‘Black Swan’ leads Phila. Film Festival
Black Swan, Darren Aronofsky’s psychological thriller set in the competitive world of ballet and starring Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, and Winona Ryder, will open the 19th annual Philadelphia Film Festival on Oct. 14. 127 Hours, Danny Boyle’s true-life tale of the adventurer Aron Ralston (James Franco), who cuts off his arm to save himself, will be the festival’s closing-night movie on Oct. 23.
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Bobcats may be without star LB
HUNTINGTON — Beyond the similar colored uniforms, the close proximity between schools and the 53-game history with each other, Marshall University running back Martin Ward picked up on another connection shared between his team and the Ohio Bobcats in the days leading up to last year’s Little Caesars Pizza Bowl in Detroit.
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Word of the Day: Success Defined
*Success tends to defy a simple definition. It can mean the ability to achieve what you desire to achieve. It can mean making things work out for the best in spite of the opposition. It can mean to do well doing most things, do well at everything, or do the right things well.Ross Perot once […]
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