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Edwin Newman, known to several generations of television viewers as the dry-witted NBC reporter and commentator who covered coronations and assassinations and wrote two bestselling books on Americans' mangling of the English language, has died. He was 91....
As a professional journalist, I find that when I attend social functions, I am often peppered with questions from members of the public who are eager to learn more about how the "news game" works, questions such as: "You work for a newspaper?" "Hey!...
The best places to shop in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, as selected by our fabulous team of reader-judges. -------------------- Best Full-Service Children's Salon COW LICKS KIDS SALON 19635 State Road 7, Boca Raton 561-488-6100, www....
SouthFlorida.comMIAMI -- How can a fair possibly be fun without a Ferris wheel, cotton candy and unending game booths with stuffed animal prizes for lucky winners? Easily, if it's the Miami Book Fair International, where families will discover a world of culture and fun,...
Tags: Society, Children, Music Theater, Theater, Miami Dade College
Associated PressOnly Ridley Pearson could take a timeless children's tale and deftly turn it into a series of engaging thrillers. But that's what happened when the unlikely duo of Pearson and humorist Dave Barry teamed up to recast the story of Peter Pan as a quasi-...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Death, Murder, Fiction
This is the time of year when we think back to the very first Christmas, when the Three Wise Men - Gaspar, Balthasar and Herb - went to see the baby Jesus, and, according to the Book of Matthew, "presented unto Him gifts; gold, frankincense and myrrh."...
Lyman Hall High School Wallingford Harvard University, Brown, Boston College, Tufts, Providence College SATs: 1440 Southern Connecticut Conference Student-Leader Award; Key Club; Superintendent-Student Award; Governor's Scholar Award semifinalist;...
TIMES STAFF WRITER"Big Trouble" has been in nothing but big trouble. Not for what it is but for a situation it inadvertently found itself enmeshed in that it's now trying to escape. "Big Trouble" is a pleasant diversion, a lightly amusing criminal comedy with a plot so...
Times Staff WriterHere's an off-kilter campaign strategy: Let the 134 other candidates hopelessly split the vote while you coast to victory by capturing one of California's most neglected minorities — the sumo wrestler vote. Kurt "Tachikaze" Rightmyer, a 220-pound...
Tags: Politics, Wrestling, Gray Davis, Al Gore, Elections
Top Authors Set to Participate in 11th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, April 29-30 at UCLANOTE TO EDITORS: Advance registration is required for working media planning to cover the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Registration deadline is April 20. The registration form and directions are posted online at http://www.latimes.com/extras/...
Tags: Society, Larry Flynt, Assault, Frank McCourt, Marlo Thomas
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