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Sesame Street responds: Bert and Ernie not gay

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The production company and creator behind Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie said Tuesday, the couple is not gay in refuting a comment by a show writer that suggested the characters are homosexual. Creator Frank Oz ...

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New music releases just in time for Autumn

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Autumn is here! No matter what day you are reading this article, “This is the day the Lord has a made.” We will rejoice and we will be glad in it. I ...

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Wahlberg may be one of most devout believers in Hollywood

Actor Mark Wahlberg has revealed details about his militant daily workout routine, but there was one element that shocked many of his fans – prayer. Wahlberg, who is one of the most ...

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‘God Bless the Broken Road’ tackles faith and military

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Fans of faith-based movies who also have a love for the U.S. military could be a bit busy in the next two months. That’s because three films with military themes are set ...

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CBS releases first episode of ‘God Friended Me’

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CBS All Access has released the first episode of the new series “God Friended Me” online as they try to capture some of the faith-based audience in prime time. As Metro Voice News ...

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HBO drops porn from all its channels

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In a huge victory for cleaner TV, HBO has removed its adult entertainment movies and television programs from both its channels and streaming services. The family entertainment watchdog group Parents Television Council ...

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Tim Tebow’s mom to publish first book ‘Ripple Effects’

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Tyndale House Publishers says that debut author Pam Tebow will publish Ripple Effects in May 2019. In her first book, Tebow uncovers and explores the motivating power of influence that each of us has ...

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New movie tackles firefighter’s ‘prophecy’ of 2016 election

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It was a popular book and now it’s going to the big screen. “The Trump Prophecy” – the story of a firefighter who says God told him Donald Trump would become president ...

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I-70 Drive-In Theater to close before winter

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A Kansas City drive-in icon that provided entertainment to area families for decades will not reopen after the current season. The I-70 Drive-In theater will be shuttered by new owners B&B Theaters. ...

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Operation Finale is a look at best, and worst, of humanity

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World War II movies are their own genre but not many film stories are told from the Jewish perspective. “Operation Finale” (MGM) corrects that lack, giving us a story, begun during the ...

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That is My Dream! by Langston Hughes, to represent Kansas

Each year as part of the Great Reads program at the Library of Congress National Book Festival, every state offers a book that highlights its literary culture and history. At this year’s ...

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Superhero ‘Black Panther’ leads September streaming lineup

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We’ve grown accustomed to a superhero misbehaving in the Marvel and DC universes – whether that’s Iron Man acting like a playboy, Wonder Woman spending the night with a companion, or the ...

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Ben Affleck in rehab after wife brings Bible to intervention

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Ben Affleck is heading back to rehab after his estranged wife, Jennifer Garner, asked him to go amid the actor’s ongoing struggle with alcohol addiction. Garner appeared at the 46-year-old’s home, accompanied by ...

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Crazy Rich Asians an updated Cinderella

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Eleanor Young is not crazy. She’s also not to be trifled with. Just ask anyone who’s ever mistaken her quiet demeanor for passivity. Take, say, the manager of a posh London hotel ...

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Rascal Flatts members talk about raising kids in the faith

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Rascal Flatts member Jay DeMarcus says he and his wife Allison are raising their children Christian because it’s important to have a foundation in Jesus. DeMarcus is a father of two Dylan, 6, and ...

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