Conway Area Humane Society will be at the Gibson Center for Senior Services on July 29th from 11am-2pm to collect and distribute pet food. We are in need of all varieties of unopened pet food including: wet cat food, canned dog food, dry kibble, puppy/kitten, adult, and senior recipes, please.
There will be adoptable dogs on site and we will be highlighting our available senior pets
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Hooray for Hollywood: Here are this past weekend’s box office results.
1 Thor: Love and Thunder, $46 million.
2 Minions: The Rise of Gru, $26 million.
3 Where the Crawdads Sing, $17 million.
4 Top Gun: Maverick, $12 million.
5 Elvis, $7.6 million.
6 Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank, $6.3 million. (CINEMA SCOOP .. The film cost $45 million to produce)
7 The Black Phone, $5.3 million.
8 Jurassic: Dominion, $5 million.
9 Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris, $1.9 million.
10 Lightyear, $1.3 million.
Cabaret (1998 version) Click here for cast announcement
Book by Joe Masteroff, music by John Kander, and lyrics by Fred Ebb. Based on the play I Am A Camera by John Van Druten, which was adapted from the novel Goodbye To Berlin by Christopher Isherwood.
July 7 – 24
Directed by Mark Sickler
There was a Cabaret and there was a Master of Ceremonies and there was a city called Berlin in a country called Germany and it was the end of the world. And I was dancing with Sally Bowles and we were both fast asleep. It’s a new decade, with a new era on the horizon. American writer Cliff Bradshaw, newly arrived finds himself swept up in the seedy, liberating, and heady nightlife of Berlin, a city and a country sitting on a powder keg of political upheaval. Based on the play I Am A Camera, which is based on Christopher Isherwood’s famous novel, Goodbye To Berlin, this Kander & Ebb musical masterpiece features such unforgettable hits as “Willkommen”, “Money”, and of course, “Cabaret”. Leave your troubles outside, and join us at the Kit Kat Club this July.