| Jan 3, 2012
| 11:29 AM
MIDDELTON, Wis. — Barry Levenson stopped in his hotel hallway, looked both ways, then pocketed a tiny jar of room service mustard on a discarded tray.
Never mind that as an assistant Wisconsin attorney general 25 years ago, he was about to scale...
| Nov 8, 2011
| 1:37 PM
PARK CITY, Utah — The stars have gone home. Or, that's what they tell me.
It's the sixth day of 2011's 11-day Sundance Film Festival, and the preening, posing, promoting magazine faces have returned to the Los Angeles smog to troll for their next...
| Jun 10, 2011
| 11:41 AM
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns isn't one to easily lend his name to colognes, designer jeans, spaghetti sauce or any of the other entrapments that sometimes come with fame.
But when Tauck, a leading tour company for guided land journeys and small-ship...
| Oct 10, 2011
| 11:55 AM
Billy Corben. Photo by Beth Black
As a documentary filmmaker who has interviewed drug dealers, hit men, international pop stars, college athletes, big-city politicians and at least one person who murdered and dismembered his roommate, Billy Corben...
| Nov 1, 2011
| 7:51 AM
Celebrity photographer, Mannyhernandez.com
1. Michael's Genuine
130 N.E. 40th St., Miami, 305-573-5550, Michaelsgenuine.com
The brunch is simply amazing. I like it better than dinner. Gotta try my favorite — the breakfast pizza, house-smoked...
| Aug 5, 2011
| 1:01 PM
Joyce McKinney in Tabloid
One of the turning points in the life of Joyce McKinney, and there have been several, took place where these things so often do: at a Hard Rock Cafe. McKinney, a blond, chesty and goldfish-eyed Southerner who doesn't so much...
| Sep 24, 2011
| 10:00 PM
Corapeake, N.C., is the kind of small rural Southern town that you can easily miss if you sneeze while you're driving.
Located on the western fringes of the Great Dismal Swamp — and a dozen or so miles south of Suffolk near the Virginia border...
| Oct 8, 2011
| 8:33 PM
The first collectors of North Carolina slipware may not have known much about their prey when they began snapping up "Moravian" pottery in the late 1800s.
Neither did the museums that pursued it so avidly during the Depression.
But like pioneering...
| Jan 28, 2012
| 12:49 PM
HAMPTON – You will commit errors and make mistakes, the All-Star shortstop and one-time National League Most Valuable Player told a couple of dozen youngsters hanging on his every word, so there's no point in worrying about the inevitable.
| Jul 24, 2011
Back in 2003, major Wall Street firms agreed to pay more than $1 billion to settle claims that their research analysts hyped stocks to curry favor with — and get business from — the companies they covered.
As part of that landmark settlement,...
| Nov 18, 2012
Richard Robbins, the composer who created memorable scores for such films as "A Room With a View," "Howards End" and "The Remains of the Day" during a quarter-century collaboration with director James Ivory and producer Ismail Merchant, has died. He was...