| Sep 28, 2008
Paul Newman was a stage actor who became a movie star. A sex symbol who celebrated 50 years of marriage with his second wife. A grieving father who turned to philanthropy after the death of his only son. A citizen activist who campaigned for liberal...
| Oct 29, 2008
Milton Katselas, a prominent acting teacher and director whose students included George Clooney, Alec Baldwin, Michelle Pfeiffer and hundreds of other actors, has died. He was 75.
Katselas, who founded the Beverly Hills Playhouse acting school in 1978,...
| Jul 24, 2008
By Allen Barra
For more than 140 years, the name of Andersonville, the infamous prisoner-of-war camp in western Georgia, has evoked all the horror of the Civil War. The postwar trial of the prison's Confederate officials, as dramatized in the 1971 PBS...
| Jan 15, 2008
Modern day South Beach is still a vibrant monument to the Art Deco designs of the late 1920s and '30s. The narrow streets are lined with hotels and buildings designed with curved edges, porthole windows and pastel-colored facades, all touchstones of the...
| Oct 18, 2009
The sight, strolling into the Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant corner of Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights, was enough to give John C. Reilly a start.
"It is SO weird walking into this place and seeing someone dressed as Crepsley, my...
| Dec 2, 2009
This may be hard to fathom, but I have been away from the oasis that is IndySportsNation the past couple days, just not physically in the office (once in the Nation, always in the Nation, and believe it or not, you can be kicked out of the Hell's Angels)....