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With the classic “First Ascent,” Reel Rock came on the scene in a big way in 2006. In the years since the film tour has featured some of the most iconic climbing films to enter an exponentially expanding canon including, “King Lines,” “The Swiss Machine,” “Valley Uprising” and “The Dawn Wall.”

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While he was in law school Gregory Asay went to an energy convention where one of the speakers was talking about how people thought conventional fracking technology was “going to be the end of the world.”

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It’s difficult to fathom anyone who has actually seen “Joker” coming away with the impression it’s a sympathetic origin story or it glorifies mob violence and bloody anarchy.

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They give regular tours and hold all kinds of celebrations and special events at Highclere Castle, the real-life estate some 90 miles west of London that served as the primary home base for the acclaimed and globally popular TV show “Downton Abbey,” which enthralled millions over its six-sea…

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As it turns out, “Ad Astra” is a Latin phrase meaning “To the stars,” and what better way for a film to announce its lofty and perhaps pretentious intentions than with a title sure to send many of us scurrying to a Google search before even seeing the movie.

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The year is 1969. The place is Los Angeles.

But Hollywood, really.

A ruggedly handsome, old-school, 45ish man is driving a cream-colored Cadillac the size of a small boat. He is stopped at a red light when a hippie girl in jean shorts and a halter top glides in front of the car.

She might as well be from Mars for all they have in common.

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The year is 1969. The place is Los Angeles.

But Hollywood, really.

A ruggedly handsome, old-school, 45ish man is driving a cream-colored Cadillac the size of a small boat. He is stopped at a red light when a hippie girl in jean shorts and a halter top glides in front of the car.

She might as well be from Mars for all they have in common.

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The year is 1969. The place is Los Angeles.

But Hollywood, really.

A ruggedly handsome, old-school, 45ish man is driving a cream-colored Cadillac the size of a small boat. He is stopped at a red light when a hippie girl in jean shorts and a halter top glides in front of the car.

She might as well be from Mars for all they have in common.

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The year is 1969. The place is Los Angeles.

But Hollywood, really.

A ruggedly handsome, old-school, 45ish man is driving a cream-colored Cadillac the size of a small boat. He is stopped at a red light when a hippie girl in jean shorts and a halter top glides in front of the car.

She might as well be from Mars for all they have in common.

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“I can help! I’m strong ... and sticky!” — Peter Parker, offering his assistance to a superhero he’s only just met in “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

If you’re still recuperating from the enormous and magnificent but, let’s be honest, also exhausting and sometimes very heavy feast that was “Avengers: Endgame,” the Marvel Universe has just the entree for you: How about a little “Spider-Man” light?

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“I can help! I’m strong ... and sticky!” — Peter Parker, offering his assistance to a superhero he’s only just met in “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”

If you’re still recuperating from the enormous and magnificent but, let’s be honest, also exhausting and sometimes very heavy feast that was “Avengers: Endgame,” the Marvel Universe has just the entree for you: How about a little “Spider-Man” light?

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For decades at sold-out Jackson Hole Cinemas showings, moviegoers may have found their attention split between the latest blockbuster and their silent battle for ownership of a narrow armrest.