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Brand XSpencer Pratt's dad 'wishes he had worn a condom,' reality star tweets: So does the rest of the country, mi' fren! Even his family hates him! (Huffington Post)Pervy hacker: A man allegedly steals explicit home videos from girls' and women's computers...
The Morning Fix: More McPherson drama at ABC! Swinging Sumner Redstone. Icahn takes one on the chin. ESPN playing soft with LeBron?Company TownAfter the coffee. Before figuring out how to do this thing faster. ABC Aftermath. With much of the television industry still reeling from the abrupt exit of ABC's entertainment chief, Steve McPherson, attention naturally turned to the overall health of......
Money & CompanyMarket stumping hedge funds. Along with the retirement of hedge fund giant Stanley Druckenmiller, other hedge fund managers have been sending out letters to clients showing little of the confidence that has driven them to oversized returns in the past.......
Nate Appleman (Chef/Butcher in New York) originally hails from Greenville, Ohio and loves to create seasonal dishes inspired by local produce, heritage meats, and Italian traditions. A graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, he most recently was...
When reporters began to ask last weekend about a bruising profile of Bill Clinton that appears in the July issue of Vanity Fair magazine, the former president's aides struck back with this scathing rebuttal. To: Interested Parties From: Office of...
Tags: Hillary Clinton, Brian Grazer, New York, Tsunamis, Disasters
It is time to consider a post-9/11 stupidity amnesty. Anybody who recalls the tidal wave of inane public speech that battered the country in the months after the terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania, during what one writer...
Everyone has a favorite David Sedaris piece. Mine, I don't mind saying, is the essay "Me Talk Pretty One Day," in the collection of the same name. Just like everyone else who claims to love Sedaris (we were unable to procure a single disgruntled reader...
Times Staff WriterThere was a time, not so long ago, when an invitation to see a movie at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences theater in the heart of Beverly Hills was a sure sign of industry clout. But if this season's academy screenings are any indication,...
Times Staff WriterDecember is the month when undiscovered movie gems are found. A band of critics might rise in support, a movie studio may make a last-minute sprint, or a top awards organization could herald an unfamiliar triumph. But what happens when none of that...
Tags: Death, San Francisco, Greta Garbo, New York, Miramax Films
Times Staff WriterThe troubles roiling the highest corridors of power at the New York Times this week owe at least part of their notoriety to a man in his bathrobe who surfs the Web while sitting in a one-bedroom apartment in Evanston, Ill. Jim Romenesko, 49, is an...
Tags: Evanston, Lake Geneva, New York, Weather Reports, CBS Corp.
FOR THE TIMESFriday December 18, 1998 How things have changed, romance-wise. In the old Bert Kalmar-Harry Ruby song "Three Little Words," the phrase that romantics have always died to hear was "I love you." Now, in Nora Ephron's fitfully amusing remake of "The...
Tags: Death, Nora Ephron, New York, Greg Kinnear, James Stewart
TIMES FILM CRITICThursday November 18, 1999 With its self-effacing heroine and deeply moral concerns, "Mansfield Park" is Jane Austen's unlikeliest candidate for screen success, but that hasn't stopped writer-director Patricia Rozema from trying. She's turned what...
Tags: Alessandro Nivola, Death, Drug Use, Slavery, Jonny Lee Miller
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