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Make History This Thanksgiving

Can you tell me a little bit about your childhood? What were you like as a child? Whether traveling to visit distant relatives for a grand feast or hosting them at home with takeout, Thanksgiving is a prime opportunity for multiple generations of families to spend time talking together. Some of that time is sure […]

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Rokus @ Niles Library

Winter is perfect time to snuggle up with a good movie and now at Niles Public Library District you can borrow a Roku streaming devices loaded with a selection of the latest movies and television shows. Want to binge watch the latest season of House of Cards or Aziz Ansari’s hit show Master of None? […]

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Movie review: Hitchcock/Truffaut

In late October, I ventured down to the Chicago International Film Festival to see a screening of the documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut.  Anyone who knows anything about me knows that even if anything is remotely suggestive of Alfred Hitchcock, I’m there.  So, of course, when I saw that an entire documentary about the Master of Suspense and […]

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James Bond vs. Action Movies

Pre-opening night (November 5), I watched the 24th official James Bond installment, the fourth with Daniel Craig: Spectre.  I’ve heard everything that it is the best Bond film ever (please!) to it’s the best Daniel Craig Bond film (please!) to it’s OK.  Though, my opinion would fall somewhere between simply OK and making any sort […]

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