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In the go-go nineties Jordan Belfort proved to Wall Street that you didn't need to be on Wall Street to make a fortune in the stock market. But his company, Stratton Oakmont, worked differently. His young Long Island wannabes didn't know from turnaround...
Tags: Justice System, Prisons, Prosecution, Long Island, FBI
Zap2It.comOn a drizzly Thursday in May, inside a soundstage at North Shore Studios in Vancouver, Canada, Scott Peters, executive producer of the USA Network series "The 4400," is hard at work in the director's chair. The episode under way airs in late July as part...
Seeing Double Two great actresses received double nominations today: Meryl Streep was nominated for best actress (drama) for "Doubt" and best actress (musical or comedy) for "Mamma Mia!," her 22nd and 23rd career Globe nods (she's won six), and Kate...
Courant Staff WriterThe young men stood in the funeral home parking lot, telling tales. Ill at ease in their shirts and ties, they smoked and laughed, recounting a series of remember-that-time stories set in the streets and backyards of Milford. But the main character of...
Courant Staff WriterThe photos on the coffee table are like puzzle pieces, a thick stack of 4-by-6-inch hints about the Jordan Pierson his family couldn't know. There's one that shows the street that runs past the main cemetery in Fallujah, Iraq. Next, the view from the...
It's been well documented in this space that American cartoonists are solidly lined up with the terrorists and against the president, Mom, apple pie and performance-enhanced baseball. But how tough have we really been on George W. Bush? Not very, at least...
Tags: George W. Bush, Cartoons, Entertainment, Lebanon
Ahmed Dahbour lives in political limbo. The 45-year-old shopkeeper was born in the Palestinian city of Ramallah but moved east to Amman 25 years ago to study. Until Palestinians' bitter dispute with Israel is resolved, he says, he won't go home. Today,...
Tribune foreign correspondentOne morning last spring, two men from Jordan's Interior Ministry arrived unannounced at the headquarters of the Islamic Action Front, the country's most powerful opposition party. They said they were there because the group was neglecting an important...
Times Staff WriterJerusalem — YEARS after Israel seized a hilltop artillery post from Jordan in the 1967 Middle East War and turned it into a Jewish neighborhood, a civic-minded resident launched a turf battle of her own. Ruth Geva thought that Ramot Allon, a...
Stop me if you've seen this one: Sweaty, forlorn dove tries to roll "Mideast peace" boulder up Mt. Sinai. Or this one: Sweaty, forlorn dove struggles with olive branch ... wait, those aren't olives, they're bombs! OK, so maybe a fresh approach to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFrom his hilltop farm, Daoud Nassar can see the sun rise over the Jordan Valley and set in the Mediterranean, an arc that spans the territorial breadth of his people's conflict with Israel. He also can see the neighbors whose rival claim has drawn the...
Zap2It.comIt would be hard to get much more personal than moviemaker Kevin Jordan does in "Brooklyn Lobster," based on Jordan's family and their business--a venerable lobster retail operation and restaurant in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn--with characters who...
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