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  • Go Away With ... Masaharu Morimoto

    Born in Hiroshima, Japan, Masaharu Morimoto is recognizable to "Iron Chef" fans as the serious chef who consistently creates artistic and delicious Asian fusion dishes. A star of the Japanese cooking competition that spawned "Iron Chef America,"...
  • Go Away With ... Helio Castroneves

    Brazilian racecar driver Helio Castroneves has already won the Indianapolis 500 three time and he's gunning for a fourth Indy title this year. "It's a great race and such an honor to compete in it," says the 36-year-old champion. "I'm very grateful that...
  • Go Away With ... BeBe Winans

    Best known for his music, R&B/gospel vocalist BeBe Winans has won six Grammy Awards, 10 Dove Awards and three NAACP Awards. He's also worked with artists such as Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and the late Whitney Houston. It was his 28-year friendship with...
  • Go Away With ... Tracey Heggins

    Go Away With ... Tracey Heggins
    Los Angeles-based actress Tracey Heggins knows how fortunate she is. Besides appearing in Common's indie film "LUV," the statuesque actress also plays Senna -- one of the Amazonian vampires -- in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2." "It was so...
  • Go away with G. Garvin

    Go away with G. Garvin
    Chef Gerry "G." Garvin is an author and a James Beard Award nominee for best food personality. As the host of the Cooking Channel's "Road Trip with G. Garvin" — currently in its second season — the 44-year-old Atlanta resident crisscrosses the...
  • Go Away With ... Jason Kennedy

    Go Away With ... Jason Kennedy
    As a host on E! News, Jason Kennedy has gotten used to people assuming he's little more than a pretty face. Little do the naysayers know that Kennedy, 30, has been a news junkie for most of his life. As an elementary school student, he anchored his own...
  • Richard Heffner dies at 88; longtime head of movie ratings system

    Richard Heffner dies at 88; longtime head of movie ratings system
    When Jack Valenti, the president of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, asked historian and public television host Richard Heffner to oversee the group's controversial movie ratings system, Heffner turned it down, saying his mother "did not raise me to...
  • Go Away With ... Jessica Campbell

    Go Away With ... Jessica Campbell
    Jessica Campbell got an early start with road trips. "We grew up making trips to our family vacation house in Cherry Grove, S.C., just outside Myrtle Beach," says the Nashville-based singer-songwriter. "I loved it! Knowing that it was a house my grandpa...
  • Go Away With ... Jonathan Butler

    Go Away With ... Jonathan Butler
    "Traveling is good for the brain," says musician Jonathan Butler, 52. "The mind needs it. I can't imagine life without getting to see all the amazing, different parts of the world." Born in Cape Town, South Africa, the Grammy-nominated singer-guitarist-...
  • Obama Wields Magic Words, Numbers

    Barack Obama, the first president shaped by the celebratory culture in which every child who plays soccer gets a trophy, and the first whose campaign speeches were his qualification for the office, perhaps should not be blamed for thinking that saying...
  • Abortion, Slavery: No Comparison

    The Republican Party ought to distribute a list of rhetorical no-no's that office-holders and candidates should avoid at all costs. Topping the list should be the slavery analogy. In recent months, Republicans have compared food stamps, Obamacare, gun...