Pennsylvania Ballet Presents George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker This Holiday

Pennsylvania Ballet’s Sensory-Friendly Performance of The Nutcracker Provides a True Holiday GiftIt is time for you and your children to immerse yourselves in sugar plum fairies, the land of the sweets, and other delights, with the return of a favorite holiday tradition, The Pennsylvania Ballet’s memorable presentation of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker. The Pennsylvania Ballet […]

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December 11 In Pop Culture History

December 11 in Pop Culture History Babies born today were probably conceived on Saint Patrick’s Day. 1769 – Venetian Blinds were patented in London by Edward Bevan in England. 1844 – Dr. Horace Wells became the first person to have a tooth extracted after receiving an anesthetic (Nitrous Oxide) for the dental procedure, by Dr. […]

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Five Outrageous Ways People Have Used to Get their Resume Noticed

In a tough job market, people will go to some strange lengths to get their resume noticed. While job seekers need to do whatever it takes to get notices, they need to remember that they are still applying for a position in a professional organization. Unless you are seeking a job in a creative field […]

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December 10 in Pop Culture History

December 10 in Pop Culture History 1033 (Earthquake) Ramala (West Bank) 1478 – Arte dell’Abbaco (‘The Art of the Abacus’), the first teaching math book, was printed and distributed in Treviso, Italy. Author unknown. 1845 – British engineer Robert Thompson patented the first pneumatic (air pressured) tires. 1869 – Montana granted women the right to […]

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The Comeback And History Of Christmas Kissing Balls

(PCM) Not to be confused with hanging a mistletoe, Christmas Kissing Balls are medium to large size bunches of evergreens, holly and herbs placed in a spherical shape and hung in the doorways of a home. Some people may add pieces of mistletoe to them as well, as a more recognizable symbol to urge those that […]

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The Loudwire Music Awards 2017

 OCTOBER 26, 2017 AVENGED SEVENFOLD, STONE SOUR and IRON MAIDEN WIN BIG AT THE FIRST-EVER LOUDWIRE MUSIC AWARDS AWARD SHOW AND LIVE CONCERT FEATURED PERFORMANCES FROM AVENGED SEVENFOLD, IN THIS MOMENT, ANTHRAX, HALESTORM, BODY COUNT, NOTHING MORE, STARSET AND POWER TRIP SPECIAL COLLABORATIONS OF THE NIGHT FEATURED MEGADETH’s DAVE MUSTAINE,… Continue reading

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December 9 In Pop Culture History

December 9 in Pop Culture History 1884 – The US patent (#308990) for ball-bearing roller skates, was issued to Levant M. Richardson. 1907 – Christmas Seals, an outreach from the American Lung association, went on sale for the first time, in the Wilmington, Delaware, post office. 1958 – In Indianapolis, the John Birch Society formed. […]

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Hanukah is Celebrated in December

Chanukah (Hanukah) 2016 – Sunset, December 24, 2016 to nightfall, January 1, 2017 2016 – Sunset, December 12, 2017 to nightfall, December 20, 2017 Don’t like the way we spell it? Try one of these on for size: Chanuka, Chanukkah, Channukah, Hanukah, Hannukkah, Hanuka, Hanukka, Hanaka, Haneka, Hanika, Khanukkah.Chanukah, as we all know from Adam […]

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Gingerbread Decorating Day 2nd Saturday in December

(PCM) Gingerbread!  The very thought of it brings to mind the scents of cinnamon, cloves, allspice and let’s not forget ginger.  Gingerbread is part of our culture.  We, of course use it as food, but it plays a part in stories such as The Ginger Bread Man and Hansel and Gretel.  We see it in […]

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December 8, 1980: The World Mourns The Death Of John Lennon

(PCM) The date of December 8, 1980 is one that is tragically etched in the minds of Beatles fans, as it is the night that musician John Lennon was shot to death in front of his New York City apartment building. Back in October, we celebrated what would have been Lennon’s 75th birthday and on […]

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Interview with Carrie Compere for The Color Purple

