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Ides of March

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  • Did Shakespeare write that? Forsooth, take our quiz

    Did Shakespeare write that? Forsooth, take our quiz
    "Beware the Ides of March!" the soothsayer warns in William Shakespeare's play "Julius Caesar." When the day comes around, Caesar is stabbed by his enemies and friends, prompting him to ask, "Et tu, Brute?" before dying. Both quotes have made it into our general lexicon, popping up regularly in places like "The Simpsons" and "Community." Shakespeare's works have generated other commonly used phrases too --- can you spot them? Take our Did Shakespeare write that? Quiz.
  • Lots of ways to celebrate Valentine's Day

     Lots of ways to celebrate Valentine's Day
    Still wondering how to celebrate Valentine's Day? How about an oyster fest or murder-mystery dinner? Read on for a sampling of sweet events. Mokena Pile on the aphrodisiac with the three-day Oyster Fest at Tribes Alehouse, 11220 W. Lincoln Hwy....

    George Clooney's 'Monuments Men' no work of art, reviews say

    On paper, "The Monuments Men" has a lot going for it, including a starry cast led by director and co-writer George Clooney and a remarkable true story -- about a group of soldiers on a mission to protect priceless works of art in World War II Europe -- as...

    George Clooney on the Epic Battle to Make 'Monuments Men'

    The walls of his rustic chic home, tucked away on a quiet wooded street in Studio City, are graced with framed black-and-white photographs of gorgeous leading men from a bygone era: Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Gregory Peck and Paul Newman, among them. In his...

    Philip Seymour Hoffman dead: Possible heroin found near body, police say

    Philip Seymour Hoffman dead: Possible heroin found near body, police say
    Academy Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead of an apparent drug overdose inside his New York apartment on Sunday, police said, adding that two glassine envelopes containing what police suspected to be heroin were found near his body....