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As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, July 12, 1962: The Town of Bel Air grew by 249 acres as a result of a property annexation acquired by the Commissioners of Bel Air. The property known as "The Homestead," a 300-acre farm, was divided...
Drovers Grill & Wine Co. opened in early November in Mount Airy, about two-thirds of the way to Frederick from Baltimore. Located at a historic Maryland crossroads, Drovers occupies a fairly plain-looking structure that was most recently the home of the...
Sun Movie CriticImagine Marlon Brando in his Mark Antony toga from Julius Caesar, astride the worlds of classical and modern acting like the Colossus of Rhodes. And then re-imagine him magnificent in ruins, still inspiring generations of actors with his emotional and...
Tags: Celebrities, Clark Gable, Arts, Libertyville, Henry Fonda
Disney is plunging back into familiar waters, announcing a November 2015 sequel to "Finding Nemo" titled "Finding Dory." Enthusiasts of the 2003 finned favorite will recall Dory as the friendly, slightly amnesiac tang voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, who'll...
Imagine the most totalizing, endlessly compelling entertainment imaginable — would it be your greatest fantasy or darkest fear? "The Nether," a new play by Jennifer Haley, plays out like "Infinite Jest" as a crime drama, as well as a bit of a sci-fi...
The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle named the winners of its annual awards on Monday for stage productions that opened last year. Sharing the honors for best production were the national tour of "The Book of Mormon" at the Pantages Theatre; "Cyrano" at...
Although it seems like Hal Holbrook has owned the role of Mark Twain for decades, another actor has staked a theatrical claim to the white-haired novelist and wit. Val Kilmer has been working on "Citizen Twain," a solo play in which he plays the writer,...
Liz Smith"THIS IS one of the wonderful things about this business. There are still parts for old people. I never think about retirement." That's Michael Douglas in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly. Michael and Matt Damon sat down to talk to EW about their...
An American classic staged by a veteran actor, a musical farce to delight Anglophiles, and a reworking of a landmark 19th century drama are just a few of the more promising theater offerings this season. Predicting which will become a hit is always a...
Tags: Music, Hartford Stage, Theater, Neil LaBute, Murder
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelKim Novak stars in the movie acclaimed the greatest of all time, yet she is critical of her contributions to “Vertigo.” “I don't think it's one of my best works, but to have been part of something that has been accepted makes me feel...
Attention, rock stars: When Jimmy Fallon introduces you on his chat show as "one of the most legendary and influential musicians of all time," apparently you've got the run of the place. At least that's the message suggested by Prince's appearance...
Tags: No Age (music group), Music, Jimmy Fallon
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