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  • Omarr's Daily Astrological Forecast May 1, 2011

    BIRTHDAY GUY: Actor Scott Coffey was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on this date in 1967. This birthday guy has appeared in films such as "Mulholland Drive," "Tank Girl," and "Some Kind Of Wonderful." Coffey also directed and starred in the acclaimed 2005 Indy movie "Ellie Parker." Coffey's first film role was an un-credited cameo in Sergio Leone's 1984 epic "Once Upon A Time In America."
  • 'Sons of Anarchy': The family's feeling flush in season four

    On Tuesday, Sept. 6, "Sons of Anarchy," FX's high-octane drama about an outlaw motorcycle club, skids in for a fourth season that promises both freedom and peril. It's a hot day on an undistinguished street in the San Fernando Valley, the site of the...

    Album review: Leonard Cohen, 'Old Ideas'

    Album review: Leonard Cohen, 'Old Ideas'
    3.5 stars (out of 4) It doesn’t seem possible, but Leonard Cohen’s voice sounds even deeper, darker, more foreboding than ever on his 12th studio album in 44 years, “Old Ideas” (Columbia). Cohen is 77, and he doesn’t...

    Oscars: 'The Artist' wins best picture; Jean Dujardin best actor, Meryl Streep best actress

    Oscars: 'The Artist' wins best picture; Jean Dujardin best actor, Meryl Streep best actress
    For the first time since 1929, when the clubby, self-promotional and studio-driven Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recognized “Wings” and “Sunrise” in the first Academy Awards ceremony, a black-and-white silent...

    Film review: Quentin Tarantino ropes himself a Western with 'Django Unchained'

    Film review: Quentin Tarantino ropes himself a Western with 'Django Unchained'
    As diverse as Quentin Tarantino's first films (“Reservoir Dogs,” “Pulp Fiction,” “Jackie Brown”) were in tone (tragic, comic and romantic, respectively), they all took place within roughly the same world and the same...