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At first, the apocalypse on a train premise of the new sci-fi film, Snowpiercer, comes off as being rather absurd, and the more you think about it the crazier it seems. Nevertheless, the unlikely setting for this story does make for an entertaining, allegoric and thought-provoking look at class conflict and the dangers of messing with Mother Nature, plus it has some thrilling action sequences and special effects as well.
Every Sunday morning we showcase a classic comic cover, complete with compelling commentary, for your cordial contemplation. It’s the Classic Comic Cover Corner!
The Team America song, “Pearl Harbor,” probably said it best when the lyrics asked, “Why does Michael Bay get to keep on making movies?” Unfortunately the answer is that the infamous director’s films continue to make a crap-ton of money, despite how god-awful bad most of them are; and when it comes to the amount of moola his latest flick, Transformers: Age of Extinction, is likely to make, I’m certain it will be no exception.
If you are a die-hard Transformers fan, then you’ll be headed to this movie regardless; but if you are just Autobot-curious, I’d avoid this film altogether.
Austin Filiere had a pretty solid junior season for the Hamilton Huskies. The shortstop’s 10 extra-base hits showed he had a little pop in his bat, and he got on base at a very solid .422 clip.
“Our Father.” Only two words, and yet, if we learned to pray these words as Jesus instructed, our lives would be radically transformed. In Jesus’ day it was not uncommon to address God as Father; this wasn’t new. But Jesus made this way of speaking to and thinking about God, normative. “Father,” in Jesus’ view, should be the customary interpretation of God.
My grandmother always set a beautiful Passover table. The linen was crisp and the glasses sparkled. A plate of matzoh, unleavened bread, covered with an embroidered cloth, graced the table. So did a tray of vegetables reserved for young stomachs. My grandfather presided over the service from the head of the table, with Gramma at the other end, close to the kitchen. In the center of the table sat the seder plate with its crimson and gold border, and in its centre, at the heart of all the finery, sat the shank bone.
When my wife insisted that I accompany her to the gym I thought it was a good idea. She had been pressing me about it for some time, and combined with my recent lipid readings I finally relented and agreed to go.
Good evening. My name is Zac Dunn, and before I begin I would just like to take a quick moment to thank all of you from coming out and sharing in this momentous day. I know I speak not only for myself but for every other graduate here when I say that in reaching today, not a single one of us has done it alone; we've all had the irreplaceable support of friends, faculty, and most importantly, family. So on a night that is so concentrated on us, the graduates, I would ask for a round of applause thanking everyone who helped us reach this moment.
We stand at the precipice of a revolution so major that for centuries history will focus on it and social scientists will give it the attention it should be receiving today.
CINCINNATI — When it comes to cuisine, Cincinnati is known for its quirky version of chili, a pile of sweet, cinnamon-flavored meat sauce served over spaghetti, topped with a heaping mound of shredded cheddar.
LEGO bricks are the inspiration for a family friendly, interactive exhibit opening Saturday, May 24, at Heard Museum in Phoenix. USA Today named it last week as one of “10 Must-See Museum Exhibits This Summer.”
Mesa Police Sgt. Brandon Mendoza, killed May 12 in a wrong-way driving accident, was honored by Mesa this week with a decision to name after him a baseball field at Guerrero Rotary Park.
“Aladdin Jr.” transforms Desert Stages Theatre’s Cullity Hall into Agrabah, the city of enchantment, May 16 through June 22.
Running through my mind as I type is next week's trailer for Disney's “Million Dollar Arm.” I use next week's trailer to account for the probable praise from critics – it's easy to visualize words like “triumphant” or “uplifting” materializing on screen alongside a four-star review from Rolling Stone's Peter Travers.
Positivity was in short supply for Lawana Tremble when she grew up. She said she was bullied as a kid, discriminated against in a variety of ways and told she’d never amount to anything.
When it comes to ice cream, I generally feel it's hard to improve on a simple scoop right out of the carton. But this time my mind has turned to baked Alaska. I know... How retro!
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art invites families to take a magical journey this Mother’s Day to see the museum completely transformed into a kaleidoscopic wonderland.
NEW YORK — Jamie Foxx, who stars in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," knows something about the double-life of a superhero.
Even though we’ve moved around a lot, we keep some things close. These items are packed and unpacked without negotiation, because the truth is they’re like old friends, our favorite walking boots that cradle our feet and never rub, or a pair of relaxed jeans that fit perfectly. There’s something comforting about knowing we can still pull these things out when we feel the need.