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In home video's 1980s and '90s heyday, Easter emerged as a prime selling holiday. Religious epics, holiday-related classics and children and family holiday specials were marketed as "basket stuffers." As with Christmas and Thanksgiving, Easter (as...
“The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” would have to pull a rabbit out of its hat to avoid a disappearing act at the box office. Despite its bigger budget and higher-profile cast, the magic comedy starring Steve Carell and Jim Carrey will have to...
Special to The Herald-MailI was talking with my mom the other day and we agreed that 1939's "The Wizard of Oz" was my first favorite movie. When I was a toddler I would make her impersonate the characters for hours on end, I owned toy models of all the characters, my first...
Tags: Entertainment, Movies, Zach Braff, Rachel Weisz, Halloween
In show business, like all business, very often you spend money to make money. Director Sam Raimi's "Oz the Great and Powerful" is Disney's latest attempt to spend $200 million to make a billion worldwide, on the order of Tim Burton's "Alice in...
Presidents Day was almost a bad one for "A Good Day to Die Hard." The fifth installment in the Bruce Willis action franchise narrowly won the holiday weekend at the box office, just stealing No. 1 from "Identity Thief," the Melissa McCarthy comedy...
"Escape From Planet Earth" — an animated adventure that's more down-to-earth than earth-shattering — builds a family-friendly sci-fi constellation out of fresh chuckles and recycled parts, a number of them from Planet Pixar. Feel-good but...
Tags: Steve Zahn, Movies, Entertainment, Rob Corddry, Jessica Alba
The Town of Hancock held the swearing-in ceremony for the newly elected mayor and council members Monday. Mayor Daniel Murphy was sworn in by Clerk of the Court Dennis Weaver and then presided over the swearing in of new council members Homer...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, William Shakespeare, Schools, Preschools
Each January for the past 23 years, the City of Ormond Beach has celebrated art and culture with a Friday Night gallery walk called "Starry Starry Night." The 2013 edition of "Starry Starry Night" will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. this Friday, Jan. 4....
Tags: Movies, Artists, Entertainment, Museums, Human Interest
Tribune reporterStar Cinema Grill has signed a lease to take over the former Arlington Theaters in downtown Arlington Heights, officials announced Friday. The Houston-based company in the upcoming weeks will go before the Arlington Heights Village Board to seek a...
Tags: Movies, Politics, Entertainment, Lobbying, Restaurants
Cirque du Soleil movies are a lot like ballet films — long on beauty and artistry, short on story. "Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away" is a 3-D catalog of the wonders of the Cirque company's Las Vegas shows, from "Believe" and "Mystere" to "O" and...
Mike McGrann, formerly marketing chief at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center, has changed jobs and is now working for the Hampton History Museum. Looks like he's brought his love of live music to his new post. Next month, the Hampton History Museum will...
Christmas at the Pry House Learn what Christmas was like during the time of the Civil War. Have your photo taken with Civil War Santa Claus Jim Tent. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Pry House Field Hospital Museum, 18906 Shepherdstown Pike, Sharpsburg. $3...
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