Comedy Central has a night with Dr. Katz
'Face/Off' is bloody and brilliant
What will be the question song of this decade? Reading: Annual music issue of Details explores popular tunes and finds there is a generation gap. A candid Jodie Foster talks to Premiere; Magazines
Cal to touch all the bases
'Con Air' is one fast and funny joy ride Review: Nicolas Cage is over the top, as he should be in this over-the-top thriller.
Taking 1st step to Tinseltown School: The Young Artists Theatre in Howard County gives child actors a taste of stardom and a chance to earn a paycheck.
The Philadelphia spirit
Germany's Scientology phobia Religion: It began with fears that Scientologists were manipulating the real estate market in Hamburg.
Burton's 'Batman' returns with Keaton and Basinger
Critical Mass Works of art
Critical Mass Urban editing: In with the old, and out with it; Architecture.
Critical Mass Musical mosts
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Critical Mass Overall, stage is strong despite some losses; Theater
Critical Mass Kids lose out, but adults get good drama; Television
Critical Mass Nasty and nice, here they are, the Top 10 films; Movies
EARTHY ANGEL As 'Michael,' John Travolta is slouchy, sexy and oh-so-cool. But he's not the center of the movie.
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.
CBS holds 'Treasures,' cable offers 'Comic Relief'
GOD in his prime Television: There's a heavenly emanation coming from the small screen, as angels lend helping hands and religious themes get major play.
Author, seduced by a great story, earns 'Civil' time Books: Jonathan Harr, once nearly as bankrupt as his lawyer subject, gets royalty treatment on tour with best-seller.
Colorful casting required for Clinton-esque 'Primary'
In a disastrous summer, many films are dying unseen
'Phenomenon': smart and sweet Review: A nice guy gets nicer as good feeling fuels a summer film. Stranger things have seldom happened.
Face Lift Pageant: The Miss Maryland competition is doing its best to erase the unflattering wrinkles left by last year's bit of nastiness.
Tuning in to Hard Times Television: If programming mirrors life in America, what are we to make of 'Debt,' a game show that sends its luckiest players home with nothing?
Old heishi coral necklace could be valued at $700 Members of Indian pueblos along the Rio Grande make multistrand necklaces of small beads. They can be twisted for a different look.
Miss Piggy gets help from her friendsMoi...
Summer films mix the classic with the dumb Previews: The season starts with a splash and departs with a duh.
Scientology goes online in a big way
Oscar is still a monument to racism of Hollywood
Bleachers are a fan's best friend Outside chances: Coming days early and camping out were stargazers' only hope of getting a seat.
The good, the bad and the ugly
Dodgers exhibit puts you in Jackie Robinson's shoes Play ball: Brooklyn Historical Society encourages visitors to play a part in a chapter of New York history.
Hong Kong's John Woo wows with 'Broken Arrow' Movie review: When Hong Kong filmmaker John Woo turns John Travolta loose, the results are a real thrill.
Local group visits Utah to bring films into Maryland
Details goes Hollywood, and the tinsel piles high All that glitters: New issue covers everything from Scientology to Quentin Tarantino on 'Showgirls.'
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'Someone's at the door': 'American Gothic' returns
Uma Thurman beautifies VF cover Silent treatment: 'Pulp Fiction' actress is a bright star, but she doesn't have much to say.
Images are more compelling than the story in 'White Man's Burden'
'White Man's Burden'"White Man's Burden" works a...
Rock and roll is here to stay, but parents might not find that comforting anymore
Lone Shark Big fish Travolta eats 'Get Shorty' role for lunch. As a merry thug, he keeps the film afloat.
Screen performance sizzles with menace Acting tough: Delroy Lindo does good work as a bad man in 'Clockers.'
HARD-BOILED HEAVEN Mayhem, money, grief and murder leave their mark on movie screens
Character Lane was Dream St. for a sightseer FROM US TO YOU, A LAST HURRAH THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES: THREE EVENING SUN COLUMNISTS SAY SO LONG
Personal watercraft safety at issue
Stuntwomen crashing gender barriers
A Beach Boy he isn't, but Hasselhoff hopes to make it in music