The Priority Report: A Look at Entertainment in July

By Jeannine Stanley

We’re finally into the lazy, hazy days of summer. With extensive coverage of the upcoming National Sand Sculpting Festival including our first print edition, July is certainly going to be a busy month. You know there will be days where you’ll need to “beat the heat”, and the NoBo Priority Report is here to guide you to everything in entertainment for the month of July.

This month, we have two great comic book blockbusters with both Spiderman and Batman flying into a theater near you. In music, a handful of R&B choices as well as a luscious album from Passion Pit and a new release from country music’s Zac Brown Band.  There’s no shortage of good beach reads, including a fictionalized account following two cyclists over a decade and a new sci-fi book in the same vein as The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.  If you’re simply curling up on the couch,  keep cool with a new documentary on post-tsunami Japan, Lisa Kudrow’s new season of Web Therapy, the 2012 London Olympic Games, and the return a NoBo favorite, AMC’s Breaking Bad.

So sit back, relax, and let NoBo Magazine guide you to the best in this week’s entertainment!

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