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  • Oprah Winfrey interested in Clippers bid, report says

    If Donald Sterling opts to sell or is forced to sell the Clippers, Oprah Winfrey reportedly has teamed up with a group of investors to potentially buy the team. Winfrey has joined entertainment mogul David Geffen and Oracle Corp. Chief Executive Larry...
  • Film Review: 'Harmontown'

    Much better known than most sitcom writers, partly for the wrong reasons -- notably his frequent clashes with co-workers and resultant firings -- Dan Harmon has a die-hard fanbase from NBC's "Community," which at one point was saved from the ax by a...
  • Freebie Friday: Mother's Day freebies at Starbucks, Butterfly World and more

    Freebie Friday: Mother's Day freebies at Starbucks, Butterfly World and more
    It's Freebie Friday! Today's edition is devoted to all the hard-working moms out there. My massive list is packed with freebies, dining deals, retail coupons, last-minute gift ideas and free fun things to do with the lady in your life on Mother's Day...
  • Oprah: Basketball Mogul? Winfrey Joins Geffen, Ellison In Bid For Clippers

    Oprah Winfrey is at the center of an empire that includes stakes in a cable network and a glitzy magazine. Is she about to add a major sports team to her holdings? "Oprah Winfrey is in discussions with David Geffen and Larry Ellison to make a bid for the...
  • Madison Ave. Giants Omnicom, Publicis Halt Affair As Personalities Thwart Merger

    One of the world's biggest advertising companies, Omnicom Group, is known for the work it does for Pepsi, while its French contemporary, Publicis Groupe, has been an important advisor to Coca-Cola. Just like those two fervent soda competitors, the two...
  • Maya Angelou, a daughter of the South, a voice for us all

    Before she sat down to write her first book, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," Maya Angelou had already pulled off several stunning acts of personal reinvention. The St. Louis-born daughter of an Arkansas sharecropper family, Angelou had been a streetcar...
  • Cards, not cash, for Mom

    Cards, not cash, for Mom
    Cash is crass. Clearly, that's the perception since gift card spending for Mother's Day is up again this year. Apparently, the I-can't-think-of-anything-to-buy-my-mom crowd, or 43 percent of those purchasing a Mother's Day gift, will fork over $2.1...
  • 'Neighbors' star Zac Efron: Keeping quiet while being loud

    It seemed juicy: A close-up shot of Zac Efron and his intense blue eyes flanked by a cover line about Alcoholics Anonymous. After keeping mum about rumored rehab stints for months, was the onetime "High School Musical" star about to open up about his...
  • Randy Newman Joins Son Amos at WME

    Randy Newman has joined the ranks of composers at William Morris Endeavor after many years as a client of the Gorfaine-Schwartz Agency, Variety has learned. Newman is a two-time Oscar winner, six-time Grammy winner and three-time Emmy winner, and is...
  • Tuesday's Clippers-Warriors Game on TNT Draws More Than 4.7 Million Viewers

    Tuesday night's late NBA playoff game on TNT between the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State Warriors, played hours after Clippers owner Donald Sterling was banished from the sport, drew 4.732 million viewers, according to Nielsen, making it this...
  • 'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Isn't it iconic?

    'Dancing With the Stars' recap: Isn't it iconic?
    "Dancing With the Stars" was all about Team USA this week, as "American Icon" night featured the stars' role models, celebrated our troops with our Troupe, and highlighted classic Tinseltown liiiiiiiive from Hollywood itself. Season 18's Week 9 had each...
  • Maya Angelou: 6 places to learn more about her extraordinary life

    Maya Angelou, who died Wednesday at age 86, is best known for being an accomplished author, civil-rights advocate and poet, but she had many different lives -- as a streetcar conductor, performer, dancer. To learn more about her, step inside museums...