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By Jason Bracelin It's like Christmas in July, and Santa's here to pour a little sugar (and arsenic) in your ears. With the year half over, it's time to take stock of the best of albums of '08 thus far.
By Edna Gundersen HOLLYWOOD -- Call it trippy. Just don't call it trip-hop. Third album Third, Portishead's return after an 11-year hiatus, not only heralds a daring reinvention, it hammers the final nail into the coffin of a genre the U.K. trio popularized but never embraced.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wendy Wasserstein, the Brooklyn-born playwright whose award-winning works chronicled love, motherhood, marriage and complex sibling relations against a backdrop of feminism, has died. She was 55. Wasserstein's play agent Phyllis Wender said she died on Monday.
- An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
- A timorous, cowardly fellow.