'We were in the process of becoming a temporary drive-thru restaurant if we were not allowed to open as a theater for the time being, so we could survive until the restrictions were lifted.'
Over the years, I’ve written many columns about the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
We continue extolling the virtues of quality, even if J.D. Power fails to award us for the effort. Many people lucky enough to remain employed now work online. You may spend your days in Zoom conferences and Skype meetings. I remain amazed at how many PBS reporters look and sound terrible wh…
There is a lot of family togetherness these days. For most of us, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to spend more time with family and those in our innermost circle than we may have ever spent with them before.
At the Massachusetts School for the Feebleminded, we become acquainted with four remarkable young women in the historical fiction, “The Degenerates” (Simon & Schuster 青鹏棋牌) by J. Albert Mann.
Among the 2,026 former students and faculty members featured on our Gies College of Business-powered website: 30-year Unit 4 music teacher and choir director MARIAN KUETHE WYATT.
Champaign music teachers Abby Crull and Brandon T. Washington miss their students. So they came up with a way to connect across the community in the time of COVID-19. At 4 p.m. Saturday, residents are asked to go outside and join in the CU Sing-A-Long.
Smarter than the usual action fare, the film checks all the boxes where movies of this ilk are concerned. As long as the bullets are flying, this feature's on solid ground; it’s during its quiet moments where it stumbles.
'I would think we should be able to open because you're in your car,' longtime owner Mike Harroun said. If it's allowed, he would have a limited menu at its concession stand, the popular carousel and train would be closed, and restroom access would be limited.
Who out there could use a good laugh right about now? We reached out to 100 stars of stand-up comedy and others in the funny business and asked them to make us laugh.
Nearly every scene is done in a manic pitch, the performers desperately trying to generate humor and charm, failing at every turn.
Ken Loach's film couldn't be more timely, as it evaluates the modern gig economy, its illusionary promise of financial liberation and the dire consequences it holds if the least little misfortune is to occur.
The Art Mart owners opened up to staff writer Alexandria Kobryn about their soft spot for children's charities and how their lives and business model have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
So you’re self-isolating and need to find out what films you might want to watch online or on cable and/or you could use a good laugh? I’ve made this particular recommendation before, which would answer both those needs, but it’s worth repeating in the present circumstances (and I’m guessing…
Thomas Sanders started working on “Vietnam War Portraits: The Faces and the Voices” and photo series in graduate school. One of his professors asked him why this series was so important with all the other books and movies out there.
A shy, talented pianist, Hazel, falls in love with James, a gentle man who aspires to be an architect. But this is 1917 London and WWI is raging. James is unexpectedly called up and shipped out to France to fight in “Lovely War” (Viking 2019), by acclaimed author Julie Berry.