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The movie follows the format of Akira Kurosawa's frequently copied "Rashomon," in which a story is told from four differing points of view. In "Hoodwinked," Red, Granny, The Woodsman and The Wolf all give alternate tales painting themselves innocent. Midway through the movie it becomes obvious who the real culprit is, but I won't spoil that for you.
1. Enthralled by tattoos? TLC's "Miami Ink" is back tonight at 10 p.m. with all-new episodes. This unconventional reality show follows a tattoo shop and its owner in Miami as they tattoo everything on bodies from people's pets to dragons.
Based on true events, "Glory Road" tells the story of the 1966 Texas Western team that rose up against unbeatable odds to win the NCAA championship. The team broke through racial barriers and changed ideas about basketball by becoming the first NCAA team to play an all-black starting lineup.
Yes, the album is catchy and at times lyrically inspirational, but it took a small army of musicians and producers backing Blige to create the new songs. Blige seems to have invited everyone she knows and their granddaddy to work on "The Breakthrough." The only thing Blige attempts to "breakthrough" is the entourage of other artists, so her own voice can be heard. It's unfortunate because the monster the album itself has swallowed up Blige's raw but angelic voice.
Why don't I ever succeed? I've tried it all, and there are a lot of options out there. If you browse the shelves at any bookstore, watch TV for awhile or flip through any magazine you'll see a lot of sources offering you quick solutions. There are countless diet plans, each one claiming to help you lose the most weight in the least amount of time. Do any of them work, or are all these quick fixes too good to be true? I wanted to find out, so I got in touch with some local experts on the subject.
The crowd that did make it past the ushers watched as Capital Green and the Accafellas, a cappella groups from MSU, became first runner-up and quarterfinal champions, respectively, for the MSU divisional round of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, or ICCA, on Saturday night at the Wharton Center.
I have debated whether I want to give money to Knoxville, who still seems to be making a career out of being ridiculous and falling down.
Now, almost three years later, he is struggling to get back into the music business. Through his new reality show, "There and Back: Ashley Parker Angel," Angel is hoping to shed his boy-band image and prove himself as a solo artist.
Tickets are free for both the 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. performances, entitled "Jazz: Spirituals, Prayer and Protest." First-come, first-serve tickets can be picked up at the Wharton Center Box Office and are required for admittance.
The hour-and-a-half trip, put on by East Lansing's Prime Time Seniors Program, will cost $80 per person. Thursday is the deadline for registration.
Michigan artist Cynthia Foley will display her work from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. today at the Lansing Art Gallery, 113 S Washington Square, in Lansing.
His parents were waiting for him at the airport. He didn't have many options at this point and agreed to check into a rehabilitation center, despite the fact he didn't have much faith in the system.
The Grand Rapids-based band combines knee-slapping country riffs with sassy lyrics to kindle a wholesome enthusiastic sound.
There is an easy solution to this dilemma: Simply throw on one (or more) long, beaded necklace. It is the ultimate chic-ifying wardrobe fixer and can instantly freshen up any plain outfit.
1. "A Million Little Pieces" by James Frey. Someone is bound to be reading this book in any given coffee shop or library. Frey has given readers an honest look at human weakness and ability. It's also Oprah's current book club selection. See a review of the novel in Wednesday's edition of The State News.
The film will also be showing at Wells Hall on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. Admission at Wells Hall is $3 for students and $6 for all others. The film is part of the ELFS Film Series, which features a different film every Thursday night.