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SAIA Sushi and Asian Grill on Fort Lauderdale Beach launched new happy hour specials this past Tuesday. From 5:30 to 8 p.m. daily, draft beers start at $3 and half-carafes of sake cost $5. Signature cocktails cost $7 and are anything but Asian-inspired,...
RedEyeLifetime on Monday released the first official photo of Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor in its movie, "Liz & Dick," showing Lilo and her co-star, Grant Bowler, who plays Richard Burton. The film started principal photography in Los Angeles on Monday....
RedEyeLifetime is in a sharing mood these days, releasing another set of photos Wednesday showing Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor in its movie, "Liz & Dick." A second photo shows Lilo's co-star, Grant Bowler as Richard Burton, who was twice married Taylor....
We would like to extend a special invitation to join us at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13, at Tribune Towerfor a free, group discussion of J. Courtney Sullivan's "Maine" – the June Printers Row Book of the Month. The discussion will be led by the...
With his first collection of short stories, “Drown,” and his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao,” Junot Díaz won enthusiastic fans. Díaz spoke about his new collection, “This Is How You Lose...
Fashion designer Nolan Miller put a bra-less Farrah Fawcett in a see-through blouse for "Charlie's Angels," Tina Louise in a slinky nude-beige evening dress for "Gilligan's Island" and Elizabeth Taylor in violet gowns for her "Passion" perfume...
Baltimore's party season is off and running after getting its kickoff last night with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra gala, which many folks consider the unofficial start to the fall party season. The next three months may be the most intense time of...
Home was a theme in full operating mode when Julia Keller came calling for a recent Printers Row Live event. The occasion was a discussion with Tribune Literary Editor Elizabeth Taylor of Julia’s new book, “A Killing in the Hills,”...
Short stories may be literary stepchildren, but Junot Díaz has done his part to elevate the form to royal family status. His debut collection "Drown" drew critical raves when it appeared 15 years ago. His stories were fresh and original and felt urgent....
My summer reading frequently entails being a guest in someone else's imaginary summer house, and one of my all-time favorites is Edith Wharton's 1917 "Summer." Joshua Henkin invites readers to Wharton's New England in his wonderful novel "The World...
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For those of us desperate for a "Mad Men" fix, this memoir goes down like a gin and tonic on a hot day. Mercifully, Janet Groth doesn't drop names and aggrandize herself with one of those books that promise to tell all but say nothing. Groth came to...
Tags: Manhattan (New York City), Authors
Assume for the moment that through some miracle of nature, Hartford really does become a convention-mad colossus; and the Front Street project is loud and boisterous and full of cool shops and classy hookers and fancy gin joints; and expensive condos full...
Tags: Sprague, Voluntown, Middletown, South Windsor, Windsor Locks
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