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  • 'Gravity': Six things to know about the Sandra Bullock space movie

    'Gravity': Six things to know about the Sandra Bullock space movie
    If you're a film fan, by now you've either seen "Gravity," made plans to see "Gravity" or gotten annoyed at your significant other for choosing another movie because they're "a little scared" by the prospect of sitting through the tension of "Gravity."...
  • Academy members find themselves in 'Gravity's' pull, too

    Academy members find themselves in 'Gravity's' pull, too
    Neighborhood theaters weren't the only places turning away moviegoers looking to see "Gravity" this weekend. Academy members packed the roughly 1,000-seat Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills on Saturday night to see Alfonso Cuaron's spectacular...
  • Join a live 'Gravity' chat with film critic Kenneth Turan on Tuesday

    "Gravity," the Sandra Bullock-George Clooney astronauts-in-distress movie, rocketed to the No. 1 spot at the box office over the weekend. Did you find the movie realistic? Was the 3-D up to your expectations? And do you think it can win some Oscars?...
  • The 30 greatest fictional coaches of all time

    The 30 greatest fictional coaches of all time
    As a sports nut and movie buff, I've seen nearly every sports-related movie out there. There's several elements that make a great sports movie. There's the classic underdog story where a team or player overcomes advesity, whether it be lack of...
  • Film academy broadens ranks, diversity with 276 new invitees

    What do Jenny on the Block, a freshly minted studio exec and Machete have in common? They are all new invitees to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The academy announced Friday that it had invited 276 people to join its ranks, including...
  • Critic's Notebook: Annette Bening takes the ordinary to Oscar-worthy heights

    Critic's Notebook: Annette Bening takes the ordinary to Oscar-worthy heights
    There is a very particular art to playing the ordinary. Few actors do it well — Paul Giamatti and Laura Linney always come to mind. Of those, most fail to get their due come Oscar night — thoughts of Giamatti and Linney rise again. The...
  • Maryland transplant recipient plays a role in 'The 5th Quarter'

    Maryland transplant recipient plays a role in 'The 5th Quarter'
    Casey Towers, then 20 and the mother of two babies, spent January and February of 2006 at University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. She prayed for a gift that was a matter of life and death: a healthy heart to replace her broken one. She got...
  • Sandra Bullock buys estate in Beverly Hills area

    Sandra Bullock buys estate in Beverly Hills area
    Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock has purchased a Beverly Hills-area estate for $22.95 million, the Multiple Listing Service shows. Set on more than 4 park-like acres and surrounded by an expansive lawn, the stately two-story house looks more East Coast than...
  • Using music to unite

    Using music to unite
    Meet another member of South Florida's many-sided faith community. This week we're talking with Jerry Berkowitz, cantor at Congregation Etz Chaim in Wilton Manors. Q: How do you work out your official positions at one synagogue while serving as cantor at...
  • HBO set designers provide 'change' you can believe in

    HBO set designers provide 'change' you can believe in
    Maryland is no stranger to movies and TV, but with the filming of the HBO political drama "Game Change" here, our small state has taken on its toughest role ever -- Alaska. Yet production designer Michael Corenblith and set decorator Tiffany Zappulla...
  • CAA commissioner Yeager participates in, approves of, NCAA's radical reform

    Tom Yeager has spent the last 12,000-plus days administering college sports. Few, if any, were as encouraging, refreshing and downright revolutionary as Tuesday and Wednesday. The Colonial Athletic Association's commissioner since its 1985 inception,...