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Jacket CopyPublishers Weekly's final tally of 2009 books sales has a few surprises. Who would have guessed that California author Lisa See was selling as many books as E.L. Doctorow and Margaret Atwood put together? Or that political tomes from Sarah......
Special to the TribuneYou're selling your house. That means beige walls. Cookies baking. Fluffy white towels in the bath. Home staging -- yeah, we get it, right? Wrong. Realtors say even in today's competitive market, many sellers still don't understand how important it is to...
CONTRARY TO POPULAR BELIEF, the Roman Catholic Church does not hold that the pope is infallible in everything he says. Pope Benedict XVI underscored that doctrinal fine point Sunday when he said he was "deeply sorry" about the controversy concerning his...
Times Staff WriterAt the heart of Dan Brown's "The Da Vinci Code" is the Priory of Sion, an organization set up to vigilantly protect "one of the most powerful secrets ever kept." Once Brown's thriller became one of the fastest-selling books of all time, a similar...
Gayle Anderson was in Thousands Oaks for NATIONAL WINDOW SAFETY WEEK, April 5th through April 11th, 2009. Some of the issues you should consider this week AND ALL YEAR, according to Simonton's Window Safety Guy Dan Brown: Q: I have small children at...
Tags: Family, Safety of Citizens, Government, Children, Furniture
For this generation of baby boomer editorial cartoonists, reared on Mad magazine cinematic spoofs and "Saturday Night Live" sendups, the urge to mock movie-poster imagery is adolescent if not infantile. With "The Da Vinci Code," throw in the chance to...
Zap2It.comWith a $77 million take, "The Da Vinci Code" became the year's biggest domestic opener thus far, but the Ron Howard thriller's international numbers proved even more impressive. Braving generally dismissive reviews, the Tom Hanks vehicle pulled in an...
Local police in Cannes plan to strike during next week's film festival on the French Riviera, a trade union delegate said on Wednesday. But city officials vowed the strike would not disrupt the glitzy festival, set to attract Hollywood stars such as...
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticThere are a several moments of real pathos in Ron Howard's film of Dan Brown's Angels & Demons, which is several more than he was able to conjure up in his film of Brown's The Da Vinci Code. Howard has made a better, more entertaining thriller out of...
Zap2It.comAfter cracking "The Da Vinci Code," Ron Howard is ready to wrap his mind around the war in Iraq. According to Variety, the Oscar-winning director is in line to direct "Last Man Home" for Universal. The project would be produced by Brian Grazer through...
NO ONE OWNS THE FACTS OF HISTORY. Two British historians, however, are claiming title to a juicy historical myth at the core of the bestseller "The Da Vinci Code," and their claim should trouble anyone whose book or film was inspired by someone else's...
Tags: New York, Book, Judges, History, Cinema Industry
Zap2It.comWhile some of the people behind "The Da Vinci Code" have seemed shocked and perplexed about the intense scrutiny that comes from adapting a beloved book, it's familiar territory for Sir Ian McKellen. "'Lord of the Rings' [was] 50 times, 100 times...
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