With HD DVD player, size of TV matters
Sinclair's WNUV to air new CW network in fall
Foley artists make scenes sound right
WEEK IN REVIW
Music labels uneasy over Wal-Mart deal
Sarbanes doggedly pursues changes in policy at Fed He wants top banker to cut interest rates to create jobs for poor
Say cheese and smile for 'Mouse' dTC
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Record labels get into the groove Music: From the Stones to Streisand, the big push for sales is on.
Going solo, on right note Musician: Saxophone player Ron Holloway of Glen Burnie has performed with the best in jazz, including Dizzy Gillespie. Working on his fourth album and almost 44, he's glad he waited and gained experience.
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Scripture code is said to be broken Book: Messages can be found in Old Testament, author says. 'Nostradamus for real!' publicist says.
Alas, no 'Anna'
Nothing personal, really Review: Fans hearing evidence of lead singer David Gahan's drug abuse in 'Ultra' songs should listen again.
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.
Sinclair Group buying KUPN-TV of Las Vegas $87 million outlay provides entry into rapidly growing market
A World of Shopping Cities: In some areas of London, Hong Kong, Paris, Chicago, Munich and New York, the business of buying becomes a unique travel experience.
Indie films shine in award competition
Hard Rock Cafe plans TV series
IN a SPIN Music: Too much of a good thing in stores makes giving CDs to tough-to-buy-for folks sound better than ever.
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Nike runs amok in New York Marketing: At New York's Nike Town, the newest temple to the swoosh, worshipers bow at the feet of the gods of sneakerdom.
'Evita' soundtrack is no showstopper Review: Madonna's acting in the film is said to be terrific, but her fans may be disappointed in the soundtrack.
Little Taverns sold hamburgers 'by the bagful'
Blowing in: new sounds, familiar faces, big concerts Music: Albums are on the way from recent stars like Sheryl Crow and Snoop Doggy Dogg, nut old performers like Donovan and the Monkees are still generating heat.; Pop Music Preview.
Sinclair and Fox work out new deal Network to continue on WBFF-TV at least through August 2001
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Books boost the cost of today's films
Funk is flying high, 20 years later Roots: The slippery synths, fatback drums and heavy bass are as hip now as they were in the 1970s, when they were considered revolutionary.
R.E.M. manager resigned after harassment complaint
Hollywood accounting suffers a blow in court Lawsuit: Movie studios lose first round in potentially crucial court battle as judge upholds class-action.
Threat to Time Warner-Turner merger is removed Delaware court rejects U S West's effort to block it; Media and entertainment
MR. STYER GOES TO HOLLYWOOD Can a mild-mannered state bureaucrat lure an Eastwood thriller to Maryland?
Japanese pop travels badly Tune in: Japanese pop music may sound a little strange to Americans, but that's no reason not to listen.
Aquarium sets record Premier attraction: The National Aquarium reports record-breaking attendance of 1.63 million for 1995.
From Sci-Fi, a lump of coal
12 Days of Christmas CDs Songs of the season: A reviewer's true love plies him with new recordings, and he listens. And listens and listens and listens.
Baltimore County's business chill NIMBYs rule: With decision against moviehouse, another promising project may be lost.
Hampton Inn to open 1st hotel in White Marsh by mid-1996 Work on 120-room facility expected to begin by Dec.
Green Spring Valley opens hearts and wallets
Viveca Lindfors, 74, the Swedish-born actress whose...
Diller taking aim at networks TV tycoon hopes base of stations can be start of something big; Baltimore is key; Channel 24 is among outlets, could be scene of major changes
Worthy of Prince: 'Gold' glitters
Time Warner and Turner agree to a dream marriage $7.5 billion deal holds the promise of global empire