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  • 'It's a Wonderful Life' on the big screen

    'It's a Wonderful Life' on the big screen
     For some folks - a lot of folks, actually - Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without "It's a Wonderful Life."  It's a holiday classic, one of the gems of the American cinema. The great Frank Capra called it his favorite among all the films he made....
  • 'Harry Potter's' Tom Felton buys in Hollywood Hills West

    'Harry Potter's' Tom Felton buys in Hollywood Hills West
    Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” films, has joined the ranks of Hollywood Hills West homeowners with the purchase of a contemporary house for $1.275 million. The single-story home has an open floor plan, living...
  • Dodgers' Vin Scully loses one golden ring in holiday loop around Costco

    Dodgers' Vin Scully loses one golden ring in holiday loop around Costco
    Vin Scully can find his way into our hearts even during the gloomiest winter afternoons, as he proved again Thursday when he unwittingly starred in his own holiday movie. The Ribs That Saved Christmas. "I feel like such a dummy," Scully said with a...
  • Interviewing Chris Isaak: 'Wicked Game' singer says Christmas concerts open up whole new world for him

    Interviewing Chris Isaak: 'Wicked Game' singer says Christmas concerts open up whole new world for him
    When you go to a performance by contemporary crooner Chris Isaak, you shouldn’t expect a typical concert. Isaak has performed in sequined and mirrored suits and played a song list that ranges from his 1990s hits “Somebody’s Crying&...
  • Choirs to help ring in Christmas

    At 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 21, at La Caņada United Methodist Church, the men’s, children’s and bell choirs will sing and play instruments as they perform “Light of the World.” Parts of the song are in German and French with...
  • Review: 'Shark' by Will Self

    Review: 'Shark' by Will Self
    Last August, British author Will Self wrote in the Guardian that his new novel, "Shark," was in part influenced by the classic Spielberg film "Jaws." "I had begun by thinking I would write 'Jaws' without the shark," Self wrote. "I ended up by writing...
  • What they're saying about the 'Serial' finale

    What they're saying about the 'Serial' finale
    The first season of the Internet's most popular podcast, "Serial," concluded on Thursday with its 12th episode. Since debuting in October online, host and former Sun reporter Sarah Koenig has broken down a different element in the 1999 Baltimore...
  • Was he Scrooge or St. Scrooge? You decide.

    Was he Scrooge or St. Scrooge? You decide.
    If I call you a "scrooge," that's not a good thing. We all know that a scrooge is a miser, a misanthrope, a bitter wasted soul. "Bah, humbug!" It's a word that goes back to Ebenezer Scrooge, the central character of "A Christmas Carol," published by...
  • Theater: Final weekend for many holiday shows

    On this last weekend before Christmas, ramp up your spirit with some holiday theater. This is the final weekend for most of the shows by local groups, including Civic Theatre of Allentown, with its 25th anniversary production of "A Christmas Carol" and...
  • A round-up of this year's local interest food and dining books

    A round-up of this year's local interest food and dining books
    Here are some of the local-interest cookbooks that got our attention this year. Consider them for holiday giving, or as a gift to yourself. "Baltimore Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes from Charm City and the Surrounding Counties"  ($24.95, Globe...
  • Don't forget the Hanukkah story: Our Take

    Don't forget the Hanukkah story: Our Take
    The Hanukkah story For many, Hanukkah is a time for presents and potato latkes and menorah candles in the window. The eight-day Jewish celebration, which began at sundown Tuesday night, is all of that, but there is also so much history behind the...