Oy what a schmuck!
I am ready for this season to be over.
During a break from shooting his upcoming X-Men spinoff, “Deadpool,” Ryan Reynolds — once dubbed People magazine’s “sexiest man alive” and called “ridiculously handsome” by The Hollywood Reporter — recalled how he came to star in Simon Curtis’ Holocaust-themed film, “Woman in Gold.”
Of course you have to draw the line somewhere, but don’t assume you’re entitled to have the line drawn where you want it to be drawn.
A federal appeals court heard arguments in a bid by casino magnate Sheldon Adelson to reinstate a defamation lawsuit against the National Jewish Democratic Council and two of its formal principals.
During a break from shooting his upcoming X-Men spinoff, “Deadpool,” Ryan Reynolds — once dubbed People magazine’s “sexiest man alive” and calledread more
As Senator Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) announced on Monday that he is running for president, his Virginia audience cheered. He dropped applause line after applause lineread more
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First on my list of favorite new books for kids are a couple of fun titles for Passover—one an early chapter book by a much-beloved author, and the other a picture book with a familiar train-loving character.
Three-year-old Matthew Hobird loves playing with trash, so he was in luck when he visited Discovery Cube Los Angeles, the area’s newest children’s science center, and found plenty of it.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa may have provided the culinary inspiration — and the name — for the prestigious Nobu restaurants that offer a unique fusion of Japanese and South American dishes. And Robert DeNiro may have brought the star power.
On a recent Friday morning, half a dozen women worked out to a playlist of energetic pop music in a Sherman Oaks gym as their toned, model-pretty instructor shouted words of encouragement. But there was one thing distinctly different about this picture.