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Plaza Classic Film Festival Returns For 11th Year

In 2000, the iconic Plaza Theatre began restoration setting up the 2008 creation of a film festival named, The Movies Return To The Plaza Theatre. This was the inception the Plaza Classic Film Festival. The PCFF has drawn over 400,000 film fanatics in its eleven year existence featuring appearances from legends of film such as Al Pacino,  Debbie Reynolds, Rita Moreno, Richard Dreyfuss, Eva Marie Saint, Kathleen Turner, Tippi Hedren, Robert Wagner, Cindy Williams, Don Bluth, among others.

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Kid Lucifer, the Newest Canadian Band Are “Nothin’ But Bangers”

Kid Lucifer or Henry  Girard, Quinn Letendre, Sam Schuette and Linus Heyes, are the band originally from Vancouver who moved together to Montreal to follow their dreams, work on their music, and develop as a band.

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‘Sorry to Bother You,’ Review

Sorry to Bother You left me at a loss for words and, from the looks of Audience Scores on Rotten Tomatoes, so has it left its audiences. This film interrupts the common movie going experience both figuratively and literally. It’s almost as if the film is sorry to bother the steady stream of digestible content to communicate to the world that there are realistic problems the filmmaker would like to address.

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Minus The Bear Announce Final EP & Farewell

The Seattle born band, Minus the Bear, announced that 2018 will be their final year together, ending with the release of Fair Enough EP, and one final farewell tour. The EP will be out via Suicide Squeeze on October 19, and the tour will run until December 14th.

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Nelson Mandela’s Favorite African Folktales On Vinyl

This September, Wax Audio Group will continue their run of pressing literary milestones and classics into vinyl. This next pressing will be Nelson Mandela’s Favorite African Folktales, featuring the voices of Don Cheadle, Whoopi Goldberg, Samuel L. Jackson, Alan Rickman, and the music of Vusi Mahlasela.

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