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In Depth - Bumblebee

"Bumblebee" is an incredibly nice breath of fresh air compared to the previous Transformers movies. If you have been scarred or turned off by the Michael Bay version of the franchise, then this movie is certainly a welcomed change of pace. -Emmanuel Noisette NOW SHOWING BUMBLEBEE 3D Friday, February 15 through Thursday, February 21 at 7 pm Monday, February 18 at 2 pm Rated PG Running Time 114 minutes Confession: I've never seen a Transformers movie.

In Depth: A Dog's Way Home

A good dog movie with its heart in the right place. -Tomris Laffly, rogerebert.com NOW SHOWING A Dog's Way Home Friday, February 8 through Thursday, February 14 at 7 pm Monday, February 11 at 2 pm Rated PG Running Time 96 minutes   Your kids will love you and you'll probably shed a tear or two. Join us for this heart-warming tale of two med students, Olivia and Lucas, played by Alexandra Shipp and Jonah Hauer-King, who take on Bella, voiced by Bryce Dallas Howard.
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Castle Ridge is Coming to Garrison!

Castle Ridge features husband and wife duo Joy Ward and Mark Clark. Be ready for some sweet and powerful fiddle work, amazing guitar and beautiful vocals as they bring their unique selection of old-time, bluegrass and swing music to Garrison! You will have a good time! Be sure to check out our Facebook page here. The fun will be on Sunday, February 17th from 2:00 p.

In Depth: The Mule

There's nothing heroic about Earl, but in Eastwood's 38th film as a director, he makes the character a felonious centerpiece as likable as anyone could ever imagine. -Rex Reed NOW SHOWING THE MULE   Friday, February 1 through Thursday, February 7 at 7 pm Monday, February 11 at 2 pm Rated R Running Time 116 minutes   The Mule,” starring and directed by 88-year-old screen legend Clint Eastwood, is based on the true story of a 90-year-old man turned drug mule.

ACT I Auditioning for "Lost in Yonkers"

ACT I announces auditions for the play Lost in Yonkers by Neil Simon. The following actors are needed: One woman to play a character age 70’s to 80’s Two women and two men to play characters ages 30s to 40s Two boys, one almost 13, the other almost 16. This play is a comic drama about a dysfunctional family of adults, set in Yonkers, New York during World War II.
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Union Carolers Visit Windsor Manor

Union Carolers entertain residents at Windsor Manor The Union Carolers, a group of singer from the Union High School, stopped at Windsor Manor as one of the fifty stops that they will be making throughout the Christmas season.  The residents at Windsor Manor were able to enjoy a variety of songs with a bit of history about the songs. The singers also dress up in old fashioned clothes adding to the charm of the concert.

Riverbottom Ramblers entertain listeners of all ages

The Riverbottom Ramblers share bluegrass with the listeners The Riverbottom Ramblers of Cedar Rapids, performed at the Farmers Mercantile in Garrison. Riverbottom Ramblers are known for their bluegrass music, and Farmers Mercantile is known for hosting musical groups. Farmers Mercantile partners up with the Garrison Public Library who provides all kinds of food for the audience to enjoy between musical sets.

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY BRINGS STORY OF QUEEN TO PALACE SCREEN

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?  Caught in a land slide, no escape from reality.  Open your eyes, look up to the skies and see.  Do I have you singing yet?  NOW SHOWING Bohemian Rhapsody Fri Dec 7 thru Thu Dec 13 at 7 PM Mon Dec 10 at 2 PM You do not want to miss this film if you enjoy music at all.
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Make plans to see "Last Round-Up of the Guacamole Queens"

"Last Round-Up of the Guacamole Queens" is coming to the Vinton Palace Theatre November 16, 17, and 18! In this deliciously funny Southern-fried comedy, the Verdeen cousins of Sweetgum, Texas Gaynelle, Peaches, and Jimmie Wyvette are up against the clock as they frantically attempt to produce the ultimate high school reunion before the old building is demolished.

School House Rock set to Rock the School this Weekend

The cast of School House Rock perform the musical at the High School this weekend School of Rock opens tonight at 7 pm at the VSHS auditorium. This Andrew Lloyd Webber musical features Ned Schneebly, aka Dewey Finn, played by senior Casey Funk. The story follows the plot of the original Jack Black movie. The slacker Dewey, posing as a teacher,  takes a job at prestigious Horace Green Elementary. Along the way he teaches “musical fusion” to 13 fifth grade students, some tired teachers, several over-protective parents, his best friend the real Ned Schneebly, his uptight girl friend Patty, and “the man,” Rosalie Mullins, the principal, played by senior Sarah Schminke.
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