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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - Barry Levinson
A 47-year-old Las Vegas attorney has pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy, tax evasion and wire fraud charges in an ongoing case involving a broad scheme to steer condominium homeowner association business to favored businesses.
Barry Levinson, director of such modern American classics as "Diner," "The Natural" and "Rain Man," makes a surprising venture into the horror realm this week with "The Bay," an unnerving fright fest about a coastal July 4 celebration that goes horribly wrong.
Barry Levinson is returning to the diner.
Baltimore boy Barry Levinson likes telling insider stories, whether about his beloved hometown or one of the most notorious crime families in America.
"Rain Man" director Barry Levinson has signed on to tell a big-screen story about the John Gotti crime family.
Barry Levinson, who wrote and directed the 1982 film, adapted it into the new musical.
This last Baltimore installment would focus on a period of great change in American culture, set among the "last group to come through the diner" around 1967, Levinson said.