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  • Annabelle Gurwitch on why 50 is the new 50

     Annabelle Gurwitch on why 50 is the new 50
    When Annabelle Gurwitch turned 50, she struggled to navigate her way through a stagnant marriage, the extensive list of anti-aging products offered at the beauty counter and solicitations from the AARP. In her new collection of humorous essays, "I See You Made An Effort: Compliments, Indignities, and Survival Stories from the Edge of 50" (Blue Rider Press, 256 pp., $25.95), the actress, comedian and writer examines the experiences that come with aging, whether falling in lust with the guy working at the Apple Genius bar, watching a best friend struggle with pancreatic cancer or a growing sense of invisibility — "an alternate universe, one that exists in exactly the same space-time, but is unseen by those who are younger."
  • Hal Douglas dies at 89; voice artist in film and TV

    Hal Douglas dies at 89; voice artist in film and TV
    Hal Douglas was a movie star, but only until the feature film started. Douglas, who was one of the most sought-after voice artists working in film and television, did the narration for so many movie trailers that he could not recall how many he recorded...

    Remembering radio hosts Lohman and Barkley

     
    Roger Barkley, left, and Al Lohman, hosts of KFI's Lohman and Barkley show, pose with 1922 transmitter built by Earle C. Anthony to promote 50th anniversary celebration of KFI.

    Michael Sporn dies at 67; Oscar- and Emmy-nominated animator

    Michael Sporn dies at 67; Oscar- and Emmy-nominated animator
    Animation director Michael Sporn, best known for his adaptations of children's stories that were shown on HBO, PBS and other networks, had a childhood that was interrupted. When he was a toddler his father abandoned the family, and although his mother...

    'Brokeback Mountain' opera saddles up in Madrid

    'Brokeback Mountain' opera saddles up in Madrid
    MADRID — With just days left before the world premiere Tuesday of the opera "Brokeback Mountain," the Teatro Real in Madrid was hopping. Sixty feet below the stage, a props guy was painting rosy cheeks on Ennis Del Mar's baby. In the wig shop,...