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Friday , September 17 2021

Entertainment

MaceSprings conducts ‘Battle of the Titans’

Area 19 Annual Speech Contest on Feb 12 KUWAIT CITY, Feb 11: When such an event as the Annual Speech Club Contest of MaceSprings Toastmasters …

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Pentatonix sound cool

This cover mage released by RCA Records shows ‘The Lucky Ones’ by Pentatonix. (AP) Pentatonix, “The Lucky Ones” (RCA Records) There’s a new Pentatonix album, …

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Rahim breaks out in ‘The Mauritanian

Guantanamo drama takes sympathetic look at a Muslim man Kevin Macdonald was going to turn down directing “The Mauritanian.” He’d read Mohamedou Ould Slahi’s best-selling …

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Danish crime show turns lurid procedural trend on its head

‘The Investigation’ is a moody, meditative and patient show The 2017 murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall had all the gruesome elements of a modern …

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A psychological horror in ‘Saint Maud’

Religion and horror are hardly novel bedfellows, but writer-director Rose Glass crafts something fresh of the construct in her promising debut “Saint Maud.” The film …

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Carrington is the ‘Black Girl Magic’

Terri Lyne Carrington is just 11 years old and hanging backstage at a concert hall with her friend “Ella” – that’s Ella Fitzgerald to us …

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‘Sound of Music’ star Plummer dies

The oldest Academy Award acting winner in history NEW YORK, Feb 6, (AP): Christopher Plummer, the dashing award-winning actor who played Captain von Trapp in …

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One tweet from Rihanna on farmer protests gets India incensed

Indian celebs, sports stars tweet #IndiaAgainstPropaganda and #IndiaTogether NEW DELHI, Feb 4, (AP): It took just one tweet from Rihanna to anger the Indian government …

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‘CODA,’ ‘Summer’ win Sundance Awards

LOS ANGELES, Feb 3, (AP): Questlove accepted his documentary grand jury prize and audience award from his car on the way to work and “CODA” …

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Movie’s human-rights focus resonates now

SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Feb 2, (AP): As an independent filmmaker from a country without an established film industry, Bosnia’s Jasmila Zbanic said she is used to …

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