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James Wolk On 'Mad Men': 'Lone Star' Actor Joins AMC Drama For Season 6

<b>Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 6, Episode 1 of AMC's "Mad Men," titled "The Doorway."</b><p>James Wolk is bringing another handsome face to the world of "Mad Men." The star of the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed, TV show "Lone Star" appeared in the "Mad Men" Season 6 premiere …

The Most Overwrought Analyses of Last Night’s ‘Mad Men’ Premiere

<i>Inferno</i> readers will recall that Dante’s innermost circle of hell is not flames, but ice.<p>“It seems weird that the episode would give us a …

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What Mad Men Really Gets Wrong: French Canadians

<b>Mad Men is one of</b> the most fastidiously detailed shows ever made. The wallpaper is researched. The clothes are a model of historical recreation. When they do get something wrong, like using a Dusty Springfield song for a show set six months before the song was released, they are deeply embarrassed …

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Chicago Blackhawks secure playoff spot by beating Predators

The <b>Chicago Blackhawks</b> rallied to beat the <b>Nashville Predators</b> 5-3 on Sunday, to become the first team to clinch a NHL playoff spot this season.<p>Rookie …

'Mad Men' Season 6: Exclusive New Portraits (PHOTOS)

If you're a fan of "Mad Men," then you know that nothing is ever black and white on the critically acclaimed AMC drama.<p>Unfortunately, almost all of the show's super stylish Season 6 portraits have been lacking color ... until now. The Huffington Post has the exclusive first look at brighter, less …

The World's Most Colorful Cities (PHOTOS)

The word pretty isn't often associated with the shantytowns of Rio de Janeiro. But gazing across the hills toward the notorious Santa Maria favela, you might be pleasantly surprised by the burst of colors --the result of a recent social art project launched by Dutch design duo Haas&Hahn.<p>"We chose …