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Finally, Download Your Netflix Entertainment

“Netflix members worldwide can now download in addition to stream great series and films at no extra cost,” the streaming giant announced Wednesday morning. The highly anticipated feature is launching after earlier reports speculated Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) would bring it to market by the end of the year. Continue Reading Below Image source: Netflix. Netflix […]

Every Single Movie That Jackie Kennedy Watched in the White House

Illustration: Jim Cooke, Photo AP Jackie Kennedy epitomized American style and grace during the middle of the 20th century. So it’s no surprise that the movies she watched in the White House would reflect that. From Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita to John Huston’s The Misfits, Jackie screened some true classics during her relatively short […]

Why Dolly Parton Couldn’t Watch Her NBC TV Movies in Front of People (Hint: It Involves Eyelashes)

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Here Are the Movies and TV Shows You Can Watch Offline on Netflix

Introverts rejoice — you can finally watch Netflix offline. Netflix announced Wednesday morning that members worldwide can now download select movies and TV shows for viewing on iOS and Android smartphone and tablet devices while disconnected from the internet. Original series including “Orange Is the New Black,” “The Crown,” “House of Cards,” and “Stranger Things” are now available to […]

The 17 Most Anticipated Movies of 2017

By all accounts, 2016 was a raging dumpster fire of a year. But like any travesty, it was made just bearable for short amounts of time thanks to pop culture, especially movies. While this year brought along with it a cornucopia of cinematic treats, I can’t help but look to the future. No, not the inevitable Mad […]

Music’s country of origin influences people’s taste in dishes

Study offered students a menu including an Italian dish and a Spanish dish Italian music was played to the diners one night, Spanish music the next On both nights, more students chose the Italian dish  However, a greater proportion of diners selected the Spanish food over the Italian dish on the night when the Spanish […]

PSO’s ‘Music of Prince’ tribute show postponed – Pittsburgh Post

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s musical tribute to Prince has been postponed until March 4.  Originally scheduled for Dec. 16, “The Music of Prince” includes hits such as “Purple Rain” and “When Doves Cry.” The event features Windborne Music, which previously has joined the PSO for concerts tributes to Led Zeppelin and Queen.  Ticketholders can use […]

Andrew Norman Wins The Grawemeyer Award For Music – NPR

Andrew Norman’s orchestral piece Play has won the Grawemeyer Award. Jessa Anderson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption toggle caption Jessa Anderson/Courtesy of the artist A rambunctious 45-minute orchestral piece called Play, by American composer Andrew Norman, has been named the winner of the 2017 Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition. The prize, which includes $100,000, was […]

Bridges for Music to Host Salon Sessions Fundraiser at Art Basel Miami

Music always sounds just a little sweeter when it’s being used to benefit a good cause. Nonprofit organization Bridges for Music is hosting Salon Sessions, an event with 70 curated guests including Skrillex, Richie Hawtin, Arthur Baker, Alex Ebert and more at Miami’s Art Basel on Dec. 1 in an effort to raise funds for a school they […]

‘Wonderama’ returns to television on PIX11 in new version of beloved family show – New York’s PIX11 / WPIX

“Wonderama,” the enduring and iconic studio- audience participation show that entertained families for over four decades, marks its triumphant comeback to television with an exclusive New York “Wonderama Christmas Special” on PIX11 airing Sunday, Dec. 25, at 6 p.m. The special installment of the series precedes the show’s national rollout beginning on Saturday, Jan. 7, […]