| Mar 30, 2010
| 6:25 PM
INDIANAPOLIS — Among Bobby Plump's most prized possessions is a hand-written recruiting letter from late Butler coaching legend Tony Hinkle dated April 5, 1954. Every time Plump reads it, even a half-century later, the words jump off the page and...
| Mar 26, 2010
| 5:45 PM
LOS ANGELES -- Jack Bauer has cheated death a few dozen times, but he couldn't avoid cancellation.
Tonight, the news becomes official: The clock will stop ticking on "24."
After putting the tireless Counter Terrorist Unit agent to work for eight extra-...
| May 30, 2010
Dennis Hopper, the maverick director and costar of the landmark 1969 counterculture film classic "Easy Rider" whose drug- and alcohol-fueled reputation as a Hollywood bad boy preceded his return to sobriety and a career resurgence in the films " Hoosiers"...
| Sep 30, 2010
Arthur Penn, the three-time Oscar-nominated director best known for "Bonnie and Clyde," the landmark 1967 film that stirred critical passions over its graphic violence and became a harbinger of a new era of American filmmaking, died Tuesday. He was 88....
| May 26, 2010
| 1:47 PM
If you watched some of the defining movies of the 1970s, you know John Cazale. Chances are, though, you probably don't realize it. He was Fredo in "The Godfather" and "The Godfather, Part II" and the lunatic bank robber in "Dog Day Afternoon." He was also...
| Jan 11, 2010
| 2:50 PM
JULIE SOMMARS as Julie March
Julie Sommars was born in Fremont, Nebraska, and moved with her parents to Aberdeen, South Dakota, where she completed high school. She won the South Dakota State American Legion Oratory Contest during her senior year at...
| Jan 12, 2010
Eric Rohmer, a former film critic who became one of France's most respected filmmakers and was internationally known for movies such as "My Night at Maud's" and "Claire's Knee," died Monday in Paris. He was 89.
Rohmer's death was announced by his...
| Jan 30, 2010
The Pasadena Playhouse will close Feb. 7 after the final performance of its current show, "Camelot," as leaders of the 90-year-old landmark theater search for ways out of serious financial difficulties.
Among the options they are considering is a...
| Oct 31, 2010
The Pasadena Playhouse is back. After shutting its doors in February because of financial problems, the theater reopened Oct. 12 with the one-man play "FDR" starring Ed Asner.
But is the building's most enduring protagonist back as well?
Some say Gilmor...
| Nov 10, 2010
| 6:21 AM
As the U.S. Marine Corps celebrates its birthday, we did a little research to find some famous people who you might not have known were Marines.
Here's the list of Marines, and the job that they became better known for after they left the USMC.
| Sep 16, 2010
| 10:50 PM
How do you adapt one of the funniest movies of all time into a Broadway musical? For one thing, you make it even funnier.
Mel Brooks accomplished this with his musical version of "The Producers," one of his earlier movies. It was a huge success, so much...
| Feb 11, 2011
| 12:12 PM
James Cameron's latest since "Avatar" is now in theaters. "Sanctum" is a thriller about underwater cave diving.
It’s a story of a group of underwater cave divers, some who do not return.
The film's beginning is photographically breathtaking with...