The “67th Annual Deutschburg Benefit Seafood Lunch and Dinner” will be held on Saturday, Jan… Read more
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“Hello Darlin’. Nice to see you. It’s been a long time.” Those who have missed the deep sultry voice of Conway Twitty twanging out those lyrics can find a similar sound with Glen Templeton, a rising star on the country-and-western music scene.
Luckenbach has a mystique that inspires songwriters to pen lyrics and music lovers to make pilgrimages. Crossroads residents needing more excuses than those to make the three-hour road trip are in luck.
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There are 9 million people living in Mexico City and only 45 emergency ambulances operated by the government. The densely populated capital city has been overrun by private ambulances competing for business, just like the one run by the Ochoa family in “Midnight Family” from director Luke Lo…
Sam Mendes, the director behind the James Bond films “Skyfall” and “Spectre,” took home an Oscar for his 1999 directorial debut “American Beauty.” 20 years later he’s poised to do it again with a film inspired by the World War I stories told by his grandfather. “1917” is an immersive experie…
Anyone who’s ever read Harper Lee’s “To Kill A Mockingbird” should appreciate the latest spin on racial injustice in the South from writer-director Destin Daniel Cretton (“Short Term 12”). Cretton adapts lawyer-turned-author Bryan Stevenson’s memoir “Just Mercy” with a talented cast deliveri…