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  • Review: 'The Nutcracker' from Orlando Ballet

     Review: 'The Nutcracker' from Orlando Ballet
    Orlando Ballet's annual production of "The Nutcracker" has moved to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. In its new home, it hasn't lost any of the visual qualities that make the production such a treat: eye-catching costumes, a handsome set,...
  • Minnie Driver pulls up stakes in Hollywood Hills

    Minnie Driver pulls up stakes in Hollywood Hills
    Minnie Driver, who starred in the TV miniseries "The Red Tent," has pulled up stakes, selling her Hollywood Hills home for $1.5 million. The Spanish-style house, built in 1926 and boasting original details, features a central courtyard. Designed for...
  • The 10 Best Guilty Pleasure Movies of 2014

    When Pauline Kael wrote "movies are so rarely great art, that if we can't appreciate great trash, there is little reason for us to go," she may as well have been describing some of the films on this list. Combining elements of high and lowbrow art with...
  • Novogratzes roll from house flipping to TV shows to product design

    Novogratzes roll from house flipping to TV shows to product design
    Walking through the living room of their historic rental house near the Chateau Marmont, husband-and-wife designers Robert and Cortney Novogratz are excited to point out some of their latest creations. They start with a vintage-inspired black dining...
  • FCC Considers Extending Broader Pay TV Rules to OTT Providers

    The FCC is moving ahead with a formal consideration of the possibility of extending the pay TV regulations that govern MVPDs to over-the-top providers of linear channels. The commission on Friday issued a notice of proposed rulemaking for what it...
  • Dancers add the frosting to ballet premiere

    Dancers add the frosting to ballet premiere
    To hear Aerin Holt reveal details about her contemporary ballet this season, one feels like a child listening to a bedtime story. Her eyes dance while she reveals some of the mystical creatures and elements in the show — there's a frozen dragon,...
  • Turkish court issues arrest warrant for cleric now in US

    ISTANBUL A Turkish criminal court issued an arrest warrant Friday for Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish religious scholar who lives in self-exile in Pennsylvania and has become public enemy No. 1 of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey's increasingly autocratic...
  • Five Burning Business Questions for the New Stephen Colbert

    Stephen Colbert looked like he enjoyed his Comedy Central curtain call last night, which is good -- because he's got a hell of an encore in the wings. Colbert, known for his spoofish portrayal of a bloviating political commentator on his "Colbert Report"...
  • Review: 'The Interview'

    Review: 'The Interview'
    Editor's note: Sony announced Tuesday that it will give “The Interview” a “limited theatrical release” beginning Christmas Day, with the movie showing in a handful of independent theaters across the country. Originally scheduled...
  • David Letterman's 'Late Show' Farewell Starts Friday With A Simple Christmas Song

    Darlene Love gets lots of offers around this time of year to belt out her well-worn Yuletide hit "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)," made famous by its appearance on a 1963 album of holiday songs produced by the legendary Phil Spector. She has given...
  • Armitage leaves 'Hobbit' with a load of treasures

    Hundreds of questions with the hashtag #AskThorin were waiting when the King under the Mountain was ready. Richard Armitage, the actor who portrays Dwarf leader Thorin Oakenshield in "The Hobbit" trilogy, jumped in to the live Twitter event recently and...