JLo goes a new direction in action flick “The Mother” on Netflix
Arts & Entertainment
Book Review: “Who Cares: The Hidden Crisis of Caregiving, and How We Solve It” by Emily Kenway
You might have heard your name called, but you couldn’t be sure so you laid in bed, waiting, too exhausted to move. If Mom needed you, she’d call once more and you’d tend to her needs then. It’s 3 a.m. but, as in the new book, “Who Cares” by Emily Kenway, there’s no punch-clock in this job you’ve assumed.
Air, slam dunk entertainment
TJ Reid leaves his thought on Air
REVIEW: Guardians get their grand finale
TJ Reid leaves his thoughts on the Guardians of the Galaxy’s send-off.
“A Doll’s House, Part 2” opens Friday
Willamette Valley Bank presents Keizer Homegrown Theatre production of Nicholas Hnath’s A Doll’s House, Part 2, opening Friday, May 5.
REVIEW: “Boston Strangler” chokes
T.J. Reid drops his thoughts on Hulu’s “Boston Strangler”
McNary’s Celebration of Music returns to the Elsinore May 3
The top performing ensembles from McNary will return to the historic stage of the Elsinore Theatre in Salem for the second annual McNary’s Celebration of Music at the Elsinore Theatre on May 3.
SKIT mystery opens 4/27
A whodunnit will take the stage as Salem Keizer Inspirational Teen Theatre (SKIT) presents Sherlock Holmes & The Baker Street Irregulars, opening on Thursday, April 27, running through May 6.
Salem Symphonic to perform Earth-themed concert
In an early celebration of Earth Day, the Salem Symphonic Winds will present The Blue Marble, a film and symphony by composer Julie Giroux, on April 16 in the Rose Auditorium at South Salem High School.
“Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” knows hot to role play
One of the many cool things about Dungeons & Dragons is the unlimited number of tales and scenarios the tabletop game facilitates. An exercise of imagination and storytelling, no two campaigns are the same and there are very few things a player cannot do. Knowing this, I was a bit[Read More…]