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Craig Schwartz

A Noise Within is more than your average community theater

Over the past 25 years, Geoff Elliott and Julia Rodriguez-Elliott, co-producing directors of A Noise Within have built a respected, classical repertory company essentially from the ground up.
Jason Aldean 2nd Annual Concert For The Kids

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Jason Aldean's message for those who would sow fear with violence

Country music singer Jason Aldean took the stage in Tulsa, Oklahoma at his first concert since the deadly mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas.

Tina Rowden

‘Lore’: From terrifying podcast to more terrifying TV show

How did Aaron Mahnke turned his popular podcast about dark historical tales into a TV show?

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NBC passed on a bombshell Harvey Weinstein story. Why?

As more women come forward with their sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein questions keep piling up. Among them: Why did Ronan Farrow, a reporter for NBC News, publish his story about Harvey Weinstein in The New Yorker?

The Wallis

Dick Gregory's political comedy takes on new meaning in 'Turn Me Loose'

Joe Morton plays the late comedian and activist Dick Gregory on stage in "Turn Me Loose." That Gregory's comedy remains so relevant today, Morton says, is both remarkable and troubling.

The Virtual Reality Company

Old Hollywood meets new technology at the IMAX virtual reality arcade

As the film industry struggles with audiences lost to streaming and mobile content, companies like IMAX are testing location-based virtual reality experiences.
National Geographic's Further Front Event In New York City - Red Carpet

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How Harvey Weinstein's 'open secret' was enabled for decades

A Weinstein Company executive who reportedly confronted the film executive about his behavior was labeled as the "sex police." Everyone who worked there had to sign confidentiality agreements.
the mayor


'The Mayor': Brandon Micheal Hall says playing a rapping politician is his ideal role

The actor's background as a musician and activist made him the perfect fit for the title role in ABC's new comedy, "The Mayor."
The Hunting Ground

The Hunting Ground

Harvey Weinstein's history begs for a documentary about Hollywood abuses. But can it be made?

"The Hunting Ground" producer Amy Ziering believes a film about predatory behavior in Hollywood is in order, but the industry itself might get in the way.
Our Lady J

John Arsenault

Writer and musician Our Lady J preaches the gospel of Dolly Parton

The writer and producer on the Amazon series "Transparent" talks about her musical career and her connection to the iconic country star.