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  • Oscars 2015: Julianne Moore wins for lead actress

    Oscars 2015: Julianne Moore wins for lead actress
    Julianne Moore won her first Academy Award for lead actress Sunday for her performance as a professor grappling with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease in “Still Alice.” “I read an article that said that winning an Oscar could...
  • 'Birdman' takes flight at an Oscars punctuated by politics

    The long take of "Birdman" has stretched all the way to the Academy Awards, where the jazzy, surreal comedy about an actor fleeing his superhero past took Hollywood's top honor in a ceremony punctuated by passionate pleas for equality. On a stormy...
  • Julianne Moore wins Oscar for best actress

    Julianne Moore won her first Oscar as best actress for "Still Alice," and shined a light on Alzheimer's disease in her acceptance speech Sunday night. The 54-year-old actress added an Academy Award to the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild trophies she...
  • Oscars Analysis: 'Birdman' carries the day

    Oscars Analysis: 'Birdman' carries the day
    “Birdman” won big Sunday at the Oscars, in a triumph of highly noticeable, kinetic filmmaking over the light-fingered “invisible” technique of its primary competition, “Boyhood.” “Birdman” contained...
  • For the record

    Deaf West Theatre: In the Feb. 22 Arts & Books section, an article about American Sign Language used in a production of David Mamet's "American Buffalo" reversed the descriptions for "coin" and a profanity. "Coin" is signed by touching the tip of the...
  • Oscars 2015: Everything isn't awesome

    Oscars 2015: Everything isn't awesome
    How do you summarize an Oscar ceremony in which normally appealing host Neil Patrick Harris let smarminess make weak jokes even less funny, where several important issues (race relations, wage inequality, suicide, Alzheimer's, ALS) were addressed...
  • Oscars 2015: Glen Campbell song captures his life with Alzheimer's

    Oscars 2015: Glen Campbell song captures his life with Alzheimer's
    This is what lingers with actor and filmmaker James Keach from Glen Campbell's final recording session in 2013, capturing the song "I'm Not Gonna Miss You." "I had my cameras in there," Keach said. "Sometimes Glen would stop and say, 'I'm so sorry. I...
  • Glen Campbell's Oscar nod for original song caps his career

    Glen Campbell's career didn't end when he revealed he had Alzheimer's disease in 2011. He went on to record an album, play more than 150 concerts to promote it, star in a documentary about life with Alzheimer's and win awards for its leading song. Now 78...
  • Married 75 years and still in love

    Married 75 years and still in love
    Sunday is soup day. Rosemary Rutland has a pot of ham-and-bean soup on the stove. Her creamed cauliflower soup, a family favorite, will come later. Then she will cook cornbread in her mother's iron skillet. Her son, Tim, will come by their Deltona home in...
  • Miracle for Mr. Hockey? Gordie Howe's family defends stem cell choice

    Look, he gets it the skepticism over what seems to be his father's medical miracle, said Gordie Howe's youngest son. But Dr. Murray Howe, head of radiology at ProMedica Toledo Hospital, also said he knows what he saw: The once-powerful Mr. Hockey his...
  • Ask Amy: Party host throws a flag on guest's behavior

    Ask Amy: Party host throws a flag on guest's behavior
    Dear Amy: I recently invited an acquaintance, "Al," to a TV sports viewing party. He invited his friend "Ed" to join us. Al and Ed have known each other their entire lives, but I had never met Ed before. They are both 70 years old. After the game...