Donna Karan is leaving women on their own — to fend for themselves in a fashion industry that all too often does not have their best interest at heart.
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Texomaland’s patriotic, fun-loving spirit will be flying high with lots of great family-oriented activities this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Whether you’re into mind-blowing light shows, kicked-back country music, jaw-dropping horsepower, scrumptious barbecue or hands-on history, it’s all right here this weekend. All they need to be complete is you!
CARDEROCK, Md. _ The sleek black mini-submarine accelerated through the water as the two pilots crammed inside pedaled hard, spinning the rear propeller faster and faster.
MENLO PARK, Calif. — Hidden behind drab doors in a valley that celebrates all that is new, bright and beautiful is a scientific treasure: proof of what the Earth is made of, how it became what it is — and where it might be going.
Jack Carter, whose deft mimicry, rapid-fire wisecracks, and manic storytelling energies made him a comedy star in television’s infancy and helped sustain a show business career that extended through eight decades, died June 28 at his home in Beverly Hills. He was 93.
LOS ANGELES — At the end of a busy day, Frances Kroll Ring, then in her early 20s, wrote a jokey note to her boss: “I squeezed the oranges, boiled the coffee, laid the eggs, typed the story, put out the cat, started the dogs howling and I’m off to the city. Hope you have a good night’s rest.”
“Scream,” the metafictional slasher-movie franchise, has made its way to television, where it premieres as a series on MTV. If you’re going to make a TV show about murdering teenagers, that does somehow seem the likely place.
“Magic Mike XXL” comes up a little short compared to the original, director Steven Soderbergh’s blithe and bonny Channing Tatum showcase inspired by Tatum’s salad days as a male stripper. This time the jokes are heavier, more on-the-nose, though a surprising percentage of them work anyway.
Walter Browne, who dropped out of high school to embark on a legendary career in competitive chess that made him an American champion several times over, died June 24 in Las Vegas. He was 66.