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  • After 20 years, Richard Belzer's John Munch retires

    After 20 years, Richard Belzer's John Munch retires
    On Wednesday night's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," Detective John Munch, played by Richard Belzer, retired. And in a fitting send-off the fictional cops of New York's 16th precinct threw him a roast. Belzer's time playing the perpetually...
  • UK female bodybuilder's steroid use made her grow penis, facial hair

    UK female bodybuilder's steroid use made her grow penis, facial hair
    A UK woman's obsession with bodybuilding and frequent steroid use has made her grow a penis and facial hair, Huffington Post UK reports. Female bodybuilder Candice Armstrong, 28, says that her use of the steroid Trenbolone has made her "grow facial hair...
  • 'Strike Back' renewed for 4th, final season

    'Strike Back' renewed for 4th, final season
    I've got some good news and some bad news, "Strike Back" fans. The action series will return for a fourth season in 2014, but it will be the show's final season. Cinemax announced the renewal Monday, adding that the 10-episode final season will film in...
  • When judges mouth off outside the courtroom

    Supporters of photo ID requirements for voters are fond of noting that the Supreme Court upheld Indiana’s ID law in a 2007 decision written by the then-dean of the court’s liberal wing, Justice John Paul Stevens. Now critics of voter ID laws,...
  • 'Office' Alums Gabe Miller, Jonathan Green Set Comedies at CBS and NBC

    Comedy writers Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green ("The Office") have set two development prospects, one at CBS, the other at NBC. The untitled CBS entry revolves around a lifestyle expert who has trouble connecting with people, particularly the woman who...
  • Was U.S. wrong to spy on allies?

    Was U.S. wrong to spy on allies?
    According to news reports based on leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the United States has been spying on allies, including Germany, Spain, France and Brazil. The spying reportedly has gone as far as monitoring the cellphone of German...
  • At her kosher restaurant, Steven Spielberg's mother embodies spirit of Hanukkah

    At her kosher restaurant, Steven Spielberg's mother embodies spirit of Hanukkah
    By Anne Stein for Oneforthetable.com The Hanukkah crown, to be worn by the person most representing the spirit of the holiday this year would have to go to Leah Adler, the proprietor of the Milky Way, famous for being the best upscale kosher restaurant...
  • 7 missed opportunities that can cost you that dream job

    Brazen Careerist Doing everything right doesn't guarantee you a coveted job. Sometimes what you aren't doing could be responsible for ruining your chance of being hired. (Click here to Tweet this thought.) Are you making any of these career mistakes?...
  • Trivializing peace

    What goes around comes around . . . and around, and around. Last month, the day after I left Santa Rosa, Calif., a 13-year-old boy carrying a toy replica of an AK-47 was shot and killed on the outskirts of that town by a Sonoma County deputy sheriff with...
  • reFramed: In conversation with Ji Yeo

     
    Ji Yeo is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She received her MFA in photography from the Rhode Island School of Design, her BFA in Visual Communication from National University, Seoul, Korea, and a certificate in General Studies from the International...
  • Beach Boys still look at sunny side of life

    Beach Boys still look at sunny side of life
    The Beach Boys' song "The Warmth of the Sun" has nothing to do with the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The lyrics, like so many of the group's classics, deal with the simple theme of a romance gone awry. Nevertheless, through a coincidence, that...