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Television Channel's Bleeping Classic Soviet Film Puzzles Viewers The St. Petersburg Times Published: April 15, 2014 (Issue # 1805) A Russian television channel has bleeped a mild expletive during the late-night airing of a Soviet-era cult classic,
Jason Kreher and Matt Moore are here to wreck those memories. The pair of creatives at Wieden + Kennedy in Portland, Ore., have made a fake product called Schadenfreezerspopsicles with the most depressing jokes you can imagine. (For now, at least,
Chekhov's three sisters languish in a remote garrison town seven hundred miles from Moscow. Anya Reiss's new version relocates the play in 2014 in the ex-pat community around the British Embassy in a Middle Eastern country (possibly the Yemen).
A DVD of that sequel, with 763 new jokes added to the theatrical film...Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is out on DVD this week and available in a Blu-Ray combo pack that includes a hugely extended director's cut. OKMagazine.com talked to that
The Geographer Drank His Globe Away" The festival favorite from director Aleksandr Veledinskiy took best film, best director and both lead acting honors at Russia's Nika Awards. Last year's festival favorite The Geographer Drank His Globe Away from
News More News Christopher Durang's comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, a Broadway hit currently onstage at Kansas City Repertory Theatre, has attracted enthusiastic support among artistic directors at regional theaters across the country.
Forward Theater Company is about to embark on its sixth season presenting contemporary plays featuring the talents of professional actors, directors and designers. This week it announced the lineup for its 2014-15 season . \n\n Here is a brief
What better way to follow the doom and gloom of George Osborne's Budget than International Day of Happiness? And what better way to put a smile on everyone's faces than a list of the best gags known to humanity (possibly)?...We need one made of
March 12, 2014 (Issue # 1801) With both countries home to some of the most respected and famous museums in the world, leading Russian and U.K. representatives and experts from both communities met at a forum in St. Petersburg last week as part of the
I suspect this centres on rage about the thorough arbitrariness of most of it. Like Sunday dinners with my grandparents as a kid when, for some reason, we were expected to wait until we had eaten before we could have something to drink...Oh, if there