The Epic Tale of The Color Purple Returns to Philadelphia When people enter the world of The Color Purple they immediate see that they are embarking on a remarkable, emotion-filled journey. The Color Purple celebrates the healing power of love and the importance of a zest for life, and its themes of empowerment for women […]

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December 8 In Pop Culture History

December 8 in Pop Culture History 1765 – Eli Whitney was born in Westboro, Massachusetts. Whitney invented the cotton gin and developed the concept of mass-production of interchangeable parts, which enabled the industrial revolution. He doesn’t get enough credit for that. 1854 – Pope Pius IX proclaimed that the Immaculate Conception, was Roman Catholic dogma, […]

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Smith & Myers Spread Holiday Cheer With Acoustic Stylings

(TRR) – Last night in Stroudsburg, PA, Shinedown vocalist Brent Smith and guitarist Zach Myers spread some holiday cheer at the Sherman Theater with their famous acoustic stylings. The duo pulled out covers and tributes among many Shinedown classics before a capacity crowd. The intimate tour is a musical cup… Continue reading

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‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ Film Gets Release Date

Paramount Pictures will put Are You Afraid of the Dark? on the big screen in 2019. The studio announced that film based on the popular 90s Nickelodeon series will be released October 11, 2019. It co-writer Gary Dauberman will write and direct the film. Are You Afraid of the Dark? aired from 1990-2000 and centered around a group more »

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New ‘Black Mirror’ Trailer Reveals Launch Date

Netflix released a brand new trailer for the upcoming season of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror. The two-minute trailer consists of a mix of clips from the new episodes as well as the launch date for the new season.  If you happened to blink for a really long time towards the end of the trailer and didn’t more »

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‘Twilight Zone’ Reboot with Jordan Peele Heads to CBS All Access

You may now enter The Twilight Zone! The beloved classic series has been handed a series order with Jordan Peele (Get Out) and Simon Kinberg (X-Men) leading the way. The reboot will be produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and Kinberg’s Genre Films for the subscription video on demand service CBS All more »

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December 7 In Pop Culture History

December 7 in Pop Culture History 1732 – The Covent Garden Theatre Royal (now the Royal Opera House) was opened on London. 1787 – Delaware became ‘The First State’ to ratify the US Constitution. 1869 – American outlaw Jesse James committed his first bank robbery in Gallatin, Missouri. 1909 – Leo Baekeland of Yonkers, New […]

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Why It’s Perfectly Safe To Sometimes Ignore That Sell-By Date

(PCM) Each and every year American’s will throw away an estimated $160 billion dollars worth of perfectly good food when they believe it is expired based upon the sell-by date printed on the container. There is a big difference between the sell-by date and/or expiration date printed on the packages and the actual time frame […]

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December 6 in Pop Culture History

December 6 in Pop Culture History 1790 – The US Congress moved from New York to Philadelphia. 1830 – The U.S. Naval Observatory, one of the oldest scientific agencies in the US, was established as the ‘Depot of Charts and Instruments’ in Washington, D.C. 1850 – Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-94) announced the invention the ophthalmoscope, […]

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December 5 in Pop Culture History

December 5 in Pop Culture History 1455 (Earthquake) Naples, Italy, killing an estimated 40,000 people. 1854 – Aaron H. Allen of Boston, received U.S. patent# 12,017 for a folding chair as an “Improvement in Self-Adjusting Opera-Seat” for theatres or other public buildings. You have probably sat on his invention, if you have gone to a […]

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December 4 Is National Cookie Day

(PCM) What better time than the start of the holiday season to celebrate National Cookie Day. The word cookie takes it’s origin from the Dutch word “koekie” which translates to “little cake”.  History tells us that there have been some type of cookies in existence the invent of baking, however they were not sweet. It […]

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The Origins Of The Christmas Ornament

(PCM) It is the time of year where we are ready to deck the halls and begin trimming our Christmas trees. For many families this is time for togetherness and one of the most enjoyable aspects of the impending holiday season. The tradition of the Christmas tree as we know it today began here in […]

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Mercury Retrograde: A Primer

