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Is Genesis History? New film ably addresses age-old question

Paleontologist Marcus Ross and Dr. Del Tackett consider fossil evidence in Is Genesis History? Some years ago, I had a conversation with a friend – a seasoned rabbi – about a well-known scientist who was dedicated to finding Noah’s Ark. […]

Is Genesis History: Paleontologist Marcus Ross and Dr. Del Tackett.

Is Genesis History? New film ably addresses age-old question

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Paleontologist Marcus Ross and Dr. Del Tackett consider fossil evidence in Is Genesis History? Some years ago, I had a conversation with a friend – a seasoned rabbi – about a well-known scientist who was dedicated to finding Noah’s Ark. […]

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Oscars 2017: Frankly my dear you should give a damn

Or, In Defense of the Oscars February 26th will bring the 89th Academy Awards, and a whopping record number of firsts. This will be the first year in which the Academy

Disney On Ice: Dream Big to bring magic to Royal Farms Arena

Whenever Midori Sano returns to her native Tokyo, which isn’t often, her parents always greet her with the same question: How much longer are you going to remain a

Something ‘Beautiful’ about Carole King’s ups and downs

Sometimes when things take a downward turn in life, something beautiful emerges from the dark. That’s the story of the Broadway fast-paced hit Beautiful: The Carole King Musical that graced

Oscars nominations announced and several films are well represented

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) has announced the nominations for the 89th Oscars. AMPAS president Cheryl Boone Isaacs made the announcement with academy members Demian Bichir, Dustin

XXX: Return of Xander Cage: Movie Review

2 out of 4 stars Xander “XXX” Cage should have remained dead. But instead he miraculously returned to the big screen a decade after he was supposedly killed during one of

Dorothy Kilgallen & Jack Ruby: A Toxic Mix

In 1931, at the age of 17, she was a cub reporter for the “New York Evening Journal.” At age 23, she was the first woman “to fly around

Cashelle Butler lights up the stage in Momma Mia! at the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore.

Momma Mia!: ABBA musical lays all its love on the Hippodrome

Cashelle Butler (as Tanya) lights up the stage in Momma Mia! at the Hippodrome. How can a show with a paper-thin plot and jukebox songs from the disco era continue

Al Capone and his legacy

His mother, Theresa, attended daily Mass. His father, Gabriel, was a successful barber. His family and friends called him “Al.” His detractors labeled him “Scarface,” but never ever directly

Kevin Massey and Mary VanArsdel in the touring production of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder.

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder: Slow torture at the Hippodrome

If there was ever an apt admonishment to set the stage for a Broadway musical, it occurs in the opening moments of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

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