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2009-01-08 10:18:18

The Broadcast Film Critics Association says Hollywood actor Richard Gere is to receive the Joel Siegel Award at its prize presentation. The 14th annual Critics' Choice Awards ceremonies are to take place Thursday at California's Santa Monica Civic Auditorium and will air live on VH1 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The special award Gere is getting pays homage to beloved Good Morning America film critic and BFCA member Joel Siegel, who died of cancer in June 2007. We consider the Joel Siegel Award to be the...

2008-09-28 12:00:25

By MAL VINCENT By Mal Vincent The Virginian-Pilot In brilliant color and widescreen grandeur, Rodanthe is clearly ready for its close-up. The Outer Banks vacation spot and one particular house perched there at ocean's edge dominate the very first scene of "Nights in Rodanthe," the ultra-romantic new movie that arrives in theaters today. That first shot is a panoramic view, not a close-up, but that's what's most appropriate for the Outer Banks, the dunes and seashore just south of...

2008-09-26 21:00:21

By STEPHANIE EVE BOONE You're a sexy woman in your early 40s, your soon-to-be-ex- husband just picked up the kids, and your best friend has asked you to look after her beachfront inn for a long weekend. Only one guest is expected, a man from Raleigh. Who will he be? A pudgy dentist? A crotchety octogenarian? Not in a movie based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. The man who rings the service bell is no less than Richard Gere. Diane Lane and Richard Gere last worked together in 2002's...

2008-09-26 15:00:00

By Michael Janusonis There were sniffles and moist eyes and even wipe-away tears at the end of a screening of the love story Nights in Rodanthe. Based on the best-selling novel by Nicholas Sparks, an author who knows how to pull the emotional strings of women hankering for a good cry, Nights in Rodanthe seems to be the ultimate chick flick ... at least if the chicks happen to be middle aged or beyond. Near the end of the film, Diane Lane gets to pull out all the stops in a long, teary...

2008-09-15 06:00:26

EMI Music Publishing has signed a global co-publishing deal with Norwegian songwriter and producer Mikkel Eriksen. The agreement further extends the company's relationship with the multi-award winning Stargate production team responsible for worldwide hits by artists including Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Jordin Sparks and Beyonce. Eriksen joins his Stargate partner Tor Erik Hermansen on the EMI Music Publishing songwriting roster. Hermansen has been represented by EMI since 1999, and this marks the...

2006-05-04 15:45:51

By Clover Hope NEW YORK (Billboard) - R&B singer Rihanna's "SOS" surged 33 places to seize the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Thursday, ending the five-week run of Canadian singer Daniel Powter's "Bad Day," which slipped to No. 2. The giant leap was fueled by the song's new availability for purchase at digital download retailers. Much like Def Jam labelmate Ne-Yo's recent chart-topper, "So Sick," the song was withheld until its accompanying album hit stores....

2006-05-04 13:14:24

By Clover Hope NEW YORK (Billboard) - R&B singer Rihanna's "SOS" surged 33 places to seize the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Thursday, ending the five-week run of Canadian singer Daniel Powter's "Bad Day," which slipped to No. 2. The giant leap was fueled by the song's new availability for purchase at digital download retailers. Much like Def Jam labelmate Ne-Yo's recent chart-topper, "So Sick," the song was withheld until its accompanying album hit stores....


Word of the Day
monteith
  • A large punch-bowl of the eighteenth century, usually of silver and with a movable rim, and decorated with flutings and a scalloped edge. It was also used for cooling and carrying wine-glasses.
  • A kind of cotton handkerchief having white spots on a colored ground, the spots being produced by a chemical which discharges the color.
This word is possibly named after Monteith (Monteigh), 'an eccentric 17th-century Scotsman who wore a cloak scalloped at the hem.'
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