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  • 'War Horse' tour stars UCF grad Michael Wyatt Cox

     'War Horse' tour stars UCF grad Michael Wyatt Cox
    Michael Wyatt Cox's Florida childhood provided an unexpected boost to his career. The actor, starring in the touring production of "War Horse," grew up in Jupiter Farms, west of the turnpike in Palm Beach County. "I grew up around horses," says the...
  • Neil Young to play solo shows at Dolby Theatre on March 29-30

    Goodbye, Oscar; hello, Neil. That's what stagehands at the Dolby Theatre might say next month when Neil Young moves into the Hollywood venue (formerly known as the Kodak Theatre) not long after the Academy Awards are handed out there on March 2. The...
  • Powerball, WhatsApp and the rise of the lucky few

    Powerball, WhatsApp and the rise of the lucky few
    On Thursday morning, a lucky person (or more than one) woke up $425 million richer, having purchased the winning Powerball ticket. On Wednesday, several lucky people behind the messaging app WhatsApp went home $19 billion richer, having seen their company...
  • Certainty About Climate Change Wrong

    I repeat: I'm not a global warming believer. I'm not a global warming denier. I've long believed that it cannot be good for humanity to be spewing tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. I also believe that those scientists who pretend to know exactly...
  • To these scribes, writing about dogs isn't for the dogs

    To these scribes, writing about dogs isn't for the dogs
    NEW YORK -- Ranny Green knew he was onto something back in the 1970s, when a story he wrote for his newspaper in Washington state garnered more phone calls and letters than anything he had done in his journalistic career. It was about dogs. Decades...
  • Moby and his globe collection find a home in the Hollywood Hills

    Moby and his globe collection find a home in the Hollywood Hills
    For a decade, while traveling to perform in concerts, Moby was looking for a new place to call home. His longtime city of choice, New York, had become so gentrified and expensive that artists — his spiritual kin — were being driven out. "I...
  • Robert M. Fresco, Documentarian and Horror Pic Writer, Dies at 83

    Robert M. Fresco, a writer of horror films who went on to win a 1969 Oscar for his documentary short "Czechoslovakia 1968," died in Manhattan of cancer on Feb. 14. He was 83. The docu short, produced, written and directed by Fresco and Denis Sanders,...
  • Emmys making changes. Get ready for 'Anchorman 2.5.'

    After the coffee. Before rethinking my priorities in life. The Skinny: Don't you hate it when when what you are watching on TV seeps into your dreams? My dreams last night were definitely influenced by "House of Cards." And no, there were no plastic...
  • 'Pompeii': Predictable pastiche goes down in flames, reviews say

    'Pompeii': Predictable pastiche goes down in flames, reviews say
    What do you get when you combine the sword-and-sandal battles of "Gladiator," the star-crossed love story of "Titanic" and the apocalyptic spectacle of, say, "2012"? The new movie "Pompeii" explores that very question, and according to film critics, the...
  • 'Anchorman 2' to get R-rated theatrical rerelease, 763 new jokes

    So much for staying classy: "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," Will Ferrell's broad comedy about broadcast news, is getting a raunchy, R-rated theatrical rerelease for one week, beginning Feb. 28. Officially billed as "Anchorman 2: The Legend...
  • Connecticut's Musical Roots Began With Voices, Instruments Weren't Allowed

    Connecticut's Musical Roots Began With Voices, Instruments Weren't Allowed
    Are we inherently a musical state? At the very least, we seem to have always been a state that likes to sing. During the Colonial and Revolutionary days, we did most of our singing in church. And we took our church singing very seriously....