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Paris -- The French may rail about Hollywood's global domination, but they have a soft spot in their hearts for vintage American movies, as anyone who watches French television knows. Channel surfing here has given me such pleasures as the 1949 John Ford...
Times Staff WriterNobody writes songs about January in Paris. It's cold and bleak, and the impenetrable rain clouds make 8 a.m. as dark as midnight. It's perfect weather for going to the movies, which is what I do. But I also go to the movies in Paris in April, May and...
"The Evening Star" is Larry McMurtry's 15th published novel. Parts of this book are so good it is breathtaking. The stretches that fall flat--and there are many and they are long--serve in a sense as foils. What are the Rockies without the Great Plains?...
Tags: Psychiatry, Death, Murder, John Nichols, Crime, Law and Justice
Time again for the Get Serious! Spotlight on the News, at it shines our last remaining old 100-watt bulb on the man responsible for that green food coloring in your beer today, the man who puts the "go Bragh" in "Erin": Saint Patrick! "Thanks. It's...
Oh, America and its Westerns! For as long as America has been making itself, it has been just as busy manufacturing its meanings, and Westerns have evolved as the dominant artistic medium in which America has gone about its noble and complicated work....
While it's true that there's only so much anyone can say about the Oscars, remember it can be said again and again. As a reader (and writer), I know by now that there are 10 abiding Oscar stories. Here they are, all in a single article: The history...
What's in a name? If you're a Chicagoan and your surname is Capone, everything. There is perhaps no more notorious name associated with the city (except perhaps Gacy, or for a time, Bartman). Growing up, Deirdre Marie Capone lived what she calls a "shame-...
Susquehanna Lodge No 130 A.F. & A.M. from Havre de Grace held an open installation at the Mt. Ararat Lodge room in Bel Air last week. The Grand Officers of the Grand Lodge of Maryland lead by the Most Worshipful Grand Master Gerald E. Piepiora presided...
Irene C. Ford, 81, passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. Her family and pastor, Orville Theaker were present. Irene was born on Oct. 19, 1931, the daughter of Cluster and Lilly Simmons. Irene married John Ford on Dec. 5, 1947,...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Baptist, Christianity
This Wednesday, thanks to the good folks at the Northwest Chicago Film Society, a John Ford film that hasn't been shown in Chicago since 1927 returns to the big screen. This "lovable mutt" of a comedy, as described by the NCFS' Kyle Westphal, is called...
Blogging with Bill WhiteJust before we went to bed Monday night, I stepped from our powerless house onto the front porch to see whether the wind was dying down. I glanced right and saw evergreen branches sticking through the porch where they wouldn't......
"Lincoln" is a grave and surprisingly subtle magic trick, conjuring the past and an almost ridiculously impressive figure in ways that transcend art direction and the right stovepipe hat. Director Steven Spielberg's latest combines the most commonly...
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