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Love is Strange Review (15)

Same sex relationships are notoriously tricky to present in film in a balanced and genuine way. Either subscribing overly to stereotypes or avoiding them to the point of artifice, honest portrayals of gay couples suffer from contemporary pressure from both sides of the social reform debate. 527 more words


Love Is Strange (Ira Sachs, 2014)

In the vein of classics Tokyo Story and Make Way for Tomorrow, Ira Sachs’ Love Is Strange focuses on an older couple who are separated by circumstance and the domestic tragedy that gradually ensues. 67 more words


Review: Love is Strange

For the last few years I’ve really admired how John Lithgow has continued to give brilliant performances despite his Alzheimer’s. After a quick Google search it thankfully turns out Lithgow actually doesn’t suffer from any such disease but perhaps it’s a credit to his performance in… 487 more words

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Say Something

Fourteen year old child protégé Jackie Evancho and Cheyenne Jackson are singing “Say Something”  on PBS, a taping of the concert “Awakening” at Longwood Gardens. 797 more words

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Friday’s High School Results


Hillcrest 64, T.L. Hanna 38

HILLCREST (64): Calwile 4, Shaw 6, Saunders 5, Beagle 2, Hooker 8, Jones 2, Morris 8, Tatum 3, White 9, Massey 4, Holmes 7, Eich 2. 561 more words


Movies to watch during a (non) blizzard

Binge-watching TV shows and reading a good book are all good snow-related activities (does ordering liquor from Astor Wines constitute take-out?) but also is catching up on some of the movies I missed at the multiplex. 413 more words

Movie Review

Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks

The adventures of the elderly are unfortunately rarely captured on film. With so much experience and a strong sense of wisdom, older people can provide some of the more entertaining films out there. 522 more words