Posted by Hannah Royal | Posted in Entertainment Guide | Posted on 26-09-2012
Led Zeppelin concert film director: The talk about a reunion should stopSept. 28, 2012, 5:38 PM EST
The brains behind Led Zeppelin’s new concert movie “Celebration Day” has urged fans not to read too much into the release of the film surrounding the group’s 2007 reunion, insisting the project merely captures a magical musical moment in time.
The band came together to honor late mentor Ahmet Ertegun in London and they asked video director and frequent collaborator Dick Carruthers to shoot the one-off gig and beam images onto screens set up at the O2 Arena.
Years later, Jimmy Page, Robert Plant and John Paul Jones opted to dig the footage out of the band’s vaults and take a look.
Carruthers says, “As John Paul Jones says, five years is five minutes in Zeppelin time.
Posted by Hannah Royal | Posted in Entertainment Guide | Posted on 19-09-2012
He’s given voice to adolescent turtles Donatello and Raphael, goofy lab mouse Pinky, Warner brother Yakko, nearsighted fairy Bobble, whatever-a-Snork-is Corky and nameless broccoli.
Now you can hear him simply as Rob.
Starting with an episode of “G.I. Joe” in 1983, actor Rob Paulsen, of Agoura Hills, has been the voice of hundreds of cartoon characters, creatures and vegetables. In order, the roles mentioned in the first sentence are from “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “Pinky and the Brain,” “Animaniacs,” “Tinker Bell,” “Snorks” and “The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange.”
Paulsen, 56, started a weekly podcast in 2011, “Talkin’ Toons with Rob Paulsen,” that lets him be himself and connect with fans as he talks about his career and interviews fellow voice actors.
The 58th and most recent podcast featured a conversation with Nancy Cartwright .
Posted by Hannah Royal | Posted in Entertainment Guide | Posted on 11-09-2012
Many histories have been written about medical care during the American Civil War, but the participation and contributions of African Americans as nurses, surgeons and hospital workers has often been overlooked. Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries: African Americans in Civil War Medicine looks at the men and women who served as surgeons and nurses and how their service as medical providers challenged the prescribed notions of race and gender pushing the boundaries of the role of African Americans in America. Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries is currently traveling around the United States.
For the past year, a team of Indiana State University departments and community organizations have been working to bring this national exhibit and some accompanying programs to Terre Haute.
Posted by Hannah Royal | Posted in Entertainment Guide | Posted on 04-09-2012
What happens to a dream deferred?
Does it dry uplike a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore—And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over— like a syrupy sweet?
Maybe it just sags like a heavy load.
Or does it explode?
Langston Hughes, one of the leaders of the early 1900s Harlem Renaissance, pushed the black experience beyond segregation and discrimination—from the back of the bus to front of the anthologies. His poems are read and enjoyed in classrooms throughout the country to this day. So pervasi
Posted by Hannah Royal | Posted in Entertainment Guide | Posted on 28-08-2012
CLINTON — Where can you find authentic Italy and be welcomed as an “honorary Italian” during Labor Day weekend in the Wabash Valley? Only in Clinton can visitors find themselves taking a step back in time and enjoying a piece of history created by Italian immigrants. Clinton became the home of many Italian families and has maintained its roots since the town’s beginning.
The 47th Annual Little Italy Festival begins Friday with the parade kicking off at 6 p.m. The Italian vegetable cart is wheeled through town, signifying the beginning of the Labor Day festivities. The parade route begins on North Ninth Street and runs through town. See a g
Posted by Hannah Royal | Posted in Entertainment Guide | Posted on 22-08-2012
Jonas Brothers New York show sells out in minutesAug. 25, 2012, 2:24 PM ESTWENN
The Jonas Brothers have been left stunned by ticket sales for their upcoming Radio City Music Hall show in New York.
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Tickets for the trio’s first gig together in three years went on sale on Friday morning and sold out in minutes, prompting the siblings to take to the Internet and thank fans.
A statement from the group reads: “The energy and response from our fans has made us even more excited to get back on stage. This will be our first time performing at Radio City Music Hall.