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  • 'Monsters University' Looks to Top B.O. With Possible $80 Million; 'WWZ' Looks at Low-$40s

    The question looming over the domestic box office this weekend is just how much can the market expand. The answer: Not enough. With "Monsters University" expected to earn around $80 million through Sunday, followed by "Man of Steel" looking at the low-$...
  • Outsider Takes U.S. on 'Body' (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID -- L.A.-based Outsider Pictures has acquired U.S. rights to Oriol Paulo's B.O. hit "The Body," the latest film from "The Orphanage" producer Rodar y Rodar, sold by DeAPlaneta Intl. Set at a morgue and shot in a chic but brooding noir style, "The...
  • Global TV Sales Get Serious With L.A. Screenings

    Drama is taking centerstage at this year's L.A. Screenings. Most of the big TV stories of the past season were about dramas old and new breaking out (to various degrees) -- whether the CW's "Arrow," NBC's "Revolution," PBS' "Downton Abbey," AMC's "The...
  • Brown's China trip may have dubious value for the state

    Brown's China trip may have dubious value for the state
    SACRAMENTO — You know things are going splendidly for a governor when he can arrange a weeklong jaunt through China and not have to pay a cent himself — or even dip into the public till. The fact that it's sort of a 75th birthday bash for...
  • Yuna Kim feels skating perfection is possible again

    Yuna Kim feels skating perfection is possible again
    LONDON, Ont.  – Her clothes were dark, mostly black, for both practices Tuesday, and the hue fit the expressionless mask that covered Yuna Kim’s face. The convulsive, gloomy and interpretively challenging music for her short program, from...
  • The Rhubarb Patch: A well-regulated militia, part 3

     
    An ongoing email discussion with David Lombardo, founder and president of the Second Amendment Foundation for Education & Research, Shorewood, Ill. Part One, Part Two. To David: I think we've both laid our cases as well as we're going to.......
  • State College bars to receive $5,000 for not serving alcohol

     
    Here's one way to curb drinking in college towns: Pay bars not to serve alcohol. A town-and-gown partnership in State College announced Tuesday that it will offer local bars and restaurants $5,000 to refrain from serving alcohol Saturday on what......
  • Ask the Expert: The asthma epidemic

    Ask the Expert: The asthma epidemic
    The sharp increase in asthma since the 1980s — some 34 million Americans now suffer from the condition — has confounded health professionals. To get some answers, we turned to Dr. Stephen Apaliski, an Arlington, Texas-based asthma and allergy...
  • FAMU is another case of circling the wagons

    FAMU is another case of circling the wagons
    On Nov. 5, former Penn State University defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was charged with 40 counts of molesting eight boys over a 15-year span. That included an alleged rape in a campus shower. Four days after Sandusky's arrest, university...
  • China still faces 'severity' in foreign trade, urges unity in Europe

    China still faces 'severity' in foreign trade, urges unity in Europe
    China’s foreign trade situation will face “continuing severity” this year, according to Commerce Minister Chen Deming in a statement Monday. But, “if lucky,” imports and exports could still grow about 10%, according to a...
  • Elizabethtown drug sting nets 20 warrants, 700 bags of heroin

    Elizabethtown drug sting nets 20 warrants, 700 bags of heroin
    Twenty warrants were served early Wednesday morning as part of a massive drug sting. The arrests are the culmination of a six-month long investigation in which State Police troopers and Elizabethtown Police Department officers went undercover and...
  • Critic's Notebook: Metro douses expectations on Union Station project

    Critic's Notebook: Metro douses expectations on Union Station project
    Talk about raining on your own parade. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority coaxed Renzo Piano from Paris, Ban van Berkel from Amsterdam and a bunch of talented local architects from the far Westside and brought them together Wednesday afternoon...