Icon of Cuba’s revolution. Symbol of youthful rebellion
It all starts with the wig, Matt Damon says. He was conscious that he was 20 years older than Scott Thorson, the young man with fluffy blond hair whose long affair with ’60s showman Liberace is the subject of Behind the Candelabra.
Michael Douglas “couldn’t be more supportive” of Catherine Zeta-Jones. The actress has bipolar II disorder and yesterday it was confirmed she has checked into a clinic for maintenance treatment
Every few weeks, outside the movie theater in virtually any American town in the late 1910s, stood the life-size cardboard figure of a small tramp–outfitted in tattered, baggy pants, a cutaway coat and vest, impossibly large, worn-out shoes and a battered derby hat–bearing the inscription I AM HERE TODAY.
Trevor Douglas, 54, may soon lose his Orlando house. Sure, Douglas hasn’t paid his mortgage in more than two years, which is what a Bank of America spokesperson tells me “is important to remember.” It is.
In May 2010, Barack Obama invited a small group of presidential historians to the White House for a working supper in the Family Dining Room. It was the second time he’d had the group in since taking office, and as he sat down across the table from his wife Michelle, the President pressed his guests for lessons from his predecessors.
What kind of doctors would agree to intentionally shorten and sterilize a disabled six-year-old girl to make it easier for her parents to take care of her? The question has had message boards steaming for days, but the answers are in no way easy.
Yes, you probably want to see this. Ortega dates the first scenes as April 2009 but leaves it at that.
The incessant banging on the door finally roused Ted Jackson from a deep sleep. He hustled out of bed and rushed to the door
The Vermont House on Thursday passed a same-sex marriage bill by 95-52, which is not enough of a margin to override a veto promised by the governor. The vote came late in the day after five hours of debate before a crowded chamber, said the group Vermont Freedom To Marry, in a posting on its Web site. “It’s a testament to the power of telling our stories,” said Beth Robinson, a spokeswoman for the group