Glory to the Venice International Film Festival!
Visionary "Parasite" director Bong Joon Ho has been appointed jury president of the 2021 edition of the festival, organizers announced Friday. The 2020 Oscar winner will ...Read more
In a normal year, the Sundance Film Festival is centered on the remote ski town of Park City, Utah. This obviously is not a normal year.
Sundance has shifted to a largely virtual program for 2021, with limited in-person ...Read more
Guitarist Sylvain Sylvain, a founding member of the seminal punk band New York Dolls, has died after a battle with cancer, his wife announced. The Egyptian-born rocker was 69.
Sylvain was diagnosed with cancer 2 1/2 years...Read more
The Avengers have traveled to the corners of the universe. But two members face their most daunting challenge yet when they find themselves grounded in sitcomland.
In the new series "WandaVision," Wanda Maximoff aka ...Read more
"General Hospital's" Ingo Rademacher, Jax, recently told fans he felt Twitter and Facebook were too tame. He planned to continue on the sites but was adding Parler. That Parler. He may want Parler, but Parler is on hiatus....Read more
On the heels of the first new moon of the year and a direction change for Uranus, we ride out the last days of the Capricorn sun. It's a good time to report to the leader within. How well have you been able to manage ...Read more
(UPI) A mule deer in Pine, Colo., was rescued by park rangers after getting its head jammed into a 10-pound plastic bird feeder.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer Joe Nicholson pried the plastic tub off of the deer's ...Read more
(UPI) A dog stolen in Denver on New Year's Day inside an unlocked car was returned to its owner after being missing for two weeks.
Donna Lopez told police she left her black SUV in the parking lot of a convenience store ...Read more
(UPI) Patches, a calico cat that went during the Southern California mudslides in January 2018, has been reunited with her owner.
The cat was believed to be dead until she was brought to the Animal Shelter Assistance ...Read more
Julie Dash launched her career with the widely acclaimed "Daughters of the Dust" in 1991 and has only made one movie since. Charles Burnett's "Killer of Sheep" made a huge splash in 1978 but he has struggled to complete a ...Read more
Whatever its flaws, "Promising Young Woman" really goes for it, and that makes it thrilling to watch.
The wayward tone of writer/director Emerald Fennell's even-darker-than-it-seems satire can be confounding: "Hold up, it...Read more
Many shopping habits and trends have emerged since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, not the least of which is a significant spike in alcohol purchases. Nationally, Nielsen found a 54% increase in alcohol sales ...Read more
He was born in the USA and now he’s going to honor it.
New Jersey-bred rocker Bruce Springsteen, along with crooner John Legend and alternative band the Foo Fighters, were announced Friday as additional performers at ...Read more
True crime has paid big dividends for Netflix. From "Making a Murderer" to "The Keepers," "The Staircase" and "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness," the streaming service has been a steady provider of white-knuckle ...Read more
MIAMI — To successfully bring a stage play to the silver screen, the filmmaker must overcome the limitations of confined set. Denzel Washington did it with "Fences." Sidney Lumet with "The Wiz." Barry Jenkins with "...Read more
Days after attending a rally that led to a deadly right-wing insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the LA indie musician Ariel Pink tried to defend his actions on Fox News host Tucker Carlson's show on Thursday.
"I had no ...Read more
The U.S. may have the largest economy in the world, but it’s neither the largest country nor the most populated (those titles belong to Russia and China, respectively). In fact, if you come from a small state like Rhode...Read more
Among the many archival materials excerpted in Sam Pollard's "MLK/FBI" is a 1964 televised interview with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., conducted by journalist Gay Pauley. With a superior smirk and galling bad faith, ...Read more
PITTSBURGH — Joanne Rogers was so much more than just Fred Rogers' adoring wife.
The two married in 1952, and she remained by his side until his death in 2003. Though her husband's fame skyrocketed thanks to the success...Read more
Despite the continued shutdowns and economic uncertainty brought by the COVID-19, one market that flourished in 2020 was real estate. With interest rates at an all-time low and homes appreciating at a rapid pace, houses ...Read more
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