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Defining the blogosphere

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While just about everyone agrees that the rise of blogdom is a positive force, the care and feeding of bloggers still causes a surprising degree of static. Publicists increasingly court them, but are…

  • Film

Is Hollywood stage-struck?

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It's not often that stage thesps get asked to reprise a signature role in a play-to-pic adaptation. When Frank Langella was confirmed last week for the part of Richard M. Nixon in the movie version…

  • Biz

Making Sense of Debates

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That, and other news, in this weekend’s Political Panorama. Both parties have now had their first match ups, but is it possible to discern who has the presidential mojo? MSNBC can be credited for…

Tie Another Ribbon

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"Tie A Yellow Ribbon," was the 1973 song Tony Orlando made famous during the Vietnam War and now, as the war in Iraq  continues, Tony is a judge in the Internet Song Of The Year contest. He attended…

History Relived

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Emotions ran high Wednesday night at the Directors Guild for the screening of Chris Cain’s "September Dawn." It’s the story of the Mormons’ massacre of 120 westwrard-bound settlers. The final cred on…

Congrats Dept.

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Proud grandpa Garry Marshall phoned to tell me that he and wife Barbara are grandparents again. Son Scott Marshall and his wife Elisa welcome daughter  Emma Wells Marshall Wednesday, May 2 at…

  • Biz

GOP’s 08ers Face Off

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The first debate of Republican candidates starts in a little less than a half hour. Pundits are taking guesses on how many times Ronald Reagan will be mentioned. Candidates are looking for some…

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