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Universal(NEW YORK) -- Chris Pratt is proving that he's all-American. The actor posted a video to Facebook Wednesday, teaching his son the Pledge of Allegiance.

The video, which has been viewed over 880,000 times, was paired with this caption: "Meant to post this on #MemorialDay but I was in China and my phone wasn't working. I'm proud to be American. I'm blessed to get to travel the world! #IPledgeAllegiance."

In the 34-second video, his son Jack repeats everything he says. 

Pratt is gearing up to star in Jurassic World, which opens nationwide June 12.

Meant to post this on #MemorialDay but I was in China and my phone wasn't working. I'm proud to be American. I'm blessed to get to travel the world! #IPledgeAllegiance

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Vivian Zink/NBC(NEW YORK) -- David Duchovny will return to The X-Files universe in early 2016, but in the meantime he's starring in a new drama for NBC.

Aquarius, premiering Thursday night at 9 p.m. Eastern time, is set in 1967 Los Angeles, and features Duchovny as a homicide detective investigating the disappearance of a 16-year-old girl who, it turns out, has become one of Charles Manson's followers.

Duchovny believes that people's memories of the 1960s have been tainted because of Manson, who's played by Game of Thrones actor Gethin Anthony on the miniseries.

He told reporters, "The hippies got blamed for anarchy and murder through Charles Manson, he became a symbol."

Duchovny is generally not a fan of cop dramas, but he argued that Aquarius takes a different approach to problem-solving.

He said, "I think the technology makes for really bad storytelling, 'cause you have these CSI things and it's like just f***in' dust it. Now we got our killer."

"I'm like a Sherlock Holmes fan, deductive reasoning is a much more interesting way to solve. I actually like the Aquarius frame of mind better, which is, how do I outsmart this guy, how do I trap this guy. Not, he sneezed, we got him," he continued.

Following the series premiere of Aquarius, NBC will release all 13 episodes on its website and mobile app.

You'll be able to catch Duchovny in Fox's X-Files revival beginning January 24, 2016.

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Claudette Barius/Warner Bros.(NEW YORK) -- The boys are back in Hollywood. In the film adaptation of the hit HBO series Entourage, Adrian Grenier's Vincent Chase wants to step behind the camera to write and direct his first big-budget film. Grenier told ABC Radio what else fans can expect from the film.

"It's everything that you always want from Entourage. It's the American dream," he said at the New York City premiere inside the Paris Theater Wednesday night. "It's the lifestyle that's the most exciting and indulgent with no consequences. But fundamentally it's about doing it with your friends, your family and living a ride with the people you love."

Kevin Dillon, who portrays his older brother Johnny "Drama" Chase, agreed.

"It's just a little more Entourage. We haven't strayed away from it too much. It's going to be almost more like season two [or] season three when the guys are together more, but yet it's bigger and it's longer. We have moments where we can actually take a beat. On the show, we couldn't even really take a dramatic pause or a comedic beat here and there. So, from an actor's point of view it's better because you can do that kind of stuff."

What can we expect from fan-favorite Vinny? Grenier said of his character, "He's got such a big heart and he's so selfless. Even though he could and has earned the right to be selfish and indulge everything he always wanted, he still remains like a selfless guy."

In the film, moviegoers can expect tons of cameos, including from Liam Neeson, Ed O'Neill, Kelsey Grammer and Andrew Dice Clay.

For Grenier, one musician who made a cameo was his favorite. "I'm a huge fan of Pharrell's and love his environmental work as well as his music so it was an honor to work with him." 

Entourage, also starring Jerry Ferrara as Turtle and Jeremy Piven as agent Ari Gold, hits theaters June 3.

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David Welker/TLC(NEW YORK) -- While TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Counting after a report revealed sexual misconduct allegations against Josh Duggar, there's speculation that a spin-off of the reality series could happen at the cable network.

People magazine, citing a source close to the Duggars, says a show centered on a couple of newlyweds in the family, Jill and Derick Dillard and Jessa and Ben Seewald, is a possibility.

The source says of 19 Kids and Counting, "The show had begun to focus more and more on the next generation of Duggars, anyway -- mainly Jill and Jessa and their marriages and babies."

"That's when the show got its highest ratings," the source adds.

Last week, In Touch magazine reported that Josh Duggar was investigated in 2006 for alleged misconduct starting when he was 14 years old.

He responded to the report in a statement provided to People magazine and later posted to Facebook, admitting, "Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret. I hurt others, including my family and close friends. ...I sought forgiveness from those I had wronged."

