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Since the St. Joseph Performing Arts Association can’t bring its series of performances to the Missouri Theater, it’s going to bring them to local neighborhoods.

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“If everything falls in the way it’s supposed to fall in my department, both myself and Cassie Hoppas, who’s the costume designer, will both be out of work. So, you know, it sucks,” he said.

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Salt Lake City to turn ‘Hobbitville’ into public art park SALT LAKE CITY | The eclectic community of Allen Park, known as Hobbitville, in Salt Lake City will be turned into a public art park amid efforts to protect the property from development, city officials said.

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The quirky, outlandish, magical world of “Matilda: The Musical” shouldn’t work for a regional theater production. But Robidoux Resident Theatre was determined to make it happen.

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The foreign-language film remake has never been the most esteemed sort of Hollywood production, but the timing of “Downhill,” a remake of Ruben Östlund’s 2014 Swedish film “Force Majeure,” hasn’t done it any favors.

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The best thing to come out of 2016’s much-derided DC antihero team-up “Suicide Squad” was Margot Robbie’s inspired take on Harley Quinn, the self-proclaimed “Joker’s girl” and quirky chaos clown. Robbie’s Quinn, with her colorful pigtails and baseball bat, instantly became an icon, a perenni…

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There’s a scene early on in the new film “Gretel & Hansel” when the two title characters accidentally scarf down psychedelic mushrooms in a forest and it produces one very strong feeling in the audience: jealousy.

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When you think of top-notch movie assassins, there’s a good chance you conjure up Samuel L. Jackson or Keanu Reeves or Matt Damon. You might not immediately think of Blake Lively. But now you should.

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“ The Last Full Measure ” — which details the fight to bestow the Medal of Honor to medic William H. Pitsenbarger — is catnip for dads, a true-life Vietnam war film that offers valor, a band of brothers, some dogged and righteous steadfastness, honor and grace. It also has a lot of loving th…

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James Dean revival spurs debate on ‘raising the dead’ LOS ANGELES | The men bringing James Dean back to life for a forthcoming film are aiming not just to give his digital likeness a role, but a whole new career.

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The third edition of the “Bad Boys” franchise starts as it must do: With a gleaming Porsche swerving at impossible speeds through Miami traffic under the expert control of Will Smith, with Martin Lawrence growing very sick beside him.

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‘Skywalker’ rises again; ‘Little Women’ go big at box office LOS ANGELES | “Star Wars” was still rising in the last weekend of the year, while “Little Women” broke big at the box office.

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LONDON — Wearing a tall black hat, a heavy mottled fur coat covered in trinkets, a long beard and plenty of hair, Andy Serkis received a round of applause from the crew of ‘‘A Christmas Carol’’ after thanking them for their hard work on the set.

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It seems that Angelina Jolie’s current pet cause is rehabilitating the image of notorious “Sleeping Beauty” villain and evil fairy Maleficent. The 2014 live-action stand-alone film positioned the curse-bearing mistress of evil as a misunderstood and abused guardian of the natural world and a…

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Will Smith is usually an asset for a movie. You’d think then that it would be a good thing to have not just one but two Will Smiths in a movie if you can. That was at least part of the idea behind “Gemini Man.” The action film from Ang Lee also uses state of the art de-aging technology to cr…

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“Hustlers “ saves all of its tricks for the end. It’s a banger of an ending, too, which is something that so few films manage to nail. The emotion, the stakes, the character development and the why of it all hit around the same time. This, you think, is the movie. Then suddenly it’s over jus…

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It can be a cheesy thing when a novel is split up and spread out over a handful of films, but Stephen King’s “It” is not one of those books.

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It’s hard to have huge expectations for a movie called “The Angry Birds Movie 2.” After all, it’s not even a movie based on a smartphone game. It’s a SEQUEL to a movie based on a smartphone game.

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The film adaptation of “The Art of Racing in the Rain” seems to have been designed by algorithm to maximize appeal for a certain demographic of women ages around 30 and up. Let’s take the lovable dad from “This is Us” (Milo Ventimiglia, who happens to have some lasting goodwill from his intr…

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LOS ANGELES — Stan Lee, the creative dynamo who revolutionized the comic book and helped make billions for Hollywood by introducing human frailties in superheroes such as Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and the Incredible Hulk, died Monday. He was 95.

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St. Joseph brewery to throw grand opening: River Bluff Brewery will become the first local brewery to open to the public since the closing of Belt Brewing Company. This is reason enough for the business to celebrate its grand opening with the public starting at 11 a.m. Saturday at 1224 Frede…

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“Forever Plaid” is all about life not going as planned but still getting the chance to live out a big dream. The same could be said for the production.

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Citywide Free Museum Day happens Saturday: In its 11th year, Smithsonian Magazine will present Free Museum Day starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22. The day will be celebrated with museums and cultural institutions opening their doors free of charge. Many organizations in the Museum Associa…

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Tony Danza to perform at Missouri Theater: From “Who’s The Boss?” to the upcoming “The Good Cop,” Tony Danza has made a name for himself on television and the big screen. At 7:30 p.m. today the St. Joseph Performing Arts Association will present “Tony Danza: Standards and Stories” at the Mis…

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First Thursday Noontime Concert Series kicks off: The monthly Downtown Noontime Concert Series will come back to First Presbyterian Church, at Seventh and Jules streets, at 12:10 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6. The featured performers will be baritone Shaun Agnew and Brent Isom on guitar. Attendees …

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St. Joseph hip-hop artist to throw album listening party: Local hip-hop artist 3LADE will be celebrating the release of his album “Alero” with a free listening party. It will be held tonight at 9:30 p.m. at The Luxe, 1900 Frederick Ave. It will be hosted by DJ Rudy C.

‘Riverdance’ star to perform at Missouri Theater on Saturday: After performing a successful virtual show during the pandemic, the St. Joseph Performing Arts Association is excited to have Michael Londra perform in person. The Emmy award-nominated tenor singer and the Voice of “Riverdance” on…

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‘Riverdance’ star to perform at Missouri Theater on Saturday: After performing a successful virtual show during the pandemic, the St. Joseph Performing Arts Association is excited to have Michael Londra perform in person. The Emmy award-nominated tenor singer and the Voice of “Riverdance” on…

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Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art to host Sugarplum Festival: For more than 40 years, the annual Sugarplum Festival has been a tradition at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art, 2818 Frederick Ave. It will be held from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 12, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 13…

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Kristin Hamilton, Jennifer George to perform at Mokaska: It will be a night of St. Joseph natives playing some acoustic jams as former Under The Big Oak Tree lead singer Kristin Hamilton returns to town. She’ll be joined by artists such as Jennifer George and Pick & Strum as they perform…