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Arts & Ent. Features | July 23, 2016
More love in this ‘Shrew’
A preview audience took in the Shakespeare classic, “Taming of the Shrew” Preston Park-style on Thursday evening.
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Butler Eagle Online Movie Reviews | July 23, 2016
‘Star Trek Beyond’ is a fun reboot
“Things have started to feel a little episodic,” acknowledges the commander of the USS Enterprise in his famous captain’s log, three long years into a five-year 23rd century gig.
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Butler Eagle Online Arts & Ent. Features | July 23, 2016
Gwen Stefani gets back on tour
Gwen Stefani says she was onstage a couple of months ago, struggling to get her bearings with a new band and new music in front of a stadium of people, when she had an epiphany.
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Arts & Ent. Features | July 20, 2016
Roger Ailes seems close to departing Fox News
NEW YORK-Roger Ailes appears to be close to leaving his post as chairman and chief executive of Fox News in the wake of sexual harassment charges made against him.
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Butler Eagle Online Arts & Ent. Features | July 19, 2016
Swift’s image takes hit during rough month
NEW YORK — Taylor Swift probably wishes she could time travel back to “1989” after the month she’s having.
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Arts & Ent. Features | July 18, 2016
‘Ghostbusters’ has a lukewarm debut
NEW YORK — After months of prerelease debate, Sony’s female-led “Ghostbusters” reboot arrived in theaters as neither a massive success nor the bomb some predicted, as the much-scrutinized film opened with an estimated $46 million in North American theaters, second to the holdover hit “The Secret Life of Pets.”
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July 23, 2016
The Scorpion of summer is chasing Mars
The Butler area is a great place to spend the summer for the most part, but for stargazing it's too bad that we don't live a little farther south.
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