Sweat flows down the faces of the players as they decide how to drive the ball down the field. They only thing on their minds is how to avoid getting tackled or losing possession of that leather-covered oval ball that is the key to scoring and, therefore, winning.
Actor James Franco and local filmmaker Gus Van Sant screened My Own Private River at Northeast Portland’s Hollywood Theatre Sunday. The film is comprised of excess footage of actor River Phoenix from Van Sant’s 1991 film, My Own Private Idaho.
In the past few years, shows featuring dancing celebrities and non-celebrities alike have taken over the airwaves. If you’re anything like me, you’ve seen these shows and want to learn some sweet moves yourself. Unfortunately, the prices of many ballroom dancing classes can damper anyone’s dancing spirit.
Once again, it’s getting toward the end of the term. For most of us, this means we’ll be getting lost in our textbooks.
Do you want to be the very best, like no one ever was? If that phrase sounds familiar, you probably grew up either when “Pokémon” was the hottest thing around, or you had kids who grew up during that time.
Everyone likes to feel that their work is appreciated. Whether praise comes in the form of a comment made, or just a show of support, there’s no denying the positive effect it can have on a person.
There are movies that most people would agree a person should see at least once in their lives—movies like “Casablanca” or “Schindler’s List.”
You might remember a while back when we discussed Geek Chic, and the transition from nerdy to cool that gaming has undergone in recent years.
Friday the 13th is once again upon us—the day which prompts some to stay safe behind locked doors fearing bad luck and others to flout as many superstitions as they can think up to disprove luck altogether.
Going to an IMAX movie can be great way to stay entertained for a few hours, but with the average cost of a ticket at around $13 it can also be a great way to go broke.
The world of children’s entertainment has changed rapidly in recent years. Live acts performed by talented professionals have gone by the wayside in favor of brightly colored, anthropomorphic cartoon animals.