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The film festival also has editions around the globe, from London and Liverpool and Tokyo and LA.

The Lift-Off Film Festival makes a bumpy local landing

July 2nd, 2015

The film festival also has editions around the globe, from London and Liverpool and Tokyo and LA.

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  • The local artist pieces together paper creations made from past works.

  • Who doesn’t want to hear Arnie scream “It’s not a tumor!” again?

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  • When Miguel opened for Drake at MGM Grand in November, he did it in rock-star mode. Now, he continues in that direction.

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