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Never Say Goodbye: The Kshe Documentary to Screen at Delmar Hall December 3rd, 10th and 17th

Never Say Goodbye: The Kshe Documentary will Screen at Delmar Hall (6133 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, Mo 63112) December 3rd (ticket info Here), 10th (ticket info Here) and 17th (ticket info Here). All three screenings are at 2:00pm. DVDs, Blu-rays and Kshe 50th merchandise will be on sale at the screenings

After sold-out screening at The Moolah and The St. Louis International Film Fetival, you now have three more chances to see the great Never Say Goodbye: The Kshe Documentary. This is the history of Kshe’s heyday, from its beginning in 1968 throughout the 1970’s and up to 1979. Hear never-before-heard stories from your favorite DJs: John Ulett, Mark Klose, Ron Stevens, Radio Rich, Joe “Mama” Mason, Gary Kolander, and many more. With appearances from Rodger Hodgson (formerly w/Supertramp), Poco, Mama’s Pride, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and so much of the music you grew up with.

DVDs and Blu-rays
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Sliff 2017 Interview: Ron Stevens – Director of Never Say Goodbye – The Kshe Documentary

Never Say Goodbye – The Kshe Documentary screens Saturday, November 11th at 2:00pm at The .Zack (3224 Locust St.) as part of this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival. This is a Free event.

In director Ron Stevens’ Never Say Goodbye, you’ll see the history of Kshe’s heyday, from its beginning in 1968 throughout the 1970’s and up to 1979. Hear never-before-heard stories from your favorite DJs: John Ulett, Mark Klose, Ron Stevens, Radio Rich, Joe “Mama” Mason, Gary Kolander, and many more. With appearances from Rodger Hodgson (formerly w/Supertramp), Poco, Mama’s Pride, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and so much of the music you grew up with.

Ron Stevens’ took the time to answer some questions about Never Say Goodbye for We Are Movie Geeks in advance of the screening at this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival:

Interview conducted by Tom Stockman

Tom Stockman: What inspired
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The Gods of Kshe Radio at the World Premiere of Never Say Goodbye – The Kshe Documentary at The Moolah

The stars were out tonight at The Moolah Theater and Lounge! The stars of Kshe Radio, a St. Louis institution. Original Kshe DJ Ron Stevens’ documentary about the first ten years of the station, Never Say Goodbye – The Kshe Documentary, had its world premiere at The Moolah tonight and We Are Movie Geeks was there to snap some pics. If the names Ron “Johnny Rabbit” Elz, Richard Palmese, Peter Maer, Steve Rosen, Gary Bennett, Ron Stevens, Bob Burch, Mark Klose, Jim Singer, Ted Habeck, Joy “Joy in the Morning” Grdnic, John Ulett, Gary Kolander, Rick Balis, Joe “Mama” Mason, “Radio” Rich Dalton, Pat Liston (Mama’s Pride), David Surkamp (Pavlov’s Dog), and Mike Safron (Pavlov’s Dog) don’t mean anything to you, then you likely did not grow up listening to rock music in St. Louis in the 60s through the 80s. Most were in attendance tonight and many arrived in limos.
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Wamg Interview: Ron Stevens – Director of Never Say Goodbye – The Kshe Documentary

Join a Gathering of the Rock Gods for the Never Say Goodbye Red Carpet Premiere & DVD Release November 1st at The Moolah Theatre (3821 Lindell Blvd.) DJ Celebrities Red Carpet Limo Arrival begins at 6:15. At 7:00 pm Film Begins. After the film there will be a Q & A with Kshe Jocks & Musicians and a VIP Cocktail Event with a Meet and Greet. Ticket information can be found Here

A Facebook invite for this event can be found Here

In director Ron Stevens’ Never Say Goodbye, you’ll see the history of Kshe’s heyday, from its beginning in 1968 throughout the 1970’s and up to 1979. Hear never-before-heard stories from your favorite DJs: John Ulett, Mark Klose, Ron Stevens, Radio Rich, Joe “Mama” Mason, Gary Kolander, and many more. With appearances from Rodger Hodgson (formerly w/Supertramp), Poco, Mama’s Pride, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and so much of the music you grew up with.
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Never Say Goodbye: The Kshe Documentary – Red Carpet Screening and DVD Release November 1st at The Moolah

