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Finally, the true 'Battle of North Street'
The National Stadium should be buzzing with excitement as St George's College (STGC) and Kingston College (KC) clash in a mouth-watering final of the Inter Secondary Schools Sports Association/Digicel ... read more
Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote Is Finally Coming to Theaters
After years and years of false starts, stops and near countless troubles, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is finally making its way to theaters in North America ... Gilliam is a true auteur and ... read more
Screen Media Nabs Terry Gilliam's Embattled 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote'
The decades-in-the-making passion project starring Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce is finally getting a North American theatrical release ... "Terry Gilliam is a true auteur and his latest film does no... read more
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Terry Gilliam’s Long-Delayed ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Acquired by Screen Media
U.S. audiences will finally get the chance to see Terry Gilliam’s long-delayed film “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” a passion project that has taken the director nearly two decades to get to the scr... read more
$12.5B Nebraska road map: I-80 six lanes west of Lincoln, South Beltway
"But the fact remains true ... 126th Street to 96th Street, additional lane. I-80 Westbound, Omaha: I-480 to 60th Street, additional lane. I-680 Northbound, Omaha: North of Center Street through ... read more
Dispatches from the front lines of the War on Christmas
I’ve found no equivalent this year, but the Wall Street Journal recently published a fascinating ... “superficial fractures of his little baby toesis.” Finally, we continue in 2018 to wage battle over ... read more
‘100 Nativities in the Vatican’ seeks to show true meaning of Christmas
“The nativity, in addition to being a beautiful cultural tradition transmitted [by] the genius of St. Francis of Assisi and spread throughout ... Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), was fin... read more
Mulholland Is Burning: How the Iconic Rock Store Survived the Woolsey Fire
But as with every small town—the population is under 13,000—there exists a core of old timers and older places that have stood for decades as the true ... St. Henry wasn't about to leave Malibu, and h... read more
Histories & Mysteries: Dawning of the 20th century brought fears of its own
By 1900, power lines were being strung between the U.S. and Canada via Niagara Falls and electric street railways were bringing electricity ... The “horseless carriage” was also on people’s minds. Whi... read more
The partisan warrior
Approached after a speech to a conservative group in St. Louis, he said: “I don’t want to talk to you. I don’t even want you here.” America may not survive this battle over its values ... stationed at ... read more