“hunger Games” on the Road, New TV Channel Forming, Hell in Helena
May 30, 2014
The Esquire Theatre in Richmond Heights “is temporarily closed while we make upgrades,” reads the note on its website. . .FOX News has registered the lowest ratings in the important 25-54 category. Some of its lowest ratings in 12 years. . .Newsmax is launching a channel with DirecTV. . .Catholic officials in the Helena diocese are the latest to seek bankruptcy protection in the face of hundreds of child sex abuse cases. Dozens of those cases have been filed by Native Americans who say there were assaulted at St. Ignatius Mission, which was set up in the 1840s by our town’s Father Pierre-Jean De Smet. Meanwhile, Jesuit abuse records that were just posted on Bishop/Accountability.org show another Jesuit child molester, Fr. Michael Toulouse, who spent time at St. Louis University. . . Summer, 2015: A touring museum, “Hunger Games,” and a theme park based on the franchise from Lionsgate Studio.