Join a Gathering of the Rock Gods for the Never Say Goodbye Red Carpet Premiere & DVD Release November 1st at The Moolah Theatre (3821 Lindell Blvd.) DJ Celebrities Red Carpet Limo Arrival begins at 6:15. At 7:00 pm Film Begins. After the film there will be a Q & A with Kshe Jocks & Musicians and a VIP Cocktail Event with a Meet and Greet. Ticket information can be found Here

A Facebook invite for this event can be found Here

This exclusive Premiere of Never Say Goodbye: The Kshe Documentary is expected to sell out in just days. After the premiere, the entire public theatre run is only 5 showings, so make sure you get tickets to this once-in-a-lifetime event! Order tickets now, before they sell out.

See the history of Kshe’s heyday, from its beginning in 1968 throughout the 1970’s and up to 1979. Hear never-before-heard stories from your favorite DJs: John Ulett,
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James Woods Isn’t Backing Down from Controversial Comments About ‘Gender Creative’ Child

James Woods Isn’t Backing Down from Controversial Comments About ‘Gender Creative’ Child
James Woods is standing by his controversial comments about a 10-year-old “gender creative” boy and his supportive parents, telling his critics, “I frankly don’t give a s— what anybody thinks about me.”

The 70-year-old actor received a wave of backlash on Twitter Monday after he tweeted a photo of the California family at the Orange County Pride Parade — the young boy holding a rainbow flag and his parents bearing posters that read, “I love my gender creative son!” and “My son wears dresses & makeup… Get over it!!”

“This is sweet,” Woods wrote. “Wait until this poor kid grows up,
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James Woods Stands By Offensive Tweet as Mother Rushes to Her 10-Year-Old's Defense

James Woods Stands By Offensive Tweet as Mother Rushes to Her 10-Year-Old's Defense
James Woods isn't backing down, but neither is the mother of the child he aimed a controversial tweet at.  After Neil Patrick Harris went to bat for a "gender creative" 10-year-old boy and his family celebrating at a recent Orange County Pride Parade, both Woods and mom Lori Duron have spoken out in defense of their free speech.  The outspoken actor initially tweeted alongside a photo of Cj Duron and his parents, "This is sweet. Wait until this poor kid grows up, realizes what you've done, and stuffs both of you dismembered into a freezer in the garage." In an interview with People published Wednesday, the Duron matriarch expressed her disgust...
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Mom Speaks Out After James Woods’ ‘Shocking’ Tweet About Her ‘Gender Creative’ Son: ‘Adults Should Know Better’

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Mom Speaks Out After James Woods’ ‘Shocking’ Tweet About Her ‘Gender Creative’ Son: ‘Adults Should Know Better’
The mother who shared a photo with her son at the Orange County Pride Parade in California is speaking out after actor James Woods posted an insensitive tweet about the photo, which shows her and her husband holding up signs that read: “I love my gender creative son!” and “My son wears dresses & makeup… Get over it!!”

Woods, 70, tweeted on Monday, “This is sweet. Wait until this poor kid grows up, realizes what you’ve done, and stuffs both of you dismembered into a freezer in the garage.”

This is sweet. Wait until this poor kid grows up, realizes what you've done,
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Star Sightings: Kristen Bell & Gal Gadot Party With a Conscience, Jessica Simpson Celebrates Her B-Day and More!

Leave it to celebs like Kristen Bell and Gal Gadot to party with a conscience!

The lovely ladies mingled with fellow actress like Lizzy Caplan, Cat Deeley, Camilla Belle and Emmy Rossum at an exclusive garden party in Los Angeles hosted by n:Philanthropy with fellow conscience brands nyakio and Fashionable. The famous guests snacked on Pure Growth Organic and drank Rethink Water and Viva Xxxii while enjoying a gorgeous sunny SoCal day on a spacious patio.

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Exclusive: Charlize Theron, Kristen Bell and More Celebrate Their Pups and the Wallis Annenberg PetSpace

After sharing a cheeky topless pic to ring in her 37th birthday on July 10, Jessica Simpson enjoyed dinner at rooftop restaurant Catch La with her husband, Eric Johnson; sister Ashlee Simpson-Ross and her husband, Evan Ross; Bff Cacee Cobb and her husband, Donald Faison; and pal Adrienne Sands. Following birthday toasts from Johnson and Simpson's family, Cobb presented
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Miley Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon Go Undercover as Subway Singers During 'Tonight Show' Takeover

Miley Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon Go Undercover as Subway Singers During 'Tonight Show' Takeover
Miley Cyrus took over The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, where she joined the host for a few different musical segments, including an undercover performance in a New York City subway station that kicked off the show.

