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Daily Archives: October 23, 2017
Monday, October 23, 2017
On Religion: “My father was an atheist, but I love God. My husband was raised an atheist, too, German atheist. We don’t practice any formal religion. I’m raising my kid definitely to believe in God. But we talk about all the gods. We’re very interested in the gods as a group.” (The Washington Post, 1991)
Story About Taylor Swift Refusing To “Get Involved” With Pink, Bette Midler,Kim Kardashian Feud Is Made-Up
Tickets to Bruce Springsteen’s sold-out Broadway debut are going for over $1,700 on StubHub. At the box office, a premium ticket to “Hello, Dolly!” with Bette Midler or “Hamilton” can go for as much as $998 at select performances.
“The bad news of course is that fans of limited means are shut out of these shows unless they plan to re-mortgage their homes,” said Roma Torre, anchor and theater critic on NY1. “There are lotteries for cheaper same-day tickets, but the odds of winning a pair of those seats aren’t much better than a lightning strike outside the theater.”
Movies You Missed: ‘Hocus Pocus’
October 14, 20177:57 AM ET
Heard on Weekend Edition Saturday
Movies You Missed gets into the Halloween spirit this week. A colleague we found in the elevator was wearing a Hocus Pocus pin but had never seen the movie. We decided to fix that.
(SOUNDBITE OF FILM, “HOCUS POCUS“)
BETTE MIDLER: (As Winifred “Winnie” Sanderson) Oh, look. Another glorious morning – makes me sick.
SCOTT SIMON, HOST:
Oh, but I love mornings. They can only mean one thing.
Thw Pit Mews
Staff picks: Halloween movies
October 23, 2017
With hundreds of thousands of Halloween titles to rifle through online, the thought of missing out on the spookiest movies can be frightening.
And with Halloween in about a week, there isn’t a better time to sit back with friends, snack on overpriced candy from Rite Aid and nervously laugh at scary movies you thought wouldn’t actually scare you.
From ’70s horror flicks to present-day thrillers, The Pitt News culture staff created a movie lineup that’s sure to startle you, make you laugh and maybe event haunt you for days after.