America's last movie star sealed his fate on Oprah's couch
Heights Theatre, Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Some heavy-hitters are coming to October's wildly popular lit fest.
I want to be Shane McCutcheon from The L Word when I grow up. One of the great TV characters of our time doesn't need you, but she pays attention. The fact that she doesn't need, or appear to need much, is part of her way with the ladies in the first two seasons of Showtime's sorely underrated serie ... More >>
Let's bring back the year's best (and worst) performances for one more round of applause (and jeers)
Woody Allen's second English excursion is a failed return to comedy
Duke Mantee isn't a killer; he's a professor of violence studies
Vertiginous 'Joy of Life' gravitates to extremes but inspires moderation
Can rep cinema's old-time religion be resurrected in the soulless Netflix age?
What ever happened to Buddy Holly's fishing license?
Iraq. SARS. Jay Leno, Still on television practically every night. Yeah, 2003 was about as much fun as a social disease.
Two celluloid-driven revivals try to reel in laughs
Tits v. Glass: The harassment suit
Glam rock's history is the most unnatural thing in the world
Feeling Minnesota...Not!: Jeff Bridges and John Goodman in Joel and Ethan Coen's The Big Lebowski.
Whether an Algerian-born street rat, a metaphysical quixoticist, or the James Dean of writers, the real Albert Camus steps forward in a new biography.