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  • Community News for Windsor Locks edition

    Knights of Columbus raise funds for Food Pantry WINDSOR LOCKS - Kevin Dwelley, Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus of Windsor Locks presented the Town of Windsor Locks Social Services Manager Christina Morra-Tiu with 2 checks from dinners that they...
  • ‘Jurassic World’ is open at last, but safety isn’t guaranteed

     
    In Universal's upcoming 3-D adventure “Jurassic World,” the globe's most unique theme park has added some exciting new attractions, including […]...
  • ‘Jurassic World': Chris Pratt and his velociraptors face off against Indominus rex

     
    In a new trailer for “Jurassic World,” the fates of 20,000 trapped tourists rest in the claws of Chris Pratt's […]...
  • CinemaCon: Clint Eastwood on why 'American Sniper' was so big

    CinemaCon: Clint Eastwood on why 'American Sniper' was so big
    Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" grossed more at the domestic box office than any other film released last year — nearly $350 million. Hollywood was stunned by the success of the film, given that it was an adult-oriented, R-rated war drama and...
  • Chris Pratt hunts Indominus Rex in new 'Jurassic World' trailer

    Chris Pratt hunts Indominus Rex in new 'Jurassic World' trailer
    Universal has released the full-length trailer for "Jurassic World," two months ahead of its June 12 launch. The trailer for the fourth film in the Jurassic Park franchise, narrated by Chris Pratt's character, sets up the premise that the owners of...
  • Cannes 2015: Guillermo del Toro, Jake Gyllenhaal among jury members

    Cannes 2015: Guillermo del Toro, Jake Gyllenhaal among jury members
    Guillermo del Toro and Jake Gyllenhaal will be among the diverse members of the Cannes competition jury when the prestigious film festival gets underway next month. The jury is typically an eclectic mix of creators and performers, and this year’...
  • Mark Wahlberg, CBS making Boston Marathon bombing film 'Patriots' Day'

    Mark Wahlberg, CBS making Boston Marathon bombing film 'Patriots' Day'
    Mark Wahlberg and CBS Films are teaming to make "Patriots' Day," a feature film chronicling the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and the ensuing manhunt for the perpetrators, the studio announced Tuesday. The film will be based on the firsthand account of...
  • Survivor of 1972 Munich massacre to speak in Boca Raton

    Survivor of 1972 Munich massacre to speak in Boca Raton
    Steven Spielberg filmed a version of the events that shook the world, but Dan Alon lived the real story. The 1972 Munich Olympics massacre — depicted by Spielberg in the 2005 political thriller "Munich" — is considered one of the first times...
  • How Rihanna faced her fear of sharks in Florida

    How Rihanna faced her fear of sharks in Florida
    Rihanna is facing her childhood fear of sharks. The pop star dove into a tank with three 8-foot-long tiger sharks at The Florida Aquarium during a photo shoot for March's cover of Harper's Bazaar magazine. Aquarium spokeswoman Katherine Claytor said...
  • College degree unneeded for political success

    College degree unneeded for political success
    Americans care too little about education and too much about diplomas. Here in Springfield, we extol the virtues of Abraham Lincoln, our state's native son, who despite having little formal schooling was able to teach himself. This nation has never...
  • Allen C. Guelzo: 150th anniversary of 13th Amendment slips past us

    Allen C. Guelzo: 150th anniversary of 13th Amendment slips past us
    As the 150th anniversary of the Civil War winds down toward its conclusion this spring, it's difficult not to look back on the four years of this sesquicentennial and wonder why it all seemed so lackluster. Unlike the centennial in 1961-65, Congress...