The weekend is here at last. Time to cut loose and enjoy some live music at your favorite watering hole. Thanks to the Victoria Area Music Assiciation and their hard work supporting and promoting live music in the Crossroads, we are able to share the weekend schedule with you...
Summertime is almost over, and so there wont' be many chances left to enjoy some fantastic summertime drinks. Here are a few that may just keep the summer fire burning bright as you prepare for the fall fun.
Piña Colada Sangria (original source)
1 (750ml) bottle White Wine (ex...
At last another weekend is here. Time to blow off some steam, hit the dance floor, have a cold one and take in some live music. There's no shortage of places to go to find some music to enjoy. Here's what's on the schedule courtesy of the Victoria Area Music Association...
We're knee-deep in the summer movie season and the hits just keep on coming. Despite mixed buzz, 'Maleficent' opened very strong, not coming close to the massive numbers of the past few weekends, but certainly holding its own. However, the success of Disney's latest live action effort meant that the weekend's other big release, Seth MacFarlane's 'A Million Ways to Die in the West,' fared less well.
It took a movie with a zillion stars to do it, but ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn’ has finally been knocked off its perch at the top of the charts. Despite blistering reviews, ‘New Year’s Eve’ brought in $13.7 million in its debut, making it the most popular movie at the box office this weekend.
In its second week of release, strong word-of-mouth and positive reviews propelled ‘The Help’ past ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ to take the number one spot at the box office this weekend, while ‘Apes’ moved to the number two slot.
‘The Help’ earned $20.5 million, while ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ pulled in $16.3 million.
As expected, Pixar’s ‘Cars 2′ easily took first place at the weekend box office, netting a healthy $68 million. That’s about $8 million higher than the original ‘Cars,’ which opened to $60.1 million in 2006.