By John DeSando, WCBE's "It's Movie Time," "Cinema Classics," and "On the Marquee"
The summer of 2010 just registered a thriller worth seeing, a James Bond/Mission Impossible incoherent concoction starring the durable Tom Cruise as FBI agent Roy Miller and Cameron Diaz as June Havens, whose life just got more complicated than arguing with her firefighter about an engagement ring. The couple is on the run, he as an alleged rogue agent and she caught in his vortex by happenstance.
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Columbus, OH – Voting ends this Saturday for a new statue to represent Ohio in Congress's Statuary Hall. Ohio Historical Society spokesperson Kim Schutte tells Alison Holm the process began when a state study commttee decided to retire the statue of former Governor William Allen, whose views on slavery made him a less-than-ideal representative in modern times. ----- For more information about the candidates and how to cast a ballot, go to www.-legacyforohio.org.
Columbus, OH – After several weeks of debate -- and several rounds of voting -- the Columbus City Schools board narrowly approved a bus contract that will save the district some money -- and let preparations for the 2010 school year get underway. Alison Holm reports.