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  • A wake-up call: why you're just mediocre

    Brazen Careerist Our parents were well-intentioned, I'm sure. As they bubble-wrapped and sugarcoated us, they thought they were doing us a favor. "You're so special," they'd say, plucking our cheeks like they were made of memory foam. "You're mommy's...
  • Erotica writer Zane tops Maryland's list of tax scofflaws

    The author of "The Heat Seekers" is now feeling the heat herself. Kristina L. Roberts of Upper Marlboro, better known to fans as Zane, owes the state more than $340,000 in back taxes, according to Comptroller Peter Franchot. She topped the list of 25...
  • Interim CEO Jory Marino of Heidrick & Struggles meets VIPs in Davos

     Interim CEO Jory Marino of Heidrick &  Struggles meets VIPs in Davos
    Chicago-based executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles International has been a sponsor of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, for seven years. But Jory Marino became interim chief executive in July, making last week's conference his...
  • 'Dallas Buyers Club,' 'Orange Is the New Black' Among GLAAD Media Awards Nominees

    "Dallas Buyers Club," "Blue Is the Warmest Color," "Orange is the New Black" and "Grey's Anatomy" are among the films and TV shows nominated for this year's GLAAD Media Awards, which honors accurate representations of the LGBTQ community. The 25th Annual...
  • The legacy of the 'Killing Fields,' 30 years later

    The legacy of the 'Killing Fields,' 30 years later
    "The Killing Fields" premiered 30 years ago as more than the first major film to explore the atrocities of Pol Pot's reign of terror in Cambodia in the 1970s. The film "changed my life," said actor Sam Waterston, who earned an Oscar nomination playing...
  • Chris Jones to Lead O'Neill Theater Center's National Critics Institute

    Chris Jones, the veteran theater journo who is the chief theater critic and columnist at the Chicago Tribune, will take the reins at the O'Neill Theater Center's National Critics Institute. He steps into a post recently vacated by critic Dan Sullivan,...
  • Michael Sam could be first openly gay player in NFL

    Michael Sam, an All-American defensive lineman from Missouri, could soon become the first openly gay NFL player, and he took to Twitter on Sunday night "to thank everybody for their support and encouragement." Sam, the co-defensive player of the year in...
  • 'Glee's' Naya Rivera covers Cosmopolitan for Latinas magazine

    'Glee's' Naya Rivera covers Cosmopolitan for Latinas magazine
    Naya Rivera, who portrays Santana on "Glee," is on the cover of the Spring issue of Cosmopolitan for Latinas, which is scheduled to hit newsstands on Tuesday. Inside, she talks about how she met her fiancĂ©, rapper Big Sean — on Twitter. [Cosmo]...
  • The day Pete Seeger faced down the HUAC as though, well, he had a hammer

    Folk singer and political activist Pete Seeger, who died Tuesday at age 94, was more than a folk singer, of course. He also was a political radical, and for all the gentleness of his lyrics, he seemed to have been built around a spine of steel. Seeger...
  • To help children, start in the womb [Commentary]

    To help children, start in the womb [Commentary]
    The O'Malley administration made it a priority to protect the rights of those who have committed heinous crimes, been judged by a jury of their peers and sentenced to the ultimate punishment that can be levied against them. Why is protecting those who...
  • Indie Filmmaking Is Surging Despite the Odds

    As weary festgoers departed Sundance last weekend, my thoughts turned not to the winners, who reaped the accolades and the distribution deals, but to the roughly 4,000 losers -- all those who engaged in the melee with lofty expectations and equally...