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  • Prolific American Film Director Sidney Lumet Dies

    Prolific American Film Director Sidney Lumet Dies
    Sidney Lumet, an American film director known for inspiring top-notch performances from actors in a stream of classic films including "12 Angry Men," "Dog Day Afternoon," "Network" and "Fail-Safe," died on Saturday at age 86, his Hollywood talent agency...
  • Hampton University's sailing coach's love for sport proves contagious

    Hampton University's sailing coach's love for sport proves contagious
    In Steve Jobs' emotional, much-Googled commencement speech to Stanford's class of 2005, the Apple CEO tells his audience: "The only way to do great work is to love what you do." Those words spoke to Alessandro "Alex" Ambrosi, even when their language...
  • Al Pacino joins 'Gotti' biopic

  • Broadway shines like a Beacon at the 65th Annual Tony Awards

    Every so often a megahit storms Broadway, and from the opening number until the audience cheers, people cannot get enough. "The Book of Mormon," a hilarious and profane musical about Mormon missionaries in Africa, leads with 14 nominations at the 65th...
  • Distance swimmer sees magic in Paris

    Distance swimmer sees magic in Paris
    Diana Nyad is back in the news. In the next few weeks, the swimming legend will attempt a 103-mile swim from Cuba to Florida, a feat she failed to accomplish in 1978, when she was in her late 20s. The 61-year-old athlete won worldwide fame in 1975 when...
  • Vain Harlem Kingpin Kept 'Scarface' Poster By His Bed -- With His Face Over Montana's

    Vain Harlem Kingpin Kept 'Scarface' Poster By His Bed -- With His Face Over Montana's
    A drug kingpin from East Harlem who evaded police and prosecutors for years thought he was the modern-day "Scarface" police said Friday. Cocaine ringleader Ceferino 'Papo' Perez was living life like Tony Montana, the legendary gangster from the 1983...
  • Lily Rabe, Jill Clayburgh's daughter, to miss a week of 'The Merchant of Venice'

    Jill Clayburgh, the Oscar-nominated actress from "An Unmarried Woman" and "Dirty Sexy Money," passed away Friday (Nov. 5) at her Connecticut home, according to her husband, playwright David Rabe. Their daughter Lily Rabe is currently starring as Portia...
  • Virginia's London thinks big picture

    Virginia's London thinks big picture
    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Mike London brought his "A" game Monday. His Virginia football team needs to be even better Saturday at Virginia Tech. The Cavaliers share last place in the ACC's Coastal Division and are concluding their third consecutive...
  • New York's changing hotel skyline

    New York's changing hotel skyline
    Staying at a plush new hotel is possibly the last thing most Americans are thinking about this holiday season. Dreaming about, maybe, because who can afford it? So here's a morsel of consolation: Although the economy in much of the country continues to...
  • Parish Church Prepares to Become Pope's Own Parish

    Parish Church Prepares to Become Pope's Own Parish
    St. Patrick's Old Cathedral in the NoLita neighborhood of Manhattan was the Roman Catholic cathedral of New York from the time it was built in 1815 to 1879, when a new cathedral -- St. Patrick's on Fifth Avenue -- was built. After Old St. Pat's, as it's...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Nyambi Nyambi

    Nyambi Nyambi, who plays wisecracking, educated waiter Samuel on CBS' "Mike & Molly," has had two defining moments for an actor onstage. He was an understudy in "Joe Turner's Come and Gone," his favorite play, by his favorite playwright, August Wilson,...
  • If by saying 'star,' you mean ...

    If by saying 'star,' you mean ...
    On Monday, a colleague stopped by who'd seen "Angels in America." He wanted to talk about Larry Yando's performance as Roy Cohn in the epic drama by Tony Kushner, now playing at the Court Theatre. There was plenty to talk about. Yando is giving one of...