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  • Joe Franklin dies at 88; interviewed 'plate twirlers' and stars

    Joe Franklin dies at 88; interviewed 'plate twirlers' and stars
    Joe Franklin, an institution of New York City broadcasting and self-crowned "king of nostalgia" who bantered on radio and television with celebrity A-listers and D-listers alike, has died. He was 88.
  • Angelina Jolie: "No me gustó dirigirme a mí misma. No soy fácil como actriz"

    Angelina Jolie: "No me gustó dirigirme a mí misma. No soy fácil como actriz"
    NUEVA YORK - Angelina Jolie camina con "Unbroken" hacia una nueva conquista: ser respetada como directora de cine, una faceta más de esta mujer que, como el protagonista de la película, parece ser capaz de todo, excepto dirigirse a sí misma, experiencia...

    Classic bling once owned by Liz Taylor, Greta Garbo on sale at Allentown jewelers

    Classic bling once owned by Liz Taylor, Greta Garbo on sale at Allentown jewelers
    When is a safety pin worth $3,975? When it's made of gold, and it used to belong to Greta Garbo. "What she used it for, we don't know," said Liz Petras, who oversees the estate jewelry department at Freeman Jewelers in the South Mall in Allentown,...

    Review: 'Brief Encounters' by Dick Cavett

    In "Brief Encounters: Conversations, Magic Moments, and Assorted Hijinks," a welcome sequel to 2010's "Talk Show," Dick Cavett covers a lot of ground in a collection of erudite and witty pieces: from writing jokes for the comedy-impaired Art Linkletter to...

    Marilyn Monroe, now and forever -- and ever!

    "CANNOT believe that Marilyn M. is dead. She was such a good-hearted girl, so pure, really, so much on the side of the angels. Poor little baby. God bless her." Truman Capote to literary critic Newton Arvin, in the summer of 1962. THE ABOVE quote...