Saturday, December 27, 2014 Tevet 5, 5775
Bryn Mawr beauty rocks and reels in the roles, the latest of which premieres this weekend
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Ignore "Nick and Norah" at your own risk; the thin teen and the voluptuous vixen are involved in life's little mysteries that would have had William Powell and Myrna Loy detecting a similarity to their own clandestine coups. William Powell? Myrna Loy? Put that on your playlist and see where it gets you. These days, it's getting Michael Cera and...
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Is there a tone for his sins? Sardonic ... disputatious ... dismissive. Just don't expect it to sound like Kol Nidre. Cole Porter, maybe: After all, Bill Maher has always been bewitched, bothered and bewildered by the role religion has played roiling the unholy waters of society. But to make a feature-length documentary about it? Don't be ... "Religulous." Oh,...
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Farewell, Toby -- or is it, Shalom, Toby!
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Got Staples? Yeah, we got that. Makes sense; after all, how can ya run "The Office" without staples? Never thought of that, muses Paul Lieberstein, a graduate of Staples High School in Westport, Conn., who portrays the hit NBC series' outgoing human resources staple, Toby Flenderson -- the brooding bobblehead of benign neglect who deals with all the dunderheads of...
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Iliza Shlesinger wins over audiences -- and an NBC title -- on her way to Glenside
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The Lone Star State ain't in such a lonely state anymore: It has a new amiga to keep it amused these days in Dallas maverick Iliza Shlesinger, whose shoot-from-the-hip delivery landed the Texan-on-a-tear terror the "Last Comic Standing" championship on NBC. Giddy-up: The industry's latest punch line podner is eastward ho these days, in heady terrain as headliner of the...
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Sex" and the -- suburbs? Since "Sex and the City" carried Carrie and company to new fiscal heights this past summer at the box office, raking in some $150 mil domestically -- which could pay for about a footlocker of Manolo Blahniks -- they've been tossing magnolias out of the windows of the Magnolia Cafe to celebrate. But, the film's...
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