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    1. In "Dictators' Dinners: A Bad Taste Guide to Entertaining Tyrants," Victoria Clark and Melissa Scott offer astonishing insights into dictators' table manners, food vices, and fears of poisonings.

    2. Jonathan Demme, the Oscar-winning director of Philadelphia and The Silence of the Lambs and the filmmaker who revolutionized concert movies with his 1984 Talking Heads movie Stop Making Sense ...

    3. Ten of the world’s leading human rights organizations, including Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, have chosen three human rights defenders from Cambodia, El Salvador and ...

    4. Demme followed that with The ... and Best Actress for Jodie Foster — even though the studio didn’t have a ton of money to spend on a campaign and horror almost always is overlooked by ...

    5. Donuts — and opportunity — drew husband and wife Thai Touch and Amy Sok to Clovis. Touch’s uncle wanted to retire from running Judy’s Donuts at Willow and Nees avenues. Touch and Sok put in ...

    6. Henry Chung, Hunanese culinary pioneer, dies at 99

      San Francisco Chronicle4 days ago

      And Henry Chung decided that since banks in America would loan him the money, he’d buy his own properties from then on out. In 1982, after diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic ...

    7. KUALA LUMPUR: A novelist is suing actress and film producer Datuk Norzilah Abdul Jalil, better known as Ziela Jalil, for defamation over remarks on social media.

    8. Age is nothing but a number for the 'Scarface' star.

    9. Historically, overseas factories have been reluctant to invest the money and labor required to produce smaller batches of high-fashion product. But a company using a vertical model has ...

    10. The most memorable thing that came out of the 1959 movie, A Hole in the Head, was its 1960 Oscar-winning song, "High Hopes," sung by Frank Sinatra. The song was intended as a metaphor for the ...

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