Justin Hayward, longtime singer-songwriter for the Moody Blues will perform at the D&R Theatre in Aberdeen on Thursday night. The show starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are available, ranging from $40 to $60. (There is a also a $4 service charge for each ticket .)
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Unforgettable. That’s how fans felt about Disney’s 2003 hit “Finding Nemo,” and about the film’s breakout supporting character, the infectiously energetic and forgetful blue tang Dory, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres. So unforgettable that anticipation is at a fever pitch for the sequel 13 years in the making, “Finding Dory.” It’s safe to say that fans will be delighted to be reunited with these characters in this charming and heartwarming voyage under (and above) the sea.
Entering the canon of sequels that are better than the original, “The Conjuring 2” exceeds the scope and scares of the surprise ’70s-era horror hit from 2013. “The Conjuring,” starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga as real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, reminded audiences of the power of a good ghost story and proved director James Wan to be a legitimate master of horror. The trio have returned to spook the pants off audiences again, and the sequel is a perfectly executed retro haunting flick that dives deep below the surface to explore themes of vision, belief and faith in what lies beyond the human realm.
The skepticism has been whirling around “Warcraft” since the first trailer dropped for the epic fantasy adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment’s massive multi-player online role playing game, directed by visionary sci-fi auteur Duncan Jones. Orcs… with feelings? And pierced tusks? No good can come of this. Critics have been gleefully sharpening their knives and have wasted no time in eviscerating the blockbuster franchise-launching hopeful. With that context, this may come as a surprise, but “Warcraft” isn’t all that bad.
Summer always starts with a patriotic parade in Ocean Shores, where the annual Flag Day Parade has grown into the largest such event in Western Washington, with more than 75 entries, including dignitaries such as Lt. Gov. Brad Owen and the newly crowned Miss Washington.
Grays Harbor Symphony Orchestra members are preparing “An American Salute” concert for their annual spring performance, scheduled for 7 p.m. Sunday evening. at the Bishop Center on the Grays Harbor College campus.
Sitting in the darkened theater, in the black of the seconds before show time for The Driftwood Players’ spring comedy, “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress,” and one wonders where one is about to be transported.
St. Patrick’s Day starts this year in the dark. You read that right. Galway Bay Irish Pub in Ocean Shores is kicking off the St. Patrick’s Day festivities with a night parade starting at 6 p.m.
When you meet Sarah Hadley, that is when you witness her confidence and her affability in real life — and you might reach the same conclusion that local musical theater maestro Brad Duffy reached.
Is there such a thing as the perfect companion? Can perfection in another be found? Are we perfect enough for our partners?
Considering the story line, it is deeply ironic that “Groundhog Day” is a film that seems to get better with multiple viewings.
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.