As 'Black Panther' shows, inclusion pays at the box office
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Good times roll on in Annapolis
The Nose on the Senate's 'porn rock' hearings, 30 years later
George N. Manis, lawyer
Film review: Eastwood's 'Jersey Boys' catchy but uneven
Film Review: 'Million Ways' is Seth's take on Western
Film Review: Jolie's a fun hero-villain in 'Maleficent'
Film Review: 'Out of the Furnace' rusted over
$1.5M of counterfeit goods seized from Dundalk flea market
Baltimore County police raid Plaza Flea Market for counterfeit goods
New doc offers a compelling look at bullying, if not the whole story
Violent video games: Not your grandfather's fairy tales
Mary Avara scrubbed those dirty movies
Zellweger film to shoot in Baltimore
UP IN SMOKE
Life doesn't need to be rated R
Lee's film gets 'Caution' sign: an NC-17 rating
Man arrested in fake-goods case
Big Tobacco rolls on, leaving surreal trail of death
When politics is involved, free expression gets smoked
Big-screen rebels sans cigarettes just seem bogus
Tougher film ratings loom if actors smoke on screen
Where sports, religion meet isn't a place all feel comfortable
Ratings board takes small steps toward change
TV industry aims to lend visibility to the V-chip
John Waters has mellowed, but his humor remains twisted, his sensibilities bizarre
Park Service wants cash, not credits, for its movie locations
INSIDERS OUT Politics: An openly gay and powerful Washington couple goes about the business of championing music and human rights, and making sexual orientation a non-issue.
Agree or disagree, Valenti rates Television: The new TV ratings system crafted by the longtime Hollywood figure is a near-perfect piece of Washington brokering, but critics say it serves the networks more than parents.
TCTelevision program code comes too lateOnce again,...
As expected, PG dominates prime-time TV ratings
Critical Mass Kids lose out, but adults get good drama; Television
Support for TV ratings is weak Television: The six age-based categories of programs do not satisfy those who want content spelled out.
System for TV ratings ready But age-based warnings anger child advocates
Dit-dit-dit-dah: V is for Various Vocables
Dole changes his tune to 'Hooray for Hollywood' GOP candidate praises films that reinforce basic American values; CAMPAIGN 1996
Voluntary TV rating proposal criticized Analysts question move as empty ploy to answer public outcry; 'An awesome task'; Network executives tell Clinton system will be ready by 1997
Locking Out Violence Analysis: Is the television industry really ready to monitor itself, or is Washington about to give Fox and other networks the keys to the hen house?
Fox TV takes V-chip plunge
Networks consider TV show ratings 4 major broadcasters end opposition, seek to draft own system
Today in history: Oct. 7In 1765, the...