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'Star Wars' costume exhibit to come to DIA in 2018

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Fall TV 2017: The 15 prime-time dramas and comedies we'll be watching — and why

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Review: ‘44 Pages’ studies highlights of children’s mag

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Review: Cluttered ‘Kingsman’ falls into self-parody

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Review: Jake Gyllenhaal gives ‘Stronger’ tough backbone

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‘Orphan Black’s’ Tatiana Maslany ‘Stronger’ in new role

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Review: ‘Stronger’ is a survivor’s story with a dark side

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Comedy Central keeps Trevor Noah through 2022
Comedy Central is staying in the Trevor Noah business. The network announced Thursday that it had agreed to a contract extension to keep Noah in place as host of “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” through 2022. The deal comes as Noah, who replaced a departing Jon Stewart, approaches his second anniversary at “The Daily Show” on Sept. 28. “I’m thrilled to be continuing this amazing journey with both fans of ‘The Daily Show’ and Comedy Central,” Noah, who is also a writer and executive producer on the program, said in a statement   Read More ...
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'Star Wars' costume exhibit to come to DIA in 2018
Detroit — Die-hard "Star Wars" fans can get up close and personal with original costumes from a galaxy far, far away at the Detroit Institute of Arts next year. BB-8, Yoda, an Ewok, and 66 other original costumes from the first seven movies in the "Star Wars" saga will be highlighted in the “Star Wars and the Power of Costume” opening May 20, 2018   Read More ...
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'Star Wars' costume exhibit coming to Detroit Institute of Arts in 2018
May the Force's costumes be with Detroit. Next year, the Detroit Institute of Arts will be hosting a major costume exhibit on the "Star Wars" movies. Clothing and gear for characters ranging from Darth Vader, Princess Leia, and Stormtroopers to Chewbacca, Han Solo and droids (including C-3PO and R2-D2) will be part of the "'Star Wars' and the Power of Costume" exhibit   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Lego Ninjago Movie’ fails to click into place
The trailer for the animated comedy 'The Lego Ninjago Movie,' featuring the voices of Dave Franco, Justin Theroux and Jackie Chan. Warner Bros. Pictures. If you’re of a certain age and childless, it’s entirely possible you haven’t the foggiest idea what a “Ninjago” — of the latest Lego movie — might be. Apparently it is both a TV show and a toy, but that’s as far as I got into the Wikipedia article   Read More ...
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Fall TV 2017: The 15 prime-time dramas and comedies we'll be watching — and why
Everything old is sort of, kind of new again. That's the motto of a fall TV season that seems determined to revive or evolve as many brands as possible. Things kick into high gear this week with the arrival of fresh spins on the "Star Trek" and "Law & Order" franchises. In coming weeks, the 1980s hit "Dynasty" will be reinvented and the NBC classic "Will & Grace" will return with the same stars in a whole new decade   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Brad’s Status’ explores envy in the age of Instagram
We’re all familiar with the danger of the late night Instagram scroll. Got anxiety? It’s a surefire way to make it worse. Brad (Ben Stiller) has anxiety. He has insomnia and a general sense of discomfort, ennui and malaise. There’s no reason for Brad to feel this way. He has a nice, comfortable suburban home, a sweet wife (Jenna Fischer), a smart son   Read More ...
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Bob Seger's new song hits radio; album release details confirmed
The Detroit star covers a 1989 Lou Reed song -- with an updated jab at Donald Trump -- as his new album title and release date get locked down.   Read More ...
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Get a 'Chocolate' fix with sweet exhibit at Cranbrook Institute of Science
If you want to mount a must-see museum exhibit, there are two essentials, says Gary Feinman. “First, you need a ‘hook’ – you know, something that really catches people’s attention. And second, you need a good story. This exhibit has a good story. But it has a fabulous hook.” The exhibit he’s talking about is “Chocolate,” which opens Saturday at the the Cranbrook Institute of Science   Read More ...
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Review: ‘44 Pages’ studies highlights of children’s mag
Documentary looks at history of Highlights for Children, the long-running magazine for kids For 70 years, Highlights for Children has been a staple of doctor’s offices and dentist’s waiting rooms, offering children education, activities and wholesome life lessons courtesy of (the bumbling) Goofus and (the straight-edged) Gallant. Highlights is the subject of “44 Pages,” director Tony Shaff’s friendly, soft-peddling documentary that takes a look at the publication’s history and goes behind the scenes of the production of the magazine’s 70th anniversary issue   Read More ...
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Ryan Gosling to host ‘SNL’ premiere
