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Male strippers and the return of the Terminator were not enough to excite moviegoers, who instead flocked to leftovers such as "Jurassic World" and "Inside Out" during the Fourth of July weekend.
Police say a man was critically hurt in a fall at a Grateful Dead concert at Chicago's Soldier Field.
Kevin Downes recalls talking 20 years ago to his "Faith of Our Fathers" co-star David A.R. White about how great it would be if Hollywood would finally embrace the kind of faith-based movies they wanted to make.
Who do you call when your walls are humming?
In a world where a single device can serve as a phone, computer, camera, GPS and TV, consumers have high expectations when it comes to the functionality of everyday products.
The final night of the Miss Kentucky 2015 pageant scholarship competition will be held on the night of July Fourth, when people traditionally take in fireworks displays and other holiday festivities. Holding the pageant on the Fourth of July is rare...
How can I convince you to lose yourself in first-time novelist Stephen Jarvis' magnificent, 816-page Death and Mr. Pickwick ?
The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky has opened three new exhibits: Chester Cornett: Beyond the Narrow Sky,Vivian Maier: On the Street and Other Streets: Photographs from the Collection. With these openings, Museum-goers can now enjoy all ...
When Blizzard first unveiled Heroes of the Storm (originally code named "Blizzard DOTA"), there was a mixture of skepticism and intrigue. The Multiplayer Online Battle Arena genre was clearly being dominated by League of Legends and DOTA 2 (...
A presidential campaign is beginning without late-night television hosts who helped us laugh through past ones, both a cultural loss and an opportunity for new voices.