This week’s suggestions: Head to the theater for “Ramona and Beezus” or “Salt,” keep tabs on Comic-Con, watch the end of the Tour de France and celebrate Family Golf Month and National Tell An Old Joke Day.
The big movies keep on coming: Opening this week at the theater are “Salt,” a PG-13 flick starring Angelina Jolie, and “Ramona and Beezus,” a G movie based on the popular book by Beverly Cleary. “Ramona and Beezus” should be a family-friendly hit, and “Salt” is even more relevant these days because of the recent Russian-spy news.
Comic-Con 2010 kicks off Thursday in San Diego, and there will be plenty of news and reports from the U.S.’s biggest comic and pop-culture convention if you can’t make it to the festival. Most entertainment sites will be blogging and sharing video from the convention, which runs through Sunday, or check out the official site, www.comic-con.org.
The Tour de France comes to end Sunday after a grueling month of racing. Get all the news and more at the official website, www.letour.fr/us/index.html. And don’t forget that Major League Baseball is back in action after the All-Star break.
July is Family Golf Month, so if you have an opportunity to hit the links and play some golf with your family, schedule a tee time today! If your children are too young for regular golf or need to hone their skills, don’t forget that miniature golfing is a great way to learn putting (and is fun for everyone). Check out
Today is National Tell An Old Joke Day, so break out those old joke books or head to the Internet for some good ones. You can organize a party around this theme even, with every guest bringing their arsenal of good jokes.
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