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It’s known as the summer movie season and it used to wait until May to arrive. Over the past few years, big movies have been opening earlier and earlier.
Sometimes in life you have to learn the hard way and you have a week that seems to be teaching you lessons on multiple levels.
A tribute to music legends hits the local stage today when the Historic State Theater hosts “The King, The Killer & The Man in Black.”
The U.S. Army Field Band & Soldiers’ Chorus will present a free concert today at North Hardin High School gymnasium in Radcliff.
In today’s culture of constant surveillance and political paranoia, it may feel like society’s landed right in the middle of George Orwell’s novel “1984.”
Sunday our home was the site of an Easter egg hunt.
Military ID holders and their families are invited to a free showing of George Orwell’s “1984” at the Hardin County School’s Performing Arts Center.
After the nightmare that was “Man of Steel,” audiences were hoping for something better with the news of a Batman and Superman flick — until they heard the title.
Let’s just get this out from the beginning: This movie is horrible.
The Divergent series hasn’t been a winner all along and the films just keep getting worse.
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