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I hate the end of summer.

I have never been so mad to see the return of the autumn pumpkin brew in the grocery store. I was really under the impression we had four weeks of summer left, but modern commercialism has righted my wrong. 373 more words


Two Memoirs : A Book and a Movie

So I recently read the book, “Memoirs of a Geisha” by Arthur Golden. 1,657 more words


The King and I at Vivian Beaumont Theater

In this visit to New York City my husband and I saw three Broadway shows. By far this is the largest number of Broadway shows we saw in one visit. 342 more words


World War II-Set Neo-Noir 'Shanghai' Finally Gets U.S. Release

Five years after it bowed in China, Shanghai, director Mikael Håfström’s neo-noir set during the Japanese occupation of China in World War II, will finally see theatrical release in the United States, The Weinstein Company has announced. 133 more words

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Inception (2010)

Genre: Action, Mystery, Sci-Fi

This film is really amazing, captivating and has become one of my favourite movies! It not just action, it becomes more than that with the excellent cast and intriguing narrative. 135 more words


Theater Thursday - "The King and I" (2015) Review

I don’t normally get a chance to see a production after its recent Tony win. Usually once a show gets the coveted award, tickets are hard to come by for months, even years. 780 more words

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Buzzworthy on Broadway This Week

Every week we round up the biggest news items and gossip into one big post so you can be sure you’re fully in the know. Follow us on… 329 more words

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