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THE FREE SHEET A ROUNDUP OF REGIONAL FREEBIES
Actor is found dead in N.Y.
SHE CAN DO 'WHATEVER'
'Fire' lacks any genuine spark
Latino film festival at Creative Alliance
Story of 'Sunset Boulevard' might fly over youngsters' heads
What happens in New York is all that matters, says 'New Yorker'
The TV role that launched Clive Owen's film career
Mirren says she is 'mortified' by tales she snubbed the queen
We kiss-and-tell about these famous lip-locks
Imperfect 'Stranger' is done in by its twists
you're such a critic
Oscars reflect newfound diversity
Comic Lil' JJ has big talent
Oprah's meaning for black women
Joke's On Them
After edgy start, telecast loses steam
Razzies 'honor' the worst that Hollywood has to offer
Gooding reinventing himself
JFK Jr. talks about JFK
Strong cast, weak story
Unreeling in the next few months Previews: Coming soon are "Marvin's Room," "Return of the Jedi" and a rerelease of John Waters' "Pink Flamingos." Save room for popcorn.
Mfume's NAACP agenda ambitious Welfare reform, affirmative action among items in talk
Tricky plotting riddles this film with suspense Review: 'Rich Man's Wife' proves once again director Amy Holden Jones is as nasty as she wants to be.
'Queen,' 'Ali' and 'Khan' make a good mix tonight
Sinbad, Berry lead the way on night of Essence honors
'Friends' are turning up all over town Interviews: David Schwimmer is featured in 'Vogue,' Courteney Cox in 'Redbook' and Lisa Kudrow in 'Elle.'
Magazines sell big when they put their best faces forward Beauty pageant: With the likes of Oprah, Whitney Houston and Cindy Crawford, periodicals catch the eye, then reel in the reader.
'Little Indian, Big City'**; PG"Little Indian, Big...
If film's a hit, call her 'star' Big break: Theresa Randle hopes her new movie, 'Girl 6,' will propel her to Girl 1.
A Thriller With Brains Movie review: With terrific acting go, Kurt Russell! plots and subplots and things going wrong, 'Executive Decision' will have you on the edge of your seat.
Spring's crop of films is mostly adult fare Of age: In the next few weeks movies with grown-up stars like John Malkovich, Robert Redford, Liam Neeson and Steve Martin dominate. Only one features a young friend from 'Friends.'
Wild-card race: exercise in mediocrity
What About Love?
'Losing Isaiah': two women, two Americas
Halle Berry, looking good Despite being too dark, too light or too beautiful
Salute to Scotland, scares, remakes on spring film list
IF things seem to be the usual...
Bad hair days gone at last
The multicultural whirl of racial identity
Roar of the crowd helps drive 'Program' toward its goal
'Father Hood': Conflicting visions off-camera, chaos for the family
All-Star visitors shine bright, chow down