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  • Locally shot and produced BMX film 'Heroes of Dirt' to premiere in Allentown

    Locally shot and produced BMX film 'Heroes of Dirt' to premiere in Allentown
    After a bumpy six years, $175,000 and plenty of blood, sweat and tears, Eric Bugbee is ready to take a victory lap as his BMX film "Heroes of Dirt" has its world premiere Oct. 25 at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall.
  • Mystery hero meets man he rescued from burning home

    Mystery hero meets man he rescued from burning home
    The identity of the mystery man lauded as a hero for saving an elderly man from a burning home in Fresno over the weekend has been revealed. Until Monday, Thomas Artiaga's identity was unknown, but his heroic actions were seen by thousands of people...

    Revived Cairo Film Festival To Screen Previously Banned 'Wall of Heroism'

    The lineup and configuration of the revived Cairo Film Festival is starting to shape up with a mix international and Arab film, including the world premiere of "Wall of Heroism," by Mohamed Rady, a war pic shot in 1998 but never released for political...

    Broadway Review: Sting's 'The Last Ship'

    Sting lives up to his nickname, "the King of Pain," with "The Last Ship." Melancholy tones of sorrow and regret saturate this highly personal and intensely felt musical play, which is set in Wallsend, the industrial town in the north of England where...

    Wallenda's tightrope walk isn't heroic, it's dumb

    Wallenda's tightrope walk isn't heroic, it's dumb
    If everything goes as planned, a human being will spend part of Sunday evening walking a tightrope stretched between two Chicago high-rises. I, on the other hand, will spend part of Sunday evening stretched between two — or possibly three —...