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  • 'Jack and Jill'

    'Jack and Jill'
    If one Adam Sandler isn't enough for you, here's your chance to try two at once ... but be forewarned, one wears a wig. It's the usual brand of Sandler humor as he plays an adman who's less than thrilled about a holiday visit from his clingy, needy twin...
  • Celebrities arrive in Indianapolis for Super Bowl weekend

    Celebrities arrive in Indianapolis for Super Bowl weekend
    Big stars have flooded the Circle City, just days before the world's biggest game. Reporter: "Cube, how does it feel to be in Indy?" Ice Cube: "It feels good man.  Love it, nice party we are having." Rapper/Director/Actor Ice Cube got everyone's...
  • Fight the Power: Bruce Lee as hero of the downtrodden

    Fight the Power:  Bruce Lee as hero of the downtrodden
    Bruce Lee, the Chinese martial arts megastar who died in 1973, has attained a kind of global cultural-icon status, on par with, say, James Dean, Elvis Presley, Miles Davis, Malcolm X, Bob Dylan, Muhammad Ali, Marilyn Monroe, Bob Marley, Che Guevara and Al...
  • Actor puertorriqueño se le mide a la aventura

    Aunque el nombre de Luis Guzmán no resulta muy conocido para muchos, lo cierto es que el actor boricua ha estado escalando posiciones en la escena de Hollywood durante los últimos 30 años. Durante mucho tiempo Guzmán fue contratado para hacer papeles...
  • World premieres dominate the 2011 music and theater scene

    World premieres dominate the 2011 music and theater scene
    No one blockbuster event stood out in the year that's ending, but Hampton Roads experienced a strong year of music and theater. The economy improved just a hair so that audience members felt a little more comfortable dipping into their wallets. The...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Nyambi Nyambi

    Nyambi Nyambi, who plays wisecracking, educated waiter Samuel on CBS' "Mike & Molly," has had two defining moments for an actor onstage. He was an understudy in "Joe Turner's Come and Gone," his favorite play, by his favorite playwright, August Wilson,...
  • Ben Davis stops Cathedral on fourth and inches at Peyback Classic

    Ben Davis stops Cathedral on fourth and inches at Peyback Classic
    As the Cathedral Fighting Irish lined up for fourth and inches against the Ben Davis Giants with the game on the line, one could almost hear Al Pacino's famous speech from the football movie "Any Given Sunday". "You find out life's this game of inches....
  • Maestro cuenta la historia del éxodo Mariel

    José García tenía 13 años cuando abandonó Cuba en compañía de su familia. Tres décadas después, García se graduó como doctor y se convirtió en profesor universitario para contar la historia de su exilio. García fue uno de los 125,000 cubanos que en...
  • Don't miss the boat on Hampton Roads festivals this spring

    Don't miss the boat on Hampton Roads festivals this spring
    Scurry up into the metaphorical crow's nest and train your eyes on the calendar's horizon. You'll spot a fleet of festivals heading straight for Hampton Roads. Spring is when outdoor parties start popping — right along with the flowers. This...
  • 'The Son of No One' review: Tracy Morgan, dramatic actor?

    'The Son of No One' review: Tracy Morgan, dramatic actor?
    ** (out of four) Apparently nobody in “The Son of No One” has heard of self-defense and accidents. Otherwise, rookie cop Jonathan (Channing Tatum) wouldn’t be freaking out over the reporter (Juliette Binoche) who follows anonymous...
  • 'Jack and Jill' review: Twice the funny of Sandler's usual! Roughly two laughs!

    'Jack and Jill' review: Twice the funny of Sandler's usual! Roughly two laughs!
    * (out of four) Feel free, Al Pacino, to express lighthearted disbelief that you’ve won only one Oscar. If there’s a wrong place for you to do that, however, it’s in a movie where you play yourself and tickle Adam Sandler in drag.  ...
  • "Dog Day Afternoon"--How One Bank Robbery Changed NYPD

    "Dog Day Afternoon"--How One Bank Robbery Changed NYPD
    Forty years ago on August 22, 1972, a bank robbery at a Chase bank in Gravesend, Brooklyn changed the way the NYPD did business in hostage situations...and spawned an Oscar-winning movie starring Al Pacino. The real-life robber, John Wojtowicz,...