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  • Georges I. Selzer

    Georges I. Selzer
    Georges I. Selzer, who cheated death twice while a concentration camp prisoner and who after World War II became a Baltimore jeweler, died Oct. 17 of heart failure at the Edenwald retirement community in Towson. The former longtime Lutherville resident...
  • Daniel Day-Lewis makes a great Abe Lincoln

    Daniel Day-Lewis makes a great Abe Lincoln
    The first look at Daniel Day-Lewis as the headliner in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," shows an eerie resemblance to the Civil War-era president. Lewis was caught at a restaurant in Richmond, a city that was the capital of the Confederacy and that still...
  • The Obamas put their stamp on the White House interior

    The Obamas put their stamp on the White House interior
    Barack Obama, his wife, two daughters and mother-in-law are set to move Tuesday into a big old barn of a house that is not exactly homey. The White House contains two floors of ceremonial, museumlike rooms topped by two floors of family quarters filled...
  • Halloween scenes without the screams

    Some people just don't crave scary movies come Halloween. Have no fear, there is a wide variety of films out there that will still set the mood for the spooky holiday, but won't leave viewers trembling under the covers into the wee hours of Nov. 1. "A...
  • Artists struggle to make sense of senseless act

    NEW YORK - Against a setting sun, a clarinetist blows fiercely into his instrument, the sound more anguished cry than musical note. Dancers, moving as slowly as a dream, climb atop a tomb-like vessel piled high with dark, pebbly dirt, alternately...
  • Events shake belief in a better future

    We organize the tools in our garage and line up the shoes in our closets. We trim the hedge and water the lawn. We shop in malls. We jog. We walk the dog. We sip dark-roast coffee. We drive reliable cars with full tanks of gas. We go to work. We come...
  • After summer of flops, a season of quality?

    Hail, hail, the "Gang"'s finally here. That would be "Gangs of New York", Martin Scorsese's long-awaited latest, an epic tale of love and loyalties, played out among the rival immigrant groups of 19th-century New York City. Not since "Titanic" has a film...
  • Resources

    Initiative for Pediatric Palliative Care A non-profit partnership working to enhance care for children with life-threatening conditions through education and research, including a seven-hospital pilot project and training of caregivers around the country....
  • Michael Wright to Exit Turner Broadcasting

    Michael Wright, the president and head of programming for TNT, TBS and Turner Classic Movies (TCM), has decided to leave the company. Wright was in the running to replace Turner Entertainment Networks president Steve Koonin, who departed in April, but...
  • Richard Griffiths' World War I Drama 'Private Peaceful' Gets U.S. Distribution

    BBC Worldwide North America has acquired all rights in the U.S. and Canada to "Private Peaceful," featuring the final performance by the late Richard Griffiths. The World War I drama, based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo, is directed by Pat O'Connor ("...
  • Variety Picks 10 Actors to Watch for 2014

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Variety has announced its annual list of 10 Actors to Watch, an honor the publication has been bestowing since 1998. Past honorees include many future Oscar-winners and nominees such as Adrien Brody, Taraji P. Henson,...
  • Los Angeles Mayor: Tax Credit Bill Will Bring Tens of Thousands of Jobs Back to State

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said that legislation to expand California's film and TV tax incentives will mean tens of thousands of jobs returning to the state, as the $330-million-per-year program will be much more...