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Tuesday, 09 June 2015 17:46

Triple Crown thoughts

A look at American Pharoah’s historic run

There’s nothing quite like bearing witness to sporting history – even if it’s a sport that you might not be all that invested in otherwise.

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 16:32

Revelations from a rivalry

‘The Secret of Golf: The Story of Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus’

“Every golfer has his own secret.” – Tom Watson

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 16:23

‘Spy’ flies high

Action comedy packed with laughs

We’ve reached the point where most of us can agree that Melissa McCarthy is pretty talented, right? Sure, there are going to be assorted contrarians and outliers who beg to differ, but for the majority of people, that statement is a relatively safe one.

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 16:22

Bro it goes – ‘Entourage’

Big-screen adaptation offers nothing new

In retrospect, it makes sense – a movie based on a television show about a movie star. It’s the sort of self-referential tail-swallowing for which Hollywood has always had a soft spot. Still, at the time, it was a bit surprising to hear that an “Entourage” movie had actually been made.

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 16:19

All the state’s a stage

A look at some of the region’s summer theater

After a seemingly unending winter, summer has finally arrived here in the state of Maine. And summer means all sorts of wonderfully warm activities. It’s a chance to spend time outside – and why wouldn’t we? The natural landscape that surrounds us is resplendent in its beauty.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 18:45

Weird National Briefs - (06/03/15)

Swinging for the fences

CLARE, Mich. - Authorities say a 17-year-old who was alone at his Michigan home chased off a naked intruder with a baseball bat.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 18:34

Celebrity Slam - (06/03/15)

Basketbrawl with Lil Wayne

We spend a lot of time heaping scorn and derision on famous people in this space. So much so that we sometimes lose sight of the fact that celebrities also use their fame and/or notoriety to help support good causes. Even the most jaded spotlight-seeker will occasionally use their powers for good instead of stupidity.

King thriller a tale of literary obsession gone too far

There’s a touch of the obsessive inherent to literary fandom. When a reader – particularly a young reader – first discovers an author whose writing truly speaks to them, their devotion to their newfound favorite often increases exponentially, growing in leaps and bounds at a rapid pace.

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 18:20

Red Sox Report Card – May 2015

It didn’t seem like it could get much worse. And then it did.

The 2015 season has been a sad slog for the Boston Red Sox thus far. After an April spent mired in mediocrity, they managed to perform even worse in the month of May. No team in the American League had fewer wins than the 10 put up by Boston over the past month.

Disaster movie offers big action, few surprises

Hollywood sure does love destroying stuff on a large scale. It seems like any action movie worth its salt has to feature a massive amount of property damage; sometimes a film will lay waste to whole cities or countries. Increasingly, that destruction has come at the hands of outside forces, be they supervillains or aliens or what have you. 

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