Cyrus donned a long black wig, a cowboy hat and some dark shades while Fallon rocked a denim jacket, a shaggy brown wig and his newly-grown goatee as the pair took to the subway to perform as singing street buskers for unsuspecting passers-by.

Backed up by a guitarist and a bucket drummer, Fallon played the tambourine while Cyrus belted out a flawless, soulful cover of Dolly Parton's "Jolene," and it wasn't long before travelers walking past took notice.

Watch: Miley Cyrus Releases 'Inspired' ​i​n Honor of Pride Month -- Listen!

Before the song was done, they had amassed quite a crowd -- which seemed to be a mix of people who recognized the pair and others
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Natalie Portman on ‘Angie Tribeca’ and Three More Shows to Watch Tonight — IndieWire TV Picks for May 8

Natalie Portman on ‘Angie Tribeca’ and Three More Shows to Watch Tonight — IndieWire TV Picks for May 8
Monday, May 8

Angie Tribeca,” 10:30 p.m., TBS

Episode Title: “This Sounds Unbelievable, But ‘CSI: Miami’ Did It”

Network Synopsis: Natalie Portman’s in this one, but also a man falls from the sky and the team investigates a lead in space.

Why You Should Watch: The Oscar winner alone is worth the tuning in, just to see her embody a modern-day Nasa scientist who looks, sounds and acts like a ‘60s housewife. According to IndieWire critic Ben Travers’ review: “Portman grasps the tone quickly and then runs away with the scene, her soft inflections and glowing expressions creating a beam of light gliding through the scene.” The episode reaches new heights of lunacy, and not just because some of the action takes place in space. Also, a bonus visit to the Acme Corporation, a favorite of the tenacious Wile E. Coyote, pays off richly in visual gags.

“Gotham,” 8 p.
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NCIS: New Orleans Season 3 Episode 13 Review: Return of the King

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Elvis is back in the building.

New Orleans' favorite underground hacker returned in NCIS: New Orleans Season 3 Episode 13.

First introduced in NCIS: New Orleans Season 3 Episode 2, Elvis Bertrand was the perfect guest star to help solve the mystery of why a hacker would gun down four people in order to steal data from a federal server farm.

First, I like Tom Arnold's Elvis. He's a bit of a rogue but his heart is in the right place. 

He just uses his considerable cyber skills at tweak the foibles of those in power.

The only downside of Elvis's visit is there's no Patton this week. Overlapping skill sets, don't you know.

That's happening too much this season. Patton gets sent off to another conference so someone else can do something cyber-ish.

I know some people are down on Arnold because of his antics with Roseanne Barr a couple of decades ago.
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Inside Nate Parker's Troubled Childhood and Rise to Hollywood After College Rape Case

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Nate Parker became an overnight sensation in Hollywood after his film The Birth of a Nation, which he wrote, starred in, directed and produced, earned universal praise, scoring an unprecedented $17 million deal at the Sundance Film Festival and earning him glowing comparisons to Orson Welles. But the acclaim has been overshadowed by his involvement in a 1999 rape case after recent reports surfaced that the woman had committed suicide in 2012, shining a harsh spotlight on a man who endured a troubled childhood before charting his path to stardom. Birth of a Nation, a historical drama that tells the story of Nat Turner's famous 1831 slave revolt,
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Inside Nate Parker's Troubled Childhood and Rise to Hollywood After College Rape Case

  • PEOPLE.com
Nate Parker became an overnight sensation in Hollywood after his film The Birth of a Nation, which he wrote, starred in, directed and produced, earned universal praise, scoring an unprecedented $17 million deal at the Sundance Film Festival and earning him glowing comparisons to Orson Welles. But the acclaim has been overshadowed by his involvement in a 1999 rape case after recent reports surfaced that the woman had committed suicide in 2012, shining a harsh spotlight on a man who endured a troubled childhood before charting his path to stardom. Birth of a Nation, a historical drama that tells the story of Nat Turner's famous 1831 slave revolt,
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Celebrities Express Grief and Heartbreak Over Mass Shooting at Gay Club in Orlando

