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  • Tribeca Film Festival Bows Amid Turbulent Times Felt Off Screen And Depicted On Screen

    NEW YORK (AP) - The eighth annual Tribeca Film Festival bows amid a turbulent time for movies, which is evident at this year's festival both on screen and off. The epicenter of the festival, co-founded by Robert De Niro to help revive Lower Manhattan...
  • Letters: Butch Cassidy, foreign customs, Mideast risks

    Scoundrels get extra syllables Susan Spano's April 20 article "In Pursuit of Butch and Sundance" was magnificent. One inflexible rule of journalese is that American assassins must have three names: John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, James Earl Ray,...
  • Actors, actresses and entertainers

    Actors, actresses and entertainers Maila Nurmi, 85; actress created the character Vampira as hostess of late-night TV horror show (Jan. 10) Jack Eagle, 81; a comedian and actor who played Brother Dominic in a Xerox ad during the 1977 Super Bowl (Jan....
  • AFI Lists Honor 'Snow White,' 'Vertigo,' '2001'

    On Tuesday (June 17) night, the AFI unveiled 10 new Top 10 lists in an assortment of specific genres, honoring a slew of films the group had already honored repeatedly in its myriad Top 100 lists. CBS aired AFI's 10 Top 10 as a three-hour special that...
  • Elk, crowds and the wild West in Yellowstone National Park and Cody, Wyoming

    Elk, crowds and the wild West in Yellowstone National Park and Cody, Wyoming
    You know western Wyoming and dumb luck are both on your side when: • Your daughter spies three mule deer in a Yellowstone meadow. Then a moose mid-river. Then bison, fox and marmot, trumpeter swans, a wayward seagull and a grizzly family —...
  • A two-story Malibu beach home once owned by Robert Redford lists for $13.8 million

    A two-story Malibu beach home once owned by Robert Redford lists for $13.8 million
    A Malibu beach home once owned by actor-producer-director Robert Redford has come on the market for $13.8 million. The gated two-story, built in 1948 and extensively upgraded, has walls of glass, living areas that open to expansive patios, and stone...
  • 10 things you might not know about desperadoes

    10 things you might not know about desperadoes
    "Public Enemies," starring Johnny Depp as bank robber John Dillinger, opens in movie theaters Wednesday. Suddenly, outlaws are in. Here are 10 arresting facts that might have escaped your attention: 1. A Wyoming ne'er-do-well known as "Big Nose George"...
  • The edge of night

    The edge of night
    We are sprawled flat on our backs on a sandstone slab, soaking in darkness this August night with the satisfaction of Iditarod dropouts basking in a wintertime tropical sun. Above us, the sky pulsates with 11,000 visible stars. We can pick out the...
  • The high life without airs

    The high life without airs
    "I never thought I'd be one of those women who had a relationship with her interior designer," Gigi Levangie Grazer says. She is standing in the kitchen of her Pacific Palisades home, surrounded by honed limestone counters and cabinets painted the color...
  • In Search of a State of Grace

    "He's late." "Yeah, way late." It's been more than a minute since Paul Newman's car last whizzed past the pit area of Lime Rock Park. His crew knows something's wrong, for he's been running laps in less than 55 seconds. But two minutes pass, then three,...
  • Double-barreled firepower

    It's one of the most urgent questions facing men of a certain age today, particularly in Latin American countries, a question that strikes at one's core values and affirms one's identity as a soccer-mad, tequila-swigging, red-blooded varon. That question...