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Could DeMarco Murray's injury help Tony Romo's MVP case?

IRVING, Texas – Earlier in the week assembled reporters from NFL Nation and NFL Insiders to discuss the NFL’s Most Valuable Player award. The focus was on Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, J.J. Watt and, yes, DallasShow More Summary

Audra McDonald to star in 'Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill' on HBO

Six-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald will bring her acclaimed portrayal of Billie Holiday in the Broadway smash “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill” to HBO,

Marcus Mariota Wins Heisman Trophy in Dramatic Ceremony

Journalists, former winners, and the public joined to vote Marcus Mariota the 80th winner of the Heisman Trophy on Saturday night. He becomes the fifth straight quarterback to win the award and the first Hawaiian. Flanked by Tony Dorsett,...Show More Summary

Australian prime minister causes literary prize uproar

They call it the Prime Minister's Literary Award, so it makes sense that Australia's prime minister gets to have a say in it. However, when Prime Minister Tony Abbott decided to have a hand in the final fiction decision this week, it caused an uproar.

GQ Editor reveals that Tony Blair was awarded gong for services to Wendi Deng

To Quaglino’s for the GQ Christmas lunch, where editor Dylan Jones was in a revelatory mood. Lifting the lid on his magazine’s controversial decision to award Tony Blair the Philanthropist… Continue reading The post GQ Editor reveals that Tony Blair was awarded gong for services to Wendi Deng appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Book News: Australian Prime Minister's 'Nasty' Move Sparks Lit-Prize Furor

last weekNews : The Two-Way

Tony Abbott reportedly overruled a panel judging the country's top fiction award, picking Richard Flanagan to share the prize. And one judge — famed poet Les Murray — isn't happy.

Can Anna Kendrick Single-Handedly Save the Movie Musical?

Anna Kendrick started early. The actress of both stage and screen earned her first Tony nomination at the tender age of 12 (for her turn in High Society), which she followed up five years later with an Independent Spirit Award nomination...Show More Summary

The Last Five Years Trailer Released, Anna Kendrick Is Belting The High Notes [Watch]

Oh, Anna Kendrick is in another film where she is singing? Some people may not be aware of Anna Kendrick’s start in Broadway. She is currently the third youngest Tony Award nominee at just 12-years-old for her prominent acting role in the Broadway musical “High Society.” Kendrick, currently steamrolling the singing leads in “Pitch Perfect […]

Darren Criss Bows Down to Kristin Chenoweth at Logo's NewNowNext Awards!

Darren Criss bows down to his former Glee co-star Kristin Chenoweth while presenting her with an award at Logo TV’s 2014 NewNowNext Awards held at the Kimpton Surfcomber Hotel on Tuesday (December 2) in Miami Beach, Fla. The Tony and Emmy-winning actress was presented the New Now Next Forever Award after performing the song “Maybe [...]

Toni Morrison Already Wrote the Best Book of 2015

Toni Morrison doesn't need to write another book. She's published 1o celebrated fiction titles and won nearly every award there is to win as an author (a Nobel, Pulitzer Prize and Presidential Medal of Freedom are among her honors). But, no matter! Toni Morrison is pulling a Toni Morrison—again. Show More Summary

Darren Criss To Host NewNowNext Awards 2014, With Kristin Chenoweth Slated To Perform

"Glee" hunk Darren Criss and Tony Award-winning actress Kristin Chenoweth are just two of the bold-faced names who will take to the stage this Sunday, Dec. 7, as part of Logo's NewNowNext Awards. Criss is slated to host the show, which...Show More Summary

Starz to Explore the Birth of Jazz with a New Series, Storyville

From three-time Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe The post Starz to Explore the Birth of Jazz with a New Series, Storyville appeared first on

Charity Workers Furious at Tony Blair's 'Save the Children' Award

Let us now praise famous men. This line from Ecclesiasticus 44:1 today finds human form in one Anthony Charles Lynton Blair. Last week the former prime minister was presented with something called the Global Legacy Award by the Save the Children charity at their 2nd Annual Illumination Gala in New York. Show More Summary

What is Tony Blair’s ‘global legacy?’

3 weeks agoNews : BlogPost

Last week, Tony Blair, former prime minister of Britain, was in New York to accept the Global Legacy Award from Save the Children, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Ben Affleck and Samantha Power at the high profile Illumination Gala. Read full article >>

Save the Children Staff Call Tony Blair’s Award ‘Morally Reprehensible’

The charity faces major backlash for its decision to give an award to former British prime minister

Student Who Leaked Frances Abbott's School Records Escapes Jail Sentence

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (which sounds rather uncomfortable), you would have heard the uproar spread around the nation when it was revealed that Frances Abbott, daughter of Prime Minister Tony Abbott, was awarded a $60,000 scholarship to a prestigious private design school. Show More Summary

Review: The Rebirth of Broadway’s ‘Side Show’

In 1997, a musical called Side Show based on the true story of Depression-era vaudeville stars and conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton opened on Broadway. While the show would go on to receive four Tony Award nominations (including an unprecedented shared Leading Actress nomination for co-stars Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner), its lukewarm criticalMORE

Mike Nichols, 83: A prolific theater director who could do it all

4 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

From his popular act with Elaine May to his widely lauded directorial efforts on Broadway that netted him multiple Tony Awards, Mike Nichols was a giant of the New York theater scene -- a world he never abandoned despite his success in Hollywood.

8 Great Mike Nichols Movies (and 4 Wonderful Comedy Sketches)

Today the theater, television, and cinema communities are all mourning the loss of Mike Nichols. While his career began onstage with his inimitable comedy partner Elaine May — where he eventually nabbed a staggering eight Tony awards for Best Director — Nichols nonetheless remains most widely known for his movies,... More »

Mike Nichols, 'The Graduate' director and husband of Diane Sawyer, dies

Mike Nichols, a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," "The Graduate" and "Carnal Knowledge," died on Wednesday at age 83, ABC News said.

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