'Spamalot' featured at Timber Lake
Playhouse as summer season ready
Broadway experience plays
huge role in TLP's 'A Chorus Line'
Update On The Fire/Explosion: They enforcing mandatory evacuations for the entire town of Seward and those that... http://fb.me/2JWm9GEvI
'Fast and Furious 6' wins again while 'After Earth' falls flat
Western Conference Semifinal Game 7 between the Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings posted a 2.07 rating and averaged 3.354 million viewers, making it the highest-rated NHL game ever on NBC Sports Network, and the most-watched Semifinal game ever on cable (data available since 1994).
Sen. Portman: Special Prosecutor Needed for IRS Probe....Sen. Hatch: ‘Hard to Believe’ Obama Unaware of IRS Scandal...Spider-Man takes on TWO Captain Americas as brawls breaks out between ... out on the streets of Los Angeles yesterday between Spider-Man and Captain America. Two Captain Americas and a Spider-Man threw punches at each other feet away from the Dolby Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard in full view of tourists and passers-by.
'After Earth' is all about the Smiths Even though M. Night Shyamalan directed "After Earth," this film is about the Smith family, as in Will and company. He is one star, and his son Jaden is the other. And he, along with his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith, are listed as producers. In the Media by Tim O'Brien
Courtesy Elvis Presley Enterprises
On Sunday, May 26, 2013, Sir Paul McCartney made the rock 'n' roll pilgrimage to Graceland where he left behind his personal guitar pick stating, "So Elvis could play his guitar in heaven." See photo spotlight!
During his tour, he was offered a rare glimpse inside the Graceland Archives. To maintain the integrity of Elvis' instruments, the archive staff has them tuned regularly. So who better to tune Elvis' guitar than the song-writing legend. McCartney briefly played Elvis’ 1956 Gibson J200 guitar while humming the famous Elvis tune "Loving You."
Also in true Elvis fashion, when other musicians and friends would visit the king at Graceland, the visit would almost always end in the Music Room around the piano. McCartney's visit was no different as he played Elvis' Story and Clark piano inside the Graceland mansion. Something both Elvis and Paul have in common is that neither of them read sheet music, they simply play by ear.
On August 27, 1965, the Beatles visited with Elvis for several hours at his home in California and had an informal jam session. Both McCartney and fellow Beatle John Lennon often cited Elvis as an influence, covering many of his songs. Elvis also frequently covered McCartney's songs including classics such as "Yesterday" and "Hey Jude."
This was McCartney's first time visiting Graceland and the second time to tour in Memphis in 20 years. McCartney was in Memphis to play a concert at the FedExForum as part of his "Out There" Tour. Tim's trackers..
.Local Reagan movie update
'Fast and Furious 6' flies to the top of the box office
In The Media: By Tim O'Brien
"Man of Steel" used Plano for Smallville...I have learned that "Man of Steel" pre-production prop artwork donated to the city of Plano by Warner Bros....
I have learned that "Lowell Park," the movie based on Mike Chapman's book, is closer to becoming a reality. However, many parts will be filmed in Iowa instead of Illinois. For years, it has been stuck on funding matters as well. For background head to the Ronald Reagan link here under MORE...