By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Published 9:55 am CST, Thursday, January 3, 2019 Eric Byrd, an Our Lady of the Lake employee, performs as the dancing usher with DJ Quake (David Gamez) in the background at the Spurs game against the Lakers at the AT&T Center on December 12, 2014. Eric Byrd, an Our Lady of the Lake employee, performs as the dancing usher with DJ Quake (David Gamez) in the background at the Spurs game against the Lakers at the AT&T Center on December 12, 2014. Photo: TOM REEL Photo: TOM REEL Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Eric Byrd, an Our Lady of the Lake employee, performs as the dancing usher with DJ Quake (David Gamez) in the background at the Spurs game against the Lakers at the AT&T Center on December 12, 2014. Eric Byrd, an Our … [Read more...] about Spurs Sports & Entertainment announces job fair in search of part-time employees
Post the disappointing outings of ‘Kabali’ and ‘Kaala’, Rajinikanth is back on track with the stupendous success of his science-fiction thriller ‘2.0’. The Shankar Shanmugam directorial released to a rousing reception all over with fans and critics unanimously terming it as a cinematic marvel. Set to repeat the magic once again, the 68-year-old Superstar is coming on Pongal with his upcoming film ‘Petta’. The Telugu trailer has just been unveiled and Petta promises to be a power-packed entertainer with plenty of whistle-loud moments for Thalaivar fans. The 159-second video kicks off with the typical style of Rajini’s introduction over the years, walking into the light and revealing his face. Playing the role of a hostel warden with a dark & violent past, the veteran actor is back to his best in delivering powerful punch-lines and pulling off some crisp action-sequences which are evident in the trailer. Anirudh Ravichander has … [Read more...] about Petta Telugu Trailer: Mass Rajinikanth set to rock in this power-packed entertainer
THE devastated family of missing cruise ship entertainer Arron Hough, who fell overboard on Christmas Day, has shared a poignant image of him performing. As family pay tribute to their “superstar” relative, his sister, Emilie, has changed her Facebook cover photo to show her beloved brother dancing. Arron, 20, from Sunderland, was last seen on Christmas Day aboard the Harmony of the Seas – the second biggest liner on the planet – some 267 miles off Puerto Rico. It is still not known what happened to the young Brit who was spotted on CCTV at around 4am on Tuesday entering Deck 5 of the ship. Hundreds of messages of support have been posted on Emilie’s Facebook page, with friends calling him "truly special". And a relative, Rebecca Hough, praised Arron as the family’s “superstar” next to video footage of him performing on stage. The Sunderland community has also spoken of the entertainer’s talent and "beautiful soul". Residents have … [Read more...] about Arron Hough – Devastated family of missing cruise ship entertainer, 20, who fell overboard shares heartbreaking image of him performing
Today, Vikings fans, you should take a break from marinating in your hopeful angst to say thank you. That’s right: Thank the team that torments your soul. Today, the Vikings play another big game at the end of another fascinating season. If they lose, their record of futility in big moments will remain utterly the same. They will have won one playoff game since 2009, with that win having been deemed a miracle. They will be without a road playoff victory since 2004, and their stated ambition of winning a Super Bowl with this coach, this roster, this defense, will seem more far-fetched than it did even a year ago. There will be public discussions of the fitness of the general manager, coach and quarterback, and while changes will not be expected, the owners will have to start wondering, even if they won’t admit it. There is another way to look at this franchise. Call it the road less traveled. Here it is: Super Bowl or not, this franchise has been relentlessly interesting for … [Read more...] about Vikings always entertain fans, win or lose, so give thanks
They are fighting, yes, but the fight crackles with the enticing electricity that only Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn could deliver. He is storming out the door. She is throwing his golf clubs after him. The music is jaunty. He is charmingly irritated. Then he . he . he strides up to her, throws a fake punch in the air at her, opens his fist and shoves his palm into her face, slamming her onto the ground. She looks up at him with what appears to be mild exasperation. She rubs her injured neck. The rom-com musical score plays on. So begins 1940's "The Philadelphia Story": with a case of domestic assault played for laughs. Eight decades later, the movie is clearly two things: uneasy fare for a post-#metoo culture — and an enduring American classic. They exist throughout society's pop-culture canon, from movies to TV to music and beyond: pieces of work that have withstood time's passage but that contain actions, words and depictions about race, gender and sexual orientation that … [Read more...] about Old Favorites, Outdated Attitudes: Can Entertainment Expire?