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KickingTiresNissan officials readily admit they're one of the last automakers to offer a three-row crossover; it's something Honda and Toyota have peddled since the early 2000s. Through September, droves of Costco-hauling suburbanites have edged three-row midsize and...
Tags: Volkswagen, Chevrolet, Nissan, Infiniti, Vehicles
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticSang Yoon started the no-substitutions or modifications trope at Father's Office, I think, where he refused to serve his notorious hamburger without blue cheese or countenance ketchup on his fries. Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook turned it into an aesthetic at...
Maryland day trips: Winterfest of Lights in Ocean City, Thomas Jefferson Wine Festival in Va. and moreOcean City Winterfest of Lights Head to Ocean City for the opening weekend of the annual holiday lights extravaganza, which features a train ride through lighted holiday displays, including the 12 Days of Christmas. The event also has a heated...
Tags: China, Movies, Festive Events, Morgan Spurlock, India
Last year’s Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival opened with a gamble: a little-known French film with no box-office stars that was not only shot in black-and-white, but came with another layer of anachronistic provocation. It was a silent...
ReporterIt started as an idea between cousins... "We wanted to give the opportunity to independent film makers to get their films on screen," explains Mike Conner. ...And, months later, came together as an event. Says Rick Bowman, "I thought it'd be great...
Tribune reporterOne of the culinary minds behind the Michelin Star-winning restaurant, Vie, has announced plans to open not one, but, technically, two German-style restaurants in Chicago. The west suburban restaurant’s chef de cuisine, Nathan Sears, is pairing...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAt the Capitol Theater on Friday night, the South Dakota Film Festival celebrated the 20th anniversary of “Thunderheart,” a film that was shot almost entirely in South Dakota. The special guest was actor Graham Greene, who took part in a...
Some of the films at the South Dakota Film Festival have small budgets, but some have no budgets. “Bus 1107,” which has been voted the best family film showing this weekend, was put together through a barter arrangement with an Omaha bus...
Film producer Jane Rosenthal won't be able to attend the South Dakota Film Festival this weekend as scheduled because of a neck injury she suffered. Rosenthal is under doctor's orders not to fly, said Tom Black, one of the producers of the Aberdeen...
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pix11.com | @jamesfordtvA second rape in a New York City park in less than two weeks raises the question of safety in New York parks overall. In the latest case, the man accused of rape had been out from behind bars for a year after having served seven years for attacking...
Three of the 48 films that will be shown at this year’s South Dakota Film Festival were made by Aberdeen residents. The films of Brian Hoesing, Ezekial Richter and John Vogel will be represented at the event, which runs Thursday through Saturday....
organization: Dallas VideoFest date: Sept 27-30 address: DMA 1717 N Harwood Dallas, TX 75201 VideoFest is marking its 25th anniversary this September by returning to its roots, bringing the programming back to the Dallas Museum of Art. Five of the...
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