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  • Navy SEAL Story 'Code Name: Johnny Walker' Getting Movie Adaptation

    28 Entertainment has acquired film rights to the autobiography "Code Name: Johnny Walker," the account of a Navy SEAL translator in Iraq. The book is written by the Iraqi translator under the pseudonym "Johnny Walker" and co-written by Jim DeFelice, co-...
  • Go Away With ... RuPaul

    Go Away With ... RuPaul
    Born in San Diego, Calif., RuPaul enjoys the California lifestyle. "I'm always surprised at the number of people in Los Angeles who don't like to venture outside of L.A. or San Diego or San Francisco," says the 53-year-old host and star of Logo TV's...
  • GS Elevator: The 'Goldman Sachs' tattletale exposed

    GS Elevator: The 'Goldman Sachs' tattletale exposed
    For about three years, investment cognoscenti have been deviled by snarky comments on Twitter purporting to come from inside the elevator at Goldman Sachs, the investment banking firm that has long been a paragon of capitalism. The disdainful, pointed...
  • Ron Unz, a mo' money man on the minimum wage

    Ron Unz, a mo' money man on the minimum wage
    Ron Unz knows his way around the California ballot. He ran for governor against Pete Wilson in the GOP primary 20 years ago. He lost big, but four years later he won with his Proposition 227, which altered California schools by effectively ending...
  • On gay marriage bans, Holder's view may be too liberal

    U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. seems to see himself as a minister of justice with responsibilities that transcend the actual duties of his job. In his latest pronouncement, Holder told the New York Times that state attorneys general should feel free...
  • MUSIC

    MUSIC
    Audra McDonald: This tour marks the five-time Tony Award winner's return to the concert stage after four seasons on ABC's soapy primetime hit "Private Practice." Also a two-time Grammy winner, the singer recently released the album "Go Back Home,"...
  • State Offers Health Site Expertise

    State Offers Health Site Expertise
    Connecticut's positive role in the painful birth of the Affordable Care Act deserves credit. Unlike the federal government and some states, Connecticut did it right, right from the beginning. In fact, this state did such a good job of signing up...
  • Why 'Pompeii' Doesn't Blow

    History suggests that it took about six hours for Mt. Vesuvius to bury Pompeii in a thick coat of lava and ash. It took most critics even less time to bury "Pompeii" the movie in volcanic invective, resulting in a woeful 28% "fresh" rating on Rotten...
  • Academy Awards 2014: Best picture race is an Oscar tale of suspense

    Academy Awards 2014: Best picture race is an Oscar tale of suspense
    The last time Oscar voters surprised with a best picture winner came eight years ago when Jack Nicholson opened the evening's final envelope, arched those famous eyebrows and announced "Crash." He then mouthed the word "Whoa!" Most years, Hollywood...
  • Oscar fever! Warner Bros. has no more trouble with the curve.

    Oscar fever! Warner Bros. has no more trouble with the curve.
    After the coffee. Before making sure "The Americans" is on my DVR. The Skinny: Very excited that FX's "The Americans" is back Wednesday night. If you're not watching, start. It will easily fill the void left by the shark-jumping "Homeland." I'm also...
  • How to Identify Bad Career Advice - So You Can Ignore It

    Brazen Careerist If you're on the hunt for a new job, want to get promoted at work or need tips on how to deal with difficult coworkers, it's likely you've taken your search for answers to Google. There's just one problem with the wonderful world of...