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Music Articles

Sandy Denny: A Giant in British Folk Music

British singer and songwriter Sandy Denny played a seminal role of the folk-revolution in the 1960s. From her solo work to songs like "Who Knows Where the Time Goes," recorded with Fairport Convention, Denny was loved for her wistful, honest singing style.

Sandy Denny: A Giant in British Folk Music

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Author Interviews

'Just Another Soldier' Revives a Banned Blog

While serving in Iraq, Army National Guardsman Jason Christopher Hartley kept a blog of his experiences — until his commanders forced him to shut it down. Now back from Iraq, Hartley has incorporated his blog into a new memoir.

'Just Another Soldier' Revives a Banned Blog

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Kayla Williams: 'Love My Rifle More Than You'

Kayla Williams is a former U.S. Army soldier who served in the Middle East as an Arabic interpreter. She recounts her decision to enlist and her experiences during the Iraq war in a new memoir.

Kayla Williams: 'Love My Rifle More Than You'

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Interviews

Mike Wallace, Interviewer: 'You and Me'

TV news veteran Mike Wallace has just published a book about his favorite interviews, titled Between You and Me. He shares behind-the-scenes details from encounters with politicians, celebrities and criminals.

Mike Wallace, Interviewer: 'You and Me'

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Movies

An Agent's Stable of Secretly Gay Stars

Writer Robert Hofler's new book is The Man Who Invented Rock Hudson: The Pretty Boys and Dirty Deals of Henry Willson. Hofler profiles the gay Hollywood agent who was responsible for making the careers of Rock Hudson and Tab Hunter. Hofler is a reporter for Variety.

An Agent's Stable of Secretly Gay Stars

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Arts & Life

Modern Marines and Modern Conflict in 'Jarhead'

Jarhead tells the story of a Marine sniper whose unit is sent to the Middle East for the Iraq conflict of 1991. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal, who narrates the film; Jamie Foxx; and Peter Sarsgaard. It was directed by Sam Mendes, who won an Oscar for American Beauty.

Modern Marines and Modern Conflict in 'Jarhead'

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On Television

'West Wing' Set for Live Debate

On the upcoming live episode of NBC's The West Wing, Congressman Matt Santos (Jimmy Smits) and Senator Arnold Vinick (Alan Alda) will meet in a one-hour presidential debate. Sunday evening, their conflict will be aired live.

'West Wing' Set for Live Debate

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Pop Culture

Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

Mitch Hurwitz is the creator and executive producer of the TV series Arrested Development. The FOX show, which has won critical praise for its irreverently dysfunctional family, airs on Monday nights.

Mitch Hurwitz, Creator of 'Arrested Development'

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Winkler, the Fonz, Resurfaces as a TV Lawyer

Henry Winkler plays a doctor on the new CBS sitcom Out of Practice, which premiered last month and can be seen Mondays at 9:30 p.m. Winkler also spent two seasons playing a lawyer on the TV series Arrested Development.

Winkler, the Fonz, Resurfaces as a TV Lawyer

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