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3 Door Down at Pipelines Cafe

3 Doors Down had great performances April 5 and 6 at Pipeline Cafe, where more than 1,500 fans crowded to see them play. “Last night was a great show,” said Kurtis Winger, who is part of the production crew at Pipeline. “They did a good job.”Doors opened at 6 p.m. for the line of people waiting outside Pipeline Cafe. At 7, No Bare Feet, a local band, opened for 3 Doors Down. No Bare Feet dedicated a song, called “Take It Back,” to service men and women who had recently returned from Afghanistan, and presented two U.S. flags to people in the crowd to wave in honor of the men and women who served our country.

   

Boogey Man - Threat still potent

The fabled “Boogey Man,” used to scare children for as long as anyone can remember. Now it is brought to life by producers Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert and director Stephen Kay, the same team that produced the American The Grudge.

   

Amityville Horror: A true story?

On April 15, 2005, a remake of the haunted house horror film, The Amityville Horror, was released in theaters. While the movie was promoted as a true story, the film did more to sensationalize the events rather than document them.

   

Norse gods come alive

Snorre Sturlasson,1179-1241, was a wealthy king, historian, and poet who lived in Iceland at the end of the Viking era. He grew up hearing tales of ancient gods and kings, and recorded them later in his life. The most important of his works is the Edda, which is the story of the gods, the Aesir.

   

Sin City "comic book with steroids" - Ebert

Sin City is film about a town filled with criminals, crooked cops, sexy dames, and dirty politicians, all searching for vengeance, redemption, or both. The film incorporates storylines from three graphic novels, Sin City, That Yellow Bastard, and The Big Kill, all written and illustrated by Frank Miller and brought to life on screen by Director/Producer, Robert Rodriguez.

   
   

 

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