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Espectáculos y shows para entretenerte en varios estado

Posted on 03/31/2014 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

En EspañolNo importa en qué parte del país estés, siempre hay algún lugar a dónde viajar o escaparte un fin de semana con tu pareja o la familia. En nuestro primer blog 10 ciudades 10 eventos te damos algunas ideas para disfrutarlas en abril. 1. En Miami, Florida: del viernes 18 al domingo 20 de abril se presenta el show Shen Yun. Este es uno de los espectáculos culturales más suntuosos que muestra la cultura China, pues reúne miles de años …

Stiff Upper Lips Rejoice: ‘Downton Abbey’ Returns

Posted on 01/3/2014 by | Movies & TV | Comments

EntertainmentThe holidays are over, but to an awful lot of TV viewers Downton Abbey creator/writer Julian Fellowes is Santa Claus and this weekend’s season premiere is their most anticipated Christmas present of the year. Of course, Fellowes did leave fans with a rather unpleasant lump of coal at the end of last year’s finale.  We’d all been tipped that a major character was going to go to that great Afternoon Tea in the Sky, but virtually no one was prepared …

Beatles BBC Live CD Rocks!

Posted on 11/14/2013 by | Movies & TV | Comments

EntertainmentBritish Beatles fans were lucky. Here, we got carefully measured doses of John, Paul, George and Ringo: fleeting TV appearances; tightly choreographed press conferences; surgically timed record releases. In England, it was All Beatles All the Time. At the height of their fame they were still driving around the country for one-night gigs; their TV presence was as ubiquitous as Regis Philbin’s; they had their own weekly radio show, Pop Go the Beatles; and they were regulars on another radio …

50 Years Later, JFK Death Again a TV Event

Posted on 11/8/2013 by | Television and Entertainment | Comments

Bulletin Today | EntertainmentThe flood of upcoming TV specials commemorating the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination threatens to be a little redundant: Conspiracy theories aside, we probably know about as much as we’ll ever get to know about that awful November day. >> Sign up for the AARP Leisure Newsletter That’s not to say that remembering the tragedy isn’t important. It’s just to point out that the most interesting of the JFK-themed programs scheduled to air in the run-up to the Nov. …

Blair Underwood is Not Our Mama’s ‘Ironside’

Posted on 09/8/2013 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

EntertainmentWarning:  Do not tune into NBC’s new “Ironside” with any expectation of a show resembling Raymond Burr’s series of 40 years ago.  As star Blair Underwood himself attests, they really didn’t keep much outside of the name and the central conceit of a disabled lawman operating his own team.  Oh, and Underwood’s Robert Ironside tipples a bit of bourbon at the end of a long day, an homage to Burr. This “Ironside” is as different from that one as 2013 …

‘The Bridge’: Intriguing New Cop Drama On FX

Posted on 07/9/2013 by | Television and Entertainment | Comments

EntertainmentThe Bridge begins with the sudden appearance of a dead body, sliced in half at the torso and straddling the U.S./Mexican border. The crossing is closely watched by dozens of cameras and round-the-clock security personnel — how the body parts were placed there undetected is but the first mystery presented in this moody, unnerving new crime drama, which premieres Wednesday night at 10 on FX. FX is a network on a roll, with a stable of dramatic hits that includes …