11 23 2014
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Daniel Craig: The 'Skyfall' Interview

'There is a little pressure in the back of your mind when you've been afforded a chance to make a movie of this stature'

Here, Daniel talks about his third go-round as the secret agent with the proverbial "License to Kill" in Skyfall, a riveting adventure which establishes him as the best 007 since the standard was set by Sean Connery back in the Sixties.


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Naomie Harris: The 'Skyfall' Interview

Actress talks about her latest outing as a Bond girl opposite Daniel Craig as Secret Agent 007 in Skyfall

The accomplished young actress, who is of Jamaican extraction, has already made a name for herself in film, television and theatre, and just completed production on A Long Walk to Freedom, a biopic about Nelson Mandela in which she portrayed his wife, Winnie.


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Author Isabel Wilkerson Comes to Portland for Hatfield Lecture Series in April, 2013

The Oregon Historical Society's Mark O. Hatfield Distinguished Historians Forum celebrates its 15th year

The Oregon Historical Society's Mark O. Hatfield Distinguished Historians Forum for 2013 features Isabel Wilkerson, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of "The Warmth of Other Suns," April 16.

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Video: Yolanda Adams -- the 'How Sweet the Sound' Interview

'I wanted to create a clean, alternative morning show for people of faith'

Ever since her late-Eighties debut, "Just as I Am," Yolanda Adams has triumphantly carried the torch for contemporary gospel and inspirational music via a dozen glorious albums. Stunningly beautiful, exceptionally educated, filled with the spirit and blessed with one of the most powerful voices in any genre of music, this former schoolteacher is a stately beacon of God's light.


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Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. Speaks on Long 'Road to Recovery' from Depression

The nine-term Democrat who represents the south side of Chicago has been away from Congress since May

(CNN) -- Rep. Jesse Jackson spoke out Saturday on the circumstances surrounding his months-long absence from the public eye, saying in a recorded phone call to his Illinois constituents that he has "undergone medical treatment to address several serious health issues."


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