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21st Annual Oskerbites

TV Bites 21st Annual Oskerbites by Neena Louise With no host again this year, the broadcast was about average for no-host years at 3-1/2 hours. I was surprised I wasn’t my usual bored-out-of-my-gourd waiting for the whole thing to end, however. Perhaps it’s because I was working a jigsaw while I watched, or maybe – […]

[Not the] TV Holiday Listings 2019 – TV Bites

Neena is back with her always hilarious and definitely not real TV listings for the holidays…

Sept. 8 arts and entertainment calendar | Accent – Index

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Fort Bragg entertainment center in design phase

By Michael Construction of a new shopping center at Fort Bragg could break ground by spring 2020 if everything goes according to plans, officials said. “The project is in design, and that phase should be completed toward the end of 2019,” said Julie Mitchell, a spokeswoman for the Army Air Force Exchange Service, which is […]

German Chancellor Merkel opens new Bauhaus museum in Dessau

By Michael BERLIN (AP) — The eastern German city of Dessau marked the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus school of design Sunday with the opening of a new museum featuring a collection of exhibits and objects that tie in with the movement’s iconic buildings. Chancellor Angela Merkel told a crowd at the opening of the […]

Threads draw together for Huichica music festival | Entertainment – Walla Walla Union

By Michael WAITSBURG — You may be wondering how the historic creekside ranch property of a multi-generational wheat farm family came to be the backdrop for an upcoming two-day folk and indie music festival. Especially one that got its start on a 160-year-old vineyard property in Sonoma. For Huichica Music Festival co-founder Jeff Bundschu, the […]

The Stephen King Movie Universe, By the Numbers

By Michael Few writers have had their work adapted for the screen as often as Stephen King. “IT Chapter Two,” which opened in theaters Friday, is at least the 43rd movie inspired by his books, according to Box Office Mojo. That’s about one a year since the first adaptation, “Carrie,” was released in 1976. Led […]

Jean Dujardin Comedy ‘Deerskin’ Acquired By Greenwich Entertainment – Toronto

By Michael EXCLUSIVE: Greenwich Entertainment has picked up the domestic distribution rights to Quentin Dupieux’s Deerskin which made its world premiere at Director’s Fortnight in Cannes and will have its North American premiere in Special Presentations at TIFF. The pic will also make its U.S. premiere at Fantastic Fest. Greenwich will release Deerskin in theaters […]

Jon Favreau Compares ‘The Mandalorian’s’ Scale to Original Star Wars Trilogy

By Michael Jon Favreau gave some more insight into the scale of his forthcoming Disney Plus “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian” at Variety‘s Entertainment Technology summit. The prolific multi-hyphenate likened the series, which takes place after the events of “Return of the Jedi,” to the original George Lucas trilogy in terms of scale and tone. […]

Kylie Jenner: My family teases me for being a Billionaire

By Michael The price of being a billionaire. Kylie Jenner’s family isn’t afraid to poke fun at her bank account — and then ask for free trips! “When we’re in a group chat talking about where we should go for a trip, they’re like, ‘Kylie? You going to pay for it?’” Kylie said in a […]