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firstname.lastname@example.orgAntonio Mendez has been busy recently with a recent appearance with Ben Affleck on “Good Morning America,” a Fox News crew coming to his home in southern Washington County and a soon to be published feature article in The Washington Post....
Associated PressDespite Republican misgivings, President Barack Obama announced Monday he will nominate former GOP Sen. Chuck Hagel as his next defense secretary, calling him “the leader our troops deserve.” He also chose White House counterterrorism...
Associated PressSteven Spielberg’s Civil War epic “Lincoln” led the Golden Globes on Thursday with seven nominations, among them best drama, best director for Spielberg and acting honors for Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones. Tied for...
When I was a kid, everyone I knew in school wanted to go into the CIA. Now I know why. I say CIA, but it would be more accurate to say that we all wanted to be spies. I’m not sure we made the connection between the CIA and spying when we were boys,...
email@example.comRobert Anders of Silver Spring, Md., still has the business card from when he was someone else 32 years ago — Robert L. Baker, production manager, Studio Six Productions of Los Angeles. It was part of a ruse created by then-CIA agent Tony Mendez....
Special to The Herald-MailIt's hard to believe that it wasn't so long ago that Ben Affleck's career was a joke. After his early success with "Good Will Hunting," he went on to become an increasingly bland leading man that critics seemed to enjoy picking apart. He was also a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAntonio “Tony” Mendez’s experience as a CIA spy during the Iran hostage crisis of 1979, and subsequent years, is the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters. It’s a nail-biting story filled with harrowing moments of high-stakes...
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email@example.comThese gals were wiley. They transported secret notes in hollowed-out loaves of bread, in cored apples and in eggs with the yolks blown out. They used petticoat pockets, which typically toted diapers or a thread and needle, for stashing tobacco, medicine...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA movie about a bold 1980 rescue of six Americans trapped in Iran is scheduled to be released Sept. 14, 2012, with Ben Affleck portraying retired CIA spy Tony Mendez, who lives in Washington County. The Herald-Mail reported in 2007 that Smoke House,...
Special to The Herald-MailLast week I wondered if we really needed "Sherlock Holmes" at the movies when we already have "House" on TV. This week, I question the necessity of a fourth "Mission Impossible" movie when we already have 22 James Bond movies with a 23rd on its way next...
Special to The Herald-MailIt's hard to believe that "Spy Kids" was once a franchise with a lot of potential. I actually really liked the 2001 original. It had a funny script, the actors had good chemistry, and Alan Cumming was a memorable villain. The first sequel was a...
Tags: Joel McHale, Alan Cumming, Entertainment, Movies, Jeremy Piven
Can you guess what word fits this definition in the fourth edition of Webster's New World College Dictionary? "A person regarded as socially dull, unsophisticated, awkward, etc., specifically as from being preoccupied with schoolwork, an intellectual...
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