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  • THEATER

    THEATER
    "Wiesenthal": Often called "the Jewish James Bond," Simon Wiesenthal brought hundreds of Nazis to justice after World War II. "Wiesenthal" is a one-man-show starring Tom Dugan, who also wrote the script after being inspired by stories from his war-hero...
  • Stanley Rubin dies at 96; prolific writer-producer of TV and film

    Stanley Rubin dies at 96; prolific writer-producer of TV and film
    There was a 69-year gap between the time that Stanley Rubin enrolled at UCLA in hopes of launching a writing career and 2006, when he actually graduated. And during that seven-decade break in schooling, the prolific film and television writer and...
  • Oscars: '12 Years a Slave' puts spotlight on Hollywood's approach to race

    Oscars: '12 Years a Slave' puts spotlight on Hollywood's approach to race
    Was it ultimately a race about race? The best picture Oscar is meant to honor the year's greatest achievement in film, and "12 Years a Slave" had no shortage of supporters before winning the top honor Sunday. But for all the film's artistry, the...
  • 'British Indy Jones' on quest to find South Florida's Jewish history

    'British Indy Jones' on quest to find South Florida's Jewish history
    After tangling with snakes and dodging gunfire while venturing into remote and dangerous regions, he's become known as the British Indiana Jones. But instead of trying to find the Holy Grail, Tudor Parfitt's passion is tracing the ancestral history of...
  • Box Office: 'Lego Movie' Will Heat Up Weekend With $45 Million-Plus

    With Warner Bros.' demo-straddling toon "The Lego Movie" poised to hit $45 million-plus this weekend, the temperature at the domestic box office is expected to be hotter than usual, despite fierce snowstorms forecast to blanket the East Coast on Sunday....
  • The return of Inspector Maigret

    The return of Inspector Maigret
    In an ambitious act of reinvention, Penguin has announced that it will reissue, in new translations, all 75 of Georges Simenon’s Inspector Maigret mysteries -- some of the bleakest, and best, works ever produced in the genre. The first two are out...
  • World's first Porsche uncovered--and it's electric

    World's first Porsche uncovered--and it's electric
    The Egger-Lohner electric vehicle C.2 Phaeton may sound like R2D2’s cousin, but at more than 100 years old and with a notable automotive pedigree, these are not the droids you’re looking for. This is a Porsche. Nicknamed the P1, this...
  • 2014 Oscar Nominated Short Films Hit Theaters Jan. 31

    Shorts HD and Magnolia will release this year's Oscar nominated short films in over 250 theaters across the U.S., Canada and Europe on Jan. 31. Over 400 theaters will ultimately screen the movies during the theatrical run. This will be the only chance...
  • Bristol Palin's scathing critique of Wendy Davis is shameful

    This post has been corrected, as indicated below. Texas reproductive rights hero (and I really mean hero) Wendy Davis' children think she was a fine mother. End of discussion, right? Were that it were so, but Bristol Palin disagrees. On her blog...
  • California Rep. George Miller earned his SOTU shout-out

    California Rep. George Miller earned his SOTU shout-out
    It was kind of cute, actually. Two men who, between them, have served about 80 years in Congress — and one of them ran for president — stood there beaming at each other like schoolboys after President Obama gave them a shout-out during the...
  • Scandi TV in focus

    A bunch of attention-grabbing Scandi projects were presented at the opening TV seminar of the Nordic Film Market, "TV Drama Vision," held at Goteborg on Thursday. One of them was "Welcome to Sweden," the English-speaking Swedish comedy series created,...
  • The day Pete Seeger faced down the HUAC as though, well, he had a hammer

    Folk singer and political activist Pete Seeger, who died Tuesday at age 94, was more than a folk singer, of course. He also was a political radical, and for all the gentleness of his lyrics, he seemed to have been built around a spine of steel. Seeger...