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  • Teddy Roosevelt-William Howard Taft Tome 'Bully Pulpit' Heading For Big Screen At DreamWorks

    DreamWorks Studios has closed a preemptive deal to re-team on an American historical drama, acquiring film rights to Doris Kearns Goodwin's soon-to-be-released book "The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft, and the Golden Age of...
  • Ron Howard Helps Canon Capture Creativity with Short Film Contest

    Most marketing campaigns for cameras either focus on the hardware or the random nature shot. With YouTube and other digital platforms creating a new generation of filmmaker, Canon has turned the lens on the kinds of films that can be made with its devices...
  • Broadway Review: 'After Midnight'

    When Duke Ellington and his orchestra played the Cotton Club, the swells donned their white tie and tails and went uptown to Harlem in limousines. Everyone else took the A train. "After Midnight," a musical revue that Jack Viertel and Warren Carlyle...
  • Rapid Review: 2014 Buick Enclave -- is it good enough?

    Rapid Review: 2014 Buick Enclave -- is it good enough?
    The confusion of the guy in the tollbooth was understandable. As the seven-passenger SUV rolled into his station, it's clear the sparkly brown paint, gobs of chrome trim and wheels, and touch-screen navigation said that this was some kind of luxury....
  • Artist keeps 'em guessing

    Artist keeps 'em guessing
    White gloves conjure images of butlers, orthodontists and Mickey Mouse. So when Breck Rothage slipped on his pair, half a dozen possibilities flashed through an observer's mind like a film reel. Once accoutered, he lifted "The Essence of Image —...
  • Michael Eisner Honored on Broadway

    It was a feel-good evening full of smiles, hugs, and Disney songs. But this wasn't a child's sleepover, this was the New Victory Theater in Times Square, a space devoted to educating school children as young as four months in the ways of live...
  • TV Review: 'Killing Kennedy'

    Having scored record ratings with a movie adaptation of "Killing Lincoln," the first in Bill O'Reilly's "Fox News clearly doesn't pay me enough" book series, National Geographic Channel's decision to air "Killing Kennedy" timed to the 50th anniversary...
  • CTS sedan lifts Cadillac to new level

    CTS sedan lifts Cadillac to new level
    Cadillac reaches new heights with the 2014 Cadillac CTS luxury sedan. The 2014 CTS is the third generation of the sport sedan that began Cadillac's renaissance. It has grown longer and more expensive to compete with midsize luxury sedans like the Audi...
  • Amtrak Great Dome cars will run through Thanksgiving

    Amtrak Great Dome cars will run through Thanksgiving
    Amtrak's historic Great Dome rail car will be running on more routes through Chicago during Thanksgiving week, the railroad announced Monday. The dome car, which was featured in a Tribune story Nov. 4, will operate on some trains between Chicago and...
  • Hillary Clinton: On the Stump at Malaria No More Fete

    Relaxed and ready, if not tanned: Hillary Clinton swooped in to Malaria No More's annual fundraiser in Gotham on Monday night to be feted for her efforts to fight what she called an "ancient scourge." Many in the crowd noted that Clinton looked the...
  • A Frank Loesser Premiere and Bruce Vilanch Are On Tap for Unsung Musicals in 2014

    New York's Unsung Musicals Co. has lined up its 2014 season, including a world premiere of "Up in Arms!," a new musical incorporating material by Frank Loesser and TV scribe Arnold Auerbach, and a workshop production of a revue that includes new...