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  • Jazz drama 'Miles Away' hits all the wrong notes

    Jazz drama 'Miles Away' hits all the wrong notes
    In "Miles Away," jazz trumpeter Michael DeVeaux (Sid Burston) and his attorney-bandmate-brother Byron (Spoon Alexander) confront their multimillionaire father (Michael Simmons) about a menacing stranger claiming to be their illegitimate half brother (Cully Dieter).
  • In wake of Baltimore unrest, businesses, events fret but hope for crowds in coming days

    In wake of Baltimore unrest, businesses, events fret but hope for crowds in coming days
    Maryland Film Festival Director Jed Dietz doesn't know what to expect this weekend. But like businesses all over Baltimore, weary and in some cases financially hurting after a week of civic unrest and 10 p.m. curfews, he's hopeful that people are ready to...

    Tyler Perry to pay tribute to himself and his shows, with Oprah's help

    Tyler Perry to pay tribute to himself and his shows, with Oprah's help
    It's probably safe to say that Tyler Perry and his four TV series on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network probably won't win any Emmy Awards. The shows -- "Love My Neighbor," "For Better or Worse," "The Haves and the Have Nots" and "If Loving You Is Wrong"...

    Bill Maher skewers Bill Cosby, Sony

    Bill Maher skewers Bill Cosby, Sony
    The point of political satire is to shake people up, author Salman Rushdie told Bill Maher, and the comedian responded Friday by skewering Sony, Bill Cosby and New York police in the 13th season premiere of "Real Time With Bill Maher." Rushdie, the...

    Review: 'Top Five'

    Review: 'Top Five'
    "I don't feel funny anymore," complains the movie star played by Chris Rock in "Top Five," but don't worry. Unlike Woody Allen's "Stardust Memories," this cinematic confessional, which is also a genial wish-fulfillment fantasy, is actually funny. It's...