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Claire Danes reveals she read critical reviews of Homeland season finale during first labor in 2012

Claire Danes revealed on a chat show on Thursday that she determined she was in labor with her first child while reading critical reviews of her hit show Homeland ... It didn't take long to find the w... read more

Claire Danes Covers 'GQ' UK September 2012

Claire Danes is white hot on the cover of GQ UK Magazine‘s September 2012 issue, styled by Zanna Roberts Rassi. The 33-year-old Homeland actress recalled her first memory of acting with a remarkable l... read more

‘Loving Vincent’ Review: The World’s First Oil-Painted Feature is a Truly Insane Vincent van Gogh Tribute — Telluride

An extraordinary (and entirely demented) labor of love that makes for a wan and uneven ... his life — through the recollections of those who knew him best. Read More:‘Downsizing’ Review: Alexander Pay... read more

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‘Veep’ Showrunner David Mandel Responds to Fans’ Labor Day Theories

Read on to see how fans answered Mandel’s queries, as well as his reactions to the most popular responses (including the Labor Day theories ... “She’s the absolute worst. Yet we love Selina because a. ... read more

Claire Danes Cell Phone Walk and Talk

Claire Danes, walks around SoHo in her exercise clothes, engaging in cell phone walk and talk after working up a sweat at the gym. Danes‘ latest movie Stardust which is being released today, has opene... read more

Golden Globes review: Ricky Gervais a timid host, broadcast tedious

Claire Danes and “Homeland”). There’s also the continued silliness of ongoing British drama series being continually treated as “miniseries,” which meant that “Downton Abbey” (whose second season just ... read more

Lyndi Cohen on the hidden sugar in your shopping

While you know it's lurking in foods like doughnuts ... Soft drinks, cakes, pies, ice cream, pastries and processed meats are some of the worst offenders. Researchers from the George Institute for Glo... read more

Best films of 2011 were filled with wonder

Whether because of bad movies or good television, attendance was down to its lowest level in 16 years. With the latest "Potter" and "Panda" and "Pirates" hogging the screens, mainstream audiences stay... read more

Golden Globes: 10 Most Memorable Moments

A declawed Ricky Gervais, a near-sweep of the TV awards by cable programs, and a general spreading of the wealth among winners both big- and small-screen was the order of the day at Sunday’s 69th Gold... read more

‘Friends’ 20th Anniversary: 11 Shows That Tried to Replace It (And Failed)

Cox is in almost every scene, mainly because the other cast members, while affable, can’t shoulder too heavy ... audiences included. READ MORE: Best to Worst: Every Steven Spielberg TV Project Ranked ... read more

The Government's 'allegiance' law sends us back to the Middle Ages

They've changed the identity of the beneficiary from the Queen to "Australia", and that's not just because they don't want to remind us that we're still a monarchy. What's happening here is very subtl... read more

Stories for April 2010

posted: 04/30/2010 8:36 a.m. The decision is made. Fayetteville will furlough city workers — for one day. There will be other more serious budget changes, too; but that’s the cut that will stir contro... read more

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