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Jacket CopyOn Monday, Jacket Copy wondered how former USC football coach Pete Carroll's book "Win Forever" is selling. Carroll's winning tenure has come into question after the NCAA leveled penalties against the school for improprieties made during his time there....
Love is a condition of life that rewards all the virtues, except moderation. Thus, our enduring fascination with the compelling and tumultuous relationship between Elizabeth Taylor and the late Richard Burton. Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger are the...
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Gold DerbyWell, at least this should be easy for many of the award nuts who hang out at The Envelope. Or maybe not? To see the answers, click the "Continue Reading" link below. 1.) What play has won the most awards? a.) "The Coast of Utopia" b.) "Amadeus" c.)...
Ye Coach &Horses, the Sunset Boulevard juke joint near Curson Avenue that has been in business for more than 70 years, is being evicted by its landlord and neighbor, Samuel French bookstore. The eviction notice, which was delivered July 1 and requires...
Jacket CopyElizabeth Gilbert, devastated after her marriage failed, went to Italy, India and Indonesia to recover and to try to rediscover something about herself. Her immersion in food, faith and the paradise of Bali sounds like a pretty good start at......
Jean Simmons, a radiant British actress who as a teenager appeared opposite Laurence Olivier in "Hamlet" and emerged a star whose career flourished in the 1950s and 1960s in such films as "Guys and Dolls, "Elmer Gantry" and "Spartacus," has died. She...
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The Daily MirrorSept. 24, 1969: Johnny Hart on the new incivility. The late Ken Reich interviews Angela Davis. Reich writes: Angela Davis, 25, says her role in the "struggle for black liberation" had marked her as a special target for the University of California...
Gold DerbyJude Law is likely to contend at the Tony Awards for his triumph in the title role of "Hamlet." The two-time Oscar nominee was cheered by the critics for leading this transfer of the acclaimed Donmar Warehouse production. Law would be the third actor...
Gold DerbyJude Law is hoping to repeat his recent West End triumph in the title role of "Hamlet" when he opens on Broadway tonight. Previews began Sept. 12, and buzz is building about the production. Following the run at the Donmar Warehouse, which ended in mid-...
The Big PictureIf you've been reading the gloom and doom stories in the press lately, you know that Hollywood is going through its fair share of belt tightening. Unsure about future profits, studios have been cutting back on everything including movie production......
Gold DerbyTwo of these stars below are tied for suffering the most Oscar snubs among actresses: six defeats, no wins. Can you name them? To see the answer, click the "Continue Reading" link underneath the photos. ANSWER: Deborah Kerr and Thelma Ritter. Oscarless...
Jacket CopyBuddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh's treatise on mindfulness, "You Are Here," marks its fourth week on our nonfiction bestseller list. Thich Nhat Hanh was born in Vietnam 73 years ago, joined a Zen monastery as a teenager and, at age......
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