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Glen Campbell movie raises awareness of Alzheimer's

The Jewish Association on Aging will host an exclusive screening of the Glen Campbell documentary “I’ll Be Me.”



Deaf and blind Brookline man sues Cinemark

Richard McGann sues Cinemark, claiming the theater company violated his rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.


 
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Tony predictions: It's root, root, root for 'An American in Paris'

Best musical is a competitive category vs. “Fun Home”; the Brits have a “Curious” lead in the categories for top play.



Stage review: Good cast tries to pep up 'How the Other Half Loves'

The best reason to see “How the Other Half Loves” is the cast of six, a talented crew picked from among the city’s best actors.


 

TV review: Lifetime's 'Unreal,' about faux reality show, feels real

A new darkly comic series on Lifetime goes behind the scenes of a reality TV show, heaps scorn on the genre and mixes in soapy plots.



TV Q&A: Some stars demand shorter runs as a condition for accepting series

Questions answered about “How to Get Away With Murder,” “Pretty Little Liars,” “Nashville” and “Stalker.”


 


Breakfast With


Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Lin Shaye

Actress Lin Shaye, who plays a medium in the film “Insidious: Chapter 3,” believes in signs and things unseen.



Patricia Sheridan's Breakfast With ... Bill Paxton

The actor plays his distant cousin, legendary Texan Sam Houston, in the epic new mini-series “Texas Rising” on the History Channel.


 

Art & Architecture


Twenty employees laid off at Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

The layoffs on Tuesday were made as the nonprofit -- the product of a 2006 merger -- nears the end of its fiscal year on June 30.



Heinz Chapel ready to reopen with new cooling system and reassembled pipe organ

The goal of the $3.5 million endeavor was to preserve the fabric of the facility and its 20-year-old pipe organ.


 

Celebrities


PEOPLE: Drake Bell, Iggy Azalea, Shonda Rhimes and more!

Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell tweeted on Monday that he’s still going to call Caitlyn Jenner, “Bruce.”



Bruce Jenner makes debut as woman: ‘Call me Caitlyn’

Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Olympian Bruce Jenner, will debut as a woman on the cover of Vanity Fair’s July issue.