It’s cuffing season, and for most of us that means soaking in the warmth of cinema’s great romances because the warmth of, *ahem*, actual love is unattainable.
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On the first episode of Double Feature, arts reporters Chris Forrester and Annie Aguiar are talking about the legacies of “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “The Dark Knight” as they celebrate big birthdays. “2001” released in 1968. “The Dark Knight” released in 2008. Both were screened in 70mm IMAX last weekend at the Indiana State Museum.
Ask Secret Mezzanine who they want to sound like, and they’ll tell you: like no one else.
Big Red Liquors launched its own app Aug. 20 with on-demand alcohol delivery and mobile ordering for in-store pick up, according to a press release. The app is free and available for iOS and Android.
Will Eltzroth knows how to usher.
With the holidays upon us, it’s time to be grateful for what really matters: the memes that have blessed us throughout 2017.
He grins in most of the photos. Of the 119 in the slideshow played at his vigil, he is smiling wide: rock climbing, at restaurants with family, trying on silly hats in a store with friends, riding on the back of an elephant and throwing a peace sign in the air.
The queen sat in the shade, her throne a blue metal folding chair, her scepter a Fritos bag filled with cheese, beef and other taco fixings.
Tricolor inflatable slides, live music and free food drew visitors to Dunn Meadow on Wednesday for a fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey relief.
It was a quote from the New York Times’ obituary of Alfred Kinsey that made Dr. William Yarber stop and think.
In a room of 12 college students, at least one has planned his or her own death.
A starry sky, twilight and a partly covered sun will greet students walking to their classes at 2:25 p.m. the first day of the fall semester, Aug. 21, as the first total solar eclipse in the United States since 1979 occurs over their heads.