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  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast, For release 04/07/15 for 04/07/15

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Clarke Peters was born in New York City today in 1952. This birthday guy starred as Albert Lambreaux on "Treme" and Det. Lester Freamon on "The Wire." He played recurring roles on "The Divide" and "Person Of Interest," as well as appearing on episodes of "Death In Paradise," "Blue Bloods" and "Memphis Beat." Peters' film work includes "The Best of Me," "John Wick" and "Red Hook Summer."
  • Film Review: 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus'

    Although Spike Lee has made it clear from the start that his Kickstarter-funded "blood addiction" drama "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" isn't a remake of 1972's blaxploitation "Blacula," it turns out that the closely guarded project is in fact a remake -- at...

    Bruce Hornsby's Portsmouth show will include lots of improv and patches of bluegrass

    Bruce Hornsby's Portsmouth show will include lots of improv and patches of bluegrass
    On the new bluegrass live album by Bruce Hornsby and Ricky Skaggs, near the end of the tune "Toy Heart," Hornsby takes a rollicking solo piano break that connects ragtime and gospel with the high, lonesome sound of Appalachian string-band music. When...

    Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers to play Portsmouth in August

    Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers to play Portsmouth in August
    Williamsburg's Bruce Hornsby hasn't been a stranger to local audiences recently. I've seen him show up and jam with both Jackson Browne and Rosanne Cash at area gigs. Last summer, he played a headlining gig at OpSail in Norfolk. Now, he's coming back...

    In 'Oldboy' trailer, Spike Lee gets deliciously genre-y

    In 'Oldboy' trailer, Spike Lee gets deliciously genre-y
    Revenge tales don’t come more hard-boiled than Chan-wook Park’s “Old Boy.” Unless, perhaps, it’s Spike Lee’s “Oldboy,” the 2013 remake of the Cannes-decorated 2003 hit. At least that’s how it seems...