Events of the Week: ‘Star Wars’ Celebration, ‘The Gilded Age’ and More

Here’s a look at this week’s biggest premieres, parties and openings in Los Angeles and New York, including red carpets for Disney’s Star Wars Celebration, This Is Us’ finale and The Gilded Age. This Is Us finale event More from The Hollywood Reporter'Star Wars Jedi: Survivor' Video Game Unveiled at CelebrationDisney+ Adds Warning to 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' Over Scenes That Contain Violence Involving Children'Obi-Wan Kenobi': Inside the Rip-Roaring Fan Screening at Star Wars Celebration The stars of This Is Us celebrated the end of their family drama with a finale event at the Academy Museum on Sunday, two days before it aired on NBC. The...
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Singing Fortune’s Bones

This Sunday the Jeremy Winston Chorale will perform their concert “Black Bodies, Black Bones.” This features the Ohio premiere of “Fortune’s Bones: A Manumission Requiem. David Seitz traces Fortune’s story and the music. For forty years, from the 1940’s to the 1970’s, a man’s skeleton...

Disney Debuts New Star Wars Trailer

The Walt Disney Company on Thursday unveiled a new trailer and key art from its upcoming series Andor at a fan event held in Anaheim, California. The US-based multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate said the series' first two episodes will launch exclusively on the company's streaming service Disney+ on Aug. 31. The series will span 12 episodes for its first season.
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Lewes beaches will be guarded this summer

Visitors to Lewes Beach will see a familiar sight this Memorial Day weekend, but it’s one they were not expecting to see just days ago. Lewes has hired Strohm Edwards, head coach of the Makos Swim Club, to be its new lifeguard captain. The city will now be able to employ a full force of lifeguards for the holiday weekend, and should be able to recruit the 10 to 12 guards necessary for a full patrol. That seemed impossible just a few weeks ago. The situation became so dire that the decision was made to leave beaches unguarded this summer, rather than risk guarding the beaches with a skeleton patrol.