He was a desert anarchist in a Cadillac convertible, an eloquent curmudgeon, practicing monkey wrencher, self-described “earthiest,” government lambaster, contradictory detractor and a bit of a...
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NEW YORK – Alec Baldwin is writing a memoir, and, yes, it will be candid.
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Film & TV
When the Oscar nominations were announced last week, there was no best actress nod for a popular actress’ portrayal of a deeply depressed woman who...
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