This week in Malâ€™s World, Mal Vincent tells us why he selected Tammy and the Bachelor as the film to pay tribute to the late actress, Debbie Reynolds, at his summer film festival this year. Why not choose Singinâ€™ in the Rain or The Unsinkable Molly Brown? Mal shares his thoughts about Reynolds as week two of the festival kicks off at the NARO Expanded Cinema in Norfolk. The festival continues with this feature on Monday, July 17th at 7:15pm. For more information visit the Naro Expanded Cinema.
This Week in Mal’s World, Mal Vincent recalls the time he was introduced to the legendary music artist, Lionel Richie. Wait until you hear who made it happen! Lionel Richie will be performing at the Portsmouth Pavilion, Thursday, June 29, 2017. Listen to archived features from Mal Vincent online. You can also hear Mal on the NPR One App.
This week in Mal’s World, as Bette Midler is up for a Tony Award this weekend for her starring role in “Hello, Dolly!” on Broadway, Mal Vincent recalls the time The Rose came to Hampton Roads to perform before she became a star. He’ll share what legendary singer said about Norfolk at that time and why she could thank the city if she wins! Listen to archived features from Mal Vincent online. You can also hear Mal on the NPR One App.
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Selecting a term
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