Considering the story line, it is deeply ironic that “Groundhog Day” is a film that seems to get better with multiple viewings.
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You know spring is here when the Miss Grays Harbor events begin to appear. This year, the beloved scholarship program for young women presents its pageant event on Feb.19 at 7th Street Theatre.
Get on the bus! Grays Harbor College launches the return of their popular EDVentures later this month.
Opening Friday, Jan. 29 is Hoquiam High School’s three-shows only performance of “13 The Musical”. The energetic song-and-dance show captures life according to 12-year-old New Yorker Evan Goldman— who is on the cusp of turning 13 and looking forward to his Bar Mitzvah. In the midst of this life-changing transition, Evan is uprooted to small town Indiana (like being suddenly uprooted to Hoquiam). Goldman now has six weeks to get all of the cool kids to his party else suffer high school life doomed to unpopularity.
Lois Arnold, Donald Gill and Gail Huggard, all members of the South Beach Writers Group, will read from their books and answer questions at the Westport Timberland Library Saturday, January 30 from 2 to 3 p.m.
Have you ever wondered just what that big bird is that’s flying overhead?
Thank you, J.J. Abrams, and thank you, people at Disney.
You’re not really a fan of anything “Star Wars” until you’ve experience Mel Brooks’ 1987 space movie send-up “Spaceballs: The Movie.”
The cast has been set and the rehearsal schedule is being whisked off to the lucky — and about to be busy — company of actors for the Bishop Center’s spring musical. This year, director Brad duffy is pulling together “Mary Poppins” the musical. Or more officially known as Disney and Cameron MacKintosh’s “Mary Poppins - The Broadway Musical.”
The American Film Institute once ranked “Miracle on 34th Street” as the fifth greatest fantasy in cinematic history. It might rate even higher among holiday classics.
The Harbor is full of colors this year, all thanks to the robust art on display at a variety of locations throughout this festive month.
We’re officially at the beginning of the holidays movie watching bonanza. The season starts out light, with the studios clearing out the last of their funny fare hitting local cinemas as they gradually work toward the heavy dramas of the Oscar-worthy Christmas day openers (it is soon to be award season after all).
Aberdeen High School’s production of “Oklahoma!” opens Friday at the AHS Auditorium, and runs through Sunday. Performances are at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, with a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday.
Sunday marks the first Grays Harbor Symphony concert of the Bishop Center season. This event is called “Hidden Treasures” and will showcase lesser known works like Beethoven’s “12 German Dances”, Grainger’s “Molly on the Shore”, and Vaughan Williams’ “Rhosymedre.” In addition, a live soundtrack will accompany Hilary Audus’ animated short film “The Bear.” The film won a Peabody Award in 1998 and its soundtrack was composed by Howard Blake.