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  • 'Metro Manila' Is U.K.'s Foreign-Language Oscar Entry

    "Metro Manila," a Philippines-set crime thriller, is the U.K.'s submission for the foreign-language film award at the 86th Academy Awards. Though the film was shot in Manila, the Philippines capital, and in Tagalog, it was shot by British filmmaker...
  • Nancy Meyers Steps off Untitled Sony Comedy Amid Creative Differences

    "The Holiday" scribe Nancy Meyers has stepped off an untitled comedy she had written and planned to direct for Sony. Sources close to the project say the film wasn't coming together the way everyone had hoped, including discussions about potential...
  • England's Arctic Monkeys are in L.A. but not necessarily of it

     England's Arctic Monkeys are in L.A. but not necessarily of it
    Alex Turner knows how it looks: A young British rock band, widely admired for its unflinching depictions of a pub-crawl demimonde, finds huge success at home, then packs up and moves to sunny Los Angeles just as it's on the verge of becoming a kind of...
  • 'Downton Abbey's' Julian Fellowes: 'It's Like a Wedding Ceremony' on Emmy Parties

    There weren't only Brits partying at the BAFTA/LA tea party the night before the Emmys. A sprinkling of Yanks could be seen on the SLS Hotel terrace including Kiernan Shipka and "House of Cards" nominee Kevin Spacey, who could be called an honorary Brit...
  • Plagiarizing poet withdraws from contest. Wait, poets plagiarize?

    Plagiarizing poet withdraws from contest. Wait, poets plagiarize?
    The poet C.J. Allen has withdrawn his poem, “Explaining the Plot of Blade Runner to My Mother Who Has Alzheimers,” from the shortlist of Britain's Forward Poetry prize after admitting to plagiarizing some early poems. The award for single best...
  • Kerry Off Base Comparing Syria To Munich

    Early this month, Secretary of State John Kerry applied a misguided sense of history to today's American foreign policy. In an attempt to galvanize international support for military intervention in Syria for President Bashar al-Assad's violation of...
  • Kenya mall attack: Questions build as investigators search the rubble

    Kenya mall attack: Questions build as investigators search the rubble
    NAIROBI, Kenya -- Forensic experts were sifting through the rubble at Nairobi's Westgate shopping mall Wednesday, looking for clues to the identities of the militants who attacked the complex, as shocked Kenyans demanded to know how 10 to 15 gunmen held...
  • Review: 'Rush' is a good ride, but not a great one

     Review: 'Rush' is a good ride, but not a great one
    If the elegant cars of Formula One racing are thoroughbreds, "Rush," the new film set in that world, is more of a mixed breed. When screenwriter Peter Morgan candidly calls this "a British independent film directed by a Hollywood director," he is...
  • Taking the third metric abroad: Redefining success goes global

    Greetings from London. No, I'm not here to drop off a Royal Onesie, though I have offered to take George so Kate can catch a few hours of sleep. I'm actually here for The Huffington Post UK's first-ever women's conference, "The Third Metric: Redefining...
  • Do official measures of happiness take all relevant factors into account?

    LONDON -- "UK population's happiness is on the up," trumpeted a headline in the Guardian. What the headline was referring to are the results of a survey conducted by the Office for National Statistics meant to measure Britain's national well-being....
  • Britain's hateful politics

    BELFAST, Northern Ireland -- The death of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has prompted reactions from Britain's far left that takes bad taste to new extremes. During its Top 40 music countdown Sunday night, BBC Radio 1 was "forced" to play...
  • NHS lessons for Obamacare

    FT. WILLIAM, Scotland -- The power of television to shrink the world has always amazed me. Eating lunch on the road to Ft. William, a man at the next table recognizes me and introduces himself. Keith Farrington says he spent 15 years working as an...
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  • In the Pipeline: 'A lovely venue in a lovely town'

    In the Pipeline: 'A lovely venue in a lovely town'
    The Golden Bear closed down in January 1986, though to hang around people who frequented the place, you might swear the dark, cozy, intimate musical venue once located near PCH and Main is still there. People speak of it in such loving and present terms,...
  • Grand Band Slam 2012: BEST REGGAE

    Grand Band Slam 2012: BEST REGGAE
    Best Reggae: I Anbassa I Anbassa is one of the hardest-working bands in the area, with new gigs constantly popping up around the state. If you're looking to check them out, there's always a local show on the horizon, usually within a couple of days and...
  • SuperHeavy mixes up Jagger rock, Marley rhythms and more

    SuperHeavy mixes up Jagger rock, Marley rhythms and more
    On a recent summer day at the Paramount lot, the five members of the group SuperHeavy played along to a recording of their first single, "Miracle Worker," as a camera crane swooped over an assembled crowd of a few hundred and the music boomed. Onstage...
  • Joe Louis Walker leads smooth kickoff to LVBN anniversary

     
    Guitarist Joe Louis Walker led Friday night's celebration for the Lehigh Valley Blues Network’s 20th anniversary at The Gander Room in South Side Bethlehem, the former home of Fountain Hill’s 2nd Story Blues....
  • Record Store Day booty: Flaming Lips, Lee Hazlewood, Dinosaur Jr.

     
    On Record Store Day 2012, Times pop music critic Randall Roberts waited in the line at Vacation Vinyl to score music by Flaming Lips, Dinosaur Jr., Lee Hazlewood, Circle and others....
  • The Wailers perform at Infinity Music Hall in Norfolk on May 16

    The Wailers perform at Infinity Music Hall in Norfolk on May 16
    As the weather warms up, reggae becomes more appealing. Head to Norfolk on Wednesday for the Wailers — what's left of the iconic Jamaican group that once featured Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, bassist Aston "Family Man" Barrett and his...
  • An epic documentary tries to tell the story of reggae giant Bob Marley

    An epic documentary tries to tell the story of reggae giant Bob Marley
    Marley May 26 – 31, Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford, (860) 232-1006, realartways.org   In Denis Johnson's 1985 post-apocalyptic novel Fiskadoro, the world has experienced a catastrophic nuclear event, and pockets of civilization fashion a...
  • Album of the Day 12/30/11: Lys Guillorn - Wayward Children

    Album of the Day 12/30/11: Lys Guillorn - Wayward Children
    I love the music scene in Connecticut. It's an extremely diverse and talented pool of musicians creating some really eclectic music.  One of those artists is Lys Guillorn.  Wayward Children is one of three releases by Lys Guillorn to date and is...
  • Pfac cranks the volume on local creativity with new Art After 5 music series

    Pfac cranks the volume on local creativity with new Art After 5 music series
    To help mark its 50th birthday, the Peninsula Fine Arts Center in Newport News will host a creative collision of art and music. Starting Thursday, Jan. 19, the center's monthly Art After 5 gatherings will feature musicians chosen specifically for their...
  • Train, Stanley Clarke, Cheap Trick to play American Music Festival in Virginia Beach

    Train, Stanley Clarke, Cheap Trick to play American Music Festival in Virginia Beach
    Each Labor Day weekend, the American Music Festival brings a variety of big-name acts to the Virginia Beach oceanfront. We learned this week that the 2012 edition will feature Train, Stanley Clarke, Cheap Trick and .38 Special. Other groups set to...
  • PASSINGS

    PASSINGS
    Leroy Cooper Musician in Charles band Leroy Cooper, 80, who played baritone saxophone for Ray Charles from the 1950s through the 1970s and at times served as bandleader for the R&B pianist, died of heart failure Jan. 15 at his home in Orlando, Fla., the...