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  • Legendary Runners Slow Down Long Enough To Marry

    Legendary Runners Slow Down Long Enough To Marry
    They lived 8,000 miles apart, a 36-hour trip door to door. Literally the other side of the Earth is how Kathrine Switzer describes the distance between her and Roger Robinson. They knew each other as statistics. Kathrine was the runner whom Boston...
  • 'Whiplash' director, stars march to a friendly beat — off-screen

    'Whiplash' director, stars march to a friendly beat — off-screen
    There were bongos and congas, pristine Ludwig kits, dusty vintage sets that used to belong to famous people. Miles Teller eyed his options inside the Professional Drum Shop in Hollywood and settled on a Jamaican steel pan, picking up some mallets and...
  • Michaela Conlin, a Parkland grad, has rattled 'Bones' for a decade

    Michaela Conlin, a Parkland grad, has rattled 'Bones' for a decade
    Parkland High School graduate Michaela Conlin was already a veteran of two failed TV shows when she trudged down to the 20th Century Fox lot in Century City to shoot a pilot for a police procedural called "Brennan." Even though the role of forensic...
  • How Martin Scorsese's New York Review of Books Obsession Inspired HBO Doc

    Martin Scorsese is best known for his bloody chronicles of mobsters and made men, so the film legend wouldn't seem like a natural fit to peel back the curtain on the New York Review of Books, the periodical of choice for the intelligentsia. But when...
  • Confession may be good for the soul...But not the tween soul

    Confession may be good for the soul...But not the tween soul
    Is your tween telling secrets online to strangers? Is she confessing to being overwhelmed by sadness and feeling helpless? Is he posting pictures of actions you never imagined, such as goofy prank poses or embarrassing glimpses of himself, on Snapchat?...
  • Julie Delpy Enlists French Stars Dany Boon And Karin Viard For 'Lolo' (EXCLUSIVE)

    PARIS- Julie Delpy will return to French filmmaking with "Lolo," a high-profile satirical comedy starring Dany Boon ("Welcome to the Cht'is") and Karin Viard ("Polisse"). Delpy stars as Violette, a 40-year old workaholic with a career in the fashion...
  • Amanda Bynes released from psychiatric care, tweets angrily at parents

    Amanda Bynes released from psychiatric care, tweets angrily at parents
    Amanda Bynes has been released from the psychiatric facility where she'd been on an involuntary hold for three weeks and on Friday morning was making her feelings known via Twitter, railing against her parents and declaring herself fit to take care of her...
  • Suffield Players and local teacher staging performance of new musical

    The Suffield Players are helping Suffield High School film teacher Carl Casinghino bring to life his new musical. And in return, he is helping them. "Winners" debuts at Mapleton Hall on Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. and Nov. 16 at 2 p.m. Proceeds from the $10...
  • Brittany Maynard's death not expected to galvanize end-of-life movement

    The death of Brittany Maynard has renewed attention on physician-assisted suicide, but medical ethicists and political activists said Monday that significant legal change would probably take much more time to evolve. Maynard, who had brain cancer, chose...
  • Terence Winter Touts a Homefield Advantage for 'Boardwalk Empire'

    Terence Winter came of age in New York City during the bad old days of the 1970s and early 1980s. The "Boardwalk Empire" creator/showrunner remembers a time when areas of Manhattan such as the Upper East Side and Meatpacking District were a "no-man's...
  • Telecommuting can improve employee performance: study

    Telecommuting can improve employee performance: study
    While telecommuting, most employees perform at least as well as in the office, and some actually do better, according to a new study. "We have many reasons to expect that telecommuters should work as well or better than others," said Ravi S. Gajendran,...