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  • 'End of the Rainbow': magic, heartbreak in Judy Garland portrayal

    'End of the Rainbow': magic, heartbreak in Judy Garland portrayal
    NEW YORK — Judy Garland, often drunk and occasionally disheveled, in Peter Quilter's biographical drama "End of the Rainbow," is rummaging for booze in her suite at the Ritz hotel. She's wired, and not simply because of the pills she can't seem to...
  • From the Archive: Backstage with Judy Garland

    From the Archive: Backstage with Judy Garland
  • Age of innocence and hope

    Age of innocence and hope
    I can't think of a better way to begin this column than to let a fellow pundit get things going. So I'll turn things over to Allene Arthur, who's been writing columns for the Palm Springs Desert Sun for 32 years: "Fiftieth high school class reunions...
  • Waiting calmly to die

    Waiting calmly to die
    The email from a reader in Westwood was short, to the point and disturbing. "My life has been very full," wrote Polly Berger. "But now it is getting very bad, and I want to go to that other world." Berger also said she wished there were more Dr. Jack...
  • This weekend: Sofia Vergara, One Direction on ‘Saturday Night Live’; season finale for ‘CSI: Miami’

     
    At 7 p.m. Sunday, TCM delivers "Easter Parade," an exhilarating showcase for Judy Garland and Fred Astaire. If "The Sound of Music" has the best opening for a movie musical, the 1948 "Easter Parade" has one of the best endings. Strap on your Easter...
  • Rodriguez: Homesick for the holidays

    Rodriguez: Homesick for the holidays
    Irving Berlin wrote "White Christmas," one of the biggest-selling songs of all time, with tongue planted firmly in cheek. Although the wistful tune soothed homesick soldiers in such God-awful places as Guadalcanal more than half a century ago, and no...
  • Osceola music teacher wins national award

     
    Our hats are off this morning to Eric Troop, the band director at Bellalago Academy in Osceola County. He and four other music teachers from across the country will be honored at Carnegie Hall in New York in March by the Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation....
  • Clint will direct Beyonce in ‘A Star is Born’

     
    It's one of Hollywood's most revered titles, made and remade, always as a prestige picture. Beyonce has wanted to do it for some time. Warners wants Beyonce to do it. And now she has nabbed Clint Eastwood, who at 80, has decided he's willing to try his...
  • This weekend: Grammy legends; ‘Extreme Makeover’ in Cocoa; Dwight Howard on ‘Cleveland Show’; Marge Simpson goes gray

     
    The weekend's biggest show will be the Grammys, which unfold from 8 to 11:30 p.m. Sunday on CBS. The awards are usually about today's biggest hitmakers, but this year's telecast is making a big deal over legends. And why not? Bob Dylan, Barbra Streisand...
  • Lady Gaga at Staples Center: The latest rotation of 'The Monster Ball,' for those who were 'Born This Way'

     
    Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball, which returned to the Staples Center on Monday, March 28, lays somewhere near Burning Man and ComicCon on the spectrum of fan devotion and costumery....
  • Just announced: Theater on the Lake lineup

     
    From the Chicago Park District: The lineup for this summer's Theater on the Lake! Each summer, the Chicago Park District’s open-air stage is home to the best dramatic, comedic and innovative performances the city of Chicago has to offer, all...