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  1. Those Glamorous '60s

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    HOLLYWOOD STYLE: How two TV costume designers re-created the iconic looks of Pan Am and the Playboy Club.Read more

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  2. Singles for Kindles

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    BOOK REVIEWS: E-book singles did not exist a year ago, but now they are attracting lots of attention from publishers and readers.Read more

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  3. Hot Man Bags For Fall

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    HOLLYWOOD STYLE: These new styles will carry you from the studio lot to your next stop on the film-fest circuit.Read more

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  4. Why Podcasts Are Comedy's Second Coming

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    THE BUSINESS: While still in its infancy, the medium has brought new life to comics from stand-up and radio. But will profits follow?Read more

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  5. Can 'Starchitecture' Change the Busan Film Festival?

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    Organizers hope a daring new Cinema Center in the Korean city will dazzle festgoers arriving for one of Asia's most important film events.Read more

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  6. Baseball's Oscar Slump

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    THE RACE: Can "Moneyball" hit it out of the park despite the Academy's record of ignoring the great American pastime?Read more

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  7. Midnight Vultures

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    THE BUSINESS: An alleged scam involving a high-ranking exec at Viacom and the "Girls Gone Wild" franchise has opened a window into the strange world of direct-response advertising that cable TV needs (but doesn't love).Read more

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  8. 8 Decades of The Hollywood Reporter

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    In 1968, Roman Polanski wed actress Sharon Tate.Read more

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  9. L.A.'s Big Art Moment

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    HOLLYWOOD STYLE: The museum extravaganza Pacific Standard Time, supported by the likes of Will Ferrell and Jerry Bruckheimer, puts SoCal art and design in the limelight.Read more

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  10. Russia's Small-Screen Makeover

    6:00 am 9/27/2011

    MIPCOM 2011: Obsessed with the Internet and social networking, young Russian viewers are abandoning TV. Now, local broadcasters look to lure them back with edgy content -- but is it too late?Read more

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