Alonso Duralde: How Roger Ebert Influenced My Life 6 weeks ago
I don’t remember the first time I watched Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel review movies on their groundbreaking PBS series “Sneak...
By Alonso Duralde
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Sylvester Stallone asks media to end speculation about cause of son's death and respect his family's privacy
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Drudge Report founder leads his site with tribute to his former colleague Breitbart, who died at 43
CEO Bob Beitcher says the organization exists to "take care of our own"
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The music awards will salute Whitney Houston in a "respectful" performance by Hudson
The North Korean dictator is shown posing for holiday cards on promos for the sitcom's sixth season
The statute of limitations has run out on everything but murder, which would be close to impossible to prove, say legal experts
President Obama says Libyan rebel forces state that the 69-year-old dictator is dead (Updated)
Google and Samsung have postponed an event scheduled for next week out of respect for the late Apple co-founder
Analysts think that the corporate culture the tech visionary built will remain in place
But doesn't say how: "He dies because he is no longer living"
A judge has ruled that there is no need for jurors in the upcoming manslaughter trial to view raw footage from "This Is It"
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