- Boise WeeklyJul 22 03:05 AM
Scars on 45 is Alive After Five. by Amy Atkins Scars on 45 is no stranger to Boise. The British band has spun through the City of Trees a few times, returning Wednesday, July 22 to bring its definitive adult guitar-pop to the Grove Plaza for Alive After Five.…
- Washington PostJul 06 09:03 AM
The Going Out Guide recommends free and low-cost things to do this week.
- International Business TimesJul 08 09:50 AM
Today’s the big day, San Diego Comic-Con 2015 attendees! Better rise and shine quick and put yourself into lines now. Oh yes, lines began forming the day before Preview Night for Hall H. If your schedule isn’t already crammed with coveted panels for your favorite TV shows, find out if you can make one of the big movie presentations surely to bring out the stars and spoilers.
- MashableJul 05 05:33 PM
TV roles come and go, sometimes leading to other big opportunities for the actors and actresses that star in the show. The entertainment business can be fickle, however, and sometimes big names have trouble finding new TV gigs once a major series has ended its run. Other times, these actors will pop up in a multitude of shows without landing another memorable or lengthy gig So, we've scoured the...
- BellaOnlineJul 12 11:36 AM
Gru is content being a father to Margo, Edith and Agnes, until the AVL sends Lucy to help the capture a super villain. Try to find these movie mistakes in "Despicable Me 2".
- KotakuJul 23 01:53 PM
The versions of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman who appear in the new animated Justice League film Gods and Monsters are dark. We’ve already seen glimpses, and the full film is indeed full of sick superhero moments. Hell, Superman cals Lois Lane a bitch. You should watch it. Read more...
- U-T San DiegoJul 10 08:16 AM
Are you ready for a busy day at Comic-Con? “The Walking Dead” takes over Hall H starting at noon today, and a couple of hours later, the gang from “Game of Thrones” will hold court.
- DVD TalkJul 25 10:22 AM
Highly Recommended Doomed planet. [click on the thumbnail to enlarge] Desperate scientists. Read the entire review
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