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  • Hozier is one of the year's breakout acts

    Hozier is one of the year's breakout acts
    In some respects, time hasn’t been on Hozier’s side recently. He was only in town three or four hours while performing at Lollapalooza, preventing him from checking out the Chicago blues that influenced him or seeing sights from “The Blues Brothers,” which he’d watch on repeat as a kid. Despite a willingness to participate in pretty much any skit while in studio to perform at “Saturday Night Live” (where he says Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd and Steven Spielberg were in attendance), there wasn’t time to make that happen.
  • Why 'Gracepoint' feels almost too good for network TV

    Why 'Gracepoint' feels almost too good for network TV
    If the new Fox drama “Gracepoint” looks too good to be on network TV, that’s because it’s stacked with the kind of talent you normally see only on cable. And the work here is so good it could help change the way networks do drama...

    'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria to speak at Macungie's Shoemaker school

    'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria to speak at Macungie's Shoemaker school
    An actor best known as the father in the ABC sitcom "The Wonder Years" will visit fifth-graders at Shoemaker Elementary School in Macungie next week. Dan Lauria, a star of Hollywood and Broadway, will meet with students at Shoemaker on Tuesday morning...

    ‘X-Men: Apocalypse': Bryan Singer to helm next mutant sequel

     
    Bryan Singer will direct “X-Men: Apocalypse” for Fox. Singer originally announced the project on Twitter last December; the movie will […]

    'This Is Where I Leave You' is a fractious family affair

    I can't think of a family I'd rather sit shiva with than the Altmans of "This Is Where I Leave You." They bury their father, Mort, pun no doubt intended, with the right mix of tears and unearthed resentments, and they take the blows life hands them...