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  • 'Survivor: South Pacific' recap: You Reap What You Sow

    'Survivor: South Pacific' recap: You Reap What You Sow
    Episode 3 is called "You Reap What You Sow." Oh, if only that were true.We start at Redemption Island.  Hurry up with the complaining, and get to the smackdown. But no; first, we catch up with Upolu after tribal council. Mikayla is mystified as to why...
  • Wall Street protests highlight issue of police brutality

    As a nonviolent activist, I read with interest your article "Wall Street protesters to target N.Y. police" (Sept. 30). I have had considerable contact with the police on the front lines of various protests over the years, and while most police officers...
  • Who wins 'The Wire' vs 'The Sopranos'?

    Who wins 'The Wire' vs 'The Sopranos'?
    In a battle of the television behemoths, it came down to Baltimore versus New Jersey. Or was it street thugs versus the mafia? Maybe was just Omar against Tony. In any event, the website Vulture.com has had some fun recently, March Madness style,...
  • Forbes: James Patterson highest-earning author

    Forbes: James Patterson highest-earning author
    Though E.L. James has received recent headlines for the phenomenal sales of "Fifty Shades of Grey," stalwart James Patterson remains the highest-earning author, according to Forbes. The magazine estimates that Patterson made $94 million last year,...
  • Bratton: Next Baltimore chief must be on same page with mayor

    Bratton: Next Baltimore chief must be on same page with mayor
    The former police chief of Boston, New York and Los Angeles says Baltimore's next commissioner must be on the same page with the mayor, and he thinks an outsider can provide a fresh perspective under the right circumstances. William J. Bratton, perhaps...
  • 'The Wire' finale is a cop-out for a once-great show

    David Simon wrote a brilliant finale for The Wire. Unfortunately, it was in 2004 at the end of Season 3 - not the 90-minute final episode of the Baltimore-based drama that will air tonight on HBO.Four years ago, series creator Simon wrote a season-...
  • As new mayor starts, police promise results

    At the end of 2002, Baltimore's homicide tally stood at 253. It was considered a remarkable achievement: the third consecutive yearly drop that finally ended the stigma of the 1990s, a decade in which more than 300 people were killed each year. But in...
  • Random bag searches begin at N.Y. subway

    NEW YORK - Police began random searches yesterday of bags and packages carried by people entering city subways, a new security measure announced after another round of bomb attacks in London. "We just live in a world where, sadly, these kinds of security...
  • ABC gives itself an extreme makeover

    ABC is tearing up its lineup and practically starting over, a process that is becoming an annual ritual. The Disney-owned network Tuesday rolled out a fall lineup featuring eight new series, with three more reserved for midseason. Every night's lineup...
  • Second Oscar 'screener' finds its way onto Internet

    A copy of "The Last Samurai" has surfaced online, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said the day after it announced it was investigating the appearance on the Internet of the comedy "Something's Gotta Give." The academy said Warner Bros.,...
  • Good 'Friends' fits snugly into NBC's lineup

    Ross just found out his wife of four years is a lesbian and is leaving him for another woman. Rachel just left her fiance standing at the altar of the $40,000 wedding. Monica wonders why she's a "beacon for men with severe emotional problems." And...
  • Thousands march to protest Eric Garner's chokehold death in NYC

    Thousands march to protest Eric Garner's chokehold death in NYC
    Thousands of people marched peacefully through Staten Island on Saturday, chanting “No justice, no peace” and “I can’t breathe” as they protested the death of Eric Garner, who died after a New York police officer subdued...