Bronx native is Dominican Dandy Vladimir Caamaño to Headline Comedy Night at Empire City Casino on February 22 Yonkers, New York – A comedy star of Dominican heritage from the Bronx named Vladimir (now that’s funny!) will headline the next […]
Senate passes bills to make Pokémon a no go near dangerous sex offenders Albany, NY — The New York State Senate today passed two pieces of legislation sponsored by Senator Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) that protect children from high level sexual […]
Capcom’s “Resident Evil/Biohazard” Pleases Fans of Franchise Japanese video game developer and publisher Capcom has pleased fans of the “Resident Evil” franchise with its latest title in the series. The simple title, “Resident Evil/Biohazard” appears to be a nod to […]
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio calls on New York to divest from fossil fuels Day before New Yorkers take action, as global commitments surpass $5 trillion in assets, DiCaprio urges New York to divest New York, NY — Just one day before […]
Hollywood got a terrifying scare this weekend as the third installment in the ‘Da Vinci Code’ franchise — re-teaming director Ron Howard and star Tom Hanks — bombed in its U.S. debut with $15 million. Yes, that’s right, Razzie Award winner […]
Tom Cruise, ‘Jack Reacher’ No. 1 At The International Box Office, While ‘Medea’ Scares Into No. 1 In The US
Tom Cruise is in control globally as ‘Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’ takes the top spot with $54 million for the weekend. But Tyler Perry’s ‘Boo! A Madea Halloween, a horror comedy, took the US domestic box office as the Number […]
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As you battle, train, and capture your Pokémon just remember you’re still in the real world.
On this date in 1933, Richard Hollingshead opened the nation’s first drive-in movie theater in Camden, New Jersey.
‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ had another great weekend at the box office that was turbocharged by a $120.8 million North American debut.
Over 60 percent of events to take place in parks previously not included in program.
Hip-hop musical ‘Hamilton’ scores record-breaking 16 Tony nominations. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop-flavored musical about Alexander Hamilton, the first U.S. treasury secretary regularly pulls in $1.5 million a week to sold-out audience.
‘The Jungle Book’ dominates at the multiplex this weekend with a bear-sized $156.8 million and pushes this pre-summer season hit film to over the half billion mark through Sunday.