons the show was on the air, not only making the series but also in the feature films “Green Lantern” and “Savages.” “I was just tired,” Lively says.


  5. 'Mary Poppins' stage production in full gearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Brandon Sun

    When "Mary Poppins" flies onto the stage next month, Brandon audiences will see the fruits of months of hard work. Recreating the magic of the film on stage requires great effort and imagination by cast and crew, and the task has been an amazing adventure for 7 Ages Productions.


  6. Celebrities hilariously address gender inequalityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | State Press

    On April 21, a PSA of various female celebrities exclaiming their support for men's rights was released on YouTube. The video uses famous actresses to sarcastically address the male-dominated fields that exist in America - specifically, in the Hollywood industry.


  7. Auburn High goes 'Blonde' on May 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Auburn High School seniors Tayla Foulkrod, left, and Evan Bylund star in the AHS musical "Legally Blonde," which opens May 1 in the school auditorium. AUBURN - The close-knit, talented cast of "Legally Blonde" makes this year's Auburn High School musical an upbeat romp through Harvard Law School that is often surprising.


  8. 'After the Ball': Film ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Hollywood Reporter

    An aspiring fashion designer dons a male disguise to outwit her evil stepmother in this mash-up of "Cinderella" and "Twelfth Night" A budding young fashion designer must battle her evil stepmother and stepsisters, donning a male disguise in the process, in Sean Garrity 's awkward mash-up of Cinderella and Twelfth Night. Featuring enough stereotypical characterizations and situations to fuel a dozen artificial rom-coms, After the Ball pretty much drops the ball in every aspect, although younger viewers may get a kick out of the allusions to one of their favorite fairy tales.


  9. Michael Caine as Supporting Roles: 5 Times Star Shined Without Being Lead ActorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | News Max

    When Michael Caine is on-screen, he's the focus of the viewer's attention even when he's not the lead. Let's take a look at these as unforgettable Michael Caine roles where he was a supporting actor: 1. "Zulu" This is the performance that helped establish Caine's acting career, even though he thought it was going to end it.


  10. Home By Dark concert series features storytelling under the stars in AlpharettaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    A Milton-based performer invites music lovers to experience songs and a scenic backdrop. Home By Dark, a concert in the round event hosted and produced by musician James Casto, features singers on stage exchanging conversation and songs before an audience the first Friday and Saturday of every month May 1 to Oct. 3 at Chukkar Farm.


  11. Why comedy sequels so often failRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 |

    What is it about comedy sequels that makes them so difficult to do right? Much like second album syndrome, comedy franchises consistently struggle to carry over what made them so hilarious in the first place. With the release and subsequent panning of Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 , here's a quick recipe on how to make a sequel that stinks - one that Hollywood has mastered.


  12. Hot Stuff: The Browns look for signs of a medical miracle for Bobbi KristinaRead the original story

    Aug 16, 2012 | Boston Herald

    Bobby Brown is not giving up. After he told the crowd at an April 18 Dallas concert that his daughter Bobbi Kristina was "awake" and "watching ," the Brown family issued a statement to confirm her "improvement."


  13. Five Reasons to See Ball of Fire Today at BelcourtRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    When the subject of screwball comedies directed by Howard Hawks comes up, people are usually divided into two camps: His Girl Friday people and Bringing Up Baby people. Sure, those comedies deserve their classic status, but Hawks did other screwball yarns that deserve some appreciation as well.


  14. Box Office: 'Furious 7' Is Now Biggest Overseas Grosser Not Directed By James CameronRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago |

    I've studied the film industry, both academically and informally, and with an emphasis in box office analysis, for 28 years. I have extensively written about all of said subjects for the last ten years.


  15. Carnegie Deli shut down over possible illegal gas hookupRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | New York Post

    A recording at the restaurant's phone number Saturday says it is closed for repairs related to the city's gas utility, Con Edison. But Con Edison spokesman Bob McGee says utility crews discovered a diverted line after investigating a gas leak.


  16. Quintessence Theatre's delightful distillation of 'Musketeers'Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago |

    Biloxi Blues When he's drafted, gentle Arnold Epstein faces off with a tough sergeant in this Neil Simon comedy. Previews Wednesday- Friday, opens Saturday.


  17. Review: Selsig's Sister Act was a class act we need to see more of in our local theatresRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Musical theatre is alive and well in the Rhondda and PRAISE THE LORD for Sister Act at Treorchy's Parc and Dare Theatre I've been to some "amateur" productions in my time -but I can assuredly say that Selsig's version of the hit musical Sister Act, at Treorchy's Parc and Dare theatre, was not one. This was my first time watching the stage version of the 1990s classic movie starring Whoopi Goldberg as a gangster's moll who enters witness protection at a run-down convent, and I was really looking forward to it.


  18. Box Office: 'Furious 7' on top again; 'Age of Adaline' has solid debutRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Maryland Gazette

    The film has continued its momentum thanks to positive reviews and dedicated fans who went to see the movie multiple times. The sequel, which cost a relatively modest $30 million to make, stars Kevin James reprising his role as a security guard.


  19. U.K. cops pull over 'Back to the Future' DeLoreanRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    A driver in a "Back to the Future" DeLorean sports car has been stopped by traffic police in the U.K. A driver in a "Back to the Future" DeLorean sports car was stopped by traffic police in the U.K., reports the Mirror . were quick to take to Twitter to reveal they had just stopped the model of a car that was famously used by Christopher Lloyd's character Doc in the 1985 classic.


  20. Hours of Culture: Four things you should check out this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    Don't Take Yourself Away - There's a very 1980s vibe to Hawksley Workman's newest video, complete with bandana and double exposures. Check it out for yourself before his upcoming album, Old Cheetah, arrives on June 2. The Overnight- We're all going to need a sense of humour as we enter blockbuster season.