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"Wonder Woman 1984" landed on Christmas Day like a holiday turkducken, a 2½-hour concoction made of many disparate parts that isn't to everyone's taste. Some critics welcome Patty Jenkins's sequel feast, with the Los Angeles Times calling it "extravagant" and "genially overstuffed."
When Pedro Pascal started to think about his “Wonder Woman 1984” villain Max Lord, one name came to mind: Gordon Gekko. Who better to model his power suit-wearing striver on than the embodiment of 1980s greed and callousness? But director Patty Jenkins had something different in mind than the Michael Douglas character.
It's not often that a movie is a genuine game-changer. In 2017, "Wonder Woman" became just that as a superhero movie featuring a female protagonist that went on to become a huge hit – proving that little boys are just as interested in seeing a woman save the day as little girls.
The idea came to 13-year-old Ethan Heffernan after attending the Indian Trail market with his mom, Leslie Heffernan. There were not a lot of vendors at the market, so why not start his own small business doing something he already enjoyed and join the other local entrepreneurs at the event, he said.
My best friend from childhood loves Halloween. A decade ago, Nake (his real name is Dave, but when I was 4 years old, I gave him a nickname for life, since it's tattooed on his fingers) decided to get married in Las Vegas on All Hallows' Eve.
For this catch-up, the “Top Chef” Season 13 cheftestant and James Beard nominee discussed the 2020 Whiskey Barrel Weekend at Coeur d’Alene Resort, his just-announced new location for Zona Blanca, his just-announced new menu for Steel Barrel, his new project with Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park and his new winter menu at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars.
Let us take a walk down memory lane to revisit “the freshman 15,” that first year in college when we are faced with a new routine, environment and stress. We are away from home full time without adult supervision, and we live on an unlimited meal plan, so we eat, eat and eat and gain weight.
Katerra vacated its office space on Sept. 22 in the historic bakery, according to a $3.5 million lawsuit filed in Spokane County Superior Court on Friday. That's five years before their lease with the owners of the recently renovated commercial space was set to expire.
With the previews about to start, a trickle of masked moviegoers made their way into one of the first U.S. screenings of “Tenet” at the Bow Tie Majestic 6 in downtown Stamford, Connecticut. They took their seats Tuesday night, eyeing the empty seats between each other and a little giddy at being back at the movies for the first time in many months.
Caruso’s Sandwiches and Artisan Pizza, IHOP, Mod Pizza and other area restaurants will be donating 15% to 25% of proceeds from takeout orders to local food bank Second Harvest on Takeout Tuesday this Tuesday.
Lady Gaga and advocacy organization Global Citizen have raised $35 million to fight the coronavirus and will launch a TV special featuring Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder and Billie Eilish to combat the growing virus.
Lyle Waggoner, who used his good looks to comic effect on “The Carol Burnett Show,“ partnered with a superhero on “Wonder Woman“ and was the first centerfold for Playgirl magazine died Tuesday. He was 84.
The Downtown Spokane Partnership has selected former Spokane Mayor David Condon, former city chief financial officer Gavin Cooley to receive the organization’s Legacy Award and Pete Mounsey and Anne Mounsey its as Impact Award recipients, and they will be honored at the annual meeting this Thursday.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics are releasing films featuring their two most popular big-screen characters of the moment (Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn), Valiant Comics is finally seeing one of its heroes hit the big screen (Bloodshot), and Venom hopes to best its previous movie’s $856 million worldwide haul in a sequel that looks to be a lot bloodier.
City officials and business leaders are inviting residents to attend a public workshop on Wednesday to formulate goals and strategies for the future of downtown.
Little Cindy Lou Who of Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and the titular character of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” are both in search of the true meaning of Christmas, and they would’ve found it at the Tenors’ “Wonder of Christmas” at Bing Crosby Theater on a very cold Saturday evening.
The Tenors – Canadian singers Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray and Fraser Walters – are bringing their “Wonder of Christmas” tour to the Bing Crosby Theater two days after Thanksgiving, and there is a connection for them to the legendary Hollywood singer, actor and comedian.
New locations for High Tide Lobster Bar and Evans Brothers on the ground floor of the 110-year-old Wonder Building saw their first full day of operation Monday after the building officially opened to the public.
On Friday, the Evans Brothers cafe and High Tide Lobster Bar opened, joining Bean & Pie, a Coeur d’Alene-based pie bakery with limited hours at the renovated bread factory, 835 N. Post St.
Canadian vocal group the Tenors – Clifton Murray, Fraser Walters and Victor Micallef – are bringing their award-winning harmonies, charisma and showmanship – with a holiday twist – to the Bing Crosby Theater in a stop on their “Wonder of Christmas” tour on Nov. 30.