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"The World's End," with its stars tearing the heads and limbs off zombielike creatures in a desperate bid to survive long enough to make it to all 12 stops on a planned pub crawl, might look like a typical late-summer popcorn flick. But it turns out to be a shot against the nanny state.
Former heavyweight boxing champ Mike Tyson made some stunning revelations about his ongoing drug and alcohol addiction during a press conference Friday.
If you had a say in the matter, how would you deal with the end times?
Earlier this month, a working group tasked by Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus presented a sweeping, 98-page report for party reform after last November's electoral rout. Among the many important items the "Growth and Opportunity Project" report recommends is a $10 million plan to broaden the party's appeal to minorities.
Dave Bry is a professional apologizer, first in a Dear (Person He's Wronged) column online and now a letter-by-letter memoir of messing up and making amends.
If you ever wanted to attend an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in a bar, make room on your calendar any Thursday evening and go see the very funny one-man show "This Too Shall Suck."
Craig Karpel is a recovering addict. He says so himself. His addiction is to Barack Obama, and his recovery inspires him to write a book. He offers a 12-step program, patterned after the program that has rescued thousands of town drunks.
A contrite former model married to actor Daniel Baldwin promised a judge on Wednesday that she would begin Alcoholics Anonymous meetings as soon as she finishes a 10-day sentence for violating probation on a drunken driving conviction.
Raymond Carver's fiction has a placeless, uprooted feel. While his stories are unmistakably American, there is a sense that the characters that dwell within them lack any personal ties to their surroundings. By contrast, "Everything Must Go," based on a story by Mr. Carver, relies on the dry, forgiving desert climate of Phoenix for its very plausibility.