Working with the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, the oral history project StoryCorps is on a mission to record at least one story honoring each of the victims of the attacks on the World Trade Center that occurred on February 26, 1993 and on September 11, 2001.
Of the four movies that open this week, one features two Oscar-winners, another highlights crazy stunts, the third continues a popular film franchise, and the last is just in time for a spoof-worthy political season.
Wade Michael Page, the shooter in Sunday’s massacre at a Wisconsin Sikh temple, was originally thought to have been gunned down by police — but new evidence is emerging that indicates he, like many other spree killers before him, actually took his own life.
Being a hero has a price — and sometimes, an actual monetary price. That’s what a Vancouver, WA lifeguard found out last month when he saved a young boy from drowning and later got a bill for his efforts.
With much of the country in the middle of a nasty heat wave, the air-conditioned comfort of a cineplex might be just what you need — and the two flicks opening in wide release this weekend will keep both adults and kids happy.
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