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Superman (fictional character)

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  • 'Little Known Facts' about Christine Sneed

    'Little Known Facts' about Christine Sneed
    Writing literary fiction is a pursuit for neither the impatient nor the faint of heart. It takes years to learn the craft, then more years to break into the famously insular, heavily guarded world of high-level publishing. It's a slog, in short,...
  • Printers Row exclusive: 2013 C2E2 poster revealed

    Printers Row exclusive: 2013 C2E2 poster revealed
    Superman flies across the Chicago skyline in this year's Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo poster. The artist is Tony Daniel, a Chicagoan. "I really wanted to showcase that famous skyline as much as the hero, " said Daniel, who recently joined the...
  • When jokes go too far

    When jokes go too far
    Oscar hosts are supposed to be irreverent and edgy, otherwise they are instantly accused of boring us silly. So Seth MacFarlane must have been surprised by the rolling backlash from his performance at last week's Academy Awards. In a gathering storm...
  • 'Glee' recap: Dynamic Duets

    'Glee' recap: Dynamic Duets
    Things I'd rather be doing than watching "Glee" on Thanksgiving night: 1) Watching the Patriots and the Jets (generally speaking, I can't stand Cry Baby Brady, but he's my fantasy QB, so I need him to crush the Jets.); 2) Watching the Michael Jackson...
  • 'Jersey Shore' recap, The Situation is a 'Sneaky Dickens'

    'Jersey Shore' recap, The Situation is a 'Sneaky Dickens'
    Let me start by saying, "YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW I FEEL, NO IDEA!" Once you see this episode, these words will be equally ingrained in your head like they are in mine, and it’s annoying. Deena and another one of her meltdowns dominate the first...
  • Is lack of postseason experience good or bad for Orioles?

    Is lack of postseason experience good or bad for Orioles?
    When the playoff microscope gets rolled out next week and experts begin to dissect the Orioles — assuming they hold on to at least an American League wild-card spot — one of the primary criticisms is going to be the club's overall lack of...
  • Lewis returns to practice; Suggs sits out with injury

    Lewis returns to practice; Suggs sits out with injury
    As Ray Lewis walked onto the practice field in uniform Wednesday for the first time in seven weeks, his long-time Ravens' teammate, Terrell Suggs, remained inside the team facility. Suggs was pondering when he'll be able to return to the field and how...
  • The 60th MPSE Golden Reel Awards winners and nominees

    The 60th MPSE Golden Reel Awards winners and nominees
    FILM (winners)   Sound Editing - Music In A Feature Film "Life of Pi" Music Editor: Erich Stratmann Additional Music Editor: Mitch Bederman Sound Editing - Music In A Musical Feature Film "Les Misérables" Supervising Music Editor: Gerard Mccann Co-...
  • Poet Jake Adam York, 40, has died

    Poet Jake Adam York, 40, died unexpectedly Sunday. The news was reported by colleagues at a number of venues that had published his work, including the New England Review, the blog of Best American Poetry and the Kenyon Review. They did not report the...
  • Rodney Walker one-bedroom tree house, returned to midcentury roots

    Rodney Walker one-bedroom tree house, returned to midcentury roots
    When Molly Stanton first looked at the 1,000-square-foot Santa Monica home being sold by actress Noel Neill, best known for playing Lois Lane opposite George Reeves in the 1950s TV series “Adventures of Superman,” Stanton knew the house had...
  • ‘Superman’ No. 0 first look: Jor-El discovers Krypton’s fate

     
    Superman's origin as the last son of Krypton transplanted to Smallville is now a familiar one, retold many times during ......