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Four more deaths in Maryland have been linked to the summer's hot weather, Maryland health officials said Tuesday. The state's total for the year is now 25. Three deaths occurred in Baltimore between Aug. 2 and 8. Two — a man and a woman —...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgDel. John P. Donoghue is proposing to amend the definition of "abuse" at state mental-health institutions. Donoghue, D-Washington, said someone who works at the Potomac Center, a state-run center in Hagerstown for people with disabilities, was...
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Jacket CopyCast your vote: Should Baz Luhrmann make The Great Gatsby in 3-D?...
Show TrackerClick here to download TV listings for the week of Aug. 29 - Sept. 4 in PDF format This week's TV Movies Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here NOSEY GUY: Jack Nicholson, above, plays a private eye in......
Gold Derbyâ¢ Roger Friedman reports, "the combined ages of the Hollywood elite who celebrated Quentin Tarantinoâs 'Inglourious Basterds' for lunch on Wednesday was about a thousand. Famed B-movie director Roger Corman, 95-year-old legend Norman Lloyd (Dr....
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) Few American directors can be more romantic about the movies than Henry Jaglom, maker of "Deja Vu" and "Festival in Cannes" and an unabashed fan of Orson Welles and the glory days of the old Hollywood. But few can be more cynical...
AP Movie Critic1½ stars (out of four) The tormented souls from "The Grudge'' are still tormented, but they're taking their pain on a world tour in "The Grudge 2.'' That creepy, dead girl with the long, stringy black hair (Takako Fuji) and her little brother in his...
Times Staff WriterSeveral years ago, Todd Stephens wrote an affecting semi-autobiographical script for "Edge of Seventeen," in which a high school youth struggles to accept his homosexuality. Stephens set his story in his native Sandusky, Ohio, which is also where his...
Sun Movie CriticFor a little bug that becomes a national obsession every 17 years, the cicada hasn't left much of an impression on America's movie screens. That's assuredly strange, given Hollywood's predilection for jumping on any trend that comes within earshot and...
Sun StaffState health department inspectors will conduct a complete review of operations at the troubled Maryland General Hospital, looking beyond the laboratory problems that have been the recent focus of investigation. Federal officials requested the state take...
Sun StaffState inspectors have found evidence of more widespread problems with laboratory work conducted at Maryland General Hospital, including faulty tests for Legionella bacteria done for patients at a Northwest Baltimore nursing home. According to a complaint...
Sun StaffLawmakers who want to reform the way doctors are disciplined in Maryland are locked in a bitter battle with the powerful medical lobby. They say few Maryland doctors are disciplined because the standard of proof is too high and the board that conducts...
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