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Letterman Bids Farewell Tonight

posted by Angela Guzman

It’s David Lettman’s last episode interviewing, so what do you do? Well have his first guest, ever, Bill Murray pop out of a cake – of course!

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Murray appeared on the first late night show back in 1982 on NBC and again in 1993 when the show moved to CBS. The ending of the 33-year-old show will also be a final farewell to those who have helped produced and script the successful late night show. Many of those people have worked with Letterman for over 20 years.

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The New York Times spoke with the cast and asked them to summarize the many years of experience they all shared. Barbara Gaines, an executive producer, said with emotions, “Crazy people find each other?” The relentless humor along with the farewells will surely be felt throughout the cast and Letterman.

From Tina Fey to Jennifer Lawrence and from George Clooney to Julia Roberts – the great Late Night Show host has interviewed some of the greatest figures we know. In an interview on Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley, Letterman was adamant that he would not be returning to television anytime soon. I think it’s safe to say, that we all hope he revisits that idea.

In case you’re feeling nostalgic, here’s a series of Bill Murray and Letterman clips to brighten your mood.

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Finding Neverland – On a Stage!

posted by Sharon Kirk

Calling all fans of Lost Boys!
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You loved Finding Neverland with Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, right? The film about J.M. Barrie in 2004 is back – in the form of a Broadway musical!

Matthew Morrison peps things up a bit – a lá Glee – and tells us, as promised, the story of “how Peter became Pan”, with music and dance!

And Kelsey Grammar as Captain Hook? Yes, please!

The production debuted at the at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in NYC in April.

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Blues Guitarist B.B. King Dead at 89

posted by Corine Gatti

Legendary blues guitarist B.B. King died Thursday night at the age of 89 in a Las Vegas hospital. King was the son of a sharecropper, and was born on a plantation in Mississippi. He worked his way up from singing in church, performing on street corners to influencing musicians like Ringo Star, Brad Paisley, and moved blues to a mainstream audience.

King recorded his first song in 1949, and celebrated the first hit with the release of Three O’Clock Blues in 1952.

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“Blues means what milk does to a baby,” he said. “Blues is what the spirit is to the minister. We sing the blues because our hearts have been hurt, our souls have been disturbed.”

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‘Where Hope Grows’ is a Much Watch

posted by Corine Gatti

Kristoffer Polaha stars as a baseball slugger with Detroit Tigers who was forced to retire early due to panic attacks at the plate. Calvin Campbell struggles with alcoholism, depression, and battles his demons of a failed career.  But his life will change after meeting Produce (David DeSanctis) who works at a local market and has Down syndrome. Produce challenges Campbell to think outside him, embrace the future of possibilities, and to grow up in “Where Hope Grows.” Don’t miss it.

 

Where Hope Grows is Heartland Film Festival Audience Choice Award winner is capturing the hearts and minds of audiences across the country with more than 10.4 million trailer views to date.

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Letterman Bids Farewell Tonight
It's David Lettman's last episode interviewing, so what do you do? Well have his first guest, ever, Bill Murray pop out of a cake - of course! [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YW8MY9CD-tQ[/youtube] Murray appeared on the first late ...

posted 9:03:34am May. 20, 2015 | read full post »

Finding Neverland - On a Stage!
Calling all fans of Lost Boys!             You loved Finding Neverland with Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, right? The film about J.M. Barrie in 2004 is back - in the form of a Broadway ...

posted 12:53:47pm May. 19, 2015 | read full post »

Blues Guitarist B.B. King Dead at 89
Legendary blues guitarist B.B. King died Thursday night at the age of 89 in a Las Vegas hospital. King was the son of a sharecropper, and was born on a plantation in Mississippi. He worked his way up from singing in church, performing on street ...

posted 9:27:21am May. 15, 2015 | read full post »

'Where Hope Grows' is a Much Watch
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-L10tIzZZrA Kristoffer Polaha stars as a baseball slugger with Detroit Tigers who was forced to retire early due to panic attacks at the plate. Calvin Campbell struggles with alcoholism, depression, and battles ...

posted 8:58:33am May. 15, 2015 | read full post »

One Good Fella
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKjent3fFcs Jersey Girl, the Body Guard, and Goodfellas--Mike Starr always plays a wise guy. The graduate of Hofstra University’s latest role is the comedy Dancer and the Dame, a film about a police officer ...

posted 12:13:10pm May. 14, 2015 | read full post »

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