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  • Oscars 2010: Mo'Nique thanks Hattie McDaniel, first African-American Oscar winner

    Oscars 2010: Mo'Nique thanks Hattie McDaniel, first African-American Oscar winner
    Mo'Nique gave another of her heartfelt acceptance speeches at the 2010 Academy Awards. She first thanked the academy for showing that it can be about the performance and not the politics and then she said, "I want to thank Miss Hattie McDaniel for...
  • Tears, peers, a few jeers

    Tears, peers, a few jeers
    "The Hurt Locker" may have been the big winner at the Kodak Theatre on Sunday night, but there's another set of awards you won't hear about in all the post-Oscar wrap-ups: the prizes for the most notable speeches. With that in mind, we present the best,...
  • "Hurt Locker" Snags Top Prize At 2010 Academy Awards

    "Hurt Locker" Snags Top Prize At 2010 Academy Awards
    "The Hurt Locker," a gritty, challenging and little-seen drama about bomb disposal in the Iraq war, was the leading winner with six Academy Awards on Sunday night, including best picture and the first directing honor for a female filmmaker. Academy Award...
  • 'Precious'

    The first 20 minutes of "Precious," the full title of which is "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire," are so intense and pitched so high, you may not feel like sticking it out. My advice: Stick it out. This is an exceptional film about...
  • Pop culture titans Winfrey, Perry throw their weight behind movie from book

    TORONTO Oprah Winfrey did not write "The Bluest Eye" or "Middlesex" or "Love in the Time of Cholera." But her formidably influential book club has helped many an author alive or dead, famous or no reach a wider audience. (Sample thank-you note from the...
  • A room you can really call your own

    Cindy Rakowitz wanted a room of her own. A Buddhist, the public relations consultant craved a place to meditate, chant in private and host Buddhist gatherings. But the suburban home that she shares with her non- Buddhist family offered no such space. So...