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  • My Emmy nominations predictions: 79% correct

     
    OK, I was behaving quite cheekily when I promised 100% accuracy with my Emmy nominations predictions, but I did score quite well: 79%. Of my 101 predix, 80 proved to be correct. There turned out to be two more nominations in these categories, thanks to...
  • Emmy episode entries revealed: Lea Michele, Hugh Laurie, Jim Parsons plus more

     
    Good news, Hugh Laurie fans! After four past defeats at the Emmys, the "House M.D." star might finally win best drama actor when trophies are doled out on Aug. 29. Things are also looking great for three-time past champ Tony Shalhoub, who may get a...
  • Are 'Friday Night Lights' stars doomed at the Emmys?

     
    Judging from a historical perspective, Connie Britton and Kyle Chandler ("Friday Night Lights"), Matthew Fox ("Lost") and January Jones ("Mad Men") are long shots to win Emmys, according to our contributor Chris "cking33" Hine. He sent an alert to Gold...
  • Early Emmy predictions: drama series, lead actor and lead actress

     
    You've already seen the Emmy predictions covering the top comedy races from me and our two experts Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Rob Licuria (AwardsHeaven). Now here's how we rank the major drama contests. BEST DRAMA SERIES Tom O'Neil Rob Licuria Chris...
  • 'Lost': And then there were five

     
    When "Lost" began, it had 14 regular characters. A cast that size was basically unprecedented on network television at the time. Two of those characters didn't speak English. One of them was an Iraqi. One of them was a bald......
  • 'Lost' Thursdays: 'Push the button'

     
    Sadly, I don't have as much time for this week's "Lost" Thursday post as I'd like. Happily, that's because I'm working on some exciting, top secret "Lost" content that will roll out as we approach the finale, and I hope......
  • Yann Martel and his allegorical menagerie

     
    At the Festival of Books on Sunday, Michael Silverblatt launched his discussion with Yann Martel by addressing the elephant in the room: “Beatrice and Virgil,” his third book, received an enormous bandwidth of critical response, some ecstatic and some...
  • Literary prize winners discuss the use of voice and language

     
    In the session "Life Stories" at the Festival of Books on Saturday, moderator David Kipen deftly referenced passages in several of the authors’ most recent books and facilitated a lively discussion between Rafael Yglesia, Paul Harding, and Colson...
  • Selling 'unstoppable voices' to the highest bidder

     
    In the Festival of Books' Sunday panel “Unstoppable Voices,” moderated by author Susan Straight, the voices were not, as billed, unstoppable. Rather, they were frequently interrupted by laughter. Jane Smiley, Mona Simpson, Maile Meloy and Marianne...
  • Of love 'Lost'

    Of love 'Lost'
    Well, it could have been worse. It could have all been a dream. Actually, that might have been better, if the finale of "Lost" had ended with some alien life form or surprising human — Ray Bradbury, say, or Terry O'Quinn in a pre-audition nap &#...
  • A place to crash in Manhattan Beach

    A place to crash in Manhattan Beach
    "Lost" star Matthew Fox has listed a house in Manhattan Beach for sale at $1.995 million. The Spanish-style home, built in 1927, features coved ceilings, arched doorways, two corner fireplaces, decorative tile stair risers and a wooden stairway with...