Many people spend decades dreaming of the things they will do upon retirement. Traveling. Volunteering. Picking up a new hobby. Going back to college and earning a degree doesn’t usually enter their minds.

Ron Howard is known for his career as an actor in shows like “The Andy Griffith Show” and “Happy Days,” as well as his respectable resumé as director of terrific films like “Splash,” “Apollo 13” and underrated gems like “The Paper” and “Rush.” However, he’s also responsible for compelling do…

In 1982 the Grizzly River Boys were a part of the Opryland USA theme park in Nashville, Tennessee. Later, the group became known as the Tennessee River Boys. With Ty Herndon, these groups next transformed into the Diamond Rio band.

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The pandemic’s effect on moviegoing is a minor inconvenience when compared to a tanking economy, catastrophic unemployment, and — worst of all — people getting sick and dying. That being said, one of the things I miss most about pre-COVID life is sitting in a dark room with a bunch of strang…

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Exile, whose 1978 song “Kiss You All Over” sold five million copies, will be opening the concert season this weekend at the Mill Town Music Hall in Bremen.

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The West Georgia Technical College Foundation has announced that long-time country music favorite Sawyer Brown will perform at its annual Black Tie & Boots concert October 2, 2020. The Foundation will host this year’s event outdoors at Buffalo Creek Technology Park — the site of the new …

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You might not recognize Danny Trejo by name, but I can almost certainly guarantee you know his face. The prolific, 76-year-old actor has nearly 400 film and television credits to his name and has worked with superstars like Robert De Niro, Charles Bronson, Antonio Banderas, Mel Gibson, Georg…

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Political satire is hard under ordinary circumstances, so it’s darn near impossible in our current bonkers climate. Anything that seems heightened or outlandish is almost instantly outdated because of our government’s real-world insanity.

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Prolific director Spike Lee has made — by my count — at least three masterpieces (“Do the Right Thing,” “Malcolm X” and “25th Hour”), several movies that are “merely” great, and more than a few stinkers.

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After Gabrielle Beteag’s final voice exam at the University of West Georgia, she was approached by a nationally acclaimed operatic soprano — who happened to be then-UWG First Lady, Dr. Jane Redding Marrero — inquiring about her next steps.

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The subject matter found in “The King of Staten Island,” Judd Apatow’s latest film, doesn’t really stretch him artistically — he’s still making movies about emotionally stunted adults who refuse to grow up — but the way he approaches the material proves he still has something to prove as a f…