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  • Tobey Maguire reels in a buyer

    Tobey Maguire reels in a buyer
    Just as Tobey Maguire's comic book character has spidery senses that kick in when danger is near, the "Spider-Man" actor may have a bit of extrasensory perception working when it comes to real estate dealings. He just sold his house in Brentwood for $10.4 million — nearly $2 million more than he paid 15 months ago.
  • Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89

     Tom Koch, comedy writer for Bob and Ray, Mad magazine, dies at 89
    Tom Koch, a laconic satirist whose refined sense of the absurdities of everyday life informed thousands of radio scripts for the comedy team Bob and Ray as well as a memorable Mad magazine sports spoof called "43-Man Squamish," died March 22 at his Laguna...

    Mavs beat Thunder 135-131 despite Westbrook triple-double

    Dallas coach Rick Carlisle has been in the NBA as a player or coach for most of the past 30 years. He's seen few games like the one Wednesday night. Monta Ellis scored 26 points, and Carlisle's Mavericks withstood a triple-double from Russell...

    Review: 'Hissing Cousins' by Marc Peyser and Timothy Dwyer

    Review: 'Hissing Cousins' by Marc Peyser and Timothy Dwyer
    If the predictions of pundits and pols hold true, voters in 2016 will have little to decide but choice of dynasty: Bush or Clinton. Where, oh where, are the new faces and names, the critics have been moaning. Yet, American politics has long been...

    Hits like 'Empire' signal major shift in look of network TV

    Hits like 'Empire' signal major shift in look of network TV
    Diversity sells. That's the takeaway from the 2014-2015 network TV season. And as a result, primetime network television, the largest stage in American popular culture, is never going to be as white again. From "Empire" on Fox to "How to Get Away with...