Biden, Obama and Trump deliver final midterm push in Pennsylvania

Written by Mark Levy, Steve Poplis and Jill Colvin, The Associated Press HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania (AP) – Swinging state of Pennsylvania is the scene of a clash between presidents Saturday as each party’s biggest star energizes voters just days before voting ends in high-stakes midterm elections across the country. Former President Barack Obama opened today at … Read more

Orlando director Jeremy Segers brings a whimsical new look at misery to Osceola Arts | Art stories + interviews | Orlando


Click to enlarge Photography by Jake Texia, courtesy of Osceola Arts “Misery” opens at Osceola Arts just in time for Halloween Calling all birds dirty. Accumulate your Liberace records after 45’s of “The Monster Mash,” because if you play your cards right, you’ll be spending the Halloween holidays with Annie Wilkes and Paul Sheldon. Orlando … Read more

Review: ‘Werewolf by Night’, ‘Hellraiser’ and Other New Horror Movies to Stream (or Avoid) Now | Movies and TV | Cincinnati

Gael Garcia Bernal plays Jack Russell in Marvel Studios' Werewolf By Night on Disney+.  - Photo: Courtesy of Marvel Studios

Click to enlarge Image source: Marvel Studios Gael Garcia Bernal plays Jack Russell in Marvel Studios’ werewolf at night on Disney+. Here we are, right before Halloween, the coolest season of the year. Fortunately for horror fans, there are a slew of new movies and TV shows to absorb and star in. In this age … Read more

Biden looks to abortion rights to oust Democrats | Policy

President Joe Biden struck a deal Tuesday with ordinary Democrats: elect more Democrats to Congress, and he will sign a law codifying abortion rights on the January 1973 anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision that the Supreme Court reversed in June. “It’s important to elect more Democrats…if we do that, this is the promise … Read more

Biden goes west on trip to three states as midterms approach

By: SUNG MIN KIM and COLLEEN LONG, Associated Press WASHINGTON (Associated Press) — Joe Biden’s three states in the West this week will swing, in short, the midterm strategy of the White House for a president still widely disliked: consolidate his administration’s achievements and emerge where he can effectively mobilize party supporters — all while … Read more