Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByRoslyn Sulcas Sept. 26, 2018 SAMPHIRE HOE, England — High above the sea, on the white cliffs of Dover, soldiers hoisted equipment and secured tents in what looked like a military encampment. A man appeared at the edge of a tent, his white hair close-cropped, his grizzled face shadowed by a ragged beard. “Shall we get on with it?” Anthony Hopkins said. Mr. Hopkins, 80, has been getting on with the business of acting for almost 60 years. And on a chilly day last November, he was about to shoot his final scene as King Lear in the new made-for-television film of Shakespeare’s tragedy, which debuts on Amazon Prime Video on Friday. This “King Lear” — a production from the BBC and Amazon and co-starring Emma Thompson, Emily Watson, Florence Pugh and … [Read more...] about Anthony Hopkins Returns to ‘King Lear,’ Finally Up to the Challenge
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By Jeanne Jakle Updated 10:33 am CDT, Thursday, September 13, 2018 Emma Stone and Jonah Hill jump from the big to the small screen in 'Maniac.' Full series debuts Sept. 21 on Netflix Emma Stone and Jonah Hill jump from the big to the small screen in 'Maniac.'Full series debuts Sept. 21 on Netflix Photo: Michele K. Short /Netflix Jay Hernandez in that famed Ferrari in "Magnum P.I.' Jay Hernandez in that famed Ferrari in "Magnum P.I.' Photo: Karen Neal /CBS Melissa Roxburgh as Michaela, one of the bewildered passengers whose plane arrives five years after takeoff, in "Manifest." 9 p.m. Mondays (Sept. 24 premiere), NBC Melissa Roxburgh as Michaela, one of the bewildered passengers whose plane arrives five years after takeoff, in "Manifest." 9 p.m. Mondays (Sept. 24 premiere), NBC … [Read more...] about The 12 new TV shows you have to watch this fall
Kane County Recycles will host a recycling event for electronics and books between 8 a.m. and noon Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Kane County Branch Court office at 540 S. Randall in St. Charles. It is located just north of Route 38 and south of Route 64 across from the county fairgrounds. Wait time is likely to be less than five minutes for this event. There is no need to arrive early. This event is for electronics and books only. It will not include document shredding or paint. The next shredding and paint event will be Saturday, Nov. 10.Electronics collection will include computers, laptops, stereos, DVD players, printers, keyboards, mice, phones, electronic games, holiday light strings and more, all of which can be recycled at no charge. Books also are free to drop off.TVs (of any size, and any age) and computer monitors will also be collected, but they have a cost.The cost for recycling television sets and computer monitors, measured diagonally is $25 for screens under 21 inches, … [Read more...] about Recycling event returns to St. Charles Sept. 8
Don’t look now, but the disaster that’s been the Rockies bullpen, which still holds a National League-worst 5.53 ERA, is showing slight signs of progress. No, it’s certainly not even close to pitching like a $100 million-plus investment should warrant, but the unit’s gears are churning, ever slowly, in a positive direction. Chris Rusin has only allowed one earned run in his last seven appearances, a 2.25 ERA in that time compared with his 6.55 mark on the season a whole. The left-hander also posted two straight scoreless outings of two and two-plus innings, with his one-hit fifth and sixth Thursday critical in the Rockies’ roller-coaster win. Manager Bud Black noted he’s seen better action and increased downward location on Rusin’s pitches throughout June. Scott Oberg and Mike Dunn returned from the disabled list in San Francisco, and Black immediately called upon Oberg to toss 1.1 innings of scoreless relief to keep Colorado hanging around in … [Read more...] about Rockies Insider: Is the bullpen trending in a positive direction?
Denise Plante has slowly but steadily won the media game in Denver.Plante is among the small handful of local personalities to have regular gigs on both Denver radio and TV thanks to her long-running gig at KOSI 101 and her hosting duties on Colorado and Company, a lifestyle-and-advertising hybrid that airs weekdays on 9News. She's also a master of social media who's learned how to spread her brand far and wide and a regular presence at high-profile charity events.One of Plante's undeniable skills is to make the listener or viewer feel as if they know her. But in the following in-depth Q&A, she goes into details about her life and career that may come as a surprise to even some of her biggest fans.In addition to recapping her unlikely rise from small-town Arizona radio enthusiast to decades of success on the Mile High City airwaves, Plante offers anecdotes about her family: Mike Plante, her husband of 27 years, and sons Austin and Wyatt, who are both in their teens. She also … [Read more...] about KOSI’s Denise Plante Gets Real About Radio, TV, Anxiety and Her Darkest Time