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  • Monster Mash: Richard Rogers wins Stirling Prize in architecture; Tate galleries enter movie biz; painting keeps time

     
    -- Top prize: Richard Rogers has won the Stirling Prize in architecture for his work on the Maggie's Centre in Hammersmith, London. (London Times) -- New venture: The Tate network of art galleries in Britain is planning to produce its......
  • 'Nazi Pelosi:' Health-care, D.C. demeaned

     
    by Mark Silva "Nazi Pelosi!'' a heckler called out today, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled the Democratic leadership's plan for health-care legislation in Washington. On a street corner a few blocks from the White House the other day, a......
  • 'Precious' star Gabby Sidibe: 'It's so scary to think about' the Oscars!

     
    When the BBC asked Gabourey Sidibe what she thought of all the Oscar buzz for "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire," she replied, "It's so scary to think about such a thing. I don't know if I'm an Oscar-worthy actress or I'm in an Oscar-worthy...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: 'Star Trek' best cast movie | 'Doctor Who' tries legal series | 'An Education' from director Lone Scherfig

     
    • The Casting Society of America held the silver-anniversary edition of the Artios Awards on Monday night in both Gotham and LA. The CSA kudos -- saluting the best in casting -- went to "Star Trek" (drama feature), "Tropic Thunder" (comedy feature),...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Jude Law loses 'Hamlet' duel | '24' brings back evil ex-prez | Roger Friedman: Grammys field fallow

     
    • The long lists for the Evening Standard theater kudos saluting the best of London's West End have been released. Jude Law was snubbed for his "Hamlet" at the Donmar Warehouse, but "Doctor Who" star David Tennant earned a nod for playing the desolate...
  • Oscar voter: Michael Jackson's 'This Is It' will be nominated for best picture

     
    A veteran Oscar voter predicts Michael Jackson's "This Is It" will be nominated for best picture based upon its reception at today's academy screening. He e-mails Gold Derby this report, "Just attended Sunday afternoon screening of 'This Is It' at AMPAS...
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Will 'Flight of the Conchords' be grounded? | 'The Sound of Music' soars once more

     
    • "Flight of the Conchords" star Jemaine Clement has said his offbeat HBO comedy series may not continue for a third season because it requires so much work, but a final decision will be made within a month. Clement told Reuters that he needs to discuss...
  • Oscars predix for best pix: Now the real experts pipe in

     
    Last week we showcased the Oscars predix of top film journalists. Now it's time to tap the views of the shrewdest awards pundits around here. Below are the best-picture predix of our forum moderators Chris "Boomer" Beachum, Matthew "Boidiva02" Cormier,...
  • Designs on power

    What a scandal it would be to see Adolf Hitler's portrait hanging in Berlin today or tomorrow. Of course, it could never happen because German law prohibits the public display of celebratory portraits of Der Fuehrer, as well as Nazi signs and symbols like...
  • Communism's grim toll

    WHEN President Bush declared, at Tuesday's dedication of the Victims of Communism Memorial in Washington, that communist regimes had been responsible during the 20th century for taking the lives of 100 million innocent people, he did not so much...
  • Evolution of religious bigotry

    I just watched "Fitna," a 17-minute film by Geert Wilders, head of the Dutch Freedom Party, which takes a hard-line stance against Muslim immigration. Released on the Internet on Thursday, "Fitna" juxtaposes verses from the Koran with images and speeches...
  • How neo are the neocons?

    In the play "Embedded," Tim Robbins' 2003 satire about the Iraq invasion, a thinly veiled Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz shout with Nazi-like gusto, "Hail Leo Strauss!" and get sexually aroused at the prospect of international conquest. During the post-...