Well this is the week we say goodbye to those people who shaped the radio/television/entertainment business. Below is only a partial list of those we lost this year. Our thoughts and prayers are with their families.
This probably won’t identify with most, but that’s okay. It’s not about identifying with people, unless you are told by your boss that it is. I’m really hoping he doesn’t read this.
New in theaters this week, we have The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug which is Director Peter Jackson’s latest journey into the fictional Middle Earth.
Selecting a wine is not always as easy as choosing beer. It can be intimidating.
New in theaters this week is Catching Fire the second in the popular Hunger Games series.
The 31-year-old singer said Tuesday on Twitter that she and husband Brandon Blackstock are expecting their first child together.
The South by Southwest Music Festival has added hundreds of more performers for 2014. The six-day conference takes over downtown Austin in March.
The Moscow Ballet has been performing in more than 60 cities across North America for 20 years. This weekend they are performing the Great Russian Nutcracker at the McFarlin Auditorium at SMU.
New in theaters this week is The Book Thief, based on the Markus Zusak novel of the same name. It stars Geoffrey Rush and Emily Watson as a couple who adopt a young girl at the onset of World War II.
Chris Hemsworth once again stars as the hammer-throwing god, but watch out for Lady Sif, too. She is played by Jaimie Alexander, who hails from Grapevine, Texas!
Fort Worth’s unveiling of Sundance Plaza followed a frenzied, around the clock construction effort to finish on deadline.
New in theaters this week is a film that’s already getting tons of Oscar buzz. It’s called 12 Years a Slave, and is based on the true story of Solomon Northup, a free man who was kidnapped and sold-into slavery.