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'It's Complicated': Nancy Meyers' New Movie is Really Annoyingnew

Does Nancy Meyers hate women? The thought ran through my head not very long into It’s Complicated, Meyers’ biennial stocking-stuffer about the romantic trials and tribulations of obscenely privileged and narcissistic Southern Californians.
L.A. Weekly  |  Scott Foundas  |  12-28-2009  |  Reviews

Miami Heat Superstar Dwyane Wade Sure Picked a Dubious Business Partnernew

In 2007, Richard von Houtman and Wade teamed up to create a chain of upscale sports bars and invest in a charter school company. Now von Houtman seems to have a single objective: to disparage one of the National Basketball Association's most popular players.
Miami New Times  |  Gus Garcia-Roberts  |  07-13-2009  |  Crime & Justice

The New Wild West: Talking with Guy Ritchienew

Timing, as you may have heard, is everything. While I would never imply that a married couple would get divorced simply to publicize a movie, it can't hurt the box office potential of Guy Ritchie's new RocknRolla to be mentioned in every one of the far too numerous tabloid stories about his recently announced breakup with his unimonikered wife.
Artvoice  |  M. Faust  |  11-03-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Divorce, Connecticut-Stylenew

Our court battles are long, nasty and expensive. Is there a better way?
New Haven Advocate  |  Daniel D'Ambrosio  |  07-29-2008  |  Culture

A Family Adriftnew

Nothing in Noah Baumbach's filmography suggests he had within him something as treacherously funny and wrenchingly sad as The Squid and the Whale.
SF Weekly  |  Robert Wilonsky  |  10-26-2005  |  Reviews

Through the Danger Zonenew

Kenny Loggins and Jimmy Messina saw the '80s differently. On their reunion tour, the duo finally meets halfway.
Dallas Observer  |  Sarah Hepola  |  09-05-2005  |  Concerts

Al Sharpton Takes a Hypocritical Plungenew

Former Democratic presidential hopeful Al Sharpton helped engineer the demise of his mentor, Jesse Jackson, who had an affair with the executive director of his nonprofit organization and showered her with benefits, even while Sharpton was sending every signal to those around him that he was doing the same.
The Village Voice  |  Wayne Barrett  |  12-07-2004  |  Politics

Requiem for a Murdered Poetnew

Hall Pass was Lorrie Tennant's last poem. She read it aloud at an open mic event at Ginger Bay Cafe in Hollywood, Fla. Later that night she said good-bye to her friends and returned to her home, where her murderer awaited her.
New Times Broward-Palm Beach  |  Jeff Stratton  |  10-13-2004  |  Author Profiles & Interviews

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