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Were you expecting Bill Compton to have a master plan? To be nice Bill all along and not some crazy vampire religious zealot? It could have happened that way. But yeah, it didn't. The opposite happened. When Eric and Sookie track him down in his Massive...
Marvin W. Meyer, an expert on Gnosticism and ancient texts about Jesus outside the New Testament who challenged the traditional portrayal of Judas Iscariot as the ultimate biblical villain, has died. He was 64. Meyer, whose book "The Gospel of Judas"...
FrameworkJeff Sikich is a man on a mission — to capture and collar as many mountain lions as time and budget permit, no matter the hour of day or night or the remote location. Sikich, a National Park Service biologist, is a modern Indiana Jones of the wild...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, fanboy fare - latimes.comThe Syfy series “Warehouse 13” kicks off its fourth season July 23 and there's plenty of change in the air ......
Hero Complex - movies, comics, fanboy fare - latimes.comFans of “Firefly” keep the imagined sci-fi Western universe alive, Joss Whedon told more than 4,000 people (many of whom ......
Orlando SentinelFor Tom Glenn and his brother, growing up on the family farm in rural north Florida often meant long days working hard harvesting crops. But his family had something unique on its farm that few could ever claim: their own massive, spring-fed cave....
Tags: Landforms, Facebook, Caves and Caverns
VarietyLONDON -- European broadcasters' appetite for Hollywood movies remains strong despite a challenging economy and the emergence of online platforms offering films on demand. An analysis of 18,600 titles aired on 119 webs (most free-to-air) in 21...
The Hartford CourantFor a long time when I would see a male baby boomer in a wide-brimmed hat of leather, suede, or floppy canvas, I would think middle-age crisis. Now I think skin cancer. Misspent youths baking beneath the midday sun slathered in baby oil like so many...
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Dark passage for H'wood tentpole titans: With the startling (and tragic) opening week of "The Dark Knight Rises" behind us, it's timely to ask: How is Hollywood's Faustian bargain working out?VarietySummer 2012 has demonstrated anew the impact of the industry's avid commitment to superheroes and also its tacit abandonment of cost constraints and of counterprogramming. The box office returns indicate that the ride is getting ever bumpier. The...
Once again, I’m writing about courage. I have seen many examples of personal courage, as I’m sure you have. In some examples we may not agree; I say courageous, you say stupid. Courage is sometimes situational. Indiana Jones ran from snakes...
Tags: Politics, Larry Holmes, Voting, Howard Cosell, Boxing
The Baltimore SunFresh off his star turn as Indiana Jones, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is trying his hand at making parody videos. No, he's not joining the throngs who've recast "Call Me Maybe." But he has reworked the popular and rather silly DirecTV "Don't...
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