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The cast of North Broward's production of "A Flea in Her Ear" is ready to commit a folly. Would you join them as they tangle through the uproarious maze of the Hotel Coq d'Or? When a suspicious wife suspects her devout husband has been untrue, she will...
Tags: Alzheimer's Disease, Celebrities
Christine Jarrett had been there all along. From the night of Jan. 3, 1991, when the Elkridge woman purportedly left her family without saying goodbye, to the day years later when her husband filed divorce paperwork alleging abandonment, to the moment...
Tags: Family, Abusive Behavior, Marriage, Lawyers, Ocean City
For all you complaining about the less-than-stellar season six premiere, feast your eyes on the scintillating second episode. “The Collaborators” delves into themes of desire, putting on a good face for show and the sin rooted deep in Don&...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Suicide, Mad Men (tv program), Prostitution, Ketchup
The last time viewers caught a glimpse of Roger Sterling, the rakishly charming advertising executive played by John Slattery on "Mad Men," he stood naked looking out a hotel window, arms raised in a state of LSD-induced bliss. The image of Roger's bare...
The press notes for "If I Were You" indicate that writer-director Joan Carr-Wiggin's favorite director is Preston Sturges, but there's little of the master's zip, wit or taste for desperate absurdity in this ill-conceived marital farce. Moments after...
In the midst of this campaign for a new mayor for Los Angeles, I spent a bit of time writing about the old ones, the characters, the bloviators and crooks, the puritanical and the amorous. And readers loved them. But truthfully, now, would we really...
No stranger to scandal, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the former International Monetary Fund head, has failed in his attempt to get a court in Paris to ban an upcoming veiled memoir by a former mistress, the Guardian reports. Strauss-Kahn, who resigned in...
The Hartford CourantJeanine Basinger has been happily married for 45 years, so she knows a lot about how to make a marriage work. Basinger, the founder and director of the Film Studies Department at Wesleyan University in Middletown, also knows a lot about marriage movies,...
Tags: Family, Stan Laurel, Social Issues, Genres, Ethan Coen
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsHe admits to committing adultery and takes full blame for his actions. But a former high school teacher and coach told a Sedgwick County jury he was not looking for sex from a 15-year-old girl. Former Garden Plain coach Todd Puetz was arrested in a...
WASHINGTON -- I think I've figured it out. Republicans must be staging some kind of fiendishly clever plot to lure Democrats into a false sense of security. That's the only possible explanation for some of the weirdness we're seeing and hearing from the...
The Hartford CourantWhen William Mastrosimone was working on the script for the 1992 mini-series "Sinatra," the singer told him a startling tale that involved Joseph Kennedy Sr., JFK, Chicago mob boss Sam Giancana and Judith Exner, Sinatra's girlfriend who was also...
Raymond Chandler is among the undisputed masters of crime fiction, especially for stories set on the mean Southern California streets. His influence on crime fiction helped expand the genre's settings from sunny vicarages to gritty urban centers, set a...
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