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  • Beatles authority says 'Tune In' for the real story

    Beatles authority says 'Tune In' for the real story
    As a leading authority on the Beatles, researcher and author Mark Lewisohn is well aware that there have been far too many books written about the Fab Four. "In general terms and in biographical terms, I think the Beatles have been underserved by books,"...
  • Antonio Smith suggests 'spying' may have helped Patriots beat Texans

    Antonio Smith suggests 'spying' may have helped Patriots beat Texans
    Houston defensive end Antonio Smith implied that "spying" or something "just kind of fishy" may have aided the New England Patriots in their 34-31 comeback victory Sunday over the Texans. Hmmmm. A now 9-3 team led by a pair of future Hall of Famers in...
  • Santa to be accompanied by jet fighters this year

    Santa to be accompanied by jet fighters this year
    Jolly Old Saint Nicholas will have more than just Rudolph's red nose to guide his sleigh this Christmas Eve, the military website that virtually tracks Santa's movements around the globe has announced that he will now be accompanied by fighter jets. The...
  • As it turns out, Obama has met his Uncle Omar

    As it turns out, Obama has met his Uncle Omar
    WASHINGTON – After saying there was no evidence the two had ever met, the White House acknowledged Thursday that President Obama once lived for a few weeks with his uncle, Onyango Obama, a Kenyan who was in the United States illegally and faced...
  • Bryan Cranston plays LBJ onstage as 'Breaking Bad' ends [Updated]

    Bryan Cranston plays LBJ onstage as 'Breaking Bad' ends [Updated]
    As fans of "Breaking Bad" bade farewell to the critically acclaimed AMC drama series on Sunday evening, its star Bryan Cranston was otherwise engaged far from the show's New Mexico locations, playing President Lyndon B. Johnson in a stage production in...
  • Gay exclusion makes Boston, New York mayors skip St. Patrick's parade

    Gay exclusion makes Boston, New York mayors skip St. Patrick's parade
    Amid the ongoing legal fights over same-sex marriage and the growing acceptance of homosexuals and their rights, there remains an area where gay participation remains controversial: the annual rite of spring known as the St. Patrick’s Day parade....
  • Big steps for Stonewall

    Big steps for Stonewall
    The Stonewall National Museum and Archives is writing a new chapter. Already the largest circulating library of gay literature and periodicals nationally, the Fort Lauderdale center is now aiming for more: with a new "Dear Abby" exhibit; the launch of a...
  • West Hartford Family Disheartened After MA Hearing On Custody Of Daughter

    West Hartford Family Disheartened After MA Hearing On Custody Of Daughter
    BOSTON — A West Hartford couple was distressed Tuesday after leaving juvenile court, frustrated in their attempts to regain custody of their sick 15-year-old daughter, Justina Pelletier, from the state of Massachusetts. The case was continued to...
  • 'Lego Movie' a colorful, outside-the-box adventure, reviews say

    Playtime has just begun for "The Lego Movie," and film critics could scarcely be more delighted. Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller's new 3-D animated film about an ordinary Lego minifigure-turned-unlikely-hero is meeting with nearly unanimous...
  • George Clooney's 'Monuments Men' no work of art, reviews say

    On paper, "The Monuments Men" has a lot going for it, including a starry cast led by director and co-writer George Clooney and a remarkable true story -- about a group of soldiers on a mission to protect priceless works of art in World War II Europe -- as...
  • 'RoboCop' a lumbering remake, reviews say

    In 1987, Paul Verhoeven's futuristic crime thriller "RoboCop" made its mark with equal parts over-the-top violence and cynical, prescient satire. Now director Jose Padilha's remake has updated the cybernetic cop's story with references to the hot-button...