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Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGSeeing Judy Collins, Fountains of Wayne, Carl Palmer, Ricky Skaggs, Rich Little or Blind Boys of Alabama at Sellersville Theater 1894 this spring will be pretty cool. Judy Collins Seeing each of them , or any other of the 85......
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGWelcome to Lehigh Valley Music's Ticket Box, listing new shows on sale. This week, new shows by Scotty McCreery and Dennis Miller at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Chris Webby, Flyleaf and Drowning Pool and twenty | one | pilots at......
VarietyInternational markets are fueling the growth of theatrical 3D, while consumers and programmers seem to be awaiting the arrival of glasses-free TV to fully embrace the format at home. That was the conclusion of research presented by IHS Screen Digest...
CNNI was in the security line at an airport a few months ago when I watched a fellow passenger do something I'd never seen done before: He dissed the scan. "I'd like to opt out," he said, as a security agent went scurrying for a male agent to give this...
Steve Landesberg, a comic actor who played the intellectual Det. Arthur Dietrich in the long-running ABC sitcom " Barney Miller," has died. He was believed to be 74. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Steve Landesberg: In the Dec. 21 LATExtra section,...
Director Oliver Stone takes a narrow look at 9/11 through the real experiences of John McLoughlin (Nicolas Cage) and Will Jimeno (Michael Pena), Port Authority officers who were rescued from under the World Trade Center rubble. The cast includes Maria...
Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) From the stars-and-stripes palette of its very first shot, a simple bedroom interior focusing on a digital clock's crimson numerals against an indigo background, the Oliver Stone film "World Trade Center" wields a simple, blunt...
TIMES STAFF WRITER"Kate & Leopold," a flawed time-travel love story, benefits from Meg Ryan's reliable perkiness and establishes Australia's Hugh Jackman as a potent romantic leading man. These and other pluses, however, cannot overcome the film's inability to come alive...
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 12, 1996 Ask any father of a dating teenage girl what his worst nightmare is and he'll describe something close to the plot of James Foley's "Fear." It's like this: The virginal daughter, certain that she has found Mr. Right,...
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TIMES FILM CRITICTuesday July 2, 1996 "Independence Day" is the Hollywood version of raising the dead. Its frankly spectacular special effects revive a genre that has slept with the fishes since the 1950s, the "Keep watching the skies" epics of destructive alien...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday July 22, 1998 When towering Abraham Lincoln met tiny Harriet Beecher Stowe, or so the story goes, he peered down at the woman whose "Uncle Tom's Cabin" had inflamed the North against slavery and said, "So this is the little lady who...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday October 2, 1998 Some movies are so cloying and simplistically sentimental they could rouse the Grinch in a saint. "What Dreams May Come" is a hymn to enduring romance off-putting enough that playing the old rock anthem "Love Stinks" at top...
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