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Liz Smith"Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult," said Canadian feminist Charlotte Whitton back in the '70s. We don't want to dwell on tragedy -- every day there are losses everywhere. But...
RedEyeGolden Globe Awards co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler opened Sunday's ceremony promising they wouldn't be as snarky as former host Ricky Gervais, but they managed to get off a few zingers. "Ricky Gervais could not be here tonight because he is no...
The Wall of Bad Art at the Hotel Lincoln, the newly renovated boutique hotel in Lincoln Park at the corner of Wealthy and Twee, is a monument to iffy talent and questionable taste. It is a reminder of how bad art can get funneled through wood-paneled...
Tags: Sculpture, Artists, Abraham Lincoln, Will Ferrell, Doris Day
VarietyA femme Gallic country cook is elevated to the rank of the president's personal chef in scribe-helmer Christian Vincent's "Haute Cuisine," an airy comedy-drama whose preparation, with its conspicuous lack of Hollywood-style conflict and catharsis, is...
Tags: Drama (genre), Antarctica, Arly Jover
Dustin Hoffman may be winning a Kennedy Center Honor, but on the awards gala's red carpet Sunday he said he's not thinking much about his legacy as an actor. In his profession, he said, nothing lasts long. "Like signing your name on cake in icing on a...
In 1977, ABC executives made a novel decision: Fearing they had a dud on their hands, they opted to schedule an eight-episode miniseries on consecutive nights to get it off the air before sweeps. Instead of disappearing, "Roots," the multigenerational...
Blogging with Bill WhiteJust as my movie list two weeks ago honored Mitt Romney by collecting the Best Movies About Extremely Rich People, today’s list is a nod to Barack Obama. We are looking for the Best Movies About Immigrants to the United......
VarietyChristopher Walken, Jeffrey Wright, Jesse L. Martin, Raul Esparza, Sam Waterston and Jerry Stiller are among the thesps lined up to join Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline in the Public Theater's one-night-only reading of "Romeo and Juliet." Composer Jeanine...
VarietyPARIS -- Gallic distribs Metropolitan Filmexport, Wild Bunch and Mars pre-bought some of the bigger-budgeted, high-profile U.S. projects being shopped at the Cannes Film Market. Samuel and Victor Hadida's Paris-based Metropolitan, a top purveyor of U.S....
Liz Smith"Close your eyes and think of England!" -- which is generally good advice for any occasion. It's funny to me! Here we are in a supposedly secular, informal, democratic, non-royal country and we are surrounded by queens wearing crowns and coronets. We are...
KTLA NewsNORTHERN TERRITORY, Australia -- A coroner ruled Tuesday that a dingo, a wild dog native to Australia, caused the death of a baby more than 30 years ago. Azaria Chamberlain was just two months old when she disappeared in from a tent during a family...
For RedEyeIt's difficult to pinpoint exactly when Rihanna transitioned from being the singer of arguably the best song ever made about rain gear (“Umbrella”) to becoming an object of constant scrutiny. Whether it's due to deft marketing or just societal...
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