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The Anniston StarGet your Monday comics, TV listings, weather forecast, history and more! Weather Get a 5-day forecast here. History On April 29 in 1429 Joan of Arc arrives to relieve the Siege of Orleans. 1945 The German Army in Italy unconditionally...
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein has been fascinated with aviation and flying since he was a young boy building toy models. At 15 he would sweep hangar floors at the Santa Monica Airport on Sunday mornings in exchange for flying lessons. He passed his pilot'...
Staff writerCould it be that Washington does comedy better than the Hollywood movie studios? Conan O'Brien and Barack Obama provided more laughter Saturday night at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner than you're likely to find this weekend at the...
ReutersApr 28 (TheWrap.com) - The White House Correspondent Association dinner Saturday night proved fertile ground for Hollywood stars only this time instead of a target, the stars were often the weapons in jokes wielded by President Obama, Conan O'Brien and...
Daniel Day-Lewis will soon have a new role to obsessively inhabit -- recipient of an honorary doctoral degree from the Juilliard School in New York. The arts school said it also would bestow commencement honors this year on opera singer Dawn Upshaw,...
Tags: Music, Celebrities, Nancy Wilson, Laura Linney, Eli Broad
Los Angeles artist Ed Ruscha and Chinese architect Wang Shu have been named to Time magazine's new list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The annual list, which features personalities from politics, business, sports and culture, was...
Tags: Arts, Entertainment Events, Aung San Suu Kyi, Wang Shu, China
Sam Jackson cursed. Snoop Lion shared a blunt with Ke$ha. Selena Gomez was all "hurray for Bollywood." (We think. What was that?) "Avengers" director Joss Whedon coined a new word while accepting the best movie award. ("What's the opposite of humbled? We'...
The notion is preposterous: Luke Hancock astride a horse in the Kentucky Derby. He weighs two bills, for goodness sakes, and stands 6-foot-6. He's as much a jockey as I am an NFL left tackle. But given Rick Pitino's recent roll, does anyone doubt that...
The 85th Academy Awards are hours away, but social media is abuzz with winner projections, potential Oscar snubs and fashion faux pas. For film buffs and casual onlookers following the awards on a second screen, you can get access from the scene on...
Russell Harvard plays the deaf brother in a dysfunctional family in "Tribes" at the Mark Taper Forum through April 14. The Austin, Texas-based actor, who won a Drama League Award for the role off-Broadway, will move with the production to the La Jolla...
Tags: Music, Technology, Hearing Impairment, Culture, New York City
Channel Guide MagazineOn Demand/DVD New Releases March 25-31: Daniel Day-Lewis’ performance in the award-winning Lincoln is outstanding, but Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones shouldn’t be overlooked in their roles. This week also brings Killing The Softly with Brad...
Director Steven Spielberg sets aside car chases and explosions for a star-studded historical masterpiece in Lincoln. This work of art demonstrates how Lincoln (Daniel Day-Lewis) was arguably the best president the United States ever had, and serves as a...
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