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Hurry up and slow down. That's one way to look at a road trip. You don't hop a plane and zip off halfway around the world. You slide in behind the wheel and get a grip, you feel the planet, you experience the travel. Travel becomes part of the...
The news business is often a negative business, and sometimes it’s hard to come up for air when you’re swimming in the sewer. I’m certainly guilty of getting caught up in what feels like a cycle that has often left me wondering, is the...
Tags: Rupert Murdoch
She's got the look. She's also got the walk, the talk and the wardrobe. When Michelle Williams pouts and flounces and oozes her way across the screen in "My Week With Marilyn," giving herself unreservedly to the role of a tormented yet still-alluring...
Gayle Anderson was live in Hollywood to see what's new at "The New and Improved Ripley's Believe It Or Not!". The iconic "RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT!" Hollywood Odditorium is open again after a temporary closure to give the show a major facelift....
Tags: Radio, Academy Awards, Concerts, Music, Frank Sinatra
Zap2ItJimmy Fallon of "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" on NBC Q: "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" has developed solid traction since it premiered in 2009. How are you feeling about the show these days? A: You know, we're just keeping our heads down and working...
Tags: Tyler Perry, TBS (tv network), Human Interest, Concerts, Music
Rod Blagojevich's approval ratings had tanked and he was furious. Illinois voters were ingrates, the former governor complained to an aide on an undercover recording played at his corruption trial Thursday. "I (expletive) busted my ass and pissed...
Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of Julie Karges' last name. I once had a neighbor who made a living as a tree trimmer. And every so often, he would dig up an unwanted but valuable tree — usually some kind of palm — and plant it...
There was nothing "shabby" about the Glendale's Assistance League's "Shabby Chic" Fashion Show and its "Tres Chic Tea" on April 26. Each year the league models shimmy between luncheon tables showing off ensembles for pennies on the dollar. They are all on...
Literary Editor"A Moment in the Sun" By John Sayles McSweeney's, 968 pages, $29 John Sayles may be better known as a filmmaker ("Lone Star," "Eight Men Out" and my favorite, "Return of the Secaucus 7") than as a novelist, but this drama spanning five years, and...
Orlando Arts BlogHere's today's art-page spotlight from the Orlando Sentinel's Calendar section, written by my colleague Tod Caviness: The Confident Line WHAT: Born to a poor family in Oregon, Henry Patrick Raleigh sketched high society so well that he found himself swept...
Associated PressA light plane carrying four U.S. citizens on a medical aid flight crashed in Baja California, killing all four aboard, Mexican authorities said Sunday. The Beechcraft A36 was on a flight from Ensenada to San Quintin when it disappeared Friday....
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