On Friday, TLC announced it was pulling all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting from the air. Since then, a number of the show's sponsors have dropped out. The latest sponsors to cut ties, according to reports, include CVS, H&R Block and Keurig.

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Adam Rose/FOX(LOS ANGELES) -- Some positive news for Lindsay Lohan -- she's completed the community service obligations required of her in connection with a 2012 reckless driving case.

Santa Monica City Attorney Terry White told E! News Wednesday that the Mean Girls star has fulfilled her obligations ahead of Thursday's deadline, which coincides with a court hearing in the matter.

In February, a Los Angeles judge ordered Lohan, 28, to perform an additional 125 hours of community service after a prosecutor questioned community service credit the actress received while in London working on her play, Speed-the-Plow.

Lohan was ordered to perform community service as part of her sentence related to her crash with a truck on the Pacific Coast Highway.

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The Hollywood Reporter(LOS ANGELES) -- Amy Schumer thinks she's figured out the reason for the inequality of women in show business.

"I think people hate women," the Inside Amy Schumer creator and star declared during a roundtable of comedic actresses assembled by The Hollywood Reporter for its June 5 edition.

"I don't think they want to hear a woman talk for too long," adds the 33-year-old comedian. "A lot of people project their mom yelling at them."

"My [career] has been about tricking people into listening. I'm not saying all men hate women, but there's such an aggression," she states.

Schumer was joined by Girls' Lena Dunham, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt's Ellie Kemper, Jane the Virgin'sGina Rodriguez, Black-ish's Tracee Ellis Ross and Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon for a discussion about the struggles of being a woman in the entertainment business and the sexism they've encountered throughout their careers.

"I was up for a role and auditioned in character," Rodriguez, 30, tells the industry trade publication. "They're like, 'We love her. But can she come back in with a tight black dress?'"

"I said, 'That doesn't make any sense for the character.' They were like, 'We need to know if you're pretty enough to be on the cover of a magazine,'" notes Rodriguez.

Dunham, 29, recalls a man who not only refused to take her seriously as the creator, writer, producer and star of her HBO series, but also body-shamed her afterwards.

"I heard a guy on my show say into his microphone, 'I hate this job. I can't wait to be back on a show where there's a man at the helm,'" she recalls. "Later, that same guy came up to me at lunch and said, 'You're really enjoying that buffet, aren't you?'"

The Hollywood Reporter's June 5 edition is available now.

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Peter Kramer/NBC(HOUSTON) -- Jeremy Renner had a little downtime during a trip to Houston, Texas, for the Comicpalooza convention, so he decided to crash a wedding.

"There was a reception at the bar in the hotel I stayed in," the Avengers: Age of Ultron star tells People magazine. However, he was careful not to upstage the guests of honor.

"I was approached by many people to take photos," he explains, "and I said that this is the bride and groom's special night, so out of respect I declined photos not to take away attention from the real stars of the evening."

Renner notes he went so far as to hide "in the corner of the bar as to not draw attention and have a beverage after my day of work."

"I did enjoy conversations with many of the guests for about 15 minutes and went off to enjoy the sights of Houston for the night," recalls the 44-year-old actor, who adds, "I also shared my congratulations to the guests and the bride and groom."

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Image Group LA/ABC(NEW YORK) -- Note to young fans: Taylor Swift is not your mom.

While catching up with her fans on Tumblr this week, Taylor addressed one girl in particular who keeps calling her “mom.” She responded to a video from the girl’s actual mom, in which the woman asks her daughter to stop using the maternal term to refer to Taylor.

In case you’re not aware, teens use “mom” as a compliment to describe a super cool female whom they wish would be their second mom.

"Maddie," Taylor writes to the girl. "This is a passionate plea and I see her reasoning. Your mom birthed you. I was off playing in coffee houses. Your mom tended to you when you cried as a toddler. I drew lyrics on my arms and stomped around in cowboy boots while you cried in the night. Your mom taught you how to speak and read. I was like ‘come on! Let’s all have fun and jump around at this concert and paint our faces with glitter!’"

"So no, I have not earned the right to be referred to as your 'Mom,’" she continues. "I’m more like your crazy aunt. So you shall not call me 'Mom’. No, it’s Aunt Becky."  

In case you forgot, “Becky” refers to an Internet meme Taylor embraced last year.

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Timothy White/E!(NEW YORK) -- Has Khloe Kardashian moved on from rapper French Montana to former basketball player Rick Fox?

According to Us Weekly, the two were spotted last Friday on a date at Casa Vega, a Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles' Sherman Oaks neighborhood.

Several eyewitnesses said they saw the two come in late and grab a table. One source added, "It looked to be a fun date. She seemed happy."