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Celebrities Express Grief and Heartbreak Over Mass Shooting at Gay Club in Orlando
Just one day after the shooting of Christina Grimmie - and about a 10 minute drive from the scene of the crime - a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub early Sunday morning. According to authorities, 50 people have died and at least 53 are injured, making it the most deadly mass shooting in modern American history. And now, celebrities are reacting to the tragedy. Two major figures in the Lgbt community include former professional tennis star Billie Jean King and former NBA player Jason Collins, who became the first openly gay athlete in North America's four recognized major team sports. King tweeted,
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Celebrities Express Grief Over the Mass Shooting at Pulse Orlando Night Club

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Celebrities Express Grief Over the Mass Shooting at Pulse Orlando Night Club
Just one day after and a short 10-minute drive from the scene of singer Christina Grimmie's fatal shooting, a gunman opened fire at a gay nightclub early Sunday morning. According to authorities, 50 people have died and at least 53 are injured, making it the most deadly mass shooting in modern American history. And now, celebrities are reacting to the tragedy. Two major figures in the Lgbt community include former professional tennis star Billie Jean King and former NBA player Jason Collins, who became the first openly gay athlete in North America's four recognized major team sports. King tweeted, "Heartbroken for
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The Birth Of Nation Trailer Debuts – Directed By And Stars Nate Parker

Fox Searchlight Pictures has released the first trailer for director Nate Parker’s The Birth Of A Nation.

Set against the antebellum South, The Birth Of A Nation follows Nat Turner, a literate slave and preacher, whose financially strained owner, Samuel Turner, accepts an offer to use Nat’s preaching to subdue unruly slaves. As he witnesses countless atrocities – against himself and his fellow slaves – Nat orchestrates an uprising in the hopes of leading his people to freedom.

In his Sundance Film Festival review, The Hollywood Reporter’s Todd McCarthy says the film, “offers up more than enough in terms of intelligence, insight, historical research and religious nuance to not at all be considered a missed opportunity. Far more of the essentials made it into the film than not; its makers’ dedication and minute attention are constantly felt, and the subject matter is still rare enough onscreen as to be welcome and needed,
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Best Baseball Movies

In the midst of March Madness and with the Kentucky Derby around the corner, the first pitch of baseball season is almost here.

A quote from Field Of Dreams best describes America’s national pastime, “The one constant throughout the years has been baseball.”

To mark the start of the 2016 season, here’s our list of the Best Baseball movies.

The Bad News Bears

Considered by some to be the best baseball movie ever, the film celebrates its 40th anniversary this month (April 7, 1976). In an article from the NY Daily News, one line reads, “It is a movie that someone like the late Philip Seymour Hoffman called his favorite, and one which resonates on many levels today, with all different generations.”

Who are we to argue with greatness?

After skewering all-American subjects such as politics (The Candidate) and beauty pageants (Smile), director Michael Ritchie naturally set his sights on the
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Robert Altman’s Nashville Screens Thursday Night at The Tivoli

“Y’all take it easy now. This isn’t Dallas, it’s Nashville! They can’t do this to us here in Nashville! Let’s show them what we’re made of. Come on everybody, sing! Somebody, sing!”

Nashville screens one time only Thursday, September 24th at The Tivoli Theater (6350 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis) at 7pm

In a decade of great films, Nashville is one of the greatest. I saw Nashville during its initial theatrical release and have seen it several times since but it has not played on the big screen (at least in St. Louis) in a long time. In 1974 director Robert Altman was directing films for United Artists and wanted them to produce his film Thieves Like Us. They agreed if he would agree to direct a story about country music that they had a script for. He rejected the script and said he would offer them
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The Age of Adaline movie review: time enough for love

A pleasant and undemanding romantic drama that takes great care not to upset you unduly with strong emotion or embarrassing passion. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Adaline has been 29 years old for 80 years. Her life must be amazing, right? Not so much, actually. She has built up a truly stunning wardrobe over the decades, allowing her to dress with classy timeless style. She kicks ass at Trivial Pursuit; apparently a good memory for current events goes along with extended lifespan, though you might think at some point her brain would get overfull. (Yes. A movie about a person who must have had some extraordinary adventures spends time on a “she plays a board game” scene. Perhaps the film is saying, “Look, it’s even harder to fill your days when you’re immortal, okay?
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