The following preview has been approved for all audiences: It's the holiday film season, and it's a Christmas grab-bag with something for everyone, from talking toys to thoughtful social commentary.
So many movies, so short a list.
Everyone take notice. That bug is here again. That powerful little thing that takes over even on the most educated people and prevents them from counting.
The 2010 Summer Theater at Central Lakes College opens its summer salute to "Show Business" Tuesday with the madcap musical farce "The Producers." Written by comic genius Mel Brooks, the musical is based on his 1968 comic film masterpiece of the same name.
IRONTON - When Joyce Hoggarth's father built his family vacation home in the Ironton area in 1964, he re-routed destiny for his posterity. Nearly four decades later, his daughter established Ironton's arguably best and certainly most visible food joint.
Central Lakes College will open its 41st theater season with the prize-winning comedy "Harvey" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and it will run through Oct. 17 in the Dryden Theatre.
Central Lakes College Summer Theatre presents the Ray Cooney farce "It Runs in The Family" June 15-25 in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus.The eight performances are directed by Patrick Spradlin, who calls Cooney "Britain's master of madcap comedies." The production is suitable for all ages, Spradlin said.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - When ''American Beauty'' hit theaters last fall, many were surprised when it became a box-office hit and an Oscar front-runner.
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Tony Bonsante hopes the opportunity of a lifetime doesn't fall through the ropes.
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