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  • Go Away With ... Cat Cora

    Go Away With ... Cat Cora
    Restaurateur, cookbook author and chef Cat Cora holds the distinction of being the first female Iron Chef. The television personality ("Around the World in 80 Plates") is based out of Santa Barbara, Calif., where she lives with her wife and children....
  • Chinese magnate says he wants to buy New York Times

    A spotlight-loving Chinese business mogul said Tuesday that he wanted to expand his empire into media by purchasing the New York Times. Chen Guangbiao, who made his fortune recycling material from torn-down buildings, said he plans to discuss the...
  • The Seven Most Tiresome Media Trends of 2013

    In preparing to ring in the new year, let's bid a not-so-fond farewell to seven media trends that remained inordinately prominent - and especially tiresome - during 2013. Granted, this farewell is, at best, temporary. Media folk are, after all, creatures...
  • A New Year's resolution for fellow parents: Let's stop judging each other

    A New Year's resolution for fellow parents: Let's stop judging each other
    If you are a parent, chances are someone somewhere thinks you’re doing it wrong. We judge poor parents for not having enough and rich parents for throwing money at their children. We judge new parents over 40 for being too old, and teen parents...
  • Vladimir Horowitz at Carnegie Hall: What the fuss was all about

    "Vladimir Horowitz: Live at Carnegie Hall" Vladimir Horowitz's technical ease, power, wide color palette, singing tone and musicianship sent other now-legendary pianists, including Rudolf Serkin, Arthur Rubinstein and Claudio Arrau, back to the practice...
  • George Jacobs dies at 86; Frank Sinatra's longtime valet

    George Jacobs dies at 86; Frank Sinatra's longtime valet
    For George Jacobs, whose business card proclaimed him "The Last of the Rat Pack," there were some very good years. From 1953 to 1968, he was Frank Sinatra's valet, traveling companion and pal, a gentleman's gentleman who poured the Jack Daniels at...
  • Two hospitalized after stabbing near New York's Times Square

    With people crowding Times Square to celebrate the closing hours of 2013, two people were hospitalized after an apparent stabbing in a bathroom at the Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday evening, officials and witnesses said. The...
  • Meryl Streep is a given for another Oscar nod. Or is she?

    Meryl Streep is a given for another Oscar nod. Or is she?
    For the last several weeks, the Oscar race for lead actress felt fairly settled, with five familiar faces, each of them previous winners — Cate Blanchett ("Blue Jasmine"), Sandra Bullock ("Gravity"), Judi Dench ("Philomena"), Emma Thompson ("...
  • Chinese Tycoon Considers Bid for New York Times

    HONG KONG - Chinese multi-millionaire Chen Guangbiao is preparing a takeover bid for the New York Times, according to media reports. Chen, 42, who made millions through his waste management company Huangpu Renewable Resources, says that he is scheduled...
  • China Box Office Delivers 27% Surge in 2013

    HONG KONG - China's box office grew by 27% in 2013, rising from $2.7 billion (RMB17 billion) in 2012 to an estimated $3.57 billion (RMB21.6 billion) last year. Data has been provided by local market researchers Ent Group, Artisan Gateway and movie...
  • 'Saturday Night Live' Kicks Off In China

    HONG KONG - Hit U.S. comedy show "Saturday Night Live" has begun to be shown online in China via Sohu Video. Sohu, part of the NASDAQ-listed Sohu.com Inc., is carrying 10 episodes of the current 39th series. It will carry future episodes, unsubtitled, on...