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Arianna Huffington to Appear at the Traveler’s Bookcase Tonight

Back when we did a weekly listings post, we paid attention to author appearance information a little more closely. But this one seems pretty cool — and it’s from one of our favorite bookstores, so we decided to pimp it:

Arianna Huffington will appear at the Traveler’s Bookcase tonight at 7:30 p.m.

She will read from, discuss and sign her latest book:
Right Is Wrong: How the Lunatic Fringe Hijacked America

Space is limited, so RSVP to travelersbookcase@gmail.com

Or, you could just watch her on Leno.

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LAT In 90 Seconds

34235429-12132308.jpgSwoony Todd: As if we needed to be convinced to see a Johnny Depp film, here is a positivelyglowing review of Sweeney Todd. A taste: “In Depp’s portrayal, tones are held but without adornment. The vocal gruffness and hard-rock diction gave new, more immediate power to the lines.” We’re there.

34318525.jpgStrike … Two: The Oscars might not be able to show any film clips and no one will be writing the script for The Golden Globes, but Leno and O’Brien are returning to the air on Jan. 2, deal or none.

droolingmoron.jpegLow Blood Pressure? Try reading the message boards on the LAT site about the WGA strike. No matter what side you’re on, you have to admit that the human race is maddeningly, consistently, disappointingly stupid.

Who’s A WGA Strike Winner? Gimme An E!

150.kardashians.logo.101907.jpg Well, we guess there’s a benefit to putting all your eggs in Kim Kardashian’s ass after all.

As the writers’ strike simmers, the network that boasts virtually no writers (nope, that 11-year-old on a stripper pole thing was not scripted), is expected to get a few more viewers, or so says Broadcasting and Cable:

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