Quick million for new Dan Brown book

Dan Brown does it again, on paper and on the screen. Doubleday announced Wednesday that “The Lost Symbol,” Brown’s first novel since “The Da Vinci Code,” has already sold more than 1 million copies after being on sale for one day in the United States, Canada and Britain. That total includes preorders for the book, […]

Insider Secrets to Get Your Resume Read

It’s becoming harder than ever to get your resume read by a real person. “HR people are drowning in resumes, and despite their best intentions, many can’t keep up,” says executive recruiter Mike Travis. Help your resume win the attention it deserves by following these up-to-date tips from industry insiders. * “Keep it shorter, tighter, […]

CHIANTI CLASSICO Riserva DOCG

CHIANTI CLASSICO Riserva DOCG – Estate Bottled and Grown Blend: Traditional Chianti vinification method of Sangiovese, Canaiolo, and Trebbiano and Malvasia del Chianti all hand selected from estate vineyards. Vintage: 2005 Oaked: Matured in large and small oak casks for at least 24 months and further refinement in the bottle for three months. Recommended decanting for 1/2 hour […]

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

Live-action adaptation of Jeff Kinney’s illustrated novel about a wise-cracking sixth grade student. To Greg Heffley, middle school is the dumbest idea ever invented. It’s a place rigged with hundreds of social landmines, not the least of which are morons, wedgies, swirlies, bullies, lunchtime banishment to the cafeteria floor – and a festering piece of […]

EPISODE 102 “Allen”

Airdate: 2005-08-29 In the yard, Michael and Westmoreland square off in a game of checkers. Michael’s intelligent play earns praise from Westmoreland. Michael hints to Westmoreland about his plan to escape. Westmoreland chuckles, “Three days inside and he’s already thinking about turning rabbit.” Westmoreland tells Michael that there are more immediate pressures to worry about; […]

Underpaid Celebrities and Other High-Profile People

People often assume that high-profile careers come with big paychecks. In reality, jobs with lots of visibility don’t always pay as much as you might think. “Glamour, for all it is worth, may not be worth very much financially,” says Lori Gersh Weiner, career expert and the author of “Good Manners Are Contagious.” Here are […]

F-35 Program

Gates Tries to Get F-35 Program Back on Course The Joint Strike Fighter was supposed to be the program that broke the mold, proof that the Pentagon could build something affordable, dependable and without much drama. But rather than being the Chevrolet of the skies, as it was once billed, the fighter plane, also called […]

EPISODE 208 “Dead Fall”

Airdate: 2006-10-22 Sucre keeps the gun trained on Michael, T-Bag and C-Note. Michael pleads with him but Sucre doesn’t care, “This is about business. Five million dollars worth of business.” Michael hangs his head and tries to stall Sucre, but Sucre demands the bag. C-Note tells Sucre that he’s out numbered, Sucre tells them he’ll […]

Prison Break Season 1 Episode Guide

Season 1 Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot Original Air Date—29 August 2005 Michael Scofield is imprisoned in Fox River State Penitentiary. He finds his brother, Lincoln Burrows, who is a death row prisoner, and tells him that he is going to break them both out of the prison. Season 1, Episode 2: Allen Original Air […]