New York — “Saturday Night Live” says it’s kicking off its 43rd season Sept. 30 with guest host Ryan Gosling and musical guest Jay-Z. For Gosling’s encore host appearance he’ll be on hand to promote his new film, “Blade Runner 2049.” Jay-Z will be plugging a world tour that starts next month. On Oct. 7, “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot will be guest host, with musical guest Sam Smith   Read More ...
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Review: Stiller takes look in mirror in ‘Brad’s Status’
Brad’s got it all. Or does he? Mike White’s comedic drama does some middle age self-reflecting Ben Stiller engages in some rather heavy middle-age navelgazing in “Brad’s Status,” writer-director Mike White’s thoughtful examination of one man and his First World Problems. Stiller plays Brad, a 47-year-old guy who by all measures — other than his own — is doing well for himself   Read More ...
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Tips: Buy this art, based on your personality
Tell me who you are, and I will tell you what art to buy. People often get nervous when buying art: “Will it match my decor? Will I like it over time? Is this an artist worth investing in?” We say: Throw all those questions out the window — it’s time to focus on your personality instead. Today, we’re playing curator by dissecting 11 personality types and making art recommendations based on your tastes and interests   Read More ...
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Deny Facebook horror tale’s ‘Friend Request’
Facebook is used as a tool for the dead in this lame thriller; frankly, ‘The Social Network’ was scarier What with all the fake news, your crazy uncle’s unwanted political grandstanding and the shirtless selfies that guy you went to high school with keeps posting, Facebook is scary enough on its own. But what if it was used as a tool of — cue shrieking sound cue — THE DEAD? That’s the idea, if you’re being generous with the term “idea,” behind “Friend Request,” the lame supernatural thriller that adds a social networking twist to an otherwise conventional horror tale   Read More ...
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Review: Cluttered ‘Kingsman’ falls into self-parody
The first movie was so good! Sadly, this overstuffed sequel is a waste of its massive cast Overstuffed, over-busy and overlong, “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is an exhausting, patience-trying assault that doesn’t know when to say when. And judging by the results of this sequel, “when” would have been the closing credits of the first film. “Kingsman: The Secret Service” was a pleasant surprise in 2014, an unexpectedly rude and randy riff on spy movie cliches that had the stones to push boundaries with its hard R-rating   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Ninjago’ doesn’t click like other LEGO movies
If you’re of a certain age and childless, it’s entirely possible you haven’t the foggiest idea what a “Ninjago” — of the latest LEGO movie — might be. Apparently it is both a show and a toy, but that’s as far as I got into the Wikipedia article. With the wild success of “The LEGO Movie” and “The LEGO Batman Movie,” released just earlier this year, it stands to reason that Warner Bros   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Five Foot Two’ gets intimate look at Lady Gaga
Netflix documentary goes behind the scenes with the singer, from the release of ‘Joanne’ to her Super Bowl halftime show Lady Gaga is in Wal-Mart. Camera crew in tow, she’s buying copies of her new album, “Joanne,” as part of a social media stunt. Later, she’s looking over the footage with members of her team, wondering if it made her seem relatable, down to Earth, while mid-flight on her private jet   Read More ...
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Horror comes to Facebook in ‘Friend Request’
The Facebook-themed horror movie “Friend Request” spooks its way into theaters this weekend, hoping to turn out viewers who are ready for autumn temperatures, Halloween and things that go bump in the night. Shockingly, “Friend Request” delivers. This scare-fest is so gloriously dumb that it is surprisingly a whole lot of fun. The German-South African coproduction, directed and cowritten by Simon Verhoeven, takes the social networking site and mashes it up with message-board phenomenon Creepypasta to craft a horror flick that’s based in technology but rooted in a far more ancient evil   Read More ...
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Review: Jake Gyllenhaal gives ‘Stronger’ tough backbone
This film about Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman avoids flag-waving, tear-jerking cliches That is part of the fabric of “Stronger,” the frank, straightforward and triumphant film about Bauman, who was there near the finish line in 2013 when terrorists detonated a bomb at the Boston Marathon. Bauman lost both legs in the incident — the photo of him being wheeled away from the scene was one of the day’s lasting images — and “Stronger” chronicles his long, painful, rocky efforts toward recovery   Read More ...
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‘Orphan Black’s’ Tatiana Maslany ‘Stronger’ in new role
Emmy winner stars opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in the film about the Boston Marathon bombing which opens Friday Toronto -- Tatiana Maslany has made it. She’s the Emmy-winning star of “Orphan Black,” the sci-fi series in which she played almost a dozen roles during the show’s just-wrapped five-season run. On the other hand, she’s still a working actress, trying to memorize Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA” while driving to auditions in Los Angeles   Read More ...
