NEW YORK — AMC Theatres, the nation's largest movie theater chain, will reopen in the U.S. on Thursday with retro ticket prices of 15 cents per movie.
“Righting a Wrong,” a new exhibit at Athens-Limestone Public Library, will be on display through Aug. 31. The exhibit highlights how World War II impacted two individuals connected to Athens.
Created by children with visual impairments, paintings of the Eiffel Tower, a field of flowers and a fire-breathing dragon hang on the walls of the Alabama Center for the Arts.
Sumner Redstone, who joined his family's drive-in movie chain in the 1950s and used it to build a vast media empire that included CBS and Viacom, has died. He was 97.
Paintings for a Purpose, a fundraiser featuring paintings, pottery, metal work, jewelry and photographs created by local amateur and professional artists, will take place Aug. 25-27.
Standing on the stage of the Princess Theatre, Heather Anderson peered out over the 677 seats of the historic performing arts center. For nine years, Anderson, founder of the community Curtain & Lights Theatre Company, dreamed of staging a production at the theater in downtown Decatur.
Followed by a camera operator, Janice Barrett navigated the winding paths of the Bankhead National Forest in Lawrence County, pointing out poison ivy, a copperhead snake and the 3,000-year-old filmy fern.
LOS ANGELES — Wilford Brimley, who worked his way up from movie stunt rider to an indelible character actor who brought gruff charm, and sometimes menace, to a range of films that included "Cocoon," "The Natural" and "The Firm," has died. He was 85.
LONDON — Alan Parker, a successful and sometimes surprising filmmaker whose diverse output includes "Bugsy Malone," "Midnight Express," and "Evita," has died at 76, his family said.