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Dunkirk:  See it, then decide

2 out of 4 stars Peter Travers, Rolling Stone’s film critic, wrote that Dunkirk may be the greatest war movie ever made. Caryn James of the BBC called it a “five star triumph.” Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter said […]

Dunkirk:  See it, then decide

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2 out of 4 stars Peter Travers, Rolling Stone’s film critic, wrote that Dunkirk may be the greatest war movie ever made. Caryn James of the BBC called it a “five star triumph.” Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter said […]

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Moody Blues celebrate 50 years of Days of Future Passed

The Moody Blues stopped in at a packed Pier Six Pavilion on Wednesday night to take concert-goers back a half-century. The band’s landmark album Days of Future Passed turns 50

Spider-Man: Homecoming:  Same old Spidey

2 out of 4 stars Add this power to Spider-Man’s impressive arsenal of super hero skills: he can make time stand still. We get older, but miraculously, Peter Parker finds a

Summer movie preview: Monkeys, Minions, Megatron, Marvel, McQueen, machine guns

Monkeys, Minions, Megatron, Marvel, McQueen, machine guns, and murder will all try to be money this summer at the box office, which will feature plenty of Hollywood’s biggest names.

Neil Diamond: ‘So good, so good’ at Royal Farms Arena

His hair is more gray than black and he doesn’t move as swiftly as he did decades ago. But Neil Diamond still has what has always defined him, even

Big Thief hits Baltimore before album release

Big Thief performed to a sold-out concert at Baltimore’s Ottobar last Wednesday, just days ahead of the release of the group’s newest album, Capacity. With Adrianne Lenker on guitar and vocals,

Chance the Rapper delights Royal Farms Arena crowd

Fresh off of winning three Grammy Awards, Chance the Rapper stopped at the Royal Farms Arena during his “Be Encouraged” tour on Tuesday. The artist from Chicago played to a

Idina Menzel to play The Lyric

More than 20 years ago, Idina Menzel introduced herself to the world by playing performing artist Maureen in 1994’s Broadway smash hit “Rent,” which won a Pulitzer Prize and

‘Wonder Woman’: Girl Power at its Best

Thank you, Zeus. Thank you for crafting Wonder Woman out of clay so she could be as close to perfection as possible – a superhero who combines brains and brawn

Delfest 10 closes with emotional doubleheader

Sunday night’s grand finale on the Grandstand Stage featured two Delfest alumni legends back for the family reunion, Leftover Salmon, making their fifth Delfest appearance, and Warren Haynes, who appeared

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