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House Of Cards’ Michael Kelly On Season 5: “There Have Always Been Radical Changes In This Show”

As Doug Stamper in House of Cards, Michael Kelly expertly ranges from silently smoldering to outright psycho. Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey)’s henchman and Chief of Staff has also played dead (temporarily), alcoholic, kidnapper and murderer, among other challenging plot turns. 1,350 more words

Emmy

40-year overdue library book incurs no fee – but gratitude inspires donation

In 1970s, Michael Kelly checked “So You Want to Be a Doctor” out of the Kanawha County Library in West Virginia. Forty years later, he is a successful plastic surgeon in Miami, Fla., but – as he recently discovered – he never returned the book that helped him get there. 132 more words

Christian Science Monitor

Drive-In Dive In: Viral

Like a parasite or a particularly unpleasant invasive species, venereal horror can be a nasty and truly gruesome phenomenon – if done properly. The source of the horror can spring from the earth or drop in from outer space. 590 more words

Reviews

'House of Cards' Spotted Filming Around Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The City of Baltimore once again played host to Frank Underwood and company this week as filming of “House of Cards” took place around town. 222 more words

Local

The First Trailer For 'VIRAL' Starring Sofia Black-D'Elia

Check out the first trailer that Dimension Films and Blumhouse Pictures has released for their upcoming horror thriller VIRAL starring Sofia Black-D’Elia, which can be seen down below! 162 more words

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#DownontheSDFarm Week Six: Farm is Growing

By Bill Center

With the Short-Season Tri-City Dust Devils and Dominican Padres opening play this week, the San Diego farm system is now firing on all cylinders, with six teams’ worth of action. 505 more words

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#DownontheSDFarm Week Five: Arms Race

By Bill Center

The recurring theme in the Padres Minor League Players of the Week survey thus far has been hitting.

So we offer a change of pace this week Down on the Farm as four right-handed pitchers put up a series of zeroes for the Padres’ minor league affiliates. 539 more words

Minor Leagues