The week before a show opens is typically hectic - and the Nikiski Middle-High School's production of the "Sound of Music" is no different.
NEW YORK - This being the 50th anniversary of the film "The Sound of Music," please permit me a poor adaption of a few of its song lyrics, which fit in nicely with our current political climate.
What does the phrase, "buying the election" mean? It seems kind of hyperbolic. I mean, we each have a mind, right? We each have a vote. Nobody can buy that. But I'm finally understanding it, I think. The other day I was singing to my eleven-month-old granddaughter one of our favorites, "Zip-a-dee-doo-dah!" I thought she might enjoy hearing the original. I looked it up on my computer to play it for her, and before it would play, I had to listen to vitriol from a snotty, self-important actor payed to smear politicians on the "other side," and anyone who might agree with them.
Thespians practice Suzuki method for The Sound of Music 4-H Youth Conversation draws community leaders Winter rainbows on the Kenai Peninsula? Hospice to hold A Special Kind of Evening U.S. Senator Murkowski looks forward to the re-opening of the Hart Building in D.C.
(ARA) - The first sign of Christmas is the sound of music heard in stores and serenading callers on hold. No holiday celebration is complete without music. Listening to Bing Crosby's White Christmas is as traditional as baking cookies, sending out holiday cards and decorating the tree.
Now Playing Synopsis: Two evil aliens come to planet Earth on a mission of destruction, and instead end up forming the galaxy's first interplanetary bluegrass folk duo. A massive comet is on a collision course with planet Hondo. When it strikes, all life on that world will be wiped out. Desperate, the Hondonians send heroic General Trius (Nils d'Aulaire) on a mission to seek out a new home amongst the stars. Upon arriving he will unleash a deadly virus capable of destroying all life, thus clearing the way for a massive takeover. Shortly after setting down on planet Earth, however, General Trius is about to set the virus free when he hears the sound of music for the very first time. Entranced, he instead changes his name to Bill, settles down, and starts a family. A few years later, Bill has a regular gig playing bluegrass at a bar owned by Larry (Dee Snider) when inept Hondonian assassin Kevin (Jay Klaitz) arrives on an assignment to complete the failed mission. Instead, Bill and Kevin end up forming the folk duo Future Folk, quickly gaining a loyal following. Meanwhile, with the planned Hondonian takeover of Earth still gaining steam back home, Future Folk must figure out a means of saving their own race without sacrificing another. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Nils d'Aulaire, Jay Klaitz, Julie Ann Emery, April Hernandez Castillo, Dee Snider, Onata Aprile Movie Details Play Trailer Movie Review
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