Category Archives: Classic Photography

UCLA: UCLA Film and Television Archives Welcome Audiences Again For In-Person Screenings

The free fall programs at the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum run from November 12 to December 18. This fall, the archives of UCLA Film & Television are opening its theater doors featuring a range of new and classic titles from around the world, including recent restorations, rare TV treasures and filmmaker tributes, […]

Buffalo Clinic shooting suspect charged with 1st degree murder

BUFFALO – Wright County Grand Jury Indicted Gregory Ulrich on one charge of premeditated 1st degree murder and four counts of attempted premeditated 1st degree murder following the February shooting at a Buffalo clinic. Ulrich, 68, is accused of entering the Allina clinic on February 9, 2021 and opening fire, killing Lindsay Overbay and injuring […]

The bourgeois pig hosts the burlesque show “Hollywood Horror” this Friday and Saturday

Spooky Season is in full force and Keyhole peepshow and The bourgeois pig team up to give Casper a full weekend of sexy, sassy, ​​and dirty villainy in the form of “Hollywood Horror.” On Friday and Saturday evenings, Keyhole Peepshow offers a show guaranteed to thrill, relax and fill you up. It will feature burlesque, […]

Great Colors, Big Fears on Clark County Independent Movie Screens in October

Remember the good old Renaissance, when dogma gave way to progress, when ignorance gave way to great science and art? Um, maybe not. Some might argue that we are going backwards – look no further than the Delta variant and “Hot Tub Time Machine 2” – but you can enjoy a dose of true grandeur […]

Best Things to Do in Dallas October 6-12 | Dallas Watcher

Wednesday October 6 Angelika Film Center presents HitchcocktoberEvery Wednesday in October, Angelika Film Center Dallas and Plano will screen a classic Alfred Hitchcock film as part of its annual event, Hitchcocktober, celebrating the filmmaker. This week catch the 1954 classic Rear window, with Jimmy Stewart and based on a short story called “It Had to […]

12 gifts photographers will love

Which gift for photographers is the best? If you’re trying to pick the perfect gift for a photographer, it can get intimidating quickly. Between professional equipment, artistic accessories and unusual novelties, hundreds of photo gift ideas are available. Choosing from a list of photo-inspired gift ideas can help you narrow your search to quality, unique, […]

Bartlesville Radio »News» Tackett’s Win Ultimate Giveaway at KWON Wedding Show

A Dewey couple won an ultimate wedding gift from Sand Creek Bridal at the KWON-KYFM-KRIG-KPGM Celebration and Wedding Ceremony this weekend at the location of the Timber Oaks event. Amy Warehime of Sand Creek Bridal said Luke and Amanda Tackett won the ultimate wedding gift on Sunday afternoon. She lists what the Tackett’s have won: […]

Chalk Festival artists announced |

Twenty musicians will perform at the Kerrville Chalk Festival. On both days starting at 10:30 a.m., this eclectic mix of musicians will perform for attendees on Saturday October 16 and Sunday October 17. From traditional world music, fun family folk, modern twists to favorite classics, and the tapping of the Texas Country feet, the festival’s […]

Spencertown Academy Book Festival Offers Virtual Author Lectures, Book Sale | Berkshire landscapes

CHATHAM, NY – Former UN worker Jill Kalotay loves books. The same goes for the 2,000 people and volunteers who attend the Spencertown Academy Arts Center annual conference. Book Festival. Too many for the current climate, the 16th festival will spend a second year online. If you are going to Spencertown Academy Arts Center 2021 […]