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Buster Keaton And Fritz Lang

The Heritage House Arts & Civic Center on Jenkins Rd. has long been a local destination for lovers of classic films. And this week, they have two celluloid presentations sure to delight filmgoers. It kicks off this Thursday with a Buster Keaton ...



Are you ready for a girl’s night out unlike anything you’ve experienced before?  Fresh off the success of her best-selling “Girl, Wash Your Face”, author, mama of four, CEO and founder of popular “The Chic Site” blog, Rachel Hollis’ is taking the ... more

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Twenty years ago, an unusual film hit theaters produced and directed by a pair of brothers who had made a name for themselves with odd, character-driven films filled with unusual people and situations. But not even the Coen Brothers could have ... more

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At once gritty, whimsical and highly theatrical, Across the Universe is a groundbreaking movie musical, springing from the imagination of renowned director Julie Taymor that brings together an original story and 30 revised and reimagined ... more

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Longtime readers of The Pulse will have picked up on the not-so-subtle fact that we are really big fans of Japanese animation, known as anime. Part of the love is the animation itself. Animation houses such as Studio Ghibli have been creating ... more

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Tom Hanks turned 62 this week, and in over four decades of work on the large and small screen has produced a body of work that is as solid as any actor in history. He has won the Academy Award for Best Actor for Philadelphia and Forrest Gump, and ... more

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