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Putting the Spotlight on Dave Lewis, Freelance Art Producer

So often people want to know the story behind the photographer or the creative on a project, but what about the art producer?  Art production is such an interesting job to say the least. 1,402 more words

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Andwella - Americana on an Ulster byway

The southern United States provide such a hold on the imagination of so many musicians for its sense of place and mythology, that references to the Mississippi Delta, Memphis or New Orleans are sprinkled across any songwriter’s vocabulary, whether they have visited these places or not. 774 more words


Time is Right for Blashill to Take Over Behind Red Wings Bench

Dave Lewis finally got his opportunity. But he never had a chance.

Scotty Bowman skated the Stanley Cup around the Joe Louis Arena ice. It was a June evening in 2002. 1,050 more words


'Game of Thrones' cast takes a break from death and dismemberment to jam with Coldplay

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Longtime fans of HBO’s grisly “Game of Thrones” will tell you that the dark fantasy show is notoriously packed with murder, torture, dismemberment, incest and Coldplay. 275 more words


The game changes in 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials' trailer

Everything is going to change. Again.

After barely surviving the Maze Trials in last year’s “The Maze Runner,” Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his fellow Gladers now come face-to-face with a grim, post-apocalyptic reality in the first trailer for the sequel, “The Scorch Trials.” 199 more words


'Lucy' director Luc Besson drafts Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne for sci-fi 'Valerian'

“Lucy” and “The Fifth Element” director Luc Besson is returning to live-action sci-fi, and he’s bringing two rising stars with him.

Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne will suit up as the leads in “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets,” based on Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mezieres’ comic “Valerian and Laureline,” first published in France in 1967. 322 more words


Exclusive preview: 'Rebels' writer Brian Wood explores the Revolutionary War

The American Revolution will be serialized in Brian Wood and Andrea Mutti’s new Dark Horse limited series “Rebels.”

Hero Complex readers get an exclusive look at issue No. 1,046 more words