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And the Oscar goes to ... the economy
The Oscar nominations kick into gear spending on everything from catering to car services, boosting the economy of Los Angeles and beyond.
How to live longer
Why do Hall of Fame inductees, Oscar winners, and Nobel laureates outlive their peers?
Oscars vote deadline is extended
Motion picture academy gives voters more time to navigate new electronic system.
Louisiana film investment could win Oscar gold
Like most states, Louisiana wants to capture some of Hollywood's production business. An Oscar-nominated film from Shreveport may provide the ticket.
How the Grammys and the Oscars are different
It has been reported that actor Sacha Baron Cohen hopes to attend this year's Oscar ceremony dressed in character. Event organizers are so keen on the idea.
Time for the other Oscars
This weekend the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the folks behind the Academy Awards, will hand out the technical Oscars. They may not be as glamorous as the other Oscars, but they're every bit as important to movie making.
Speech! Speech! Charlie Sheen as a commencement speaker?
As I was scrolling through my Facebook news feed this week, I noticed that a large chunk of my college friends had joined a new group -- "Charlie...
Academy Awards ratings down from last year
This final note today, the first and last comment you'll hear on this broadcast about last night's Academy Awards. Somebody here in the office...
Oscar by the numbers: Facts and figures from the Academy Awards
The 83rd annual Academy Awards show blows through Hollywood this weekend and everyone from dress makers, to Facebook, to the movie box-office ind...
MIDDAY UPDATE: State of the Union, cocoa prices, Academy Award nominations
President Barack Obama is expected to discuss the economy, unemployment, and the deficit in tonight's State of the Union address. But Senator Jeff...