Photos: WWE Summerslam in Nashville

Posted: August 13, 2022 at 9:16 am   /   Wrestling

The WWE held Summerslam on July 30 in Nashville, Tennessee. Some of the featured bouts were Roman Reigns vs Brock Lesnar, Ronda Rousey against Liv Morgan, and Becky Lynch facing Bianca Belair, among others. 48,000 wrestling fans attended the event. Facebook Comments Box

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Photos: Machine Gun Kelly Plays Packed Enterprise Center During Mainstream Sellout Tour in St. Louis

Posted: August 12, 2022 at 11:32 am   /   Film

Wednesday night, Machine Gun Kelly returned to St. Louis with his “Mainstream Sellout Tour,” a fitting name for the almost sold-out Enterprise Center. Here are some photos from the concert, which also featured Willow Smith and Travis Barker. Photo credit: Kevin Brackett Powered by EmbedSocial→ Facebook Comments Box

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Movie Review: BULLET TRAIN Starring Brad Pitt, Joey King, Brian Tyree Henry, Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Posted: August 5, 2022 at 8:57 am   /   Movie Reviews

Some people avoid movie trailers. [Editor: I feel attacked] It’s not an entirely unreasonable decision; trailers can often spoil the plot or give away too many clues (see: Terminator 2). Once that happens, the enjoyment of a movie can be ruined. I, on the other hand, tend to enjoy trailers. If it’s a movie that […]

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Laughter and Lust Propel Union Avenue Opera’s FALSTAFF (Review)

Posted: August 3, 2022 at 10:25 am   /   Film, Live Theater Reviews

Hosting a 28th season dominated by excellent performances, Union Avenue Opera’s second production, Falstaff may be the strongest of the bunch. Written when he was almost 80, Verdi’s comedic opera is a pared-down version of The Merry Wives of Windsor amended with scenes from Henry IV, Part 1, and Part 2 for dramatic heft and […]

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Movie Review: VENGEANCE Starring B.J. Novak, Isabella Amara, Nathaniel Augustson

Posted: July 29, 2022 at 8:35 am   /   Film, Movie Reviews

Typically when I write a review, I’ll use a personal anecdote or try and come up with some witty or clever (or at least something I think is witty or clever) intro to draw people in. I haven’t been fired yet, so It works, I guess.  I haven’t been able to do that with Vengeance, […]

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EASTER SUNDAY Opens In Theaters Everywhere AUGUST 5! Enter to Win Passes to the Advance Screening

Posted: July 27, 2022 at 4:32 pm   /   Contests, Movie Screenings

HE HAS ONE DAY TO KEEP THE FAMILY TOGETHER… WITHOUT FALLING APART!  UNIVERSAL PICTURES PRESENTS ACCLAIMED COMEDIAN JO KOY IN EASTER SUNDAY.  RATED PG-13.  ONLY IN THEATERS AUGUST 5TH. To enter the contest, simply visit the contest link:http://gofobo.com/MgnHy22906 No purchase necessary, valid within the United States. ONLY IN THEATERS AUGUST 5TH. Facebook Comments Box

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Movie Review: ‘Nope,’ starring Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer

Posted: July 20, 2022 at 10:56 pm   /   Film, Movie Reviews

Director Jordan Peele is three-for-three.  His latest horror venture, “Nope,” is a slight departure from his previous two films, “Us,” and “Get Out.”  Academy Award winner Daniel Kaluuya stars along with Keke Palmer as siblings who own and operate Hollywood’s only Black-owned horse ranch.  Both are perfect in their roles. While Kaluuya is softer spoken […]

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VENGEANCE Opens In Theaters Everywhere July 29! Enter to Win Passes to the Advance Screening

Posted: July 20, 2022 at 1:23 pm   /   Contests, Movie Screenings

Ben Manalowitz (B.J. Novak) is an aspiring New York podcaster in search of a story. When the body of a woman he had been hooking up with is discovered in a West Texas oil field, he stumbles onto exactly the sort of true-crime tale that could make his career. Launching an investigation into her death […]

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Movie Review: WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING Starring Daisy Edgar-Jones, Taylor John Smith, Harris Dickinson

Posted: July 15, 2022 at 8:11 am   /   Movie Reviews

Back in grade school, I remember during one of our English classes, we had to take a chapter from a book (pretty sure it was Where the Red Fern Grows) and act it out in class. I don’t remember the exact scene I chose, but I remember that in order to condense the chapter down […]

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Movie Review: Bosnian Migration to St Louis Profiled in A NEW HOME

Posted: July 14, 2022 at 12:47 pm   /   Movie Reviews

Joseph Puleo is once again exploring the impact of immigration in St. Louis. Much like his previous film, America’s Last Little Italy: The Hill, his latest, A New Home examines how Bosnian immigrants built a community in the Gateway City that provided them with a brighter future. Screening at the 22nd Annual Whitaker St. Louis […]

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