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As the nation's attention reluctantly turns to the political parties' conventions, with their scripted suspense and stage-managed sentiment, it is important to keep in mind that these are phony representations of American political life. But the slick...
For me, our Christmas visit to Iraq was one of mixed emotions. On one hand, I had warm, uplifting feelings about joining New York servicemen and women and bringing them gifts and greetings from loved ones. We went, not to report on the war or the politics...
Looking back on it all, David Chase admits, no one involved in the first episodes of "The Sopranos" had a clue the show would ever make such a mark on the cultural landscape. The stories, he says, were meant to be funny and sad, and he hoped viewers would...
Zap2It.comThe end is near. Seriously. But after Sunday, is there a possibility for a stay of execution? Fuhgeddaboutit. The season finale of HBO's "The Sopranos" will conclude the drama's penultimate season and HBO spokespeople say creator David Chase is...
Zap2It.comHere's one thing that happened to Tony Soprano after the screen went black. James Gandolfini, who played the mob boss in the now-canceled HBO series "The Sopranos," is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, report celebrity news sources. The actor...
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"The Sopranos," hype-wise, is like "Harry Potter" for adults; no other series in the history of American television has unfolded quite like it, or caused quite the same paroxysms of expectation. I speak as somebody who found the DVD of four new episodes...
Whether or not the Bulls ever will win a championship with him, I still believe Ben Gordon is one of the most extraordinary talents in the NBA, simply due to his uncanny scoring ability, especially when his size is factored in. (It's not a big secret that...
Times Staff WriterWould it be tempting fate to call "Running Scared" the worst movie of the year already? Especially since the year has produced so many turkeys it's starting to feel like Thanksgiving in February? Maybe it'll persuade fate to have a little mercy, because...
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Eric Guirado's beguiling "The Grocer's Son" is deceptively simple. Antoine (Nicolas Cazalé), a 30-year-old Paris waiter, suddenly finds himself back home in the village in Provence he fled a decade earlier. His gruff, demeaning father (Daniel Duval) has...
Tony Soprano has to die. Sure, we all have to die, but Tony sooner than most. After all, the final 20 episodes of "The Sopranos" begin airing Sunday, March 12, and how else to end the best drama that television has ever known? For the past 21 months,...
Zap2It.comWhen Tony Soprano unloaded his shotgun into Tony Blundetto's chest, it looked like Steve Buscemi's run on "The Sopranos" was over. Instead, the familiar character actor's fingerprints are all over the HBO drama. First, Buscemi popped up at the end of the...
Zap2It.comTwo more members of "The Sopranos" cast have signed deals to appear in the show's final episodes, but two prime wiseguys are still holding out. Lorraine Bracco, who plays Tony's (James Gandolfini) therapist, Dr. Jennifer Melfi, and Aida Turturro, Tony'...
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