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'MasterChef' auditions coming to Chicago, 'House Hunters' hits Lou Malnati's, Common cast in indie filmIf you’re a great cook and wouldn’t mind getting screamed at by a guy who looks like a Scottish Nick Nolte, the casting directors of Fox’s “MasterChef” want to talk to you. The Gordon Ramsay-hosted reality show will hold...
It's startling to observe the changes you go through when you move to another country — changes in the way you interact with women and men. Even the way you dress. I started to think about acculturation after I moved from Germany to Southern...
Amazon has purchased the book-oriented social networking site Goodreads for an undisclosed sum. Speculation from Bloomberg Businessweek based on other social media properties (like Instagram and LinkedIn) puts the market price close to $1 billion. Other...
A new study from the NPD Group reveals that nearly all U.S. households own at least one device that can be used as a second screen while watching TV. It's not surprising that 87% of consumers are splitting their attention between the TV and their...
17th Mandell JCC Hartford Jewish Film Fest April 4-15, hjff.org. Two documentaries are the highlights at the 17th Annual Mandell JCC Hartford Jewish Film Festival, which will be bringing 21 films related to Jewish culture and history to theaters...
Tags: Movies, Music, Discrimination, Israel, Arts and Culture
It's easy enough to see Yannis Pappas for free. The Brooklyn-born comedian has performed widely onstage and on TV, but two of his most prolific acts are characters who star in YouTube videos: Greek restaurant owner (and chain-smoking video blogger) Mr....
Los cubanos que a diario corren el riesgo de ser encarcelados por intentar transmitir una imagen certera de la vida en Cuba—a través de blogs, Facebook, Twitter—han tenido una cara ante el mundo, indudablemente, en Yoani Sánchez. Gracias a...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota didn't set out to become the abortion debate's new epicenter. It happened by accident, after a legislative caucus that once vetted abortion bills languished, leaving lawmakers to propose a flurry of measures...
Tags: Abortion Issue, Tim Mathern, Elections, Abortion, Social Issues
Primatologist Jane Goodall and publisher Grand Central have announced they will delay publication of Goodall's forthcoming tree-focused book "Seeds of Hope" in the wake of accusations that certain passages were plagiarized. The Washington Post noted the...
Tags: Chinua Achebe, The Washington Post, Authors, Book
For RedEyeCharles Barkley has it right: Watching the first couple rounds of the NCAA tournament before the switch to a new format wasn’t great. "We all take it for granted now but the tournament used to suck [on TV]," Barkley told SI. "It used to be: Why...
The inspiration for this column came from a local newspaper article I read about a "girl" with whom I went to high school for two years at St. Cecilia's Academy in Washington, D.C. This woman, whom I haven't seen since then, has always kept a low...
Oops! A mistake by Google on Wednesday morning caused the site's search service to remove Digg from its results, leading to speculation that there may have been some drama between the two tech companies. Digg users searching for the social news...
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