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Archives for August 2016

Must See Must Do: Don’t miss these Pikes Peak region entertainment options

OPENING FRIDAY The soft, calm colors of pastels are the focal point of the second annual Pikes Peak Pastel Society Statewide Exhibition opening Friday and running through Oct. 26 at Library 21c, 1175 Chapel Hills Drive. Open during library hours except on Labor Day. Meet the artists at the official opening reception from 6-8 p.m. […]

September 2016 Entertainment Calendar

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Beijing bans entertainment news that promotes Western lifestyles or …

Beijing has forbidden reports of entertainment news that promote “Western lifestyles”, poke fun at traditional Chinese values and cultural classics, such as mythical heroes, or publish details of celebrities’ love affairs. An official notice issued by the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television has ordered all news platforms, including radio, television, and […]

The True Crime Movies Coming Out Soon Will Be Your Next Must-See Films

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Political Theater: Come Watch Movies With Us

I love Dave—not just because it’s a thoroughly charming comedy, and not just because it’s a perfect relic of the early ’90s, shoulder pads and all, but also because it’s a whimsical fairy tale about … the behind-the-scenes workings of the U.S. executive branch. It goes like this: Dave Kovic, owner of a temp agency […]

Oscar season begins: The 12 most promising movies coming out this fall, one for every niche

As summer comes to a close in the US, so, too, does its blockbuster movie season, which this year was disastrous (unless you like horror movies). The sounds of gunfire and explosions will fade into the cinematic abyss, making way for period pieces, artsy character studies, and star-studded adaptations that are timely and thematically significant. […]

Stranger Things actors share their favorite ’80s movies

The creators of Stranger Things haven’t been shy about the influence of Steven Spielberg and other ‘80s pop culture touchstones on their hit show, but it turns out that even the child actors turned to the films for preparation. During a Facebook Live video on Wednesday, many of the show’s young stars answered questions from […]

Joe Scarborough releases music video mocking Donald Trump

Joe Scarborough is singing a new tune about Donald Trump. Or to put it another way: He is intensifying his trolling. The MSNBC host is promoting his new name for Trump, “Amnesty Don,” with a music video posted to Facebook on Wednesday. The “Amnesty Don” song is virulently anti-Trump, describing the GOP nominee as a […]

The streaming music war is getting ugly

Fans waited four years for Frank Ocean to put out a followup to his Grammy-winning album Channel Orange, but when he finally released it this month, some listeners were upset to learn it was only streaming on Apple Music. “You’re tellin me I switched to Tidal Frank gotta go and drop an album exclusively for […]

First Impressions: A Guide To New Music In The New Season

The tumultuous Detroit summer of 1967 inspired a new work by composer and jazz trumpeter Terence Blanchard. The Detroit Symphony Orchestra will premiere it in March. AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption AFP/Getty Images Interested in Steve Jobs, Georgia O’Keefe or Alice in Wonderland? They are all explored in new music in the upcoming American […]