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Jamie Masada

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Having founded L.A.'s venerable Laugh Factory 28 years ago and overseen it ever since, Masada has watched some of the last quarter century's best comics grace his stage. Yet none of them has equaled…

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Ralph Nader

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America's consumer crusader makes two fairly expected picks for his all-time favorite films, as well as one big surprise. "'The China Syndrome' was the first film on the risk of power plants," says…

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Ty Murray

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In his decade-long tenure as king of rodeo cowboys, specializing in bareback and bull riding, Murray suffered torn ligaments in both knees, major injuries and fractures in both shoulders, and a…

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Lisa Dennison

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When it comes to history and art, the director of Gotham's Guggenheim Museum isn't overly impressed with Hollywood fare, whether it be "The Agony and the Ecstasy" starring Charlton Heston as…

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Millie Martini Bratten

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As editor in chief of Brides magazine, Martini Bratten also serves as editorial director of a dozen other Conde Nast wedding publications that drive the $160- billion-a-year wedding biz.

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Dave Barry

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Barry points to the "futile and pointless" gesture in "Animal House" as a turning point in his evolution from immature adolescent to immature adult.

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Phyllis Schlafly

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The phrase "rugged individualism" went out with Barry Goldwater's 1964 defeat, but one of his staunchest supporters finds the term still viable, even if "modern semantics has tried to diminish it,"…

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Luc Robitaille

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This French-Canadian hockey great grew up in Montreal, knowing not a lick of English. But Paramount's 1978 musical phenomenon "Grease," with John Travolta's leather jacket and Olivia Newton John's…

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Gore Vidal

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Politics is in Gore Vidal's blood, both that which runs in his veins and that which runs through his work. As such, after watching Stephen Frears' "The Queen," he can't help but draw parallels to…

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Isaac Mizrahi

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Whether he's designing for uptown (Bergdorf Goodman) or downtown (Target), Mizrahi never forgets his roots, which go back to age 8 when he sat in front of the TV set one otherwise dreary afternoon.

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Paul E. Steiger

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"Hollywood tends to draw its villains from business, and they tend to be cartoonish, which is OK. You get your villains where you find them." That's the expert opinion of Steiger, managing editor of…

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