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  • Reading International switches tracks from its railroad past

    Reading International switches tracks from its railroad past
    The Reading Railroad company that most people know from the Monopoly board game is still going strong, but it's not laying down tracks any more. What is now Reading International Inc. has turned into a Los Angeles firm that runs cinema complexes and...
  • 'Heroes of Dirt': Locally shot BMX film to premiere

    After a bumpy six years, $175,000 and plenty of blood, sweat and tears, Eric Bugbee is ready to take a victory lap as his BMX film "Heroes of Dirt" has its world premiere Saturday, Oct. 25, at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall. "We're really psyched,"...
  • Three Disney attractions reach the end of the line

    Three Disney attractions reach the end of the line
    Within five weeks of each other, three attractions closed at Walt Disney World: Maelstrom at Epcot, the Studio Backlot Tour and American Idol Experience at Hollywood Studios. While it's not uncommon for theme parks to shut down attractions and replace...
  • Course Source: Olivier Breaud, World Golf Village

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Course Source: Olivier Breaud, World Golf Village IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Olivier Breaud International Golf Course d'Antimaono in Papara, Tahiti THE LAYOUT: California-based designer Bob Baldock found...
  • Film Review: 'Sacrifice'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - When high-school bros go deep into the woods armed with hunting rifles and expanding torsos, there will be blood, along with plentiful inclement weather. There are gobs of both in "Sacrifice," but also a quieter moral reckoning...
  • In 'Catch Hell,' Ryan Phillippe examines, and toys with, his image

    In 'Catch Hell,' Ryan Phillippe examines, and toys with, his image
    Skype interviews are weird. I had one a couple of weekends ago with the actor Ryan Phillippe. It was a Sunday afternoon and he was in New York, doing a day of press to promote his directorial debut, “Catch Hell.” I was in my bedroom in Los...
  • Sumi Haru dies at 75; SAG official sought better roles for Asian Americans

    Sumi Haru dies at 75; SAG official sought better roles for Asian Americans
    Sumi Haru dreamed of becoming an actress, but found her true calling when she joined a 1970 picket line at the Music Center in Los Angeles, protesting the musical "Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen," which was set in Japan but had white actors playing Asian...
  • Parents Desensitized to Sex and Violence in Movies, Study Finds

    When it comes to sex and violence, the more parents see, the less they care. That's the takeaway form a new study by the Annenberg Public Policy Center on the attitudes that parents of children aged 6 to 18 have towards film content that may be...
  • Editor of Southland-based magazine wants to share immigrants' stories

    Editor of Southland-based magazine wants to share immigrants' stories
    At a recent cocktail mixer for minority business owners at a hotel in Santa Ana, all action seemed to swirl around Pamela Anchang. Striking in a gray floral dress and a chunky beaded necklace from Cameroon, the Central African nation she came from 20...
  • Omarr's daily astrological forecast, For release 10/20/14 for 10/20/14

    BIRTHDAY GAL: Actress Katie Featherston was born in Texas on this day in 1982. This birthday gal has played the role of Katie in four "Paranormal Activity" films and will reprise the role for a fifth time in 2016. Her other film work includes "Psychic...
  • Princess Marilyn of Monaco? It almost happened!

    "I'M SO happy you found a way out of this business." That was a telegram sent by Marilyn Monroe to Grace Kelly, the day of Kelly's marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco. This was a nice gesture on Monroe's part and one which spoke volumes about how she...