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Zap2It.comThings are never boring in the complex, profane Western world of "Deadwood," especially where money is concerned. After weeks of what looked like public negotiating among series creator David Milch, studio Paramount and HBO -- for a while, it look like...
Zap2It.comA storyline on "Veronica Mars" this season will have a trustee of Hearst College, the university Veronica now attends, going missing on the eve of a crucial trustees' meeting about the school's future. Who better, then, to play the part than real-life...
Special to the Chicago TribuneNEW YORK–It was 1863. In Pennsylvania, the ground at Gettysburg was still warm with the tragic remains of battle. In rough parts of Manhattan, rival gangs were taking time out from their own turf wars to battle police over Lincoln's orders to draft...
KSWB-TV is pleased to announce the hiring of Ms. Kathleen Bade as the weeknight anchor for the station's new "Fox 5 News at Ten". Set to debut on August 1, 2008, "Fox 5 News at Ten" will be a 1-hour local newscast covering all of San Diego and produced...
Sun-SentinelLooking for a little bit of old, touristy tropical South Florida? Here are some of the best places to visit, from drive-by lions to bicycle-riding parrots. 1. Lion Country Safari -- SR 80 (Southern Boulevard), 15 miles west of West Palm Beach; 561-793-...
Tribune staff reporterEditor's note: This 2008 article is from the Tribune's archives. Larry Gelbart died Friday, September 11. He was 81. Larry Gelbart spent the first 15 years of his life on Chicago's mostly Jewish West Side, now the North Lawndale district. The family...
Knight Ridder-TribuneThe clouds overhead threatened rain more than snow. And the blanket underneath was on the mushy side, not the powder we had been anticipating. Still, the boys were pumped. And so was their dad. We had just skied an Olympic run. So what if it was a green,...
Tags: Jump Skiing, Snowboarding, Multi-Sport Events, Luge, Ski Jumping
Tribune arts reporterRuined after a seemingly violent sexual encounter with a starlet in 1921, the silent-movie actor Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle often crops up when someone wants juicy historical context for the self-destructing celebrity of the day. The rotund "ground zero"...
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER3½ stars (out of 4) Without getting too inside newsroom, the spate of gruesome beheadings in Iraq has stirred up a media debate: How much should we show? And in putting the beheadings on the front page of the paper, the top of the evening news or...
Tags: Crimes, Movies, Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, Family
Times Staff WriterIt has become The Question: "Are you going?" Going to the opening of the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Going to one, two or all three of the galas that will launch the $274-million ode to culture. "All you have to do is drop a big name and they're coming,"...
Tags: Charity, Nancy Reagan, Buzz Aldrin, Eli Broad, Roger M. Mahony
Tribune staff reporterAfter touring, elbowing and overeating your way through a two-week run of Italy, is it possible to end the crazy-fun madness with a few days of peace and sanity before getting back on that darned airplane? There is, if you're in Northern Italy. And the...
Tribune staff reporterDinner at John's Grill on Ellis Street. Dashiell Hammett occasionally tipped a few here. In "The Maltese Falcon," which Hammett famously wrote, Sam Spade ordered chops, baked potato and sliced tomatoes at John's Grill. I order chops, baked potato, sliced...
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