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  • In the mix --LaBeouf, Weinstein, Day and 'Pompeii'

    "I AM not Famous Anymore!" Actor Shia LaBeouf wore a paper bag on his head with the above written on it. He was at the Berlin premiere of his latest film, the sexual epic "Nymphomaniac." This is the latest in a series of odd, Joaquin Phoenix-like stunts,...
  • Good Samaritan saves man being mauled by pit bulls

    Good Samaritan saves man being mauled by pit bulls
    A good Samaritan saved a Riverside County man being mauled by pit bulls by ramming his van through a chain-link fence and scaring the dogs away, officials said Tuesday night. The 53-year-old victim was being attacked by at least two dogs when the good...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college roundup: ECAC honors Tribe gymnasts

    Women’s gymnastics: After helping William and Mary post the sixth-best score in school history (194.375) at a tri-meet at George Washington on Sunday, sophomore Brittany Stover and junior Stacia Ruse earned weekly honors from the Eastern...
  • Broadway Review: 'Beautiful -- The Carole King Musical'

    The early life and career of legendary singer-songwriter Carole King surely deserves more imaginative treatment than the corny chronological storytelling (And then we wrote ...) and old-fashioned musical format (scene/song/scene/song) of "Beautiful."...
  • The Morikami celebrates the Japanese New Year with both eyes open

    The Morikami celebrates the Japanese New Year with both eyes open
    Due to flooding in Palm Beach County on Thursday night, Morikami organizers have postponed the Oshogatsu festival, originally scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 12, until Sunday, Jan. 19. The festival will operate from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. that day. On Sunday, Jan....
  • Dian Fossey, defender of gorillas, gets birthday doodle

    Dian Fossey, a naturalist who chronicled her life among the gorillas of Rwanda in the book "Gorillas in the Mist," was honored Thursday with a Google Doodle.  Her work with what she called "the greatest of the great apes" helped to recast the 400-...
  • Another Broken Egg Cafe opens Feb. 10 in Winter Park; Feb. 6-8 pre-opening events help nonprofits

    Another Broken Egg Cafe opens Feb. 10 in Winter Park; Feb. 6-8 pre-opening events help nonprofits
    Another Broken Egg Cafe opens Feb. 10 in Winter Park Village with events to raise money for three local nonprofits. The restaurant will have seating for 100 inside and an additional 71 seats on the outdoor, covered patio which will be dog friendly for...
  • Everyone Is a Philanthropist on the Warner Bros. Lot

    When it comes to corporate social responsibility, Warner Bros. likes to enlist some help from its employees -- all of them. That's the philosophy at the core of Warner Bros. Impact, started in 2008 to give those working in the company a voice in its...
  • Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez ready to take on Alfredo Angulo

    Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez ready to take on Alfredo Angulo
    Saul "Canelo" Alvarez wrongly believed he had an answer for the speed and brilliance of unbeaten Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now, the former super-welterweight world champion from Mexico is banking on his sense again, counting on his grit, youth and strength...
  • Mailbag: Lovely Newport could use more dog parks

    As rather recent Newport Beach-ites, my husband and I are trying very hard to fit in. I take a tranquilizer when attending homeowners association meetings or reading letters to the editor, amazed that residents of one of the loveliest locations in the...
  • Theater review: 'Table Manners' from Mad Cow Theatre

    Theater review: 'Table Manners' from Mad Cow Theatre
    We've all been taught proper dining etiquette: No chewing with your mouth full, no resting your elbows on the table. But those are minor infractions compared with the mealtime behavior of the family in "Table Manners." Alan Ayckbourn's 1973 comedy, at...