Yesterday, my TV, phone, and Internet crapped the bed for almost 6 hours after a random, freak accident happened outside my home, which knocked out the box. The other day, while shooting a concert, my cell phone – fully charged – died. I’ve been arguing with my mom, the fax machine at work randomly turns […]

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Screenwriter Susan Coyne Interview for The Man Who Invented Christmas

Noted Screenwriter Susan Coyne Creates Magic in The Man Who Invented Christmas  Having two leading actors of the caliber of Christopher Plummer and Dan Stevens embrace the magic of your screenplay is quite memorable for any writer. This is definitely the case for Susan Coyne, who wrote the screenplay for The Man Who Invented Christmas, […]

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December 2nd Is National Special Education Day

(PCM) Happy Special Education Day! On this day in 1975, the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) was signed into law, giving all children with disabilities access to free and appropriate public education. Though IDEA has since been revised many times, it is still the basis for special education law in the United States. IDEA […]

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December 2 In Pop Culture History

December 2 in Pop Culture History 1697 – St Paul’s Cathedral was consecrated in London. 1763 – Dedication of the Touro Synagogue, in Newport, Rhode Island. 1804 – At Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Napoleon Bonaparte crowned himself Emperor of the French. 1816 – The first US savings bank, the Philadelphia Savings Fund Society (PSFS), […]

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Netflix Casts Its ‘Umbrella Academy’ Family

A little less than a month ago Netflix had announced that X-Men star Ellen Page had signed on to the upcoming The Umbrella Academy series to play the role of Vanya Hargreeves aka The White Violin. Now Netflix has added five more actors to the Hargreeves family. From left to right: Aidan Gallagher (Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn) more »

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The Motivating Story Of The Claymont Christmas Weed!

(PCM) Being that PCM headquarters is located in Delaware, we absolutely could not resist sharing the legendary tale of the Claymont Christmas Weed and it’s very special symbolism to our little  state.  The holidays are a time to reflect on some of the most positive aspects in life and the story behind the Claymont Christmas Weed […]

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Interview with Brooke Shields for Daisy Winters

Brooke Shields Plays an Emotional Mother in Daisy Winters Brooke Shields has the perfect opportunity to show her maternal side in “Daisy Winters,” her riveting new movie, in which she plays an extremely hands-on mother. This thought-provoking and powerful movie is filled with many vital life lessons, so much so that you do not want […]

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Over 50 Christmas Jokes, Trivia, Facts and Quotes – Baby It’s Cold Outside

Over 50 Christmas Jokes, Trivia, Facts and Quotes – Baby It’s Cold Outside I bet Spider-Man could make a lot of money putting up Christmas lights for the citizens of New York City. Why do birds fly south for the winter? . . . Because it’s too far to walk. I only know “Dasher, Dancer, […]

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December 1 In Pop Culture History

December 1 in Pop Culture History 800 – Charlemagne judged the accusations against Pope Leo III in the Vatican, and decided in the Pope’s favor. 1783 – The first manned voyage of a lighter-than-air hydrogen balloon left Paris carrying Professor Jacques Alexander Cesar Charles and Marie-Noel Robert to almost 500 feet and landed 28 miles […]

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James Cameron has ‘Cracked the Code” on Underwater Mo-Cap System for ‘Avatar’ Sequels

james cameronIt was reported back in 2010 that the sequels would take place largely in an underwater environment, but is seems that, according to James Cameron, took a significant amount  of time to develop.

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First ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Trailer Signals the End of an Era

avengers: infinity warThe first trailer for ‘Avengers: Infinity War‘ has arrived, and it is absolutely glorious. The Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it began in 2008 with ‘Iron Man‘, and will go through a massive change when ‘Infinity War‘ hits theaters nearly 10 years later. After 18 movies of build-up that includes a trio of trilogies more »

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What Does 80/20 Ground Beef Really Mean?

