Friday, August 1, 2014 Av 5, 5774
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Brian's song is one of sorrowful soul music, of hope ripped from hearts and lives lost at the hands of merciless monsters. It all plays out on a battlefield of barbaric dimensions rather than on a football field of fun and games, however, as Team Darfur is very much on the losing end of the twilight zone marked off by...
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Will the next winner be a klezmer king? The series comes to the city
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Worshiping false idols? Moses, it's time to climb down that mountain once more: The real "Idols" are coming early next year. But there has to be a starting point. And, in Philadelphia, where more than 1,776 -- more like 17,776 -- are expected to jam the Wachovia Center, "American Idol" -- in its great run up to the series next...
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They're bad, they're bad -- which may be very good for the box office
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"Superbad" is as good as it gets for those who look in the mirror and see Snow White looking back when wishing for the Wicked Witch. Of course, that's way better than reflecting on acne, which can be the acme of angst for any teen male wearing out the groove in Madonna's "Like a Virgin," looking for life lessons. After...
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Hollywood — What would God say? "Good question," quietly replies Mark Nelson, veepee and senior exec producer of CNN Productions, whose three-part "God's Warriors," premiering on the cable network Tuesday night, takes the question, "Whose side is God on?" and plays "Jeopardy" with the answer. In examining the fierce role fundamentalism plays in Judaism (Aug. 21), Islam (Aug. 22) and...
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The "Company" he keeps says a lot about director Mikael Salomon. His hands-on work for the third and final episodes of HBO's "Band of Brothers" had the Emmy Award voters banding together to hand him its best of the best while his "Rome" ruminations were a Caesar salad of insight and incendiary storytelling. And now the director of cable's "The...
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