Month: April 2017

These teachers waited in line nearly 24 hours to be first for 'Hamilton' L.A. tickets

Teachers from a Pacoima middle school camp overnight and are first to score seats for the musical’s national tour, but only after a little drama in the ticket line. Source: Entertainment

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'How to Be A Latin Lover' overperforms as 'Fate' crosses $1 billion

It’s no secret that Universal’s “The Fate of the Furious” cannot be stopped at the box office. With $19.4 million this weekend, the eighth installment of the “Fast and Furious” franchise has grossed $192.7 million domestically to date. On the international front, the picture crossed the billion-dollar… Source: Entertainment

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Stagecoach 2017: Willie Nelson 'Still Not Dead' and glad to celebrate his 84th birthday with fans

Willie Nelson was the very essence of “chill” ahead of his spotlight performance Saturday night, despite the fact that he’d soon be taking the stage at the world’s biggest country music festival, in front of a few thousand rabid fans, a new album just released and on his 84th birthday no less. … Source: Entertainment

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Nearly 60 and Frustrated

Hi everyone, Hoping to get some tips and advice and maybe the motivation i need to do something about my overall weight and fitness situation. Regards John Source: Weight loss

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10,000 Challenge!!!

I did a challenge like this for myself a while back and thought maybe it could be fun . You can count yourself (might be a pain though lol) or if you have a tedometer you can use it. The callenge is to walk 10,000 steps a day! I know it's a little late in […]

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~Pedometer Buddies~

~Pedometer Buddies Wanted!~ Walkin' It Off! ~~~~~~~ The Goal: Let's get moving together! I know for me, having to be accountable to others will keep me on track. Start Date: ASAP – If you don't have a Pedometer, you can get one anywhere. Mine is a "Walking Advantage SportLine" {got it at Academy for $19.99} […]

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Stagecoach 2017: 'I'm not shying away from anything,' Rhiannon Giddens says of her music

In what was one of the most moving performances at the 2017 Stagecoach country music festival, singer-songwriter Rhiannon Giddens employed a carrot and just a little bit of the stick when explaining her music. “We’re all beautiful people,” she said with a broad smile, introducing folk singer Richard… Source: Entertainment

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Exclusive: Doors drummer John Densmore on 'Chasing Trane' and the price musicians pay chasing their art

John Densmore, founding member of the Doors, will participate in a question-and-answer session on Sunday following a screening at the Arclight in Hollywood of director John Scheinfeld’s new documentary “Chasing Trane,” tracking the life and career of influential jazz saxophonist John Coltrane. … Source: Entertainment

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Tribeca Film Festival: Five new VR projects you need to know

Hillary Clinton had come to talk about elephants. But she reserved some enthusiasm for a brewing technological revolution too. “This virtual reality experience you’re providing is so critical because it’s a portal — a portal you can go into,” she said. Clinton was speaking on a panel at a Tribeca… Source: Entertainment

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A gold-plated healthcare plan lies at the center of a dispute between writers and major studios

When Hollywood writers went on strike in 1973, they were agitating for something new — the creation of a health plan that would offer comprehensive coverage for its guild members. Since then, the writers’ insurance plan has grown to become one of the most envied in Hollywood. Members don’t pay… Source: Entertainment

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