Polar Express in Galveston: An honest Mom’s review 🚂
In “It’s a Wonderful Life,” George Bailey, as portrayed by Jimmy Stewart, identifies the three most exciting sounds in the world as anchor chains, plane motors and train whistles. At the Galveston Railroad Museum located at the end of The Strand in Galveston, families can hop on a magical train to the North Pole. And yes, the train whistle on the Santa Fe F-Unit Warbonnet historic engine means you’re in for an exciting time!
Steve Bing, Film Producer and Philanthropist, Dead at 55
Steve Bing, a famed film financier, producer and philanthropist, died by suicide on Monday at the age of 55. Bing reportedly jumped from the 27th floor of a luxury apartment tower where he lived, TMZ reports. One of the first films he served on as a producer was the Sylvester Stallone thriller Get Carter in 2000. Along with his investments in film projects, Bing was also a large contributor to progressive political causes and used his resources to contribute to philanthropic organizations. RELATED CONTENT:Joel Schumacher, Director of 'Lost Boys' & 'Batman' Films, Dead at 80Ian Holm, Lord of the Rings and Alien Actor, Dead at 88Nanci Ryder, Beloved Publicist to the Stars, Dead at 67