Do you know what you’re really getting when it comes to your ground beef? Many people make the mistake of thinking 80/20 ground beef means that only 20 percent of the calories come from fat. However, that’s not the case. There’s actually way more fat in that burger than you thought! The 80/20 percentage refers […]

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November 29 in Pop Culture History

November 29 533 (Earthquake) Aleppo (now Syria) – 130,000 people estimated killed. 1681 – The Royal College of Physicians, in Edinburgh, Scotland, was granted its charter by King Charles II. 1825 – First Italian opera in US, Barber of Seville premiered (in New York City, at the Park Theatre) 1910 – The US patent (#976,939) […]

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Barb Wire Dolls at Space Bar San Diego

Greek punk rockers Barb Wire Dolls played the Space Bar in San Diego, California on November 24, 2017. The band delivered plenty of energy to this small bar, helping the crowd shake off their collective Thanksgiving hangover. Vocalist Isis Queen is a dramatic and dynamic singer, offering much more than… Continue reading

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November 28 in Pop Culture History

November 28 in Pop Culture History 2348 BC – A supposed comet , under divine guidance, passed near Earth, causing the Great Flood, in the opinion of Anglican priest and mathematician, William Whiston. They did not know much about comets in 1696. 1582 – William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway (not the ‘our’ Anne Hathaway) 1717 […]

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Tool, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice In Chains Lead Rock On The Range 2018 Lineup

(TRR) – The 12th annual Rock On The Range returns to MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, OH Friday, May 18, Saturday, May 19 and Sunday, May 20 with its most power-packed lineup to date. America’s largest and most acclaimed rock festival features nearly 60 bands on three stages, led by Tool, Avenged… Continue reading

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The Curious History Behind Krampus The Holiday Devil

(PCM) We all know the story behind the legend that is St. Nicholas a.k.a. Santa Claus who pays visits to well-behaved children all over the world rewarding them with gifts at Christmas. However did you know that according to Alpine folk-lore good ol’ St. Nick has a dark companion named Krampus, who travels around with […]

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November 27 in Pop Culture History

November 27 1703 – The first Eddystone Lighthouse was destroyed in the Great Storm of 1703. 1826 – Chemist John Walker invented the friction match in England. 1834 – The direct current (DC) electric motor was invented by Thomas Davenport. 1896 – Also sprach Zarathoustra by Richard Strauss was first performed. 1910 – Pennsylvania Station […]

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Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

(Given October 3, 1863)The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, which are of so extraordinary a nature, that […]

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Thanksgiving is The Fourth Thursday in November

Thanksgiving is The Fourth Thursday in November The United States of America was the first nation in the world to proclaim a national holiday for giving thanks, but it may not have happened the way you think it did. It did start with the Pilgrims.  Some of the first settler in the “New World” we […]

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November 26 in Pop Culture History

November 26 in Pop Culture History 1703 – The Great Storm – more than 8,000 people perished and the first Eddystone Lighthouse (Winstanley’s lighthouse) was totally destroyed overnight. 1716 – First African lion was exhibited in America (in Boston). It was just a single lion, which supposedly later joined a “menagerie” which was basically a […]

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Thanksgiving History and Trivia

Thanksgiving History and Trivia The first Thanksgiving in North America was on September 8, 1565 in St. Augustine, Florida. Some say it was 1578, when an explorer Martin Frobisher held a Thanksgiving celebration for surviving his journey from England. The English settlers celebrated Thanksgiving on December 4, 1619, near Jamestown Virginia. The Pilgrims celebrated their […]

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November 25 in Pop Culture History

November 25 1792 – The Old Farmer’s Almanac first published by Robert B. Thomas. He added “Old” to the title in 1832 because there was so much competition in the Farmer’s Almanac business. 1884 – The patent (#308,422) for the process of evaporated milk was issued to John Meyenberg, of St Louis, Missouri. 1920 – […]

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Halloween Has It’s Revenge On Christmas With The Necrofeast

(PCM) How many of you have every heard of The Necrofeast? Don’t worry, we hadn’t either until we discovered quite a few pages on the internet dedicated to this relatively unknown macabre holiday that is celebrated from sunset to dawn on December 27th. According to the Facebook page dedicated Necrofeast, the holiday is influenced “by potpourri […]

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THE LAST WORD on ‘Warcraft’

warcraftWell, a lot of times, ‘Warcraft’ did make me feel like I was watching a video game. Not playing one – just watching one. One I didn’t like at all, had no interest in, and most importanly wasn’t playing. The effects and the graphics, while often quite skilled and good, and often felt like they reasonable images I would come across–when playing a video game.

