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Friday, September 18, 2020

Arts & Entertainment

Gretel & Hansel

Last weekend, it was The Turning which has already reserved a spot on my list of the year's worst list. Now this week, we get...

HCT presents Holocaust survival story in Number the Stars

Inspired by true events, Number the Stars is a compelling drama set in German-occupied Denmark. It tells the story of two young sisters who plot...

The Turning

The Turning is another horror movie released in January and chances are, it'll be easily forgotten by the time anyone gets to the parking...

Bad Boys For Life

You could make the argument that the original Bad Boys was destined to be a buddy cop franchise. You could also make the argument that...

1917

1917 has been in limited release since Christmas and now it expands nationwide. It's already generated plenty of awards season buzz including a recent Golden...

Spies in Disguise

Spies in Disguise mostly succeeds due to its zippy chemistry between Will Smith and Tom Holland and the animation is also bright and energetic. The...

Cellist Guang Wang to perform at Rabun Gap on January 11

Renowned Cellist Guang Wang is coming to Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School on Saturday, January 11 for a community concert and master class. The master class will...

The Best of the 2010s

The 2010s have come and gone in the blink of an eye. It's hard to believe that another decade of film is once again...

The Best and Worst of 2019

Ad Astra. Booksmart. Rocketman. All great movies and yet they fell short of making my list of the year's 10 best films. Instead, we get Joaquin...

Local students celebrate Christmas on stage at Rabun Gap

Lower School students sing and play strings in the Christmas Showcase at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School. (RGNS) Students at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School performed Christmas Showcases to celebrate...

Uncut Gems

Nowadays, Adam Sandler's movies are ones I either cringe at or generally avoid altogether. He can be a truly talented actor when given the right...

Little Women

Little Women has been adapted and re-adapted many times over the years, ranging from the 1933 version with Katharine Hepburn to the 1994 version...
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