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The Reel Deal: Ordinary Angels

Producer Kevin Downs says, “I hope this film inspires many to not just talk about how we can love our neighbor, but actually show how we can love our neighbor in ways that put others in front.

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Midnight Train to Georgia’

For superstar Gladys Knight, recording “Midnight Train to Georgia” was probably like singing poignant lines from a diary.

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Sixties Flashback: ‘It Wasn’t Fun Anymore’

On the chilly, foggy Tuesday of Dec. 27, 1960, several hundred British teenagers sardined into the spacious Litherland Town Hall in north Liverpool.

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Delta Dawn’

When we hear certain songs, we may wonder what the event was that inspired a songsmith to put pen to paper or fingers to keyboard. Sometimes, though, what we learn about that inspiration is so painful that we may find ourselves reaching for the Kleenex.

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Sinatra Tribute Artist Slated for 50plus EXPO in York

Longtime Frank Sinatra tribute artist Rich DeSimone will be performing at the York County 50plus EXPO on Sept. 27 at the York Expo Center.

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Sixties Flashback: Exploding Ducks, Enormous Knives

When World War II began, Julia McWilliams tried to join the American military but was rejected because of her height. (She stood 6 feet, 2 inches.)

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AM Radio and New Media

Is AM radio a thing of the past? Ford is among the automakers to drop AM radios from its new line of cars. AM radio is not available in electric vehicles because EV technology interferes with the AM reception.

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The Reel Deal: Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part One

This summer, Tom Cruise is back on the big screen as the international spy/adrenaline junkie Ethan Hunt for the seventh (but not final) Mission: Impossible flick, this one subtitled Dead Reckoning, Part One. (Part Two comes out in June 2024.)

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy’

The once-ubiquitous Andrews sisters — Patty, Maxine, and Laverne — premiered “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” in the 1941 Abbott and Costello comedy film Buck Privates. For the beloved Minnesota trio, that perky ditty became their 24th consecutive Decca Records winner.

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