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Will Bill Sasso attend the event for the Democratic nominee? He's not telling.
John Smallwood: Wednesday will go down as a day of infamy, as EPL squads had their way with MLS teams.
Sky-high bill puts Penn prof in the dumps.
I have a really weird question that I've never seen addressed in your column.
If you're lucky, you can score a ticket to "Book of Mormon" for a mere $27.
Super-hero antics performed live pack a CGI-worthy wallop at Wells Fargo Center show.
He talks about his wonderful, experimental drama "Boyhood," filmed over 12 years to capture the time-lapse growth of a boy.
Yesterday was my feast day, or, as the Italians call it, my onomastico.
What if you could torture, kill, and dismember someone, only to grab 'em again the next day and do it all over again?
North West triumphs Certain individuals are of such world-historical importance they bear their momentous destiny on their visages virtually from birth.
Repot water-stressed, container-grown plants. We're heading into what's usually the hottest part of the summer, so now is the time to repot any pot-bound plants that are drying out too quickly. You can tell if this is going on when leaves wilt frequently,
It is only after the tense, terrible climax of A Most Wanted Man - a betrayal as brutal as it was inevitable - that the realization that Philip Seymour Hoffman is gone hits you.
'Time's going by," the grandmother in Richard Linklater's Boyhood observes, almost casually, but with the certitude of experience on her side. And indeed, this singular, soulful film is about just that: time going by.
Writer-director Mike Cahill's Sundance Film Festival-winning debut, Another Earth, was that rare thing, an ingeniously constructed, rigorous, and unsentimental work about the redemptive power of love.
What if you could torture, kill, and dismember someone, only to grab 'em again the next day and do it all over again?
Yesterday was my feast day, or, as the Italians call it, my onomastico.
He talks about his wonderful, experimental drama "Boyhood," filmed over 12 years to capture the time-lapse growth of a boy.
Super-hero antics performed live pack a CGI-worthy wallop at Wells Fargo Center show.
If you're lucky, you can score a ticket to "Book of Mormon" for a mere $27.
I have a really weird question that I've never seen addressed in your column.
Sky-high bill puts Penn prof in the dumps.
John Smallwood: Wednesday will go down as a day of infamy, as EPL squads had their way with MLS teams.
Will Bill Sasso attend the event for the Democratic nominee? He's not telling.
Also in Tattle: "I Origins" director speaks, Dynamite news and more.
As the Gaza war drags on and the terrible civilian death toll keeps rising, it's necessary to look to the past to find a way to stop the killing. It's particularly vital to revisit the moment in 2005 when Israel made a strategic error by unilaterally withdrawing from the Gaza Strip.
Her dad wants to help by co-signing a loan from his bank.
Talking Small Biz: Two stores combine an optometry practice with retail optical shops with frames from small manufacturers and packages.
Kendrys Morales is on his way back to Seattle to try to give the Mariners' struggling offense a boost as they chase a playoff spot.
Talking Small Biz: Two stores combine an optometry practice with retail optical shops with frames from small manufacturers and packages.
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