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Julie & Julia (movie)

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  • 'An Invisible Sign'

    'An Invisible Sign'
    Pretty much "Freedom Writers" crossed with "A Beautiful Mind," this drama provides Jessica Alba an atypical role as a woman obsessed with math and numbers. She gets an opportunity to use that knowledge as a teacher, but she has fear of entering a world...
  • 'Damages: The Complete Fourth Season'

    'Damages: The Complete Fourth Season'
    This chapter in the saga of tough and enigmatic attorney Patty Hewes (Glenn Close), her colleagues and her nemeses will be new to many viewers, since it originally was shown on DirecTV instead of its original home, FX. The case involves a death that...
  • Nora Ephron came to Baltimore for the movie, but she'd have stayed for the food

    Nora Ephron came to Baltimore for the movie, but she'd have stayed for the food
    Nora Ephron was really all about the food. An acerbic observer of life whose wit translated so easily to the big screen, she was often as interested in the menu as she was in the script, and her appetite for moviemaking and crab cakes brought her to...
  • Nora Ephron, honorary Baltimorean

    Nora Ephron, honorary Baltimorean
    Nora Ephron, who died this week, will be remember for writing books such as "Heartburn" and movies such as "Julie and Julia." But around here, as Baltimore Sun columnist Susan Reimer notes, she'll also be remembered for helping to bring Baltimore to the...
  • The Biblioracle: Finding good in the 10%

    The Biblioracle: Finding good in the 10%
    Writing for Salon, J. Robert Lennon, one of my favorite living novelists, recently said, "Most contemporary literary fiction is terrible: mannered, conservative and obvious." My first thought was, "I hope he's not talking about me." Once I realized...
  • The Biblioracle: In memory of Warwick Deeping

    The Biblioracle: In memory of Warwick Deeping
    Between 1920 and 1930, there were three writers with at least five books in the list of 10 best-selling books, according to Publishers Weekly. Two of them are Zane Grey and Sinclair Lewis. The other is Warwick Deeping. Warwick Deeping? --------------...
  • 'Midnight in Paris' has secret formula to lure adult moviegoers

     
    Almost anybody with enough money and marketing muscle can get millions of wide-eyed fanboys to see a $150-million comic book superhero movie. But if you want to earn some real respect from your peers in the movie-marketing trade, you have......
  • Meryl Streep upset Viola Davis: Exactly how did that happen?

     
    Meryl Streep took home the best actress Oscar Sunday night for her role as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron lady, beating out Viola Davis in The Help....
  • 'Hunger Games': Should Jennifer Lawrence really look hungrier?

     
    Patrick Goldstein weighs in with his thoughts on critics and bloggers criticizing Jennifer Lawrence's appearance in the box-office sensation "The Hunger Games"...
  • The late Nora Ephron on parenting

     
    Novelist and screenwriter Nora Ephron has died at age 71. She is probably best known for writing the movies Julie and Julia, Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally; the hilarious and heartbreaking novel Heartburn and the touching memoir I Feel...
  • Return of the butcher

    Return of the butcher
    David Welch likes to joke that he started working in his father's meat market when it opened in 1953. He was 5 years old. "But they didn't make me go full time until I was 12," he said. Welch's Stop & Shop has moved twice since it opened in Griffith,...