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Mavericks are unbranded cattle, by definition, but each year Details magazine puts its stamp of approval on Hollywood's innovative set. Editor Dan Peres welcomed the 2012 crop of Hollywood Mavericks — a combination of actors, execs, writers and...
Sanaa Lathan: The Sunday Conversation interview with Sanaa Lathan in the Oct. 14 Calendar section said that her TV series "Boss" would be airing its season finale that night. The season finale airs Friday. Fracking study: An article in the Oct. 15...
The musical "Once" and Stephen Karam's play "Sons of the Prophet" took the top honors at the Lucille Lortel Awards in New York on Sunday. The awards recognize excellence in off-Broadway productions and are presented by the League of Off-Broadway...
24 FramesThe box office hit, "The Help," which looks at the lives of maids and their employees in the early 1960s in the South, won best film Friday evening at the 43rd annual NAACP Image Awards....
Culture MonsterFrom New York — Playwright Lynn Nottage is best known now for her harrowing Pulitzer Prize-winning drama “Ruined,” a play about a group of Congolese brothel workers surviving the aftermath of horrific wartime violence. But her subject...
The sophomore season of the Starz drama series turned out to be its last, but not for any lack of memorable acting by Kelsey Grammer, still ferocious as imperious - and secretly ill - Chicago Mayor Tom Kane. The saga resumes with a shocking attack that...
Tags: DVDs, Troy Garity, Martin Donovan, Tom Kane, Kelsey Grammer
Channel Guide MagazineIt’s a good deal more frantic and there are more people milling about than when I last visited the set of Starz‘s Boss. Mario Van Peebles is in the director’s chair, and neither Kelsey Grammer nor Troy Garity are anywhere to be seen. The...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelAMC's riveting "Breaking Bad" continues at 10 p.m. Sunday. It is headed toward a Sept. 2 season finale. The final eight episodes will air next summer. It's not going to end well for Walt White, but you know that, don't you?...
A Raisin in the Sun Through Nov. 3 at the Westport Country Playhouse, 25 Powers Court, Westport, westportplayhouse.org Better late than never, Lorraine Hansberry's game-changing 1959 Broadway hit A Raisin in the Sun is making its Westport Country...
VarietyThe historical indignities suffered by performers of color are legion. Especially in act two, Lynn Nottage's "By the Way, Meet Vera Stark" indicts the industry's checkered minority record while exploring our own fractured relationship with our movie...
Tags: Carol Burnett, Merv Griffin, Amanda Detmer
Meet the new "Boss," almost the same as the old "Boss." This works without qualification as a line in a Who song about teenage rebellion. Applied to the TV series about the autocratic Chicago ruler played by Kelsey Grammer, it is both good and bad. It's...
Tags: Politics, Connie Nielsen, Ezra Stone, Kelsey Grammer, Elections
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