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  • Box Office: '21 Jump Street' is No. 1 with $35 million [Updated]

     
    "21 Jump Street" was the No. 1 film at the box office this weekend, grossing $35 million. Will Ferrell's "Casa de mi Padre" performed decently, as did the Jason Segel-Ed Helms comedy "Jeff, Who Lives at Home."...
  • Pitchfork Music Festival 2010: Day 2 review

     
    Video produced by Kevin PangView pictures from Pitchfork 2010. First prize for the day’s most grossly inappropriate outfit goes to Jon Spencer of the Blues Explosion, who wore skin-tight leather pants for his late-afternoon set Saturday at the Pitchfork...
  • Sanford Art Walk takes place Friday

     
    Yes, it's Monday: So let's think about Friday, when it's time for another Sanford Art Walk. Here are details from organizer Mary Shaw: Six venues in Historic Downtown Sanford will participate. The downtown arts venues are joining forces to sustain the...
  • TCA Press Tour: 'The Cat in the Hat' takes on science for PBS

     
    "The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That" is PBS' new animated series for young children, which premieres on Sept. 6. What does the Cat know a lot about? Science! Based on the The Cat in the Hat's......
  • Top Magic and NBA news: Sunday, August 22

     
    The U.S. defeated Lithuania on Saturday in Madrid....
  • Boris Karloff, a monster talent remembered

     
    Our Hollywood history specialist, Susan King, looks back in horror Monday at Boris Karloff. Boris Karloff may have created two of cinema’s greatest horror film ghouls -- the Frankenstein monster and The Mummy -- but in real life, he didn’t.......
  • Today’s interview: Greg Berlanti

     
    “Greg Who?” you ask with insatiable curiosity.   “Let's leave Dr. Seuss outta this,” I say back. Greg Berlanti has produced/created/written for many a TV series. I rather liked “Eli Stone.”  He's also the g...
  • Literary auction at Bonhams & Butterfields today

     
    Monday's auction of fine books, manuscripts and historical photographs at Bonhams & Butterfields begins at 10 a.m. PDT. Among the signature pieces are a world atlas, dating from the late 1500s, with vivid color maps, detailed drawings of the locals......
  • Dr. Seuss' book that wasn't, 'All Sorts of Sports,' up for auction

     
    Los Angeles auction house Nate D. Sanders has acquired a lost Dr. Seuss manuscript from a former assistant of Theodore Geisel; the hand-drawn and hand-lettered pages are now up for auction. The book, "All Sorts of Sports," was abandoned in......
  • Michael Jackson tops the most exclusive power list: Top-earning dead celebs

     
    Everyone loves to rank the rich and famous, but there is one celebrity power list that even the most self-infatuated star would avoid like the plague -- Forbes' Top-Earning Dead Celebrities list. Heading the new list is none other than......
  • Universal: Mannheim Steamroller, Grinch back for holidays

     
    Universal Orlando will begin its holiday celebration on Dec. 4 with the first of three live concerts by Mannheim Steamroller, along with the return of its ”Grinchmas” musical and the Macy's Holiday Parade. Steamroller will perform...