Australia’s Path Bends Away From U.S. By RAYMOND BONNER Published: November 26, 2007 The defeat of John Howard, Australia’s prime minister, will bring changes in Australia’s foreign policy that will be felt in Washington.
Australian Premier, an Ally of Bush, Is Defeated By TIM JOHNSTON Published: November 25, 2007 Prime Minister John Howard, one of President Bush’s staunchest allies in Asia, suffered a resounding loss after 11 years in power.
Something Creepy This Way Creeps, and It Spells Bad News Published: November 21, 2007 Stephen King’s The Mist
For All the Rock in China By BEN SISARIO Published: November 25, 2007 With the Western market in a downturn, more performers look East.
Hard to Be an Audiophile in an iPod World By ANTHONY TOMMASINI Published: November 25, 2007 As LPs and stereos have given way to CDs and MP3 players, are high-quality systems endangered?
More ‘Sex,’ and the City Is Happy About It By MELENA RYZIK Published: November 25, 2007 Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha are older. New York is wiser. So many challenges for the ‘Sex and the City’ movie.
Loves the Beach, the Planet and Movies By DAVID CARR Published: November 25, 2007 With a new feature and two more on the way, Woody Harrelson is in the midst of a rekindled affair with the movies.
So Odd, but Lately in Classic Fashion By MELENA RYZIK Published: November 25, 2007 After nearly 30 years as an actor, Martha Plimpton has only recently changed her position from indie character actress to classics star.
Woody Talks Review by DAVID KAMP Published: November 18, 2007 Eric Lax’s new book of interviews with Woody Allen, along with recent collections of Allen’s fiction and prose, helps burnish the director’s legacy.
Late Shows Move to Help the Workers Not on Strike By BILL CARTER Published: November 16, 2007 With no end in sight to the writers strike, several hosts of late-night shows have begun taking steps to ensure that their nonwriting staffs receive some portion of their pay.