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  • 'Grudge Match' review: Actually not that embarrassing

    'Grudge Match' review: Actually not that embarrassing
    **1/2 (out of four) After enough belly flops, a pencil dive looks all right. And that's what "Grudge Match," a generic but decent step up from something like "Escape Plan" or "The Big Wedding," is: The pencil dive of movies, only set in a boxing ring....
  • Milk tabs make a cheap cat toy

    Milk tabs make a cheap cat toy
    Sometimes, the most amazing discoveries come by accident. For instance, the well-known drug Viagra began at the research stage as a medicine to treat spasms in arteries. It didn't work for the intended purpose, but had a startling side effect that found...
  • Why Obama lied about Obamacare

     
    Friday print column updates (and includes the comments on) an earlier blog post making this same point. We will keep this promise to the American people. If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period.......
  • Messaging software Yapmo helps real estate agents, sellers — quietly

    Yapmo, an internal communication program designed to replace inefficient group communications, has unexpectedly found a niche in the real estate sector. Agents are using it to help sellers price their houses and, in some cases, to sell properties before...
  • Film Review: 'Last Vegas'

    As creaky as an arthritic hip, "Last Vegas" does for four leading stars of the '70s and '80s what movies like "Tough Guys" and "Grumpy Old Men" did for survivors of Hollywood's storied Golden Age: It lets them show they can still throw a punch, bust a...
  • Cover Story: Jimmy Kimmel Pushes Limits for Latenight Laughs

    Jimmy Kimmel may have earned himself a seat at the big kids' table in latenight TV, but that doesn't mean he's dulled his edge. If anything, Kimmel's penchant for grabbing headlines and igniting controversy has only grown with his promotion to 11:35 p.m....
  • 'Charlie Countryman' review: Shia + Chicago = Trouble

    'Charlie Countryman' review: Shia + Chicago = Trouble
    *** (out of four) Any movie that hinges on the secret contents of a videotape intentionally mislabeled as “Cubbies win World Series—1995” has a sick, dark sense of humor. In the unexpectedly funny, consistently engrossing “...
  • Erectile dysfunction can be predictor of heart attack

    Dear Pharmacist: I have a bedroom problem. I took Viagra for several years, and it stopped working, so I was put on Cialis. Sometimes that helps, sometimes not. I'm too embarrassed to ask my doctor again. She says this is a part of aging because I am 58....
  • Gronkowski brothers pitch 'The Gronks,' a cartoon about themselves

    Gronkowski brothers pitch 'The Gronks,' a cartoon about themselves
    The Gronkowski brothers never cease to amuse themselves. Like many other semi-famous people these days, New England Patriots tight end Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski and his four male siblings think their hilarious high jinks would make for a terrific TV show....
  • Letters: Corporations vs. contraception

    Re "Birth control cases head to Supreme Court," Nov. 27 Individuals incorporate their businesses, in part, to be afforded certain shields against individual liability. Those corporations are by definition separate from the individual owners. In taking...
  • Letters: Not so fast, Hobby Lobby

    Re "The Hobby Lobby dodge," Editorial, Nov. 27 The Times is absolutely correct. Following Hobby Lobby's claim, a "family business" owned by a Jehovah's Witness adherent could refuse to fund the coverage of blood transfusions, skin grafts, organ...
  • 'Last Vegas': It ain't Noel Coward, but it's a LOT of fun!

    "Sales of President Obama masks at Party City in Augusta, Me., are down ... way down. The public has spoken; no one fantasizes about being a politician anymore. The most popular costume at that Party City? The minions from 'Despicable Me.' ... The...