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In this film publicity image released by Warner Bros., Sandra Bullock is shown in a scene from, "The Blind Side."

‘The Blind Side’ to close Starlite season

Posted on August 22, 2014 at 12:39 pm

Before the gridiron battles begin Saturday for fans of the Morristown high schools, eager football fans can get some pre-game action at the final Starlite Cinema showing tonight. The Morristown Parks and Recreation Department will show “The Blind Side,” the 2012 bio-drama based on Tennessee Titan Michael Oher’s life. The movie will be shown at dusk (around 8:30) at Fred Miller Park in Morristown. This will be the final movie

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  • At the Movies

    Posted on August 22, 2014 at 8:03 am

    Empty Movie Theater

    EARTH TO ECHO, REISSUE After receiving a bizarre series of encrypted messages, a group of kids embark on an adventure with an alien who needs their help. Rated PG. Showing at Carmike Cinemas 12 College Square Mall at 2:00 and 4:40. EXPENDABLES 3 Barney and his team, known as “The Expendables,” come into conflict with ruthless arms dealer Conrad Stonebanks, the Expendables’ co-founder, who is determined to destroy the team.

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  • Rose Center announces ‘An Omega Exhibit’ art exhibition

    Posted on July 11, 2014 at 9:08 am

    “Monument Tree with Deer” by Dr. R. Earl Cleveland will be among his exhibit “Omega” which will be displayed at Rose Center’s Edith Davis Gallery.

    Rose Center announces the “An Omega Exhibit,” an exhibition of the works of artist Dr. R. Earl Cleveland. The exhibit will be on display in the newly renovated Edith Davis Gallery at Rose Center in Morristown through July 31. The public is invited to an opening reception Sunday, July 13, from 2 to 4 p.m. Dr. Cleveland will give a gallery talk during the reception. The show is titled “Omega”

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National Entertainment

Events

Festivals and Events

Posted on May 2, 2014 at 7:32 am

Editor’s Note: To submit a calendar event, e-mail: ctstate@lcs.net MAY JAN. 31-MAY 10 – Abingdon, Va. – Play: “Don’t Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell” at the Barter Theatre. Hilarious, irreverent and mostly true. It’s 1939, and David O. Selznick has already begun filming “Gone With the Wind” when he realizes his script is a dud. Only the legendary screenwriter Ben Hecht can save the day, but Hecht has never read the book.

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