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  • Quite the comeback

    Quite the comeback
    More than a year has passed, but Karsten Sigband still remembers the match well. The date was Dec. 4, 2010. Sigband was playing for her club girls' soccer team, Breakaway, in a U.S. Youth Soccer national league match in Wilson, N.C. Snow was falling...
  • 2011: The year's dumbest criminals

    2011: The year's dumbest criminals
    Ax-wielding sister chases brother up tree We all know that every family has its share of dysfunction, but this one could take the cake. At the least, it’s certainly not your typical Fourth of July family-fun event. A 17-year-old Pierce County girl...
  • Top singles January: Meet Sharon and Brian

    Top singles January: Meet Sharon and Brian
    Sharon Khosravian, 30, Pisces LIVES: Canton FROM: Tehran, Iran, and Columbia EDUCATION: University of Maryland, College Park OCCUPATION: Operations manager INTERESTS: Foreign films, politics, arts TURN-ONS: Leadership, masculinity, global awareness...
  • DVDs with heart

    DVDs with heart
    Sometimes you just want to jump-start your soul by kicking back with a feel-good flick. Here are a few movies recommended by Amazon viewers. The Shawshank Redemption. (1994) Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding eventual redemption...
  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast for November 15, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Bob Gunton was born in Santa Monica, Calif., today in 1945. This birthday guy has made a name for himself in films such as "Patch Adams," "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Demolition Man." He's starred on Broadway as "Sweeney Todd" and...
  • James Whitmore dies at 87; veteran award-winning actor brought American icons to life

    James Whitmore dies at 87; veteran award-winning actor brought American icons to life
    James Whitmore, the veteran Tony- and Emmy-winning actor who brought American icons Will Rogers, Harry Truman and Theodore Roosevelt to life in one-man shows, died Friday. He was 87. Whitmore died of lung cancer at his home in Malibu, said his son,...
  • Dating My Husband: Footloose and Family Free

    It seems like most of our married life with kids, my husband, Chad, and I reenacted episodes of Prison Break every time we wanted to go on a date. Sometimes we’d wait until our girls were asleep before we left them with the babysitter and scaled the...
  • 'Four Christmases' adds up to No. 1 at the box office

    'Four Christmases' adds up to No. 1 at the box office
    Consumers opened their wallets this weekend not only for Black Friday retail sales but also for the movie industry, which recorded its second-highest Thanksgiving weekend box office ever. Ticket sales for the five-day period totaled $236 million, spurred...
  • Oscars welcome dozen first-time acting nominees, including Sandra Bullock

     
    This year's 20 acting nominees include five previous Oscar acting winners, another three previous Oscar contenders and 12 newcomers. "Julie & Julia" star Meryl Streep is the only two-time Academy Award-winner contending this year. She widened the gap...
  • AMC picks up 'The Walking Dead'

     
    AMC has picked up its fourth original series, ordering six episodes of "The Walking Dead," which is based on Robert Kirkman's popular comic book series. The series will air in October as part of AMC's Fearfest, the network's annual marathon......
  • ‘The Walking Dead’ to become six-episode AMC series; Frank Darabont will write and direct

     
    AMC, home of “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad,” has announced another big project. “The Walking Dead,” based on the Robert Kirkman comic book series, will become a six-episode series for the cable channel. Production...