Kam on Film: ‘The Letters,’ ‘Legend’ and What’s New In Theaters

The Letters

Freestyle Releasing

Rated PG for mature themes

Reverential Biopic Chronicling The Life And Times Of Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa (Juliet Stevenson) was born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu in Kosovo on August 26, 1910. At the age of 12, she already expressed an interest in becoming a nun in order …

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Out Of Bounds: UFC 194: Aldo Vs. McGregor … And More!

The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns this week to deliver 30-plus fights spread out over three jam-packed events, an extravaganza that will feature titleholders, crafty veterans, blossoming superstars and more. The Aquarian Weekly will be on hand to cover the monolithic pay-per-view event on Saturday, Dec. 12, and will be providing …

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UFC 194 Play-By-Play And Analysis

Live from Las Vegas, Nevada, The Aquarian Weekly is on hand to deliver live, play-by-play results and analysis. Please check back on Saturday, Dec. 12, for the blow-by-blow updates.

And we are live!

 

John Makdessi vs. Yancy Medeiros

Round 1: The fighters come out exchanging kicks and measuring the …

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Shoreworld: Tony Tedesco, Gorgo Beach and Joe Fletcher – 10th Avenue Burrito – LIVE!

10th Avenue Burrito has been making quite a name lately. Between their new location and the choice of musical offerings they’ve taken on, 10th Avenue Burrito looks to be a winning combination of food, drink and cutting-edge musical contributions.

The original 10th Avenue Burrito opened in Belmar back in 2004 …

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Everynight Charley’s Manhattan Beat: Dead & Company, Blind Guardian, Amaranthe and More

A Silent Film/Bowery Ballroom/November 1, 2015

From 2000 to 2005, Robert Stevenson (vocals/piano/guitar) and Spencer Walker (drums) played in a band called Shouting Myke in their native Oxford, England. In 2008 they formed a new rock band which they named A Silent Film after Stevenson wrote a song using the …

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Maria’s Local Radar – All Time Low – LIVE – Nov. 22 At The Starland Ballroom

Friends, family, avid readers of this column; welcome back. It’s another week to talk music, and with the holidays right around the corner, I have a lot of things on my wish list that have to do with music—concert tickets, vinyl records, and more. I think it’s safe to say …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Return Of The Secret Agent Man

EASTON, PA—It was a wealth of riches at the State Theatre Friday and Saturday November 13 and 14. Johnny Rivers performed an organic set of electric originals fit for the garage when his earthy and bare-bones band turned it up to barely touch his decades-long catalog of hits. The Louisiana …

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Kam on Film: ‘Youth,’ ‘Chi-Raq’ and What’s New In Theaters

Youth

Fox Searchlight Pictures

Rated R for profanity, sexuality and graphic nudity

Caine And Keitel Co-Star As Aging BFFs In Surreal Meditation On Mortality

Fred Ballinger (Michael Caine) has chosen to withdraw from the limelight after a storybook career as a celebrated composer and conductor. He’s presently being pampered with …

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Queued Up: Holiday Gift Guide – Part I

CREEPY KINO CLASSICS

Over the last year and a half, Kino Lorber has been unleashing an impressive collection of well-known and lesser-known studio fare from the Forties through the Eighties. Among this deluge of titles are some nice creepshows that many horror aficionados have been awaiting in HD for quite …

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Shoreworld: Thomas Wesley Stern – Never Leaving; Dentist – A New Direction

Thomas Wesley Stern – Never Leaving

Thomas Wesley Stern has always been a favorite here at the Aquarian, and I’m glad to have them back with another musical offering. Featuring music crafted from the original methods of past greats, Thomas Wesley Stern travels many a road to discover true …

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