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  • 'Maybe I'm just me'

    'Maybe I'm just me'
    Twenty years ago, Linda Hamilton thrilled female audience members when her character emerged in the movie “Terminator 2,” doing amazing pull ups with a clearly defined muscular physique, never seen on a woman in a blockbuster movie before. Dallas Malloy, then 14, was impressed and began lifting weights the day after seeing the film.
  • A close-up look at haute cuisine

    A close-up look at haute cuisine
    Food has become a spectator sport these days. Television has given us a smorgasbord of shows, from “Top Chefs” to “MasterChefs.” For those who like their food with a spicy side of loud and aggressive, the new documentary, “El...

    A film as warm and fuzzy as Elmo

    A film as warm and fuzzy as Elmo
    I must admit I never paid much attention to Elmo, the red furry “Sesame Street” character. I preferred my muppets more feral, and with attitude, like Animal, Cookie Monster or Oscar the Grouch. They always seemed more interesting than the...

    DVD Review: Another brilliant shade of 'Blue Velvet'

    Count me among those who consider David Lynch's “Blue Velvet” to be the greatest American film of the 1980s. (Sorry, “Raging Bull,” better luck next time.) There was a passable DVD release in 2000 and a much better “Special...

    Living like Superman

    Living like Superman
    Superheroes have always intrigued Scott Cranford, who spent much of his boyhood drawing them, nearly certain he’d grow up to join their ranks. Born in Burbank, Cranford lived in Connecticut from age 4 until he was a senior in high school, when he...