It has been a great weekend in Los Angeles. It’s sunny and warm with the smell of fall in the air. It’s as if we are almost having a season, which for LA is unusual. As my family prepares for snow in Canada, I am counting my blessings and was thrilled to go to Starbucks this...
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Screenwriter David Dorfman specializes in dark comedies in which "one guy makes another's life a living hell," he said. Which is why Revolution Studio's Todd Garner hired him to write "Anger Management" -- the season's most anticipated comedy -- in 2001. "He told me about a...