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Daily American Staff WriterRebecca Anne Katz is at her best when she’s in the pits. The accomplished multi-instrumentalist can sing, bang on the drums and slap the bass — her favorite, however, is playing upright bass in the orchestra pit. “Orchestras are really...
Groller's CornerI regularly watch "The Five" on Fox News. It's called "The Five" because it features five people talking about at least five political and pop culture topics and it's shown live at 5 p.m. weekdays, although I never see it at 5 and get it much later on...
Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelSwitching a kid's elementary school riles parents, and the Seminole School Board was loaded for bear when it decided rezoning for 11 North Phase schools Monday evening. Security has become America's paranoia, and security was tight at the School Board...
Liz Smith"I HATE social networking media even more than yucca fries! ... I communicate every day with dozens of people I've never met. Meanwhile, real friends never call. ... People beg you to 'like' their page, as if that will somehow add substance to their...
Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticHollywood has had a love affair with head-turning white gowns both on-screen and off for more than half a century. Who can forget Marilyn Monroe's white Travilla halter dress billowing around her waist as she stands atop a subway grate in the 1955 film...
Tags: Rodarte, Marilyn Monroe, Edith Head, Awards and Prizes, Givenchy
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It wasn't exactly a mighty victory, but "Jack the Giant Slayer" won the weekend at the box office. The Warner Bros. 3-D action extravaganza, based on the Jack and the Beanstalk legend, made just $28 million to debut at No. 1,...
Although "Argo" took home the Oscar for best picture, it fell short against several of its competitors in another category: the domestic box office. The thriller from Warner Bros. has grossed $129.8 million through Sunday, according to Hollywood.com,...
The awards season has run its course. It's always a relief to see it in the rearview mirror. Even the winners feel that way. Many of the award-winners qualifying for very goodness and even greatness fed an ongoing debate about historical fiction on...
This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details.Andrea Kuchlewska’s “Complete,” now in its West Coast premiere at the Matrix, is a portmanteau parody that jointly sends up the self-help movement, as well as the study of linguistics. The excesses and pretensions of both subjects...
Tags: Anne Hathaway, Celebrities
In Doris Baizley's new play "SexSting," a West Coast premiere by the Katselas Theatre Company, a 14-year-old girl shows up in a chat room. JohnnyD (JD Cullum), a 46-year-old regular, salaciously homes in on the girl, unaware that he's actually hitting...
Tags: Anne Hathaway, Gregory Itzin, FBI
Tonight: James Brolin on ‘Castle’; Gerald McRaney on ‘Mike & Molly’; ‘Burning Love’ spoofs ‘Bachelor’The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelMonday is a night for guest stars, one of the benefits of still being in the February sweeps. (The ratings period ends Wednesday.) Consider: Missi Pyle plays Caroline's mean Aunt Charity on “2 Broke Girls” at 9 on CBS. Our heroines need...
A fascinating standoff between realism and stylization underpins “What May Fall” at Theatre of NOTE. Peter Gil-Sheridan's worthy, albeit quirky drama, in which a fatal plunge from a high-rise carries significant consequences for those who...
Tags: Anne Hathaway
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