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July 26th, 2014
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Archive: News / Pics & Flix / Entertainment News (36 Stories)

A final session of Walter White's 'Bad' behavior

09/30/2013 2:16am
Any "Breaking Bad " fan could be forgiven for concluding that Sunday's finale held no major surprises.

Fashion house Schiaparelli appoints Marco Zanini

09/30/2013 3:51am
Designer Marco Zanini has been named creative director of the revived fashion house Schiaparelli.

3 more Duck Dynasty books coming out in 2014

09/30/2013 5:06am
The Duck Dynasty book dynasty rolls on.

McCartney's designs reflect sensual hints of skin

09/30/2013 5:35am
For Stella McCartney, nothing draws in the eye like a hint of skin.

Stars come out for Timberlake at iTunes festival

09/30/2013 6:48am
A host of stars turned out to experience Justin Timberlake's headline gig at the iTunes Festival in London.

Blinking art exhibit closed after patrons fall ill

09/30/2013 7:14am
Authorities have temporarily shut down a room-sized art installation with blinking lights in Pittsburgh after three visitors reported seizure-like symptoms.

Marcella Hazan, famed cookbook author, dies at 89

09/30/2013 7:41am
Marcella Hazan, the Italian-born cookbook author who taught generations of Americans how to create simple, fresh Italian food, died Sunday. She was 89.

Review: Deep South thriller unfolds in 1927 flood

09/30/2013 7:56am
"The Tilted World" (William Morrow), by Tom Franklin and Beth Ann Fennelly

For Food Network addicts, new book hits the spot

09/30/2013 7:58am
"From Scratch: Inside the Food Network" (G.P. Putnam's Sons), by Allen Salkin

Literary author tests rules of fact and fiction

09/30/2013 8:20am
Alexander Maksik, a 40-year-old literary novelist, has learned a great deal about life and art and the unexpected ways they can meet.

A summer to remember: America in 1927

09/30/2013 8:31am
"One Summer: America, 1927" (Doubleday), by Bill Bryson

Rio de Janeiro dreams of (being) Hollywood

09/30/2013 8:48am
For Mayor Eduardo Paes, it's not enough that Rio de Janeiro is both an Olympic and a World Cup host city. He's determined to turn Rio into a Woody Allen city, too, and has gone to extraordinary lengths to persuade the director to shoot a movie here, meeting with Allen's sister, dispatching him handwritten notes and even pledging to underwrite 100 percent of production costs.

'Breaking Bad' ends, but 10 lessons linger

09/30/2013 9:07am
Sunday's "Breaking Bad" turned out the lights on one of the darkest shows in television history.

Nickelodeon gets into radio with Clear Channel

09/30/2013 9:28am
Nickelodeon is getting into the radio business.

A new cry in France: 'Let us work Sundays!'

09/30/2013 9:57am
When economic inequalities helped foment the French Revolution, the legendary cry from on high was, "Let them eat cake!" Now, as modern France struggles economically, the cry from below is, "Let us work!"

Folk music rules at 'Inside Llewyn Davis' concert

09/30/2013 11:15am
When Justin Timberlake couldn't attend Sunday's concert celebrating the music of the new Coen Brothers movie, "Inside Llewyn Davis," master of ceremonies John Goodman told the crowd Timberlake's understudy would perform instead.

Review: Nelly's new 'M.O.' gives mixed results

09/30/2013 11:43am
Nelly, "M.O." (Republic Records)

Giambattista Valli show is hot in more ways than 1

09/30/2013 11:47am
Summer was literally in the air at Giambattista Valli's Paris show.

Terry McMillan does it again with new novel

09/30/2013 12:13pm
"Who Asked You?" (Viking), by Terry McMillan

NYC library offers list of 100 great kids' books

09/30/2013 12:17pm
Beloved authors Judy Blume and Eric Carle helped the New York Public Library celebrate children's literature Monday as the library released a list of 100 great books from the last 100 years.

A healthy, grapey pan sauce with pork chops

09/30/2013 12:33pm
When I was in high school, my mom and I threw all kinds of dinner parties.

'Breaking Bad' logs record 10.3 million viewers

09/30/2013 12:39pm
AMC says Sunday's "Breaking Bad" finale seized a record-breaking number of viewers for the series.

This offbeat raspberry's worth growing

09/30/2013 1:05pm
When I really want to impress a visitor to my garden, I offer a taste of Fallgold raspberries.

Small number of schools drop out of lunch program

09/30/2013 1:14pm
The Agriculture Department says 524 schools _ out of about 100,000 _ have dropped out of the federally subsidized national school lunch program since the government introduced new standards for healthier foods last year.

Once infertile, woman gives birth after surgery

09/30/2013 1:26pm
A 30-year-old infertile woman gave birth after surgeons removed her ovaries and re-implanted tissue they treated in a lab, researchers report.

Anthony Bourdain attacks NM 'Frito pie' dish

09/30/2013 1:41pm
Insults dished out by food critic Anthony Bourdain on an episode of CNN's "Parts Unknown" have stirred up outrage in New Mexico.

Channeling Andy Warhol for Sirius series

09/30/2013 1:45pm
Wind up Robin Williams and the stories pour out _ how he developed his accent for "Mrs. Doubtfire," found out "Mork & Mindy" was canceled by reading about it in a newspaper and the remark that abruptly ended his appearance on a German talk show.

Review: Rock sister trio Haim shines on debut

09/30/2013 2:13pm
Haim, "Days Are Gone" (Columbia Records)

Allegiant Air fleet of MD-80s back in service

09/30/2013 2:26pm
Allegiant Air says its fleet of MD-80 aircraft is back in service after an overhaul of emergency exit slides.

More babies share parents' beds despite SIDS risks

09/30/2013 2:34pm
The government's latest infant bed-sharing numbers show a troubling trend: the percentage of U.S. babies sleeping with parents or another child more than doubled since the early 1990s, despite public health messages linking the practice with sudden infant death syndrome.

Tenor Alagna and soprano Kurzak having a baby

09/30/2013 3:14pm
Tenor Roberto Alagna and soprano Aleksandra Kurzak have something to sing about: They're having a baby.

Saint Laurent, Elie Saab are saleable, predictable

09/30/2013 5:32pm
It's a tricky balancing act for Paris fashion designers to express their individuality and still bear witness to the trends.

NPR commentator Dan Zevin wins Thurber humor prize

09/30/2013 6:31pm
The judges have made it official: Essayist and NPR commentator Dan Zevin is funny.

Veteran Hollywood producer A.C. Lyles dies

09/30/2013 6:59pm
A.C. Lyles, who rose from mail boy to producer at Paramount Pictures and became the studio's longest-serving employee during a tenure that lasted more than three-quarters of a century, has died at age 95.

NBC, CNN back out of Hillary Clinton TV projects

09/30/2013 7:34pm
For a couple of months, NBC and CNN had been working on high-profile television projects about Hillary Rodham Clinton. Within a few hours on Monday, both projects were dead.

Anthony Bourdain admits mistake on NM 'Frito pie'

09/30/2013 9:41pm
Insults dished out by food critic Anthony Bourdain on an episode of CNN's "Parts Unknown" have stirred up outrage in New Mexico _ and now he acknowledges that he was wrong.
 
   
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