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"At Any Price," a roughly mixed but interestingly plotted offshoot of "Death of a Salesman" and other hardy father/son perennials, is the fourth feature from writer-director Ramin Bahrani, whose career has been remarkable for his consistency of theme as...
It's another hymn of an evening down here in Anaheim, the French Riviera of freeways. Took a mere two hours to drive from L.A., which exceeds the capacity of many bladders. Fortunately, the kid in the back seat fell asleep in Azusa of all places, or the...
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The title of the show, "Good vs. Evil," seemed fitting enough. TV personality, author and former chef Anthony Bourdain is known for his biting, caustic and often profane wit; French chef and culinary star Eric Ripert is stylish and urbane with a...
There was a time, in the late 1980s, when each new film starring Dennis Quaid was The One. The one destined to make him not just an actor, not just an actor with guts and a wily, toothy joker's grin, but a huge box-office-reliable star. In the summer of...
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WASHINGTON -- When authorities got wind of a demonstration planned for Monday outside the Food and Drug Administration's offices in College Park, Md., they fortified their defenses. A motorcycle and nine police vans, ominously marked "Homeland Security,...
At last, Pennsylvania is starting to steal some of the thunder from New York City when it comes to culinary news. This week's big story, of course, was a judge's trashing of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on Big Gulp, set to take effect Tuesday....
Have you been feeling “under the weather” lately? Many farmers breathed a sigh of relief last week as they finished up planting corn. Estimates are that 2.4 million acres of corn were planted from May 13-19 in South Dakota. About 95% of...
The Hartford CourantQuick: when you see the phrase "Don peplums," do you think the second word should be capitalized because you assume it's a proper noun, as in Don Corleone? Do you, for example, think "peplum" is another word for baby food? Or do you read it as "pe-plum"...
The hypocrisy at the heart of "The Hunger Games" is irresistible. Novelist Suzanne Collins, whose trilogy has been decreed "awesome" by, among others, my 5th grade son, indicts violence and organized brutality as tools of mass-audience manipulation. Yet...
SACRAMENTO — If you're still scratching your head over the long list of state ballot propositions, here's a voter's guide. It's not to be confused with those slick home mailers, often produced by political profiteers masquerading under some phony...
No one today can overlook that it's California's self-indulgent initiative process that's attracting the big political bucks into the state, the way a magnet attracts scrap iron. Year in, year out, the torrent of spending on initiative campaigns swamps...
Farming is a high-tech profession. You might not know it based on how television portrays the farmer, with the overalls, dirty hat and slow drawl. In fact, I distinctly remember a commercial a couple of years ago that featured a man dressed in the farmer'...
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