James Toth

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Review: 'Nola'

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Labored, artificial stab at '40s/'50s-style romantic comedy, "Nola" abounds in theatrically overwritten repartee meant to sparkle. In his admitted desire to update Billy Wilder…

Blast

Review: 'Blast'

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"Blast," the latest mindless sight-and-sound spectacle to land on Broadway, could be subtitled "revenge of the marching-band geeks." Kids who faced humiliating remarks in homeroom class now are…

Marketplace

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Deep focus

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APART FROM SOME of the big star autobiographies, such as Katharine Hepburn's "Me," and deep-dish gossip tomes like Maria Riva's tell-all about her mother, Marlene Dietrich, it's not at all clear who…

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