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We all know about the health benefits of getting eight hours sleep, but it turns out that scientists disagree on how we should get those eight hours. A new article in the NY Times argues that less nighttime sleeping and more napping is more effective...
Tags: Insomnia, New York City
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OutpostsThink you've got what it takes to be "The Gunny?" If so, SOG Specialty Knives and Tools wants you -- to enter its "Are You The Gunny?" contest. The most talented entrant with the grit, guts and gall to show......
Special to The Times"Self-Medicated" must have been cathartic for writer-director-producer-star Monty Lapica to make, but its therapeutic value for audiences is questionable. Reportedly based on Lapica's experience as a privileged but delinquent teen committed to a rehab...
Season One - Brandy - "DNR" - Carmen Electra - "Three Stories" - Scott Foley - "Sports Medicine" - Sam Trammell - "Maternity" - Sela Ward - "Three Stories," "Honeymoon" Season Two - Diane Baker - "Daddy's Boy" - Mel Harris - "Safe" - LL Cool J -...
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TIMES FILM CRITICFriday January 24, 1997 Steve Prefontaine was, to crib a line from Bruce Springsteen, born to run. And to win. The ultimate competitive animal, he finished first in more than 75% of his races and remains the only person ever to hold the U.S. records...
FOR THE TIMESFriday October 31, 1997 Before he exploded onto the scene of commercial screenwriting with his back-to-back scripts for "Die Hard" and "The Fugitive," young Jeb Stuart wrote a screenplay in a college workshop program that showed enough promise to...
Tags: Gale Anne Hurd, Jared Leto, Colorado Rockies, FBI, Danny Glover
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday September 22, 1995 Noticeable skill has gone into the making of "Seven," but it's hard to take much pleasure in that. The story of two cops on the trail of a terrifying serial killer, "Seven" is most notable for how lovingly it lingers on the...
Tags: Cinema Industry, Crimes, Movies, Death, Murder
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday December 29, 1995 It is happenstance as much as anything else that gets Sister Helen Prejean (Susan Sarandon) to death row. On impulse she answers a letter from an inmate at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola and now she's in the...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday February 9, 2001 "Saving Silverman" is a standard-issue numskull comedy that aims low but is high in energy. The humor may be less than inspired, to put it kindly, but the shenanigans are nonstop. In any event, director Dennis Dugan has...
Times Staff WriterWhat's most intriguing about New Line Cinema's "Willard," a hard-edged remake of the 1971 release of the same name is how the movies have changed over the past three decades. Of the original film, directed by the late Daniel Mann, it was possible to...
Special to The Times"Meat's meat and bone is bone," proclaims Hoyt (R. Lee Ermey) as he prepares a particularly gory repast. The makers of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" take a similarly elemental approach to the revived franchise's latest installment. There'...
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