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Kelli Pryor

The director bounces back from a failed project with a story close to home
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The country lawyer turned best selling author tells us about life, love, and turning his legal stories into thirllers
The rising ''Gas Food Lodging'' actress takes on the heavy role as Charles Starkweather's girlfriend in the ABC movie
The author's novel ''Like Water for Chocolate'' has become a sensation in the states
A glimpse at the film created by the ''Driving Miss Daisy'' team
The Cleveland native debuts ''Not Just Another Girl From Ohio'' at the Sundance Film Festival
''Boxing Helena'' and ''El Mariachi'' are among the best films at the annual film festival
The 12 heaviest hitters in entertainment, from the cast of ''SNL'' to Clint Eastwood
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The author of the best-selling ''Tales of the City'' takes a look at the dark side of Hollywood
''Griffin & Sabine'' and ''Sabine's Notebook'' are unlikely best-sellers
Sensual prose fills the Czech novelist's ''Truck Stop Rainbows''
At 84, the legendary baseball-broadcaster has passed away
Dan Quale whips up publicity for Gore's ''Earth in the Balance''
Bantam releases two covers of ''It Doesn't Take a Hero''
The NBC drama may be TV's best show, but can it find the audience it deserves?
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Is Bible publisher Thomas Nelson cashing in on the ''Little House'' series?
The hottest spot in country music is in the heart of the Ozarks
Michael Barton is concerned with preserving magazines, posters, records, and more
Andrew Shapiro's new book lists the areas where the U.S. is first
Drew Barrymore and Sara Gilbert have a shocking scene in their new movie
EW talks with the writer of ''Cowboys Are My Weakness''
Designer Chipp Kidd finds inspiration at home in Shillington, Pa.
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Kelli Pryor loved ''thirtysomething'' when it aired on ABC and thanks to Lifetime is addicted all over again
The publishing house launches One World, an imprint to provide a window into different worlds
Does ''Fried Green Tomatoes'' duck its lesbian content?