The magazine says the pair have known each other for years. 

Fox, who is set to reprise his role on BET's The Game when it returns this fall, was previously married to Vanessa Williams. He also was linked to Bring It On actress Eliza Dushku. The two split last year.

Kardashian was last seen with her on-again, off-again boyfriend French Montana in March. She split with her estranged husband, basketball player Lamar Odom, in 2013.

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David M. Russell/CBS(NEW YORK) -- When Kalinda, played by Archie Panjabi, and Alicia, played by Julianna Margulies, shared a final scene together on the recent season finale of The Good Wife, it almost seemed too good to be true.

After the scene aired, rumors spread online that the two actresses shot the scene separately and the final product was computer generated.

"All I can say is this: The decision making process is not something I'm privy to," Panjabi cryptically toldE! News when asked about the rumors.

The actress, who was on the CBS drama since 2009 before exiting at the end of this seaon, did admit that "it was hard to say goodbye." But, she added, her departure had been in the works for two years.

So, don't expect her to return in the future. "I don't think so," she told E!, explaining that Kalinda, "came in as a mystery and left as a mystery."

The plan now is for Panjabi to headline a drama pilot for 20th Century TV this spring.

The Good Wife will return to CBS in the fall. 

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Jeffrey R. Staab/CBS (LOS ANGELES) -- Dennis Sheehan, U2's longtime tour manager, died early Wednesday morning at a hotel in West Hollywood, California.  

KABC confirms the news of Sheehan's passing, and reports the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to a cardiac arrest call at the Marquis Hotel at 5:40 a.m. local time.

Sheehan had been accompanying U2 on their recently launched iNNOCENCE eXPERIENCE tour. The band had just played the first of five scheduled concerts at the L.A. area venue, The Forum.

In a statement posted on the band's official website, U2 frontman Bono says of Sheehan, "We've lost a family member, we're still taking it in. He wasn't just a legend in the music business, he was a legend in our band.  He is irreplaceable."

Arthur Fogel, a rep for tour promoter Live Nation, also released a message that declares, "With profound sadness we confirm that Dennis Sheehan, U2's longstanding tour manager and dear friend to us all, has passed away overnight.  Our heartfelt sympathy is with his wonderful family."

Sheehan was born in 1946, making him either 68 or 69 at the time of his death. According to Billboard, he grew up in Ireland and played in a rock band throughout his teens, then began working for various artists, including Lou Reed and Led Zeppelin, in a behind-the-scenes capacity.  Sheehan's long tenure with U2 began prior to the release of the group's 1983 album, War.

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Claudette Barius/Warner Bros.(NEW YORK) -- When Kevin Connolly reprises his role as Eric Murphy in the film adaptation of the former HBO series, Entourage, he'll be showing a lot of skin.

To prepare for the film, the actor said on Wednesday's Live with Kelly and Michael that he "basically didn't eat for three days was the way to go. ...I was like, starving and like doing my best to work out but I didn't have any energy. It was...hard! It's uncomfortable, you know?"

What made it especially uncomfortable for Connolly was the fact that one of his favorite movie stars was also on set that day.

"I'm in, like, a pink bathrobe or something and on that day Liam Neeson was working," he said. "Like, Liam Neeson, our Irish hero, of course, my idol. He walks in and I'm in a pink bathrobe getting body makeup. And I'm like, 'How you doing? Nice to meet you. I'm Kevin.' He's like 'Yes, you are!'" 

Connolly continued: "He's like, 'What are you doing over there?' I'm like, 'Well, you know, I'm getting ready to this scene. I'm dieting. I'm getting body makeup.' And he's like, 'Yeah, yeah, yeah, but you gotta do it. You're gonna be looking at this for the rest of your life.'"

Neeson is among the stars, including Pharrell Williams, Ed O'Neill, Kelsey Grammer and Andrew Dice Clay, making cameos in the film.

Entourage, also starring Adrian Grenier as Vincent Chase, Kevin Dillon as Johnny "Drama" Chase, Jerry Ferrara as Turtle, and Jeremy Piven as agent Ari Gold, hits theaters June 3.

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ABC/Rick Rowell(LOS ANGELES) -- Britt Nilsson was sent home last week on The Bachelorette, but this week she's sharing photos proving that she's still happily with Brady Toops.

The two met on this season of the ABC competition, which was different than past seasons because two bachelorettes, Nilsson and Kaitlyn Bristowe, met 25 men, who were asked to vote for the woman they wanted to see remain on the show. When Nilsson was eliminated, Toops told Bristowe that his heart belonged to Nilsson, and that he was removing himself from the competition.