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Mike Thompson's immigration debte cartoon gallery
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Email Mike Thompson's immigration debte cartoon gallery A cartoon look at America's immigration debate by Detroit Free Press cartoonist Mike Thompson. Sent! Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Kimmel ramps up battle against GOP health care bill
Los Angeles — Jimmy Kimmel used his late-night platform to continue his assault on the GOP health care bill, firing back at critics including U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy and “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade. The ABC star on Wednesday was following up on his monologue from Tuesday, when he said the bill Cassidy is co-sponsoring in failed the “Jimmy Kimmel test,” a phrase Cassidy coined in May after Kimmel announced his newborn son underwent heart surgery for a birth defect   Read More ...
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Dlectricity fest returns with plans to light up Midtown
Detroiters have waited hopefully for the return of Dlectricity, the wildly popular nighttime exhibition of art and light, which, in its first iterations in 2012 and 2014, featured some of the best-loved and tech-savviest of Detroit installation and performance artists, as well as visiting artists from around the world. After a three-year hiatus, the event is back with a vengeance, preparing to set Midtown all aglow with an action-packed program that has brought some local talent back for return engagements, and some big new names to town   Read More ...
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Post-punk Protomartyr celebrating new album aboard Detroit Princess
With its 2012 debut, Protomartyr tapped into an appealing darker side of rock. The Detroit post-punk quartet has always thrived on urgently paced tempos, sweet-to-strident surf guitar riffs and distinctively sing-speak vocals that offer poetically brutal observations, confessions and eloquent laments. The band's songs are more contemplative and focused than what you’d typically expect from angry punk rockers, and the group's signature dark and brooding vibe is blessed with uncanny elegance courtesy of vocalist Joe Casey and his potent lyrics   Read More ...
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Review: ‘Stronger’ is a survivor’s story with a dark side
“Stronger “ is about a survivor, but it is not a feel-good movie. In 2013, 27-year-old Jeff Bauman went to watch his ex-girlfriend, Erin Hurley, run the Boston Marathon. He was there when the bombs went off and lost both of his legs as a result. An Associated Press photograph of Bauman, bloodied, gravely injured and being wheeled away from the site by a man in a cowboy hat, became an instant icon of that terrorist attack   Read More ...
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As Murals in the Market expands, painter Pat Perry puts a focus on the neighborhoods
Buy Photo. Painter Pat Perry doesn’t see Detroit as a blank canvas. At 26 years old, Perry is using his artistic platform during this weekend’s Murals in the Market. festival to paint a portrait of a community just blocks from the Heidelberg Project. Where some artists may see Detroit’s patchwork neighborhoods as a wild west of artistic opportunity, longtime residents might worry they might lose a seat at the table of how public art will shape their neighborhood   Read More ...
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Apetechnology project for Dlectricity
Leith Campbell, right, of Grosse Pointe Park and lighting designer Simon Alexander-Adams of Detroit work on the music and lighting at Apetechnology in Detroit on Sept. 14, 2017.   Read More ...
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Dlectricity festival of light, art to enliven Midtown
Buy Photo. Nighttime in Detroit is about to get nuts. Dlectricity — Detroit’s answer to Paris’ nuit blanche, or “white night” — will transform Midtown between Kirby and Canfield into a crazy quilt of light, art and sound Friday and Saturday evenings with works by 36 international, national and local artists. Kicking things off Friday will be a raucous, New Orleans-style parade around the Detroit Institute of Arts, the “King of Arms,” created by Brooklyn artist Rashaad Newsome with the Gabriel Brass Band and the Cass Tech High School Marching Band   Read More ...
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‘Pickler & Ben’ is more than a talk show
Nashville-based, Faith Hill-produced show starring country singer Kellie Pickler and reporter Ben Aaron is ‘family show, on-camera and off-camera’ Country music singer Kellie Pickler says her new ABC afternoon show “Pickler & Ben” is “more than just a talk show.” That’s true in the sense that she and co-host Ben Aaron are almost always engaged in some sort of hands-on activity with their guests, whether cooking, doing a home makeover, or going out in the field to visit unusual small businesses   Read More ...
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A visual tribute to the Palace of Auburn Hills
Trip down memory lane with this tribute of the biggest concerts, games and moments over the years at The Palace of Auburn Hills, set to the Bob Seger song 'Famous Final Scene'   Read More ...
