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Laguna College of Art & Design has a new library, a new exhibit, two new curriculum tracks and 23 new students to start the New Year. "Enrollment for the spring semester is 440 full-time students from 23 states and 18 countries," LCAD President...
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Special to The Herald-MailI typically choose my movie for the week by guessing which one will do the most business. Every now and then I get it wrong. Last year I wrote a review of the miserable "Sanctum" instead of "The Roommate," which did much better. I made a similar mistake...
CNNApple's new iPad wasn't the only game in town this week. More than 18,000 videogame makers gathered in San Francisco at the 26th annual Game Developers Convention (GDC 2012) to discuss the future of interactive entertainment. While there was plenty of...
War Horse (PG-13) Directed by Steven Spielberg. It's hard to determine the target audience for War Horse, the new film by Steven Spielberg. A children's novel about a storied horse that survives trench warfare in World War I, the tale has also...
By Bob Garver Special to The Herald-Mail Did you know the title character of the television show "House" is based on Sherlock Holmes? Played by Hugh Laurie, Dr. Gregory House is a brilliant solver of mysteries who has an antisocial personality, a drug...
OPENED TUESDAY The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo To put it bluntly, this movie kicks butt. Director David Fincher orchestrates a stark but enthralling adaptation of the first novel in late author Stieg Larsson’s trilogy. Its harsh emotional...
Steven Spielberg made his first big splash in the churning waters of action films with "Raiders of the Lost Ark" in 1981. Thirty years later, he recreates the same high energy and wild escapades in "The Adventures of Tintin." The title character is a...
Special to The Herald-MailLast week I wondered if we really needed "Sherlock Holmes" at the movies when we already have "House" on TV. This week, I question the necessity of a fourth "Mission Impossible" movie when we already have 22 James Bond movies with a 23rd on its way next...
RedEye movie critic*** (out of four) Tom Cruise runs like a maniac. It’s kind of awesome. The much-maligned but still very commanding movie star’s relentless, up-for-anything energy keeps the blood flowing and the stunts, uh, stunting in the first “...
** (out of four) Stop me if you've heard this before: Someone in a government organization (FBI/CIA/whatever) may be corrupt. A former operative is now one of the most dangerous men on the planet. Foreign, anonymous villains have no names and...
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