Daily Archives: March 2, 2018

Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk: 'Alien: Covenant' on HBO

Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace Director of the White House National Trade Council Peter Navarro. Josh Bolten, Business Roundtable; Imagination Library: Dolly Parton. Panel: Michael Needham, Heritage Action for America; Jane Harman, Woodrow Wilson Center; Josh Holmes; Gerald Seib, the Wall Street Journal. (N) 8 a.m. KTTV; 11 a.m., 2 and 11 p.m. FNC Let’s block ads!

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French Festival Refuses to Remove Musician Convicted of Killing Girlfriend

Papillons de Nuit, an annual music festival that takes place in Saint-Laurent-de-Cuves in France, is under fire for booking the French musician Bertrand Cantat, the former lead singer of Noir Desir who was convicted of killing his girlfriend Marie Trintignant in 2003. Cantat served four years of an eight-year prison term before being released on parole… RSS: News

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Aloe Blacc’s Big Musical Journey

From the looks of things – to say nothing of the overall sound and cheery titles for 2006’s “Shine Through,” 2010’s “Good Things” and 2013’s “Lift Your Spirit” – Aloe Blacc is a positive dude. The Los Angeles-born, Grammy nominated, rapper/singer/songwriter, with the renowned retro-soul hit “I Need a Dollar” under his belt, radiates positivity and good when it comes ...

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Anna Kendrick's Santa Movie Noelle Is Moving From The Big Screen To Disney's Streaming Service

The announcement came when Disney revealed the various changes to its slate over the next few years. Marc Lawrence’s Noelle — which centers on Santa’s daughter (Anna Kendrick) taking control of operations at the North Pole — was initially set for release on November 8, 2019. However, in the massive reshuffling of the studio’s calendar, Noelle has officially been removed ...

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'Death Wish' Review: Bruce Willis Dishes Out Torture-Porn Revenge in Weak Remake

Part peerless Horror City time capsule and part urban-paranoia Op-Ed, the original 1974 Death Wish dropped its pacifist everyguy into Middle America’s nightmare version of rotten-Big-Apple New York – muggers, rapists and minorities, oh my! – then asked audiences: What would you do if your loved ones were attacked by modern-day savages? The answer: Be a man, pick up a ...

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Battered souls line up at the bar in 'The Alamo'

John Iacovelli’s protean set beautifully accommodates the play’s various locales. The primary setting is the Alamo, the funky Brooklyn bar run by Munce (Tim True) and his wife, Carmen (Eileen Galindo), a couple on the verge of bankruptcy. Gentrification is transforming the neighborhood, and Munce and Carmen have hopes of luring a younger crowd with live music and spoken word ...

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Rick Ross Hospitalized, Reportedly on Advanced Life Support

Rick Ross has been hospitalized for reasons unknown, and has been reportedly placed on a form of life support, as TMZ reports. Ross was rushed to a Miami-area hospital earlier today after being found unresponsive in his home. According to TMZ, Ross has been placed on ECMO (Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation), which is a medical method to provide cardiac and respiratory ...

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