Nora Ephron, an essayist and humorist in the Dorothy Parker mold who became one of her era’s most successful screenwriters and filmmakers, making romantic comedy hits like Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally…, died Tuesday night in Manhattan. She was 71.
David Hudson collects remembrances.
James Joyce’s chance encounters.
Chuck Norris wants the Boy Scouts to stay anti-gay.
New polls show Obama leading Romney in swing states.
Kevin B. Lee on Matt Porterfield and the art of the question.
Movie investors sue over “one of the greatest box office flops of all time.”
Having your coffee and enjoying it too.
The video for Lana Del Rey’s “National Anthem”:
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