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Yesterday’s Season Four finale of “Lost” was a fantastic reminder of how the theme of miracles and destiny will always be a part of the show’s mythology. When Jack and Locke began arguing outside “The Orchid” about whether miracles existed […]

Do you spend Friday afternoons wondering where the week went and simultaneously trying to make plans for the weekend? You’re not the only one. Beliefnet’s handy entertainment calendar gives you the scoop on the weekend’s best new movies, TV shows, […]

Talk about getting in late on a hot trend. Celebrities from George Clooney to Rosie O’Donnell have had their own websites or blogs for a long time now, but Tom Cruise has only just this past week launched his own […]

“Year after year, twenty-something women come to New York City in search of the two Ls: labels and love. Twenty years ago, I was one of them,” Carrie Bradshaw says in the May 30 theatrical release “Sex and The City.” […]

Advertising is a tricky business, and apparently wearing the wrong scarf can send the message that “This company tolerates and supports terrorist organizations!” Sounds crazy? That’s because it is, as exemplified by the Dunkin’ Donuts recent pulling of an advertisement […]

You may remember Chris Sligh as that guy with the super curly hair from “American Idol” Season 6, who made it to the finals. Now, he’s trying to make a name for himself as a Christian rocker (you can read […]

Summertime has become a time for me to catch up on TV series I haven’t had time to watch during the rest of the year, or, in some instances, foreign TV series that I have never even heard of, or […]

My love of Sam Phillips’s music is unabashedly deep and goes back many years. I have listened to her distinctive voice since I was a little girl, when she went by the name Leslie Phillips and was busy fighting the […]

After several years off, the “Sex and the City” crew is back and better than ever. In this behind-the-scenes featurette, you’ll get the inside scoop on the cast, the clothes, and the characters you know and love. embedVideo(1577898357);

Former Harvard neuroscientist, Jill Bolte Taylor has taken a strange path on the road to enlightenment—and not one that most of us would want to follow—it was while she was having a stroke that she reached nirvana. Now she’s written […]

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