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  • Minister suspended 30 days for officiating at son's gay wedding

    A day after convicting a Pennsylvania pastor of breaking church law by officiating at his son’s same-sex marriage, a Methodist jury suspended the Rev. Frank Schaefer for 30 days and told him he should surrender his credentials if he could not follow...
  • News of the Weird: Worth the Commute

    News of the Weird: Worth the Commute
    Downtown London residences are known to be staggeringly expensive, but media blogger Sam Cookney calculated in October just how much. Cookney said he can live in an upscale apartment in Barcelona, Spain, and commute almost every workday to London (700...
  • Brittany Murphy cause of death questioned, poisoning alleged

    Brittany Murphy cause of death questioned, poisoning alleged
    Brittany Murphy's death may not have been from natural causes, her estranged father says, citing a new toxicology report that suggests death via poisoning.  The "8 Mile" and "Clueless" actress, who passed away in December 2009 at age 32, was declared to...
  • NY Times' Cheers For Hartford Stage's 'Gentleman's Guide' On Broadway

    NY Times' Cheers For Hartford Stage's 'Gentleman's Guide' On Broadway
    Most New York critics gave killer reviews to the musical “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” which premiered last year at Hartford Stage and which opened on Broadway Sunday night at the Walter Kerr Theatre. Leading the cheers was...
  • HBO's 'Looking' looks awfully white

    HBO's 'Looking' looks awfully white
    The trailer for HBO’s “Looking,” about gay men in San Francisco, debuted this week, and I want to be excited about the show. The series is executive produced by Andrew Haigh, the director of 2011’s “Weekend,” one of the...
  • ABC Family narrows list of candidates for new president

    ABC Family narrows list of candidates for new president
    Walt Disney Co.'s ABC Family channel is closing in on naming a new president, people familiar with the matter said. The position has been open since September, when Michael Riley said he was resigning to return to his native England. ABC Family is known...
  • Kat Von D's 'Celebutard' lipstick pulled from Sephora

    Kat Von D's 'Celebutard' lipstick pulled from Sephora
    Sephora has pulled a un-PC shade of lipstick from its shelves -- and it wasn't the color that was controversial. The cosmetics giant this week removed "Celebutard," a pinky-beige hue from the Kat Von D lipstick line, following complaints from disability...
  • Russell Brand doesn't get it

    Russell Brand doesn't get it
    Following last week's elections, reports surfaced in dribs and drabs of voters being turned away from the polls in Virginia and Texas, two states that instituted draconian voter ID laws. It's an off-year election, and the evidence is too anecdotal to...
  • Turning on to the idea that TV is good for you

    Turning on to the idea that TV is good for you
    I've missed a few episodes of "Breaking Bad." All of them, to be precise. I haven't caught much (any) of "Scandal," "Orange Is the New Black" or "The Good Wife." I love TV — the dialogue, the narratives, the way characters and their conflicts...
  • DirecTV Invests in Two Digital Entertainment Startups

    DirecTV announced that it has made strategic investments in two digital entertainment startups -- video-aggregation provider LiveClips and second-screen app developer i.TV -- and the satcaster is working with both to integrate their technology in its...
  • León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'

     León Krauze aims for millennial set with news show 'Open Source'
    León Krauze grew up in a household of Mexico City intellectuals, where soccer, pop music, literature and politics were vigorously debated and it wasn't unusual to see a Nobel Prize winner seated at the family dinner table. As a youth he visited...
  • What the Hale?

     
    It's on! In Hidden Agenda Fuels Challenge to Pivotal Death Penalty Case, Chicago Innocence Project director David Protess reports in the HuffPo on who's funding the documentary film that's out to prove he (and others) made a mistake in the......