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Catherine Zeta-Jones

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  • 'Red,' 'Memphis' take home top Tonys

    'Red,' 'Memphis' take home top Tonys
    Reporting from New York The feel-good musical "Memphis" and the art world drama "Red" were among the biggest Tony Award winners on a night when both Hollywood and London cast long shadows over Broadway's 64th annual spring ritual. "Red," a two-character...
  • Wine in Quebec? Heard it through the grapevine

    Wine in Quebec? Heard it through the grapevine
    There had already been three years of failed harvests. Three straight years of weeding, planting, pruning, every day, into every night, on every weekend, with only the prospect of more work and an uncertain future, by the time Véronique Hupin and Mike...
  • Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch turn up 'A Little Night Music'

    Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch turn up 'A Little Night Music'
    It seems like the brainchild of a marketing genius. Take two of Broadway's most celebrated living actresses, bringing with them more than 100 years of combined New York stage experience, and cast them as mother and daughter in a show that mines both their...
  • On high ground in Montecito

    On high ground in Montecito
    The Mediterranean-style Montecito villa once shared by Oscar-winning actor Michael Douglas and former wife Diandra de Morrell Douglas is on the market for $29 million. The couple bought La Quinta in 1979, two years after they married. They divorced in...
  • The Valley Line: L.A. Children's Chorus sings its holiday songs

    Hello! Is anybody here? It has been very quiet around the hills and dales of our snug little burg. I truly think the community is taking a long winter's nap. I haven't heard a peep from anyone — which means that I don't have much to write about....
  • Catherine Zeta-Jones officially heading for Broadway in 'Night Music'

     
    Oscar-winner Catherine Zeta-Jones has never been shy about her roots in the musical theater, having starred in numerous stage productions in Britain before becoming the star of such film hits as "Chicago" and "Traffic." Now after weeks of gossip and......
  • Google answers questions with new feature

     
    Google Inc., the world’s most powerful Internet company, is always looking for ways to make search smarter. The latest iteration after nearly a decade of search market dominance: A new feature that helps give more robust answers to common questions....
  • Monster Mash: Outer Critics Circle winners named; 'Glee' tour begins; 'Bombay Dreams' to hit big screen

     
    --Top winners: "Memphis," which got its start at the LaJolla Playhouse, and the revival of "La Cage aux Folles" have won four prizes each to lead the field at this year's Outer Critics Circle Awards, which honor excellence in the......
  • 'Memphis' and 'Red' win with Outer Critics Circle, as do 'La Cage' and 'Fences'

     
    The 60th annual Outer Critics Circle Awards handed out Monday are of some help in predicting what will win at the Tony Awards next month. Although these kudos consider new Broadway and off-Broadway plays and musicals separately, all other categories, such...
  • Monster Mash: Ancient tomb found; statue smugglers thwarted; BP poses sticky situation for nonprofits

     
    Hidden treasure: An ancient tomb discovered inside a pyramid in Chiapas in southern Mexico may be 2,700 years old, which would make it the oldest such burial site in Mesoamerica. (BBC) Hot property: Police in southern Greece have seized a......
  • 'Red' and star Alfred Molina win gold from Drama League

     
    The Drama League has bestowed its prestigious performance prize on Tony nominee Alfred Molina for his portrayal of the abstract expressionist Mark Rothko in "Red." This transfer from London's Donmar Warehouse also won the best play award for John Logan....