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CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
With a small pit band, continuous musical scores and dance numbers, the SMTD's theatre department did a fantastic job with the adult “Peter Pan” prequel “Peter and the Starcatcher.”
He wanted us to buy into this preaching, that he is a god, and we kind of did buy it.
Instead of merely attempting to go bigger and raise the stakes higher — the standard Hollywood move — “Uncharted 4” shifts focus from the macro to the micro.
But Ocean is a master of subverting whatever your norms might be. It’s his world, and we’re just living in it.
With free admission and free (delicious) soul food, the welcoming environment of the Canterbury House is tangible; all are invited, all are embraced.
It’s Craig’s ability to legitimately achieve emotional poignancy that imbues her work with an uncommon sense of urgency.
“Fish Out of Water” compels in its wonderful, eye-popping visuals, as well as its zany and surprisingly poignant premise.
Now, truly, anything’s a go.
Thank you, “La La Land.” You shine so very brightly.
Virtual reality possesses the power to control, manipulate and shape our own artificial world, offering a myriad of experiences that may be deemed impossible in real life.