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  • Report: Rick Santorum's Sweater Vest Can Be Yours For $100.

     
    This Is Too Weirdly Awesome Not To Share: "Copying Rick Santorum’s infamous sweater vest swag will cost you at least $100. After announcing his plans to sell official Santorum brand sweater vests on Sean Hannity’s show last night, Mr....
  • Oscar Watch: Decoding this year's For Your Consideration ads

     
    Every year moviegoers get a full-on assault of Oscar ads. But do any of them work?...
  • HBO's 'Luck' investigated for treatment of horses

     
    HBO comes under scrutity for treatment of horses in "Luck" after two animals are euthanized....
  • Dodgers' sale: Falling deeper into the Frank McCourt rabbit hole

     
    Just when it seems the bizarre tale that is the sale of the Dodgers must be near its end, something else happens. Now 31-year-old Jared Kushner, Donald Trump's son-in-law, wants to buy the team....
  • The New Yorker reboots online books coverage

     
    The New Yorker has renamed its book blog, rebranded its Twitter feed and focused its online books coverage....
  • Food FYI: On the menu -- rat meat

     
    Food FYI: On the menu -- rat meat...
  • Rex Reed eviscerates Broadway's 'Evita' starring Ricky Martin

     
    "Evita" on Broadway, starring Ricky Martin, gets a big, bad review from Rex Reed....
  • Food FYI: Burger King pledges cage-free eggs and pork

     
    CAGE-FREE AT BURGER KING Burger King says all of its eggs and pork will come from cage-free chickens and pigs by 2017, reports The Times, as more fast food giants adopt changes that impact animal welfare practices. ON 'GIRLS' The......
  • Can football be made safer?

    Can football be made safer?
    In the last couple of years, the country has become much more aware of the dangers, particularly to the head, of playing football. More than 2,500 former players are suing the NFL, saying the league deliberately hid data about the effects of repeated hits...
  • Mehlman makes 'New Power Gays' list

    Ken Mehlman has been an open member of the club for less than a year, but he's already made its "who's who" list. The Baltimore native who served as a campaign manager for President George W. Bush in 2004 and chaired the Republican National Committee...
  • Ryan Reynolds says he won’t get “Buried” by franchises

     
    Think of Ryan Reynolds as a stock, one which every recommendation screams “BUY.” Hollywood certainly sees him that way. On a roll since last year’s “The Proposal,” and “Wolverine,” a guy who, after years in the...