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Arkansan NBA pioneer to be Inducted in Hall of Fame, Featured in Major Motion Film

Technically, Nat “Sweetwater” Clifton was the second black player to sign with an NBA team. He was also the first black player to play in the NBA Finals, as well as being the oldest player in NBA history to make an All-Star game debut (at age 34). 861 more words

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Thumper Punk Records Announces No Punk Influences' Debut Album, "Fight Within"

Thumper Punk Records is pleased to announce the debut album “Fight Within” by No Punk Influences. 11 songs of raw and gritty street punk out of Monmouth, Illinois, sung with passion and purpose. 182 more words


Review- Guys and Dolls at Carnegie Hall

This past Thursday night, Carnegie Hall put on a one night only sold out concert production of the beloved classic, Guys and Dolls.This production once again welcomed back Nathan Lane as Nathan Detroit and also was his farewell to the character as he now claims that night was the last time he planned on performing as him. 194 more words


Review: Joe Versus the Volcano

Director: John Patrick Shanley
Year: 1990
Score: 4/10

Strange romantic comedy that has inexplicably become a cult film. In the first act there’s an appealing quirkiness that reminded me of the parts of Tim Burton’s movies that I actually like. 113 more words


Mousehunt 1997

Gore Verbinkski’s first features shows all the visual energy and gift of visual comedy that featured in the Pirates of The Caribbean movies, but without the lame-love interest. 116 more words


Elaine Stritch—Shoot Me: A True Treasure---Documentary

Elaine Stritch—what an utterly fascinating, talented force of nature she is. Frankly, I want to be her when I finally grow up. If you love the performing arts and its artists, then the documentary, “ 663 more words


Hamptons Actors Shine on 'The Good Wife'

It seems as if “The Good Wife” is taking a cue from the “Law & Order” playbook and stacking the deck with more and more familiar faces from the Hamptons. 231 more words