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  • Sunday's TV Highlights: Cloud is back on 'Nature'

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 25 - 31 in PDF format This week's TV Movies WILD HORSES: The documentary series 'Nature: Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions' catches up with the white stallion now in......
  • A Kinder, Simpler Time Dept.: Your Movies

     
    Oct. 29, 1956: “Friendly Persuasion” will premiere at the Fox Wilshire Theatre … introducing Anthony Perkins. The film was reviewed twice in The Times, on Sept. 16, 1956, by Philip K. Scheuer and again on Oct. 31, 1956, by Edwin Schallert....
  • Blacklisted Director Jules Dassin Dies at 96

    Jules Dassin, the blacklisted American filmmaker who was a master of film noir, directing such classics as "Brute Force," "The Naked City" and "Rififi," died Monday in an Athens hospital. He was 96. The cause of death was not made public. The...
  • Movie Review: 'Prom Night'

    There ought to be a rule, stashed in the Screen Actor's Guild bylaws, that every actor cast as a villain in a slasher film has to watch "Psycho" and write a paper on Anthony Perkins. "Psycho Killers with Character: The Tony Perkins Way." Johnathan...
  • Tornado Rips Through Enumclaw Area Knocking Down Trees and Power Lines

    Tornado Rips Through Enumclaw Area Knocking Down Trees and Power Lines
    The National Weather Service confirms the storm damage Sunday night was caused by a tornado that touched down in East King County. Strong thunderstorms blew through Western Washington the night, knocking down trees and some power lines near Enumclaw....
  • Don DeLillo's 'Point Omega' is an Iraq war tale stressing insight over action

    Don DeLillo's 'Point Omega' is an Iraq war tale stressing insight over action
    The reviews of Don DeLillo's last few novels put me in mind of the sports journalist who, after a certain Yankee game, wrote, " Babe Ruth was not able to make any home runs." Critics of "The Body Artist," "Cosmopolis" and especially "Falling Man" seem...