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  1. Sixth annual Norman Mailer Center Benefit Gala held at the NYPL on 5th AvenueRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Examiner.com

    The director James Toback visited one of his favorite subjects on Monday night at the New York Public Library on 5th Avenue. That would be gambling.


  2. "Inside" Helmers To Direct "Leatherface"Read the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | Dark Horizons News

    French filmmakers Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo have signed on to direct "Leatherface," the upcoming Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel in develpment at Millennium Films. The pair have reportedly beaten out "Starry Eyes" filmmakers Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer for the gig.


  3. Judi Dench and Robert Downey Jr. honored.Read the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | Reuters

    Oct. 31 - The latest celebrity news including Judi Dench and Robert Downey Jr. honored at BAFTA's. John Russell reports.


  4. Cavaliers Sign Varejao To Contract ExtensionRead the original story

    21 min ago | TheCourier.com

    Varejao was in the final year of a six-year contract he signed in 2008. He was eligible to become a free agent this summer, but the Cavs decided to lock him up for a few more seasons.


  5. Barone on Midterms: GOP in 'Good Shape' to Take Senate but 'Not Assured'Read the original story w/Photo

    36 min ago | Instapundit

    Author and political commentator Michael Barone said Republicans are in good shape to take the Senate on Nov. 4, but it's not guaranteed. "Republicans are pretty well assured of keeping the House of Representatives.


  6. Movie Review: "Before I Go To Sleep"Read the original story w/Photo

    43 min ago | WCTO-FM Lehigh Valley

    Before I Go to Sleep is writer/director Rowan Joffe's adaptation of the best-selling novel by S.J. Watson. Nicole Kidman plays Christine, a 40-something woman who wakes up one morning next to a man she doesn't recognize, with no recollection of what happened the day before -- or anything that's happened since her early 20s.


  7. New TV series 'South of Hell' shooting in Charleston areaRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | Post and Courier

    AP Photo/Rick Rycroft Actress Mena Suvari, a former Charleston resident, will star in a new television series, "South of Hell,' filming in Charleston and North Charleston. She plays a possessed demon hunter in the paranormal thriller.


  8. How photography - and phrenology - helped make Abraham Lincoln presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    50 min ago | The Raw Story

    Voters going to the polls in Illinois's 12th congressional district in this year's US midterm elections have a choice to make. Do they want a Congressman who is reserved, calm, the model of a modern politician? Or do they want one who's earned the nickname " Meltdown Mike ", thanks to an outburst of uncontrollable rage on the floor of the Illinois House of Representatives in 2012? This is not as clear a choice as it might seem.


  9. Oak Lawn to buy, raze two homes with chronic floodingRead the original story w/Photo

    52 min ago | The Southtown Star

    Ed Dillon looks at the damage left by two floods this year in one of two houses that regularly flood and may be purchased by Oak Lawn for demolition. After 35 years of soggy floors, it's no wonder that Greg Greiman cringes every time the weather forecast calls for heavy rain in Oak Lawn.


  10. Review: 'Interstellar' a sublime cosmic knockoutRead the original story

    56 min ago | WWTC-AM Eagan

    Since his breakthrough with the backward-running "Memento," Christopher Nolan has made a plaything of time. In "Interstellar," he slips into its very fabric, shaping its flows and exploding its particles.


  11. Ryan Murphy on the different seasons of 'American Horror...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | OhNoTheyDidnt

    LOL Has Ryan Murphy ever made a statement about any of his shows that he hasn't gone on to directly contradict? I'm glad that they're both coming back. He had previously said that Wes was only doing the two Halloween episodes and that this season when someone died it was going to be gone forever.


  12. Press regulation board appointedRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    The Royal Charter was agreed between the three main political parties after the Leveson Inquiry recommended 'voluntary, independent self-regulation'. The Independent Press Standards Organisation, which oversees the majority of newspapers including the Daily Mail, has said it will not seek recognition under the Charter.


  13. Shelton's Laggies a lively, energetic rompRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Seattle Gay News

    Too shocked to think coherently, the aimless 28-year-old drives out into the night, ending up in a local grocery store parking lot making the off-the-cuff decision to buy alcohol for a handful of teenagers. One thing leads to another, and soon Megan is avoiding her troubles by taking refuge in the home of high schooler Annika , telling friends and family she's leaving for the week to attend a self-help seminar.


  14. Dogfight: Love and cruelty during wartimeRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Seattle Gay News

    It is a contest that rates the ugliest girl at a dance contest. It is a dehumanizing contest, but it is a tradition passed on through generations of Marines, so the brash recruits accept it as their dutiful rite of passage.


  15. Tim Miller: Brotherly love extends to movies ... even bad onesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    My much younger brother, Danny, is almost as obsessed with movies as I am. He doesn't see as many new films as I do, but he and his wife, Michelle, are always catching something on TV, whether it's a new release on demand or an old movie screening on Turner Classic Movies.


  16. Discover the epic period costumes of this year's biggest Oscar contendersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | New York Post

    It's only the first week of November, but the Oscars race is already kicking into high gear - this Friday sees the release of one of its buzziest contenders, "The Theory of Everything," a biopic about Stephen Hawking's struggle with ALS. But that flick is just one of many high-profile films reflecting light on the past.


  17. Tim Miller: Keaton soars in 'Birdman'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    Riggan Thomas is standing high on the ledge of a building, and it looks like he just might commit suicide. Good question.


  18. A Brief But Stunning Visual History Of Ballet In The 20th CenturyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Switched

    As holiday season approaches, visions of sugar-plum fairies inevitably begin dancing in our heads. 'Tis the time of "The Nutcracker," and other classic ballet performances that countdown to a whole new season of dance across the world.


  19. Frances McDormand: Olive and kickingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Oscar winner Frances McDormand talks to Helen Barlow about her new television series and how being married to a Coen brother doesn't help that much. Frances McDormand is happy.


  20. Amanda Bynes Loses Bid To Reclaim Financial Control From Her ParentsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | WENN Blog

    Actress Amanda Bynes has lost her bid to win back control of her financial affairs from her parents. A lawyer representing the troubled Hairspray star was shut down in court on Friday, because, under the terms of her parents' conservatorship, Bynes lacks the capacity to enter into a binding contract with a legal representative.