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SUN NEWS DIGEST
Of the day
Nose for news takes a hit
Nine cyclists barred from Tour
JACOBSON, JOHN ADAM
Support for actors who make the most of little screen time
'Wallace & Gromit' cleans up in animation awards
A couple of goodfellas hook up in a set
Tonight's lineup is awash in Halloween fright shows
Dolphins' Johnson 0-1 in mind games NFL Week 2
Let's hear it for 'Silence' and its winning co-stars
Supporting Roles Causes: As celebrities increasingly look for issues to champion, and charities seek exposure for their issues, a new public relations niche is born.
Mr. Warmth Review: 4th time's the charm. George Clooney's Batman is the easiest of the brood to like in another lightweight but fun film. Arnold's Freeze ices the deal.
THE KING OF SCARES SCORES HIGH; PREVIEW: THE MINISERIES 'STEPHEN KING'S THE SHINING' MEASURES UP SURPRISINGLY WELL AGAINST THE MOVIE.
MAGICAL MOMENTS TONIGHT
Color just first on day of broken barriers
'Blood & Wine' oozes sleaze
Dana Reeve joins the 'Feds'
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.
Idiotic 'Shadow' casts no spell Review: This ridiculous assassination-plot thriller defies all the laws of logic and moviemaking.
Role in 'Evening Star' has actress looking forward to more happy days Film: Marion Ross lands a part in a movie, and she's delighted. She thinks she may even win an Oscar.
Burton's 'Batman' returns with Keaton and Basinger
An honorable lineup
'Evening Star' falls far from predecessor
Get hankies, come to 'Terms'
Elvis' star hasn't set it needs work Deterioration: The King's bronze star in Hollywood's Walk of Fame is looking rather shabby. Hollywood boosters are all shook up.
'Mars Attacks!' crashes to earth
A Warming Trend Movies: After years of violence and mayhem from Hollywood, this season's crop of holiday films breezes into town on angel's wings.
Oscar hype runs high this month
Nicholson plays wolf
Colorful casting required for Clinton-esque 'Primary'
Baltimore is backdrop for detectives and diners
Teen photographer earned a D in class, an A+ from the pros Reisterstown youth sold works to Hollywood star, will shoot shoes in Europe
Tales of cheap sausage and totalitarianism
A Man of Many Roles Well-versed: Actor Ruben Blades is playing a cop again, this time in Baltimore for an NBC pilot. He's also a Grammy-winning singer, a lawyer and a runner-up for Panama's presidency.
If Muhammad Ali has kept regrets at bay, he's still the greatest fighter of all time
Johnson's show and tell spans a new generation of believers Return wows his son, 3, and older folks, too
Esquire and Spy give the past year its due ridicule
f/x salutes campy 'Batman'
Acting carries 'Crossing' Several outstanding performances make up for Sean Penn's shortcomings as a new director in this story of grief out of control.
'White Man's Burden'"White Man's Burden" works a...
Mourning arrives, so does Miami Center gives Riley team to watch out for