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  • Miller: Not much to be disappointed about on Oscar Sunday

    Miller: Not much to be disappointed about on Oscar Sunday
    Twenty years ago, film critic Danny Peary released a wonderful book called "Alternate Oscars," which compared his own choices for Best Picture, Actor and Actress to the Academy's for every year from 1928 to 1991. Not surprisingly, he agreed with Best Picture only five times and the other two categories not much more often.
  • 'Reunion' — and rematch

    'Reunion' — and rematch
    Edgar Landa is intrigued by violence. But that's not to say he's a savage sort with a proclivity for destruction, the Hollywood fight choreographer is quick to add. Starting out as an actor, Landa began training with fight directors as he followed his...

    Check It Out: Looking for a literary laugh?

    When a customer asks a librarian to help them find a funny novel, it can be a challenge to find one that fits an individual's sense of humor. One person may appreciate dark humor, while another may enjoy satire or gentle humor. If you think you might...

    A dose of Common sense

    A dose of Common sense
    Lonnie Lynn led his son to believe that his middle name, Rashid, means childhood love. Turns out, that's not true. But that didn't stop Lonnie Rashid Lynn Jr., better known by his stage name, Common, from running with it. "I believe that love is the...

    A Word, Please: In general, 'affect' is a verb, 'effect' a noun

    A user on Twitter asked me recently about the difference between "affect" and "effect." Specifically, she wanted to know which to use in the phrase "the affect/effect of celebrity endorsements." The difference between "affect" and "effect" is Grammar...