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The Sound of Music Returns to Select Theaters Nationwide to Celebrate 45th Anniversary with Historic Sing-Along Event

NCM Fathom and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Bring Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Award-Winning Musical Classic to Nearly 500 Select Movie Theaters for Magical Two-Night Event this October Centennial, Colo. – September 28, 2010 – For the first time since 1973, “The Sound of Music” twirls back into theaters nationwide in stunning high definition to commemorate

‘The Sound Of Music’ 45th Anniversary: Theatrical Sing-A Long, Oprah’s Cast Show, Blu-Ray DVDs, Limited Collector’s Set

‘The Sound Of Music‘ 45th Anniversary: Theatrical Sing-A Long, Oprah’s Cast Show, Blu-Ray DVDs, Limited Collector’s Set Twentieth Century Fox is packing quite a marketing whallop behind the 45th anniversary of The Sound Of Music. (Gee, whats left to do for the 50th milestone?) First, the studio is returning the musical to theaters for the

Hills alive with biking

Trapp Lodge adds mountain biking. Sam von Trapp’s been a model, ski instructor in Aspen and Chile, and one of the nation’s most eligible bachelors. Now he’s a mountain biker. A member of one of the world’s most famous family’s, the St. Paul’s School and Dartmouth (’95) grad is at home on the new single

6 Days, 6 States, 6 Peaks

MOUNT WASHINGTON New Hampshire 6,288 feet Difficulty Level: High 8.3 miles over 6 hours WHY GO Mount Washington dominates the Presidentials, the highest range in New England. Renowned rock- and ice-climbing outfits call the nearby village of North Conway home; beautiful and challenging mountain passes attract mountain bikers and road cyclists; and the backcountry skiing is

This is Not Your Fathers Mountain Biking

Twenty years ago the mountain biking image was murky: mud-covered riders on squatty bikes with chunky tires who rode slap-dash, perhaps in places where they shouldn’t be, and left behind some chewed up ground and broken vegetation. Today mountain biking has a sexy, marketable new image. Twenty years ago the mountain biking image was murky: