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  • Golden Globes: Idris Elba wins for actor in a TV miniseries

     
    Golden Globes: Idris Elba of "Luther" wins for best actor in a series, mini-series or motion picture made for television at the Golden Globes....
  • Practical and fun cooling tips for all ages

    Practical and fun cooling tips for all ages
    Summer's just about to launch but hot weather made an early start this year. For most, it's an inconvenience, but for others it can be deadly. Here are some practical and fun ways to beat the heat — for children, adults, the elderly and pets....
  • Cheers and jeers among 2011 Emmy nominations

    Cheers and jeers among 2011 Emmy nominations
    Quite a few TV actors were likely surprised early Thursday when they heard about their Emmy nomination, but none more visibly than Plainfield native Melissa McCarthy. "Yikes," said McCarthy, 40, who was announcing the nominees live when her own name came...
  • LIST: The 2011 Primetime Emmy Award Nominations!

    LIST: The 2011 Primetime Emmy Award Nominations!
    It was another good morning at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. The network's flagship drama "Mad Men" stayed an award darling, racking up an impressive 19 Primetime Emmy nominations. Leading the way were stars Jon Hamm and Elizabeth Moss, both nominated in...
  • FULL LIST: Winners at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards

    FULL LIST: Winners at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards
    Yaaaaaaaaaawn. Sorry, I tried my best to not doze off during the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards. There were a few interesting moments (Seth Rogen concealing his erection, the clever acceptance speech from the folks at Modern Family, every Elton John...
  • Apodaca: Academic competition partly to blame for cheating

    Are we raising a generation of cheaters? By many indications, it would appear so. We hear stories, seemingly on a daily basis, about kids displaying varying levels of academic dishonesty. Just last week, three students at Palos Verdes High School made...
  • Q&A: '50/50' star/producer Seth Rogen and writer Will Reiser

    Q&A: '50/50' star/producer Seth Rogen and writer Will Reiser
    It only seems fair to warn you: This interview with “50/50” star Seth Rogen and the movie’s writer, Rogen’s longtime friend Will Reiser, features a lot of discussion about diarrhea. Maybe that’s not what you expect when...
  • 'Too Big to Fail' offers balanced look at 2008 economic crisis

    If the economy hadn't hung in the balance, the economic meltdown of 2008 would make for a great tragic play. Still, the epic story of hubris and greed makes for a gripping, if overly taut HBO film, "Too Big to Fail," airing Monday, May 23. Based on...
  • Musical "Tuck" Gets Special Presentation at Goodspeed

    It's good to be a Goodspeed Musicals member. Members get to see private readings/workshops at the two theaters (Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam; Norma Terris Theatre in Chester). Like the new musical in development "Tuck," based in the 2002...
  • Andrew Upton, minus Cate Blanchett, staying at Sydney Theatre Company

    Andrew Upton, minus Cate Blanchett, staying at Sydney Theatre Company
    Andrew Upton is staying on at the Sydney Theatre Company, assuming the position of sole artistic director starting in January. For the last four years, Upton and his wife, actress Cate Blanchett, have served as co-artistic directors of Australia's most...
  • Bookmark: Cover hides what's really inside

    Her publisher surely meant well, but the cover of Anne Tyler's new novel "The Beginner's Goodbye" (Knopf) is all wrong. The cover — a pair of elegant cups and saucers displayed against a doily-white background — might reasonably be...
  • 'Elams' an entertaining bit of sibling revelry; adapting 'Moby Dick'

    'Elams' an entertaining bit of sibling revelry; adapting 'Moby Dick'
    "Dinner with the Elams" There are family music acts and family circus acts, but the family improv act is a rarity. "Dinner with the Elams" at iO Theater in Wrigleyville seeks to rectify that, and it's a helluva idea. Three Elam siblings (Erica, Brett...