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  • Guy: Time to re-think our War on Drugs

    Now that Colorado and Washington have legalized recreational use of marijuana, it's time for Floridians to start talking seriously about doing the same. Legalization won't come overnight. A recent Quinnipiac University poll found only 42 percent of...
  • A 'Glengarry' that has forgotten its realistic soul

    A 'Glengarry' that has forgotten its realistic soul
    NEW YORK— Early in "Glengarry Glen Ross," as David Mamet brilliantly employs the scene-blackout-scene rhythm he learned sweeping floors at Chicago's Second City cabaret, Shelley can't-close-a-deal Levene is told that he cannot have the "premium...
  • An Industry Is Born: Closeup Of 5 Years of Film Tax Credits

    An Industry Is Born: Closeup Of 5 Years of Film Tax Credits
    David Duchovny, Timothy Hutton and Hope Davis have been filming a movie for the past month in Greenwich, the real-life story of a family that built a children's hospital after their daughter died of rabies. It is not the spectacle it might have been...
  • ‘Saturday Night Live’: Paul McCartney, Martin Short lift spirits

     
    Paul McCartney sang three songs, a children's choir opened the show, and Alec Baldwin played Tony Bennett. The music mattered more than the comedy this weekend on NBC's “Saturday Night Live,” although Martin Short was the able host. But he did...
  • Celebrities on Time’s 2012 “100 Most Influential People in the World” list

     
    Today, Time released its 100 Most Influential People in the World list (The Time 100), an annual ranking of “breakouts, pioneers, moguls, leaders and icons” who “inspire us, entertain us, challenge us and change our world,”...
  • Muted joy over jump in location film shoots in L.A. last month

     
    Annette Bening, Al Pacino, Ed Harris and several other celebrities helped power a surge in feature film shoots on the streets of Los Angeles last month, but film industry officials were hardly star struck....
  • Late Night: Diane Keaton calls Stephen Colbert a 'sexual pervert'

     
    Diane Keaton's appearance on "The Colbert Report" descends into name-calling -- and a giggle fit....
  • Adam Sandler dominates the Razzie nominations

     
    Adam Sandler broke all records Saturday evening earning a historic 11 Razzie nominations in his various roles as actor, writer and producer in three 2011 movies -- "Jack & Jill, " Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star" and "Just Go With It."...
  • Michael Mann's 'Heat': Betsy Sharkey's film pick of the week

     
    Michael Mann's "Heat," which screens at the Aero Theatre Friday, is Betsy Sharkey's critics pick for the weekend....
  • Tonight: Tom Brady, Michael Jackson, ‘The Godfather’

     
    Happy Thanksgiving! NBC delivers the biggest program tonight: a game between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets at 8:30. Will Tom Brady and the Patriots prove too formidable? Will the Jets pull themselves together and stop sniping? This one...
  • This week: ‘Supermodels,’ ‘The Closer,’ John Wayne, Mob Week

     
    The first full week of the London Olympics will dominate the schedule, ratings and headlines. But viewers have alternatives. HBO offers “About Face: Supermodels Then and Now,” a diverting documentary, at 9 p.m. Monday. Those supermodels...
  • This week: Olympics, ‘Godfather Legacy,’ ‘Bachelor Pad’ debut

     
    Coming this week: Two offers you can't refuse. One is the London Olympics. NBC presents the Opening Ceremony at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Bob Costas is the prime-time host. Then there's a fine documentary about “The Godfather,” the film that made an...