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On Valentine's Day, a young woman wearing a button-down shirt, bicycle shorts and a Soviet-era Budenovka hat, along with an adhesive mustache, stood on the stage of the Bootleg Theater. Her name was Russky Business. Her father's Fabergé egg had been...
For most directors, there is usually one moment in their film that brings it all together while they are shooting — or sometimes before production has even started — one scene that unlocks key relationships among the characters or clicks so...
Tony Curtis was a strikingly handsome 23-year-old native New Yorker playing the lead in an off-Broadway production of "Golden Boy" in 1948 when he was spotted by a Universal Pictures talent scout. Sent west for a screen test, he signed a seven-year...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersSEE CORRECTION APPENDED --- START OF CORRECTION --- For The Record Los Angeles Times Thursday, January 03, 2008 Home Edition Main News Part A Page 2 National Desk 1 inches; 51 words Type of Material: Correction China float: An article and photo caption...
This time of year, between last-minute supplications for restaurant reservations and timely flower deliveries, you might be tempted to grumble over a holiday whose popularity comes and goes. Back in 1910, The Times editorial board worried that the...
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceMaine Gov. Paul LePage's administration is actively courting gunmakers and ammunition manufacturers to relocate to that state, focusing on companies that have threatened to leave states that have passed new gun control measures. In an op-ed column for...
Tags: Sales, Weaponry, Gun Control, Business, Paul LePage
The Hartford CourantLast fall, residents of Newtown were having a debate that could have taken place almost anywhere in America. It was an argument over guns. The issue was fairly simple: Should amateur shooting ranges be subject to inspection and approval by the police...
For once, the Collaboraction Theatre Company has justified its name. "Crime Scene: A Chicago Anthology," far and away the best Collaboraction show I've seen these past 14 years, is indeed a call for collaborative action. The ensemble piece, which...
With Valentine's Day still fresh in our minds, thoughts naturally turn to retired Army Gen. John T. Thompson of Newport, Ky., who helped give America one of its most vivid memories of that holiday. After serving in two wars, Thompson saw a need for a...
Billy Wilder was a lover of words, and a writer above all else. He said many times in interviews that his move into the director's chair was simply to protect his scripts. Wilder cared deeply about the language, rhythm and timing he spent months...
Pittsburgh Post-GazettePITTSBURGH (AP) — Of all the heartbreaking images from Friday's massacre at a Connecticut elementary school, one in particular gripped Alice Del Vecchio, an assistant professor at Slippery Rock University. It was that of a grieving father,...
Chicago Tribune reportersThere's a lot of crossfire about guns these days. The Obama administration is under siege over Fast and Furious, a federal sting operation that allowed firearms to go to Mexican drug traffickers and was linked to the slaying of a Border Patrol agent....
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