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Hail, Cesar! – Film Review

By on Feb 6, 2016 in Features, Film

In Joel and Ethan Coens’ new film Hail Cesar!, they bring to life the reality of movie making in the 1950’s and the great lengths studios went to in order to keep up decorum and create the illusion of Hollywood magic. Hollywood was a well-oiled and composed machine that spun out hit after hit.

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Shakira Attends Barcelona Premiere of Zootopia

By on Feb 4, 2016 in Features, Film

Shakira, along with producer Clark Spencer and directors Rich Moore and Byron Howard attended the Zootopia (local Spanish title “Zootrópolis”) Barcelona, Spain premiere at Cinesa Diagonal.

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The Golden Gate Kennel Club Dog Show

By on Feb 1, 2016 in Features, Pets, Photography

The Golden Gate Kennel Club held their dog show over the weekend at Cow Palace. The two days were full of activities including a fashion show, flyball racing, vendors, meet & greets and of course the main show.

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The Wizard of Oz Tour

By on Jan 30, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Theatre & Musicals

Follow the yellow brick road to San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts to catch The Wizard of Oz until February 4, 2016. Based on the classic movie from 1939 starring Judy Garland, it includes most of the original elements with a few script changes and new songs by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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Pride And Prejudice And Zombies

By on Jan 27, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Film

Sony Pictures’ is pulling out all the stops to promote the new film PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES set to be release in the U.S. by Screen Gems on February 5, 2016. From partnering with Just Jared to set the world record for the most zombies reading Jane Austen at one time to letting fans join the ranks of the undead with their new ‘Zombify Yourself’ digital feature.

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Jersey Boys at SHN Orpheum Theatre

By on Jan 25, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Music, Theatre & Musicals

The “Jersey Boys” are back in San Francisco at SHN Orpheum Theatre until February 14, 2016. The Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical tells the story of Frankie Valli as a soloist and as part of The Four Seasons with Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. The audience gets a glimpse into the background of how they became a group that went on to sell 175 million records worldwide before they were thirty to being inducted into the hall of fame in 1990.

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Ten Things to Do When You’re Stuck At Home In A Blizzard

By on Jan 23, 2016 in Features, News

Things to do when you’re stuck at home in a blizzard.

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By on Jan 22, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Film

The third installment of the blockbuster Divergent series franchise, ALLEGIANT takes Tris [Shailene Woodley] and Four [Theo James] into a new world, far more dangerous than ever before.

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Disney Unveils First Poster for The BFG

By on Jan 22, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Film

The BFG (Mark Rylance), while a giant himself, is a Big Friendly Giant and nothing like the other inhabitants of Giant Country. Standing 24-feet tall with enormous ears and a keen sense of smell, he is endearingly dim-witted and keeps to himself for the most part. Giants like Bloodbottler (Bill Hader) and Fleshlumpeater (Jemaine Clement) on the other hand, are twice as big and at least twice as scary and have been known to eat humans, while the BFG prefers Snozzcumber and Frobscottle.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

By on Jan 18, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Community, Features

Today we celebrate the birthday (January 15th) of civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was established in 1983 and started being officially observed in 1986. It’s celebrated on the third Monday in January. Please take the following quotes and relate them to today because they still do. With the many injustices that continue to plague our nation it’s never too late to start doing what’s right.

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Carol – Film Review

By on Jan 15, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Film

Carol, is based on Patricia Highsmith’s, The Price of Salt written in 1952 which chronicled her own feelings about her sexuality through two fictional characters. Set in the fifties, an era when two women seen touching, let alone being in a relationship, was a preposterous idea, Haynes shows the two central women in the film having moments with touches or looks seem electric and almost scary. As if we the audience know that what is about to transpire between them is completely real and filled with a mixture of lust and love.

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David Bowie Dies of Cancer at Age 69

By on Jan 11, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Music

David Bowie died of cancer yesterday, only two days after his 69th birthday and the release of his 28th studio album, BlackStar. He had been living with cancer for 18 months. He was considered ahead of his time with his style, music, and personality. He was never afraid to say what was on his mind or share his art from deep within. The world gravitated towards him and became better because of his influence.

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TROLLS – Actors Reveal Their Characters!

By on Jan 6, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Film

Remember when you took these with you to school (or bingo) in hopes that there was some truth in them being a good luck charm? When you didn’t ace that test you still thought they were adorable and kept them around. Thanks to DreamWorks Animation and 20th Century Fox a new batch of TROLLS are heading to a theatre near you on November 4, 2016. To get the hype started, celebrities revealed their characters via twitter. It’s hard to pick a favorite!

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Monarch Butterflies at Ardenwood Historic Farm

By on Jan 2, 2016 in Adventures, Arts & Culture, Attractions, Community, Features, Outdoors, Photography, Scene, Travel

Several people waited online outside Ardenwood Historic Farm (Fremont) on New Year’s Day to view the monarch butterflies that migrate there in search of warmth. They travel hundreds of miles from the western U.S. and Canada to escape temperatures that can hit below freezing. There’s been a great decline in their population as many as 25,000 were counted in 1997 compared to about 1,600 at the farm this year.

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Jewel City: Art from San Francisco’s Panama-Pacific International Exposition

By on Dec 26, 2015 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Features, Museums, Travel

As we approach the end of the year we also approach the end of the special centennial exhibitions of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition (PPIE), the San Francisco world’s fair that celebrated the opening of the Panama Canal. It also celebrated the cities recovery from an earthquake in 1906. The deYoung Museum’s current display, “Jewel City: Art from San Francisco’s Panama-Pacific International Exposition”…

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Film Review

By on Dec 23, 2015 in Features, Film

To say that the world has been patiently waiting for Star Wars: The Force Awakens to come to life is an understatement. Gladly enough the wait is over and the film is worth every year, minute, and second that fans waited because it delivers on all aspects.

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Steve Harvey Crowns Wrong Miss Universe

By on Dec 22, 2015 in Features, Humor

On Sunday night during the Miss Universe event host Steve Harvey mistakenly crowned Miss Colombia, Ariadna Gutierrez-Arévalo, the winner of the event. He realized his mistake in the moment leading to one of the most awkward TV moments of 2015. The winner from the Philippines, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, stood in shock as the announcement was made. All eyes were on Gutiérrez’s reaction as many imagined the humiliation of having something taken away from you within seconds and worse; the whole word has access to see it.

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Sisters – Film Review

By on Dec 19, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Film

The movie genre of forty something women coming of age has hardly been touched in Hollywood. Wait… that’s because older women should have their lives figured out while living in their white-picket fenced homes along with their beautiful Christmas card worthy family. Therefore the movies that could fall into that category are almost absolute. Sisters takes that notion and flips it on its’ head, giving viewers a funny, authentic and fresh look at women trying to find themselves while having a blast on top of it.

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Kevin from Home Alone is all grown up!

By on Dec 17, 2015 in Features, Film

Macaulay Culkin reprises his 1990’s character Kevin McCallister from Home Alone, in the new web series, :DRYVRS. The movie was a huge holiday hit. It starred Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern as robbers who took advantage of empty houses during holiday travel. To their dismay, Kevin was a clever 8-year old who was left behind by his entire family.

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By on Dec 15, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Film

Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox have released the first trailer for ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE set to hit theaters July 22, 2016. Poor Scrat is still chasing that darn acorn! In this pursuit he’s catapulted into the universe where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the Ice Age World.

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