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Artist Spotlight: Royal Sweets
A weekly showcase featuring local musicians. Line up: Wendy Case, vocals; Brian McCarty, vocals and guitar; Jarrod Champion, piano and vocals; Oni Werth, bass; Bill Bowen, drums. Rock royalty: Those familiar with the local music scene of the past few decades will recognize Case’s raspy voice and smart lyrics from the Paybacks, one of the leading Detroit bands of the 2000s-era garage rock revival   Read More ...
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WATCH: Relive Palace of Auburn Hills moments ahead of Bob Seger's closing show
Seger's song "The Famous Final Scene" is the soundtrack to some of the most notable Pistons and concert moments in Palace history.   Read More ...
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Motown Museum expansion effort lands $1 million Erb donation
Buy Photo. The Motown Museum's expansion fund continues to grow. A $1 million gift from the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation is the latest step as museum officials aim for a $50 million transformation of the West Grand Boulevard site, home to Motown's original Hitsville, U.S.A., studio and headquarters. It brings the publicized fund-raising total to more than $10 million, following contributions from Ford and Ford-UAW ($6 million), the William Davidson Foundation ($2 million) and Lear Corp   Read More ...
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Kimmel: Senator ‘lied right to my face’ on health care
Los Angeles — Jimmy Kimmel says U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy “lied right to my face” by going back on his word to ensure any health care overhaul passes a test named for him. Kimmel says a health care bill co-sponsored by the Louisiana Republican fails the “Jimmy Kimmel test,” a phrase coined by Cassidy. The late-night host announced in May that his baby son had surgery for a birth defect and argued that all American families should be able to get life-saving medical care   Read More ...
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New movies this week: 'Stronger'
The trailer for the animated comedy 'The Lego Ninjago Movie,' featuring the voices of Dave Franco, Justin Theroux and Jackie Chan. Warner Bros. Pictures. “BRAD’S STATUS”: A middle-aged man with a comfortable life (Ben Stiller) begins to question his life choices after he compares himself with his old college friends, whose lives seem fuller and more rewarding. Rated R for language   Read More ...
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After a hiatus, Michelle Pfeiffer returns in ‘mother!’
“I thought: What the hell is this?” Pfeiffer recalls. Aronofsky’s film is not in any way typical, nor is the kind of project you’d expect a long-absent actress like Pfeiffer to join as her first big-screen performance in five years. The film, intentionally shrouded in mystery, is a wild and weird odyssey by one of the movies’ expert conjurers of dark, surreal dream worlds that suspend its viewers — and often its performers, too — in a vividly atmospheric state of paranoia   Read More ...
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Jedidiah Bila departs ABC’s ‘The View’
Bila made the announcement on Monday’s program, saying she was leaving to work on a new book and had “a lot of opportunities” to consider. Bila served as the chat panel’s resident conservative. Co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Joy Behar both sent Bila off with kind remarks even though they noted that their opinions are often on the other side of the political spectrum   Read More ...
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Gorillaz play the Fox Theatre in Detroit
Gorillaz singer/songwriter Damon Albarn performs with his live band at the Fox Theatre in Detroit on group's Humanz Tour on Monday, September 18, 2017.   Read More ...
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‘Rude’ Jude returns with second book, ‘Hummingbird’
The Pontiac-bred author and radio personality is back with the follow-up to his 2013 tale ‘Hyena’ Buy Photo. When Jude Angelini. released his first book, “Hyena,” his goal was to make the New York Times bestseller list. He never got there. “I tried so hard and I kept missing,” says Angelini, better known by his radio handle Rude Jude. He remembers driving in Los Angeles when his sister called him and told him he had made the list   Read More ...
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Laura Ingraham joins Fox News evening lineup
New York — Fox News Channel says conservative commentator Laura Ingraham is joining its prime-time lineup next month with a regular show. Her show, “The Ingraham Angle,” will air at 10 p.m. ET. Her ascension to a regular show has been rumored for several weeks, since it was reported that Fox was negotiating with her. The show will begin on Oct   Read More ...
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Sisters of Siervas are a rock band like ‘nun’ other
Garden Grove, Calif. — Eleven nuns take the stage wearing traditional black-and white habits but are anything but old school as they belt out songs to the ringing of electric guitar and a rock ‘n’ roll beat. Known as “Siervas,” the band was born in a Peruvian convent three years ago and now travels far and wide to perform. Of all the extraordinary things about Siervas the most remarkable may be they are not just a novelty   Read More ...
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