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  • Sparks and surprises in 'Safe Haven' ★★

    Sparks and surprises in 'Safe Haven' ★★
    The new Nicholas Sparks movie, "Safe Haven," takes place in Southport, in the novelist's adopted home state of North Carolina. Southport is near the mouth of the Cape Fear River. So you know a murderous stalker will eventually arrive, in honor of Robert...
  • SXSW 2012: 'Gimme the Loot,' Ginger Baker doc take top prizes

     
    "Gimme the Loot," Adam Leon's tale of two teenage graffiti artists in the Bronx, won the grand jury prize for narrative feature at the South by Southwest film festival, organizers announced Tuesday. "Beware of Mr. Baker" -- Jay Bulger's examination of how...
  • Lance Armstrong doping investigation closed with no charges

     
    Federal prosecutors in Los Angeles announced Friday they were closing an investigation into “allegations of federal criminal conduct” by members and associates of a racing team owned by cyclist Lance Armstrong....
  • Dick Cheney memoir 'In My Time' already making waves

     
    Former Vice President Dick Cheney tells it his way in the memoir "In My Time" to be released next week....
  • Sarasota Film Fest lineup — Christopher Plummer, Geena Davis, Harry Connick Jr.

     
    This year's Sarasota Film Festival will be star-studded and action packed, with a performance by Harry Connick, Jr. and his orchestra, and appearances by Oscar winner Geena Davis and screen legend and Oscar nominee Christopher Plummer. Their opening night...
  • Disaster-flick auteur Roland Emmerich takes on William Shakespeare

     
    The idea that Roland Emmerich -- the disaster-flick auteur behind "Independence Day," "The Day After Tomorrow" and "2012" -- was taking on William Shakespeare for his next movie project struck many as strange, incongruous and just plain wrong. What...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights: 'Julie & Julia' on Starz

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 4 - 10 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here FRENCH COOKING: Meryl Streep stars as chef and author Julia Child......
  • Dance review: ABT's 'The Sleeping Beauty' at the Music Center

     
    The “Glorya Kaufman Presents Dance at the Music Center” season that delivered artistic epiphanies with two important historic reconstructions – the Joffrey Ballet’s marvelous staging of Frederick Ashton’s “Cinderella” (1948) and Merce...
  • Gérard Grisey’s spacetime epic receives its U.S. premiere at REDCAT

     
    Friday night, REDCAT was packed. A red-blooded audience filled every seat. Red-blooded musicians occupied every inch of the black-box stage. There was excitement in the air. Many concert presenters would consider a mainly young audience giving eager and...
  • Immigration Reform: Let's Play Citizen, Not A Citizen

    Immigration Reform: Let's Play Citizen, Not A Citizen
    Prologue : Arizona is preparing to enact the most controversial immigration reform of its kind. The law will have State and local police offers checking the immigration status of those they come in contact with. Many on both sides of the immigration...
  • Book review: 'The Museum of Eterna's Novel (The First Good Novel)'

    Book review: 'The Museum of Eterna's Novel (The First Good Novel)'
    The Museum of Eterna's Novel (The First Good Novel) Macedonio Fernández Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Schwartz Open Letter: 238 pp., $14.95 paper "I'm confident that I won't have a single orderly reader." So begins "For the Reader Who Skips...
  • "Anthill: a novel" by Edward O. Wilson

    "Anthill: a novel" by Edward O. Wilson
    "Anthill: a novel" By Edward O. Wilson W. W. Norton, 336 pages, $24.95 Imagine what it would be like to read Anthill without knowing that the author, Edward O. Wilson, is an eminent, innovative, often controversial Harvard biologist who has written more...