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Award-winning pop sensation and "American Idol" alum David Archuleta and acclaimed actor Michael York join the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir in an energetic Christmas celebration in this year's annual concert from Salt Lake City airing December 13.
PBS kicks off its Holiday Programming with Pop Sensation and Acclaimed Actor Join Renowned Choir in Energetic Christmas Celebration, Plus encore presentation of L.A. Holiday Celebration 2010 and Part I of the Frontline series From Jesus To Christ: The First Christians. Other Holiday programs include George Balanchine’S “The Nutcracker” and Christmas At St. Olaf And Christmas In Yellowstone. Plus, encore presentations of the hit series Downton Abbey.
PBS kicks off its Holiday Programming with Pop Sensation and Acclaimed Actor Join Renowned Choir in Energetic Christmas Celebration, Plus encore presentation of L.A. Holiday Celebration 2010 and Part I of the Frontline series From Jesus To Christ: The First Christians. Other
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Celebrate the season with George Balanchine's The Nutcracker Live in movie theaters nationwide on December 13. Host Kelly Ripa will take audiences everywhere on a behind-the-scenes tour of the beloved holiday classic, featuring the world-renowned company of The New York City Ballet. __________________________________________________________________________ My first experience with The Nutcracker was very memorable. I was five years old and my mother, as a present, decided to take me to see the famous ballet. I remember the opening scene where the family begins to welcome their guests to a big holiday party with all the trimmings. The beautiful sets, the graceful dancers and joyous music soon transfixed me. Though, something was missing. I turned to my mother and whispered in alarm, "Why isn't anyone talking or singing?" She smiled and replied, "This is a ballet. Just sit back and enjoy the spectacle." Thank goodness I listened! A great way to ring in the »
With the Academy Awards fast approaching it seems you can't turn anywhere at the moment without being bombarded by an endless stream of awards shortlists, churning out the same familiar faces such as Black Swan, Inception, The King's Speech, The Social Network and True Grit. Well, one shortlist that everyone in Hollywood will be looking to avoid is the nominees for the 31st annual Golden Raspberry Awards, a.k.a. The Razzies, which of course celebrates the very worst in cinematic offerings from the past twelve months.
While the nominees won't be officially announced until January 24th, the shortlist for the 'coveted' Worst Picture award has made its way onto the internet this week, along with details on some of the other categories and contenders...
Worst Picture nominees...
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3 items from 2011
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