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First Trailer for 'Fifty Shades of Grey' with Shi...
The Valentine's day release date?!?! Absolutely PERFECT. So many single women will be in theatres to watch this film. I think it's going to do rather well, especially that opening weekend. The buzz...
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Massaro Sets Up Pop-Up
STEPPING UP: Massaro, which belongs to Chanel and is responsible for the couture house’s artsy footwear including its lace sneaker and pearl-studded half-boot, has set up a pop-up store at 19 Rue...
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The Rise of Catherine the Great: not too much hor...
The Rise of Catherine the Great (1934) Director: Paul Czinner Entertainment grade: B– History grade: B– Peter III (Douglas Fairbanks Jr) with his mistress Vorontzova (Diana Napier). Photograph:...
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'Love in the City,' 'Blue Ruin,' Jacques Demy and...
PICK OF THE WEEK: The title alone makes this 1953 omnibus film seem like a pleasant urban lark, and when you know the city in question is Italy's capital, the prospect of Roman romance beckons. But...
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Richard E. Grant
Great songs, but they rarely create change
FOR all but the first 20 of his 94 years Pete Seeger played banjo as he assembled - often from varied sources - songs about social justice, racial inequality and environmentalism. If you speak...
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Paul and Mary
The 8 key AW14 fashion trends you need to know ab...
Cara introduces the monogrammed luxury Burberry blanket to the world (Picture: Getty) Autumn/winter is our absolute favourite season of the year (just so you know, we think in fashion seasons rather...
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Max Factor: 100 Years of Glamour
Whether you're a make-up minimalist or someone who enjoys creating more dramatic looks in the beauty department, no one can deny revelling in the sense of glamour that can be achieved with a slip of...
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Midsummer fog and sunshine intertwine as our summer by the bay continues, and arts events provide classics done with a local flair, both indoors and out, thus reminding us of the practicality of...
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Jessica Lange to 'channel' Marlene Dietrich?
... the legs aren't so beautiful. It's what I do with them," said the fabled enchantress
. Speaking of Dietrich, her image will be revived again on, of all things, the Gothic TV...
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Loveland Museum/Gallery hosts assemblage art of J...
poses with a sultry leg on a stool, only the legs are made out of pipes and the chair is made out of metal scraps. Behind her at the Loveland Museum/Gallery are sculptures made from...
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Former OSS spies on a mission to save old headqua...
The birthplace of modern American espionage has been hiding — as befits a former nest of spies — in plain sight. The old headquarters of the Office of Strategic Services is a little cluster of stone...
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Happy Birthday To New Rochelle’s Donald Spoto
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- Happy Birthday to New Rochelle’s Donald Spoto! Donald Spoto, who was born in New Rochelle, turns 73 on Saturday. Spoto, a biographer and theologian, was born June 28, 1941. He...
Read more at The Daily Voice - New Rochelle
DVD reviews: Shared meal
This week, we begin in Mumbai: Rated PG, 104 minutes. Available Tuesday on Blu-ray and DVD and in various digital download formats. Using a narrative device as old as the novel itself,...
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A tale of two homes
Back in 1980, at the time when the Fir Park Village building was in the latest stages of its construction, Terry Whyte, its first administrator, and Walter Behn, president and founder of the board of...
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Brando thought Loren was ‘sick’
In this 1950 file photo, Sophia Loren is seen with Marlon Brando. AFP PHOTO London - Marlon Brando triggered a lifelong feud with Sophia Loren by complaining the beautiful actress’s passion for...
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Wurlitzer wizards bring the music back to Amsterd...
Editor's note: This piece, and several others on Amsterdam, complement the CNNGo TV series. This month's show get's an Olympian's tour of the city's markets and park and visits an unusual photography...
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Birmingham At War 1914-18: Zeppelin brought terro...
On January 31, 1916, in the second year of the Great War, nine airships left their bases in Germany with orders to bomb Liverpool and in so doing shock the British by the long-range of the...
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Picky Marlon Brando thought 'Elizabeth Taylor's a...
Picky Marlon Brando thought 'Elizabeth Taylor's a** was too small and Sophia Loren's breath was worse than a dinosaur.' Marilyn and Jackie fit the bill - so did Rock. But his first love, at age four,...
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Berlin Preview: The Scene
Keeping busy in the off-hours around Berlin.BOWIE’S BERLIN: “Bowie without Berlin is unimaginable.” That’s how Martin Roth, director of London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, summed up the relationship...
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Adelaide, remember the South Australian Hotel?
ON June 26, 1971, the South Australian Hotel in North Terrace closed its doors for the final time, marking the end of an era and bringing to a sad conclusion almost 100 years of Adelaide social and...
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