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Sun Movie CriticAn African-American actor nominated for his portrayal of a Ugandan madman. A best-picture category that includes a movie filmed in Berber, Arabic, Spanish and Japanese (and another shot almost exclusively in Japanese). A Mexican director whose work...
Reality CheckLet's face it: This far into the competition, there aren't going to be stark differences in abilities between the contestants on Hell’s Kitchen. This isn't American Idol. Chef Gordon Ramsay usually bases his decisions on performance.The final four...
Reality CheckChef Gordon Ramsay recruited a bunch of young football players and cheerleaders for this week's challenge on Hell's Kitchen -- breakfast. I'm pretty sure that this was a first on the show. The 100 kids were hungry, but instead of......
Los Angeles TimesHOLLYWOOD - The Aviator, an old-fashioned Hollywood epic about Howard Hughes' obsessions, romances and crippling neuroses, captured 11 nominations to top all contenders for next month's 77th annual Academy Awards, including best picture, best actor for...
SunSpot StaffSixty days have passed since city officials received three bids to build a major hotel adjacent to the Baltimore Convention Center, and a member of the review committee said today that the panel was seeking to support a development that will benefit the...
The Wall Street JournalRunning the Loews hotel empire takes a lot of stamina for Chief Executive Jonathan Tisch, especially at meal time. With a travel schedule that keeps him on the road two weeks a month, the 50-year-old New Yorker has lunch at high-profile spots like the...
The Wall Street JournalWith the holiday shopping season already under way, many of the nation's leading retailers say they plan to avoid the kind of deep, across-the-board discounts that gave last year's season an air of desperation -- and crimped profits. Instead, many are...
The Wall Street JournalThe Swede behind the world's most popular song-swapping software is at it again. Niklas Zennstrom, who co-founded Kazaa B.V., the company that created the program of choice for sharing songs and videos online, now is offering Internet service providers...
Los Angeles TimesCHICAGO - California Gov. Gray Davis gained ground yesterday in his effort to keep other prominent Democrats out of the recall election - as the nation's largest labor organization greeted him with rousing support here, and state labor leaders prepared to...
SunSpot StaffBaltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley said today that he hopes to make a decison early next week on whether to accept a unanimous recommendation that a 750-room Hilton, proposed by a group headed by Black Entertainment Television founder Robert L. Johnson,...
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