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At 78, after leading what can only be called a remarkable life, celebrated mime Marcel Marceau is still on tour.
In the wake of this week's tragic events, entertainment may be just about the last thing on our minds.
Imagine two men swinging off ropes that hang from the top of a 300-foot castle turret. Now picture them swordfighting.
Long Beach Dub Allstars.
IT-LIST FEMALE: I will always love you. You saved my life.
What price will a woman pay to protect her child? That is the question at the center of The Deep End, an emotional thriller that features an impressive, nuanced performance from Tilda Swinton.
In the rush to cover last Tuesday's attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C.
There is an absolutely bizarre scene at the 25-minute mark of Mark Walhberg's new film, Rock Star.
DUI. Driving Under the Influence, right? Nope. A group of 10 guys with an oh-so-clever name that do improv at Duke University? Yes, sort of.
It's a rare and beautiful thing when the words of an artist expressed through song so accurately reflect the feelings of the common listener.
Forget about its length. For the love of God, forget about its length.
"Real people. Real issues." Real World?.
Think your earning potential's through the roof? Ever wonder about your real net worth? A new website lets you put your opinions to the test.
There can only be one reason why no one is screaming about how many Grammys the group Restiform Bodies will be raking in next year--no one really knows what genre to place them in.
Armed with a Casio, glow-in-the-dark face paint and some ridiculously gigantic headgear, Japanese trio eX-Girl will take on the lazy indie-rock scene at Go! Studios in Carrboro next Tuesday.
Jesus playing football? How about running on a track?.