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Fox 5 San Diego staffEveryone is shocked by the shooting in a movie theatre in Colorado. I was just as shocked by what I saw in downtown San Diego at the Gaslamp Reading a few nights ago. It was what I watched unfold on screen. The Invisible War is the latest documentary...
In a city where you can cruise down Lincoln Avenue for a bite at the Lincoln Restaurant (paying the check with currency featuring a picture of you know who), then go shopping in Lincoln Park before meeting a friend in Lincoln Square, it's impossible for...
100 years ago — 1912 A number of baseball enthusiasts are jubilant over the possibility of organizing a ball team to play during the summer here. It is the intension of the managers to get the best possible material, none of the players to...
USA Network, the American Film Institute and Universal Pictures said today that President Barack Obama will introduce Saturday's airing of “To Kill A Mockingbird,“ the acclaimed adaptation of Harper Lee's acclaimed novel. The tale of...
Blogging with Bill WhiteIn light of the success of the new “Hunger Games” movie and the fact that I’m reading the book, I thought I would throw out a movie list of the “Top 10 Post-Apocalyptic Movies.” There are a lot of great......
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but maybe less so if you spray. That's why organic fruit management is becoming more common in commercial and home orchards, industry analysts say. ''The problem with using chemicals to fix problems is that the...
On Sunday, Hollywood celebrates itself and honors its own. All eyes (or most of them anyway) will be on the presentations of the Academy Awards. But do the Oscars always end up in the right hands? Opinions abound on this topic, and what follows is only...
As of a week ago, only three Hitchcock films were available on Blu-ray(“The Lady Vanishes,” “North by Northwest” and “Psycho”). But now that number has doubled, thanks to MGM's Blu-ray releases of “Rebecca,”...
Tags: Movies, Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant, DVDs, David O. Selznick
The late playwright Horton Foote influenced the choices of both individual artists who stood above the crowd in local theater in 2011. Foote wrote the play "A Trip to Bountiful," the movie version of which won its star, Geraldine Page, an Oscar in 1985....
Tags: Music, Entertainment Events, Entertainment, Horton Foote, Music
Channel Guide MagazineIn a win-win for book and film lovers alike, tonight PBS’ acclaimed biography series American Masters will present back-to-back profiles of Gone With the Wind scribe Margaret Mitchell and To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee that present facts,...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelPeck has some memorable colleagues on the film. Horton Foote won the Oscar for adapting Lee's novel. Robert Mulligan was nominated for directing the black-and-white classic. Mary Badham was nominated for supporting actress for her touching performance...
Channel Guide MagazinePulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee is notoriously press-shy (she gave her last interview in 1964 before retiring from the limelight), but the writer of the acclaimed novel To Kill a Mockingbird has had her name in the media a bit this week. On...
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