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  • Go away with ... Richard Marx

    With more than 30 million records sold worldwide, Richard Marx's first seven singles, including "Don't Mean Nothing," "Right Here Waiting" and "Should've Known Better," hit the Top Five on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart. A savvy businessman, Marx, 48,...
  • Is 'Marvel Universe Live!' the Comic Book Company's 'Cirque du Marvel'?

    Marvel fans already are calling the company's upcoming touring show "Marvel Universe Live!" "Cirque du Marvel." And that's not necessarily a bad thing. Marvel used New York Comic Con to unveil the first look at its ambitious new traveling show that...
  • Shedding light on the man behind the books

    Shedding light on the man behind the books
    Step back, Scrooge. There's another Dickens hit in town — but only for a few days. Step lively if you want to snag a ducat before it departs. "Dickens' Women," first performed by star and co-creator Miriam Margolyes in 1989, closes out a...
  • The history of Charles Dickens (sort of) via the Smiths (sort of)

    "As everybody knows," sings Charles Dickens, "I started writing prose." Under the 19th-century facial hair is English actor and musician Mathew Baynton. He presents the life and works of Charles Dickens in a three-minute pop song that sounds like it...
  • WESH hires reporter from Jackson, Miss.

     
    The latest hire at WESH-Channel 2: Reporter Travell Eiland, who will join the NBC affiliate on Oct. 22 and work the night shift. He has been working at WAPT in Jackson, Miss. WAPT and WESH are both owned by Hearst Television. Eiland also has worked at...
  • Video/Q&A: 'Red Lights' star Cillian Murphy and writer/director Rodrigo Cortes

    Video/Q&A: 'Red Lights' star Cillian Murphy and writer/director Rodrigo Cortes
    “The magazine’s called RedEye?” asks “Red Lights” star Cillian Murphy, who played the villain in the 2005 horror-on-an-airplane film “Red Eye.” Yes, I tell him, and ask if he gets strange looks on planes. “...
  • Ruby Sparks -- The Interview

    Ruby Sparks -- The Interview
    I was excited to drive downtown to the W Hotel to interview the cast of Ruby Sparks. I had to redeem myself. You see, I sat in a cabana by the pool and interviewed Marisa Tomei there. It was the only interview I’ve ever done that I consider a...
  • 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone'

    Pretty much a Will Ferrell movie without Will Ferrell - since he has reveled in spoofing such professions as newscasting, auto racing and figure skating - this parody of the magic business casts Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi as veteran illusionists who...
  • Magically ridiculous

    Magically ridiculous
    Growing up, John Edward Szeles wanted to be a magician similar to one of his heroes, David Copperfield. But during a high school talent show, he realized he would never be a great magician. His childhood dream didn't end there, though. Szeles, who goes by...
  • Versatile comic Jim Gaffigan adds 'author' to his resume

    Versatile comic Jim Gaffigan adds 'author' to his resume
    When Jim Gaffigan plays the Chicago Theatre this weekend, it will be a homecoming of sorts for the Northwest Indiana native. His comedy makes no effort to hide his love for the simple things of Midwestern life. He talks openly about his love of food and...
  • Believing in magic at 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' premiere

    Believing in magic at 'The Incredible Burt Wonderstone' premiere
    Jim Carrey walked the red carpet at "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" premiere Monday night wearing shiny silver boots, gold Elvis-style sunglasses and a white jacket. Hordes of screaming fans along Hollywood Boulevard in front of TCL Chinese Theater made...
  • Be prepared to be amazed at House Theatre's 'Death and Harry Houdini'

    Be prepared to be amazed at House Theatre's 'Death and Harry Houdini'
    Of all Harry Houdini's feats of daring, none thrilled audiences as much as the Chinese Water Torture Cell, a transparent, fish tank-like device filled with gallons of water into which the favorite son of Appleton, Wisc., would be lowered, head first....