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What Lies Ahead

What Lies Ahead

Our critics get fired up over their most anticipated 2019 films.
Here are our most anticipated titles coming to theaters and major streaming services:

Film Reviews


Renaissance Man

The multi-talented W. Kamau Bell serves up comedy with his commentary—or maybe vice-versa.
He pontificates about politics and social issues and is one of the most thoughtful pundits in the nation today.

Arts & Entertainment

The Essential A&E Picks for Jan. 17-23

Constellations, Jodi Kantor, Ronan Farrow, The Little Prince, PAW Patrol Live!
Now, this two-character drama opens the 2019 season for Ogden's Good Company Theatre.

Entertainment Picks

Horoscopes for Jan. 17-23

Repetitive Songs
I encourage you Capricorns to be as unrepetitive as possible in the songs you sing, the messages you communicate, the moves you make and the ideas you articulate.

Free Will Astrology

Law Partners

On the Basis of Sex celebrates a mutually supportive marital partnership.
Coasting on Notorious RBG is some incredible coasting indeed, and the ride here is of the solidly crowd-pleasing variety. There's nothing wrong withthat.

Film Reviews

Geek Sneak Peek

What to look forward to in 2019.
This year is chock full of geeky goodness, and I'm here to give you a list of the things we should collectively be most anticipating.

Arts & Entertainment

The Essential A&E Picks for Jan. 10-16

Doktor Kaboom, Burlesque, Holly Black, and Grassroots Shakespeare
His ability to educate and entertain simultaneously with catapults, air cannons and, naturally, chemical reactions breaks down the barriers between fact and frenzy.

Entertainment Picks

Art Makers 2018

For the Books

Reading? Pssshhh. It's 2018. Who reads anymore?

by Michael D. Ferry, City Weekly Readers, Scott Renshaw and Sarah Arnoff


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