Toops' stunt worked, and the two reportedly began dating shortly after.  The proof? Nilsson shared a photo Tuesday on Instagram of the two hiking. The caption reads, "Mean muggin @bradytoops."

Toops, who shared the same photo, captioned his, "So maybe I hike in 'skinny jeans', but my hiking partner is prettier than yours, and she'll take you out. Nah just kidding, she's too sweet for that.. #hollywood."

Toops also posted a series of photos of the couple, including one where Nilsson plants a kiss on Toops' cheek.

Behind the scenes from Episode 3 of "The Bachelorette".. the beauty herself, miss @brittkarolina y'all!

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Another photo of the two gazing out at a sunset while stuck in an embrace is paired with a quote by author C. JoyBell C.: "Never waste any amount of time doing anything important when there is a sunset outside that you should be sitting under." 

The Bachelorette, with Bristowe looking for love, returns Monday at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.

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Universal(NEW YORK) -- The last time we saw Jason Statham onscreen, he was playing the bad guy in Furious 7. But in his latest film, Spy, where he stars opposite Melissa McCarthy, the British actor gets funny.

Statham -- who's best-known as an action star in movies like The Transporter and The Expendables -- admits in the June issue of Esquire that previously, he hesitated to take on comedy roles.

"I've always been apprehensive about trying to do a f***ing comedy, because they're either brilliant or they're f***ing terrible," he explains. "At least in making an action film, there's always going to be someone who wants to see a car chase. Even if a lot of the people don't like it, there will be a lot of people that do. But bad comedy is just garbage."

But Statham says Spy "works, and I give a lot of the credit -- or all of the  f***ing credit -- to [writer] Paul [Feig] and the writing."

If you're surprised to see Statham back on the big screen so soon after starring in Furious 7, which is still playing, the actor says he's just getting the work while he can.

"It's that peasant mentality," he said. "Make hay while the sun shines. When you're kicking around and you ain't got no money, that don't feel too good. So when there's finally money coming in, it's hard to say, 'I'm too good for that.' It's finding a balance, really, and it's a difficult thing to manage. But have I taken on too many jobs? Probably." 

Has that philosophy ever prompted Statham to do a movie he now regrets?  "Yeah, I think I've said that more often than not. Yeah."

Spy, also starring Rose Byrne, Jude Law and Allison Janney, hits theaters June 5.

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Charley Gallay/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Actress Tatum O'Neal was once married to tennis star John McEnroe, but now she's looking for love in different places.

"I like women," O'Neal tells People magazine. "I definitely have been dating mostly women recently." 

"I think women are the most amazing creatures on earth," she continues. "They're gentle, and also more intelligent than the men that I've met recently. I don't have a steady right now, but I look forward to it." 

In describing her sexuality, O'Neal said: "I'm not one or the other." 

O'Neal and McEnroe split in 1992 after six years of marriage and three children: Kevin, 29, Sean, 28 and Emily, 24. 

O'Neal, who has long struggled with substance addiction, says she's still clean. "I'm the most content I've ever been," she says. "I'm the proudest mother in the history of the world."

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Acoustic Concert Series

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Thurs. May 21st
6:00PM - 8:30PM

Live music, food and fun!  Every third Thursday, join AMoA for its most popular recurring socail event.  

Enjoy lively conversation with friends, connect with art, listen to music hosted by John Wakefield and featuring a guest musician, and snack on tasty food and drink.

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Wild Night of Art

May 29th
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Raise a glass to the Alexandria Zoo! Join Friends of the Alexandria Zoo (FOTAZ) at Wild Night of Art for an adult-only evening event featuring art, wine and wildlife. Must be 21 or older to attend.


Crawfish for CASA

Friday, May 29, 2015

4:00pm - 7:00pm

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Tickets: $15/person
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The 2nd Annual Walk For Obesity

Saturday May 30th

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Greco Bowl

May 31st


The Gem of Downtown Alexandria
1014 3rd Street
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Get ready for an event unlike any other! Louisiana’s own Chef John Folse has graciously agreed to donate his culinary talent and goods for St. Mary's Greco Bowl 2015. Featuring a delicious soup, salad, and dessert, guests are promised to walk away filled with a flavorful meal. Chef Folse will also provide a cooking demonstration that will include a discussion of the many delicacies that come from our beautiful state.

A cash bar and silent auction will also be part of the festivities, as well as bowls hand painted by the residents of St. Mary’s.

Proceeds of this event help to improve the quality of life for the residents of St. Mary’s. Each ticket is $100.00. Seating is limited to 98 individuals.

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