|What you see in the Korean DMZ The closest I came to getting arrested in the DMZ was near a bank of binoculars set up for tourists at the Dora Observatory.|
|Romancing the 747 with delta air Moto, a photographer for a Japanese aviation magazine, is going to miss the 747-400. He still prefers the classic passenger jet when traveling from, say, Narita to Atlanta, even if it’s a longer route through...|
|Looking for Elvis Presley’s jet at Delta Flight Museum You can explore lots more of Delta’s history at the nearby Delta Flight Museum, also located near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Atlanta’s — and the world’s — busiest hu...|
|So you want to be a Filipino billionaire? People love to read success stories. The bestseller lists are crowded with stories of how people became super-rich or achieved other life goals.|
|Spooky encounters of the white kind There are moments in Get Out, Jordan Peele’s runaway horror hit, that give you the creepy crawlies, and they’re not always the ones when an attacker lunges out of the dark.|
|High Hitler What happens when a world leader is wacked out on drugs?|
|Patrick Stewart on playing Prof. X: ‘This is a perfect conclusion’ ‘Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes: that’s what actors do every day. If only our political figures could practice that!’|
|‘Kong: Skull Island’: Bigger, more bananas The age of the Hollywood reboot continues full force with Kong: Skull Island, a thriller that takes us somewhere to the South Pacific for a bit of face-time with the largest Kong to yet hit the big screen.|
|Hugh Jackman hangs up his claws after ‘Logan’ ‘You can’t just say, “Oh, it’s an X-Men movie, people will go.” No. It’s got to be a good one.’|
|‘Logan’: ‘There’s no living with a killing’ Logan, the final chapter of Wolverine featuring Hugh Jackman, might just open up a new alternate dimension for Marvel — one where fans are allowed to grow up. Our hero with the Adamantium claws not only faces...|
|Hugh Jackman hangs up his claws, wows fans at ‘Logan’ premiere It will probably be his last red carpet walk for a character he’s played in nine X-Men features.|
|Bruce Springsteen’s hungry heart You wouldn’t peg Jersey rocker Bruce Springsteen as a candidate for the analyst’s couch. But he goes there a lot, both literally and figuratively, telling his own life story in Born to Run.|
|A tale of two true-life Oscar picks Oscars time is here, and as usual, the Best Film crop includes some gut-wrenching dramas to get you reaching for the Prozac (Manchester By the Sea, Fences, Moonlight, Hell or High Water), along with some Hollywood-fluffing...|
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