Whitey Ford, Hall of Fame ace for mighty Yankees, died at 91
FILE - In this June 12, 2016 file photo, former New York Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford waves to fans from outside the dugout at the Yankees' annual Old Timers Day baseball game in New York. A family member tells The Associated Press on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020 that Ford died at his Long Island home Thursday night. Ford won 236 games and lost just 106, a winning percentage of .690. Ford holds records for World Series wins (10), games and starts (22), innings pitched (146) and strikeouts (94). Ford won 18 games in his first season back and never won fewer than 11 for 13 straight seasons.
Iconic 80s actor Anthony Michael Hall to host drive-in film festival in Schertz
SAN ANTONIO Popular 80s actor Anthony Michael Hall is set to host a series of drive-in movie screenings in Schertz over the next month. EVO Entertainment announced Anthony Michael Halls Summer Drive-In Film Festival will be held over four weekends in July and early August. The film festival will showcase some of the actors classic films such as The Breakfast Club, Weird Science and 16 Candles. Special guests include actress Kelly LeBrock and actor James Jude Courtney. (Image provided by EVO Entertainment)Each evening will offer a double-feature presentation of two films shown outdoors at the EVO Drive-In experience in Schertz.
Actor Anthony Michael Hall to Make Special Appearance at The Breakfast Club Screening at Schertz Theatre
As of press time, there appear to be tickets for each tier of the screening. General admission includes the film, Q&A session and an entree from a themed brunch menu.The VIP ticket gets you all that plus an autograph from Hall and a free movie ticket for a future showing. From local politics and culture to national news that hits close to home, San Antonio Current has been keeping San Antonio informed for years. If quality journalism is important to you, please consider a donation to San Antonio Current. Every reader contribution is valuable and so appreciated, and goes directly to support our coverage of critical issues and neighborhood culture.sacurrent.com
'80s movie staple Anthony Michael Hall coming to Schertz for Q&A at screening of ‘The Breakfast Club’
Anthony Michael Hall, an 80s movie staple, will attend a special showing of “The Breakfast Club” at EVO Entertainment Schertz on Thursday. The actor, known for many movie roles including “Sixteen Candles,” “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” and “Weird Science,” will offer an Q&A after Thursday’s 6:30 p.m. showing of “The Breakfast Club.”Tickets cost between $49 and $99 and can be purchased online. On Friday, Hall will give an in-person introduction to two showings of his films at Flix Brewhouse in Round Rock. “Sixteen Candles” will play at 6 p.m. followed by “Weird Science” at 9 p.m.