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Zap2ItThe enduringly popular movie gets another lavish home-video rendering in a new edition including both DVD and Blu-ray copies of the film, plus new special features in two documentaries, one a profile of director Michael Curtiz. Humphrey Bogart and...
You might say that Joseph Cornell lived in a box within a box. From his early teens to his death in 1972 at the age of 69, the artist stayed firmly tied to a home in Queens he shared with his mother and invalid brother. When Cornell ventured out, it was...
NEWPORT BEACH — If the walls of this beachside jazz joint could talk, oh, the story they would tell. Those walls of The Blue Beet date back 100 years, but the music venue and restaurant near the Newport Pier over the years has been shaped by much...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPaula B. Hill’s life is so deeply ingrained with theater culture, it is the stuff of movies. She is a celebration of the adventure of an exuberant and exciting life lived up high, free to go and see and be but still grounded by her strong ties to...
My Pet WorldThere are dog shows, and then there's Westminster. Established in 1877, the show is second only to the Kentucky Derby as America's longest running sporting event. The founders of Westminster thought that having a little event in New Year City might stir...
The Grand Old Lady of Laguna has no need for a facelift, but recently the Hotel Laguna's interior underwent an "up-do." Georgia Andersen presided over the Oct. 13 rededication of the hotel to celebrate the extensive remodeling of its interior. The...
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The historic Hotel Laguna suffered two catastrophes last year: Owner Claes Andersen died over the summer and record rainfall damaged the aging hotel's roof in December, causing the ceilings of the second story to fall in, according to Georgia Andersen,...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelBarrymore will make her debut beside Robert Osborne on March 3. "The Essentials" is a Saturday evening staple that salutes a classic film. The choices this season will include "Dinner at Eight," which features Drew's grandfather, John, and great-uncle...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe festival does include his best-remembered film ("Spartacus"), his most-acclaimed performance (as Vincent Van Gogh in "Lust for Life"), his favorite film ("Lonely Are the Brave") and the best movie he ever made (Stanley Kubrick's "Paths of Glory"). And...
Tony Curtisâ widow says he was always fighting a history of smoking; tributes to âSome Like It Hotâ star include TCM marathonThe TV Guy - Orlando SentinelTony Curtis was nominated for the Oscar just once -- for the 1958 drama "The Defiant Ones." But the twin peaks of his career are "Some Like It Hot" (which everyone has seen) and "Sweet Smell of Success" (which everyone should see). Turner Classic Movies...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelI love feature stories about veteran actors, and The New York Times has a doozy today on Eli Wallach. The story by A.O. Scott is lovely, heartfelt and surprising. And I don't want to spoil it for you....
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