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It’s an outdoor venue, but rain or shine, the event is set to take place at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 at Lock 3, 200 S. Main St. in Akron.
The new film “When the Game Stands Tall,” chronicles the true story of Coach Ladouceur and his leadership style that led a high school football team to the greatest winning streak in American sports history.
Awards in other acting, writing and directing categories will be given at the Aug. 25 ceremony airing on NBC. Janney has a shot at another Emmy for her role in the CBS sitcom “Mom.”
Anytime a film is based on true events, it comes with a certain amount of pressure to stay true to the story. Not only did Carter have coaches and players to lean on, but the author of the book
Kevin Parker, a trainee whose 4th year of being in the Summer Dance Intensive, feels as though this program is a safe space with constant support, a home away from home.
Taking on the role of James Brown is “42” star Chadwick Boseman who has some pretty big dancing shoes to fill. Not only does Boseman fill them, but his cup runneth over.
Cleveland Native Daryl Waters leads After Midnight.
As a cadre of kind-hearted scientists trek their way to beg Caesar to allow them to work on a broken-down hydraulic power-plant, unaccosted by untrusting primates
Despite his youth, Tucker has plenty of experience performing. He previously participated in “Ohio Idol,” a regional version of the national competition, which gave him a pass to move to the front of the line at the Capital University audition.
The O’Jays have spent more than 40 years producing hits and entertaining audiences with their soulful singing and incredible stage presence, and include original members Eddie Levert, Sr. and Walter Williams, Sr. with a great young dynamic vocalist Eric Nolan ...
You know, I’ve never had a heckler. I’ve always felt like, when you love on that audience, that audience is going to love back on you. So, when someone gets out of line,
After taking on projects that are so large in scope, returning to the touring circuit with his band in a small group setting can be a challenge, Blanchard said.
His biggest hits of the Eighties, “I Wish He Didn’t Trust Me So Much” and “(No Matter How High I Get) I’ll Still Be Lookin’ Up to You,” both made it to Number Two at mid-decade.
While incarcerated, Cry met LAD who ran a label out in Los Angeles but was serving time in Ohio.