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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Brideshead Revisited
Award-winning actor Jeremy Irons ripped into New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, likening his proposed restrictions on cigarettes and soda to a "nanny state."
It is refreshing to encounter this memoir by Michael Lindsay-Hogg. His life was haunted by a specter, and yet he is able - on paper, anyway - to bear it lightly with consummate grace. The specter in question was none other than the overwhelming figure of Orson Welles, who may or may not have been his father.
Thirty years after the PBS presentation of ITV's "Brideshead Revisited," an anniversary edition has been released in a packaged set.
"Mad World" is the perfect title for this sparkling book, a hybrid of family romance, incisive literary criticism and deliciously hot gossip.
NEW YORK -- Julian Jarrold is a sucker for punishment.