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  • 51 Finalists Chosen for Student Academy Awards

    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has selected 41 students from 23 U.S. colleges and universities, and 10 students from foreign universities, as finalists in its annual Student Academy Awards competition. The Student Academy Awards were...
  • Legendary TV Names Noah Greenshner VP of Scripted Development

    Legendary TV announced Wednesday that Noah Greenshner, who has spent the last several years as a producer, has been elevated to VP of scripted development. Greenshner will report to exec VP of scripted development Peter Johnson and will be responsible...
  • Mississippi, home to federal government's official stash of marijuana

    Mississippi, home to federal government's official stash of marijuana
    Walk along the narrow, brightly lit beige hallway, along the washed-out linoleum floor, around the corner to the imposing steel vault. As a scientist swings open the door, a familiar, overpowering scent wafts out. Inside, marijuana buds are packed...
  • 'Death of the Author' finds life in academic theory

    'Death of the Author' finds life in academic theory
    Steven Drukman, a playwright who teaches at New York University, has written what may be his best play — a sparkling academic comedy that spins its tantalizing web from, of all arcane things, the literary theory of Roland Barthes, Jacques Derrida...
  • Maker Studios Premieres Ben Stiller's 'Next Time on Lonny' on Its Own Site, Ahead of YouTube

    Disney's Maker Studios is debuting the second season of reality-TV spoof "Next Time on Lonny" from Ben Stiller's Red Hour Digital on Maker.TV, a day before it puts the episodes up on YouTube. With the release strategy, Maker -- like other multichannel...
  • What Elliot Rodger didn't know [Commentary]

    What Elliot Rodger didn't know [Commentary]
    As my 9-year-old son and I were enjoying a meal at a Lebanese cafe last month, I overheard a middle aged woman say to the server: "This is my first Memorial Day weekend alone. I'm separated, and the kids are with their dad." The way in which she wore...
  • Q&A with Freddy winner Daniel Youngelman

     
    In the 12th annual Freddy Awards ceremony held recently State Theatre in Easton, Freedom School’s “Crazy For You” was the big winner of the night and especially Freedom leading man Daniel Youngelman, who won a special MVP award for...
  • Fox News Shifts 'Sunday Housecall' to Accommodate Bartiromo Show

    Fox News Channel will move its "Sunday Housecall" program to make room for Maria Bartiromo's new business-focused Sunday talk show. Fox News said "Sunday Housecall" will now air at 12:30 p.m on Sundays, after previously airing at 10:30 a.m. Bartiromo'...
  • Sexual assault on campus and the curse of the hookup culture

     Sexual assault on campus and the curse of the hookup culture
    Survey students about the problem. Train victim advocates. Urge bystanders to intervene. You can find these suggestions — and other equally sound ones — in the report issued last week by a White House task force on sexual assault at U.S....
  • National Music Theater Institute Planned For O'Neill Center

    To capitalize on the increasing interest by young people in the area of music theater, Waterford’s Eugene O’Neill Theater Center is launching this fall a new division of the National Theater Institute called the National Music Theater...
  • Scientists produce synthetic yeast chromosome, with help from Hopkins students

    Scientists produce synthetic yeast chromosome, with help from Hopkins students
    With the help of Johns Hopkins biomedical engineering students who spent years stringing bits of DNA together, scientists have built the world's first synthetic yeast chromosome, which eventually could help in the production of drugs, vaccines, biofuels...