TAUK To Go On Fall Tour With Perpetual Groove


The NYC-based rock/fusion quartet TAUK will open for festival legends, Perpetual Groove on select dates of their Fall Fend For Your Life US tour. TAUK will join the tour with a one-off set in Richmond, VA on Sept 6th followed up by the band’s highly-anticipated return to their hometown jam/rock mecca, Brooklyn Bowl on September 21st and 22nd. More dates inside!

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New York’s CMJ Music Marathon 2012 Is Right Around the Corner

Hey now, it’s that time of year again! Fall is approaching, and with it comes some of the year’s most exciting events. Besides already being smack in the midst of New York Fashion Week, we are about to turn the corner and run head first into the city’s biggest and best music festival: CMJ Music Marathon 2012. Panels and an impressive roster of initial artists have already been announced!
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Cinemark Movie Theatres Presents Fall Classic Film Series



Fully Restored, Hollywood Classics Return to the Big Screen at Select Cinemark Theatres

During the Months of August and September

Plano, TX, August, 2012 Cinemark Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CNK), the world’s highest attended motion picture exhibitor, is pleased to announce that the “Fall Classics Series,” featuring six legendary Hollywood movies, will  take place in over 150 Cinemark theatres across the country.  All of these digitally restored movies will be scheduled to play each Thursday, during the months of August and September, at two separate show times, 2 pm and 7pm. Read more

Cobb Grove 16 Theatre Free Back-to-School Event


Wesley Chapel, FL- Cobb Theatres, the highly respected US-based exhibitor recognized nationwide for operating first-class entertainment venues in Southeastern US, announces that their Cobb Grove 16 location in Wesley Chapel, FL is proud to present the 4th Annual Back to School Bash on Saturday, August 4th from 11am-1pm. Read more

New York’s 4Knots Music Festival Was Literally On Fire!

[In case you missed it …] Saturday July 14th was Bastille Day. It was also the day that New York’s second annual free all ages 4Knots Festival presented by Village Voice took place on South Street Seaport’s Pier 17 … where it literally caught fire. That ladies and gentlemen, is how you throw a party! Read on for more details …

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New York’s 4Knots Music Fest Kicks Off Again This Saturday

The Village Voice, the nation’s largest alternative weekly newspaper, will kick off this year’s 4Knots Music Festival this Saturday. The eagerly anticipated line-up includes the bands Archers Of Loaf, The Drums, Crocodiles, and Doldrums to name a few. The free, all ages, daytime event takes place on Saturday, July 14, 2012 from 1:00 – 8:00 PM.  Click inside for more info …

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Twitter NOW for Exclusive Sneaks of “Katy Perry: Part of Me”



“KATY PERRY: PART OF ME” from Paramount’s Insurge Pictures will get its in-theater debut in the U.S. and Canada on Monday, July 2 with fan sneak premiere events of the 3D film presented exclusively in RealD® 3D in advance of its scheduled theatrical release on Thursday, July 5.  Fans who follow @KatyPerry on Twitter were the first to hear from Katy herself about the special screening. Read more

Cobb Theatres Offer Kids Free Summer Movies

FREE Summer Kid Shows begin June 12th at Cobb Theatres

The annual summer children’s free fun movies will start on June 12, 2012.  The theatre chain has sixteen different films that will be shown during the eight weeks of the promotion. All shows are free at all Cobb Theatre locations involved in the promotion.  The movies are on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and the starting time is 10 AM with Doors opening at 9:30 AM.  Groups and summer camps are welcome. Read more

84th Academy Awards Premiere this Oscar Sunday

Those who are normally shouting T.G.I.F. might be saving their enthusiasm for T.G.I.S. That’s right everyone, Oscar Sunday is upon us this weekend.  Although the 84th Academy Awards are arriving a tad early this year, I will not mind swapping my usual Sunday nominee (Mitt Romney) with Rooney Mara (Best Actress in a Leading Role; The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo).

For the godfather of Oscars, Best Picture, 6 out of 9 of this year’s nominations are actually adaptions from novels (Can you hear the bookworms across America squealing?).  Other awards, including Costume Design (Jane Eyre) and Art Direction (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2), are also rooted in literature.  While The Help (Brunson Green, Chris Columbus and Michael Barnathon, Producers) wins the race in the Goodreads ratings according to Random House, The Artist (Thomas Langmann, Producer) is rumored to be most likely to take home the Oscar.  Read more

Golden Globes 2012, Best Dressed

So let’s be honest- we tell people we watch the Golden Globes every year to fulfill our duty as devoted fans and cheer on our favorite actors and actresses from the comfort of our couch. And the reason we tell ourselves? The dresses, of course! How can actresses so fabulous in movies not look stunning on the red carpet? Here are a few of 2012’s top nominees strutting their designer threads: Read more

New Movie Theater Opens in Clearwater, Florida

CLEARWATER, FL- Taking Cobb Theatres to a new level with the opening of the Cobb Countryside 12 Theatre in Clearwater, Florida the prestigious  movie exhibitor adds another 12 auditoriums to it’s growing list of now 253 at 21 locations.  Being a progressive motion picture exhibitor, Cobb has added the exciting D-Box to this location inside the Countryside Mall.

Attending the opening were over 100 invited guests including Mayor Frank V. Hibbard, Senior Vice President of Westfield Mall Clive MacKenzie, General Manager of Westfield Mall Andrea L. Boitnott, and Clearwater Councilman Paul Gibson. On hand was the owner of Cobb Theatres/CineBistro, Robert Cobb, COO Jeremy Welman, Regional Manager Guy Austin, and Cobb Countryside 12 manager Maggie DeJesus.  The cutting of the ribbon to open the new theatre preceded the stage entertainment. Read more

Top Ten Movies for 2011

In 2011 I saw nearly 250 USA released films, not counting the Independent offers viewed at film festivals or sent to my home for comment.  Unfortunately this was no year to brag about due to an over abundance of  sequels, enough superhero’s to save two planets, worn out story-lines, not enough good drama, a lot of raunchy romance with more skin and sex than in an art house, very few box-office blowouts, a small number of good acting newcomers, and some bad performances by our legends.

The following is my selections for the best of 2011 each selected for their uniqueness and strong presentation that provides enjoyable entertainment. Read more

Harry Potter on the Red Carpet at Universal Orlando

The stars were out the night of Saturday November 12, 2011 at new Harry Potter village Universal Studios Islands of Adventure Theme Park Orlando, Florida for the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 Blu-ray release celebration.  Being on the carpet at this amazing event was a thrill with a background of Hogwarts and Hogsmeade surrounding the 100-foot red carpet.  Press from all over the world were lining the cobblestone walkway and television cameras, video cams, flash cams and voice recorders were ready in wait for cast members, producers and the director of the amazing Harry Potter movie franchise. Read more

Hollywood Walk of Fame Adds New Star

John Lasseter is a two-time Academy Award-winning director and creatively oversees all films and associated projects from Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios (celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2011). Lasseter made his feature directorial debut in 1995 with Toy Story, the first-ever feature-length computeranimated film and, since then, has gone on to direct A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2 and Cars. He returned to the driver’s seat this year, directing Cars 2. Read more