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Jeff Lynne’s ELO impresses

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Jeff Lynne’s ELO impresses

Jeff Lynne’s ELO impresses Band delivers hit songs in a dazzling concert By Steve Metsch So it took 35 years for Jeff Lynne to bring his Electric Light Orchestra back on the road. It was well-worth the wait. Lynne and this version of his ELO band – which did not include any other original members…

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“Yellow Submarine” a treat

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“Yellow Submarine” a treat

“Yellow Submarine” a treat Fifty years later, restored movie is eye-popping fun By Steve Metsch It’s not often an animated movie released 50 years ago can pack ’em in. But that was the case  when a restored version of The Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine,” first released in 1968, was shown at selected movie theater around the…

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Cheap Trick, Poison shine

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Cheap Trick, Poison shine

Cheap Trick, Poison shine “Nothin’ But A Good Time” tour is just that  By Steve Metsch After an entertaining nine-song set by Pop Evil, a fan wearing a “Hall & Oates 2018” T-shirt asked me – maybe it was my Cheap Trick T-shirt? – why the band from Rockford would open for Poison. The pairing,…

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Video: autographing copies of The King’s Pawn book

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Video: autographing copies of The King’s Pawn book

Video: autographing copies of The King’s Pawn book Aaron Hanania autographs copies of his new Science Fiction book, “The King’s Pawn,” for fans who purchased the copies online. Get your copy today and enjoy an unusual, unique Science Fiction story from a high school junior who wrote the entire 60,000 words and 194 pages only…

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U2 rocks and preaches

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U2 rocks and preaches

U2 rocks and preaches Band gets messages across in dazzling concert By Steve Metsch When a band  has been a staple on radio stations for 38  years, its easy to phone it in. Play the big hits known by even the most casual of listeners, toss in two or three new songs, and call it…

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A good movie should be about entertainment

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A good movie should be about entertainment

A good movie should be about entertainment These days, movie reviewers judge films not by what the audience wants but rather by what they want. Oftentimes, those judgments are driven by issues that pander to social minorities and left-wing liberal preferences. Why can’t we judge films based solely on their entertainment value, rather than on…

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Users fleeing broken Office 365 online system

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Users fleeing broken Office 365 online system

Users fleeing broken Office 365 online system Microsoft abandon’s quality consumer products for high profits, forcing consumers to insert a blunt intravenous needle into their wallets so Microsoft can suck the money out of their lives. As their greed increases, the quality of their products sink, including with products that you can now only subscribe…

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Scaled-down works for “Weird Al”

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Scaled-down works for “Weird Al”

Scaled-down works for “Weird Al” Legendary song parody artist shines in laid-back performance By Steve Metsch When you think of “Weird Al” Yankovic, you may think of amusing videos, wild costumes and clever, often hilarious, lyrics that are parodies of hit songs. On Friday night, in the first of two shows at the Vic Theatre…

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Rosenkranz has the right prescription for a magical show

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Rosenkranz has the right prescription for a magical show

Rosenkranz has the right prescription for a magical show Physician Magician Dr. Ricardo Rosenkranz has right prescription for magical entertainment, now playing at The Royal George Theater By Aaron Hanania The Rosenkranz Mysteries is a magic show hosted by Physician Magician, Dr. Ricardo Rosenkranz. He is a physician who fell in love with magic at…

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