The National Weather Service in Huntsville said strong to severe storms and heavy rainfall are possible Friday night into early Saturday morning. Read moreNWS: Strong to severe storms, heavy rainfall possible this weekend
Fayetteville High School’s basketball season came to an end in the quarterfinals of the Class-A TSSAA BlueCross State Tournament going down in a battle to Chattanooga Prep 57-49. Read more'An intense ballgame:" Tiger season ends in elite eight
Wearing a crown and a black and gold T-shirt proclaiming her 100th birthday, Martha Harper became a member of the centenarian club whose membership is less than 100,000 nationally, according to AARP. Read moreHappy 100th birthday: Martha Harper becomes member of the centenarian club
This week’s new entertainment releases include fresh albums from Lana Del Rey and Ellie Goulding, the landing of “Top Gun: Maverick” on Paramount+ and a TV show centered on an FBI agent who gets pulled into danger and secret missions aboard “The Night Agent” streams on Netflix. Apple TV+ has “My Kind of Country,” in which Jimmie Allen, Mickey Guyton and Orville Peck search for talented amateur artists, while actor Mae Whitman, best-known for her roles in “Parenthood” and “Good Girls,” demonstrates she can also sing in her new rom-com series “Up Here” for Hulu.
A trip to Paris should be on everyone’s bucket list, even John Wick. The Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre — what better way to refresh your soul, even as you kick everyone else’s bucket? The un-retired assassin does indeed dive into the City of Lights in the inventive and thrilling “John Wick: Chapter 4” a sequel which elevates and expands the franchise, says Associated Press critic Mark Kennedy. The fourth installment is more stylish, more elegant and more bonkers, he argues. The very R-rated movie comes out Friday.
Public screenings in Hong Kong of a slasher film that features Winnie the Pooh have been scrapped, sparking discussions over increasing censorship in the city. Film distributor VII Pillars Entertainment announced on Facebook that the release of “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey” on Thursday had been canceled with “great regret” in Hong Kong and neighboring Macao. It did not elaborate. For many residents, the Winnie the Pooh character is a playful taunt of China’s President Xi Jinping, and Chinese censors in the past had banned social media searches for the bear. In 2018, another film featuring the bear character was reportedly denied a release in China. The film being pulled in Hong Kong has prompted concern on social media over the territory’s shrinking freedoms.
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Editor’s note: This is the ninth in a series of Q&As with the teachers who have been chosen by Lincoln County Schools, Fayetteville City Schools and Riverside Christian Academy as teachers of the year. Read moreTeacher of the Year: Flintville School