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NEWS AND OPINION

By Randy LoBasso

Election 2012: Stalking Mitt Romney, Part II

As we now know, Romney was declared the winner of the debate by, who else, the pundit class. We also know that the Republican repeated several falsehoods, changed his previous positions, accused Obama and his running mate of making myriad bad decisions, and was never called out by the president for any of it. But that didn’t matter.

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SCREEN

By Sean Burns

"Middle of Nowhere" Follows People Trying to Muddle Through Their Broken Lives

Ruby takes the bus two hours each way to visit her husband every week at the penitentiary. The first clues that we’re seeing something special come from the friendships she forges on these endless rides. There’s an easy rapport amongst these semi-widows, and we are not used to watching movies about people in such circumstances.

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SCREEN

By Matt Prigge

"The Paperboy" Gets Major Actors to Do Some Pretty Sleazy Things

Few, alas, knew that when Daniels unleashed onto Cannes The Paperboy, it would deservedly morph from all-star prospective awards-gobbler to social media joke magnet, with the webiverse exploding at the thought of Nicole Kidman enthusiastically micturating upon Zac Efron.

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Letters to the Editor

Great choice for a basic recipe that still appeals to cooks. It’s funny how people often cite cost as a reason they don’t cook, when the packaged versions usually cost exponentially more than homemade versions of good, simple things.

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Posted Oct. 10, 2012 | Comments: 1