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  • Going Dutch on a day trip from Amsterdam

    Going Dutch on a day trip from Amsterdam
    When researching my guidebooks, almost by definition I have to revisit the same places. But I also like to take a few day trips here and there to scout out new destinations -- both for future editions and for future TV shows. On my last visit to Europe, I...
  • Channing Tatum saves the White House

    "Did you ever think of marrying a comedian?" asked Johnny Carson of Elizabeth Taylor back in 1992. "They were most of them comedians!" said La Liz without a moment of hesitation. I THOUGHT of this again when I found that the delectable Shelley Wanger of...
  • A Mother's Day remembrance

    "DO not join encounter groups. If you enjoy being made to feel inadequate, call your mother!" I found this in a quote file attributed to one Liz Smith. I can't believe I wrote that. Perhaps whoever did, will communicate and take credit. I adored my...
  • 'Hippie' fashion -- fun, fabulous and i miss it! The latest on Holland Taylor ... Mike Nichols and Diane Sawyer: two champs triumph!

    "So-called fashion rises from the black neighborhoods, is taken up by flamboyant gays and then processed by Madison Avenue!" So went the handed-down wisdom which tried to explain the rise of "Hippie Chic" in the late '60s and '70s when so-called creative...
  • Pandora Co-produces Rejtman's 'Two Gun Shots'

    SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain -- Germany's Pandora is co-producing "Two Gun Shots," the feature comeback from Martin Rejtman, one of the founders of the so-called New Argentine Cinema, whose 1992 debut, "Rapado," had a large impact on directors such as Pablo...
  • New York Film Fest: Topper's First Slate Full of Surprises

    When Kent Jones took the reins of the New York Film Festival last year from its leader of 25 years, Richard Pena all eyes were focused on how his stewardship would shift the tenor, tone and aesthetic of the venerable 50-year-old fest. Now, with the full...
  • 'Bad Hair' Tops San Sebastian Fest

    SAN SEBASTIAN - Venezuelan Mariana Rondon's "Bad Hair" won San Sebastian's top Golden Shell on Saturday at a 61st edition galvanized in biz terms by its 2nd Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum. Sold by L.A FiGa Films, and Rondon's follow-up to...
  • Autopsy inconclusive on school guard who died after breaking up fight

    Autopsy inconclusive on school guard who died after breaking up fight
    An autopsy was inconclusive on a security guard who died after falling against a locker while trying to break up a fight at at Thornwood High School in South Holland, authorities said. The cause and manner of Richard Cowser's death will not be known...
  • 10-night British Isles & Coastal cruise on the Holland America ms Rotterdam from $499

    10-night British Isles & Coastal cruise on the Holland America ms Rotterdam from $499
    Holland America offers a 10-night British Isles and coastal cruise on the Holland American ms Rotterdam for as little as $499. The Holland America ms Rotterdam sails out of Rome on an 10-night itinerary with stops in Cartagena, Gibraltar, Cadiz, Lison,...
  • At dusk, nature trails lead to a mysterious world

    At dusk, nature trails lead to a mysterious world
    The sun had sunk behind the trees. In the fading light, the woods were dusky shadows. And faintly, just barely, I thought I heard something. I stood still and listened in the quiet of the darkening forest. Hoo hoo hoo. Hoo. An owl. I was smiling...
  • Czechs Send 'Burning Bush' to Oscars

    The Czech Film and Television Academy has selected the theatrical version of HBO Europe's "Burning Bush" as its Oscar entry in the foreign-language category. Agnieszka Holland's drama centers on Czech student Jan Palach, who set fire to himself in...