TJ Reid gives his thoughts on the touching look into Michael J. Fox.
Arts & Entertainment
Matt Rife, one of the fastest-growing comedians in the country, will bring his show to the Historic Elsinore Theatre on Friday, July 21.
Keizer Homegrown Theatre’s production of Lauren Gunderson’s The Book of Will, opens on Friday, July 14. The show will run for six performances on the theatre’s stage at the Keizer Cultural Center.
The long awaited and much hyped newest edition of the DCEU, “The Flash”, is in theaters, and TJ Reid gives his thoughts.
Book review: “The Overlooked Americans: The Resilience of Our Rural Towns and What It Means for Our Country” by Elizabeth Currid-Halkett
“The Overlooked Americans” educates, and it begs for tolerance, compassion, and patience. It’s for grown folks who can see that anger and heel-digging isn’t anything to brag about anymore. It’s a book for anyone who seeks understanding, and the chance to stop worrying.
Exit Laughing continues its run at Pentacle Theatre through Saturday, July 1
Country artist Lee Brice will perform at Capital City LIVE! At 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 21, at the L.B. Day Amphitheatre at the Oregon State Fairgrounds, for a benefit for Family Building Blocks.
T.J. Reid takes another trip into the Spider-Verse with Sony’s latest animated thriller.
White Men Can’t Jump isn’t hustling anyone. The remake that should have been left on the bench, as TJ Reid leaves his thoughts on Hulu’s remake of the 30-year old streetball classic.
JLo goes a new direction in action flick “The Mother” on Netflix