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Oscar Contender 'On the Road' Burns the Candle on Both Ends
Early on in Walter Salles and José Rivera's adaptation of the classic 1957 Jack Kerouac novel On the Road , the film's narrator, Sal Paradise, makes clear what drives him on his search across America's highways: The only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, mad
'Mummified' Former Playmate Swerved Between Recluse and Storyteller
Those closest to former actress and Playboy playmate Yvette Vickers say she led a dual life: one as a private recluse hidden away in her Los Angeles neighborhood, and another as a vivid storyteller who charmed audiences at film festivals and kept in touch with her fans years after her star had
Spike vs. Clint
You might be forgiven if these days Spike Lee is reminding you of "Buggin Out" -- the character played by Giancarlo Esposito in Lee's "Do The Right Thing," who famously inquired of Danny Aiello's "Sal" about why there weren't any...
Spike Strikes Back: Clint's 'an Angry Old Man'
Lee Lashes Out at Eastwood: 'The Man Is Not My Father and We're Not on a Plantation'
Clint Eastwood Tells Spike Lee to 'Shut His Face'
It takes a certain something to pick a fight with Dirty Harry. Apparently, Spike Lee has it. At the Cannes Film Festival in May, Lee, whose next film, "Miracle at St. Anna," is about an all-black U.S. division fighting in...
Webcast: Pakistan Elections, Kenya Protests, Icons Who Died in 2007
How the candidates answered this from what's guilty disclosure. and cruelty is going. Well I have the it's obvious some of the great luxuries in life did guilty answers tomorrow. On world news with Charles games into the mind. I'm Owens at ABC news headquarters in new York and we welcome you to the
Rob Thomas Answers Your Questions
Singer Is Currently Promoting His First Solo Album, but Plans to Get Back With Matchbox Twenty
In Memoriam -- May to August 2005
A look at some of the notable people who passed on this week. Aug. 28, 2005 Robert Moog , 71 -- Electronic music innovator whose synthesizers were bought by the Beatles and The Rolling Stones. "When these sorts of sounds were first being heard by the general public, people were freaking out." Brock
Jazz Artifacts -- Feb. 20, 2005
A weekly feature on This Week . Voices/Images We begin The List with the jazz auction of all time. The gavel comes down in Manhattan today, and bids could hit a million dollars for Charlie Parker's sax, Dizzy Gillespie's trumpet or Benny Goodman's clarinet. Musician Branford Marsalis is our voice.
Person of the Week: Simmie Knox
Celebrated artist Simmie Knox earned his place in history this week as he became the first black artist to paint an official presidential portrait. His oil painting of former President Bill Clinton was unveiled Monday during a ceremony at the White House. "I thank Simmie Knox for giving Hillary and