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Are You Really Getting The Best Deal On Black Friday? Top Myths Are Debunked!

(PCM) Black Friday may be one of the busiest shopping days of the year, but are you are really getting the best deals? Many retailers offer one or two products at deep discount to create a frenzied atmosphere, however many other “so-called” deals are not really worth the time and aggravation that goes along with […]

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Christopher Plummer Talks About A Man Who Invented Christmas

Charming Storyteller Christopher Plummer Helps Us Usher in Christmas A pajama-clad Christopher Plummer fondly remembers the annual traditional family reading of the Dickens’ holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol,” and the indelible impression it made on him as a young boy. These are the earliest recollections of the 87-year-old actor, who grew up in Quebec, Canada, […]

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November 24 in Pop Culture History

November 24 in Pop Culture History 1639 – First observation of transit of Venus by Jeremiah Horrocks and William Crabtree – helped establish the size of our Solar System. 1859 – Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species. A first printing sells for around $100,000 today. 1874 – The patent (#157,124) for barbed wire […]

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The Truth About Why Turkey Makes You Tired

(PCM) One of the top complaints from people after a big Thanksgiving celebration is how tired they feel after consuming such a large and hearty meal. Most people blame the sleepiness on everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving food choice… the turkey. People believed that the amino acid tryptophan found in turkey was attributed to a tired or […]

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Thanksgiving Tradition – Presidential Pardoning of the Turkeys

Every year before the Thanksgiving holiday, the President chooses a turkey or two who will be spared from ending up on your dining room table. In a ceremony that takes place at the White House one official turkey is pardoned as well as the occasional alternate gobbler. Some say that this tradition started with Harry […]

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November 23 in Pop Culture History

November 23 1644 – John Milton published Areopagitica, a pamphlet decrying censorship. 1874 – A paper by Ferdinand Braun was published in the Annalen der Physik und Chemie describing his discovery of the electrical rectifier effect, the first semi-conductor. 1889 – Debut of the first jukebox, the ‘nickel-in-the-slot phonograph’, at the Palais Royale Saloon, San […]

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Shopping Tips for a Black Friday Success (& the Holiday Season!)

With the combination of stores opening earlier than ever this Friday and the current state of the economy (not to mention the rise of TV shows focused on super-savings like TLC’s Extreme Couponing), there are expected to be tons of deals and Black Friday shoppers out and about this year. So, are you daring enough […]

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David Cassidy April 12, 1950 to November 21, 2017 A Tribute

David Bruce Cassidy was born to Jack and Evelyn Cassidy on April 12 1950.  His parents divorced when he was young but didn’t tell him.  He found out two years later from a neighbor.  His Father would marry actress and musical comedy star Shirley Jones who would become a step mother of sorts to David […]

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‘Batman: Gotham by Gaslight’ Looks Bloody Interesting

Inspired by the the one-shot Elseworlds tale by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola, Batman: Gotham By Gaslight puts Batman against the real world serial killer, Jack the Ripper. Take a look at the trailer below as well as additional information about the upcoming DC and Warner Bros. Animation film. Batman: Gotham By Gaslight takes place at the more »

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Take Your Family to the Vibrant Holiday Celebration of Coco

(PCM) Helping to create the vibrant, inspiring and musical world for “Coco” has been a dream come true for Jason Katz, the film’s story supervisor. Throughout the lengthy process of making this beautiful animated holiday movie, there was one vision that went through Katz’s mind: celebrating family. Katz, who has spent the past six years […]

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Dishes, Sides, and Desserts to Avoid this Thanksgiving

The average person eats 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving!  If you’re trying to lose weight, or simply stay on track this holiday season, you’ll want to avoid the dishes with the most calories, fat and sugar. But remember – it’s all about moderation! You can have your favorites – even the offenders […]

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