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Jul 27,2007
When was the last time you stood to applaud a performance, whether at a concert or at the theater? More to the point, when was the last time you didn't stand to applaud a performance?   TAKING A STAND - Somebody's got to stand up and say enough is enough when it comes to all this standing up. CNS Photo by Jim Baird. So commonplace is the standing ovation these days that to many, the gesture has ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
Game: "Ratatouille" Publisher: THQ System: Nintendo Wii Cost: $50 ESRB rating: E Review rating: 2 1/2 stars   'RATATOUILLE' - 'Ratatouille' features some of the funniest animation found in any game. CNS Photo courtesy of THQ.    FEAR OF RATS - Remy relives the movie's most thrilling and hilarious moments while attempting to fulfill his dream of becoming a top chef. CNS Photo courtesy of THQ.    'COOKIE AND CREAM' - It's up to 'Cookie and Cream' to locate the ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
Sitting in her trailer parked outside "The Closer's" sound stage at Hollywood's Raleigh Studios, Kyra Sedgwick emitted a soft sigh as she stared at her cell phone with misty eyes and a weak smile slowly crossed her lips.   KYRA SEDGWICK - Kyra Sedgwick, seen her with co-star Jon Tenney, plays the top cop in a special LAPD unit that tackles high-profile murder cases in the TV drama 'The Closer.' CNS Photo courtesy of Carin Baer. "I ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
"Balance: In Search of the Lost Sense" by Scott McCredie; Little, Brown; 304 pages, $25. Common sense says you have five: sight, taste, smell, touch and hearing. But scientists and others say you have more than five senses, perhaps many more, depending upon who's defining the term. Conservative estimates put the number at 10, and include abilities like detecting rising blood pressure. More radical estimates include being able to sense body position, a full bladder ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
Bluegrass and country music champion Alison Krauss has won more Grammy Awards - 20 and counting - than any other female artist in any genre. Chances are she'll collect another trophy or two after her highly anticipated duo album with former Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant comes out later this year.   ALISON KRAUSS - 'If you're in this business and are lucky enough to be somewhat of an inspiration to another person, you have a ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
"The whole television series business is a strange world where I'm not at a place where people just give me my own TV show," mused Jeffrey Donovan, a good man with 20 years of professional acting experience who finally made his mark as the star of the cult cable cop show "Touch of Evil" (2004).   A BIT BURNED ABOUT IT - Jeffrey Donovan, a spy on the outs with his U.S. handlers, uses his covert ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
Now five films into the wildly popular Harry Potter franchise, star Daniel Radcliffe is about to turn 18 and his magical movies look set to become one of the most profitable series in Hollywood history. The humorous and haunting novels have certainly cast a powerful spell over little Muggles - people who do not have magical abilities - around the world.   DANIEL RADCLIFFE - Daniel Radcliffe returns as Harry Potter in 'Harry Potter and the ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
Shia LaBeouf is the flesh-and-blood star of "Transformers," the summertime spectacular about rip-snorting alien robots-in-disguise battling for supremacy, and he carries the picture with ease.   SHIA LEBEOUF - Shia LeBeouf is a man caught between robot wars in the sci-fi thriller 'Transformers.' CNS Photo courtesy of Robert Zuckerman.  In fact, "Transformers" Executive Producer Steven Spielberg was so impressed with the charismatic 21-year-old actor, he tapped LaBeouf for the next Indiana Jones movie, which is currently in ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
Writers read. The ability to write - to write, that is, not just to write - is achieved in large part through osmosis: By reading, you come to intuit why one string of words rings with clarity while another, every bit as grammatical, goes thunk on the page, or rather, clang in the ear.   SUSAN VREELAND - Susan Vreeland's latest novel is 'Luncheon of the Boating Party.' CNS Photo by Nelvin C. Cepeda. But for some ... [full story]
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Jul 06,2007
Here's something you won't believe: Pete Wentz does not cry. The Fall Out Boy bassist may write emotional lyrics about all sorts of heartbreaky things, but you will not see a tear anywhere near his black-linered eyes.   FALL OUT BOY - You may not know it by his music, but Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz loves Motown, Michael Jackson and World Cup soccer. CNS Photo by Sean M. Haffey. "I can't remember the last time ... [full story]
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Jul 06,2007
Game: "Crush" Publisher: Sega System: Sony PSP Cost: $30 ESRB rating: E Review rating: 3 stars   'CRUSH' - In 'Crush,' advanced puzzles require the ability to crush, or flatten, the surroundings into 2-D and back again. When this is accomplished, Danny, the main character, can discover hidden pathways and walk over or around objects that previously hindered him. CNS Photo courtesy of Sega.    MIND-BENDING PUZZLES - Solve puzzles to help Danny explore his mind and cure ... [full story]
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Jul 06,2007
"I don't have any talent, and I'm not being modest - I don't sing, I don't dance - so I think many of the contestants on 'America's Got Talent' can relate to me," laughed Jerry Springer, smooth and comfortable in Hollywood.   JERRY SPRINGER - Jerry Springer's strengths as the host of 'America's Got Talent' were refined during his 17 years in syndication with 'The Jerry Springer Show.' With him are 'Today' show's Natalie Morales and ... [full story]
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Jul 06,2007
The voice crackles from the other end of the phone line, the voice of a lightning rod. The rod is Michael Moore, talking from Denver, and Sunday is not a day of rest for him.   HEALTH CHECKUP - Michael Moore's new documentary' Sicko,' explores America's health care system. CNS Photo courtesy of Weinstein Co. This is the grinding last push for "Sicko," Moore's documentary lament for our nation's health, uh, "system." As opposed to systems in ... [full story]
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