Willard Stone’s “Something to Believe In” is among the works in the 'Living Legacy' exhibit.
Visual Arts Courtney Silva
A father and son’s mutual love for the art of sculpting is the premise
for “Living Legacy,” an exhibit now showing at the Gaylord-Pickens
Oklahoma Heritage Museum, 1400 Classen Drive.
Action Rod Lott
I still don’t know why Hollywood felt that Spider-Man, all of 10 years young, needed to be remade — I suspect it has to do with selling toys. Enough of calling The Amazing Spider-Man a “reboot,” too; this is a remake through and through.
Horror Rod Lott
With Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters on the way to movie
palaces less than three weeks from now, the inmates of The Asylum
respond with a mockbuster of their own, simply titled Hansel & Gretel.
Comedy Rod Lott
In tacking the word “fast” onto each of these three comedy-minded mysteries, MGM
wasn’t joking. Not only are the running times of the films brief, but
its lead characters rattle through their dialogue like a teenager to